Not just because of skyrocketing premiums due to all of the federal mandates and taxes, but because most those who will enroll in any existing health care exchanges will be from those who were previously insured by their employer. Employers are being forced to dump health coverage for employees because Obamacare rules and costs discourage employers from insuring their employees.
It is cruelly ironic, but the massive law that was enacted to solve the problem of the uninsured in America is more likely to worsen it. This would be true even if the program is perfectly implemented and all the provisions come online on time and within budget.
How could this be? It is a multistep process. Stay with me for a second.
First, the simplest and most direct form of expanding coverage — Medicaid expansion — is likely to have very little effect…
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As we and so many other have said so many times, the left passes gun laws often not in an effort to restrain crime, but to use as a trap to ensnare gun owners, who the left see as their political enemies. Lawyers call such legislation “flypaper laws”.
Colorado Democrats have control of the state Senate, House and governor’s office. So this year, under pressure from the White House, they launched into a war on guns, adopting one regulation, restriction and rule after another.
It was following public hearings on a series of gun-control bills last month that Michael Bane, executive producer for the Outdoor Channel, sent an email to Republican state Sen. Steve King saying that after seeking the advice of legal counsel, his company was pulling all production out of Colorado.
“This morning I met with my three producers, and we made the decision that if…
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Pat Reavy and Sandra Yi report for Utah’s KSL.com, April 22, 2013, that Courtney Louise Jarrell, 22, a Riverton High School math teacher and coach of the sophomore girls’ basketball team, has been arrested and charged with raping a 17-year-old female student. Prosecutors say the rape happened at Jarrell’s house.
Riverton High School is a public high school in Riverton, Utah. It is also the largest high school in the state.
Jarrell was charged last Friday, April 19, in 3rd District Court with object rape, a first-degree felony, and forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony.
On the same day, Jarrell also submitted her resignation from the school, after having been placed on administrative leave since the allegations were brought up about a month ago. the Jordan School District said every employee is required to sign a moral conduct policy, to which the district strictly…
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