Doctors and hospitals are chosing not to be involved because the reimbursement is both limited and not assured. Via Watchdog: President Obama has been claiming that people can keep their favorite doctors under the Affordable Care Act. But anyone who wants a premier hospital in California better do some homework before signing up. A survey […]
- Liberal state’s top hospitals don’t like Obamacare either (bizpacreview.com)
- Top California hospitals don’t like Obamacare either (watchdog.org)
- Covered California unplugs most top hospitals from patients – rich get Great hospitals – poor the rest (capoliticalnews.com)
- WaPo: No, you can’t keep your doctor or your hospital in ObamaCare (hotair.com)
- Top hospitals opt out of ObamaCare (deserteagletech.wordpress.com)
- Nation’s Top Hospitals Now Opting Out of Obamacare… (gopthedailydose.com)
What the hell did they expect? No one seems to be doing anything about it.
The media spreads outright lies and misinformation..
And people are getting sick and tired of this!!
SO really…what do they expect?
A spokesman for the liberal organization Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good (CACG) has posted on the group’s website a denunciation of what he states were “incendiary remarks about Pope Francis” by conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday.
Limbaugh said that Pope Francis was wrong in his apostolic exhortation released this week in which he appears to blame capitalism for the reason why people are poor in the world.
CACG’s Christopher Jolly Hale wrote on Wednesday:
Catholics of all political stripes are disturbed by Rush Limbaugh’s incendiary comments this afternoon about Pope Francis. To call the Holy Father a proponent of “pure marxism” is both mean spirited and naive. Francis’s critique of unrestrained capitalism is in line with the Church’s social teaching. His particular criticism of “trickle down economics” strengthens what Church authorities have said for decades: any economic…
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Indian nuclear scientists haven’t had an easy time of it over the past decade. Not only has the scientific community been plagued by “suicides,” unexplained deaths, and sabotage, but those incidents have gone mostly underreported in the country—diluting public interest and leaving the cases quickly cast off by police.
Last month, two high-ranking engineers—KK Josh and Abhish Shivam—on India’s first nuclear-powered submarine were found on railway tracks by workers. They were pulled from the line before a train could crush them, but were already dead. No marks were found on the bodies, so it was clear they hadn’t been hit by a moving train, and reports allege they were poisoned elsewhere before being placed on the tracks to make the deaths look either accidental or like a suicide. The media and the Ministry of Defence, however, described the incident as a routine accident and didn’t investigate any further.
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A Fort Myers, Fla., teen was arrested this week for attacking senior citizens.
Traveshia Blanks is charged with two counts of battery in the seemingly random and senseless attacks, according to WBBH-TV.
One 72-year-old victim told the news station he was weeding his garden Tuesday when he was kicked from behind. The victim fell to the ground and said he saw a woman walking away laughing, joining a group of people.
“I was in shock. Who would expect anything from out of the blue to happen like that. There’s no reason had I done something or said something,” the victim told WBBH.
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