You Tube’s Trump Predicament
Most of the change we think we see in life is due to truths being in and out of favor. – Robert Frost The Black Cottage It must have been a bit of a downer for the trump. It came just three days before his acquittal of charges of misconduct that had been brought in the House and were being tried in the Senate where his acquittal by jellyfish-like Republicans in the United States Senate was assured. It came just the day before he was to make his “trumpfant” State of the Union speech in which he would brag about his accomplishments and non-accomplishments with equal ease. It came jus
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Mike Bloomberg in 2010 called Obamacare legislation 'a disgrace'
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Senate Democrats pressure Trump to drop ObamaCare lawsuit
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NPR and the Escalating Attack on Single-Payer Health Care
Photograph Source: Todd Huffman - CC BY 2.0 National Public Radio’s Mara Liasson this weekend entered a new term into the corporate liberal establishment’s attack on single payer healthcare. Mandatory Medicare for All. As in — do you want Bernie Sanders’ Mandatory Medicare for All — or Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s Voluntary Medicare for Those Who Want It? It was the first time that the term “Mandatory Medicare for All” popped into the mainstream debate over single payer national health insurance. On NPR’s Weekend Edition broadcast , Liasson reported that Buttigieg “has been pushing back a
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Trump economy: Dems claim 'Obama built it'
The "expert" predictions of economic disaster should Donald Trump win the 2016 election did not occur. Under Trump, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq composite have reached historical highs while unemployment for blacks and Hispanics have hit historical lows. In the wake of Trump's undeniable economic success, what is the 2020 Democratic Party argument for why voters should back their candidate over Trump? The morning after Trump's election, Paul Krugman, economics professor and columnist for The New York Times, wrote: "Now comes the mother of all adverse effects – and what it bring
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Nevada Union Targets Sanders, Warren Over Socialized Medicine
Nevada’s most powerful union is attacking Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) over his support for Medicare for All, as the Vermont socialist attempts to build off of his victory in the New Hampshire primary. The Culinary Union, the state's largest union and a key driver of the Democrats' 2016 victories in Nevada, is warning over 50,000 hospitality workers that the Medicare for All plans backed by Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) will " end culinary health care " benefits. Those health plans were hard-won for union members who staged strikes and work stoppages to wring concessions from
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Abortionists sue to have abortion costs hidden in health insurance bills
(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) -- Planned Parenthood of Maryland and the American Civil Liberties Union are suing the Trump administration over a rule that will require some health insurers to send their customers separate premium bills to cover abortion. The finalized rule, slated to go into effect June, requires insurers in the Obamacare marketplace to send separate bills to enrollees, one for abortion coverage and one for all other healthcare costs. Attorneys with the ACLU and Planned Parenthood Federation of America argue that high administrative costs for insurers will cause them to drop abortion
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