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South Carolina’s GOP elected-officials force tax payers to pay extra for their dislike of Obamacare

Florida Governor Reverses Medicaid Stance

   Is this is an example of the saying, “cutting off your nose to spite your face”? The State of South Carolina despises the Affordable Healthcare Act (euphemistically called Obamacare) so much that it is willing to make tax payers pay an extra 30% of the cost of providing healthcare to its Medicaid eligible citizenry rather […]

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Report: Obamacare could have given 95% of all African Americans healthcare coverage

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A new HHS report indicates that had all states expanded Medicaid as allowed under Obamacare, 95% of all African Americans would’ve been covered for healthcare.

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Political Idioms for Dummies: 40 most common political phrases & terms of 2012

As we head into the November Presidential elections, I thought it would be a great idea to update a past very popular post I did in 2010 right before the mid term elections defining and attempting to explain the common phrases and terms used and uttered by political pundits. The average politically agnostic person who […]

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7 Deadly Words in Politics of 2011

I scribed an update to my 5 Dirty Words in politics post from last December 2010, that was originally published last week in Politic 365. Here it is: In politics there are certain words and terms that are as poisonous as they are real in their rhetorical usage. They can be used to damage a […]

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Section of the Healthcare Reform law considered burdensome to small businesses repealed this week.

While many were focused this week on Charlie Sheen, revolts in Libya and other Middle Eastern countries and the budget showdown, Congress was repealing various contentious pieces of Obama’s Healthcare overhaul. Yesterday, by a vote of 314 to 112, the House voted to repeal a section of the Affordable Care Act that would have required  […]

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5 Dirtiest Words in US Politics

I was just reading a blog posting about the White House Christmas tree having its own Twitter account to track its travels from Wyoming to DC and noticed one of the commenters going off on how the Facebook and Twitter account is a waste of Tax Payer dollars! Boy! Really? A Free account that is […]

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Political Idioms for Dummies: 25 Most Often Used Political Jargon of 2010

As we head into the mid-term elections, more people may be paying attention to the “political pundits” on the nightly news, listening to and watching campaign ads and tuning into broadcast and cable news shows that cover politics.  In the interest to gain more news and information about candidates up for office in their respective […]

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