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The New Hampshire Medicaid Mistake
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The New Hampshire Medicaid Mistake

New Hampshire is now ground zero in the fight to stop ObamaCare.

01/10/2014
ObamaCare: Forcing Families To Make Tough Choices
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ObamaCare: Forcing Families To Make Tough Choices

Her status update caught my eye, but only because I'm used to seeing this friend write about her role in the latest play at the community theatre, or post about something hilarious one of her kids said.  She doesn't post much of anything political, and I can't remember ever seeing her complain.  But this post was different. Kelly had just received a new premium quote to cover her family, which includes her husband and their five children. 

01/09/2014
Figure Skating with a Side of Obamacare Propaganda
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Figure Skating with a Side of Obamacare Propaganda

The Obama Administration is planning on a significant ad campaign for Obamacare during next month's winter olympics. You cannot escape their propaganda even while watching the luge.

01/08/2014
Less Work, Less Economic Growth – the Unintended Consequences of ObamaCare
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Less Work, Less Economic Growth – the Unintended Consequences of ObamaCare

Democracy and Power 106: Unintended Consequences The law of unintended consequences is what happens when a simple system tries to regulate a complex system.   The political system is simple; it operates with limited information (rational ignorance), short time horizons, low feedback, and poor and misaligned incentives.  Society, in contrast, is a complex, evolving, high-feedback, incentive-driven system.  When a simple system tries to regulate a complex system

01/07/2014
Medicaid Expansion: Making The Problem Worse
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Medicaid Expansion: Making The Problem Worse

Obamacare is struggling to survive its encounter with the real world. We were promised it would decrease the number of uninsured, lower health insurance prices, allow consumers to keep their policies and doctors, reduce Emergency Room usage, or reduce costs with preventive care.  None of those promises were ever true, and now they're being proven such. Even the expansion of the Medicaid program is proving counterproductive. All of that points to a simple truth.You can't legislate reality.

01/03/2014
Expect More of the Same From Obamacare in 2014
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Expect More of the Same From Obamacare in 2014

When the Obama Administration quietly announced a year delay in the Obamacare employer mandate on the eve of the 4th of July, it came as a big surprise. But knowing what we do now about the nonfunctional nature of the healthcare.gov backend, it's completely unsurprising that they delayed the employer mandate. In 2014, expect delays, waivers, and unconstitutional ad hoc changes to Obamacare and other laws to continue.  

12/31/2013
White House, Media Coordinating Positive Obamacare Stories
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White House, Media Coordinating Positive Obamacare Stories

Are journalists now working at the behest of the Obama administration when it comes to reporting on health care coverage?  According to a recent report by Politico, the White House is seeking to stem the tide of disastrous Obamacare reports, instead 'looking to spread some good news.'  And what better way to accomplish this than through an ever-obedient ally in the media?Here is the opening excerpt:

12/31/2013
2013 Year In Review
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2013 Year In Review

Every year since college, my best friend Dan and I have submitted our best observations on a wide range of topics that reflect on the year that has just expired. We follow the well established template of The McLaughlin Group program.Here are my reflections on 2013:BIGGEST WINNER OF THE YEAR: I can't even think of one, as 2013 has seen so many failures that have hurt so many Americans. The only one I can think of is David Ortiz of the Red Sox, who emphatically reclaimed the City of Boston for Bostonians.

12/27/2013
Obamacare Sign Up Deadline Delayed for the Holidays
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Obamacare Sign Up Deadline Delayed for the Holidays

In order to get young people to buy the Obamcare Exchange health insurance plans, the Obama Administration dictated to insurance companies a new deadline of December 24, Christmas Eve, for policies to be effective January 1. At the same time, over the weekend the President went through a botched PR rollout of his own, enrolling in the DC Exchange. These games will continue, and probably become worse, once the law is in full effect next week.

12/23/2013
Enjoy These Obamacarols at Your Family Christmas Gathering!
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Enjoy These Obamacarols at Your Family Christmas Gathering!

Are you all ready for Christmas? I know I have a couple things left to do, a little last-minute grocery shopping and such. You know how these things go.

12/23/2013

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