Category Archives: Healthcare

Utopia is Filthy

by Jack How filthy is San Francisco? An NBC Bay Area Investigation reveals a dangerous mix of drug needles, garbage, and feces throughout downtown San Francisco. The Investigative Unit surveyed 153 blocks of the city – the more than 20-mile … Continue reading

Posted in Healthcare, Homeless and Indigent | 6 Comments

Did CNN Suddenly Wake?

Posted by Tina Holy Guacamole! A rare thing happened today. CNN, a network that gave President Trump “93% negative coverage” in the first months of his presidency, acknowledged that President Trump has been a “keeper of promises”: A politician who … Continue reading

Posted in America's energy, Border Security, Business and Industry, Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Federal Budget, Finance, Foreign policy and affairs, Government Fraud and Corruption, Gun rights, Healthcare, Homeless and Indigent, Illegal immigration, Keystone, Media and Social Media, Military, National Security | 16 Comments

House Moves to End Obamacare “Death Panels”

Posted by Tina In a surprisingly bipartisan fashion the House of Representatives voted to repeal the death panel provision in Obamacare, according to The American Spectator: Late Thursday afternoon the House of Representatives voted 307-111 to repeal one of Obamacare’s … Continue reading

Posted in Healthcare, Legislation, politics | 1 Comment

Floating City Still in the Works

Posted by Tina Radical environmentalist and founder of Pay Pal, Peter Thiel, is one of the “brains” behind an idea to create a floating city in the Pacific. A few years ago they (Thiel and the Seasteading Institute ) thought … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Industry, Engineering and Technology, Global Warming/ Climate Change, Healthcare, Humanity, Liberty, Morals and Ethics, politics | Leave a comment

Heroin Use Way Up – Opioid Use Way Up Trump Calls it a Crisis

Posted by Jack “Drug overdose, as a category, is now the leading cause of accidental death in the U.S., with 52,404 lethal drug overdoses in 2015. Driving this epidemic is addiction to heroin and other opioids. Of the 20.5 million … Continue reading

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Health Insurance in California Due to Rise 12.5% – Covered California to Slap Extra Surcharge on High End Plans – President Trump to the Rescue?

Posted by Tina The California Health Insurance Exchange announced Wednesday that it has ordered insurers to add a 12.4% surcharge on silver-level health plans which will bring the increase in premiums on average to 25% in 2018 for those choosing … Continue reading

Posted in Healthcare, politics, Tax Policy | 6 Comments

Doctor: “United States medical system is approaching that of communism.”

Posted by Tina Obamacare has changed medicine in the United States. It has created a system of winners and losers. It has driven small insurers out of the marketplace and created huge monopolistic insurers that rely on government for subsidies. … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Healthcare, Liberty, Life, Western Values | 8 Comments

Are You Ready for “Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT)?

Posted by Tina Scientific medical breakthroughs are being made faster than most of us can keep up with them. We at PS will attempt to keep you informed when we can. A very exciting breakthrough by a Ohio State University … Continue reading

Posted in Engineering and Technology, Healthcare, Veterans Issues | 5 Comments

Obamacare Insurance Subsidy Illegal?

Posted by Tina The Affordable Care Act has not lived up to it’s name. The fact that the law has been expanded and enlarged through regulation and presidential fiat is a lesser known fact. The original bill was comprised of … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Healthcare, politics | 2 Comments

A Question of Moral Obligation

by Jack Do we, as a rich and enlightened society, have a moral obligation to do everything we can to help people with self-imposed heroin or opioid addictions? In the case of opioid addiction, it is estimated that about 40,000 … Continue reading

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