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Health Insurance CEO: Obamacare Customers Must Break ‘Choice Habit’

 
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Health Insurance CEO: Obamacare Customers Must Break ‘Choice Habit’

The head of a major health insurance company has admitted what conservatives have been saying for years:  Obamacare will ultimately limit patient choice. From The Daily Caller : “We have to break people away from the choice habit that everyone has,” Marcus Merz, CEO of Minnesota insurer PreferredOne, told The New York Times Tuesday. “We’re all […]


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How government makes your beer 44 percent more expensive

Bonnie Kristian has a great article over at Rare about how government regulation not only increases the cost of beer, but stifles competition in the marketplace: The last six-pack of beer I bought ran me about $11. It was a craft Altbier from Wisconsin, and it was lovely. It was also 44% more expensive than it needed to […]


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Movie Review: Fed Up

This weekend I saw the new movie Fed Up, a documentary focusing on the obesity epidemic in the United States. As expected, it implied that the federal government needs to take a greater role in regulating the food industry. But much to my surprise, the documentary also was critical of government-funded agriculture subsidies and the way […]


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Obamacare contractor pays workers to do nothing

An investigative report out of KMOV shows that Serco, which has a federal contract worth upwards of $1.2 Billion, is paying workers to do nothing. According to a current employee, “the main thing is that the Data Entry side does not have hardly any work to do. They’re told to sit at their computers and hit […]


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Destructive and Devastating Sequester cost one federal job

Remember the sequester and how it was going to cause destruction and devastation/ destroy America? Well it cost a total of one federal job. From Reason: As then White House flack and now-CNN Crossfire host Stephanie Cutter defined sequestration last spring, it amounted to a “series of automatic and destructive budgets cuts that you and your neighbors […]


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