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from – Townhall.com – by Ken Blackwell Buried inside of the 20,000 pages of the Obamacare monstrosity are a few paragraphs which could create a multi-billion dollar industry in the American healthcare sector. Known as “biosimilars,”... Read More
Amac Member: Philip Davis Location: Virginia I have been served at the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, WV and the VA Community Medical Center in Harrisonburg, VA. My experience has been wonderful and completed at both locations. At the Harrisonburg,... Read More
AMAC Member: Terry Smith Location: California I find that the VA system in this area, what is known as the Inland Empire in Southern California, is very good. I admit that at times it seems like it takes a bit to receive an appointment, especially in some... Read More
I found the article by Andrew Mangione in the Spring 2014 AMAC Advantage magazine very informative, especially the mention of H.R. 3894 – Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act. However, when I checked on the status of the bill using the website... Read More
AMAC Member: Walter Bunyea Location: Virginia As an Iraq war veteran, I wish that all Veterans could get good private health care. Eliminate the very costly and ineffective VA bureaucracy. Don’t reward the VA with more money. Two far better... Read More
AMAC Member: David Haslock Location: Michigan I am a disabled vet and I have been getting total health care from VA since 1977 and their are three things that have got to change. First is a veteran should be able to go to nearest care (doctor & hospital)... Read More
Submitted by AMAC Member John H. Amstad - There is that ad about a doggie that says “If I could talk I’d tell you it hurts when you hit me”. I am a very old man and I can and do talk and I have been hit and I am hurting but nobody cares and “They”... Read More
Retired Air Force Captain Earl Morse discontinued his active military service in 1998, but elected to stay involved with our armed forces in a different capacity. As a trained physician’s assistant, Morris accepted a position at a Department of Veterans... Read More
Submitted by AMAC Member Brent Benton - There’s a fight brewing that you should know about. While many Americans today are concerned about losing our present liberties, this fight is about regaining a liberty lost more than 60 years ago. In the mid-1950’s... Read More
Submitted by AMAC Member C.K. - October 21, 2013 To campaign leaders and candidates: In the last several national elections I have given money to many Republican conservative causes and campaigns, including yours. I, and many of my friends have been very... Read More