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Obamacare is Still a Major Mid-term Election Issue, says AMAC


‘There’s been wishful thinking that Obamacare would lose steam, but it remains topic A at the local level’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 17 – There are claims that the delay this year of the open enrollment period for Obamacare is a political ploy... Read More

Ebola: Do the Math, Mr. President


By – Robert B. Charles Big facts and basic math, tell the whole story. We have only begun to see the potential effects of Ebola nationwide. We still have a chance to get this right, but the President needs to get active. Big fact one: A 2-in-75... Read More

We Can’t Afford the $2 Trillion Price Tag of Government Regulations, says AMAC

Debt Rising

‘In recent years regulations have also been used to promote social policies’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 10 – The federal government takes its toll in taxes but there are insidious and intrusive hidden regulatory costs that eat into our household... Read More

Mr. Obama, Mr. Erdogan: Save Kobani


from – The Washington Times – by Robert Charles Just over a week ago, I sat in a room with President Erdogan of Turkey. He spoke to a small group. He was asked: How did the 49 Turkish hostages suddenly get released by ISIS? His answer was coy,... Read More

Making Energy Less Affordable for Seniors


‘Obama’s attack on coal raises the cost of staying warm’ By – Dan Weber If the Obama White House had a secret plan to emasculate America by making the country more dependent on foreign oil and federal bureaucracy, and if the... Read More

Obama Added Over $1 Trillion in Red Ink in Fiscal 2014


By – Mike Fuljenz The federal government’s fiscal year ended last week, on September 30.  The accounting is dismal.  Even though 2014 has been a booming year in the economy, with rapidly rising (+8.5%) tax collections, the total federal debt... Read More

Obamacare Targets the Elderly and Women, says AMAC


‘Its Medicare home healthcare cuts deny care for elderly women and decimate an industry dominated by women’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 3 – Obamacare diverts $22 billion earmarked for Medicare home health care for seniors in order to pay for the costs... Read More

Senior Group Kicks Off the AMAC Small Business Solutions Initiative


‘Older Americans start new businesses at a higher rate than their youthful counterparts’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 26 – The Association of Mature American Citizens today announced the creation of a new small business initiative— a sister company... Read More

Year Two is Fast Approaching for Obamacare and Glitches Abound, says AMAC


‘Enrollees can expect new obstacles; many will need to go back to square one’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 19 – Documentation woes plague Obamacare as the Affordable Care Act prepares to begin its second year. “More than 100,000 enrollees will lose... Read More

OldSpeak to NewSpeak?


by Diana Erbio - Do people under 26 even know what communism, Marxism, socialism, fascism and capitalism mean anymore? It seems that the true meaning of these words has been obscured. These words are steadily being transformed into nothing more than slurs. If... Read More

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