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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...
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Senate Race 2014 – Voter’s Guide


As Americans across the country prepare to head to the voting booth on November 4th, it is important to know which candidates are willing to take a strong stand on the issues of importance to mature Americans and seniors. To help AMAC members navigate the...
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Do You See the Signs?


Lots of people don’t want to see the signs. They stick their head in the sand and ignore them, or sometimes they are just completely oblivious to the signs and don’t even see them, right in front of them. I believe that the signs are reality. When you...
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An Obamacare Mess You Likely Missed: Biosimilars

Obamacare Watchdog

from – – 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,”...
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Auto Purchase & Financing – Tips and Advice


From – If getting competitive auto financing is confusing to you, you are not alone.  Lots of people are intimidated by the prospect of going to a dealership and buying and car and getting it financed.  Then there’s negotiating price...
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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...
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Obamacare Website Won’t Reveal Insurance Costs for 2015 Until After Election

State of the Union Obamacare

‘States with key Senate races face double-digit premium hikes’ from – The Washington Times – by Valerie Richardson   Those planning to purchase health insurance on the Obamacare exchange will soon find out how much rates have...
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Obamaphones: Corporate Welfare Gone Mobile

pile of cellphones

from – – by Matthew Sabas A group of well-connected Obamaphone advocates have launched a campaign in Washington, D.C., determined to preserve the notoriously wasteful free phone handout, described by Senator McCaskill (D-MO)...
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This 12-Year-Old Invented A Robot That Could Help End Malaria

Cohen and his mentor throughout the competition, Delony Langer-Anderson. Photo courtesy 3M Young Scientist Challenge

from – Huffington Post – by Robbie Couch David Cohen understands that mosquitoes aren’t just pesky annoyances — they’re global killers, too. That’s why the 12-year-old from Dallas invented a robot that drowns the pests...
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Via Jedediah Bila at Breitbart News Even Ann Romney is tired of you talking about Mitt. The Los Angeles Times reports: On another matter that has been the subject of much political babbling lately — a potential third run for president by her husband — Ann...
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