Trumpcare to take place of ObamaCare
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Trumpcare: Who really benefits from this new healthcare system?

A few days ago, the House of Representatives took the first step to installing a new health care system. Passing what they are calling Trumpcare. This is the new health care system to replace the Affordable Care Act or also known as Obamacare. The next step is to present the bill to the Senate. I am fortunate to have healthcare and this will not affect me at all. However, I
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Opinion: Are We Living In A Free-Falling Society?

Written by LaShawn Encarnacion aka The Dark Knight of Sports The Roman Empire, the Greek Empire, the Ottoman Empire, the Russian Empire, the Nazi Empire. All of these societies were once dominant but during their reigns, all fell susceptible to uprising from within their own governments, causing their society to become a free-falling society and eventually overthrown. Bad decisions, bad leadership, people not caring about what's best for their country
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Medicare falling apart

Written by LaShawn Encarnacion aka The Dark Knight of Sports It is no secret that Obamacare has given uninsured people a chance for receiving healthcare. But the institution of this new policy, there would be consequences for others, those reliant on Medicare to be exact. Cuts over the last several years to the point of medical negligent behavior because of "red tape" hurdles put in front of providers reinforces the
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Politics: ObamaCare In Jeopardy After GOP Judge’s Ruling

[caption id="attachment_28405" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 20, 2014 - Source: Mark Wilson/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Thanks to two Appeals Court rulings Tuesday, President Barack Obama's health care law--ObamaCare--ran into another road block. According to White House spokesman, Josh Earnest, millions of consumers will keep getting financial aid for their premiums, which would add up to billions of dollars in total, as the Obama administration appeals the one decision. The first ruling,