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Medicaid Spending Will Be More Than Advertised

Medicaid Spending Will Be More Than Advertised

According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, spending on Medicaid, the jointly funded state-federal welfare program that provides health benefits to low-income people, increased 6.7 percent in 2013 to $449.5 billion. And it will keep growing at a fast rate:

Total Medicaid ...

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America's Greatest Enemy: Public Education

MINOT, ND -- The public education system in the United States, by any measure, is a colossal failure. It has been successful, however, in one respect: it has masterfully indoctrinated two generations of Americans and fundamentally changed the traditions and values that made America great, safe, ...

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Computer Models Tell Us That This Ebola Pandemic Could Soon Kill Millions

Computer Models Tell Us That This Ebola Pandemic Could Soon Kill Millions

We could potentially be on the verge of the greatest health crisis that any of us have ever seen.  The number of Ebola cases in Africa has approximately doubled over the past three weeks, and scientific computer models tell us that this Ebola pandemic could ultimately end up killing millions ...

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Judicial Watch Uncovers HHS Documents Detailing “High Risk” Security Problems with Obamacare Internet Site

Less than one month before Healthcare.gov rollout, top Obama administration official highlights risks of malicious code being uploaded into the system through Excel macros; other “high risk” findings

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 94 pages of documentsobtained from the U.S. ...

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For Sale Cheap: Your Private Medical Information

Have you ever gone to a party and had the urge to peek inside your host’s medicine cabinet? (Neither have I!) Imagine what could be of interest in there. For those nosy souls who are tempted, you don’t even have to attend a party! It’s all for sale online. Bloomberg published an articleabout how ...

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No More Places To Put Ebola Patients In Liberia But Cases Are Growing Exponentially

No More Places To Put Ebola Patients In Liberia But Cases Are Growing Exponentially

There is not a single empty bed available for an Ebola patient in Liberia right now, but thousands more cases are expected in the coming weeks.  Entire families have been driving around in taxis looking for some place that will take their sick family members, but every treatment facility is ...

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Education: Too Much Sugar in the Gas Tank

Education: Too Much Sugar in the Gas Tank

Sugar is sweet and fun to eat. But too much of it will kill you, just as having sugar in the gas tank will damage your car.

We see the same contradiction in education.  All new ideas are sold to the public as tasty treats and nutritious as well. In fact, they invariably turn out to be ...

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Costs of Government Administration of Health Care to Almost Double in Ten Years

Costs of Government Administration of Health Care to Almost Double in Ten Years

This week’s report by staff of the Office of the Actuary of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services concluded that the last few years of muted increases in health spending will soon be ending. Health spending will resume its upward march:

The combined effects of the Affordable Care Act’s ...

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Scientist Projects 100,000 Cases of Ebola Within Months

Scientist Projects 100,000 Cases of Ebola Within Months

This article first appeared at Examiner.com

A recent reportin Science magazine has made the scary prediction that as many as 100,000 people worldwide could be infected with the Ebola virus in the coming months. Northeastern Universty physicist Allesandro Vespignani hopes his prediction does not ...

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