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by Ohwiseone
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Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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BeRight

MSNBC reports on Tuesday of this week that "hundreds of thousands of Californians have signed up for health insurance using Covered California”.

The USA reports today that the number maybe closer to 59,000.

Almost 1 million Californians face policy cancellations due to ACA.

Posted 315 days ago.

BeRight

scrappile: they changed all my XM Sirius Satellite Stations and I cannot find Randi anymore. Did they move her or cut her.

Posted 315 days ago.

BeRight

I hate Glenn. He is crazy.

Posted 315 days ago.

moderation

greek- but you have never served, have you...?!

Posted 315 days ago.

thegreek

What do you all think of this? Called the Knockout Game. Is occurring all over the USA. COLUMBUS, Ohio - A man is recovering after being punched by a person who then ran off. Columbus resident Joey Pastore says he believes he was a victim of the “knockout game” and was on the losing end of it. Pastore said he was walking along N. High Street when he was attacked. “There’s people on High Street and there’s people behind me,” Pastore said. “It was just all of a sudden, there was this one spot where there was nobody.” He said that he was punched, and then a man ran away. Disoriented and at night, he said he was unable to get a good look at his attacker. “I kind of felt like someone to my right, and as soon as I turned to look, he just punched me as hard as he could and took off,” Pastore said. He said he was not robbed. “I had money on me, my iPod. I had headphones on me. I had my cell phone on me.”

Posted 316 days ago.

Kunectdots

Kendal78 - You said, "The Democrats will avoid Obama as the 2014 elections come along...".

As I remember, many of them avoided Obama preceding the 2010 midterms also. That didn't prevent the TEA Party onslaught from occurring.

With any logic, on the part of the voters, history WILL repeat itself in 2014.

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

I will let this rest at, stand your ground to protect self, family, is a right, but to track down and confront is not....the castle doctrine needed amending.., a man I knew in Maryland was charged with assault, after he confronted a man in one of his rentals, who pulled a gun on him, even though the perp was breaking and entering, the law said he whooped the perps ass, and should have retreated and called them...

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

“Castle Laws” Change Self-Defense Rights - Ohio State Bar ... *****://****ohiobar****/forpublic/.../lawyoucanuse/.../lawyoucanuse-333.a... Ohio law previously required the victim of a home invasion to retreat before using ... Ohio's “castle laws” presume you have acted in self defense or in defense of .

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

WOOHOO, Ohio passes stand your ground laws and expands/eases current concealed laws! ht tp://ww w.daytondailynews.co m/news/news/ohio-house-votes-today-on-stand-your-ground/nbytk........ALEC wins again, I wear hoodies, but eat M&M's, and drink Arizona green teas, so I should be OK.....

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

No, I work for Thom Hartmann, and Randi Rhodes, and I am a beat reporter for Ring of Fire, but why is it when we are shown examples of insurance industry wronging paying customers, we see political sides, when it IMO, is just wrong, of course if you have never been in these situations, one will not understand, care, or both...

Posted 316 days ago.

thegreek

Jury duty - yes I have been called a few times to serve on jury duty. Why?.

Posted 316 days ago.

BeRight

Like I said many times previously, pre-exisitng conditions could have been addressed on their own.

Posted 316 days ago.

BeRight

do you work for MSNBC?

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

Now, the liver transplant one hits real close to home, but I am pretty sure I can count on billy boy to name a few post offices, and fight every 1% war imaginable, repeal o-care, and in 20 years, fight for the insurance lobbyist campaign donations again....

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

So the next time you hear about someone whose individual coverage is being canceled because of the new health care law, consider that the new law is making this market work better for the vast majority of people who are either already in it or need to be in it because they have no other place to get covered. Got a question for our health insurance expert? Ask it here; be sure to include the state you live in. And if you can't get enough health insurance news here, follow me on Twitter @NancyMetcalf.

—Nancy Metcalf

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

nd the ones who were "lucky" enough to have this type of coverage didn't like it very much because it was more expensive and had more limited coverage than health plans available through an employer. Because of the new health care law people like these, who did nothing wrong except to have the bad luck to be stranded in the individual market, can now get health coverage at a price they can afford. Insurers can’t turn them down or exclude coverage of the treatments they need the most. They can’t slice and dice risk pools to drive longtime policyholders away. They can’t charge them more because of pre-existing conditions.

I’m not the only person to call attention to this. Jonathan Cohn, writing in the New Republic, points out that “The most egregious insurance company abuses—rescinding policies for people who get sick, failing to pay for services that beneficiaries assumed were covered—usually come from the non-group market.” 

Posted 316 days ago.

scrappile

The Georgia real estate agent whose group health plan was folding and who couldn’t find replacement insurance unless it excluded coverage of her $1,700-a-month rheumatoid arthritis medication, without which she would quickly become disabled. The Arizona small business owner who could only find insurance if it excluded coverage of anti-rejection drugs he was taking for a successful liver transplant he’d had years before. The Virginia early retiree who discovered he was uninsurable at any price because of his diabetes, despite the fact that he kept it under perfect control. The Indiana lawyer whose longtime insurance company, following standard industry practice, deliberately shrunk his plan’s risk pool to drive his premium up to more than $4,200—a month!—and him out of the plan. The article also featured the resuts of a survey we did, which found that 76 percent of uninsured respondents said they couldn't afford an individual plan. And the ones who were "lucky" enough to have

Posted 316 days ago.

BeRight

The fact that the President lied about if you like it you can't keep has not helped my opinion of the ACA either.

People now have cancelled policies and no insurance when they had policies that satisfied their needs before.

Posted 316 days ago.

BeRight

If you are not part of the subsidized pool, I have been reading that policy prices are going up since the ACA sets minimum standards for what the policy needs to cover. If the policy pricing remains the same, then the deductibles go up. Basically, you pay on the front end or the back end. Also, the ACA is health insurance reform , not healthcare reform. If you already don’t have a family doctor the first thing I would be doing now it to find one that is taking new patients.

Posted 316 days ago.

BeRight

Previously to the ACA, most children could stay on their parents policies as long as they were going to school, which included college. The ACA allows children to stay on their parents policies to 26 no matter what. Unfortunately, when they get kicked off the parents policy at 27 and are not part of any group plan from employment, they stand to pay the highest premiums out there and a time where they are making the least amount of money and while many are paying off student loans

Posted 316 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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