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Maybe it is Better that Transparency is Lacking with ObamaCare

  In the 2008 campaign, it was often that the The Obama Administration would be the most transparent in history. That is hardly an original campaign promise.  It is thought to think of a politician running for office who states the opposite.  But The Obama Administration is acting just the opposite. This is especially so with The Affordable Care Act, ...
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Wal-Mart Steps Up Where ObamaCare Navigators Fall!

Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) is the world’s largest retail company. It is coming in where The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, is performing poorly.  Wal-Mart is now working with DirectHealth.com to allow for consumers to shop for the best health insurance deal.  This is a great service to the American people from a great American company.   Due to the failure ...
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Pennsylvania Did Not Get Memo about Falling ObamaCare Costs

    There have been many articles out about prices not rising under The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare Act. Those assertions have been contradicted by the bills arriving higher insurance premiums in the mailboxes of many Americans, with seniors in Pennsylvania being hit especially hard to the point of being “shocked.” “I was shocked,” replied Charles Stull, a 74-year-old ...
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Not Even Re-Enrollment in ObamaCare is Easy

  It certainly seems as if nothing is ever easy, or inexpensive, with The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. The rollout last year of HealthCare.Gov, the Federal Government health insurance exchange, was a disaster.  It was also expensive.  Total costs or it are now over $2.1 billion, more than twice that estimated by The Obama Administration. Now it looks like ...
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“Runaway Obamacare Spending Will Cost Democrats”

  Sometimes the Big Headline says it all! “Runaway Obamacare Spending will Cost Democrats” is one such headline, gracing a piece by Lanhee Chen for BloombergView, the opinion section of Bloomberg News.  Among other titles, Bloomberg LP publishes Bloomberg Businessweek.  Lanhee Chen is a columnist for Bloomberg View, in addition to being a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.  He ...
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First Year Cost of ObamaCare Projected to be $100 Billion!

  Bloomberg Government has stepped in where the United States Government is falling short when it comes to accounting for the costs of The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. Bloomberg Government recently reported that the cost of HealthCare.Gov, the Federal Government website for The Affordable Care Act, was $2.1 billion.  That was well over twice what The Obama Administration reported ...
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Apparently $2.1 Billion is Not Enough!

  Bloomberg Government released a study that reported that $2.1 billion in funds from the American taxpayer had been spent on HealthCare.Gov, the Federal website for The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. That is more than twice what The Obama Administration claims has been spent. Apparently, that has not been enough.  The Obama Administration is now giving Web MD nearly ...
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$2.1 Billion for ObamaCare Website that Still Does not Work!

  The most recent estimate for HealthCare.Gov, the website for The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, is now $2.1 billion. That is based on analysis of documents by Bloomberg Government. Needless to say, that is much higher than the figure given out by The Obama Administration.  The most recent estimate for the cost of HealthCare.Gov from The Obama Administration is ...
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Could HealthCare.Gov Damage the iPhone 6?

  Despite hundreds of millions spent on HealthCare.Gov, the Federal Government website for The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, there are still many concerns about its shortcomings.  A major one is the claims of incomes by many that could end up in subsidies going to those who do not deserve it.  That would be a huge waste of taxpayer money. ...
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Income Data Unresolved as New Enrollment Period Approaches

  In general, previous matters should be resolved before a new initiative is launched. That is especially true when it is dealing with the public’s money.  The American taxpayer dollar should always be husbanded and protected. It should be the commitment from all who serve the public. But that has certainly not turned out to be the case with The ...
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