Hey, it makes perfect sense to me, why would you want to buy insurance before you actually need it? Besides, since someone else is paying a big chunk of the premium there is even more reason to wait. 314 more words
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We have cackles of hyenas. Businesses of meerkats. Murders of crows, exaltations of larks, and wakes of buzzards. We even have escargatoires of snails. 343 more words
This is what Republicans and others are fighting over and which the SCOTUS will decide.
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But the law—as written—offers subsidies only to people who buy plans “through an Exchange established by the State.” In other words, if you bought a plan through the federal exchange—and more than five million people did in 2014—you’re not eligible for the subsidy.
Here is one that comes under my “I told you so” scenarios.
Specifically, health care costs are rising again and increased utilization is the cause. In other words, to manage health care costs, requires ongoing management of health care, like it or not. 444 more words
Take the time to read the following. Scary, right? Those damn Republicans are at it again or as “Wilson” says those Teapublicans.
The fact is Congress has routinely moved money from the retirement trust to the disability trust because the disability trust happens to be running out of money faster than the retirement trust (2016 vs 2033). 631 more words
Well, this little project has taken a bit of my time lately: my first ever full-length show!
The Genuine Show! represents the debut of a new theater troupe called The Unknown Players, and they have honored me by producing an evening of seven short plays, including “The Duck” (see… 95 more words