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September 23, 2010

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HEALTH REFORM MILESTONE For years many Americans have lived with uncertainty about their health insurance: lifetime caps, recisions, coverage for life saving screenings. New provisions started September 23, the six month anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Health Care Act, which addresses some of the biggest concerns customers had about the failing health system. […]

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September 18, 2010

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DOUBTS ABOUT AFGHAN WAR GROWS A recent CNN poll showed  57 percent of Americans oppose the Afghanistan War, and amid recent setbacks, foreign policy makers, who once supported the war, are now talking about a way out. Our nine-year-old Afghan War has always had its critics. But now a number of former officials, who once […]

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September 10, 2010

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STOP GREAT SUCKING SOUND America has got to stop that “great sucking sound” as jobs go overseas which Ross Perot predicted would take place when he ran for president. And President Barack Obama wants  to close “billions of dollars in tax breaks that encourages companies to create jobs and profits in other countries.” But it […]

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September 5, 2010

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IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” How many times have we heard that? But when we consider the country’s financial plight, that’s a cliche that is right on the money, literally. The economy is the number one issue before voters this November. So was it the number […]