Category: National

Trump Protesters Professional Patsies

Trump Protesters Professional Patsies

From the snowflake college students who need a safe space to protect them from anyone who might be cruel enough to disagree with their progressive programming, to the America last crowd at the DNC, what we are witnessing is an organized effort to over throw the government of the United States, one protest–I mean demonstration–I mean riot at a time.

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Barronelle Stutzman

A Lament for the Tragic State of the Fraudulent Christian

The penalty for practicing medicine without a license can often range anywhere between one to eight years in prison, depending upon the severity of the offense. The penalty for impersonating a Christian? God will make the final ruling on that one…

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Why are Republicans still subsidizing private health insurance?

Why are Republicans still subsidizing private health insurance?

It raises an obvious question: If the Republican legislative plan to repeal Obamacare is a “market-based” approach to health care that will bring down costs, why do private insurance policies need to be subsidized?

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The Selective Prosecution of the FBI

The Selective Prosecution of the FBI

Let me just preface this article by saying that I am in no way advocating one crime over another, as any attempt to justify any sort of crime is absolutely ridiculous. The history of my ministry is that I condemn crime, and I always will regardless of who commits it, period. However, I have to ask, what is wrong with people that tolerate the likes of Madonna, who incites a people through her words to “Blow up the White House” yet, go unpunished? Where was the FBI?

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Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

“We promised the American people we would drain the swamp and end business as usual in Washington,” said Utah Sen. Mike Lee. “This bill does not do that.” Worse yet, over the last three major national elections beginning in 2010, Republicans have won congressional races across the country based on the promise to repeal Obamacare with a market-based, non-government-run solution.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 3-9

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 3-9

This week’s good, bad and ugly all center around the potential repeal of ObamaCare, and what it would be replaced with if “Republicans” in Washington actually find the anatomy to do anything at all.

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Barronelle Stutzman

Homosexual Hersey Battling A Flower Shop in Washington

Barronelle Stutzman the owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington was ruled against by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2013, a multi-year repeat customer asked her to provide the floral arrangements for his upcoming homosexual un-wedding ceremony. Mrs. Stutzman politely refused, explaining it would violate her religious beliefs on marriage.

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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Democrats Offer Mud Instead of Substantive Agenda

The Democratic Party has been very thoroughly defeated. Now it’s time to return the nation, as stated by President Trump, “back to the people.” And those on the left are in panic. Cut regulations and taxes? Get intrusive government out of the way and let our economy grow? Let businesses operate freely?

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Partial ObamaCare Repeal Doesn’t Cut It

Partial ObamaCare Repeal Doesn’t Cut It

In 2016, Republicans in Congress set the floor for what a repeal of Obamacare would look like in H.R. 3762, legislation that former President Barack Obama vetoed that included ending Medicaid expansion, premium subsidies, cost-sharing subsidies, the individual and employer mandates, reinsurance, risk corridors and risk-adjustment, and the taxes and spending from the health care law.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – No Record Found

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – No Record Found

With our client in the office, I phoned Medicare. To our surprise, the medical biller never filed one of the claims with Medicare. The medical biller was telling the senior citizen to pay $433.50 without first filing the claim with Medicare. That’s a violation of Medicare rules.

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