As a combat veteran and fellow purple heart recipient it was quite difficult to not root for the late Senator John Sidney McCain III. McCain had a military record to be admired and served in public office for nearly four decades. He was an independent man, a maverick, and did what he felt was right and just. He selflessly served this country and its citizens up until his last days.
It is hard to deny that men are obsessed with women’s vaginas, more specifically the things coming in or out of them.
What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don’t know but the flag is a huge plus. This classic joke is not only funny it’s a huge statement that says more about their healthcare than ours.
With all of the news coming out of the White House on an almost-hourly basis, it’s almost too easy to miss the few crucial pieces of news that will hold the most impact on everyday life.
Donald Trump continues to show that he really does not care about the people who voted for him.
Every President of the United States has had some sort of legacy that marked their time in office. For Lincoln, it was the Emancipation Proclamation. For Roosevelt, there was the New Deal and victory in World War II. And for Kennedy, it was the country’s first space exploration. Will Obamacare be the legacy that defines the sitting president’s administration? The Supreme Court will make a decision this week with the King v. Burwell case.
It is not only fair, but also morally just to aid those in our nation in whatever way necessary. In a universal health care plan, everyone should be included.
As the U.S. is in its second week of a partial federal government shutdown, many are placing the blame on the Republican-run House of Representatives.
The media would have you believe that the shutdown was the Republicans’ fault because they don’t like Obamacare. But that is not the case.
October 1 marked the first time Americans were able to shop for private insurance in health insurance marketplaces under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.