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  • NOW WE KNOW… Obamacare Architect Ezekiel Emanuel: “The Individual Market Is Going Away” (Video)

    11/03/2013 9:28:52 AM PST · by Nachum · 147 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 11/3/13 | Jim Hoft
    Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanuel, a former adviser to the Obama White House, admitted today that, if Democrats have their way, the individual insurance market is going away. “Insurance companies don’t want, insurance companies don’t want the individual market as it’s constructed. They see the future. That individual market is going away. They don’t want to invest in it.” That was their plan all along. Via FOX News Sunday:
  • Mark Levin Show: Death Panels Will Be A Reality With Obamacare [Youtube video]

    11/23/2011 8:21:54 PM PST · by No One Special · 155 replies
    Youtube ^ | November 22, 2011 | Mark Levin Show via Youtube
    A neurosurgeon, vetted by Levin's staff, calls Mark and talks about what he knows about Obamacare Death Panels. From 11/22/11
  • ‘Dr. Death’ Kevorkian passes at 83

    06/04/2011 3:43:04 PM PDT · by NYer · 54 replies
    Life Site News ^ | June 3, 2011 | PATRICK B. CRAINE
    DETROIT, Michigan, June 3, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Dr. Jack Kevorkian, known by many as “Dr. Death” for his role in helping over 100 people commit suicide, died early Friday morning in Detroit. Kevorkian’s lawyer, Mayer Morganroth, told the Detroit Free Press that the infamous euthanasiast appears to have suffered a pulmonary thrombosis after a blood clot in his leg broke free and became lodged in his heart. He had been hospitalized at Detroit’s Beaumont Hospital about two weeks ago with kidney and heart problems. Kevorkian, who killed or assisted in the death of about 130 people, was released in...
  • The Wisconsin Protests and the New Medical Ethics

    02/21/2011 9:57:28 AM PST · by Kaslin · 2 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | February 21, 2011 | Paul Hsieh
    The breaches of professional ethics displayed in Wisconsin may be an ominous foretaste of future problems Americans can expect under ObamaCare. During the recent Wisconsin protests pitting the public-sector teachers’ union against a governor attempting to rein in their overly generous benefits, several doctors were caught on camera apparently handing out fake work excuses to the protesters. Although this might seem an outrageous breach of professional ethics, it is actually entirely consistent with the new brand of “progressive” medical ethics currently taught to medical students. And these apparent breaches of professional ethics displayed in Wisconsin may be an ominous foretaste...
  • McDonald's May Drop Health Plan (but Obama said you could keep your plan!)

    McDonald's Corp. has warned federal regulators that it could drop its health insurance plan for nearly 30,000 hourly restaurant workers unless regulators waive a new requirement of the U.S. health overhaul. The move is one of the clearest indications that new rules may disrupt workers' health plans as the law ripples through the real world. Trade groups representing restaurants and retailers say low-wage employers might halt their coverage if the government doesn't loosen a requirement for "mini-med" plans, which offer limited benefits to some 1.4 million Americans.
  • Bernanke Wrongly Calls "Bizarre" Allegations Cited by Ron Paul

    03/08/2010 4:23:31 AM PST · by IbJensen · 8 replies · 2,210+ views
    The New American ^ | 3/6/2010 | Charles Scalager
    On February 24, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas), at a hearing held by the House Financial Services Committee, asked Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke whether he was aware of allegations that the Federal Reserve had been complicit in the Watergate cover-up and in the illegal funneling of billions of dollars in loans to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein: "It has been reported in the past that during the 1980s that the Fed actually facilitated a $5.5-billion loan to Saddam Hussein. And he then bought weapons from our military-industrial complex. And also that is when he invested in a nuclear reactor.... "Also there's been...
  • Ron Paul: “I don’t believe for a minute that the religion of Islam is our enemy.”

    As if we needed anymore proof of Ron Paul’s anti-American treachery — and no, I am not speaking of his inclusion in the Democrats’ list of favorite Republicans (though it’s also quite telling), — he’s finally waded into the Ground Zero mosque controversy where — unsurprisingly — he’s chalked it all up to yet another conspiracy theory, fomented by those war-lovin’ neo-cons: “I think it’s a big distraction, a grand distraction from the real issues… To me it should have been a grand opportunity, and you really touched on the opportunity, because it’s really a property rights issue, and who...
  • Palin goes on attack after Emanuel's 'Complete Lives System'

    08/14/2009 6:51:27 AM PDT · by the invisib1e hand · 117 replies · 3,951+ views
    The Hill's Blog Briefing ^ | 08/14/2009 | Michael O'Brien
    @ 8:23 am by Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) praised a Senate committee's decision to drop an end-of-life provision from its healthcare reform bill, but continued to pound away at the overall bill — especially a proposal by Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel. "It's gratifying that the voice of the people is getting through to Congress," Palin said in a new note on her Facebook page posted early Friday morning of the Senate Finance Committee's decision to drop end-of-life consultations from its health bill. (The Alaska politician had derided those consultations as "death panels" seeking to aid the euthanasia of...
  • Fugitive Nazi lived as 'pious Muslim' at Cairo hotel

    02/05/2009 3:35:48 AM PST · by Loyalist · 12 replies · 846+ views
    AFP ^ | February 5, 2009
    CAIRO (AFP) — One of the most wanted Nazi war criminals, Aribert Heim or "Doctor Death," lived for years as a quiet, pious Muslim in a small hotel on the edge of Islamic Cairo, where he was known as Doctor Tarek. Concealed in the labyrinthine streets of the largest city in Africa and the Middle East, the man wanted for killing hundreds of concentration camp victims with horrific medical experiments found refuge until his death in 1992.
  • Getting Beyond Roe: Why returning abortion to the states is a good idea

    08/12/2007 5:48:50 PM PDT · by Delacon · 63 replies · 992+ views
    Reason Magazine ^ | August 8th, 2007 | Radley Balko
    In 1985 a prominent liberal legal figure argued that Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that established a constitutional right to an abortion, was a “heavy-handed judicial intervention” that “was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict.” The writer was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, now an associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court—and also now a strong supporter of Roe. Ginsburg isn’t the only backer of abortion rights to have taken issue with the 1973 decision. In 1995, for example, the University of Chicago’s Cass Sunstein, a superstar among liberal law professors, wrote in the Harvard...
  • Jack Kevorkian Released From Prison After Killing Patient in Euthanasia

    06/02/2007 12:17:49 AM PDT · by monomaniac · 24 replies · 1,258+ views
    LifeNews.com ^ | June 1, 2007 | Steven Ertelt
    Lansing, MI (LifeNews.com) -- Assisted suicide crusader Jack Kevorkian was released from prison today after serving eight years of a 10 to 25 year prison sentence he received for killing a patient. Kevorkian was sent to prison in 1999 after showing a videotape on CBS News of him euthanizing Thomas Youk, who had Lou Gehrig's disease. He smiled to a group of reporters as he walked out of the correctional facility. “It's wonderful,” he said of his release. “It's one of the high points of life.” However, the former pathologist didn't say much as his lawyer, Meyer Morganroth, whisked him...
  • Assisted suicide advocate to be paroled in June (Kevorkian)

    12/16/2006 3:36:48 PM PST · by Salman · 7 replies · 575+ views
    AP via CNN ^ | December 13, 2006 | AP
    LANSING, Michigan (AP) -- After more than eight years in prison, a frail Dr. Jack Kevorkian will be paroled in June with a promise that he won't assist in any more suicides, a prison spokesman said Wednesday. Leo Lalonde, the corrections spokesman, would not provide further details. Kevorkian, once the nation's most vocal advocate of assisted suicide for the terminally ill, is serving a 10- to 25-year sentence for second-degree murder in the 1998 poisoning of Thomas Youk, 52, an Oakland County man with Lou Gehrig's disease. Michigan banned assisted suicide in 1998. Youk's death was videotaped and shown on...
  • Kevorkian to Be Paroled in June

    12/13/2006 12:27:39 PM PST · by Lunatic Fringe · 282 replies · 2,629+ views
    AP ^ | 12/13/06 | KATHY BARKS HOFFMAN
    LANSING, Mich. (AP) Michigan officials say assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian will be paroled in June.
  • Dutch Set to Expand Euthanasia Guidelines

    The Dutch government intends to expand its current euthanasia policy, setting guidelines for when doctors may end the lives of terminally ill newborns with the parents' consent, The Associated Press has learned. A letter outlining the new directives was expected to be submitted to parliament for discussion by mid-October, but the new policy will not require a change of law, Dutch Health Ministry spokeswoman Annette Dijkstra said Thursday. The new guidelines are likely to spark an outcry from the Vatican, right-to-life proponents and some advocacy groups for the handicapped who abhor the current policy that allows adult euthanasia if the...
  • La Quinta Conducts Investigation, Orders Abortion Doctor To Leave Property

    02/02/2005 3:27:08 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 6 replies · 865+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | February 2, 2005 | Jimmy Moore
    WICHITA, KS (Talon News) -- Pro-life action group Operation Rescue said on Tuesday that a representative from the La Quinta Inns corporate offices conducted an internal investigation into allegations that one of their hotels in Wichita, Kansas was being used by an abortion doctor. As previously reported by Talon News, Operation Rescue had called on its supporters to boycott the national hotel chain La Quinta Inn in protest of one of their locations being used by a nearby abortion clinic to provide medical services to pregnant women who were in town to have an abortion. La Quinta Inn has denied...