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Posts tagged “ObamaCare

“I” is for Irresponsible

IAt the start of its new fiscal year, October 1, 2013, the United States government shutdown affecting every government program, halting aid, services and forces closures and furloughs on government workers. The last time the government shutdown it was in the year 1995 and the conflict is eerily similar to what is taking place now.

The Republican Congress, led by Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, was concerned about funding for Medicare, education, the environment, and public health in Democratic President Bill Clinton’s 1996 federal budget. Clinton vetoed the spending bill the Republican Party-controlled Congress and the government shutdown for 21 days from November 14 through November 19, 1995 and from December 16, 1995 to January 6, 1996. (more…)

The Shifts and Changes of Thoughts

Sometimes thoughts and ideas change. Sometimes they grow and shift from one way to another; and sometimes they even shift their way back again. The way we think and what we believe comes as a result of a complex construction of your environment, upbringing, experiences, and practically everything else that you come into contact with in the world. As we grow older and build new memories with the various pieces of life that make us who we are, sometimes the thoughts we gathered in order to answer complex questions evolve and modify, and that’s completely okay.

You won’t ever know every single piece of knowledge that has ever been leaked out into the world because you are not every single person on the planet. One person can never walk in everyone shoes because they are just one single person, but you can definitely try your best. Even super geniuses and the most adventurous travelers can’t see or know it all. The flow of knowledge that comes into the world never ceases, and the range of different perspectives never stops accumulating. (more…)

ObamaCare Upheld And What It Means For You

Watch Philip DeFranco explain ObamaCare in a simple and easy to follow video…