Wyoming Liberty Group
The Wyoming gubernatorial race is heating up. On Friday Wyoming Public Media published interviews with Mead and his Democrat opponent, Peter Gosar, focusing primarily on the Wyoming economy. Both candidates noted that the Wyoming economy needs more industrial diversity, with Gosar explaining that “if something is lagging, then something is leading”.
I recently reported that some old, ugly and perverted forms of medicine are on their way back into our health care system. While health care as we know it is entirely devoted to curing people and saving their lives, there is a dark side to medicine that has been used for much more sinister purposes. Under Nazi Germany one of those practices, called eugenics, was elevated to the same level as normal health care, with the purpose of cleansing the German population from individuals whose lives, according to government, were unworthy of living.
Yesterday, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit vacated the opinion in Halbig v. Burwell and agreed to hear the case en banc. This means that the entire D.C. Circuit (or a large number of its judges) will hear and decide the case instead of just the three judges on the original appellate panel.
In 2012 the Supreme Court ruled that the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - was constitutional. This was not surprising: after all, since the 1930s the federal government has mandated that Americans buy retirement benefits through Social Security.
Regina Meena talks with Gary Freeman on KGAB about why we need to ask that tough question: should employers continue to offer health insurance in place of salary? July 3, 2014 – KGAB.
Much has been said about ObamaCare enrollment numbers since the April deadline. Unfortunately, they are not valid. Regina explains why that is during her KGAB interview with Gary Freeman. May 23, 2014 – KGAB.
It is true. People can get insurance coverage when they need it. April 25, 2014 – KGAB.