Understanding Health Care in Other Countries

Interesting article about health care in other countries, looking to dispel (or reinforce) beliefs Americans have about them. I really like the part about the American system being a horrible hybrid of medical coverage, and our high administrative costs. We are private, quasi-socialized, and exclusionary all in the same system. And in amusing deference to Sarah Palin, we already have death panels in place in our system, whose jobs exist to deny health care to people in order to keep their jobs and make their boards money.

5 Myths About Health Care Around the World

By T.R. Reid

Children of Liberty - Health care and patients rights

We are hosting a screening of "End of Patients' Rights" produced by Conservatives for Patients' rights. This video shows what the ramifcations have been on England and Canada and what we can expect if we have a change of course. This will help you let people know WHY this legilation should be opposed and help with talking points. In addition to the video,

Kaptur proposes chunnel to Canada. Newspaper calls it "Wacky"

Marcy must have been thrown off since she called the Fed counterfeiters last week and banks raping citizens a couple months ago. She apparently is proposing a tunnel to Canada in a meeting in the eastern part of the district. The Lorain Morning Journal is calling Marcy's idea for a tunnel to Canada wacky although they are giving her credit for brainstroming jobs.

I have a serious question about the Big Three bailout.

Let me prefece the question with some  background.

1) The taxpayers of the United States of America are being asked to loan billions of dollars to the Big Three auto makers.

2) Two of The Big Three say they will run out of cash before the end of the year, the 3rd says it will run out of money early next year.

 3) The Big Three say this "loan" is needed because of the millions of jobs that will be lost.

Canada apologizes for abuse of native children

OTTAWA, June 11 (Reuters) - Canada, addressing one of the darkest chapters in its history, formally apologized on Wednesday for forcing 150,000 aboriginal children into grim residential schools, where many say they were sexually and physically abused.

Priest investigated for quoting Bible in Canada

Priest investigated for quoting Bible

Targeted under human rights law where no defendant ever cleared

A priest is being investigated as a potential criminal under a
federal "hate crimes" law for quoting from the Bible, and he's being
targeted using a Canadian provision under which no defendant ever has
been acquitted, according to a new report.

Reality Versus Rhetoric on Trade

Opting out of NAFTA.

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