Monthly Archive: November 2013

Nov 17 2013

Want to Fly? TSA Wants Your Fingerprints and Tax Info

The NSA isn’t the only organization going through your records and data anymore. Despite a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office that basically called the $900 million Transportation Security Administration useless, the organization is upping their ante with new screening techniques and programs. The TSA currently screens passengers through their Screening of Passengers …

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Nov 16 2013

New San Francisco Ordinance: Give Us Your Mags or Go to Jail

October 29th, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted in Ordinance 249-13 – a ban on “large capacity” magazines and saw it approved by the mayor on November 8th. The text of the ordinance itself lists off several statistics and recounts several shootings as to evidence why the ordinance will work. The ordinance devotes …

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Nov 13 2013

Doctors Don’t Want ObamaCare Either

The ObamaCare saga of working to produce better care, more options, and lower prices continues – miserably. I’ve already discussed the impacts of ObamaCare on a broad scale and how similar programs in Massachusetts has caused the entire industry to start sinking. But what are the doctors, nurses, and hospitals saying about Obama’s healthcare reform? …

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Nov 04 2013

MassHealth and ObamaCare: The Unpleasant Reality

It seems everyone wants to compare ObamaCare to MassHealth these days, and even creator Mitt Romney himself had difficulty coming up with differences in the two plans during the 2012 presidential elections. Healthcare reform began here in Massachusetts back in 2006 under then governor Romney – the program was aimed at providing health insurance to …

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