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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ohio Legislators Pave the Way for Obamacare and Navigators

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On March 19, Ohio’s Senate passed Substitute S.B. 9 to set training and certification standards for health insurance ‘navigators’ as required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).  Navigators will play a pivotal role; educating and facilitating enrollment of hundreds of thousands of Ohioans into qualified health insurance plans through the federal health … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Obamacare, Ohio Budget, Ohio Politics, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Defeating the Ideology of “Can’t”

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was recently slapped down by a state judge for his idiotic ban against soft drinks larger than 16 ounces. In the past he has banned table salt as an option in restaurants. In addition, he is currently pursuing a ban of guns in the city as well. He is … Continue reading »

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Ohio’s Medicaid Expansion May Be Kasich’s Waterloo

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Ohioans are bombarded with media hype promoting Governor Kasich’s endorsement of Medicaid Expansion in Ohio. The misinformation from the Governor’s office does a disservice to Ohio’s uninsured residents and heralds the decline of health care for every Buckeye.  Expanding Medicaid is the vehicle to cover Ohio’s uninsured as required under the Patient Protection and Affordable … Continue reading »

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Hitting Close to Home

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The time has come for a heart-to-heart with my friends and fellow grassroots activists. Almost four years ago, millions of average Joes from around the U.S. came together in an historic organic movement to protest the unchecked growth of government spending, regulation and added restrictions on freedom.  Our righteous indignation was the start of a … Continue reading »

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A Tale of Two Senators

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Guest Commentary by Mike Lavengood In 2008, I consciously convinced myself that John McCain was “conservative enough,”  just so I could vote for him and not feel bad about my choices. The fact is that, with unbelievable frequency, John McCain makes the most outrageous choices, in word and in deed, of any Republican I know.Before … Continue reading »

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Creating the Perfect IT Government

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I spent over 20 years of my career working in IT. What most IT experts understand is that we are typically at our most effective whenever people forget that we even exist. Certainly, the role of IT is to provide specific and valuable services to our users. However, beyond that about the only time we … Continue reading »

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The Book of US

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America is like a book. Like other books it holds its least value whenever it is closed. Let’s face it. Books are useless whenever they are merely left upon shelves to collect dust. However, America was never meant to be like other books. It was meant to always be accessible so that it can be … Continue reading »

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