by Glenda Chauncy Today is a "challenge" day for me. When I first hand went through the most terrible divorce, where I lost my home to a very unscrupulous, very deceiving and very unfair legal system in the same bed with the banks. I "self" taught my little brain to RESEARCH why this happened to me and is still happening to millions of families today.
From:UrbanOrlandoBusiness According to information from the ObamaCareFacts.com website (September 2014) there are still millions of eligible Americans who have not signed up yet. Maybe one of the main reasons is people just don't understand how to navigate around the website of the Exchange/Marketplace to see if they qualify because it can be quite confusing. The majority of citizens in this country are well aware that President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Health Care Act (also known as ObamaCare) on March 23, 2010. This law was put in place in order to give more Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance, and to reduce the growth in health care spending in the U.S.
by Roger Caldwell All the negative chatter from the conservative and Republicans have dissipated as Americans sign up for the Affordable Care Act in record numbers. There are many different ways the program is helping Americans, and the program's proponents are claiming that 9 million have been helped, or newly registered in the program. There are many that may not agree with the calculations, but millions of Americans are excited with the program, and they are signing up every day.
edited by Greg Dean Truth be told, the #1 killer of blacks may not be what many think it is. We know the familiar culprits: HIV/AIDS, cancer, stroke, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and homicide (think Trayvon, Jordan, et al). As devastating as these scourges have been, a new and more hideous cause of black death now occupies the top spot.
So without further adieu, allow me to solemnly introduce you to the new #1 killer of blacks --- abortion.
It does not matter whether you agree or disagree with the president on healthcare, because it is the law. No law is perfect and there are times that a law must be repaired or fixed, but as an American citizen we have an obligation to obey it. The major portion of the Affordable Care Act was rolled out on October 1, 2013, and the website to register Americans was dysfunctional, and an embarrassment to the president and his team.