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Rich Mitchell is the editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News and the president of Bald Eagle Media, LLC. His posts may contain opinions that are his own and are not necessarily shared by Anomalous Media, CDN, staff or .. much of anyone else. Find him on twitter, facebook and

Reconciliation Bill Posted: Summary and Full Text Inside

H.R. 4872, the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act of 2010, has been posted.  We’ll be combing through the full text of the bill to add to our health care reform page, but wanted to make the .pdf easy to find for our readers.  Since it is an amendment to the Senate bill everything will be relative to the ...

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Regional Pharmacies Dropping Medicaid Ahead of Health Reform

The New England Journal of Medicine, recently published a survey where roughly half of all physicians that responded would leave the profession if the current health care reform went into effect.  Many critics of the survey discounted it saying that pushing more people into Medicaid would not cause a health care crisis. Unfortunately, it already is.  The Seattle Times reported ...

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Democrats: Any Means to an End on Health Care

Just a few days ago, Nancy Pelosi said that she liked the idea of the Slaughter process, otherwise known as deem and pass, because then no one in the House would have to vote on the Senate bill. In an interview on Fox News this evening, the President voiced a similar opinion by saying, “I don’t spend a lot of ...

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Cancer Patient Who Wrote to Obama Will Not Lose Home, May Get Aid

Obama has no problem misleading America as long as the citizenry is effectively duped into supporting the worst entitlement bill in the country’s history.  Purposefully omitting the fact that health care costs are rising, rising premiums are just a symptom, demonizing the insurance industry’s razor thin margins (1-3%), and now.. embellishing the story of a cancer patient to play on ...

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Health Care Reform's Impact on Rising Premiums

Obama and Congressional Democrats are pushing health care reform as the answer to rising health care premiums.  The populist approach to forcing through unpopular legislation is certainly the method of operation of the administration and they are continuing to use it by demonizing insurance companies with their massive 1-3% profit margins… massive. Why are premiums rising?  Greedy insurers?  Nope, health ...

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Obama's Deficit Panel Marginalized by .. Obama

President Obama house been touting his intent to put together an executive panel to review approaches to trim the soon to be $14 trillion federal debt.  His newest addition to the panel demonstrates that the President is not serious about doing much of anything on the deficit. Obama recently appointed the leader of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Andy ...

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Honesty in Health Care Debate

Reading the stories in the news about health care for the last few weeks, it had become obvious that no one has a grasp on where we really are, what the real problem is or how we should solve it. The liberal plan has clown car-like reforms in it.  Sure, there are alot of them, but it’s going to explode ...

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Obama's Plans Add Trillions to the Debt in Current Decade

Tax-and-spend liberalism has been replaced by spend and don’t tax enough radical liberal policy.  It’s not sustainable and definitely not fiscally healthy.  In a Washington Post article they state: President Obama‘s proposed budget would add more than $9.7 trillion to the national debt over the next decade, congressional budget analysts said Friday. Proposed tax cuts for the middle class account ...

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Final Proof: Global Warming is Politics, Not Science

Leaders in the promotion of the idea that global warming is caused by man’s actions are taking a firm stance: use politics instead of science.  The Washington Time obtained damnifying emails from the leaders of the global warming science community that states: ..strategy includes forming a nonprofit group to organize researchers and use their donations to challenge critics by running ...

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Press Likens Tea Party to 'New Left' Radicals of the 1960's

David Brooks tries .. I mean tries hard to put the current Tea Party movement into the same realm as the liberal radicals in the 60’s.  The article points out that both groups were focused on government conspiracies: ..both movements go in big for conspiracy theories. The ’60s left developed elaborate theories of how world history was being manipulated by ...

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Democrats Shoot Down Legislation Against Tax Cheats. Timing?

In a Politico article, the author describes the liberal push to get rid of legislation that would terminate any government employee or staffer that had back taxes and did not repay it.  Surely this bill only deals with a few people that owe very little money… surely. In 2008 alone, 447 House employees and 231 Senate workers didn’t pay their ...

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Obama Disingenuous on Health Care Reform Bi-partisanship

Obama has repeated (ad ad nauseum) that he would be willing to meet Republicans in the middle on health care.  The GOP says to do that would mean starting over, which is something that the President will not do. So who is being more partisan?  The GOP is saying that it cannot support the huge spending and government take-over that ...

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4th Quarter GDP Number Misleading

The BEA published a revised report  on the U.S. G.D.P. for Q4 2009.  The revision was up .2 points from an already high 5.7%.  Taken at face value, 5.9% growth in the economy in a three month period sounds fantastic, but digging into the numbers and methodology aid in the understanding of why this is not as great as it ...

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Health Care Being Discussed by… Lawyers?

Obama’s health care summit at the Blair house was attended largely by lawyers.  Professional politicians brought up as guardians of the legal system.  I use the term professional loosely as these experts on the legislative process have not been able to deal with the inefficiencies of the government they help to shape.  Why do we believe they could fix a ...

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