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You've had your wedding you some money left for your honeymoon, what can you do?
About a thousand for the two of you. It seems an impossibility but not so. Let me show you what you can do even with a StayMoon and yet you tell know one and still have a romantic good time, here.
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Texas Continues to Refuse the Medicaid Expansion
Last June, the Supreme Court struck down a requirement of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, that would have forced states to expand Medicaid coverage to cover a greater amount of their uninsured. States, states have a choice whether or not to implement the Medicaid expansion, which the federal government will fund fully for the first three years, and cover all but up to 10 percent in those years following. The expansion will include those 138 percent below the poverty line who are between the ages of 18 and 64. A number of states have since vowed opt out of the expansion... the largest being Texas.
Texas has the highest amount of uninsured residents in the U.S. at 24 percent. Yet, Gov. Rick Perry, the state legislature, and their congressional delegations, have all taken firm stands against this expansion. We talk to John Davidson, Health Care Policy Analyst at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. President Obama Announced New Budget Plan The White House today released the outline of the annual budget proposal they will announce next week. More conservative than the president’s last budget proposal and the Senate budget passed recently, analysts are seeing a lot of compromise. Some of the compromise is likely to garner criticism such as cuts to Social Security. However, such efforts to get House Republicans to pass such proposals don’t seem to be working as House Speaker John Boehner has already said the president is holding real reform to entitlements – quote – hostage. We talk to Bernie Becker, Staff Writer for The Hill.
If you have only started to think about the budget problems this year, you are late to the game Shipmate. We are years in to it, and almost 2-yrs ago, as many were sobering up to the fact that the military was about to face a budget challenge not seen in a generation. Especially those who have seen this movie before, they knew that this one has the potential to be the most challenging seen in over half a century. For the full hour, our guest will be Col. Robert Killebrew, USA (Ret.)., using his article in the DEC 2011 Armed Forces Journal, Cutbacks & Crisis, as a starting point.
In addition to being a contributing editor at AFJ, among the many other things he had done at the time of the interview and since retirement, was writing and consulting on national defense issues as a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Prior to his retirement from active duty he served for thirty years in a variety of Special Forces, infantry and staff duties. His assignments ranged included duty in Vietnam with MACVSOG, the Vietnamese Airborne Division, command in mechanized, air assault and airborne units, and staff positions in the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force, as director of plans, XVIII Airborne Corps, special assistant to the Chief of Staff of the Army, command of a deployed joint task force and as an instructor in strategy and policy at the Army War College.
How do you make your budget? Can you go to someone else for money to get by until payday? Why should you have to look to another to get by? Why should one adult control another?
Who do you know with the last name of Taxes? Who is this fictitious character anyway and why doesn't he or she show up at work instead of only appearing on payday? What can we do to see where our money goes? Divorces happen over finances, what are you waiting for? Are you happy where you are? Are you prospering? Who is? Raise your hand please!!!
Do you know anyone with the last name (Surname) of Taxes? Then how can he or she get paid? How did he or she get a social security number? Hmmmm... Let's play! You are so smart!
This month’s theme is “How to Budget in This Era?” Our goal is to enrich you with wealthy information to change ones mindset on how you “NOW” view yourself according to data (Low, Medium, & Upper Class).
This weeks topic "I'm Wealthy Because" with special guest Mr. Shaun Tomblin
1. What do you consider being wealthy?
2. Do your income identify your economic status?
We're acknowledging "Purple" and "Pink" as it represents Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer all month along!!!
So be the one to call in during a LIVE show and see what is needed to be a WINNER!!!!
This month’s theme is “How to Budget in This Era?” Our goal is to enrich you with wealthy information to change ones mindset on how you “NOW” view "MONEY"
This morning our guest Mr. Greg Whitaker will discuss "DEBT". How one gets into it, out one can get out and stay out. It's time to be LIBERATED!!
"Members of Congress, and the House Republicans in particular, don't get to demand ransom in exchange for doing their jobs, he said. "And two of their very basic jobs are passing a budget and making sure that America's paying its bills.It is not raising our debt," Obama said of increasing the debt ceiling. "It simply says you pay for what Congress has already authorized America to purchase, whether that's the greatest military in the world or veterans' benefits or Social Security."President Obama "The effects of any failure to repay the debt would be felt right away, leading to potentially major disruptions in financial markets, It could well be that what is now a U.S. recovery would turn into a recession or even worse." IMF's chief economist Olivier Blanchard
A "Nation Divided" by Jerry Pippin(jerrypippin.com)