• 00:37

    The Truth About Medicaid Expansion

    in Politics Conservative

    Dr. Clara Belle Wheeler gets one-on-one with “Brother Craig” and reveals “The REALLY, Real, Deal” about Medicaid Expansion and why it will eventually bankrupt the state and make the problem with Medicaid fraud even worse.  Join the conversation and share with your friends.

  • 00:52

    Obama Announces New Budget; Texas Refuses Medicaid Expansion

    in News

    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.

  • 00:30

    First Things 1st America! Where are the Jobs? Medicaid Expansion Prevents Deaths

    in Politics Progressive

    Every Congress has a job to do for citizens of America. What does congress do? Nothing! What does 113th congress need to do for Americans? Pass veterans bills. Pass President's jobs bills. Expand medicaid. pass universal back ground checks. Renew unemployment benefits. raise minimum wages. Moratorium on H1B Visas. Do not increase immigration numbers. Pass immigration reform. Pass infrastructure bill. It this seems like a lot, it is. Because GOP has been a do nothing congress!


    Congress' job is to pass bills into laws to improve America for the greater good. What does the leader in 112th and 113th congress do? Nothing!


    111th Congress passed the Affordable Care Act bill into law. What did 112th Congress do? Voted 50 times to repeal Affordable Care Act law!


    113th congress resides over Border crisis. The resolve is not to neglect children of American citizens  while  exhibiting  charity, compassion under the guise of humanitarian act to children of world citizens.


    113th Congress job is to resolve homeland crisis before adding to homeland crisis. The bills many bills blocked by this 113th congress, once passed will put America on footage to the greatest society ever. And here is where we have a problem. The GOP met Jan 20, 2009 with a plan to sabotage the presidency of Barack Obama. The only way to create even an image of failure on the part of President Obama is to destroy Americans. The destruction of America's economy is the result of GOP 1) blocking bills; 2) outsouring US jobs; 3)continuing the importing of H1B visas when qualified Americans need those jobs; 4) locking our American workers.


    There are bills to be passed that will fix our economy, but we cannot fall prey as a society to increase immigration numbers over the next decade. We have to 1) penalize employers who are hiring illegal immigrants 2)  

  • 00:56

    LRO: Court Action on Medicaid Expansion, JobsOhio, Petitioning and More

    in Politics

    What do Medicaid expansion, JobsOhio, petition law, and coin dealers have in common?  They each have been the subject of recent court action in Ohio, and we have the man in the know.


    Host Bill Yarbrough is joined by Maurice Thompson, Executive Director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law. 


    The 1851 Center has been the key player in pivotal cases of late. Ask your questions and get the straight scoop on how the Ohio Constitution is being used in the cause of liberty.


    http://www.OhioConstitution.org


     

  • 00:28

    My Personal Obamacare Experience Part II

    in Politics Conservative

    A follow up on Splash continues his saga of his first year's experience with Obamacare. This is a continuation from last nights show with more time for callers. If you have questions about or challenges to what you hear then by all means JUMP RIGHT IN!


    This show will go into more detail about Splash's observations of his company and the adjustements they made for the pending Business Mandate.


    Splash opposes ACA, but once it passed he accepted it as the law of the land even before SCOTUS upheld the Individual Mandate as a tax/fine/whatever. Now he has experienced the law for himself.


    This is a first hand account you will not want to miss!

  • 16Bit Assassins Ep 99: Save the Living room

    in Video Games

    Well kids, like we promised things are back to normal around here and we're back on a Friday night. On this episode the Assassins look back on 2014, and discuss what 2015 may bring. Also on episode 99 we take a look at Destiny, and the hate surrounding it's Dark Below expansion, Ubi launches it's "Sorry we released a broken game" free games, Minecraft is the gift that keeps on giving, have you seen Notch's new house? Steam's Holiday sale threatens to take your christmas gift money, and Sony caves, all this and more on episode 99: Save the living room

  • 00:04

    ObamaCare - The Big Topic of the Day

    in Podcasting

    The topic of the day is ObamaCare! I am with my guest speaker, Connie, as she shares her inspiring story of how President Barack Obama's healthcare reform helped her to receive medicine for a serious illness she is facing. Without ObamaCare, she says that getting the medicine would not be possible for her. Listen to her testominial and then YOU can decide (or have more information to make a decision) once and for all if ObamaCare (Obama Care) is good for America or not.


    * Episode Features*


    - A real testominial (honest and not a "paid" review of any kind) from guest speaker, Connie, about how ObamaCare is allowing her to get medicine that she otherwise could not obtain. 

  • 01:01

    Dennis M. English, Jr., NC Dept. of Administration

    in Business

    DENNIS M. ENGLISH, JR. serves as the Assistant to the Secretary for Historically Underutilized Businesses in the North Carolina Department of Administration. Prior to his appointment in 2013, he worked as the Economic Development Coordinator at the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at the University of North Carolina. His work there included identifying and cultivating support for high-growth and early-stage entrepreneurs, implementing economic development projects, developing businesses retention and expansion programs, and facilitating economic impact and feasibility studies for counties in North Carolina’s eastern plains region.


    Mr. English has an accomplished career in business development and consulting. His private sector experience includes serving as a public sector account manager for Johnson Controls, Inc. where he sold large projects and developed strategic business relationships with state and local government administrators and elected officials to offer energy efficiency solutions that reduced carbon footprint and captured energy savings for state, university and local municipality buildings throughout North Carolina. Previously, he served as President of English Consulting Group LLC, a management consulting company that assisted businesses and non-profits with business development, relationship management, customer acquisition, and securing support from high net worth individuals and corporations. Prior, he worked for the National Investment Commission in Liberia, West Africa to develop a strategic economic development plan focused on U.S. business recruitment.


    dennis.english@doa.nc.gov * (919) 807-2334 * www.doa.nc.gov

  • Reinventing Yourself-The Buy IN

    in Lifestyle

    Our guest in this segment is a seasoned entrepreneur who has been serving the healthcare industry for over 30 years.  Paul Contris is the CEO of Welcov (pronounced Welcove) Healthcare which he founded in 1997.  The company name was recently changed from Mission Healthcare to Welcov Healthcare in conjunction with a major acquisition and expansion of the company operations.  Today, Paul and his partner, Tom Boerboom, run a company that serves thousands of clients in 54 long-term care, assisted living facilities and home health agencies throughout Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana, Iowa, Nebraska and Wyoming.  The corporate office is located in Edina, Minnesota.  Welcov provides progressive healthcare and specialized services and strives to be the premier healthcare provider in the communities it serves.


    www.welcov.com


    Join the conversation.

  • 00:57

    NHLBreakdown

    in Hockey

    12/19- Fantasy Reports, Las Vegas as a potential Expansion or Relocation spot & If the KHL folded would the NHL have enough potential talent pool for 32 teams?


    NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL


     


    Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep you fantasy team a constant threat!


     


    Shows twice a week:  Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)


    **Mondays only (@ 5 pm) (July & August)

  • 00:33

    Role of Medicaid in Long Term Care Planning

    in Health

    eCareDiary will speak to David Cutner, author and Co-founder of Lamson & Cutner, P.C., an Elder Law firm about Medicaid and how it plays an important role in long term care planning.

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