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How The Lines Between Business And Welfare Became Blurred

To look at the welfare system as a whole, we have to first observe a person commonly associated with it: the beggar. Continue reading

Obamacare Premium Rates As Low As $1

Being the state with highest number of uninsured Americans -in terms of population- and the eighth highest state with the percentage of uninsured , California took the lead in implementing and enacting provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Continue reading

Violent States In America — Guess Which States Top The List?

Most violent state? Is it California? New York? Florida? You might be surprised to learn it’s not. You’ll be less surprised to find out it’s a red state. Continue reading

Young Republicans Overwhelmingly Sign Up For Obamacare’s Most Popular Provision (VIDEO)

Despite Republicans’ strong opposition to the 2010 Affordable Care Act, a study led by the Commonwealth Fund stated that 63 percent of young adults who identify themselves as Republicans have signed up or enrolled under their parents’ health coverage, compared to 45 percent of those who identify themselves as Democratic. Thanks to Obamacare, millions of … Continue reading

Income Inequality Damages Nations, And Here’s Proof Of How (VIDEO)

From child well-being to health care, how economically equal a country is seems to matter far more than how much money the country is making. Continue reading

Income Disparity: Corporations Make Record Profit, Wages At All-Time Low (VIDEO)

Corporations are more profitable than ever, and yet workers are doing continually worse, as the erosion of the middle class continues. When do we step away from trickle down lies? Continue reading

Republicans Are Threatened By ObamaCare’s Success (VIDEOS)

With costs for many dropping and the Affordable Care Act showing its worth, Republicans are looking for anything as an excuse to attack it. Continue reading

Poverty Isn’t Natural, It’s Man-Made – And Fixing Homes Can Help (VIDEO)

While it’s true there will always be those at the bottom, the bottom doesn’t have to be as low as it is now — and some fixes to world poverty aren’t so hard. Continue reading

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