How Does Health Reform Affect You NOW? (Part 2 of 3)

Let me be clear: Had I been a member of Congress, I would have pressed the “yes” lever for the health reform bill when it came down to the vote for final passage. It was incredibly important that we start somewhere to make health care accessible and affordable to all Americans. And we can celebrate, as Ms. magazine recounts in “What the Health Care Bill Means for Women,” that contraceptives will be covered, gender rating that discriminates against women has been eliminated and preventive services such as pap smears will be covered without co-pay under the new plan. But sometimes when you win, you lose. ...more

...most (too many, at least) "pro-lifers" want people (i.e. WOMEN) to "take responsibility" for ...more

White House, Critics Wage Battle for Control of the Health Care Debate

Any political or business strategist knows that half the task in winning a contentious policy debate is controlling the terms of that debate. Since health care reform is arguably the most contentious domestic policy debate confronting Pres. Barack Obama, it's not surprising that the White House tried to make the most of yesterday's pledge by health care industry leaders to cut health care spending growth by 1.5% annually over the next ten years. ...more

Any group that chooses Rick Scott to be their spokesperson in any capacity relating to health ...more

For Immediate Release Dirt: An American Campaign on Virtual Book Tour Book December '08

Join political thriller author Mark LaFlamme on his first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion Public Relations as he travels the blogosphere in December to talk about his latest release, “Dirt: An American Campaign”.   ...more


Seems like my last post, "Obama Caint Choose Kaine", riled some folks up. ...more