Monthly Archives: July 2017

Opioid crisis


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Rise in drug-addicted babies prompts judge’s controversial solution.  America’s opioid crisis is expanding to a new class of victims—unborn children.  Infants are being born with symptoms of withdrawal, also known as Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, or NAS. In the last decade, states like Tennessee have seen a ten-fold rise in the number of babies born with NAS.  One judge in White County, Tennessee is offering a controversial solution to the problem.

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Bureaucrats HealthCare


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Politicians far, far away in Washington — advised by armies of bureaucrats whose salaries you pay but you have never met — all huddled in Congress deciding what pills they will give you and how long is long enough for you to be on life support. Also, they will decide just how much money you will pay for pregnancy insurance, even though you do not technically have a uterus and your name is not Caitlyn Jenner. (Isn’t it funny how the only way anybody buys something named the “Affordable Care Act” is if the federal government forces them to buy …Read more »

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Charlie Gard a Criminal?


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British health care system and their medical employees believe they cannot, should not, do anything to treat and possibly save Charlie. OK…. National Health System gets to decide what treatments are covered by the national health insurance policy, or are not. Charlie has the right to leave the system and try to get treatment elsewhere. Charlie, his parents, have the right to figure out who can try to treat him and how to pay for it since the British health system will do neither.

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