Analysys and reflections on "The Obamacare marketplaces aren't in a death spiral"

Posted on Sun 21 May 2017 in Politics • Tagged with ObamaCare • 4 min read

I recently read an interesting article from FiveThirtyEight about the state of the Obamacare marketplaces. You can read the article here.

I have compiled a list of my thoughts on the subject. Many of these are not particularly related to the article, consider this a brain-dump. I quote from the …


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My Thoughs on Rubio's Suspended Campaign

Posted on Tue 15 March 2016 in Politics • Tagged with Election 2016, GOP, Marco Rubio • 1 min read

I respect Marco Rubio for his decision to suspend his campaign. He has cemented himself in my mind as a person who cares about this great American Republic.

I believe that Marco Rubio’s best days are ahead of him. If Rubio endorses Cruz and/or Cruz comes out and …


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The Most Ironic Google Doodle EVER

Posted on Tue 01 October 2013 in Politics • 1 min read

This morning I woke up to a Google Doodle commemorating the 123rd Anniversary of Yosemite National Park. Don't get any ideas of celebrating with them with a little family trip to the location. You will be greeted by closed gates because of the government shutdown, the first in 17 years …


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Sorry Kids, We Aren't Going Camping this Weekend

Posted on Tue 01 October 2013 in Politics • 1 min read

Since the Democrats in the Senate kept on tabling the House Republicans' reasonable requests, we are now in a shutdown. I don't think that it will be too bad... Unless the Democrats keep their hard line on Obamacare. The Republicans in the house have used every possible means to make …


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