Notes on a Global Occupation
Meanwhile corporate-owned media distracts and disinforms the masses just enough for the top-heavy self-destructively corrupt system to drag on a little longer. Banksters, big agribusiness and corrupt lawmakers make healthy food inaccessible for growing numbers of people around the world while basic health care continues to become prohibitively expensive thanks to bloated medical, insurance and... Wall Street connected legislators give multi-trillion dollar bailouts to big banks and corporations as war-profiteers continue to reap benefits of both a War on Terror and War on Drugs costing trillions more taxpayer dollars.
Latino Groups Urge Obama to Stand Firm on Birth Control Without Co-Pays
One big problem we have are massive cuts at the federal and state level of care for the poor and elderly. You are pitting two forms of care, preventive and curative, against each other in ways that are unnecessary. I pay for insurance and some of those things for which my children and I are covered are without a co-pay and others are not. These systems are different than those that provide primary preventive care for people in their late teens, and their twenties through forties. But these are not comparable, and are not pitted against each other in either the regulations nor in the legislation. 00 co-pay for my son's visit for an ear infection, and several hundreds in copays when my daughter had a concussion during a sports event.
SWAZILAND: Opposition to military spending grows
7 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) on paying, equipping and barracking the 3,000 soldiers in its army, and now parliament has passed a US$8 million supplementary budget for the force, provoking a rare public reaction in questioning the... Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini’s remark at a recent meeting of newspapers editors that “The army exists so we might sleep peacefully at night”, was the catalyst for an unprecedented debate about the role of the armed forces.
Pay Gulf drilling moratorium claims, Rep. Jeff Landry urges BP
The letter asks BP to let the administrator of its oil spill claims fund, Kenneth Feinberg , pay those whose losses came as a result of President Barack Obama's decision to temporarily halt drilling, rather than directly from damage caused by the... Regardless of whether BP agrees to Landry's request, Feinberg said he has decided to re-examine the 6,000 moratorium claims to see whether any portion of any of them can be attributed directly to the spill. But Landry says better news would be persuading BP to pay the entirety of the legitimate moratorium claims, not just portions of them.