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Jeff Sessions Biography
From Wikipedia:

Sessions is considered one of the most conservative members of the U.S. Senate. As a senator, he is noted for his opposition to illegal immigration and advocacy of reducing legal immigration. He supported the major legislative efforts of the George W Bush administration, including the 2001 and 2003 tax cut packages, the Iraq War, and a proposed national amendment to ban same-sex marriage. He opposed the establishment of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, the 2009 stimulus bill, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act. As the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, he opposed all three of President Obama’s nominees for the Supreme Court.

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Coffee With Dave Series

70 Arrest Warrants pending at DOJ (30 politicians)

Pizzagate “kill room” found in Pegasus Museum

Those investigating Pizzagate end up DEAD.

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Hillary may have KURU – a disease common in New Guinea that is transmitted by CANNIBALISM:

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Encrypted data (steganography) found in Podesta email photos:

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The Truth Behind the Affordable Care Act – Learn Liberty

The Affordable Care Act (popularly known as “Obamacare”) promised to lower costs and give everyone in America access to health care coverage. 6 years later, has it lived up to its promises? Learn More:

Watch more Learn Liberty videos on health care technology, policy, and entrepreneurship — plus get a free, on-demand video course.

Did the ACA get you covered or not? Have your own health care bills gone up or down?

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For more videos about where we’ve been and where we’re headed in health care, check out

We’ll also be holding a livestream tomorrow (3/24) at 3:00pm (EST) on our Facebook page ( with Dr. Robert Graboyes. How do we fix the current problems in our health care system to create better care for more people at lower costs? Be sure to tune in to ask your questions about the economics of health care!


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From Fortress to Frontier: How Innovation Can Save Health Care (video): How can we accomplish the real goal of health care reform- better care for more people? Robert Graboyes explains the solution is simple: unleash innovation.
Health Care by Learn Liberty (website): Your one-stop shop for resources about liberty and health care such as blogs, videos, and more.
Doctors on Demand (video): Scholar Adam Thierer explains how freedom to innovate can lead to better, more affordable health care for all.
America’s Health Care System (online program): Join John Ammon, MD, Jeffrey Singer, MD, and Prof. Bob Graboyes for an On Demand Program exploring the history of health care in America, the current policy issues the industry faces, and possible solutions.

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Implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Webinar

As the ACA shifts care delivery models, employers are turning their focus to the frontline worker and determining how they can make the right investments in the skills and career development of these workers to support the mandates of the ACA. It is not yet fully known how ACA implementation will affect the volume of workers needed, how healthcare technology advancements will impact worker demand and skills needed or how new consumers will drive patient demand for services. However, healthcare employers and workforce planners can begin to take steps now to ensure they have a frontline workforce who can support them in meeting the mandates of the ACA.

In this session, Dr. Randall Wilson and a Jan Hunter, Director of the CareerSTAT Project will share the findings and recommendations of a newly released research paper by Dr. Wilson, “Implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Impacts on the Frontlines of Caregiving.” Dr. Wilson will provide a brief overview of the ACA, its goals and its impacts on healthcare delivery and the impacts on the frontline workforce in terms of skills, scope of practice and behaviors.

Jo Ann Webb, RN, MHA Shares How Affordable Care Act May Impact those Pursuing Nursing Career

Jo Ann Webb, RN, MHA, Senior Director of Federal Relations and Policy for the American Organization of Nurses Executives (AONE) joins Excelsior College’s On Demand podcast to discuss the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its impact on nurse educators, managers, and administrators. Topics covered in the video include: the ACA’s impact on the nursing shortage; resources the ACA can provide, including more money in nursing education; how nurses should stay informed about health care reform; the growing role of nurses play in primary care; student career planning; the impact of ACA on military and veteran health care; and the outlook of the Affordable Care Act.

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Rethinking How We Finance Health Care: Medicine, Costs, Economics, Private Funding (2006)

There are generally five primary methods of funding health care systems:

general taxation to the state, county or municipality
social health insurance
voluntary or private health insurance
out-of-pocket payments
donations to health charities

In most countries, the financing of health care services features a mix of all five models, but the exact distribution varies across countries and over time within countries. In all countries and jurisdictions, there are many topics in the politics and evidence that can influence the decision of a government, private sector business or other group to adopt a specific health policy regarding the financing structure.

For example, social health insurance is where a nation’s entire population is eligible for health care coverage, and this coverage and the services provided are regulated. In almost every jurisdiction with a government-funded health care system, a parallel private, and usually for-profit, system is allowed to operate. This is sometimes referred to as two-tier health care or universal health care.

The management and administration of health care is another sector vital to the delivery of health care services. In particular, the practice of health professionals and operation of health care institutions is typically regulated by national or state/provincial authorities through appropriate regulatory bodies for purposes of quality assurance.[24] Most countries have credentialing staff in regulatory boards or health departments who document the certification or licensing of health workers and their work history.

Health information technology (HIT) is “the application of information processing involving both computer hardware and software that deals with the storage, retrieval, sharing, and use of health care information, data, and knowledge for communication and decision making” (Brailer, & Thompson, 2004). Technology is a broad concept that deals with a species’ usage and knowledge of tools and crafts, and how it affects a species’ ability to control and adapt to its environment. However, a strict definition is elusive; “technology” can refer to material objects of use to humanity, such as machines, hardware or utensils, but can also encompass broader themes, including systems, methods of organization, and techniques. For HIT, technology represents computers and communications attributes that can be networked to build systems for moving health information. Informatics is yet another integral aspect of HIT.