Daily Archives: December 17, 2012

Department of Illiteracy

One of the tragic legacies of the Great Society is the violence inflicted upon the family as an institution. Through a series actions, calculated or not, the family has been devalued as the bedrock of civil society and replaced with … Continue reading

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December’s Meeting

Saturday, Dec. 29 at 9:00 a.m. at Kings Restaurant in Franklin.  Come at 8:00 a.m. for breakfast and good fellowship.  We have a special speaker, Elizabeth Stelle, Policy Analyst for the Commonwealth Foundation of PA.  She will be reporting to … Continue reading

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Reasons Not to Set up State Exchanges

One of the key features of Obamacare is the establishment in each state of a health insurance “exchange” (now known by the abbreviation HIX) where customers would be able to purchase insurance policies eligible for federal subsidies. Much to the … Continue reading

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