Global Aging Will Change The Future Of World Economies

| October 19, 2015

Global aging is here…and it will change the world as we know it!

“Project Coast” And EBOLA’s Possible Origination …. You likely Won’t Read About This Anywhere Else!

| October 20, 2014

The following information gives us an interesting perspective on the recent unprecedented Ebola outbreak. Is it an organic natural phenomenon? Did this strain of Ebola accidentally escape from a bioweapons lab? Or, was it deliberately released? Operating out of South Africa during the Apartheid era in the early 1980’s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched a secret bioweapons […]

“Keep Your Own Insurance” Bill Heads For A Vote With Both House And Senate Versions

| November 7, 2013

It’s only fair play to admit when something’s wrong especially if it’s obvious.  The President’s health plan has termites in it, and the termites will take down the whole structure if not fixed soon. From The Hill: House Republican leaders announced Wednesday the lower chamber will vote next week on a bill that would allow people to keep their […]

Geez…If The U.S. Government Ever Learned How To Cut The Red Tape, Our Economy Would Suddenly Grow Like A Weed

| September 10, 2013

They got to be kidding…..Nope! President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and its companion Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (HCERA) back in March of 2010. It has been learned from reliable sources that the Federal Register now has a total of (at least) 109 final regulations governing how Obamacare will be […]

Something Smells Fishy Here…..Is It Really Tuna?

| March 3, 2013

So…… A New Study Shows 59% of “Tuna” Sold in the U.S. Isn’t Tuna The non-profit group Oceana took samples of 1,215 fish sold in the U.S. and genetic tests found that that 59% of those labeled tuna were mislabeled. It seems that “white tuna” should be avoided in particular as “84% of fish samples […]

Health Care Tid Bits…A Nightmare On Elm Street

| February 27, 2013

What a nightmare…..We spend almost 20% of our gross domestic product on health care in the U.S., and that figure continues to climb. In the U.S., people spend almost 20% of the gross domestic product on health care, compared with about half that in most developed countries. Yet in every measurable way, the results our […]

Life Expectancy Chart Is A Shocker For The U.S.

| January 13, 2013

Here are some interesting numbers on life expectancy from different countries around the world….2007 being the most recent data used in a number of studies.

You Won’t Believe This One…..

| November 25, 2012

According to Business Week: Last year, for the first time ever, sales of adult diapers in Japan exceeded those for babies. Yep, we said you wouldn’t believe it!  

If You Are A Public Worker, The Rules Are About To Change!

| June 23, 2011

This is a lead bowling ball going down hill….the first pin to be hit is New Jersey!  And even more interesting, Democrats control both houses of the Legislature…. and union membership is among the highest in the country.  Go figure! From The New York Times…… TRENTON — New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday approved a broad rollback […]

Getting Older And Spending Less

| June 5, 2011

What are the two things about getting older that stand out on the chart below…….Yep, health care costs and health insurance lead the way in cost inflation for retirement age people.  The  comparison is to when they were ten years younger…..gasoline is in third place and drugs are fourth.  Nothing else is even close in terms of cost […]

Time To Revisit: The Flu Fighters…….Making Sure Your Diet Has The Right Nutrients

| February 18, 2011

This hopefully should be a helpful guide to minimizing the flu when it hits you.  The Flu Fighters—In Your Food   While many people are still waiting for swine-flu vaccine to become available in their area, there is a lot they can do in their own kitchens to help fight off disease and build a strong […]

The Swine Flu Is Back, Here’s How It Works…….

| February 18, 2011

Heads Up……We are hearing of  cases now of the Swine Flu, but nobody is talking about it.  It’s medical name is Influenza C and sub types of influenza A (H1N1 variations).

USC Transplants Kidney Into Wrong Person…Inquiring Minds Wonder, Well You Know What We’re Wondering

| February 17, 2011

University of Southern California USC Hospital shut down its kidney transplant program last month after a kidney was accidentally transplanted into the wrong patient, according to a spokesman for the program that coordinates organ transplants in Los Angeles. In a statement, the hospital confirmed that it had temporarily and voluntarily halted transplants Jan. 29 after a […]

Florida Judge Rules New Healthcare Law Unconstitutional

| January 31, 2011

Here we go….things are going to get real interesting with the new healthcare law.  A federal judge ruled that Congress violated the Constitution by requiring Americans to purchase health insurance in the new health overhaul, and said the entire law “must be declared void.” In ruling against President Obama‘s health care law, federal Judge Roger Vinson used Mr. […]

The House Just Voted To Kill The New Healthcare Bill That Everyone But The Politicians Have To Abide By

| January 19, 2011

The bill to repeal Obamacare just passed the House, easily by a vote of 245-188. Now it goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid says it won’t come up for a vote.

House Set To Vote On Repeal Of Healthcare Plan

| January 13, 2011

This will be interesting to say the least!  Even if repeal were to pass the Congress, Obama has said he would veto it.

New Study Out Says Moderate Drinking Can Improve Ones Health?

| January 7, 2011

We’ll drink to that! “It may be surprising to know that drinking 14 drinks per week in a twice-daily fashion can actually reduce your risk of heart disease, whereas having the same 14 drinks over just two days can promote heart disease,” says John Cullen, associate professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who […]

Obama Health Care…Coming To You Soon! Doesn’t Look To Simple, Does It?

| November 8, 2010

To get a visual idea of the complexity surrounding the new health-care requirements, you can peruse the following chart prepared by the Joint Economic Congressional Committee, which outlines the bureaucratic Frankenstein that is being created. I’m printing the chart in a size that is too small to read here, just to give you the idea. […]

House Republicans Seek To Repeal The Costly Cumbersome Health Law, Cut Spending, And Extend Expiring Tax Cuts

| September 23, 2010

Is there a message to Congress in this! House Republicans announced a governing agenda today that would cut federal spending, extend expiring tax cuts and repeal the Democrats’ health-care law. The program was released by party leaders at a hardware store in Sterling, Virginia, as Republicans make their case to voters to retake the House […]

Government Anti-Poverty Aid Is Rising Fast…..Sets New Record

| August 31, 2010

More then one in six Americans are currently on government anti-poverty programs and the number continues to rise.  The chart is below. WASHINGTON — Government anti-poverty programs that have grown to meet the needs of recession victims now serve a record one in six Americans and are continuing to expand. More than 50 million Americans are […]

News For Thought…..Unintended Consequences Of The New Health-Care Law

| August 30, 2010

News For Thought From Dr. Joe Duarte’s Market I.Q. Public Hospitals May Be A Thing Of The Past. According to The Wall Street Journal: “Faced with mounting debt and looming costs from the new federal health-care law, many local governments are leaving the hospital business, shedding public facilities that can be the caregiver of last resort.” […]

U.S. Postal Service Loses $3.5 Billion ln Third Quarter

| August 5, 2010

  Thu Aug 5, 2010 * Postal Service concerned with future liquidity * Says regulatory changes necessary for fiscal stability By Jasmin Melvin WASHINGTON, Aug 5 (Reuters) – The U.S. Postal Service reported a quarterly net loss of $3.5 billion on Thursday and said it will likely have a cash shortfall going into 2011.  The […]

The Law Of Demographics…..John Mauldin’s “Outside The Box”

| August 2, 2010

  Key Elements Of This Article Are:  In the United States, the Fed’s latest Survey of Consumer Finances revealed that current or close retirees have roughly $50,000 of retirement savings, excluding the now questionable equity in their homes. Those born before in a macabre sense, the financial crisis couldn’t have been better timed, if it […]

David Rosenberg Explains:

| August 1, 2010

Why this is the Titanic and the life boats have already been launched! The household debt/income ratio is (still) near record highs of 120% and one-quarter of the consumer universe has a sub-600 FICO score – which means they are ineligible for Fannie or Freddie mortgage financing. The banks have few opportunities to lend – households […]

Doctor Visits Cut By Americans

| July 29, 2010

A drop in usage is showing up just as health-care companies report financial results. Insurers, lab-testing companies, hospitals and doctor-billing concerns say that patient visits, drug prescriptions and procedures were down in the second quarter from year-ago levels. “People just aren’t using health-care like they have,” said Wayne DeVeydt, WellPoint Inc.’s chief financial officer, in an […]

New Find….Antibody That Kills 91% of HIV Strains, But Must Be Perfected First

| July 8, 2010

July 08,2010 In a significant step toward an AIDS vaccine, U.S. government scientists have discovered three powerful antibodies, the strongest of which neutralizes 91% of HIV strains, more than any AIDS antibody yet discovered.  Looking closely at the strongest antibody, they have detailed exactly what part of the virus it targets and how it attacks […]

California School Launches Cell Tower Study About Electromagnetic Effects On Health As Cancer Rates Skyrocket

| June 19, 2010

By JENN SAVEDGE   Mother Nature Network (mnn.com) Five years ago, Sprint erected an 85-foot cell phone tower in the middle of California’s Vista Del Monte Elementary school. At the time, Sprint studied the tower’s structural safety and an initial power reading, but since then teachers and students have become increasingly concerned about the tower’s […]

33 States In Big Trouble….And Yes, It Can Get Worse!

| June 13, 2010

The cat is clearly out of the bag concerning the forthcoming bankruptcy of 33 states of the USA.   This moronic New York non-solution to borrow from state pension funds, which now cannot meet their pension requirements, screams bankruptcy. The Administration calling for $50 billion for states and cities would appear to be confirmation of […]

A Cartoon For The Ages, Done 62 Years Ago!

| June 8, 2010

Remember this was done in 1948, that’s 62 years ago!!  The formula for success hasn’t changed. Keep in mind as you watch this that it was done in ‘1948‘. Keep that in mind as you view it.    Click on 1948 Cartoon below – this cartoon is timeless and is just as true today as it […]

63% Favor Repeal Of National Health Care Plan

| May 24, 2010

Health Care Law   63% Favor Repeal of National Health Care Plan   May 24, 2010 Support for repeal of the new national health care plan has jumped to its highest level ever. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 63% of U.S. voters now favor repeal of the plan passed by congressional […]

Federal Food-stamps ……Sets New Record At Almost 40 Million People! That’s About One In Every Eight

| May 11, 2010

(Reuters) – Nearly 40 million Americans received food stamps — the latest in an ever-higher string of record enrollment that dates from December 2008 and the U.S. recession, according to a government update. Food stamps are the primary federal anti-hunger program, helping poor people buy food. Enrollment is highest during times of economic distress. The […]

111 More Reasons To Hate The New Health Care Plan………….

| April 9, 2010

Hey…….We didn’t make this up……Congress did! The House Republican Conference has compiled a list of all the new boards, bureaucracies, commissions, and programs created in H.R. 3962, Speaker Pelosi’s government health care plan: 1.     Retiree Reserve Trust Fund (Section 111(d), p. 61) 2.     Grant program for wellness programs to small employers (Section 112, p. 62) […]

This Sums Things Up In A Nutshell

| April 7, 2010

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How Long Will You Live?

| April 6, 2010

This is quite a test for us, especially if you answer truthfully !How long will you live?This is pretty interesting. Watch the age prediction on the top left of the screen change as you answer the various questions. http://media.nmfn.com/flash/longevity-game/game.html

Unintended Consequences…..

| March 23, 2010

  States Sue Over Healthcare Overhaul By Pat Wechsler   March 23 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama faces a fight over the health-care overhaul from states that sued today because the legislation’s expansion of Medicaid imposes a fiscal strain on their cash-strapped budgets. Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania are among 14 states that filed suit after […]

The Middle Class Financial Compact Being Washed Away – Income Dilution and the Saving Disparity- 57 Million Households Live On $52,000 Per Year Or Less.

| March 3, 2010

The middle class is finding itself struggling to keep what was once seen as staples of a burgeoning working class in our country.  Part of this battle has come from a system that has rewarded easy finance on the backs of the working class.  Take for example residential real estate.  For decades, this was probably […]

Creditable Solutions To Reviving The U.S. Economy Without Tax Increases.

| February 21, 2010

IF YOU WANT CREDITABLE SOLUTIONS ……to our nation’s fiscal problems, go to a creditable source. Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels gives his ideas for restoring our economy — which can be done, he says, without tax increases. Daniels is a man of deep thought and bold action. His state has one of the strongest balance sheets in the country, […]

Fast Company Ranks Its Top Ten Most Innovative Biotech Companies

| February 17, 2010

Fast Company 10 Most Innovative Biotech Companies by Elizabeth Svoboda (Additional Reporting By Erica Westly) 1. Novartis H1N1 put a spotlight on Novartis’s success with vaccines based on cells, a process that’s faster and more reliable than the traditional method of growing viruses in chicken eggs. Novartis won EU approval to sell cell-based flu vaccines, […]

New Derivative….The Life and Longevity Markets Association

| February 1, 2010

When in doubt: create another derivative. Insurers now want to be protected against people living longer. According to The Wall Street Journal: “Eight investment banks and insurers have come together to develop an organized market to help them spread the financial risks and costs of an aging society more widely. The Life and Longevity Markets […]

We Are At An Inflexion Point And The Middle Class Is Largely Being Squeezed Out

| January 29, 2010

But we are at an inflexion point and the middle class is largely being squeezed out.  A recent study from the Commerce Department shed some light on an issue that we already know.  Over the past 20 years the middle class has been falling behind: Everything is relative in this world.  Incomes have gone up […]

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