200 world leaders and obama wasting their time in Paris.
New York Post ^ | November 25, 2015 | Betsy McCaughey
If you are at risk of prostate cancer, in other words, if you are male the best place to be is the United States, where survival rates are highest in the world. But not for long, if the Obama administration gets its way in curtailing a test that flags prostate cancer before it spreads.
The administration wants to penalize doctors who routinely order the PSA blood test. Under a proposed policy, those doctors will get demerits for being considered over-spenders, while doctors who skip the test will be rewarded with a high quality rating from the government and be paid more. (Ya see, lib loons are beginning to understand that you cannot provide more health care to more people for less money.)
I'm thankful I still have my teeth. I'm thankful I can hide behind the monitor on my computer while insulting strangers. I'm thankful obama will soon be leaving office. It's getting harder and harder to defend him. And finally, I'm thankful my parents are pro-life.
Kerry and obama = national embarrassments.
America's sentiment towards the jobs market has turned: They have lost faith in it. obamacare
Business Insider ^ | 11/24/2015 | Akin Oyedele
The Conference Board's consumer confidence index for November, released on Tuesday, unexpectedly fell to 90.4, a 14-month low. Economists had estimated that the index rose to 99.5 in November, from an upwardly revised 99.1 print (from 97.6) in October.
The Conference Board's Lynn Franco explained in the report:
"The decline was mainly due to a less favorable view of the job market. Consumers' appraisal of current business conditions, on the other hand, was mixed. Fewer consumers said conditions had improved, while the proportion saying conditions had deteriorated also declined.
Heading into 2016, consumers are cautious about the labor market and expect little change in business conditions."
The report showed that the share of consumers expecting more jobs in the coming months fell to 11.6% from 14.4%, while those expecting fewer jobs rose to 18.7% from 16.6%.
Consumers were also more downbeat about chances that their wages would rise.
The trend in the pace of jobs growth this year has mostly been downward.
"Except for the ones on my hit list."
It's neat how I force the lib loons to respond, huh. It's good therapy for them and it gives them something to do until the next allotment of food stamps arrives. I have a hunch control freaks don't like being controlled. Too bad. LOL
He's one of them.
Poor cheyn. It looks like he will have to get a job afterall.
I see you quit trying to defend obamacare. It's back to attacking the messenger. Actually, it's always been attacking the messenger. Ya gotta problem, huh?
Syracuse| November 16, 2015 | By James T. Mulder
Syracuse, N.Y. New York hospitals and doctors are worried they may be left holding the bag for millions of dollars owed to them by Health Republic, the financially troubled obamacare health insurer regulators are shutting down Nov. 30.
Hospitals are owed more than $160 million, according to the Healthcare Association of New York State -- HANYS for short, a hospital trade group. Syracuse's three hospitals are owed $2.2 million.
The state Medical Society is surveying doctors to find out how much they are owed. It estimates the insurer owes doctors "tens of millions of dollars."
The state has told Health Republic to stop paying some claims so it can conserve its assets and facilitate an orderly shutdown. Even though some providers are not getting paid, they are still contractually obligated to deliver services to patients, said Matt Anderson, a spokesman for the state Department of Financial Services.
Melissa Mansfield, a HANYS spokeswoman, said the estimated $160 million the insurer owes hospitals does not include the cost of care provided in November.
"HANYS continues to raise very serious concerns about the consequences of such a tremendous financial loss when hospitals are already financially fragile," she said in an email. . .