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11 Signs That The U.S. Health Care System Is Heading Straight Down The Toilet

I wish I had some good news for you.  But I don’t.  The U.S. health care system is a complete and total disaster and it is going to get a lot worse in the years ahead.  Even before Obamacare it was projected that we were going to be facing a shortage of more than 100,000 doctors by the year 2025, and now hundreds of thousands more doctors are thinking of leaving the profession because of Obamacare.  Also thanks to Obamacare, health care costs and health insurance premiums are rising faster than ever and yet the level of care continues to decline.  Our health care system is now totally dominated by government bureaucrats, health insurance companies and pharmaceutical corporations.  The truth is that the entire industry has become a giant money making scam, and the American people are being squeezed for every last penny.  We spend far more for health care than anyone else in the world, and the results are pathetic at best.

The following are 11 signs that the U.S. health care system is heading straight (Read More...)

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This Drought Is Killing Millions Of Fish And Is Rapidly Drying Up The Mighty Mississippi

All over the United States, rivers, lakes and streams are drying up and are becoming much warmer than usual.  As a result, millions of fish have already died and millions more will probably die by the end of the summer.  In addition, transportation along the mighty Mississippi and other major rivers has been significantly slowed down.  Incredibly, more than 3,000 high temperature records have been broken over the last month alone, and the U.S. is enduring the worst drought that it has seen since the Dust Bowl days of the 1930s.  More than half of the entire continental United States has been declared to be a “disaster area” by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the (Read More...)

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