PUT GARDASIL MANIA TO BED, FOR ONCE

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CANCER IS TERRIBLE Every year, 6.2 million Americans contract the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) after becoming sexually active. Currently, over 20 million Americans have the incurable virus. It is responsible for 70% of cervical cancer cases and 90% of genital warts. … Continued

The Cult of Trump – Obama Déjà Vu

COMPETITION IS GOOD – POPULISM IS NOT It’s great to have competition. Conservatives believe in the power of fair competition to improve, streamline and ultimately expand things – especially in politics, where multiple challengers can cause others to be better candidates. … Continued

Better Prepared, Experienced Gov Rick Perry Aims For Nod

  BETTER, NOT MERELY SECOND CHANCES Much has been made of his failed 2012 GOP nomination for President, but fmr. Texas Governor Rick Perry knows a thing or two about stumbling: it is almost a required process to achieve success, a rite of passage … Continued

Obama Admin Quietly Exempts 4.1m Americans w/o Congress

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While no one was watching, the Obama administration has made a unilateral change without Congress to the landmark Affordable Care Act known as “Obamacare.” Aside from unapproved delays to help with it’s implementation to the granting of waivers to various … Continued

Shocking Ruling from D.C. Court of Appeals Deals Deathblow to Obamacare

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The federal Court of Appeals is not known for strict adherence to the constitution, but frequently has it’s moments of clarity – like interpreting what a law says, rather than what it meant to say. The Affordable Care Act was written poorly in … Continued

Pursue Conservative Health Care Reform – Fight Predatory Federalism

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Since the Supreme Court’s infamous 4-1-4 ruling on the Affordable Care Act in June, nearly two dozen states have grappled with whether or not to comply with the first of many forthcoming deadlines found in the rules written (and still being … Continued