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Testimony on Texas v. U.S.: The Republican lawsuit and its impacts on Americans with pre-existing conditions

May 15, 2019

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Testimony on Texas v. U.S.: The Republican lawsuit and its impacts on Americans with pre-existing conditions

May 15, 2019

Health Econ Bot

from Brookings: Topics – Health at https://brook.gs/2tc3TXu on February 6, 2019 at 07:39PM

By Christen Linke Young

Chairwoman Eshoo, Ranking Member Burgess, members of the committee, thank you for the opportunity to testify today. I am Christen Linke Young, a Fellow with the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative on Health Policy. My research focuses on private insurance, access to coverage, and the intersection between state and federal policy making. I am honored to have the opportunity to speak with you today about recent developments in health policy and their impact on consumers with pre-existing conditions. My testimony this morning reflects my personal views and should not be attributed to the staff, officers, or trustees of the Brookings Institution.

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has brought health coverage to millions of Americans. Since the law was passed in 2010, the uninsured rate has been cut nearly…

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A-432Hz (Known as Verdi’s ‘A’) vs A-440hz, A Sonic Experiment ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

May 7, 2019

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I’ve just been reading something about A-432hz: the, allegedly, preferred pitch for music to be played at according to Prof Dussaut of the Paris conservatory (who held a poll of over 20,000 of the head classical musicians of France who all voted unanimously for A-432hz).

So far I’ve heard it rumoured that Joseph Goebbels first campaigned for the use of A-440hz in 1939. He was unsuccessful. Since, however, in 1953 – by an unknown, presumably unmusical, syndicate – it was decided and A-440hz became the standard concert pitch.

I’m going to look further into this, try and find some official sources and reputable links. Watch this space. If anyone can provide anymore information on this your comments would be immensely appreciated.

And may I wish all of you who have followed me on this educational journey for the last few months (almost 10,000 of you) a very…

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NEO NEUROPHONE SOLD OUT

April 29, 2019

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NEO NEUROPHONE SOLD OUT

April 29, 2019

The Neurophone Experience

514dJEGUaNL._SY679_ Click the doc’s pic to be whisked away to Amazon!

Our Indiegogo ended October 5, 2015, with a fab $1.6 million raised, for the NEO Neurophone. We sold out the entire 3,333 NEOs Dr. Flanangan allotted us. Yay BuzzBroz.com and PhiSciences.com.  What a team we make!

Soon as he’s better from the injury that caused him to miss his own release party in June, the doctor is raring to work on NEO 2.0. He shocked me when he said he wants to investigate the possibility of a $99 Neurophone, much more basic than NEO. Pat did his best on making a $99 Neurophone but failed to achieve 2013-2014 as he could not find the right American maker at that price point. Still his striving to reach $99 gave us the $444 NEO, a great improvement in quality and features at a 45% price reduction over the NF3.

As of this…

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Chris Hedges and Aaron Mate: Russiagate–One of the Most Shameful Periods in Modern American Journalism

April 20, 2019

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Behind the Assange Saga: Radicalized by Frustration

April 13, 2019

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Behind the Assange Saga: Radicalized by Frustration

April 13, 2019

William M. Arkin Online

Yesterday morning, with news of Julian Assange’s arrest, I wrote the below piece for The Guardian (US), trying to explain that the real reason that the U.S. government was moving on Assange NOW had nothing to do with the 10-year old case of Chelsea Manning nor WikiLeaks’ role in the 2016 election. The news people at The Guardian passed on the article, as did the Daily Beast. I didn’t really get a reason from The Guardian, but the editor at the Daily Beast wrote: “We don’t have the bandwidth tonight to sort through your sourcing, or to separate out the parts of this that immediately make sense from the ones that seem, at least here, offputting.” Some others offered to publish, and no disrespect to them, but I decided to just publish the piece here because I wanted to add a little explanation and analysis.

The core of…

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PERCEPTION FOR THE DAY ~ Caitlin Johnstone on The Establishment’s Control Narrative for Tulsi Gabbard

April 7, 2019

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PERCEPTION FOR THE DAY ~ Caitlin Johnstone on The Establishment’s Control Narrative for Tulsi Gabbard

April 7, 2019

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“When Tulsi Gabbard first announced her candidacy I predicted that she’d have the narrative control engineers scrambling all over themselves to kill her message, and it’s been even more spectacular than I imagined.  I don’t agree with everything she says and does, but by damn this woman is shaking up the establishment narrative matrix more than anybody else right now.”

~Caitlin Johnstone

~via https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2019/03/13/colbert-smears-tulsi-gabbard-to-her-face-while-telling-zero-jokes/

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