What does Obamacare change for pharmacy technicians?

If you are a pharmacy technician you might be wondering how ObamaCare is going to change your life. For sure, it will change your life for better. The Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare aims to enhance...
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Red and Blue Scare

Partisan America is more “purple” than pundits tell you Shortly after election day 2000, USA Today published its now infamous map of the results, with counties voting for George W. Bush...
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Shock and Awe

What Russia tells us about Iraq Horrific attacks on major population centers. Urgent demands to aggressively root out terrorists. Disregard for political processes. A provoked cycle of violence. This...
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Red State Harbingers

Are the Herseth and Chandler wins a harbinger of Democratic House gains in 2004? It may have escaped the notice of all but the hardest-core political junkies and professionals, but last week a photogenic...
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Let’s Get Serious About Getting Serious

Asking hard questions Recently, Wall Street Journal deputy editorial page editor Dan Henninger argued that it was time to “get serious” and put the war on terror at the forefront of the 2004...
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Partial-Truth Abortion

Phony issues, disingenuous arguments In honor of  Tuesday’s ruling by a federal court judge that struck down the Partial Birth Abortion Ban, I thought perhaps we should review all the ways in which...
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Showdown in the Cafeteria

Catholic Democrats are mad as heck At least it’s all out in the open now. For the past two decades, pro-choice politicians (primarily, but not exclusively, Democrats) have been threatened by their...
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The Wrong Man

How Paul Bremer bungled the occupation of Iraq “You’re doing God’s work.” That is the more than charitable accolade I received several times from Retired Lt. Colonel Bill Cowan,...
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How to Lose Friends and Not Influence People

Why does the Bush Administration view rising anti-Americanism in Europe as validation, rather than the danger that it is? Having just returned from giving a series of State Department-sponsored presentations...
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Hart-Rudman-Gingrich

The commission that makes Dr. Rice’s “structural” complaints laughable Gary Hart, Warren Rudman and, oh, just for good measure, how about Newt Gingrich? I feel a need to continue to...
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