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Social Security and Medicare are rapidly paying out more than they are taking in. Is it time to completely revamp these programs for a “Plan for America?” The “Plan for America” is the brainchild of Terry Nager, a certified financial planner who devoted his time and resources to this proposal since 2004. Plan for America aims to take all the payrol…
 
Hospitals appear to be dragging their feet in posting their prices even though it’s required by a federal rule. The rule went into effect nearly one year ago on January 1, 2021. Several studies have found that the majority of hospitals have been “unambiguously non-compliant.” The Biden administration has shown signs of getting tough. This summer, i…
 
The Biden administration is in the process of making radical changes to the federal government’s family planning program, known as Title X. Planned Parenthood, the National Abortion Federation, and the Guttmacher Institute have been trying to undo Trump administration efforts to prohibit tax dollars from funding abortions, a statutory prohibition. …
 
Hulu has released a new miniseries based on the best-selling non-fiction book, “Dopesick”. Jeff Singer, M.D., a surgeon and senior fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses what the presentation gets wrong: it wasn’t physicians who were solely responsible but government policies and top-down approaches that failed to address the root cause of substan…
 
It is amazing how many “coincidences” follow COVID-19. First, we learn tens of thousands died from the virus. Then, it turns out many died from other causes but had the virus. Was this a coincidence? Or, was it done by design? Marilyn Singleton, M.D., J.D, has been keeping a sharp eye on many developments involving the pandemic. In addition to case…
 
Twila Brase, R. N., is the founder and president of Citizens Council for Health Freedom. She discusses whether there is an overcapacity crisis, where fired professionals will ultimately end up, whether patient safety has anything to do with the mandates, and how hospitals are coping with reduced staff. Are patients at risk? Certainly, when you show…
 
Nancy Cuzman, R.N., a 26-year veteran, lost her job at Tucson Medical Center because she decided the risks of the COVID-19 vaccine outweighed the benefits. As a 26-year veteran, Cuzman is not against vaccines, but she feels there are too many uncertainties about safety and effectiveness. The hospital system gave employees an ultimatum: get the shot…
 
This week, The Lancet made it clear how it regards the word “woman” in medical science. On its cover, it pulled a quote from an article describing women as “bodies with vaginas.” The mainstream media barely noticed. That’s likely because the media was too busy promoting the idea that if you decline receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, you’re a kook. In …
 
Stratis Morfogen is a third-generation restaurant entrepreneur who, for the first time in his career, is having to wear the hat of the vaccine mandate police if he wants to stay in business. This summer, New York City, and now Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New Orleans demand everyone to show proof of the COVID-19 vaccine to enter a restaurant, co…
 
President Biden shocked the nation on September 9th when he ordered, essentially, employers to fire workers who don’t get the COVID vaccine. The nation’s campuses had already been engaged in vaccine orders. Not only have colleges and universities been forcing employees and faculty to vaxx up, but tuition-paying students. Young Americans for Liberty…
 
Christina Herrin, government relations manager interviews Jonathan Emord, author, constitutional lawyer, and health freedom advocate. The discussion focuses on the newly approved Pfizer vaccine, mandatory vaccinations, and vaccine passports. Emord offers a unique perspective regarding the legality for COVID mandates and restrictions. Book Link: htt…
 
Physicians are fed up with the American Medical Association and its march leftward. This spring, the AMA released an 86-page document called “Organizational Strategic Plan to Embed Racial Justice and Advanced Health Equity,” the culmination of a two-year effort to address “past harms” of oppression. The document includes much of the parlance of cri…
 
Sen. Bernie Sanders lost the nomination for president, but the socialist-leaning independent’s sway is leading the nation into a single-payer health care system. Sanders chairs the Senate Budget Committee, giving him influence over Biden’s infrastructure bill. A huge chunk of Biden’s $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill is massive spending on governme…
 
Patients and doctors alike love Direct Primary Care (DPC). Patients pay a monthly flat fee for continued care with a primary care doctor, access to low cost drugs, and imaging and lab services. Physicians love DPC because they no longer have to deal with the hassles of third-party payers. So how is it that only one percent of practicing physicians …
 
Christina Herrin is joined by Dr. Tony Dale, founder and chairman of Sedera Health, to discuss his new book The Cure for Health Care. The discussion focuses on free market solutions to our country’s greatest health care challenges and the need to reform our broken system. Health care should be affordable, accessible, and patient centered. Dr. Dale …
 
Employers are firing workers who choose not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The New York Times reports two unvaccinated workers lost their jobs at CNN. Tyson Foods announced that the COVID-19 vaccine is a condition of employment. Microsoft, Google, Disney and to some extent, Netflix, Uber, and Walmart have similar policies. Why are employers taking th…
 
Okay, listen. We don't even feel like reading right now but that's kinda the whole point of the bookcast SO we're gonna take our time with this one. We've got some preliminary thoughts on chapters 1-4 and we're changing things up since this is our first non-fiction/theory read. Also, it was a pretty noisy night at Willow's and we're drinking again.…
 
The government campaign taking place to push COVID-19 vaccines is unprecedented. There are constant advertisements, sweepstakes, threats of job loss, more masks, and now, door-to-door visits. Instead of focusing on the why, this podcast will focus on the how. Specifically, informed consent. What is it? Is informed consent a legal or ethical obligat…
 
Christina Herrin, government relations manager at The Heartland Institute, interviews Dr. Tony Dale, founder of Sedera.com, a medical cost-sharing community helping businesses and individuals handle their medical costs. The discussion focuses on alternatives to government run health care. Read more: https://insidesources.com/u-s-needs-a-personal-he…
 
Health care is “free” in Canada, but there is a catch. In Canada, it’s hard to make timely appointments for specialty care. SecondStreet.org, which is based in Canada, has been tracking patient data in Canadian provinces related to delayed surgeries and COVID-19. SecondStreet.org has documented 2,256 cases of patients who died while waiting for wha…
 
What a wild time. Get ready for fireworks, (book) ASMR, Rocio's cat meowing and so much more! We hope y'all enjoyed this book, we did for sure– and we're back on schedule. Our next book is Glitch Feminism by Legacy Russell and Ep 8 will be out 8/5. Turn the page with us: FB/IG/Goodreads: @wereadbookcast YouTube: That's What We Read Bookcast Email u…
 
How did Anthony Fauci find the time in such a demanding job to devote what amounts to a public appearance every day of the year? Since January 1, 2020, Dr. Fauci participated in 354 television, radio, podcast, and online interviews, including lectures, panel discussions, speeches, and press conferences. This doesn’t include his book deal, forthcomi…
 
Took us long enough, right? We're FINALLY covering HIAYLM with all the tangents you're used to! Also, Rocio got a "That's what she said" button– so get used to that now. Our next book is THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET by Sandra Cisneros. Episode 7 will be out July 5th! Turn the page with us: FB/IG/Goodreads: @wereadbookcast YouTube: That's What We Read …
 
Cases of COVID-19 have been the lowest since testing began – fewer than 15,000 cases a day, according to the New York Times. Can this be attributed to the mass vaccine campaign, or are a number of Americans naturally immune to the disease? If they are, why is it important they know? Joel Hirschhorn, is an investigator and author of Pandemic Blunder…
 
COVID-19 demonstrated how easily Americans accept lockdowns, masks, social distancing, and experimental vaccines for those not at risk of dying from the disease. What happened? How did Americans become so afraid of one another? Emina Melonic explores this issue in her latest article, entitled Bleached New World, published by American Greatness. Mel…
 
Christina Herrin interviews Sarah Anderson, director of policy for FreedomWorks. Herrin and Anderson discuss COVID-19 truths, vaccine passports, and wasteful government spending. The COVID-19 pandemic led to power grabs by Washington bureaucrats. Americans are tired of the lies coming from the Swamp.…
 
What is even going on? We didn't finish History Is All You Left Me in time, Rocio graduated from grad school and Willow had a birthday. BUT WE'RE BACK! When will we learn to stop recording at night? Turn the page with us: FB/IG/Goodreads: @wereadbookcast YouTube: That's What We Read Bookcast Email us at wereadbookpod@gmail.com WEBSITE COMING SOON! …
 
Congress is preparing to revamp health care with either a “public option” or a reduced age to qualify for Medicare. Melissa Davert shares why this move will be to the detriment of those with significant health care needs. Davert and her college-aged, twin children have osteogenesis imperfecta, a condition that makes bones fragile, causes heart and …
 
This week, the CDC said it is all right to shed the mask indoors if you are vaccinated. Before that, there was a report that changed its mind on how COVID is spread, whether through aerosols or droplets. Then, the FDA pulls the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, only to give it the green light weeks later with no restrictions. No wonder the public is con…
 
Welcome to the first epilogue! These episodes will contain all the extra stuff that didn't make it into the main episode. Important takeaways from this episode: Rocio is getting her Master's, it really do be like that, sometimes just cry it out and capitalism ain't it. Plus, Willow drops some books recs at the end. Stay tuned for episode 5 and hope…
 
We try to get through our *incomplete* notes, chat about how women are written in the book, why we keep choosing books about men who're #struggling and Rocio even drops a pro tip for book buyers! Are Barnes & Noble and Amazon the same thing? Anyone know how to pronounce the author's last name correctly? Please help! Our next book: History Is All Yo…
 
We chat about the movie adaptation (and the inaccuracies), our thoughts, and the history behind terms "Indigenous," "Native/Native American," and "Indian." POPSUGAR prompt: a book written by an indigenous author. Episode 3 (The Alchemist) drops 5/5. Keep up with us! IG/FB/Goodreads: @wereadbookcast YouTube: That's What We Read: A Bookcast Email: we…
 
The first episode is finally here! Hear all about our thoughts on this "classic" book! We chat about the author, what was going on in the world around the time it was published, links to assassinations, and how we both missed a MAJOR plot point. Follow us on IG/FB and let us know what you thought! TW: sexual assault, mental illness, death…
 
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