Surprise, Surprise! Medical Billings – Finally Getting at the Greed.
I applaud the White House for the first ever effort to address cost instead of using an insurance scheme. That said, you are going to have to, using a legal phrase, hold healthcare providers’ “feet to the fire” on this because they will try to pad medical bills elsewhere. Now this is the important part of why they will. Read carefully. PART OF THE PROBLEM IS THE HEALTHCARE INVESTORS THEMSELVES. THEY COULD BE YOUR NEIGHBOR. YOUR BOSS, A FAMILY MEMBER. We are talking about usury and, quite frankly, greed. This is a complicated string of financial relationships with healthcare receivers, providers, insurers, middlemen and investors. Too many are taking a cut and some too big of a cut which is leaving the actual person needing care at their mercy. But, hey, think of all the vacations the other half is getting while you are losing your house.
Healthcare prices White House: https://www.facebook.com/WhiteHouse/videos/179127916340868/
Did you see what I didn’t get to see?
The tourism industry is going to morph from culture and heritage to Wellness tourism – something even I hadn’t considered. An article yesterday out of The Scotsman (which country is fast being destroyed from the inside out) touted this as the next big thing. Which means the Oligarchy know that they intend to destroy Western history and culture through migration and leave the West in scattered diaspora. But don’t worry. You can still get away from it all, sight-seeing about….how well you can be. Yoga on, Dude!
Scotland Aiming to Cash in on Wellness-Tourism: https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/outdoors/scotland-aiming-to-cash-in-on-wellness-tourism-in-new-campaign-1-4921887
The Forbidden Fruit At Our Universities: Sustainability Ain’t What It Used To Be
Using only that teacher who is too willing to regurgitate what she has been told that sounds good whispered in her ear so that she then persuades others who love her too much not to believe it too – It’s so simple. Its like offering a piece of fruit from a forbidden tree to those who should (and do) know better but, alas, also to children who don’t. Sustainability isn’t about living on a homestead and gardening for yourself anymore like you thought. If it is, you haven’t been properly indoctrinated yet. No exemptions (wink).
First Things: Allure of Sustainability: https://www.firstthings.com/article/2015/11/the-allure-of-sustainability
It starts with a lie and ends with a lie…
that gets syndicated through lying journalism. If you don’t like the truth – simply and boldly deny it and keep denying it. The way you have been indoctrinated to do.
From The Hill: “2020 Dems: Trump doesn’t deserve credit for the economy. Democrats running for president are readying themselves for questions about the strong economy and President Trump. Their answer: it’s Barack Obama’s economy.
Unemployment has fallen all the way to 3.6 percent and the stock market has boomed under Trump but Democrats say that good news is largely because of policies proposed by the former president, who they credit for turning around an economy in freefall when he became president.”
Please tell that to all the people who were in poverty for 8 long years – and then gradually, after President Trump is elected, they find themselves working out of it. That must have been some long term set up. (wink)
Trump Doesn’t Deserve Credit For the Economy: https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/443180-2020-dems-trump-doesnt-deserve-credit-for-the-economy
That’s it for this first edition of M. R.’s Daily! Which may turn into weekly…depending on M.R.’s health.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Melanie Reed is a journalist at large commenting on the crucial subjects of her day, fighting the battle against censorship of conservatives by the social media tech titans of her day. Her inspiration is G. K. Chesterton, a journalist who wrote a column for a periodical called “G. K.’s Weekly” in the early 1900s. “G. K.’s Weekly was a British publication founded in 1925 (with its pilot edition surfacing in late 1924) by seminal writer G. K. Chesterton, continuing until his death in 1936. Its articles typically discussed topical cultural, political, and socio-economic issues yet the publication also ran poems, cartoons, and other such material that piqued Chesterton’s interest. ” This is her version.