Healthcare Reform Quick View 2017

Healthcare Reform Proposal Overview   Developing Legislation Relating to: Current Healthcare Effects on the Federal Government   This report will recommend that Medicare be revised to remain a four-part system; however,   but, the definitions of all four parts will be dramatically changed.   Medicare Part A- Under Part A the trust fund will still be … Continue reading Healthcare Reform Quick View 2017

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Healthcare Reform Proposal for 2017

Healthcare Reform Proposal Overview                                                               Written by: Edward M Horner                                                               Co-authors: Samuel Bailey Current Healthcare Effects on the Federal Government The Federal government has four primary programs for the delivery of healthcare services to the elderly, disabled, uninsured, poor, and children; these are Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, and the Affordable Care Act or ACA. Medicare … Continue reading Healthcare Reform Proposal for 2017

MEMO: Choices of Strategy against the Insurgent Forces of the Islamic State of the Levant (Jan 2016) written by Edward M Horner

  This memo will focus on the choices of action available to the United States and her allies focused solely on the Islamic State and the conflict it instigates. There are three overall main choices of actions available to the United States government in how it wishes to conduct its involvement against ISIL and the choices … Continue reading MEMO: Choices of Strategy against the Insurgent Forces of the Islamic State of the Levant (Jan 2016) written by Edward M Horner

The Loss of the Philippines and the Greatest Foreign Policy Blunder of the Obama Administration

  By Edward M. Horner   On October 20, 2016 President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, severed ties with the United States of America in self-proclamation of an alliance with Russia and China. Not since the loss of Philippines in 1941, by the Japanese, has the United States lost its key position in the Pacific. … Continue reading The Loss of the Philippines and the Greatest Foreign Policy Blunder of the Obama Administration