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Energy in the U.S.

Massive INFINITE Energy Spans Entire U.S. – Banyan Hill Publishing

The map below is the most incredible map you will ever see … it reveals a huge untapped energy reserve that spans the entire United States. Experts at the U.S. Department of Energy believe this fuel could provide America with a “30,000-year energy supply.” Goldman Sachs says this is a “power that’s virtually inexhaustible.”

Trump Suppotrers Don’t Care- If He breaks Campaign Promises

  1. Trump Promised to Keep America Safe

But Is He? He has proposed to cut programs Anti Terrior, Homeland Security and other related programs

Trump’s proposed budget slashes funding for critical anti-terrorism programs that help New York City law enforcement prevent and respond to devastating terror attacks like the one in Manchester England last week.  nydailynews

 

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll – May 2017: The AHCA’s Proposed Changes to Health Care – Medicaid

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll – May 2017: The AHCA’s Proposed Changes to Health Care – Medicaid

KEY FINDINGS: The American Health Care Act (AHCA) includes substantial changes to Medicaid – the program that provides coverage for medical care and long-term care services to low-income people. Overall, six in ten Americans (58 percent) say Medicaid is either “very” or “somewhat” important for them and their family – including a majority of Democrats (64 percent) and independents (57 percent) and nearly half (46 percent) of Republicans.

Points to Ponder

Never Take Advantage of Someone Who Loves You

NeverAvoid Someone Who Needs You

Never Betray The One Who Has Trust In You

Never Forget People That Always Remember You

Never Speak Ill Of a Person Who Is Not Present

R.J. Intindola- 1985

 

Chant at Trump protests and to make noise.

Chant at Trump protests and to make noise.

Jun 4, 2017

I taught this to Georgia 6th last month and they loved it. Chant at protests and to make noise.

Leader- Where are we?
Group- America (or USA)
Leader- What are we?
Group- Indivisible
Leader- What do we do?
Group- Resist – sometimes you can repeat the last sequence 3 times.

Rules to Resist the Trump Agenda

Rules To Resist The Trump Agenda

Ezra Levin, the Executive Director of the Indivisible Project, discusses the grassroots advocacy group’s latest attempts to counter the President’s agenda.

Words one would never associate with Don Trump

Words one would never associate with Don Trump

May 15, 2017

Deliberative

Truthful

Gentleman

Add your own-We will update periodically

 

Indivisible America-USA

A Tax Cut for the Rich

No matter what political party you belong to or if you’re an independent, you should be scared regarding the bill approved by the House of Representatives. There are numerous articles that explain the differences between the House plan and Obama care and therefore, I want to mainly focus on the underlying motive for House Republicans to pass their health care plan.

We should all quit calling the plan passed by the GOP, healthcare but instead refer to it as a massive tax cut for the wealthy and a redistribution of wealth from the poorest among us, to the top 2% in this country. The GOP plan reduces Medicaid by nearly $1 trillion. Medicaid monies are utilized to pay for healthcare that the poorest people would otherwise not be able to afford. The reason for the reduction in Medicaid and dramatic reductions in the health services provided to the number of people covered is to pay for the Trump tax plan. This diversion will further give the top 2% of the wealthiest Americans substantial additional income.

The Republican Party cannot proceed with the implementation of the tax cuts without paying for them. So they are diverting money currently budgeted for the poor and what some have called the reverse Robin Hood affect. A reduction in the provisions currently included within the Obama care substantially reduces medical costs and therefore the Medicaid funds currently utilized for healthcare, can be eliminated.

R.J. Intindola

Groups opposing the American Health Care Act

Groups opposing the American Health Care Act

Over 50 organizations oppose the proposed healthcare plan that will make Americans will pay more for less. The list includes nurses, doctors, hospitals, teachers, churches, and more. You can see a few here: AARP: AARP opposes this legislation, as introduced, that would weaken Medicare, leaving the door open to a voucher program that shifts costs and risks to seniors.

5 Things to Know About AHCA, the New House Republican Health Care Bill That Just Passed

5 Things to Know About AHCA, the New House Republican Health Care Bill That Just Passed

The Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare narrowly passed the House of Representatives on Thursday, advancing a plan that would gut health coverage for millions of Americans while delivering tax cuts to the rich.

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