Posted on October 8, 2010 by nobiscuit
BLUF: US District court judge rules the individual mandate is a constitutional method of the government to control costs.
I will check out the actual decision as soon as i have a chance but according to the story it seems the judge found that absent the mandate some people would wait until they were sick and then get insurance (duh).
If that is an accurate then I have a philosophical problem with it. In short it penalizes one group (those who dont buy insurance) in order to deter another group. It presumes that all people who dont buy insurance will engage in the conduct they want to dissuade.
Also it was never really in doubt why the government made the individual mandate, but rather can the government regulate non-activity. The story kind of glosses over the logic supporting the decision, whch is another reason I can’t wait to read the full decision.
Story is here.
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Posted on September 17, 2010 by nobiscuit
It is more likely than you think.
Actually MTV is being sued with references to the RICO act not for the first time, but at least a second time this year.
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Posted on September 2, 2010 by nobiscuit
And maybe a backflip too.
As many of you (okay the three of you who have found this blog) may be aware the United States recently passed a rather long series of laws, regulations, restrictions, and other named things relating to the health insurance industry.
Very little in that law actually had to do with health care, it was really about the health insurance, so I refuse to call it a health care law just as I would refuse to call a law about speeding a tire life longevity law, just because it might affect tire life doesn’t mean that is what it is about. Continue reading
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Posted on August 30, 2010 by nobiscuit
Okay, now that I have pissed off every single person who has ever been a private security officer (including a few relatives), here is why:
They aren’t police, but some have seen The Shield and think that is how they are supposed to act.
So, anyway, seems there is a hospital that can’t keep their patients straight. In fact, it seems the outright SUCK at it, getting male car accident victims confused with female cancer patient 13 years their senior.
But, I’ve gotten ahead of myself.. Continue reading
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Posted on August 16, 2010 by nobiscuit
88 million dollars.
You have that much sitting in your bank account, I don’t.
Well num-nuts here, Alyson Reeves, must. Seems they figured to setup a own private WoW server, get sued, and not even bother to respond (pretty much the norm when one is stealing as blatantly as they were).
Now don’t get me wrong, Continue reading
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