Losing Medical Coverage? You Have Options

If you or a loved one are among the millions of Americans losing employment, we extend our heartfelt sympathy and best wishes for rapid re-employment. Since you may now need to deal as an individual with medical coverage, we’re expanding below on some alternative means of obtaining coverage at a reasonable cost.

Lockdown Investing – Part 2

“I don’t have to tell you things are bad, everybody knows things are bad. It’s a depression. Everybody’s out of work or scared of losing their job.” Thus did Peter Finch in the 1976 movie classic Network define the day. He then prompted viewers to “get mad,” open their windows and shout “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!”

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Coronagate – Part 1, the Shutdown

The COVID-19 (“C-19”) virus originated in Wuhan, China, where the first network employing 5G technology recently became fully operational. Dr. Thomas Cowan speculated that the virus is a result of exposing human organisms to this new electromagnetic energy, noting that the Spanish Flu in 1917 and the 1968 Hong Kong Flu epidemics occurred under similar circumstances—following introduction of radio and radioactive satellites, respectively.

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Market Mayhem

As if ongoing U.S. political turmoil wasn’t enough, chaos hit the markets.

Common stocks. In what appears to be a “pause in trend,” stock markets everywhere were hit hard last week. The U.S. Dow-Jones Industrial average dropped 14%—from a Feb.

Cost-saving Medical Care Alternatives for 2020

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled December 18 that Obamacare’s individual mandate is unconstitutional, then kicked the case back to a lower court to determine which (if any) other parts of the Affordable Care Act (officially the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” or “PPACA”) can stand.

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DEW Drops

Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) may have added a new target type to its register: “community obliteration” … recorded in November in Paradise, California. The complete burn down (as part of the “Camp Fire,” in which 88 deaths were confirmed) of the community there is officially being blamed on PG&E, which as a result now faces bankruptcy (as does the State of California, following the cut off of FEMA disaster funds to cover losses from the fires).

Signatures observed by firemen on the ground in Paradise tell a very interesting story:

Warped and mangled steel, with every car scorched and every tire burned to oblivion.

Obamacare – Rest in Peace?

Responding to a lawsuit brought by attorney generals of 20 states, and led by Texas A/G Ken Paxton, Texas Judge Reed O’Connor ruled the Affordable Care act is Unconstitutional. The ruling cited Congress’ 2017 repeal of the individual mandate (a tax penalty for not buying insurance) as “inseverable from the ACA,” and hence grounds for nullifying the US Supreme Court’s rationale for deeming the ACA constitutional in 2012.

The case is certain to make its way back to the Supreme Court, whose vote in support of the government position (under heavy political pressure) in 2012 was excoriated by Justice Scalia (who later died under suspicious circumstances). The Justice Department has affirmed that it cannot defend the constitutionality of Obamacare.

Space-Faring America

Plans recently suggested by Trump sound like a great idea—except that we’ve been supporting a strong space presence for decades. Between 1998 and 2015, the Pentagon spent $21 trillion that is “unaccounted for.” Where did it go??

Trump may not be aware that starting in the 1950’s, alien technology was back-engineered and a space fleet was developed at Lockheed R&D “Skunkworks,” which director Ben Rich said in 1995 had “the means to travel among the stars… Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.