Patrick Collins, a partner and managing director at Greenspring Wealth in Towson, Md., launched an external blog, not knowing what to expect. So, Jon Ferchen asked Collins to share his blogging experience to give an idea of what’s involved and where to focus.
Opinion and commentary: Racy video and image from same-sex group wrap the joys of Obamacare and promiscuous behavior in the joy of the Christmas season.
Opinion: Robert McCartney, writing in the proudly liberal and Democrat-supporting Washington Post, concisely explains why Md. Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown (D) will be the state’s next governor, despite his oversight of the state’s …
It pointless to discuss the problems with the Obamacare rollout or whether or not President Obama lied about Americans keeping their insurance policies when nearly 4 million have already received cancelation letters.
The White House announced Wednesday that the federal health insurance exchange, healthcare.gov, and the state exchanges combined enrolled slightly more than 106,000 individuals during its first month.
When you own your own agency, it is really easy to coast. You can do it for years; don’t change much, keep the big clients happy and watch the revenue roll in. However, as consistently as it rolls in, it’s unlikely to grow. Businesses that don’t grow start to contract eventually, unless you start to put the work in.
While Congress and President Obama play a shell game with one-sixth of the national economy – i.e. Obamacare – they ignore the OTHER federal programs that are promising to push the federal budget even closer to the edge of the bottomless pit of never-ending borrowing and skyrocketing deficits.
Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services secretary, testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today to explain problems with Obamacare, and, to a great degree, the “debacle” (her word, … Read →
HHS has decided to delay enforcement of the enrollment deadline for buying insurance as required by the Affordable Care Act in typical Washington fashion: Kicking the can down the road.
Avik Roy, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research who is regularly sought by news networks such as MSNBC, CNBC and Fox News, seems to have an answer as to why state and federal exchanges have crashed.