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Repeal and Accept (Big Brother!)

“The firm precept of dialectic materialism, whether expressed as one step backward for two steps forward, or two short steps backward for one long step forward, has always made these concessions to the necessity of deception an absolute requirement and precaution in all Communist progress.” — Robert Welch, American...
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by Tom Gow | February 19, 2017 | No Comments

Part Four: Dr. Chartrand on the Recently Passed HealthCare Reform Bill

Why Survival of the Nation and Its Constitution Depend on Repeal of ObamaCare Editor’s Note: Freedom First Society commissioned a series of interviews with Dr. Max Stanley Chartrand, who formerly served on the DC-based Healthcare Equity Action League. In this segment, we are interested in his insights into the potential...
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by Staff | January 24, 2011 | No Comments

Part Three: Dr. Chartrand on the HealthCare Summit

Fighting Only the Tips While Ignoring the Icebergs Will Surely Sink the U.S. & Her Constitution Q: Hello, Dr. Chartrand. So much has happened since our last interview… A. Paul, it almost seems strange that we’re up against an even more formidable final push toward ObamaCare today than when we visited this...
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Partisan Politics Slow Socialized Medicine Drive

“Obama, Republicans Square Off at Health Care Summit” (CQ Politics, 2/26/10) FFS: With congressional elections just around the corner, Washington is responding to voter wariness over Democratic plans to “fix” health care. Article reports on latest partisan exchanges.
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by Staff | March 2, 2010 | No Comments

Unconstitutional Mandate 1

“That rock in the health-care road? It’s called the Constitution.” (George Will, The Washington Post, 1/14/10) FFS: “Leans” toward a principled defense, but no mandate for action.
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by Staff | January 28, 2010 | No Comments

Unconstitutional Mandate 2

“Mandate to buy health insurance might not be constitutional” (The Seattle Times, 1/19/10) FFS: Offers a weak defense of limited Republican government, but raises provocative arguments.
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by Staff | January 26, 2010 | No Comments

Part Two: Revisiting Dr. Chartrand on the Battle Over Obamacare

Q: Hello, Dr. Chartrand. The healthcare debate has heated up tremendously since our last interview. What are your thoughts? A: Hello, Paul. Yes, much has transpired since our interview of more than four months ago. Two things come immediately to mind. First, the vast majority of taxpayers in this country...
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by Staff | December 10, 2009 | No Comments

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