I had a chance to interview Congressman Barry Loudermilk on the heels of the Senate's failure to pass a repeal or a replacement of the Affordable Care Act. We also discussed the possibility of this same debacle occurring when Congress goes to tackle tax reform. We wrapped up the interview with a discussion about the… Continue reading Congressman Barry Loudermilk discusses the failed healthcare reforms, tax reform and budgeting
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Alan Sanders interviews Congressman Barry Loudermilk
As part of my radio duties, I have had the honor and privilege of cultivating relationships with many leaders in my community, including several elected members of the Georgia State House and Senate as well as our District 11 U.S. Representative Barry Loudermilk from the state of Georgia. With the start of the 115th Congress,… Continue reading Alan Sanders interviews Congressman Barry Loudermilk
ICYMI: Why we looked back while keeping eye on midterms
The holidays have come and gone. College football has a new BCS champion. The NFL wildcard games lived up to their name and the Superbowl is just around the corner. 2014 is underway and this will be a huge year in terms of politics in our nation with the midterms elections set for November. Many… Continue reading ICYMI: Why we looked back while keeping eye on midterms
Looking back on 2013
As we look back on 2013, and ahead to what’s to come, we tend to take stock – an inventory, if you will, of what we have learned, experienced, and overcome. It is a time to evaluate one’s self. We look in literal and figurative mirrors and write ourselves a critical year’s end report. As… Continue reading Looking back on 2013
ObamaCare: Gives You The Right To Mandatory HealthCare
“Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” – George Washington This morning I woke up to a beautiful wife, a warm shower and a screaming baby. And you know why? - Because of my own choices. I strapped my son… Continue reading ObamaCare: Gives You The Right To Mandatory HealthCare
When did we allow His Excellency to change us into an autocracy?
I spent a good portion of Thursday away from my computer. Car troubles can do that to a person's free time. As the early afternoon gave way to the end of the school day, I suddenly got a text message from my writing partner here at Freedom Cocktail asking where I've been all day? He… Continue reading When did we allow His Excellency to change us into an autocracy?
We remind you: healthcare is not a right
With the problems surrounding both the launch of the Healthcare.gov website and all of the unintended consequences surrounding the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare), it is important to remember that healthcare, in and of itself is not a right. Just because we "want" something or feel we are "owed" something, does not make is… Continue reading We remind you: healthcare is not a right
It’s about time
It's about time. There is new legislation going through the halls of Congress to help protect drivers, especially those with pre-existing damage or points on their license, to get the car insurance they deserve. The focus is to provide affordable coverage for more middle income families. The Americans Bravely Requiring Affordable Car and Driver Adjustments By… Continue reading It’s about time