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Meghan McCain Suffered a Miscarriage: 'My Father Is Holding His Granddaughter in His Hands'

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media thumbnail Meghan McCain is opening up about suffering a miscarriage. The View co-host, 34, penned an op-ed for the New York Times , in which she revealed she was expecting a baby girl. “I knew I was pregnant before I formally knew I was pregnant. My body told me in all the ways women are familiar with,” recalled McCain, who married husband Ben Domenech in November 2017. “It told me in the same ways that I was miscarrying.” The daughter of late senator John McCain also called her miscarriage a “horrendous experience,” adding, “I would not wish it upon anyone.” McCain, who previously told PEOPLE she was under pressure to have a baby when her father battled stage-four brain cancer, said her pregnancy was unexpected. “The surprise of learning I was pregnant, many months ago now, swiftly turned to joy. With that joy came all the questions, plans and aspirations that every mother knows,” she shared, later writing, “For a brief moment, I had the privilege of seeing myself in the sisterhood of motherhood.” RELATED: Meghan McCain Congratulates Brother Jimmy for His Baby on the Way: ‘I’m Gonna Be an Aunt Again!’ However, when her miscarriage happened, McCain placed blame on herself, calling her body “a rock-strewn wasteland in which no child may live.” “This is my fault,” she said. “I blamed myself. Perhaps it was wrong of me to choose to be a professional woman, working in a high-pressure, high-visibility, high-stress field, still bearing the burden of the recent loss of my father and facing on top of that the arrows that come with public life.” McCain added, “I blamed my age, I blamed my personality. I blamed everything and anything a person could think of, and what followed was a deep opening of shame.” RELATED: What to Know About Dealing with a Miscarriage — and the Chances of Getting Pregnant Again Sierra Blanco Photography Revealing that the loss occurred a few weeks ago, McCain wrote that she will always have “love for my child.” “I had a miscarriage. I loved my baby, and I always will. To the end of my days I will remember this child — and whatever children come will not obscure that,” she wrote. “I have love for my child. I have love for all the women who, like me, were briefly in the sisterhood of motherhood, hoping, praying and nursing joy within us, until the day the joy was over.” The star concluded her op-ed with a sweet message about her late father, who died last August  at age 81. “When my father passed, I took refuge in the hope that someday we would be united in the hereafter,” she said. “There is my father — and he is holding his granddaughter in his hands.” McCain also shared her op-ed on Twitter, writing, “I hope you will share my piece in the New York Times with someone who will be helped by it.” Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Meghan McCain reveals she suffered a miscarriage

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19.7.2019 22:14
Francesca Bacardi
Meghan McCain reveals suffered miscarriage

enclosure image "But inside, I am dying. Inside, my baby is dying." Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism

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Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism It’s been a little while, but Meghan McCain and Joy Behar were back at it on The View on Friday morning.Discussing the President Trump’s mild attempts to distance himself from the “Send Her Back!” chants directed at Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) following his repeated racist taunts of congresswomen of color, McCain said that this has been “an extremely painful week.”“I have gotten a lot of interesting phone calls from a lot of people that I don’t normally hear from about, what are we going to do?” McCain noted. “Because this is this bad. This, I do think is one of those moments much like Charlottesville that will stand in memory, and my answer to Democrats is, if you can’t beat this, what are you doing? Because this shouldn’t be this hard to beat.”The liberal Behar, meanwhile, waved her hands while declaring, “I don’t know,” prompting McCain to double down and ask what it says about Democrats if they can’t beat Trump’s “blatant racism.”How the Ilhan Omar Marriage Smear Went From Fever Swamp to Trump“I must take issue with that,” Behar replied. “Because when he was running he was blatantly racist and he won, right?”McCain, for her part, felt that this was similar to the president’s 2016 campaign strategy of ginning up racism and xenophobia, but this time “on acid.”Co-host Ana Navarro, a one-time Republican strategist, went on to commend the conservative McCain for “having called this racism” before emotionally lashing out at prominent Republicans with immigrant roots or connections for hypocritically standing by the president.“She has real raw emotion,” McCain said after Navarro sounded off. “You’re not the first person I have seen like this this week. A lot of people, and hardworking conservatives I know are very, very, very upset.”Behar, however, was far from impressed, sarcastically saying, “I’m so sorry to hear that,” before asking: “Why don’t they open their mouths?”This prompted McCain to snap back that “some of them are private citizens and friends of mine who don’t have the kind of platforms we do,” leading Behar to respond that she’s not talking about them but instead high-profile Republicans.This didn’t stop McCain, though, as she continued to insist that her “personal friends” are really upset before highlighting one in particular.“I’m sorry my friend Sara in Scottsdale doesn’t have the same platform I do,” the former Fox News personality huffed.“We’re not referring to them,” Navarro countered. “We’re referring to Mitch McConnell.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism

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Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism It’s been a little while, but Meghan McCain and Joy Behar were back at it on The View on Friday morning.Discussing the President Trump’s mild attempts to distance himself from the “Send Her Back!” chants directed at Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) following his repeated racist taunts of congresswomen of color, McCain said that this has been “an extremely painful week.”“I have gotten a lot of interesting phone calls from a lot of people that I don’t normally hear from about, what are we going to do?” McCain noted. “Because this is this bad. This, I do think is one of those moments much like Charlottesville that will stand in memory, and my answer to Democrats is, if you can’t beat this, what are you doing? Because this shouldn’t be this hard to beat.”The liberal Behar, meanwhile, waved her hands while declaring, “I don’t know,” prompting McCain to double down and ask what it says about Democrats if they can’t beat Trump’s “blatant racism.”How the Ilhan Omar Marriage Smear Went From Fever Swamp to Trump“I must take issue with that,” Behar replied. “Because when he was running he was blatantly racist and he won, right?”McCain, for her part, felt that this was similar to the president’s 2016 campaign strategy of ginning up racism and xenophobia, but this time “on acid.”Co-host Ana Navarro, a one-time Republican strategist, went on to commend the conservative McCain for “having called this racism” before emotionally lashing out at prominent Republicans with immigrant roots or connections for hypocritically standing by the president.“She has real raw emotion,” McCain said after Navarro sounded off. “You’re not the first person I have seen like this this week. A lot of people, and hardworking conservatives I know are very, very, very upset.”Behar, however, was far from impressed, sarcastically saying, “I’m so sorry to hear that,” before asking: “Why don’t they open their mouths?”This prompted McCain to snap back that “some of them are private citizens and friends of mine who don’t have the kind of platforms we do,” leading Behar to respond that she’s not talking about them but instead high-profile Republicans.This didn’t stop McCain, though, as she continued to insist that her “personal friends” are really upset before highlighting one in particular.“I’m sorry my friend Sara in Scottsdale doesn’t have the same platform I do,” the former Fox News personality huffed.“We’re not referring to them,” Navarro countered. “We’re referring to Mitch McConnell.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism

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Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism It’s been a little while, but Meghan McCain and Joy Behar were back at it on The View on Friday morning.Discussing the President Trump’s mild attempts to distance himself from the “Send Her Back!” chants directed at Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) following his repeated racist taunts of congresswomen of color, McCain said that this has been “an extremely painful week.”“I have gotten a lot of interesting phone calls from a lot of people that I don’t normally hear from about, what are we going to do?” McCain noted. “Because this is this bad. This, I do think is one of those moments much like Charlottesville that will stand in memory, and my answer to Democrats is, if you can’t beat this, what are you doing? Because this shouldn’t be this hard to beat.”The liberal Behar, meanwhile, waved her hands while declaring, “I don’t know,” prompting McCain to double down and ask what it says about Democrats if they can’t beat Trump’s “blatant racism.”How the Ilhan Omar Marriage Smear Went From Fever Swamp to Trump“I must take issue with that,” Behar replied. “Because when he was running he was blatantly racist and he won, right?”McCain, for her part, felt that this was similar to the president’s 2016 campaign strategy of ginning up racism and xenophobia, but this time “on acid.”Co-host Ana Navarro, a one-time Republican strategist, went on to commend the conservative McCain for “having called this racism” before emotionally lashing out at prominent Republicans with immigrant roots or connections for hypocritically standing by the president.“She has real raw emotion,” McCain said after Navarro sounded off. “You’re not the first person I have seen like this this week. A lot of people, and hardworking conservatives I know are very, very, very upset.”Behar, however, was far from impressed, sarcastically saying, “I’m so sorry to hear that,” before asking: “Why don’t they open their mouths?”This prompted McCain to snap back that “some of them are private citizens and friends of mine who don’t have the kind of platforms we do,” leading Behar to respond that she’s not talking about them but instead high-profile Republicans.This didn’t stop McCain, though, as she continued to insist that her “personal friends” are really upset before highlighting one in particular.“I’m sorry my friend Sara in Scottsdale doesn’t have the same platform I do,” the former Fox News personality huffed.“We’re not referring to them,” Navarro countered. “We’re referring to Mitch McConnell.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Meghan McCain erupts after she gets called out for whining that her GOP friends are ‘very upset’ about Trump

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“The View” erupted into a shouting match over President Donald Trump’s racist smears of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and other Democratic congresswomen, even though all the panelists seemed to agree his remarks were abhorrent. Co-hosts Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin blasted “self-righteous hypocrite” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for defending the president’s comments, and Meghan McCain […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare

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Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare (Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration can expand the sale of short-term health insurance policies that don’t meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act, a federal judge ruled, advancing the government’s efforts to undo Obamacare.U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington rejected challengers’ claims that policies sold under a government regulation unlawfully undermine the ACA, passed by Congress in 2010 to make comprehensive coverage more widely available regardless of a consumer’s pre-existing health conditions.“Not only is any potential negative impact” from the rule “minimal, but its benefits are undeniable,” Leon wrote in a 40-page ruling. He said there’s no evidence the rule “is having or will have the type of impact -- substantial exodus from the individual market exchanges -- that would threaten the ACA’s structural core.”Shares of companies that sell short-term health policies, including Health Insurance Innovations Inc. and eHealth Inc., jumped on news of the decision.Trouble for Republicans?The ruling allows insurers to offer far cheaper plans to healthy people, freed from the ACA’s protections for those with pre-existing conditions as well as from its other requirements. That could lead to higher premiums for people in ACA-compliant plans by siphoning off healthier consumers from the ACA risk pool over time -- and potentially to a political headache for Republicans on an issue that fueled the Democratic takeover of the House last year.The judge based his ruling partly on the elimination of the individual-mandate tax penalty in the GOP’s 2017 tax law. Some Republican senators have since said they didn’t intend their vote to undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions.Susan Collins of Maine was the only Republican to vote for a Democratic resolution opposing the short-term plan regulation in October.“It is essential that individuals who suffer from pre-existing conditions are covered,” she said then.Two years after Senator John McCain gave the thumbs-down to his Republican colleagues’ effort to repeal the ACA, the court case underscores the quickening tempo of the fight over President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement.Health Care DrumbeatIn March, another federal judge in Washington rejected the administration’s attempt to permit small businesses to band together to offer “association health plans” exempt from ACA rules, calling it “an end run around the ACA.” The same month, a third judge struck down administration-backed policies in Kentucky and Arkansas that required many people on Medicaid to work in order to maintain their eligibility for the health program for the poor.Meanwhile, a federal appeals court is weighing a request to overrule a Texas judge’s decision late last year to strike down the ACA in its entirety, a move supported by the Justice Department.Those suing to overturn the Trump administration’s short-term health insurance regulation argued that the rule, which took effect on Oct. 2, thwarted Congress’s intent by permitting the plans to last as long as 364 days and to be renewed for three years. The Obama administration had limited them to three months. Leon heard arguments in the case on May 21.The rule could create a longer-lasting alternative to ACA coverage that might lure healthier patients away from Obamacare, undermining the risk pools it depends on in offering its more comprehensive coverage, the plaintiffs argued. An attorney for the administration countered that there was a demand for policies cheaper than Affordable Care Act plans and that their availability hadn’t drawn people away from ACA coverage.What Congress Intended“No legislation pursues its purposes at all costs,” Leon wrote in rejecting the plaintiffs’ arguments. “To be sure, the ACA’s various reforms are interdependent and were designed to work together as features of the individual exchange markets. However, Congress clearly did not intend for the law to apply to all species of individual health insurance.”The initiative to expand short-term coverage arose in 2017 after the Senate failed in its push for ACA repeal. In an executive order, President Donald Trump called for expanding access to short-term coverage, describing those policies as exempt from the ACA’s “onerous and expensive insurance mandates and regulations.”Unlike Obamacare plans, the short-term policies don’t have to cover a standard set of essential benefits, and can be substantially cheaper. They also don’t have to pay out a minimum of 80% of the prem Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare

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Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare (Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration can expand the sale of short-term health insurance policies that don’t meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act, a federal judge ruled, advancing the government’s efforts to undo Obamacare.U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington rejected challengers’ claims that policies sold under a government regulation unlawfully undermine the ACA, passed by Congress in 2010 to make comprehensive coverage more widely available regardless of a consumer’s pre-existing health conditions.“Not only is any potential negative impact” from the rule “minimal, but its benefits are undeniable,” Leon wrote in a 40-page ruling. He said there’s no evidence the rule “is having or will have the type of impact -- substantial exodus from the individual market exchanges -- that would threaten the ACA’s structural core.”Shares of companies that sell short-term health policies, including Health Insurance Innovations Inc. and eHealth Inc., jumped on news of the decision.Trouble for Republicans?The ruling allows insurers to offer far cheaper plans to healthy people, freed from the ACA’s protections for those with pre-existing conditions as well as from its other requirements. That could lead to higher premiums for people in ACA-compliant plans by siphoning off healthier consumers from the ACA risk pool over time -- and potentially to a political headache for Republicans on an issue that fueled the Democratic takeover of the House last year.The judge based his ruling partly on the elimination of the individual-mandate tax penalty in the GOP’s 2017 tax law. Some Republican senators have since said they didn’t intend their vote to undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions.Susan Collins of Maine was the only Republican to vote for a Democratic resolution opposing the short-term plan regulation in October.“It is essential that individuals who suffer from pre-existing conditions are covered,” she said then.Two years after Senator John McCain gave the thumbs-down to his Republican colleagues’ effort to repeal the ACA, the court case underscores the quickening tempo of the fight over President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement.Health Care DrumbeatIn March, another federal judge in Washington rejected the administration’s attempt to permit small businesses to band together to offer “association health plans” exempt from ACA rules, calling it “an end run around the ACA.” The same month, a third judge struck down administration-backed policies in Kentucky and Arkansas that required many people on Medicaid to work in order to maintain their eligibility for the health program for the poor.Meanwhile, a federal appeals court is weighing a request to overrule a Texas judge’s decision late last year to strike down the ACA in its entirety, a move supported by the Justice Department.Those suing to overturn the Trump administration’s short-term health insurance regulation argued that the rule, which took effect on Oct. 2, thwarted Congress’s intent by permitting the plans to last as long as 364 days and to be renewed for three years. The Obama administration had limited them to three months. Leon heard arguments in the case on May 21.The rule could create a longer-lasting alternative to ACA coverage that might lure healthier patients away from Obamacare, undermining the risk pools it depends on in offering its more comprehensive coverage, the plaintiffs argued. An attorney for the administration countered that there was a demand for policies cheaper than Affordable Care Act plans and that their availability hadn’t drawn people away from ACA coverage.What Congress Intended“No legislation pursues its purposes at all costs,” Leon wrote in rejecting the plaintiffs’ arguments. “To be sure, the ACA’s various reforms are interdependent and were designed to work together as features of the individual exchange markets. However, Congress clearly did not intend for the law to apply to all species of individual health insurance.”The initiative to expand short-term coverage arose in 2017 after the Senate failed in its push for ACA repeal. In an executive order, President Donald Trump called for expanding access to short-term coverage, describing those policies as exempt from the ACA’s “onerous and expensive insurance mandates and regulations.”Unlike Obamacare plans, the short-term policies don’t have to cover a standard set of essential benefits, and can be substantially cheaper. They also don’t have to pay out a minimum of 80% of the prem Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare

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Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare (Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration can expand the sale of short-term health insurance policies that don’t meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act, a federal judge ruled, advancing the government’s efforts to undo Obamacare.U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington rejected challengers’ claims that policies sold under a government regulation unlawfully undermine the ACA, passed by Congress in 2010 to make comprehensive coverage more widely available regardless of a consumer’s pre-existing health conditions.“Not only is any potential negative impact” from the rule “minimal, but its benefits are undeniable,” Leon wrote in a 40-page ruling. He said there’s no evidence the rule “is having or will have the type of impact -- substantial exodus from the individual market exchanges -- that would threaten the ACA’s structural core.”Shares of companies that sell short-term health policies, including Health Insurance Innovations Inc. and eHealth Inc., jumped on news of the decision.Trouble for Republicans?The ruling allows insurers to offer far cheaper plans to healthy people, freed from the ACA’s protections for those with pre-existing conditions as well as from its other requirements. That could lead to higher premiums for people in ACA-compliant plans by siphoning off healthier consumers from the ACA risk pool over time -- and potentially to a political headache for Republicans on an issue that fueled the Democratic takeover of the House last year.The judge based his ruling partly on the elimination of the individual-mandate tax penalty in the GOP’s 2017 tax law. Some Republican senators have since said they didn’t intend their vote to undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions.Susan Collins of Maine was the only Republican to vote for a Democratic resolution opposing the short-term plan regulation in October.“It is essential that individuals who suffer from pre-existing conditions are covered,” she said then.Two years after Senator John McCain gave the thumbs-down to his Republican colleagues’ effort to repeal the ACA, the court case underscores the quickening tempo of the fight over President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement.Health Care DrumbeatIn March, another federal judge in Washington rejected the administration’s attempt to permit small businesses to band together to offer “association health plans” exempt from ACA rules, calling it “an end run around the ACA.” The same month, a third judge struck down administration-backed policies in Kentucky and Arkansas that required many people on Medicaid to work in order to maintain their eligibility for the health program for the poor.Meanwhile, a federal appeals court is weighing a request to overrule a Texas judge’s decision late last year to strike down the ACA in its entirety, a move supported by the Justice Department.Those suing to overturn the Trump administration’s short-term health insurance regulation argued that the rule, which took effect on Oct. 2, thwarted Congress’s intent by permitting the plans to last as long as 364 days and to be renewed for three years. The Obama administration had limited them to three months. Leon heard arguments in the case on May 21.The rule could create a longer-lasting alternative to ACA coverage that might lure healthier patients away from Obamacare, undermining the risk pools it depends on in offering its more comprehensive coverage, the plaintiffs argued. An attorney for the administration countered that there was a demand for policies cheaper than Affordable Care Act plans and that their availability hadn’t drawn people away from ACA coverage.What Congress Intended“No legislation pursues its purposes at all costs,” Leon wrote in rejecting the plaintiffs’ arguments. “To be sure, the ACA’s various reforms are interdependent and were designed to work together as features of the individual exchange markets. However, Congress clearly did not intend for the law to apply to all species of individual health insurance.”The initiative to expand short-term coverage arose in 2017 after the Senate failed in its push for ACA repeal. In an executive order, President Donald Trump called for expanding access to short-term coverage, describing those policies as exempt from the ACA’s “onerous and expensive insurance mandates and regulations.”Unlike Obamacare plans, the short-term policies don’t have to cover a standard set of essential benefits, and can be substantially cheaper. They also don’t have to pay out a minimum of 80% of the prem Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare

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Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare (Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration can expand the sale of short-term health insurance policies that don’t meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act, a federal judge ruled, advancing the government’s efforts to undo Obamacare.U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington rejected challengers’ claims that policies sold under a government regulation unlawfully undermine the ACA, passed by Congress in 2010 to make comprehensive coverage more widely available regardless of a consumer’s pre-existing health conditions.“Not only is any potential negative impact” from the rule “minimal, but its benefits are undeniable,” Leon wrote in a 40-page ruling. He said there’s no evidence the rule “is having or will have the type of impact -- substantial exodus from the individual market exchanges -- that would threaten the ACA’s structural core.”Shares of companies that sell short-term health policies, including Health Insurance Innovations Inc. and eHealth Inc., jumped on news of the decision.Trouble for Republicans?The ruling allows insurers to offer far cheaper plans to healthy people, freed from the ACA’s protections for those with pre-existing conditions as well as from its other requirements. That could lead to higher premiums for people in ACA-compliant plans by siphoning off healthier consumers from the ACA risk pool over time -- and potentially to a political headache for Republicans on an issue that fueled the Democratic takeover of the House last year.The judge based his ruling partly on the elimination of the individual-mandate tax penalty in the GOP’s 2017 tax law. Some Republican senators have since said they didn’t intend their vote to undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions.Susan Collins of Maine was the only Republican to vote for a Democratic resolution opposing the short-term plan regulation in October.“It is essential that individuals who suffer from pre-existing conditions are covered,” she said then.Two years after Senator John McCain gave the thumbs-down to his Republican colleagues’ effort to repeal the ACA, the court case underscores the quickening tempo of the fight over President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement.Health Care DrumbeatIn March, another federal judge in Washington rejected the administration’s attempt to permit small businesses to band together to offer “association health plans” exempt from ACA rules, calling it “an end run around the ACA.” The same month, a third judge struck down administration-backed policies in Kentucky and Arkansas that required many people on Medicaid to work in order to maintain their eligibility for the health program for the poor.Meanwhile, a federal appeals court is weighing a request to overrule a Texas judge’s decision late last year to strike down the ACA in its entirety, a move supported by the Justice Department.Those suing to overturn the Trump administration’s short-term health insurance regulation argued that the rule, which took effect on Oct. 2, thwarted Congress’s intent by permitting the plans to last as long as 364 days and to be renewed for three years. The Obama administration had limited them to three months. Leon heard arguments in the case on May 21.The rule could create a longer-lasting alternative to ACA coverage that might lure healthier patients away from Obamacare, undermining the risk pools it depends on in offering its more comprehensive coverage, the plaintiffs argued. An attorney for the administration countered that there was a demand for policies cheaper than Affordable Care Act plans and that their availability hadn’t drawn people away from ACA coverage.What Congress Intended“No legislation pursues its purposes at all costs,” Leon wrote in rejecting the plaintiffs’ arguments. “To be sure, the ACA’s various reforms are interdependent and were designed to work together as features of the individual exchange markets. However, Congress clearly did not intend for the law to apply to all species of individual health insurance.”The initiative to expand short-term coverage arose in 2017 after the Senate failed in its push for ACA repeal. In an executive order, President Donald Trump called for expanding access to short-term coverage, describing those policies as exempt from the ACA’s “onerous and expensive insurance mandates and regulations.”Unlike Obamacare plans, the short-term policies don’t have to cover a standard set of essential benefits, and can be substantially cheaper. They also don’t have to pay out a minimum of 80% of the prem Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.12.2016, 12:37

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 11. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 28.11.2016, 15:53

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 10. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 23.11.2016, 01:35

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 16.11.2016, 13:26

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.11.2016, 11:57

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Tomio Okamura

Tomio Okamura: Česká televize se chová jako utržená ze řetězu.

Tomio Okamura 15.07.2019, 11:20

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Tomio Okamura: Vlastenectví je hrdost, čest a odvaha - Tisková konference.

Tomio Okamura 15.07.2019, 10:50

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Tomio Okamura: Zdravice Marine Le Penové delegátům konference SPD.

Tomio Okamura 15.07.2019, 10:40

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Tomio Okamura: Zdravice Miloše Zemana delegátům konference SPD.

Tomio Okamura 14.07.2019, 22:01

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Tomio Okamura: Vlastenectví je čest, hrdost a odvaha.

Tomio Okamura 13.07.2019, 13:13

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REPORTÉŘI ČT - ZÁHADA PRO HNUTÍ ANO: Nikdo neví, čí je Agrofert.

Česká televize 11.06.2019, 11:29

ZÁHADA PRO HNUTÍ ANO: Nikdo neví, čí je Agrofert. Podívejte se na bonusové video k našemu dnešnímu vysílání. Reportéři ČT pondělí 10.6.2019 Celý díl pořadu Reportéři ČT: https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240021/ #reporterict #anketa #agrofert #zahada #babis #dotace #kauza
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24 hodin Evropa

Česká televize 07.05.2019, 10:00

Projekt 24 hodin Evropa vypráví příběh jednoho dne v Evropě z pohledu dnešní mladé generace. Bez přerušení, celých 24 hodin. Projekt o paralelních světech a jejich vzájemných rozporech, dokument o mladých Evropanech dnešní doby. Zatímco starší generace touží po návratu zpět, mladí by rádi vpřed. Jenže co přesně to znamená v případě generace dospívající v době vysoké nezaměstnanosti, vzrůstajícího nacionalismu, migrační krize i nových konfliktů na evropské půdě? Sledujte netradiční projekt v premiéře v našem iVysílání → http://bit.ly/2vqgtnj
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Okamura bije na poplach: Agresivní muslimský migrant v Praze volal Allah Akbar. Hamáček lže, že nejsou mezi námi!

20.07.2019, 11:55

O agresivním muslimském migrantovi a kriminálníkovi, jenž ve čtvrtek křičel v Praze na veřejnosti děsivé „Allah Akbar“, na svém facebooku informoval už značně rozčilený předseda SPD Tomio Okamura – zdůraznil, že ministr vnitra Jan Hamáček (ČSSD) i přesto nadále lže, když říká, že u nás žádní migranti nejsou. „Potenciální islámští teroristé jsou kousek od našich hranic a někteří se na našem území i pohybovali či dokonce možná i stále pohybují,“ varuje Okamura.
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To nemá obdoby! Zdeněk Škromach účtuje se Štěchem, Chovancem a dalšími křiklouny z ČSSD. A zásadně radí, jak vyřešit Šmardu

20.07.2019, 13:00

ROZHOVOR „Celá věc se zbytečně zdramatizovala. Bohužel k tomu přispěli významní představitelé sociální demokracie, kteří se nesmířili se vstupem do vlády. Překvapuje mě, že jsou to lidé, kteří ještě nedávno křičeli po jednotě strany. Ve chvíli, kdy to není podle jejich představy, tak jednota jde najednou bokem. Myjí Janu Hamáčkovi a vedení strany schody takovým způsobem, že to nemá obdoby,“ konstatuje v rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz sociálně demokratický matador Zdeněk Škromach.
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Facka rodinnému klanu Kroupů a Klímovi. Emocionální výkřiky, ale pravdu si neověří! Petr Žantovský varuje čtenáře a diváky. Na konkrétním pochybení

20.07.2019, 08:04

TÝDEN V MÉDIÍCH Za potřebné políčky pro mnohé novináře považuje Petr Žantovský dvě zprávy z tohoto týdne. Ty by nejen Josefu Klímovi a Mikuláši Kroupovi mohly pomoci k rozhodnutí, aby si dříve ověřovali to, o čem vypouštějí jednoznačné a emocionální výkřiky, aby se nezesměšňovali a neztráceli tak rychle kredit u veřejnosti. Do třetice všeho nevkusného zmiňuje mediální analytik některé komentáře veřejných figurantů k osmdesátinám Karla Gotta, z nichž pomyslné dno dosáhl dřívější gay pornoherec a nyní ředitel think-tanku Evropské hodnoty Jakub Janda.
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Nepřizpůsobení.cz. V Mostě právě vznikl projekt, který se nemusí líbit ombudsmance a obhájcům Romů

20.07.2019, 05:15

Dva Mostečané založili portál, který má bojovat proti „nepřizpůsobeným“. Lidé jim radí, ať s příživníky zatočí jako diktátorská Čína a vystaví kriminály. „Jak vystřižené z kapitoly o nálepkování,“ neodpustil si kritiku sociolog, který se zabývá romskou tematikou. Komunální politik odmítá, že chce stigmatizovat Romy, pro zkušenost se ale vydal do obce, kde právě oni převažují. „Můžeme jim říkat klidně šmoulové…“ Jedním z nápadů je nutit „nemakačenkům“ práci, kterou nelze odmítnout.
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To v ČSSD nepotěší: Šmarda není vhodný kandidát na ministra kultury, ohlásil Babiš

20.07.2019, 07:51

Sociální demokracie se ocitla na rozcestí – rozhoduje se, zda ve vládě setrvá, či odejde. Jmenování ministra prý není jediný problém, spory má s hnutím ANO ve více oblastech. Přesto premiér Andrej Babiš (ANO) podle svých slov nevidí žádný důvod, proč by měla jejich vládní spolupráce skončit. V rozhovoru pro Deník.cz sdělil své odhady, jak se situace po pondělním zasedání předsednictva ČSSD bude vyvíjet.
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Nebývalá ztráta vlivu východní Evropy v EU

Dmitrij Minin 19.07.2019, 01:10

Sebeúctu východoevropských členů Evropské unie bolestivě zasáhla dvě popíchnutí jejich západních partnerů, která vypovídají o podstatných názorových rozdílech a dokonce snad i o systémové krizi ve vztazích mezi východní a západní částí EU. Nejprve při hlasování o otázce návratu Ruska do Parlamentního shromáždění Rady Evropy (PACE) „stará Evropa“ (Německo, Francie) jednoduše přehlédla proti tomu protestující „novou Evropu“. Ještě větší šok následoval při výběru nových členů řídících orgánů EU. Poprvé od rozšíření unie nebyl do jejích vrcholných orgánů zvolen žádný kandidát z východní Evropy.
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Apollo – jedno velké výročí

Michal Brand 18.07.2019, 01:10

Máme týden významného výročí – let mise Apollo 11 na Měsíc (16. – 24. července 1969). Na povrch Měsíce vystoupili dva američtí astronauti Neil Armstrong a Buzz Aldrin. Letů k Měsíci a na Měsíc s lidskou posádkou uskutečnily USA v letech 1968 až 1972 celkem 8 (úspěšných).
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Dokonalý život zabíjí. Experiment na myších, který překvapil

Jana Divinová 17.07.2019, 01:10

V 60. a 70. letech minulého století provedl známý vědce John Calhoun z USA řadu zajímavých experimentů. Jeho nejzajímavější pokus byl ten, kde zkoumal, co se stane myším, kterým vybuduje dokonalý život.
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Pokrytectví o uprchlících

Eric Zuesse 16.07.2019, 02:07

Níže jsou uvedena dvě schémata z poslední výroční zprávy OSN o situaci uprchlíků ve světě, nazvané „Globální trendy UNHCR 2018“. Přestože tyto obrázky nezahrnují emocionální ránu ohledně mrtvoly utonulého dítěte - která byla nedávno vyplavena na pobřeží, když se jeho rodina pokoušela utéci ze země, kterou se USA a jejich spojenci „snažili osvobodit“ tím, že ji vybombardovali - každý z těchto dvou obrázků obsahuje mnohem větší a důležitější poselství, než jakákoli taková srdcervoucí fotografie nebo příběh. Pochopení těchto schémat však vyžaduje trochu větší dávku inteligence:
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Huawei, Putin a irácké zbraně hromadného ničení

Michal Brand 15.07.2019, 01:10

Americký prezident Trump před nějakým časem označil Huawei za ohrožení národní bezpečnosti, za firmu údajně zneužívanou čínskou vládou ke špiclování cizích zemí a cizích občanů a vlád. Považoval jsem to za tak jasně průhledné, že jsem k tomu vlastně ani nechtěl psát žádný komentář. Ale přečetl jsem si článek Benjamina Kurase „Co vlastně vyvádí ten rošťák Huawei?“ a ten mne motivuje k tomu, abych se ke kauze Huawei přeci jen vrátil.
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Dohoda, kterou nikdo nepřijme

Eric Margolis 13.07.2019, 21:19

Snaha prezidenta Donalda Trumpa o podvodný prodej Palestincům - s využitím peněz za ropu z Perského zálivu - byla doposud velkým neúspěchem, jak se dalo předpokládat. Takzvaná „Dohoda století“ se ukázala jako nečestný podvod.
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Evropská unie schválila nominaci čtyř nejvyšších státních úředníků

Thierry Meyssan 12.07.2019, 01:20

Vzhledem k tomu, že se Evropská unie stala nadnárodní strukturou prostřednictvím smluv a konvencí, jak mohou členské státy vybírat nejvyšší státní úředníky, kteří jim budou dávat příkazy? Ve skutečnosti to tak nedělají, ale spokojují se s tím, že akceptují volbu aliance NATO, tak jak ji prezentují Německo a Francie.
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Írán: Zadržení ropného tankeru Británií je „námořní pirátství“

Stephen Lendman 11.07.2019, 01:24

V době po 2. světové válce Británie byla a stále je přívěskem americké imperiální politiky - přijímá rozkazy, projevuje uznání a podřizuje se. Podle Úmluvy OSN o mořském právu (UNCLOS) je pirátství definováno takto:
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