Monthly Archives: January 2014

Pavlov’s Many Dogs

On a recent radio appearance the discussion centered around the publics perceptions of Obamacare/ACA. A caller was asked for their thoughts and here’s their response:

“…a,…well, I guess my biggest surprise was the cost,…I mean like,…they expect me to pay for it? There’s rich people fly’n around in airplanes and they expect me to pay for healthcare? Now that’s just not right in a country that has so many wealthy people!”

Setting aside the simple truth that ACA is and has always been a concept that is unworkable, this one response illustrates precisely why the act will not work; no one who wanted it ever expected to pay for it!

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ON AIR with Host Joe Galuski of WYSR 106.9

Joe Galuski of 106.9WYSR, Syracuse, NY anchors a top morning show and we’re always delighted to share-the-air with him. Curtis Greco will go OnPoint with Joe this morning at 8:20 AM (EST) covering a few of the Day’s HOT TOPICS so be sure and Tune-In! Catch the show in-market or streaming “Live” online at

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Projected Bailout Costs of ACA

The Congressional Budget Office estimated that ACA will cost the government (that’s code for: “YOU”) $1.7 trillion over the next decade; that’s approximately $107 billion per year. Unfortunately, that doesn’t include the component of ACA that “reinsures” the insurance companies for their operating losses and considering that, to appease Mr. Obama, the companies will keep premiums as low as possible as it is quite easy to project the losses. Taking into account the various components, participation rates, premiums paid, claims-made factors and so on by 2015 the bailout would be no less than $152 billion on top of the already projected $107 billion and that doesn’t include the individual state run exchanges.

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Bill of Rights and the Silent 9th

As the detachment of the American people from their unalienable rights continues under the mythological premise of national security drones – the likes of Pat Leahy (D-VT) as an example – promise you the preservation of freedom so long as you surrender liberty. Let’s get this straight; there is no such thing as National Security if the price is the surrender of your most basic liberties. End of story! Key amendments such as the First thru Fifth are precious however there is one, I challenge, that is just as critical:

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage other retained by the people.”

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Humpty Dumpty

Funny thing about eggs, you won’t detect a crack until it’s broken. Stranger still is whether or not a security or surveillance apparatus will detect itself as a threat?  What we do know is that American’s should concern themselves with the near total loss of a fundamental freedom that binds the entirety of U.S. Bill of Rights; the unalienable right of personal sovereignty as all the kings’ horses and all the kings men will never, willingly, give it back to you again.

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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