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Chris is a person with a questioning and inquisitive mind living in the United States, who believes another world is possible.

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Real Road to Single Payer, From ImagesAttr
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Strange Inconsistency Between WTO Rules and US Politicians' Proclamations on Single Payer Raises Dark Questions. It appears that WTO rules directly conflict with expansion of any public services not carved out from their rules in writing, especially single payer healthcare, raising questions as to whether there is a cover up going on by politicians and the insurance and drug industries, creating a false impression that the changes taking place are reversible by voting. Soon they wont be.
What will be the coming administration's healthcare policy- We already know!, From ImagesAttr
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, January 7, 2017
The GOP's "Healthcare Plan" was decided 20 years ago in the 90s by- the Clinton Administration There is a lot of speculation about what Trump will do in health care, but his path is already fairly clear if one looks at the US's long stated policies on trade in health care services. It will be called deregulation, but it actually will involve the most Byzantine and non-intuitive new regulations imaginable, which will be totally out of our hands! Changing so much so fast will mean disaster for most Americans finances.
Stamp out Privatization, From FlickrPhotos
(11 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, January 5, 2017
GOP Proposals on Healthcare, Social Security Abuse WTO Deal in Bad Faith to Hijack our Future Policy Irreversibly Republican proposals exploits traps in the World Trade Organization Agreement to strip away our protections from "Agreements to Privatize Everything".
Trojan Horse at TTIP demonstration in Europe. TTIP may hijack Jill Stein's green New Deal by making job stimulus impossible for US cities by including government procurement provisions that would make US infrastructure projects part of a common labor mark, From ImagesAttr
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 21, 2016
Trade Deals Disrupting Work World -One is WTO Proposal to Facilitate Opening of US + EU Markets to New Temp. Services A number of new trade treaty changes involving jobs are coming. An existing trade deals that has been hung up in negotiations for 20 years is getting a new lease on life, via a group of nations led by India who are pushing for trade facilitation on services, and new deals are coming All involving guest workers entry into traditionally high wage professions. They could block public health care and education,change Soc.Security
Fat Cat - Self Made/Fair Use, From ImagesAttr
(11 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, October 16, 2016
Allowing health insurance companies to "sell one policy across state lines" is a trap! In the Presidential debate recently, when asked what he would do to improve healthcare, Donald Trump's first response, was the suggestion that we allow the sale of one health care policy in all 50 states. Unfortunately that would lead to a major disaster in health care in the US, one which would be totally irreversible since we signed the GATS agreement as part of our entry into the WTO in 1995.
Ulysses and the Sirens, 1909 by Herbert James Draper, From ImagesAttr
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, October 15, 2016
A Rosetta Stone to Bad Policy and Bad Politics- Part One I think a great many of the most frustrating policy problems we are frustrated by today can be traced to Americans (and to a lesser extent Europeans) lack of knowledge of a process that arguably began with a little known 1995 trade agreement on services, (the WTO "GATS") and a specific definition used in both that agreement and many subsequent others, and its calculating, intentional ambiguity.
Series: The biggest Voter Disenfranchisement scheme ever (1 Articles, 888 views)