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  • WATCH: "Beating Obamacare" Author Betsy McCaughey at Bloggers Briefing

    Betsy McCaughey’s opening chapter of her new book says it all: Obamacare is here to stay, at least in the near future.

    With that thought in mind, the constitutional scholar, patient advocate, and former New York lieutenant governor will join us at tomorrow’s Bloggers Briefing to share her secrets for “Beating Obamacare: Your Handbook for Surviving the New Health Care Law,” the title of her new book. Dr. McCaughey is one of the best at explaining the implications of the 2,572-page law in terms Americans can understand.

    Also joining the Bloggers Briefing will be Yaneer Bar-Yam who will demonstrate how the government’s Renewable Fuel Standard is increasing the price of food, fuel and costing taxpayers billions in the process. (Here’s a short video.) The government mandate and speculation are even contributing to violence, unrest and foreign policy challenges. Dr. Bar-Yam is president of the New England Complex Systems Institute and highly regarded physicist.

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