Unbiased Analysis of Today's Healthcare Issues

Secret to Winning Swing States in the Presidential Election

“Memo to Romney and Obama: First guy to come out publicly in favor of deposing Goodell will carry Wisconsin in November.” —Ryan Flippo, regarding NFL replacement referees blown call in Packers-Seahawks game (evidence). As a lifelong Packers fan and Wisconsin native, this may not be far from the truth.

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Health Care in the NFL

The National Football Post has an interesting article on health care for NFL players.  Like all individuals, health care for NFL players takes on two broad forms: preventive and treatment. Unlike most individuals, the forms of prevention are different. When the NFL union and teams argue over preventive care, this does not revolve around vaccinations […]

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SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS!

In honor of the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl victory, all health care related posts have been suspended for the day.  Instead you can learn about: The Packers fourth Super Bowl victory in franchise history. Aaron Rodgers being named the Super Bowl MVP. Injuries couldn’t derail the Pack. Charles Woodson’s impassioned halftime speech. The Green […]

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William Henderson Inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame

Today it was announced that my favorite football player, William Henderson, will soon be inducted into the the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.  Henderson was a fullback on the Packers Super Bowl team in 1997.  He also made the Pro Bowl in 2005. News release. William Henderson Wikipedia page. Career Statistics.

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The Favre Double Standard

I am sick of Brett Favre.  As a former Packers fan, he used to be one of my favorite football players.  Now I can’t stand the guy.  I will play; I won’t play; I will play.  Urrgh. Today I want to talk about Favre’s “love of the game.”  To entice Favre to return to football, […]

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