Why does Obama claim that the public option will reduce insurance fraud?

Most insurance companies are private companies. They have a real interest in avoiding fraud because it undercuts profits. If there are frauds perpetrated on a private company who has a stake in preventing it how much more will it happen in a public policy. Nobody owns government money. There is usually very little oversight in […]

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Is there voter fraud in this election?

Does a private company own these machines and regulate the votes? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BHPFHxF9CU&feature=related This would make them a corporation, which Ron Paul opposes. He wants to get rid of corporate ownership of everything in America. This company would not want Ron Paul elected. He has so much support in his campaign and online, but when it […]

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Insurance Fraud buraeu (IFB)?

How professional is this private company? I hear they are not that professional. Are they succesful in court, or do they have a bad reputation when going to trial? In figuring out insurance fraud, models and mathematical expressions are derived to try to suspect fraud.

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social security fraud?

I have a "sister in law" who really needs to be turned in for fraud. she collects social security disability benefits for a bad back. Yet she goes to work with my brother every day 5, 6, 7 days a week installing carpet and doing heavy work around the house ( I know about the […]

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Is the Federal Reserve a Fraud?

Is this true? "The first misconception that most people have is that the Federal Reserve Bank is a branch of the US government. IT IS NOT. THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK IS A PRIVATE COMPANY. Most people believe it is as American as the Constitution. THE FACT IS THE CONSTITUTION FORBIDS IT’S EXISTENCE. Article 1, Section […]

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