Americans Care Now Offer the Discount Drug Network Prescription Card

Here at Americans Care we are thrilled to be able to announce that we now offer the Discount Drug Network Prescription Card. This card saved Americans over $5,000,000* last year on their FDA approved prescriptions The Discount Drug Network, comprises more than 66,000 chain and independent pharmacies, and provides cost savings on all FDA approved […]

We liked James Woods’ Tweet so much we asked Branco to turn it into a Toon!

When whiney liberals melt down over a decision by a Justice of the Supreme Court, you can only assume that the Justice was bang on the money. Can nothing stop the looney left from making it all about themselves? “Look at me, look at me” they all cry, competing for airtime on MSNBC and space […]

Jan. 6 hearings pushed back for as Schiff and committee “consider new evidence”

“The Select Committee continues to receive additional evidence relevant to our investigation into the violence of January 6th and its causes. Following tomorrow’s hearing, we will be holding additional hearings in the coming weeks. We will announce dates and times for those hearings soon,” the spokesperson said.  Initially, the committee was expected to hold its […]

High inflation forces some seniors to make tough financial choices

With consumer prices and inflation at 40-year highs and the Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) lagging, retirees are seeing their benefits stretched to the limit. The cost of borrowing will be getting more expensive for about 43 percent of older households who carry debt on consumer credit cards, according to a new survey by The Senior Citizens […]

AARP purports to represent seniors 50+, but whom do they really represent?

By Rick Manning           It might surprise people to learn that AARP members sign up to be marketed to by one of the largest insurance companies in America – United Healthcare.  And that AARP earned more than $1 billion dollars from royalties from this health insurer and other partners according to their 2020 tax reporting documents.  Of these royalties, […]

Will Hospitals Refuse Medicare in 2026? They Might.

The Medicare trustees issued their annual report last week, which outlines the troubled state of the $839 billion Medicare program.  Heads up. The Medicare trustees issued their annual report last week, buried under other “important” news from the Department of Health and Human Services—including the announcement of a new Office of Environmental Justice. Apparently, the administration is more interested […]

Here they come! Pied Biden and his growing caravan

According to FAIR,  FEDERATION FOR AMERICAN IMMIGRATION REFORM Migrants have formed a caravan north of the Mexico-Guatemala border, heading to the United States in what could become the largest migrant caravan in history. The immigration policy of President Biden appears to be a significant motivating factor for migrants in this caravan, with one Haitian man citing the end […]

Find the Cure – Cancer Trial Outcome Stuns!

Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center recently published the results of a trial which armed patients’ own immune systems to fight against a specific type of rectal cancer. In the trial, which had an initial small population of 14 patients to start, immunotherapy treatment was effective at shrinking and eliminating rectal cancer.  Experiment: Patients […]

Walking it Back with the “DC Clean Up Crew”

President Joe Biden is reportedly frustrated with his staff in the White House and their efforts to “rush to explain” something the president has said.  Report: Biden mad at staff for constantly walking back his gaffes — Aakansha Rao (@AakanshaRao_1) May 31, 2022 “The so-called clean-up campaign, he has told advisers, undermines him and smothers […]

Biden Administration to ‘Transform’ US Food System – What could possibly go wrong?

By Seton Motley We were more than a little concerned when we saw this…. Secretary Vilsack Announcing USDA Framework to Transform the the Nation’s Food System: “On Wednesday, June 1, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will visit Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.  He will give a speech announcing details of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s […]