The entire suburban region (Elk Grove, El Dorado Hills, West Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom, Rancho Cordova) whole heartedly supports Sacramento’s position to go into debt to subsidize an arena to keep OUR Sacramento Kings.
Since there is no glimmer of hope on the horizon and I have evolved my own special contempt for managers eagerly exploiting consumers, there is little to do except walk away from the burning trash heap of marketing lies and greed.
I have always gotten the sense that both Jackie and Jerry reluctantly participated in the network marketing game for their services.
I have to admit that I really connected with Napoletano’s edginess and “swim-up-stream” marketing approach in the first half of the book.
The Obama administration has done more to push undocumented folks out of the country than Sheriff Joe Arpaio ever will.
Even without any mandated plans under the ACA, businesses have found it necessary to add and drop plan offerings in an attempt to stem the escalating premium increases. What isn’t changing is that health insurance premiums will still be deducted pre-tax on payroll.
The U.S. does a decent job of helping a variety of different groups of people get access and affordable healthcare through either insurance or direct aid. Folks in the middle are at the mercy of the market place.
There will be no more exhilarating and proud moment of business as when I saw my prototype IrriDigital controller receive it’s first wireless programming messages right in my little home office.
In California you can get a small group health insurance plan if you have a minimum of 2 employees working full time in either a business or non-profit organization.
My friend and employer had built a very comfortable lifestyle financed largely in part from sales to government agencies. Are not your sales aiding and abetting the very institutions you feel are the root cause for America’s decline?