Nov 05 2011

November and December Meetings

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November 17th: 6:30 PM
Art Coday: Clinical evaluation of the health of health care in America
Innis Arden Clubhouse
1430 NW 188th
Shoreline, WA 98177

Join Dr. Art Coday and the Shoreline Caucus for a clinical evaluation of the health of health care in America. Is the current health care system sick? What is the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis? If Obama Care were to be repealed, what should replace it? Come hear Dr. Art Coday’s presentation, “New Vision of Healthcare in America.”

Join us for a glimpse at what is ailing health care and what we can do about it. Be part of the cure, not part of the disease!

Dr. Coday is a general practitioner from Lynnwood, WA who does home visits. Most of his patients are Medicare and Medicaid participants. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Washington and his medical degree is from Harvard. In addition to clinical practice he has also spent several years in medical research.

Also please save Thursday, December 15th for the Shoreline Caucus Christmas Party! We’ve done this for the past couple of years, and it’s always a great time with fellow conservatives – great food, great company, and holiday cheer. State GOP Chairman and talk show host Kirby Wilbur will be our special guest!

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Dec 31 2010

Good intentions, bad results

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Mar 28 2010

Rob McKenna Rally

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If we, the people, of Washington State, may heed the lessons of our past, we must resolve to constantly defend our Constitutional Liberty. Just as our founders pledged their lives, fortunes and sacred honor, we must be equally determined and pledge our continuous commitment and support in the ongoing American Revolution.

Jan 13 2010

A Nebraska doctor’s message for Ben Nelson

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Dear Senator Nelson:

I send this message under “Tort Reform” because the current monstrosity you have pledged your support to says nothing whatsoever about Tort Reform. You have sold the physicians of Nebraska for zilch (zilch for us, but beaucoup federal bucks for you and the liberal partisans in this state). As a family practice physician in Small Town, Nebraska, I was counting on you to be the lone voice of Democratic sanity on this issue, but you sold me out. Read more »

Aug 19 2009

Zane F. Pollard, Atlanta based M.D.

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The healthcare reform debate  is mostly between politicians and average citizens who do not practice medicine. US doctors and nurses seem to have been left out from this dispute, even though the outcome will influence them, their lives, their practice, and their ability to stay in business, enormously.

Clearly, if the reform is not private practice “friendly” we as a community might lose our best physicians and our economy might weaken as a result of doctors shutting down or going out of business.  

Read what Dr. Zane Pollard has to say: