Past Features

March 26, 2015

L.A. Times Scoop: Illegal immigration
is a problem in California!
Obama is shocked!
Los Angeles Times -- March 25, 2015  
Medi-Cal rolls could swell under Obama's deportation relief plan
   President Obama's executive actions on immigration, which have sparked a fierce political backlash nationwide, could also provide an unlikely boost for another of his goals: increasing health insurance signups.
    Immigrants living in the U.S. without permission can't enroll in Obamacare, but an unusual policy in California allows those granted temporary relief from deportation to sign up for Medi-Cal. That means up to half a million more Californians could apply for the state's low-income health program, according to data released Wednesday by UC Berkeley and UCLA.
    "It's huge for reducing the ranks of the uninsured," said Sonya Schwartz, a research fellow at Georgetown University Health Policy Institute's Center for Children and Families. Because California is the biggest state by population and a leader in the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, insuring hundreds of thousands of additional people "has implications for the whole country too," she said. [...]
    In the first two years after Obama created the original deferred action program in 2012, roughly 50% of those eligible applied, according to federal data.

A Problem the L.A. Times Created   
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
I can think of no other organization more responsible for the illegal immigration problem in California than the Los Angeles Times. As just a small taste of its subversiveness, I had to sue them for attacking my freedom of speech. -- My lawsuit was stopped by lackeys who do the Times' bidding in the L.A. County court system.