Disability and Health Political Editorials Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2019-12-10
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In Pakistan people with disabilities often have higher health care needs, but may find it difficult to access services.
Arise 'Sir' Iain Duncan Smith: But Should There Be a Criminal Investigation Over His Mistreatment of Disability?
Paul Dodenhoff writes on Iain Duncan Smith being rewarded for bullying disabled people into oblivion in Prime Minister Boris Johnson's, New Year's Honours list.
Boris Johnson Wins: But a Conservative Administration Still Pose a Considerable Existential Risk to British Disabled People
Paul Dodenhoff discusses Boris Johnson and the British Conservative Party win in the UK 2019 general election and what it means for Britain's disabled people.
Article by Paul Dodenhoff examines the dominance of right-wing think-tanks over disability welfare reform in the United Kingdom.
Op-ed on President Trump and disabilities by former Obama Administration appointee, who served as Director of Public Affairs for FEMA and several White House and DHS posts.
People who either work in government or directly with it not only have very little in common with other Americans, but have a disturbingly low opinion of them.
There are nearly 30M people with disabilities eligible to vote - not including family, friends, and service professionals who will vote in-line with disability interests.
UN committee on economic, social and cultural rights to examine U.K. government record on welfare benefits, employment, housing, health and education.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on disability, oppression, authoritarianism and hate crime in today's Britain.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on fighting for fairness regarding Britain's military veterans, disability and benefit cuts in the U.K..
Thomas C. Weiss writes on the U.S. presidential election campaigns from a disability perspective.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on British values, disability, and sickness related welfare benefits.
The continuing incompetence of Iain Duncan Smith - Why is the Work Capability Assessment costing Britain more than it saves?.
Disturbing issues concerning the modern day experience of disabled people within the workplace.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on the medicalisation of unemployment and reprogramming UK disabled and unemployed.
People with disabilities are already the highest risk group for personal violence and abuse.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on whether it is now the time to scrap the Work Capability Assessment (WCA).
Thomas C. Weiss writes on the recent attacks by terrorists in France from a disability perspective and wonders just what value governments around the world place on the lives of People with Disabilities.
Paul Dodenhoff examines whether disability in the United Kingdom is any fairer after five years of Tory rule.
Under the current political climate within the UK, will an UN investigation into British violations of the UNCRPD treaty be a complete waste of time?.
Paul Dodenhoff replies to Iain Duncan Smith statement that disabled people cannot expect the government to help them out of poverty.
Article examines common issues people with disabilities have with police, includes disability rights and recent encounters.
Letter to the Politicians of the United States of America regarding U.S. veterans service and disability.
Iain Duncan Smith faced criticism recently for comments made in a parliamentary debate that appeared to suggest people with disabilities were abnormal.
Britain has been criticized many times in the past by the UN for human rights abuses, over many years and over many different issues.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on UN investigation into British human rights abuses against people with disabilities.
The UK Labor party arguably considers disabled people to be fundamental different from the majority.
Paul Dodenhoff writes on disability and the continuing grip of oppression in the U.K..
Paul Dodenhoff writes on austerity, liberal ideology and the institutionalized oppression of the disabled in the U.K..
The United States of America has already been keeping People with Disabilities on poverty-level incomes with no real sense of humanity at all. Today's America seems very similar to Nazi Germany.
Children are equally affected by the Millions of bombs and anti-personal mines spread over certain parts of Iraq.
Mr. Scott Panetti killed his relatives in front of his wife and daughter, his actions are certainly not acceptable in any sense of the word, so why do I find myself defending this murderer.
Paul Dodenhoff responds to Lord Freud's recent comment that some disabled workers are not worth the UK national minimum wage and should be paid £2 an hour.
Paul Dodenhoff responds to Mark Harper MP, U.K. Minister of State at the Department for Work and Pensions.
Swing voters in Senate and Governors races more likely to vote for candidate who makes a high priority of enabling citizens with disabilities to get jobs and become independent.
People with Disabilities in America continuing to experience poverty, lack of appropriate housing, transportation, or inclusion in the educational process.
Thomas C. Weiss writes on ableism in America today including US federal and state policies.
Editorial regarding persons with disabilities and the current political crisis in the Ukraine.
The recent shutdown of the United States Government brings into question the perspectives of government in relation to People with Disabilities, Seniors, and Veterans.
No one in America, especially People with Disabilities, Seniors, and Veterans, should live in poverty while ineffective leaders make six-figure salaries.
Political commentary and information regarding the U.S. Government shutdown and the effects on seniors, persons with disabilities and veterans.
Political opinion regarding the U.S Government shutdown and the affects on those most in need.
Information regarding devastation, injuries and disability caused by cluster bombing.
The NSA and U.S. Government are clearly violating our inherent dignity, individual autonomy, and freedom to make our own choices with independence.
In this election year important dimensions and distinctions on issues important to individuals and families affected by mental illness are being overlooked.
Poll finds vast majority of likely voters support SSDI benefits and believe Congress should target other areas of government when proposing cuts to balance federal budget.
Candidates should not underestimate people with disabilities have in the election outcome as there are around 35M eligible voters with disability.
For People with Disabilities, the decision of who to vote for is one that may bring dire consequences considering the vast difference in approaches towards our population on the parts of the candidates.
Senator Tom Harkin posted an article through a major news site on the Internet concerning People with Disabilities and employment in America.
How can America proceed in regards to ensuring that People with Disabilities have equal chance to achieve their best and thrive.
Journalist have a love of presenting articles with shock value and seem to enjoy presenting People with Disabilities as a burden on society.
The potential for leaders in America to feel more inclined to do something about disability issues might increase during election years.
People with disabilities must have the maximum number of opportunities and choices to receive long-term services and support in the community.
Leaders of The Arc met with senior White House officials at Community Leaders Briefing to ask questions and discuss issues facing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Irresponsible spending is main reason for the Social Security crisis as government has raided Social Security trust fund to pay for other programs.
Dignity for Disability is an Australian political party for people who believe in a fair go for everyone.
Governments in certain places around the world are attempting to, reform, their disability support programs in order to save money during financial strife.
Peak petroleum is the point at which maximum rate of global oil extraction is reached after which the rate of oil production begins to decline.
Threatening Millions of People with Disabilities, Seniors, and Veterans with Disabilities Using Politics
If the Republican leadership prevents veterans benefits from being distributed they will be breaking a trust between America and members of the Armed Forces.
There are currently between 33.7 and 35 million People with Disabilities of voting age in America.
Learn how some in Congress are fighting to restore access to benefits for gay former service members.
Many people wonder what happens to Social Security benefits during a government shutdown.
Legislation seriously undermines the only federally funded jobs and housing programs specifically targeted for American low-income seniors.
America is facing an incredible number of baby-boomers who will retire over the next decade or so.
Some rather interesting numbers related to spending in the United States are not being thrown around in news stories related to the budget conflict.
Social Security is funded outside of the federal budget process by a tax on employee earnings that is matched by employers.
Alliance for Retirement Prosperity is calling on citizens to sign petition calling for repeal of the Federal Estate Tax commonly known as the Death Tax.
At Anna Little for Congress headquarters Sarah Jane Donohue announced her enthusiastic support for Anna Little for Congress.
The bill H.R. 847 would provide medical monitoring and treatment to people suffering serious diseases because of exposure to toxic debris from Ground Zero.
Statement in response to Gov. Schwarzenegger claim of a public safety crisis in the In Home Supportive Services IHSS Program.
An editorial concerning IHSS cutbacks on independent living services in California beginning November first 2009.
An editorial concerning Mr. Obamas Speech on Health Care Reform and Persons with Disabilities.
An editorial about People with Disabilities Seniors and the Health Care Reform Bill.
The United States Government has some specific roles it plays in the lives of persons with disabilities.
An editorial presenting reasons why America should not pass the Health Care Reform Bill.
An editorial commenting on Barrack Obama signing UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities.
An editorial commenting on an Advocate who has spoken about new Hate Crimes legislation.
An editorial and commentary about Disability and Homelessness in America.
An editorial commenting on the actions of President Obama and the Community Choice Act.
An editorial about the City of Christchurch and their creation of an Accessibility Map of the city.
The President in a Town Hall style format on Facebook continued to promote his administrations plan for healthcare in America.
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