Welcome to zanelawhorn.com. You’ll find information and resources on my ministry, my campaign for the House of Delegates in the 27th district and my business. If you have any questions, please click here to contact me directly. Thank you for visiting my website!
Christ is coming. Are you ready?
Will you know the signs? Can you tell how close we are to Armageddon?
We are in the Final Days and IT’S TIME to PUT GOD FIRST. My latest book counts down the 12 major Super Signs that must occur before Christ is revealed and we have already witnessed FIVE !
Events are happening and most people do not know what to expect or what signs to be looking for. Now you can know what will happen next. The FINAL COUNTDOWN TO THE KINGDOM is a clear and easy to understand guide to know what to watch for. Thanks to the prophecy of the Bible we do not have to be caught unaware. God wants you to know what is about to happen. Read why you had better be watching and what the penalty is for not. This book gives every person what they need to know to avoid being damned as an unbeliever on the Day of God’s wrath. Learn the truth now.
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Elect Dr. Zane Lawhorn, House of Delegates Patriot, not Politician
Honesty. Trust. Integrity. Character. Service.
I am Dr. Zane Lawhorn and I believe these still mean something to the people of the 27th District (see map).
I am a Republican candidate for West Virginia House of Delegates, District 27. I am running because I know how to lower health care costs, because I have done it. In my office a routine exam has only increased 1% per year over the last 20 years. While in America, health care costs have more than doubled increasing by 113%, an average of 6% per year. –Dr. Zane Lawhorn
In 2015, U.S. health care costs were $3.2 trillion. That makes health care one of the country’s largest industries, equaling to 17.8 percent of gross domestic product. In comparison, health care cost $27.2 billion in 1960, just 5 percent of GDP. That translates to an annual health care cost of $9,990 per person in 2015 versus just $146 per person in 1960. Health care costs have risen faster than the annual income. Health care consumed 4 percent of earnings in 1960 compared to 6 percent in 2013.
The two causes of this massive increase were government policy and lifestyle changes. First, the United States relies on company-sponsored private health insurance. The government created programs like Medicare and Medicaid to help those without insurance. These programs spurred demand for health care services. That gave providers the ability to raise prices. Other efforts to reform health care and cut costs raised them instead. Second, chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease, have increased. They are responsible for 85 percent of health care costs. Almost half of all Americans have at least one of them. They are expensive and difficult to treat. As a result, the sickest 5 percent of the population consume 50 percent of total health care costs. The healthiest 50 percent only consume 3 percent of the nation’s health care costs.
Most of these patients are Medicare patients. The U.S. medical profession does a heroic job of saving lives. But it comes at a cost. Medicare spending for patients in the last year of life is six times greater than the average. Care for these patients costs one-fourth of the Medicare budget.
In their last six months of life, these patients go to the doctor’s office 29 times on average. In their last month of life, half go to the emergency room. One-third wind up in the intensive care unit. One fifth undergo surgery.
Final Countdown to the Kingdom
The Messiah is Here
Godless America: Living Behind Enemy Lines
Finding America: Returning to God’s Moral Values
Countdown to the Kingdom, First Edition
Welcome to your seat in the House of Delegates!
If I am chosen to serve you the voters of the 27th District in the House this will be your opportunity to voice your opinion on bills introduced or other topics of concern.
Here you can place your vote on each bill that comes to the House Floor or in my committee. You will be able to see how others in the 27th District or even Statewide have voiced their opinions. Feel free to share your G-Rated comments. Once elected, you will have the ability to contact me directly through this portal, using a special login identification without having to waste time telephoning your views.
If you do not see a topic or a specific bill, you will be able to submit it here as well. Current House Bills introduced will be listed here for you to search and links will be provided to other Legislative content.
During the campaign voters may visit my ISSUES PAGE and read my comments (from past campaigns and my current viewpoints) and voice your opinion by VOTING in the polls.
Public Servants should listen to the People and that is exactly what I will do. Thank you for taking the time to visit my website.
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