When did hungry people decide half a loaf wasn’t good enough? I’m speaking metaphorically, of course, referring to the “double haters,” that Donald Trump referred to in 2016. These were disillusioned people who looked for a change and didn’t think it was coming fast enough.
If the coronavirus is a hoax, as some preachers claim, I must admire the people who engineered it. Over 30,000 casualties in this country, not to mention the 160,000 deaths worldwide. To accomplish this task takes more staging than one of Andrew Webber’s musicals. So far, no one
Is Medicare for All affordable? I have no idea. Apparently, neither do Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, whose argument in favor appears to be based on their misreading of a medical study. Nonetheless, the goal is important and Obamacare has been a step in the right dir
One institution noted for providing quality health care to the poor in this country is the criminal justice system. A recent footnote in The Week tells the story of a man who robbed a bank precisely because he needed urgent care. (“Medicare for All,” The Week, Feb/ 15. 2019, pg. 6
A reader sent me a thoughtful article about Donald Trump’s strategic plan while in office. (Click) Bit by bit, the article dismantles the president’s false assumptions and explains why they will fail. But the assumption that Trump has a plan is, in my opinion, false. I see him