Alan Beck takes the reader on a fantastical, fictional tour of pre-paid, privatized religion and where change takes us.
The health care battle proves that Main Street is out of touch with Washington.
Solid entry in the series — it may have life yet!
Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here today to buy stuff.
How can you support health care reform which reforms nothing and actually expands on the mistakes of the past?
Will Obama's health insurance reform use taxpayers' money to provide funding for abortion? In a word, yes. It's complicated, though.
I, and millions of others like me, can no longer prime the private profit pump.
Single-payer only becomes a problem if the single payer is also the single provider.
Fixing health care in the US ought to be easy. Why is it beyond the ability of our political leaders?
The fact that you get penalized for not being able to afford insurance won't matter as much when you live in a cardboard box in a shanty town.