Must Read Blogs and Op-Eds — March 27, 2010 #tcot #hcr #dadt

I was not alive in 1963 when President Kennedy was shot down in Dallas, TX, nor was I alive in 1968 when both Martin Luther King and Senator Robert Kennedy were killed.   If I was, I am sure that the time period before the Brothers Kennedy and Dr. King  were killed was very similar […]

Must Read Blogs and Op-Eds — January 11, 2010

Health Care is the lead in most opinion pieces over the weekend. Is it going to cost to much? Who politically is going to win? Are the Democrats in an unavoidable catastrophic situation? Are the Republicans going to win big in 2010 because of the Democrats failure to do anything about “insurance costs”? The point […]

Must Read Blogs and Op-Ed’s — November 22, 2009

As Sarah Palin took to Twitter yesterday (November 22), Harry Reid took to a vote on the Senate floor which voted 60-39 to allow a debate on Health Care Reform.  Arm your CSPAN remote control ticker, as this could get very interesting!   If you get a chance cruise on over to Washington Post to […]

Health Care Passes The House #hcr

Comments by President Barack Obama:: Tonight, in an historic vote, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would finally make real the promise of quality, affordable health care for the American people. The Affordable Health Care for America Act is a piece of legislation that will provide stability and security for Americans who have […]

Democrats vow to ban domestic violence as ‘pre-existing condition’

This is perhaps one of the more disturbing accounts of the abuse that the Health Care companies do to their paying clients. In what civilised world can women be treated in such a way that, not only do they suffer abuse, but are then stricken from their healthcare fund due to someone abusing them and […]

Must Read Blogs and Op-Eds — September 29, 2009

As the debate over health care continues, many of the opinion pieces today were about Roman Polanski.  What does this really add to the current discussion?   Or is it simply another distraction to keep us unfocused and in the dark about Health Care Reform.   A few things to note — Reform pretty much […]

Must Read Blogs and Op-Eds — September 18, 2009

Where is the conversation?   I have become addicted to Google News Alerts, and have recently signed up for Google Blog Alerts on certain subjects.   The lack of blogs and opinions on health care reform is kind of startling.   Is it that boring?  Do people just not care?   I guess we should […]

Must Read Blogs And Op-Ed’s — September 13, 2009

I am always amazed when the truth begins to pour out in politics!   If you take a gander at the latest opinions from right wing and right leaning columnists you start to get a whiff of what the issue is really about.  Linda Chavez (Alien-Gate) and Sheldon Richman both write opinions that basically say, […]

Must Read Blogs and Op-Eds — September 9, 2009

Simon and I are back after our summer hiatus.   Can you believe what the month of August brought us?   I had a friend of mine last November, who told me that Sarah Palin was finished (with much Animus towards the Republican VP nominee) and that she would go back to Alaska and dissapear. […]