Category Archives: health care

Where Are The Test Kits?

What’s the Truth on the Coronavirus Testing?  By Thom Hartmann/ Thom’s Blog/ March 12, 2020 After it was widely reported that Tom Hanks and his wife were able to simply walk into a clinic in Australia with the symptoms of … Continue reading

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Who Does Government Serve?

By Paul Craig Roberts/ February 14, 2019 Whose interests are served when Pelosi sells out health care and Pompeo sells out peace? :::::::: Nancy Pelosi The US health system is the most high cost and dysfunctional health care system … Continue reading

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Lewis Black on GOP Health Care Bill

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The Death Economy

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Not Much to Celebrate on Labor Day

A quickie Robert Reich lecture (less than 3 minutes) on the problems of and solutions for American workers…..

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WTF Are We Doing To Ourselves

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How Does Your Favorite State Do?

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Five Possibilities for the Next Great Progressive Push By Gar Alperovitz and Steve Dubb/ Common Dreams/ February 1, 2013 Obama’s second inaugural address opened some hope of a brighter progressive future, yet virtually all the critical economic and distributional issues … Continue reading

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The Ongoing War: After the Battle Over the Cliff, the Battle Over the Debt Ceiling By Robert Reich/ January 1, 2013 “It’s not all I would have liked,” says Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, speaking of the … Continue reading

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