The various provisions of the ACA are kicking in and I am alarmed at what I see as serious design flaws that in the name of cost cutting will radically change the nature of the practice of medicine. I am
This is a cross post of my comment on a FaceBook entry. I like how I have said it and thought it worthwhile to be sharing here. I have no interest in partisanship around this essential need for our nation.
This is an informative book, making almost comprehensible many of the cultural/religious streams of thought that create and influence the politics and movements in the cultures of Pakistan, especially the tribal lands. The ghost writing is evident in the reportorial
This is in response to a Gainesville Times column y Johnny Vardeman that appeared in the October 27, 2013 issue. Mr. Vardeman’s column may be read here: http://www.gainesvilletimes.com/section/101/article/90744/ Statues of individuals in the environs of governing are put there not just
This is a transcription of my comments on the Gainesville Times article by the above title in today’s paper. But the real question is not can we afford what is essential for life? The question more appropriately is: Can the
From my summary comments on The Times of Gainesville, Georgia blog last week. There is no doubt we have already been delayed in making the critical decisions around energy for far too long. It now is, if possible, even more