Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Public Option

Office space was at a premium in East Podunk, Kansas. Approximately 90% of the buildings were occupied on any given day. The building owners were getting fat and sassy. There was no need to reinvest or renovate their properties. At … Continue reading

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Just Enough Research

79.3% of all statistics are created at the moment of citation. (margin of error +/- 4%) Last Sunday‚Äôs Cleveland Plain Dealer reprinted a New York Times column written a few days earlier by Nicholas Kristof. Forum section. Page 2, directly … Continue reading

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Falling Through The Cracks

The three key stakeholders in the delivery of health care to our citizens are the government, the medical community, and the insurance companies. It has been the goal of this blog to show that none of these players can ever … Continue reading

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