• Goodnews
    Some Good News for a Change

    The Los Angeles Times yesterday published reports that the Health Marketplace in California is functioning according to expectations. There is good news as well in Connecticut and Kentucky. If the states who elected to set up their...

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  • More Tea

    The HHS controversy on Women’s Health Policy has moved into Day Something. Boiling water continues being added to the discussion. Various parties stir the pot vigorously. Something is brewing. High officials of the Catholic Church add their...

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  • Whoopie Cushion Tuesday in the Orange Crush State

    Since we last posted, Newt Gingrich has accused Mitt Romney of denying kosher meals to needy Massachusetts seniors when he was governor. Mitt has sung several more patriotic songs at rallies, predicting victory. He has also, as...

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  • What History Tells Us – if only we will read it

    I pulled a copy of Ted Kennedy’s autobiography out of a bookcase yesterday to see if he had much to say about his re-election contest in 1994 with Mitt Romney. Though Romney has failed to impress along...

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  • Elbridge Gerry is alive in Pennsylvania

    Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814) was an early American politician, ninth governor of Massachusetts, and fifth Vice President of the United States. His name lives on today because of a practice developed on his watch to redraw political districts in creative...

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