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The Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case is another step in the wrong direction for the U.S. The old white guys who
What happens when Republicans get together to talk about current issues? Michael Bersin, of Missouri’s Show Me Progress blog, recently sat in on a
Find a fragrant bouquet of roses. Purchase a gift card from mom’s favorite store. Pick up grandma and take her out for an afternoon
In February, Mark D. Beardon, a retired psychologist living in Monroe, North Carolina wrote a letter to President Obama, letting him know how the
In a recent article at Truthdig, “The Public-Private Profiteers,” Barabara Garson is critical of President Obama’s reliance on public-private partnerships to solve major social
Rep. Ann Wagner’s (R-MO) hopping mad — or, more likely, hopping around — trying to get off the liar’s hot seat (remember the refrain “liar,
I live in a state whose Republican-controlled legislature decided to opt-out of Medicaid expansion. As you probably remember, expanding Medicaid was a key provision
When the Congressional Budget Office released its report on the Affordable Care Act on Feb. 4, 2014, the headline in the next morning’s St.
Until we have single-payer, Medicare for All healthcare in America, insurance companies will continue to screw their customers in as many ways as possible.