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Persuading the Body Politic, One Heart at a Time

Persuading the Body Politic, One Heart at a Time

Clink! Clink! Cha Chink! I expected three one dollar bills to come out of the vending machine, but instead I got three shiny, gold-colored Thomas Jefferson dollar coins. I scooped them up, dropped them in my coin purse, and headed off to hear the afternoon speeches by Bill Bennett, Frank Gaffney, and Geert Wilders. Between […]

To Arms! To Arms! British Healthcare Is Coming!

To Arms! To Arms! British Healthcare Is Coming!

In the Spirit of the 4th of July holiday, the following is an updated version of an article published in “General Surgery News” – August 2009. April 18, 1775 was a fateful date in American history. That night, Paul Revere, a Boston silversmith, rode his horse through the countryside and called his fellow colonists “To […]

Rosetta Stone for Political Speak

Rosetta Stone for Political Speak

  How can you tell a politician is lying? His lips are moving.     That old joke has been around possibly since the first troglodytes gathered around a fire to plot how best to hunt down dinner. It has survived largely because it is true. Whether it is an outright lie or what we […]

Too Many Letters To Count

Too Many Letters To Count

That’s my wish for today. If you are a regular reader of this blog you probably already know that your government has abandoned Thomas Jefferson’s immortal (or so we thought) words: “Of the people, by the people, and for the people,” and replaced them with something like, “Of the government, by the government, and for […]

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