I usually pay attention to things with more redeeming social importance than this. Except when I don't. Which is often. Including now. . . Yesterday and again today, I've been busy getting ready for a week of business travel. Lots of desk time catching up, cleaning up and prepping. And a curious distraction. There's … Continue reading My Neighborhood Has a Moose! Does Yours?
In the two weeks or so since I proposed a simple, comprehensive fix to the healthcare mess (see previous post), I’ve been given three reasons why it wouldn’t work. It’s politically implausible, either because it involves too much common sense or because it would gore the ox of a large, well-entrenched industry. I’ve lived inside … Continue reading Would My Healthcare Solution Work (and Other Bits of Unfairness)