Greetings from Toronto Pierson (correction: Pearson) airport! I just read Erik’s take on Ted Kennedy, which is overall nicely balanced but also a bit incomplete. Erik significantly understates K
Well, this is infuriating. On July 3, 1981, this newspaper wrote about a “rare cancer” killing gay men in New York and California. Though few knew it, what followed would be a generation-defining
United Steelworkers president Leo Gerard has a good piece on the dangers of violence on the job that health care workers face. Working in a hospital, nursing home or ambulance is dangerous—sometimes
Two great recent essays on why universal health care is a critical feminist issue. First, Natalie Shure: One of the pervasive ways women are disadvantaged under the ACA is its reliance on employer-bas
Orrin Hatch with that iron-clad Republican logic: The lead author of the Senate Republican tax plan, Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch of Utah, said that the federal government no longer has the
Thanks to Senator Mavericktastic, the 38th Republican attempt to overturn the Affordable Care Act and create a fun Gilded Age era of health minus the over the counter laudanum to kill the pain is prob
It’s looking pretty likely that Medicare for All is going to be on the 2020 Democratic platform. Kamala Harris is now co-sponsoring Bernie Sanders’ bill for such a action. This is obviousl
I see it’s the anniversary of the end of American freedom. And look at the horrors that followed. My disabled mother has health care. So much freedom lost when she got her motorized wheelchair.