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Stand Beside Her And Guide Her

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On August 9, 2013
As you probably heard, Karen Black died. A key actress to so many major films of the 70s, she succumbed to cancer. She could have had a dignified end of life. Or maybe even defeated her cancer. Instead, she lived in the United States, where our disastrous health care system (even after the significant improvements […]

Chronicles of Mayo

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In Robert Farley
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On June 6, 2013
A year and a half ago, a friend and former student had a sudden, unexpected medical emergency. She’s telling her story here, and it’s fantastic stuff. Start at the beginning: I peered over my doctor’s shoulder to have a look for myself at the CT scan on the computer screen. He was pointing to what […]

DeMint Goes Full Calhoun

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On June 28, 2012
Not that we should be surprised that Jim DeMint is calling for nullification of the health care law. “I urge every governor to stop implementing the health care exchanges that would help implement the harmful effects of this misguided law. Americans have loudly rejected this federal takeover of health care, and governors should join with […]
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