It's hard to figure out how to react to this Michael O'Hanlon column on health care. The first thought that struck me was "What the hell is Michael O'Hanlon doing.
What's scary is that I'm now covered by Delta. What's even scarier is that it is by all accounts better than our previous dental plan. This isn't going to help.
From today's NYT story about the political pressure placed on Dr. Carmona, W.'s first Surgeon General, and other Surgeon Generals:Similarly, Dr. Carmona wanted to address the controversial topic of sexual.
We've all heard the mantra "Elections Have Consequences" a lot this year. Maybe too much. But it's relied upon because it's true. Elections do have consequences. That's few places clearer.
At the risk of commenting on something that I have no business commenting on, I think Mona gives Mark Steyn too much credit here:Mark Steyn actually has something insightful to.