A short series of stories about ethical minefields that have finally met their fate, maybe.
Chief Wahoo Retires –
Finally, the Cleveland Indians have announced that they will “retire” their “big-toothed, red-faced caricature” mascot “Chief Wahoo” used on uniforms, caps and other items.
“The … Read More
Senate Republicans are making yet another attempt at repealing The Affordable Care Act, this time, under the guise of the Graham-Cassidy bill which would impose stringent cuts to Medicaid.
“Eleven governors, including five Republicans,” The New York Times writes (Sept. 20), “urged the Senate to … Read More
A brief conversation with U.S. Representative Salud Carbajal (D-CA-24), led to a 50-minute discussion concerning health care and his participation in the Problem Solvers Caucus.
Elected to Congress in 2016, Representative Carbajal previously served three terms as a Santa Barbara County Supervisor and served … Read More
This is what happens when poor information and irrational fear trumps verified medical science.
“The young mother,” The Washington Post reports (May 5), “started getting advice early on from friends in the close-knit Somali immigrant community here. Don’t let your children get the vaccine for … Read More
Ahhhhhh… the cool mountain air, a calm… ripple… of water peacefully moving over the lake.
Oh… it’s you!
While on summer break, I thought I’d offer a few links to commentaries that garnered the most attention by readers over the past seven months.
First place, … Read More
Good news about Dennis Haines… finally!
Last week, I wrote about Vietnam Vet. Dennis Haines’s difficulty in getting a medication approved by the V.A. for treatment for Hepatitis C – an infectious disease that he contracted after he had unintentionally received tainted blood while being … Read More
Last February, I reported that Vietnam Vet SP4 Dennis Haines (Ret.) was having difficulty receiving treatment for Hepatitis C, an infectious disease that affects the liver’s function. The condition was brought about when he and others were inadvertently given tainted blood while in service.
Haines … Read More