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I just got back from the Middle East and boy are my arms tired.The next person that tells me that people with a lot of money are smart because they were able to make all that money or the next person that tells me a college education makes you … more
The sudden political struggle over health insurance for unionized teachers isn't over but some useful lessons are emerging.This struggle was triggered by a provision of ObamaCare called "the Cadillac tax". Starting in 2018, plans with premiums of … more
The 2017 Legislative Session continued this past week because of a difference of opinion between the Legislature and the Scott Administration on public school employees' health care. At the very end of the Session, the governor announced that he … more
Living many miles from any kind of municipal water system means having your own water source. Mine happens to be an Artesian well. This drilled well has a depth of just 40 feet, which has proven to be more than adequate on our steep side hill … more
Along with California, the New England states can drive home positive action to tackle climate change. With the Trump administration in Washington rolling back federal protections, it is more important than ever for states, communities and … more
The Legislature continues in session overtime as a major fight about fairness in our education system continues to unfold. Despite the dramatic headlines about the "assault" on employees and "stripping" collective bargaining away from school … more
WHEREAS, The patriotic values of an unfettered free market must be maintained as the core of any U.S. health system and,WHEREAS, pharmaceutical companies have been unfairly targeted by having to face public pressure for perceived unfair pricing … more
I am not a man that finds himself speechless. If I'm speaking, it's because I inherently believe what I'm saying to be true and forthright. I'm speaking because I honestly believe I have something to say, and I often have something to say. Except as … more
In 1970, we celebrated the first Earth Day. I remember it vividly as a college student at the University of Michigan. The energy of the first Earth Day, focused on the alarming rate of deterioration of our environment, helped lead to landmark … more
Afghanistan is creeping back into the news. Last month it was the obscenely named "mother of all bombs," the largest non-nuclear bomb yet used by the U.S. Which managed to kill 30 or 40 ISIS fighters. The press and pundits on both sides of the aisle … more
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