How Many Sharks Can the #GOP Jump Before the Party’s Over?

Josh Gerstein’s piece, “5 questions about John Boehner’s lawsuit against Barack Obama,” in Politico is a frank and candid examination of the pros and cons, both short- and long-term, to both sides in the GOP House lawsuit against the president. At this point, I consider the lawsuit to be an idiotic and colossal waste of time … More How Many Sharks Can the #GOP Jump Before the Party’s Over?

Whistleblowers and Politics; When is a Hero a Traitor and Vice Versa?

What makes one whistleblower a hero and another a traitor? Let’s start by asking Obama’s detractors, especially those who ceaselessly characterize the size and overreach of “big government” as a threat to our democracy. How do you see Snowden? Is he a hero? It doesn’t seem like a real stretch to assume that you’re happy on … More Whistleblowers and Politics; When is a Hero a Traitor and Vice Versa?

Myths about Obamacare

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst Aaron Carroll says its opposition isn’t as united as some claim; it isn’t a radical reform; its premiums could be lower than predicted and it could well succeed in states that embrace it. See on edition.cnn.com