It's been a few couple since I last posted the canonical list of books by kossacks (or former kossacks or close relatives of kossacks) and I decided to try a different time of day for this posting. ...
As many have done before, I apologize if this has been the subject of a diary already. I did a search, but am happy to delete if it's redundant.
Last night, Jesse Connolly of Maine's No on 1 ...
I went up to Albany on Friday with my husband to see what was going on in the state senate, we were reading about it and wanted to see it with our own eyes. It was just as silly as it sounds in the ...
I can imagine no worse curse to afflict someone, in America, than dying while famous.
He was strange to the point where he became a poster child for strange, but it was all the sadder because you ...
So that spotlight-loving senator from Montana has supposedly cut the healthcare bill in the finance committee to $1 trillion. But he refuses to tell us, or even the other Democrats on the committee,
A few big decisions were handed down at the Supreme Court today - Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts and Safford v. Redding among them. The Ricci case, the one involving the ...
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Why do we need the choice of a public health insurance option? Imagine a health care system without profits. Without CEO pay. Without denials. Without the rising premiums crushing us and our families.
Today, healthcare warriors, we're going to get down and dirty with those we elect to do our business.
First, check out the DEATH CLOCK . The DEATH CLOCK, ...
Last week, I had the honor of meeting a proud graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, NY – ...