Across the country, people have been vehemently protesting Obama’s proposal for health care reform. Thousands have gathered at town hall meetings to show their representatives that they oppose Congress’s plan to completely overhaul healthcare in America. Representatives in favor of the current proposals insist that the
In his latest book, The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, the philosopher Peter Singer claims that you are morally obligated to relieve poverty. Singer offers his readers the following "proof" demonstrating why everyone is immoral if they don't sacrifice for
"It will be hard," President Barack Obama acknowledged in a speech earlier this year to Congress. But he added, "Let there be no doubt: health care reform cannot wait, it must not wait, and it will not wait another year." Some years before, then-President George
What do liberal New York Times' contributors do when the percentage of GDP consumed by ever-increasing government spending grows too large to ignore?
They replace GDP with a new measurement, of course. One which includes such non-quantifiable values as “ecosystem services” and “regulation of our climate on
Corporate America was once criticized for its alleged culture of conformity and tacit support of "glass ceilings" preventing minority advancement. Now, a day hardly goes by in any corporate setting without mention of the importance of "diversity." Nearly all major companies name diversity as among
Recently President Obama signed into effect a historic piece of legislation that greatly affects the tobacco industry and its customers. The bill, which President Obama eagerly signed, finally subjugates the tobacco industry to the dictates of the FDA.
The FDA now has the authority to regulate
Of the many specials on health care that have been taking place these past few weeks, this recent PJTV forum should be singularly commended for daring to ask of our political leaders the one question upon which the whole concept of government health care rests:
At a time when many companies are struggling to stay profitable, the world’s largest computer processor manufacturer recorded a net profit of $1 billion in its second quarter. Despite this impressive feat, however, the corporation reported a quarterly loss of $398 million, the first loss
Protesters in Iran shocked the world with their response to the rigged election, while Iran's Revolutionary Guard appalled us with its brutality. That the West was so viscerally angry about the mistreatment of Iranian protesters is a good sign - it indicates that notions of
On Friday, June 26, the House passed a Climate Change Bill that will “require the U.S. to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020 and by about 80 percent by mid-century.”
While some politicians complain that this