While I enjoyed reading Ed Conant’s op-ed piece “Democrats should start entitlement reform with Social Security Fix” (Nov. 17), I find his use of... Read more
Will today – Oct. 1, the rollout date for the much-anticipated health exchanges – usher in a medical Obamageddon?
For many patients, health... Read more
There are rumors circulating that our U.S. representatives and senators are discussing possible exemption for themselves and their staffers from... Read more
A recent, quite disturbing front-page story in The Augusta Chronicle (“... Read more
The Affordable Health Care Act will make the biggest change in how we receive medical care since the inception of Medicare, adding millions to... Read more
Twelve years ago I ran the Boston Marathon, and crossed the finish line in a moment of sheer joy. It took some time to find my family, but I never... Read more
Millions of Americans watched with bated breath as the sequester saga unfolded. On stage left was the president refusing to compromise with the “... Read more
The fiscal deliberations among the House of Representatives, the Senate and the president have all the trappings of a televised political... Read more
As year-end approaches, the fiscal cliff looms large ahead. Failure to resolve this economic dilemma may inflict financial hardship on many... Read more
After endless speeches, rallies, campaign ads, robo-calls, signs and stickers, the 2012 presidential election is over.
Yes, America, there... Read more