Why the Public Option is an Absolute MUST for Health Insurance Reform

First of all, I don't believe Kent Conrad,'s contention that there aren't enough votes in the Senate to support the public option. In reality, we only need 51 votes, and there are only six Blue Dogs. I'm even betting at … Continue reading

In 1969, We Moonwalked and Chewed Gum at the Same Time; What Happened to Us?

Today is the 40th anniversary of the day man first walked on the moon. I'm sure everyone who was alive then knows where he or she was when the live, grainy black and white video showed two men first climbing … Continue reading