Preparing for the Worst If I were President Obama, or the head his re-election campaign, I might, in a purely strategic and cynical way, hope that the Supreme Court does, indeed, strike down the Affordable Care Act.¹ I say this on the premise that an old adage is true, that people do not appreciate what... Continue Reading →
Hope for the Best Expect the Worst We know the Affordable Care Act is constitutional. We don't need the Supreme Court to tell us this. One could use the Elastic Clause and explain that the individual mandate is necessary and proper in today's health care market, a market the likes of which was inconceivable to the... Continue Reading →
What you are paying for when you buy an i-product Apple has stated that it will not bring home $60 Billion in foreign profits unless it gets a tax holiday on the money. Of course, they really don't say what they will do with the money if they bring it home. How much do you... Continue Reading →
Bill Moyers talks to film historian Neal Gabler about our entertainment politics.
How the so called work ethic is used against workers I consider myself very fortunate. I love my job. As frustrating as the bureaucratic and political aspects of teach are I find what I do meaningful and fulfilling. I truly believe that there is no nobler profession than passing on knowledge to the next generation.... Continue Reading →