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I was fortunate enough to interview Professor Andrew Koppelman. He is the John Paul Stevens professor of law at Northwestern University. We discussed the Affordable Care Act. We discussed the ridiculous notion that conservatives have been pushing for the last 12 months that somehow the individual mandate ...
A couple of days ago, I interviewed Dr. Greg Dworkin (Dem from Ct), who is one of the main bloggers at the DailyKos. We discussed a wide range of topics as related to polling and what the American public is thinking – gas prices, who is voting in the GOP primaries, why the GOP primaries [...]
A couple of days ago, I interviewed Dr. Greg Dworkin (Dem from Ct), who is one of the main bloggers at the DailyKos. We discussed a wide range of topics as related to polling and what the American public is thinking - gas prices, who is voting in the GOP primaries, why the GOP primaries
Sometimes you don't really appreciate what kind of wonderful friends you have. I have known Dr. Robert Smith and Dr. Roxanne (Rocky) Roberts for over a decade. I met them at one of the trauma meetings we attended back in the '90s, if I'm not mistaken. Great folks. I had no idea that they were interested in
It is my pleasure to interview Scott Horton once again. He is a lawyer and writer at Harpers magazine. He is an adjunct professor at the Columbia School of Law, with an interest in international law and human rights. I talked to him about what he is doing recently and we spent a few minutes
I was on Local Edge Radio last Thursday. Blake and I called up Dr. Elizabeth Perry from the American Heart Association to chat with us about heart health. From the CDC: In 2008, over 616,000 people died of heart disease. Heart disease caused almost 25% of deaths—almost one in every four—in the United ...
Let's cover just a few things that are on my mind today. Occupy Wall Street - Why are the Republicans worried or nervous about this movement? Why aren't they more worried about corporate influence on our political system? One of the stories currently circulating is that this organic movement was really ...
I was on Local Edge Radio yesterday. I chatted with Blake and Leslie. We discussed the death of Troy Davis. We have to fix this. We need a system that is fair for everyone. Our government shouldn’t be in the business of vengeance. We need to get into a position where the death penalty is [...]
I haven’t discussed women’s rights that much on this blog and for this I am sorry. Women’s rights should be important to everyone. If anybody’s liberty is in jeopardy, all of our liberties are in jeopardy. Currently, women’s rights are under a blistering assault by the GOP. ...
Probably one of the most influential jazz musicians, playing one of the influential jazz tunes of all-time. I originally posted this several years ago. I would like to ask the guys at S&P to kiss a part of my anatomy but that’s not civilized. So, I’ll play a little music and let my blood ...
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Many months ago, I went out on a limb and stated that the Miami Heat would not win the NBA championship. Well, they got very close. They got extremely close, but in the end my analysis was correct. The NBA is not about getting close. America is not about getting close. We love winners. We [...]
I’m sorry, I believe that basketball is about skilled athletes figuring out away to put the ball in the basket. What we witnessed yesterday with the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls was more of a wrestling match. If you can’t shoot, I just don’t know how you play the game of basketball. ...
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty has announced that he is running for president. I do know that he has been running for president for over two years. I haven’t spent much time studying Governor Pawlenty and his “conservative credentials.” What I did notice was that in his interview ...
The Dallas Mavericks tried as hard as they could to fumble away victory against the Oklahoma Thunder. In spite of what looked like a concerted effort to lose, the Mavericks made just enough plays down the stretch to win. Since I’m alive today, I guess that means the world did not end. I find apocalyptic ...
On Thursday I was on the radio with Blake and Lesley of Local Edge Radio. Now this was fun.
Two years ago, Democrats were toying with the idea of expanding the coverage of medical healthcare to those who didn’t have it. They were looking to end the ability of insurance companies to simply drop people because they were too expensive. Congressmen had town halls and faced extremely angry ...
I was interviewed by Blake and Lesley on Local Edge Radio. We talked about how Robin Hood was not a Republican, labor arbitrage, corporate citizenship and much more. Enjoy.
I have been asked to put together one-minute progressive spots for a local radio station. Here are my first couple. Let know what you think. Thanks.
First of all, let me preface my remarks by stating that I really don’t like Glenn Beck. It’s nothing personal. I have nothing against the way he combs his hair or against his success. I’m happy for anyone who is successful in the United States (if they have done it lawfully). The problem ...
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