Category Archives: Health Care

How to balance the massive U.S. federal government budget.

First of all, if you’re not certain why we should even try to balance the Federal Budget, you may find a previous artical of mine helpful. After a couple of temporary funding bills, Congress has finally passed a budget to keep the government running for the rest of the fiscal year (about 6 months).  This […]

The evils of watching too much TV

“Traditional Jews long understood that the home is not just a dorm and restaurant: It is the center of the child’s world, and it is the heart of the family. As such, it demands protection. Heart infections kill. Influences that are only offensive on the streets can be deadly in the den . . . […]

Universal Health Care Points to Consider.

This is a bit late, but I needed some time to think about it and compose it…. Here’s my comments on what another political commentator provided to me as points for Government Run Health Care: “1. No gov’t control or gov’t run health care system. I haven’t seen the gov’t run anything efficiently…including themselves for […]

Obama’s Montana Visit

This was sent to me by an “in-law” who got it from a friend who got it from a colleague who has a friend in Bozeman , MT who was there but apparently doesn’t want to be identified. I may seem a little disconnected from the source, but I have gotten at least some verification […]


I know that this is lengthy, but this is just a small sampling of what is going on in Washington to reform health care and what people are saying about it. I would urge you to educate yourself and then take action and call your senators and congressmen. While the First section from “” does […]

Is All “Fair” in socialized government?

While reading comments on my HOA’s on-line discussion forum lately, I’ve noticed a lot of people have been complaining about getting notices because their garbage cans weren’t in the correct location. Seems silly, I know, but from the HOA’s standpoint, it’s all about being fair and insuring nobody is devaluing the neighborhood with a trashy […]

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