Yesterday, August 6, was the 70th anniversary of the complete destruction of Hiroshima, Japan by the atomic bomb. This reminder should help us focus attention on the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran.
The prominence of the Greek crisis makes it a tempting “object lesson”. What, if anything, can we learn?
There are 50 hospitals in the United States that charge uninsured patients 10 times or more their actual cost. Insurance companies have negotiated deals with hospitals through which they pay much less for the same care. How can it be right to charge the most vulnerable the highest prices?