Posts Tagged: healthcare reform

Mining for Good

7Nov2012 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

Before I delve into this post, let me apologize for not blogging for nearly a month. There are several good reasons for that, mostly the fact that October was insanely busy, with a big yard sale and Halloween party to plan for and host, and losing about ten days to a nasty stomach virus that… Read more »

Friday Fill-Ins

19Mar2010 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

1. Today I will be having Jonah’s portraits made in his Christening outfit. Naturally, he has several new scratches on his face, and before bed I noticed a slight rash popping up out of nowhere. 2. But I’m going to have his pictures made anyway, and I say why not? 3. What do you think… Read more »

A Few Final Thoughts about Health Care

17Aug2009 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

My pastor spoke briefly yesterday about the power of ones’ testimony, and I thought about the stories I’ve shared this month regarding the health care changes being proposed. I can’t say my stories are particularly powerful, or that reading them has changed anyone’s mind about anything. However, our experiences definitely changed my mind about how… Read more »

Reform or Deform: Part Three

17Aug2009 Filed under: Column

This is the third post in a series dedicated to healthcare reform. Click to read Part One and Part Two. It all started when they decided to store the Christmas presents in my office.

A Good Read

14Aug2009 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

I just have to share the link to this:  “The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare” It is a Wall Street Journal editorial by Whole Foods CEO, John Mackey. Here are the first two paragraphs: “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.” —Margaret Thatcher With a projected $1.8 trillion… Read more »