With a doctor in charge of the Senate, compassionate conservatism is
well positioned to run roughshod over the issue that traditionally
worked well for Democrats--healthcare.
If there were a firing squad for political rhetoric, the phrase "single payer" would have to be placed against the wall and blown away.
When plants in Nebraska carrying swine diarrhea drugs mingled with food for humans, all hell broke loose.
Last year marked the "twentieth anniversary" of AIDS, a grim occasion, to say the least, that put major US newspapers in an unenviable predicament.
It seemed like a straightforward invitation. Dinner at an upscale uptown
restaurant, sponsored by a drug company, where the topic was to be
Tony Hall, just before leaving Congress in September, sat in his office
in Longworth House Office Building and thought of something that had
stuck with him since a trip to Appalachia.
How many of you believe that crucial healthcare issues are falsely
represented by corporate America for profit or political advantage?
As one of the largest private employers in Africa, the Coca-Cola Company could
dramatically alter the course of HIV/AIDS.
How genetically engineered American corn has altered the global