Monthly Archives: July 2017

Heroes of the Health Care Wars? by Madeleine H. Burnside

Heroes of the Health Care Wars? By Madeleine H. Burnside I am a little bit insulted by the emails I’ve gotten this week from various progressive groups, saluting me as “a healthcare hero.” I’m not. Let’s not kid about this—I take my resistance seriously and don’t need to be patronized or flattered when I’m unable…
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Bring on the Fireworks! By Madeleine H. Burnside

Bring on the Fireworks! By Madeleine H. Burnside This July, while stocking up on hot dogs, I’m thinking about the American Revolution more than ever. Men stepped up against a King they saw as a tyrant, knowing if they failed they would be executed as traitors. Women with loaded hunting rifles stood on the thresholds…
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