Someone needs to tell Americans that if you adopt a universal health-care system, and even if it works pretty well, you can still complain about it.
The death of Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy announces the end of an era, that of a familial dynasty that marked American politics since the 1950s.
Few families have had a destiny as tragic as the Kennedy clan. John and Bobby were assassinated, and the son of the former president, John F. Kennedy, Jr., died in an [Read more]
His place was in Congress, where he worked for 47 years to become, without doubt, the most important legislator of his generation.
Why do trout always head towards land? Why have mice never learned to avoid traps? Why will the United States’ healthcare insurance reforms always crash into the same brick wall?
I regret to have to admit to you that there exists no totally satisfactory response to these questions. Especially for health insurance [Read more]