Monthly Archives: March 2010

Great expectations

Barack Obama won a dramatic, unexpected political victory on health care this week. Even in partisan terms it might be wise to withhold congratulations until November 2. But here’s the question I want to ask: When’s the … Continue reading

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Madely in the morning, March 19

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An impressive ability to mess up

It seems the Obama administration has finally found itself the sort of mishandled foreign policy problem without which no agonizing political tailspin is complete, a dispute with Israel over housing in East Jerusalem that comforts their enemies, … Continue reading

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Madely in the morning, March 12

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Health care rhetoric making me sick

Dalton McGuinty has solved our health care problems again. How many times is that?
This time the idea is to replace global budgets for hospitals with a “Health Based Allocation Model” (H-BAM) that will apparently send money to hospitals serving growing … Continue reading

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