Dear Republicans, 'primum non nocere," is not a libtard foreign movie with subtitles.
President Kennedy discusses Medicare at a Medical Care For The Aged Rally at Madison Square Garden in New York, May20, 1962.
The argument for a National Healthcare plan in 1949 and the argument against it in 1949.
(Emergencies are the same, but the arm and the leg are different.) While I'm digging up material on Medicare (back to 1964), I ran across this documentary from NBC Radio and their monthly Second Sunday series, outlining the state of Health
When Medicare Was The New Frontier. As the first cabinet appointee, Connecticut Governor Abraham Ribicoff became Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in the Kennedy Administration. One of his uphill fights was for the passage of Medicare. Seems there was big resistance to that, even in 1962.
(Abraham Ribicoff - Secretary of Health, Education And Welfare in 1961 - also Hand Holder, Paranoia Assuager, Debunker) (Another repost from the Ne
(Claude Pepper - D-Florida - Governor Harold Stassen - R-Minnesota - The relentless jangle of The Bogey Man) Note: This is a repost from November i
November 11, 2009 CNN The American Medical Assn. on Tuesday urged the federal government to reconsider its classification of marijuana as a dangerous
Keith has the run down on United Health Group's Stephen Hemsley who's leading the charge against health care/insurance reform and who was recently sen
("Those pills are 25 bucks a-PIECE?") (I originally posted this in February and am reposting it now in its complete form, as opposed to the excerpt
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