Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) asserted on Sunday that part of the solution for replacing President Barack Obama's health care law is to give patients fewer rights when suing doctors for malpractice.
See how well that tort reform thing worked?
This is the story of Bob the Businessman who used his company's money to get the mayor and city council elected, and get the rules changed, and fund propaganda outlets that pushed for tax breaks for ... Bob the Businessman. This fable in no way is meant to make you think about the way that modern American corporations and the current American political system operate.
via The Uptake -- January 15, 2012: Gov. Dayton Castigates GOP "Gut and Cut" Policies to Protect the 2 Percent If there's any lesson Democrats should have learned this time around, it's the importance of turnout for gubernatorial races. Thank
Nicole Belle wrote about "Hot Coffee" back in October here at C&L, and I wrote about it on my own blog a year ago. In case you didn't already know, the movie uses the famous McDonald's hot coffee jury award as a starting point -- you know,
Perfectly timed to the uprising of the We Are 99 Percent protests, filmmaker Susan Saladoff has made the documentary, Hot Coffee, chronicling the systematic and cynical campaign to get people behind the notion of tort reform. In yet another
While discussing one year after the passage of The Affordable Care Act, whether most Americans support the law or not, Brit Hume throws this bit of nonsense out there.
In the everlasting battle between those on the far left and the far right to find something to complain about, the latest would seem to be Kenneth
Megyn Kelly Says If A Doctor Chopped Off Her Arm, It Wouldn't Be A Big Deal Because It Ain't Worth A Damn!
[media id=11993] The obsession Republicans have with lawsuits and the amount of money someone should receive if they win a case is very perplexing an
I can't say it's a surprise that congressional Republicans think it would be great to start over with health care, or that they're in favor of "incr
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