Pro-Life Arguments about Late Term Abortion Miss the Mark

In the wake of the last United States Presidential debate on Wednesday, the subject of abortion and a woman’s right to choose was one emotional issue. The popular topic hasn’t lost any followers or comments this week, as bloggers, journalists, and political pundits have taken the perennial debate online. “Late term abortion” is an unfortunatelyContinue reading “Pro-Life Arguments about Late Term Abortion Miss the Mark”

Strangulation on Medicine: My Life as a Pain Patient

What is life like as a pain patient in America? I invite you to take a walk in my shoes.

On Opioids, One Year After DEA Reforms

It’s been nearly one year since my researched article on the heroin epidemic (link) in my city, and I’ve been keeping tabs on the results of the DEA’s new prescription opioid reforms. How have things have panned out for pain patients, and opioid and heroin addicts in the past year? Two years ago, National PainContinue reading “On Opioids, One Year After DEA Reforms”

How Bad Can Corporations Be?

“So to speak, I was become a stockholder in a corporation where nine hundred and ninety-four of the members furnished all the money and did all the work, and the other six elected themselves a permanent board of direction and took all dividends. It seemed to me that what the nine hundred and ninety-four dupesContinue reading “How Bad Can Corporations Be?”