Tuesday’s Washington Post published a bizarre Op-ed by Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, identifying herself as the past president of the Chicago Theological Seminary, saying it is “morally evil” for skeptics to disagree with her on global warming.
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Google’s faux outrage at the Washington Post’s Snowden story that the NSA directly tapped into Google’s internal network of data centers to surveil whatever it wanted, is akin to the classic line in Casablanca, where Captain Renault feigned public outrage in telling his casino partner: “I am shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on here!”
From 2011 to 2012 there was a 21% reduction in the number of family physicians who had “meaningful use” of electronic medical records, according to the American Association of Family Physicians.
Perhaps the most pernicious side effect is the erosion of the provider-patient relationship. When I first began working with electronic health records, I caught myself staring at the computer screen instead of engaging patients, who rightly felt ignored.
A week or so ago, The Washington Post ran an err0r-filled, old-news hit piece against The Heartland Institute titled, “Climate skeptic group works to reverse renewable energy mandates.” Reporter Juliet[...]
George Will has a great column in the Washington Post. He shreds Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), who has introduced a bill that attacks discussion and debate inside the Federal Reserve —[...]
I’ve criticized Haley Barbour pretty heavily over the past two months regarding his health policy views on a Mississippi health insurance exchange, but that’s not about to stop me from[...]
Former Contentions blog star Jen Rubin, now at The Washington Post, was party to a cadre of bloggers who spoke to Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday at the Republican[...]