Read why this Jewish physician and others were arrested demonstrating support for patients in need
A top economics pundit chides healthcare debate: too much ‘compassion,’ too little ‘rational’ cost cutting talk. J.J. Goldberg takes the terms apart.
“They can survive a news cycle,” Schatz said of Senate Republicans. “But they will own whatever law is enacted.”
Given that they both grew up in poverty, it is unconscionable for Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn to turn their backs on 22 million poor Americans.
A rabbi, a priest and an imam write to say that the heartlessness of the Senate health care bill violates every religious principle.
Republican senators’ vote this week on health care reform will change the lives of millions of children, for the worse.
“Jewish tradition’s emphasis on caring for the sick and lifting up those in need inspires us to call on Senators to reject the [bill].”
Was it something your zayde might send you? Yes. Was it funny? Also yes.
Being poor, being ill, being, even momentarily, not blessed in every way, is not a moral failing.
“Congressman Zeldin, how could you do this to us?”