How Republicans and their cynical allies deal with America’s real problems.
The weakened office of the President raises very serious questions about the ability of the United States to adapt to modern times.
Why must the United States become a more unified, cohesive society in order to confront its deep-seated issues?
Will the newly elected Congress be able to make the U.S. health system safe for the individual?
Why are U.S. health insurance companies as difficult to deal with as bureaucracies in Soviet-era Russia?
Will U.S. leaders finally strike the same bargain that Germany's arch-conservative leader pulled off back in 1883?
How does Britain’s public health system ease the pain of suffering families?
How much does it cost an individual to buy medical insurance on the U.S. private market?
What pointers can the U.S. healthcare system take from Europe?
How does the U.S. health care system stand up to the European countries, in particular, and the rest of the world in general?