Tag Archives: Medicare

Don’t Blame the Republicans for America’s Destruction

Why we need a Coffee Party movement.

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State of Dis-Union: American Clanistan

Can the trend toward more factionalism, tribalism and fragmentation in American political life be reversed?

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Next Stop: The U.S. Debt Ceiling Debate

What’s the historical background of Congressional negotiations over domestic debt?

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The American Boulevard of Stolen Dreams: Part I — 1945-1980s

Why has the American Dream slipped out of the reach of more and more of the middle class?

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The Surprisingly Large U.S. Welfare State

True or false: The U.S. and European welfare states are a whole lot closer in size than is commonly thought?

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Don Berwick and the Railroading of America’s Social Sciences

How is polarization in Washington making it nearly impossible for qualified individuals to join the top ranks of the U.S. civil service?

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The AARP Versus the American Association of Young Persons

What would America look like if the government cared as much about youth as it does about seniors?

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How to Solve the U.S. Debt Problem by Doing Nothing

How would complacency allow Washington to stabilize the country’s debt over the next decade?

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Will Arizona Lead the Global Anti-Obesity Revolution?

Why might Arizona become known as the launching pad for America's battle against the obesity scourge?

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Population Aging: A Human Triumph

What economic and social adjustments will governments have to make as a result of population aging?

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