Thursday, August 03, 2017

Videos and Articles about why Single-payer Healthcare would Good for the United States

Videos and Articles about why Single-payer Healthcare would Good for the United States

Ali Velshi and Rep. Jim Jordan debate popularity of universal health care

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC, 3-10-2017 Ali Velshi, CNBC Guest.

"All In with Chris Hayes", MSNBC, 3-23-2017, Joy Reid, Sub Host, Wendell Potter & Ali Velshi

Healthcare Triage: Canada's Healthcare System Explained!

Healthcare Triage: The Healthcare System of the United States

John Green (vlogbrothers): Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?

Robert H. Frank: Why Single-Payer Health Care Saves Money

Steffie Woolhandler & David U. Himmelstein: Single-payer health plan wouldn't cost U.S. more

Ryan Cooper: Make government simple again

Did you know that before 1973 it was illegal in the US to profit off of health care. The Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 passed by Nixon changed everything.

Friday, March 06, 2015

Jesus and American Nationalism

"The cross is shock therapy for a world addicted to solving its problems through violence."

Monday, August 25, 2014

Jason Becker's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Jason Becker is an incredibly inspiring musician who has lived with ALS for years. Though he cannot play guitar or even speak anymore, he still writes and composes with custom software and his eyes. Here is his ALS challenge:

And here is John Mayer's response video:

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

What are the ALS Ice Bucket Challenges about?

In case you happen to be like many who are not aware of what ALS is or what all the ice bucket challenges are about, here is a moving explanation from Anthony Carbajal who was diagnosed with ALS at 26 year-old.

Here is more of Anthony's story:

Click here for more information about what ALS is.

More information on this disease from Mayo Clinic

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

What news channels are like

This is my favorite Onion News Network video. Why?  Because it seems to accurately depict the news, especially 24-hour news channels.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Humans Need Not Apply

Automation and robotics will eventually take over most of the tasks, especially the labor expensive ones, as computing gets smarter. How will we adjust to that change in job availability and skill sets?