U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202
Dear Mr. Duncan:
Please see about retaining arts and music classes in high schools.
Americans have forgotten why we have such classes in the first place. We need to stop treating our schools as "worker-factories" and move towards seeing them as places where we can help our young
The Affordable Care Act will help these folks but it's under attack.
Republicans believe we can rely on private insurance companies and the fre
However, could it be possible that the word may become endearing?
Here's an interesting exchange bwetween two comentors from The Atlantic's Website (http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2010/12/why-not-call-the-aca-obamacare.html):
I Won’t Use
As an Emergency Department physician, I know the importance of access to quality, affordable healthcare – far too many people use the ER as their source of primary care because they do not have access to alternative, more timely, and more cost-effective options.
As a State Senator, access to healthcare was one of the most important issues I champi
During an orientation seminar for in-coming congressman, Andy Harris (R-Md) was seen whining and complaining that his healthcare coverage wouldn't take effect until February.
Harris went on to cry, “this is the only employer I’ve ever worked for where you don’t get coverage the first day you are employed.”
Of course, he ran his campaign promising to make sur