Connecting some dots in today's newspapers: Apparently the real story in America today is that we despise the poor and consider them to be less than human pieces of shit, while we absolutely worship money and are crack-addicted to personal luxury. Maybe the day's worst story anywhere in America abo ... More >>
We still have to read between the lines to glimpse the bottom line on the Komen Foundation's attack on Planned Parenthood, but the slowly emerging truth of the matter doesn't bode well. Karen Handel, the Komen executive who resigned yesterday, has a weird talent for letting the cat out of the bag e ... More >>
Ron AndersonLast week, Dallas Morning News Deputy Managing Editor Maud Beelman penned a piece for Harvard's Nieman Watchdog in which she explained the paper's yearlong investigation into the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Memorial Hospital -- two heretofore "sacred c ... More >>
Larry James, president and CEO of Central Dallas Ministries Over on his blog today, Central Dallas Ministries president and CEO Larry James links to a story in The Wall Street Journal last week, about studies that reveal head injuries as a "factor in some social ills." But what's noteworthy is somet ... More >>
Life Science Weekly has a piece this morning about what sounds like the world's biggest no-brainer: professors at UT Southwestern teaching "medical Spanish." According to the piece, which is available in full only through a subscription, UT Southwestern's Allied Health Sciences school has the only " ... More >>
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