New Book Release

Congressional Malpractice: Is Access to Affordable Healthcare A Right or A Privilege?

By Leonard Zwelling, M.D., M.B.A.
Contributing Author, Marianne L. Ehrlich
Forward by Retired U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, M.D.

Published by John M. Hardy Publishing, Houston Texas
ISBN: 978-1-946182-01-2
Release date: 1 March 2018

Health Care Reform Policy Blog

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The Message Of The Message

The Message Of The Message By Leonard Zwelling          In this piece by Frank Bruni, it is pointed out, quite correctly, I believe, that the message being delivered may be more important than the package in which it comes. This may be much to the chagrin of Tiffany’s and their famous light blue boxes, but ...

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Can Bernie Do It?

Can Bernie Do It? By Leonard Zwelling          I have been bombarded with emails and articles to read in the last few days since Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses and became the true front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. They all focus on whether or not Bernie can beat Trump. Some say yes. Some ...

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Does It Matter How Adults Behave Short Of Committing A Crime?

Does It Matter How Adults Behave Short Of Committing A Crime? By Leonard Zwelling          I am still trying to wrap my head around how any thinking adult can support the re-election of Donald Trump as President of the United States.          First, I never at all wonder why they might have voted for Mr. ...

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Presidents Without Oversight

Presidents Without Oversight By Leonard Zwelling          Everyone needs a boss or should have some sort of supervision. Even bosses need bosses. The biggest CEO has a corporate board that oversees the wellbeing of the company, the value of its stock, and the excellence of its products. Why? Because no one is above some sort ...

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A Trump Walks Into A Barr Or “Pardon Me, Sir”

A Trump Walks Into A Barr Or “Pardon Me, Sir” By Leonard Zwelling          Ha-ha. You get it, but it’s real. Or is it?          Attorney General William Barr got on national television to implore President Trump to stop tweeting about Justice Department business as it was “making it impossible” for him to do his ...

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Noisy Withdrawal By Leonard Zwelling          What is happening in Washington, DC stirs a lot of memories in me. All bad.          As the two articles (and many others) illustrate, the president is now kicking ass and taking names with regard to anyone who opposes what he wants in the wake of his acquittal in ...

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I’ll Vote For Amy

I’ll Vote For Amy By Leonard Zwelling          I believe that early voting for the Texas primary starts on Tuesday. As usual, I will be there bright and early, ready to cast my ballot in the Democratic primary. I have voted in the Republican primary in the past because in Texas you need not register ...

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Shadows and Light

Shadows And Light: 2020 Gets Clearer By Leonard Zwelling          It is the best live album ever released in my opinion. It’s Shadows and Light by Joni Mitchell. It’s a recording of a 1980 concert in Santa Barbara that was part of her Mingus Tour. I was lucky. I saw this concert in 1983 at ...

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Nancy Pelosi Is To Donald Trump

Nancy Pelosi Is To Donald Trump What Wile E. Coyote Is To The Road Runner By Leonard Zwelling          Safes, anvils and TNT not withstanding, Nancy Pelosi has rendered herself a cartoon character and my readers are asking me to address this. So, I shall. No matter what she tries to do to one-up Donald ...

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What Just Happened?: The Historical Perspective Of The Non-Trial

What Just Happened?: The Historical Perspective Of The Non-Trial By Leonard Zwelling Trump got off. We always knew he would. The only thing the country really wanted was a fair airing of the case. It got an airing. It wasn’t fair because it was incomplete. It was the Law without the Order. Mitch McConnell has ...

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