Mar 5, 2014
After a rewarding career, I looked forward to retirement, thinking it would be relaxing. Instead, I find myself immersed in trying to heal the health care environment, because if you cure the organism and put it back into a sick environment, you really have not accomplished very much.
Feb 26, 2014
Most of us can remember feeling that someone had done us a great injustice. On those occasions, we want nothing more than to exact revenge.
Feb 19, 2014
As a child growing up in Detroit and Boston, I had many opportunities to experience the ugly face of racism and witnessed the devastating toll exacted by its mean-spirited nature.
Feb 12, 2014
We used to characterize the Soviet Union as a godless, evil empire. Like many societies based on communism or socialism, the Soviets saw fit to minimize the importance of God and, in many cases, wreaked unimaginable persecution on religious people.
Feb 5, 2014
The famous Boston Tea Party involved disgruntled colonists who felt unfairly treated by the British Motherland, which was imposing an ever-increasing burden of taxation with little or no input from those being taxed.
Jan 29, 2014
Let's use innovation to create opportunity, instead of using government to suppress it
Jan 22, 2014
Several years ago, I was consulted by a young woman who was 33 weeks pregnant and was on her way to Kansas to get an abortion. I informed her of the multiple options available to her outside of abortion, and she decided to go through with the pregnancy.
Jan 17, 2014
When government grows too large, dependency replaces achievement. When I was in high school in Detroit, I had a job as a biology laboratory assistant. I spent a substantial amount of time in the greenhouse preparing botany experiments.