Recently I've become convinced that the biggest problem with the U.S. isn't Bush or Arnold or Republicans or Democrats or red vs. blue or whatever. It's corporate greed. Greedy corporations control the government, on both sides of the aisle. Greedy corporations are ruining the environment, screwing people out of health care and creating a class of poverty workers.
This morning on NPR I heard part of an interesting interview with the authors of a book who believe our health care system is totally broken and that a single-payer system is the way to fix it:
In looking around for other info on single-payer I found this blog by a Stanford med student, which I thought was interesting and well-crafted:
Back to books... If you haven't read this one, you should. And you'll never shop at Walmart again:
"Nickled and Dimed"
And for a laugh:
Museum of the Middle Class opens in Schaumburg