In the current health-care debate, we could learn a lot from our closest neighbors, although, as usual, we probably won't.
Anybody who has any doubts about the outrageous, excessive power of the major broadcasters should examine the sordid history of what's led up to Friday's switch from the analog to the digital spectrum.
My wife and I used Canada's health care system for years, and we've been incensed by the lies we've heard back here in the U.S. about how it's supposedly broken.
Government-run health care is only one thing we Americans can learn from Canada and its "left-leaning" political leaders.
After a sluggish start on MSNBC this spring, the beefy redhead is en fuego right now with his fiery appeals to follow the public's will to get meaningful health care passed.
Long after the absurd, mawkish and self-serving tributes to the arguably talented singer/dancer are (blessedly) done, there will certainly come the extended slimefest. And it won't be half as pretty as Michael.