The outrage of robot voting in San Francisco for the Democratic incumbent when it is not possible for a Republican to win is brought home with the re-election of 79 year old millionaire Democrat Rep Nancy Pelosi, who again repeats the insurance company lies about Medicare for All, HR 1384. The outrage of robot voting in San Francisco for the Democratic incumbent when it is not possible for a Republican to win is brought home with the re-election of 79 year old millionaire Democrat Rep Nancy Pelosi, who again repeats the insurance company lies about Medicare for All, HR 1384. See “Pelosi Accused of Deploying 'Most Dishonest Argument' Against Medicare for All” by Jake Johnson, 4/5/19 at https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/04/05/pelosi-accused-deploying-most-dishonest-argument-against-medicare-all. For more on HR 1384, see https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1384/cosponsors?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22HR+1384%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=1 It currently has … [Read more...] about Millionaire Pelosi Repeats Insurance Co Lies on Medicare for All : Indybay
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John Everdell had lived most of his life with kidney disease. As a young man awaiting a transplant, he had briefly undergone dialysis. That’s how he knew, when the prospect of kidney failure loomed again in his late 60s, that he would refuse dialysis this round. “He was a very independent man, with an idea of how he was going to live his life,” said Trix Oakley, his partner of 22 years. “He didn’t want to be tied down to the routine, having to report to the dialysis clinic every other day. He didn’t like the ups and downs — feeling good but washed-out, then feeling crummy. He didn’t like being attached to the machine.” A woodworker and furniture- maker, Everdell had been in his 30s when he was first diagnosed with kidney disease. By his 60s, he had received two transplants, with kidneys donated by his siblings. But in recent years, living in Cambridge, Mass., he and Oakley could see that his second transplanted kidney was faltering. … [Read more...] about Dialysisis a way of life for many older patients. Maybe it shouldn’t be.
Cris Barrish The News Journal Published 8:44 PM EST Dec 29, 2018 EDITOR'S NOTE: "Dateline NBC" is again focusing on this Delaware case on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018, at 8 p.m. This is the second of a two-part story, originally published in October 2014. Christopher Rivers was convicted of being the mastermind behind a murder-for-hire plot and received two life sentences in 2016. Part 1: Businessman burdened by drugs, debts while his partner's unlikely romance flourishes. When police arrived at Paladin Club Condominiums in the dead of night in September 2013, they found a man dead in the bushes, his head riddled with bullets, and a dying woman whose face was unrecognizable. The carnage at the scene was almost unfathomable for the quiet, well-tended Fox Point complex in suburban Wilmington. As detectives hunted for clues, they learned that the victims, 39-year-old newlyweds Joe and Olga Connell, had no obvious enemies. They were a well-liked couple very much in … [Read more...] about Paladin suspect unravels as cops close in
Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. One night last March, Sue Fredericks ran into trouble. She had been watching snow accumulate for hours from her post at a 24-hour gas station. Busy stretches on her overnight shift were rare, on account of the size of the town in which she worked; with a few thousand residents an hour from Indianapolis, it is small and quaint, surrounded by corn and soy fields and featuring a shuttered Walmart. March marked Sue’s eighth month on the job, and she was earning $8 an hour. Around 4 a.m., Sue (who asked that I change her name) consolidated the trash into two bags, propped the door open, and, hands full, walked outside. Somewhere near the dumpster, her foot hit a patch of ice. Sue’s leg flew out from under her, and she landed on her right ankle. “I heard it snap and all,” she said later, but “I didn’t break it to where my bone was sticking out.” Sue, who at 41 already had arthritis … [Read more...] about How One Company Is Making Millions Off Trump’s War on the Poor
Linda Oh plays the bass. Acoustic and electric, in trios, quartets, quintets, and sextets led by some of the best musicians in contemporary jazz. She’s 31, was born in Malaysia and raised in Australia, is of Chinese descent, and has lived in New York City, still the epicenter of jazz, for the past twelve years. In that time, through hard work, pluck (sorry), and great skill, her reputation has steadily grown, and she’s quietly become a star in jazz circles. She has sat in on countless recording sessions, gigs all around town at venues small — where they pass around a tin can — and large, and increasingly tours the country and the world. Linda Oh is a sideman, or rather, a sidewoman. She is, you might say, almost famous. Like many sidemen, Oh is also an aspiring bandleader. But if jazz is a notoriously tough sell, bass players are even tougher. Essential as the instrument is to time and rhythm, and as voluptuous its presence on the bandstand, it often fades … [Read more...] about Almost Famous, Almost Broke: How Does a Jazz Musician Make It in New York Now?