Archive of: Opinion



December 27 2013

Stop the unethical merry-go-round

Despite costly fraud and scandal, nothing is being done to train citizens and future business leaders in the simple task of proper behavior

December 13 2013

Dear Santa: We really need your help

Polarization of every policy issue to advance the agenda of a political party or ‘special interest’ has consistently produced dysfunction, disappointment and disgrace

December 13 2013

Obamacare and how it affected my business

When the Affordable Care Act hit, we just prayed it wouldn’t hit our company, but it did

December 13 2013

The easiest choice may not be the best choice when it comes to health care

Sticking with the status quo may seem like the easiest choice, but you may you may be paying more than you need to for health insurance

What I learned from my non-campaign run for governor December 13 2013

What I learned from my non-campaign run for governor

The last couple of months have taught me a lot about what politics is about today

November 15 2013

Viral CHaD video shows what health care is all about

It was the work of the caregivers, not the tune, that made the video resonate with so many

November 29 2013

We need more women at all levels of government

Women make up more than half of the population in the United States, but only 20 percent of our U.S. senators are female

November 29 2013

Community Loan Fund: 30 years of helping others

The organization has dedicated itself to supporting people, nonprofits and businesses needing a hand up

November 29 2013

JFK’s greatest legacy: He avoided nuclear war

Late president showed great courage and wisdom during Cuban missile crisis

November 15 2013

Limited provider networks could be the cost-cutting solution we’ve been looking for

Anthem’s and Harvard Pilgrim’s innovative new networks, involving leading health care providers throughout the state, should be applauded as cost-effective alternatives to the old way of doing things