Politics/Tech

Senate Passes Historic Health Care Reform Bill, #Eric Smiles

The Senate passed the health care reform bill early this morning by a 60-39 vote. The vote, once again drawn on a 100% party lines, is certainly the most important health care reform legislation in my lifetime.

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Senate Vote Ends Debate on Health Care Bill

This morning’s 60-40 Senate vote clears a path towards passage of the Senate’s health care reform bill. As expected the votes were cast 100% down party lines and now may lead to a passage in the senate on Christmas Eve.

How and Why I Got Involved in Health Care Reform

So much has happened since the day I first contacted Veronica De La Cruz. May 13, 2009 seems like yesterday and like a million years ago. As of today, it’s been over five months since Eric De La Cruz died and health care reform is close at hand. It’s time for me to tell how I became involved.

Staying Focused on the Final Stretch – Health Care Reform

We’ve come so far these past few months on the road to health care reform.

Mom’s world grows dark to help daughters (VIDEO)

With mounting medical bills, Monique Zimmerman-Stein is ceasing treatment so she can help daughters preserve their sight. Monique and her daughters have a rare genetic condition called Sticker Syndrome.

Hell no we don’t want the status quo – Call your Senator

We need to turn up the heat and contact our senators and tell them we want the public option. Even if they are not on the Finance committee, they need to know where we stand.

Call Your Senator and be heard, via Health Care for America Now

Barack Obama Elected President of USA

Senator Barack Obama has been elected President of the USA.  This is an historic moment because he his the first African-American.  But I have never seen him as an African-American candidate.  And this campaign was never about Obama.  It was always about us. To me, Obama is the embodiment of the Zen aesthetic.  He is […]