Maybe, maybe not. This article indicates that Britain's National Health Service has mandatory delays of up to a year for those patience deemed too fat--measured by BMI. Moreover, half of medical residents in the country are quitting before they graduate. One would infer that if you want to, you know, actually get healthcare, the NHS model is about the last place you'd want to look.
And in the world of international weapons agreements, a German source indicates that the Iranians have tried to illegally procure technology useful for making things like ICBMs. Maybe, just maybe, it's time to declare the Obama plan a dream and let the fur fly. Far better to do so now than when they can fight back with a nuke, and if the Russians object, remind them that if they can hit Jerusalem, they will be able to hit Moscow, too.
Finally, some good news. I've been something of a fan of runner Galen Rupp ever since he slowed to make sure training partner Mo Farah was OK after they'd collided, and it's good to see that he's followed up on his bronze medal in the Olympic Marathon in 2016 (and silver in the 10k in 2012) with a win in the Chicago Marathon.
The Two-Income Trap - The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Mothers & Fathers are Going Broke, by Elizabeth Waren and Amelia Warren Tyagi. Published in 2003. Hardcover, 272 page...
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