As a nation and as a species, we want to believe that we’ve made great progress in our ability to value humanity and improve our existence.
Columns & Opinions
Prescription drugs have long provided two bad examples of American exceptionalism. They cost three-to-four times more than anywhere else, and we’re one of only two countries in the world that allows prescription drug advertising to consumers.
My university colleagues in China, except for three localities, have gone back to full regular classes. They usually have two months of summer vacation, but this year it will only be three weeks. They extended the spring semester into July and will begin fall semester a week early in order to catch up.
President Trump has been telling us for years what a genius he is . . . and not just because he had a university named after him.
None of us walk into a doctor’s office and wonder about his or her politics.