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single payer health vs universal

THEN: So, my old policy in Kansas gave me this: I had to "buy" my coverage @ 280 smackers a month. Then the normal 'co-pays' ...

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The Sideline Report with Bradley McDougald

For the second straight week, our Sideline Report focuses on a KU true freshman. Here's an extended conversation with wide receiver Bradley McDougald. The Sideline ...

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Ready, set, save …

How do you teach an old chick new tricks? I’m a 47-year-old wife and mother working a part-time job and juggling two teenage kids’ activities. ...

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Salt in the Wound for Poland and Czech Republic

For a President who is polished and understands PR quite well, it is quite an error! Yesterday, President Obama announced a change in the defensive ...

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Project Runway: Black and white and a liar all over

My oh, my, I am majorly starting to regret deciding to do a “Project Runway” blog instead of a “Top Chef” blog. MAJORLY. My reason ...

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Curses

I’m trying to watch my mouth. The other day, after another close call with an inattentive (at best) motorist, I found myself swearing out loud ...

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Last chance to enter the 1,000,000th comment contest

There are just a few more hours left to enter our 1,000,000th comment contest. Here's a quick rundown on the rules: 1) Guess the day ...

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Ice clouds and halos

Cirrus clouds that we've seen the last couple of days are fairly high into the atmosphere. Usually around 20,000 to 35,000 feet above the Earth's ...

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The Big PIcture

...to see just how important we are in the over all scheme of things. This is an older Hubble image but always worth revisiting. The ...

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The End of an Epic Journey

Success! Everybody woke up early, and got their things packed up! Joe and Tim headed off really early in the morning, heading toward the next ...

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First Post For The Health Nut

I have been writing for over 2 years now as my full time job. I try to participate in as many social networks and blogs ...

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Who is Norman Borlaug?

Who determines the amount of coverage a person gets when they pass away? We have received extensive coverage of Jackson, Swayze, Kennedy (all very deserving ...

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Philadelphia: It Really Loves You Back

Last weekend, my wife and I paid yet another visit to the City of Brotherly Love – being my fifth time since relocating to the ...

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Millionth poster

OK. The contest is on. I have already conducted much research, consulted the Farmer's Almanac, thrown down the chicken bones, and danced naked under the ...

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Down Syndrome Doesn’t Stop Eagle Scouts

Lucas Wondra has achieved something only about 4 % of those who enter scouting achieve. He has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. His achievement ...

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ChatterTV week 3 picks, and how will Adrian Peterson be remembered?

It's early in the college football season, but this weekend will produce one of the most anticipated games in the Big 12 when Texas Tech ...

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Bi-Partisanship

On another blog, I ran into a number of posts suggesting a bipartisan approach to health care reform exists. This is supposedly so because some ...

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Review: The Informant!

If you are one of those moviegoers who needs simple, clear-cut reasons for the motivations behind your main character, then Steven Soderbergh’s big business satire ...

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Join us in evaluating our commenter use agreement

What with our Millionth Comment Countdown™ in full swing, we thought it a good opportunity to review our current Use Policy Agreement. Not that we're ...

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More resources for those who suffer from pollen problems

Matt mentioned the pollen count is pretty high in his previous blog. If you suffer from allergies, I’m sure you've already noticed! This morning I ...

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