Single-Payer Fight Fuels Primary Challengers Against Establishment Democrats

By Michael Corcoran for TruthOut.  Image by Lauren Walker of TruthOut. It has been just over a year since the Democratic Platform Drafting Committee held a vote over whether the party should endorse a single-payer, Medicare for All health care system. The committee predictably declined to put it in the platform by a 7-6 vote. The seven no […]

No Chance In Hell Of Bipartisan Healthcare Policy

By Larry Stavinoha for Paste Magazine. Photo by Getty. So why aren’t Democrats fighting? Bipartisanship. This was and is the buzzword among US politicians in the lead up to, and in the wake of, the failure of the Republicans in the Senate to pass an Obamacare repeal. While the people have taken to the streets […]

The Side Effects Of Practicing in the Medical Industrial Complex

By Russell Mokhiber of Corporate Crime Reporter. An interview with Michael Milligan. A recent Mayo Clinic study found that more than half of physicians in America struggle with burnout. Playwright Michael Milligan spent the last couple years asking doctors around the country “why?” In his new play, Side Effects, Milligan shares the answers he received […]