Ticking time bombs…

““States shouldn’t wait for the crisis to hit, given how clear it is what’s coming,” says Robert Campbell, government analyst with Deloitte. The authors of the study conclude, “[This] is one of the most urgent health care problems for most states. Failure to innovate with medical and administrative management initiatives will likely result in increasing costs, voter discontent, poor quality and fiscal challenges.””

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Front Page in a Tea Party World

I love the New York Times. The Grey Lady and I go way back, dating back to when I discovered in middle school that the news we got from our home town pages, lovingly nicknamed the Daily Disappointment, was likely not my best resource for honest and up to date reporting. Well, that and the…