I am not sure why I missed this previously, but this article by Charles Camosy in the LATimes on how we understand health care, and how, functionally, it is practiced in America. I will be touching on some of these subjects soon.
At Religion & Politics, Heath Carter compares the first Gilded Age to the one we are in now. I think the role of the churches in opposing excessive inequality on the First Gilded Age, at least for us RCs, was more robust than he lets on, but his article nonetheless makes some important points about the need for moral argumentation in confronting today's social ills. Let's hope Bernie Sanders reads this!
Four years ago today, the revolution began: