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Harriet McBryde Johnson 1957-2008

Harriet McBryde Johnson 1957-2008

     Last December 24th, in the New York Times, Dr. Peter Singer eulogized one Harriet McBryde Johnson.  This was a tribute to their 2003 head to head meeting, in which they sat on opposite sides and engaged in the single most fascinating debate on human rights that I have ever read. Read the rest of this entry »

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   I know, I know, how dare I start my post with such a dirty word.  A little while back I discussed the problem of Organ transplantation and supply shortage, giving my innovative and fantastically fair minded solution.  Of course, I got not so much a whisper’s feedback, so either readers have sat back in awe and stunned silence of my brilliance, or I am just delusional.  One thing I have no delusions about is the pipe dream of fairly distributing health care to everyone.

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