January 22, 2011
From Mike Allen at Politico:
THE SUBJECT LINE WAS, “She said yes!”: “This evening, on the corner of 12th and Constitution just outside the Museum of Natural History, I asked Andrea Malewski to marry me. She said yes! Regards, Adam Bitely, Director of New Media, Americans for Limited Government.”
That’s right folks, I’m getting hitched to Andrea Malewski (@ASki04)!!!
December 22, 2009
With a Health Care bill almost on the desk of Barack Obama, what better book to read than one that may predict our future. The recently released Universal Coverage by Daniel Putkowski provides a good look at our not to distant future–that is if things don’t change quickly.
Buy the book here.
And here is a brief description of the book:
Bob Smith had it all. A beautiful house, a happy family, a rewarding career, and a government concerned with his well-being. But when his young son collapses, everything begins to crumble. Suddenly thrust into the world of Universal Coverage, Smith discovers that the ideals he voted for have spiraled out of control. The U.S. nationalized health care system has quickly devolved into a nightmare of unbearable waits, inevitable fraud, and uncertain outcomes presided over by a disinterested bureaucratic class. As Smith struggles to save his son’s life, he finds the only hope is Salvare, an unauthorized hospital ship providing world-class care to anyone with cash who’s willing to make the journey. A miracle at sea awaits aboard Salvare if Smith is brave enough to question the dangerous path his country has taken. Time is running out, and in matters of life and death, timing is everything.