A Millennial’s Take on the Nashville Healthcare Council’s Panel Discussion: Wall Street’s View on Healthcare


About two weeks ago I attended a very informative panel discussion hosted by the Nashville Healthcare Council, titled Wall Street’s View on Health Care. My interest in this discussion stemmed not only from my active interest in a career in health care, but from my concerns as a millennial observing one of the most disruptive financial/medical crises in history.

On Nov. 2, Will the Senate be Flooded with Freshmen?


For the first time since 1982 after the churning elections of ’76, ’78, and ’80, voters may usher in a Senate with the majority of its senators in their first terms. There seems to be consensus among the voters that any change to Congress will be for the better. According to The Washington Post‘s George … Continue reading

Corn is Yellow, not Green: The Developing Ethanol Fiasco


Corn isn’t the answer. Sorry, Washington D.C.

O’Donnell vs. Coons: Witchcraft vs. Marxism?


Republican hopeful Christine O’Donnell and Democratic county executive Chris Coons, the candidates for Delaware’s Senate seat, battled each other along with some of the more popular accusations leveled at the pair in Wednesday night’s nationally televised debate. O’Donnell attacked her opponent with accusations of hypocrisy, saying that although Coons had stated that what was said … Continue reading

October Surprises: Distractions Leading Up to the Nov. 2 Elections.


5 days in and already October has provided plenty of dirt on politicians due to the mounting tension surrounding the Nov. 2 elections. But please, stay focused here.

Tea-Party Movement Gains Momentum


Tea-Party Movement is gaining popularity and the Nov. 2 elections are just around the corner. Will the Senate/House see more Republican influence?