Advice & Dissent

Medicare is speeding toward insolvency , and only major fundamental changes can save it. But beware the "tweakers" - those who say that little things can add up to a lot. Usually what they're pushing is of little benefit to Medicare, but of much benefit to them.Medicare's…Read More
Hallelujah, the disaster has been averted! The World Health Organization last week declared the H1N1 swine flu pandemic over. Except for one little thing: It never happened. That is, as I write in today's Philly Inquirer, the WHO had no business labeling it a "pandemic." It did…Read More
The "Toyota defense" just sprung a killer from prison. Ironically, it did so just days after a whistleblower revealed that the government is sitting on powerful evidence undercutting the whole "the throttle made me do it" excuse.Javis Adams Jr. As I write in the New York Post…Read More
I'm scheduled to be the lead guest on Neil Cavuto on the Fox Business Channel at 6pm tonight. Da-dum, da-dum, da-dum, da-dum . . . Subject: The news that NHTSA is withholding exculpatory evidence regarding "alleged death" Toyota sudden acceleration accidents. And perhaps the…Read More
It's a tort reform advocate's dream - meaning a defendant's worst nightmare. As I write in my article "California Trial Lawyers Find A Geezer Goldmine," the class action suit was based entirely on wording so tortuous that the nine members of the Supreme Court would…Read More