If you have paid attention to the health-care reform debate at all, you know that there is a lot of bad information out there.
As a nation, we are engaged in making decisions about our health care that will impact our families and communities for generations to come.
We learned the story in Sunday school:
Jim Wallis and other faith leaders from across America kicked off "40 Days for Health Reform"
Regular readers will know that in the past year, I embarked on a genuinely life-altering journey. I emigrated to the United States, got married, and now make my home in North Carolina.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), article 25 paragraph 1 says: "Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, i
In recent days, it seems that the Religious Right is trying everything they can to derail the health-care reform our country so desperately needs.
The health-care reform debate in Washington, D.C., has many components, but one that has drawn enormous attention from the pro-life community is a concern over whether health-care
Americans are dying for want of health care.