Koepka Captures First Major, Ties U.S. Open Record

Koepka Captures First Major, Ties U.S. Open Record

Erin WI…(By The Associated Press, PGATOUR.COM)…Brooks Koepka traveled around the world to find his game. He found stardom right at home as the U.S. Open champion. Koepka broke away from a tight pack with three straight birdies on the back nine Sunday at Erin Hills and closed with a 5-under 67 to win the U.S. […]

D-Day, June 6th 1944, 73 Years Since The Allies Stormed The Beaches At Normandy

D-Day, June 6th 1944, 73 Years Since The Allies Stormed The Beaches At Normandy

Normandy, France….73 years ago today wad D-Day. The largest amphibious landing in history and one where the fist to storm the beaches faced overwhelming odds. The bravery it took to leave their landing crafts and march forward wave after wave until a solid foothold had been gained can never be overstated. D-Day marked the beginning […]

Sickness Unto Death Part IV: Dollars and Sense – In Sickness and Health ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Sickness Unto Death Part IV: Dollars and Sense – In Sickness and Health ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Murphys, CA…We pay more for our health care — in some cases, twice as much as countries like France. Is it worth it? There can be no argument, however you want to analyze health care delivery and the value of outcomes, the American health care system is significantly more expensive than any other comparable system […]

Takuma Sato Takes 101st Indianapolis 500

Takuma Sato Takes 101st Indianapolis 500

Indianapolis, IN…Much of the focus for the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil was on a Formula One driver competing for Andretti Autosport, but it was another former F1 pilot who took the checkered flag in today’s race. Takuma Sato (No. 26 Andretti Autosport Honda( held off three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves […]

Sickness Unto Death Part III: Why Katsu is Healthier Than Carl? ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Sickness Unto Death Part III: Why Katsu is Healthier Than Carl? ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Murphys, CA…Americans like to think of themselves as the wealthiest, healthiest, and luckiest country in the world. I won’t debate the first and last points here, but, the United States is decidedly not the healthiest. How do we know that? Americans like to think of themselves as the wealthiest, healthiest, and luckiest country in the […]

President Woodrow Wilson’s Proclaimed The First Official US Mother’s On May 9, 1914

President Woodrow Wilson’s Proclaimed The First Official US Mother’s On May 9, 1914

Washington, DC…WHEREAS, By a Joint Resolution approved May 8, 1914, “designating the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day, and for other purposes”, the President is authorized and requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the government officials to display the United States flag on all government buildings, and the people of the United States […]

Sickness Unto Death: An American Dilemma. Part One ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Sickness Unto Death:  An American Dilemma.  Part One  ~ By John MacWillie, Ph.D.

Murphys, CA…Introduction: The United States is alone among industrialized nations in using wealth as a gatekeeper for access to health care. The wealthier you are, the more and better health care you get. The national debate that is now taking place focuses on whether every individual, irrespective of their income, should have access to great […]

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