Comments and observations on social and political trends and events.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

The Tea Party vs. the Ruling Class by Robert James Bidinotto

Robert Bidinotto has written an excellent analysis of The Tea Party vs. the Ruling Class.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Five Reasons We Think RECs Are RECkless by Houston Neal

Houston Neal, Director of Marketing for Software Advice posted this poll regarding Regional Extension Centers.

Three weeks ago we launched a poll asking, “Will Regional Extension Centers deliver on their mission?” With the help of fellow bloggers, we received a total of 87 responses from physicians, health IT insiders and other health care professionals. Thank you to those who participated and to those who helped us spread the word about the poll.

One of the major components of the the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) was the allocation of $19 billion to jump start the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs). One of the major uses of those funds was the establishment of Regional Extension Centers (RECs) to support EHR adoption by primary care physicians.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

30 Best Blogs for Exploring Objectivism

I am pleased to report that Accredited Online, has chosen Thinking Objectively as 30 Best Blogs for Exploring Objectivism. The purpose of this blog is aimed at applying Objectivist principles to cultural, social and political events for a general audience. In other words, I'm trying not to preach to the choir, so to speak. In any case, I'm thrilled and honored that Accredited Online chose Thinking Objectively. Thanks!