In the March 10 issue of America, noted ethicist Daniel Callahan looks at what he terms the "unpopular" health care problem: rising medical costs. (Read the article here.)Two years ago, Callahan examined our responsibilities to the elderly as society ages. Read "Curing, Caring and Coping."
Daniel CallahanDaniel Callahan is the co-author of Medicine and the Market: Equity vs. Choice.
A new proposal from the Department of Homeland Security could make it much more difficult for legal immigrants to get green cards in the United States. But even before its implementation, the proposal has led immigrants to avoid receiving public benefits.
In this third letter Archbishop Viganò no longer insists, as he did so forcefully in his first letter, that the restrictions that he claimed Benedict XVI had imposed on Archbishop McCarrick—one he alleges that Pope Francis later lifted—can be understood as “sanctions.”