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Tidbits - Reader Responses, Comments and Announcements - October 11, 2012

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Tidbits - Reader Responses, Comments and Announcements -
October 11, 2012

* Mitt and Big Bird (Seymour Joseph)
* Re: This Presidential Race Should Never Have Been This Close
  (Laurel MacDowell)
* Re: Charter Schools Do Not Outperform Unionized Schools
  (Stephanie Jennings)
* Re: Letting Patients Read the Doctor's Notes (Jack Radey)
* Healthcare Lies (Jeanne Lenzer)
* Worker Cooperatives: Creating Participatory Socialism in
  Capitalism and State Socialism (Norman Markowitz)
* Re: Columbus Day: No Cause for Celebration (Dave Ecklein,
  Leonard Lehrman, Isabel Thompson)
* Check out Degelman's novel "Gates of Eden" (Steve Willett)
* Moderator's Note - Sorry about all of the New York City
  vicinity announcements.(Judith Ackerman)
* The Raging Grannies - New York - October 13
* Dean Baker in NYC on Oct. 16th: Threats to Medicare thru the
  Election and the Lame Duck Congress
* "Health Care as a Human Right in Occupied Palestine" -
  Sacramento - Oct.30 and Berkeley - Oct. 25

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* Mitt and Big Bird

A word about Mitt Romney and Captain Queeg. Yes, I'm
suggesting that Mitt Romney is unstable, just as Captain
Queeg was in the "Caine Mutiny."

All the gaffes Romney has been making got me wondering about
his noggin. Is he just careless as a campaigner or is there
something askew in his personality? His hyper performance in
the first debate, partly the result of Obama ignoring his
lies and hypocrisy, led him right over a cliff. The cliff
came in the form of Big Bird.

Of all the gaffes Mitt has made during this interminable
campaign, none was more telling that something is wrong with
this guy than him saying he was going to end the subsidy to
PBS ? right in front of Jim Lehrer, no less! ? and then try
to make nice by stating that he likes Big Bird, and Jim
Lehrer too!

It's obvious to anyone with a shred of objectivity that
Romney doesn't care about that famous 47 percent ? though
it's really more like 98 percent. But that PBS gaffe was in
a different ballpark. President? Please!

Seymour Joseph

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* Re: This Presidential Race Should Never Have Been This Close

Thank God for Rolling Stone that tells it like it is! It is unbelievable that a chameleon like Mitt Romney is even close to the presidency. There is no question that Romney is representing his small rich constituency. If he wins, many American will lose big-time as he cuts supports from under them. America will lose prestige and its economy will sink like a stone. The only people who will do well are the 1%.
So come on America! Turn off Fox News! Think about your own interests! You need good health care and good public education! You need to rebuild your economy and the best way to do that is by spreading the wealth around! You need to act on climate change before we all face a crisis! As for foreign policy, Obama has gotten you out of one war, has nearly gotten you out of another war, has destroyed Bin Laden, and has firmly indicated to Israel that he will not okay a nuclear attack on Iran and will instead keep up the sanctions which seem to be working! He is tough and effective.
So let's give Obama a good second term by re-electing him and giving him majorities in both houses so he can actually do something.

Laurel MacDowell

==========

* Re: Charter Schools Do Not Outperform Unionized Schools

As a public school supporter with a child in her 10th year
in public school I agree with the argument that Charter
Schools do not outperform unionized schools.  1/2 of my
daughters school years have been in district schools and 1/2
in charter.  I dragged my feet before reluctantly choosing
to send her to a charter school 4th-8th.  She has now moved
back into a district school for high school and I am being
reminded of the difference.  It is definitely not
performance.  Both of her schools charter and non are highly
sought after with high test scores.  The difference is
parent access.  Maybe that's not the case in all charter/non
charter side by side comparisons but in my case the
difference is stark from a parent point of view.  In the
charter school parents had nearly unfettered access to
administrators and teachers.  Much to the staffs dismay at
times, but this access created committees working on
improving special ed services, parents pushing for priority
shifts to get an art program, a small music program, more
after school options, improved nutrition & a school garden
program.

In the first 3 years I was involved at a district school
parents were suspected and rebuffed at every turn being told
no without recourse for serious behavioral and safety
concerns.  Now at the high school level the district school
is again suspect of parent involvement and though the
district has improved some the overall approach is suspicion
and fear of parent involvement.

I do not see this as a union problem but as a bureaucracy
problem.  Our district, the 2nd largest in the state of
California is in protection mode.  Protecting itself as an
institution.  Sometimes the union is involved and sometimes
it isn't.  But the truth deep inside this education debate
does not pit parents or students against teachers & unions
but against a doing business as usual attitude by districts
that are monolithic in nature & obstinate.

The schools I am comparing are urban, mainly Latino and both
have majorities of working class families.  Parents do not
want to do the job of educators.  We prefer to leave it to
the professionals but we do want a place at the table and
way to share our unique perspective.  I have found that
parents bring a worldview not seen within the school that
enriches the whole campus when it is engaged.  I certainly
don't have all of the answers but without this segment of
the education community being heard we will continue this
great divide.  I am aware that much of this divide comes
from a right wing agenda to destroy public education.  I am
not interested in supporting their propaganda.  However, the
bureaucracies we support have to be looked at in the cold
light of day & we have to admit, education is broken and
needs to be reinvented.  Teachers are trying to do it
everyday in the classrooms with little support.  But
sometimes, their main support comes from the families of
their students, not their administrators, union & certainly
not their district.

Education must be fully funded but funding alone will not
address the transformation that we need to see in education.
Lots of great people are doing work in this direction.
Rethinking schools is one such organization.  If prop 38 or
30 pass in California we might have a chance to improve our
children's education and opportunity.  But even with those
funds it will require a new openness on the part of
districts to allow those funds to be used as schools need
them not solely to maintain large districts.

Stephanie Jennings

==========

* Re: Letting Patients Read the Doctor's Notes

It is very important in medicine to have a maximum of trust
and communication between physician and patient.  With the
advent of computerized charting, the ability of patients (and
medical staffers!) to read doctor's notes is greatly improved,
and offers excellent possibilities for patients to read their
own charts online.  Although "secure website access" may sound
secure, I think it is safe to say that there is a potential
downside here, because I seriously doubt anything online is
all that secure.

However, there is a point in the article that I think needs
clarifying, namely the status of your chart at your doctor's
office.  In fact, this collection of documents, notes, test
results, medications, etc was created for and by your doctor,
not you.  That's right.  It is NOT yours, it is your doctor's.
You are entitled to a copy of it if you want it, but you have
to pay for the work involved in duplicating it.  A patient of
long standing with significant health concerns might have a
chart four inches thick or more.  Since few doctor's offices
have surplus staff, copying this (and to protect the patient's
privacy and to protect the doctor's office's control of these
critical documents, this is NOT sent out to your local Kinko's
to be xeroxed) is a substantial commitment of time, plus the
cost of making the copies.  So do not be surprised if it takes
a while and costs you money.

When a patient is involved in a legal matter concerning their
health, anything from an insurance claim to an accident to a
malpractice suit etc an attorney from either side can get a
subpoena for the records.  Typically this is served at the
doctor's office and the messenger comes with a portable copy
machine to do the deed.

It is a common belief that your chart belongs to you.  It
doesn't.  It is made by the doctor's staff for use by the
doctor.  Many patients get confused; they have one doctor, and
have a relationship with her or him, and assume, without
thinking much about it, that therefore the doctor has one
patient.  The doctor may have hundreds of patients, some of
whom he/she sees weekly, some of them yearly or even less
often.  Before your visit, the doctor, if they have time,
reviews your chart, to remind themselves who the heck you are,
what your problems have been, and what treatments they, and
other docs, may have prescribed.  You want that doctor to have
your records, securely, in their office.  You may also want a
copy for yourself, just be prepared to wait, and to pay for
them.

Jack Radey

===

* Healthcare Lies

When it comes to healthcare, there are lies aplenty coming
from both the right and even a few on the left who believe
that efforts to rein in overtreatment will create "death
panels." This concern is understandable given that insurance
companies have denied many patients the care they need. But
overtreatment, like undertreatment, is also driven by greed -
a problem described by Nobel laureate and famed cardiologist,
Bernard Lown, who called overtreatment and undertreatment the
"Siamese twins" of a for-profit healthcare system.

For a short free-access video about the human cost of
overtreatment produced by the BMJ (formerly, the British
Medical Journal) go to: http://bit.ly/RKmHEp

Jeanne Lenzer,
Independent journalist

==========

* Worker Cooperatives: Creating Participatory Socialism in
Capitalism and State Socialism

This is a well reasoned article, but, as a "state socialist" I
would respond with the comment that cooperatives of this kind
can play a significant role in complementing  larger
structures of public ownership and "state socialist"
administered economy, but are not a substitute to such
structures.  The history of cooperatives in capitalist
societies in the past is that, over time, they either fall
apart because the structures of the larger capitalist society
seek to discriminate against and isolate them, and/or they
fail to hold their members.  Those that do survive also tend
to adopt capitalist market and ownership principles over time.
That doesn't mean the cooperatives that Peter Ranis discusses
don't deserve sympathy and support.  It does mean though that
for the Occupy Movement to become an effective national anti-
monopoly movement, it will need a program that calls upon the
state to institute major changes in its relationship to
industry, finance, labor, consumers, and environment, not opt
out of the present system

Norman Markowitz

==========

* Re: Columbus Day: No Cause for Celebration

(un)Happy Columbus Day!  But why not celebrate Leif Ericsson
Day?  He was the European who originally "discovered" America
about a thousand years ago, and so far as we know, did not
cause trouble for folks already here as Christopher did.
Maybe that's why US history books slight him.  Not
disagreeable enough for current standards - or just dumb luck
that Leif never actually encountered any Native Americans?

Just a lot of vines...

So Leif called it Vinland, not realizing it was a continent.
Chris thought he discovered India (hence the misnomer
"Indians") - whose call was worse?

There IS in fact a Leif Ericsson Day.  It is October 9, this
Tuesday (tomorrow as I write)!  See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leif_Erikson_Day - his last name
is spelled according to national preference - mine was Swedish
of course.  Norwegians sometimes claim him as theirs (sp.
Erikson), but the guy was actually Icelandic (sp. Eriksson).
Many of you undoubtedly know all this and more, since
apparently in several midwestern states it is already a
recognized holiday.  But not by the banks.  And thank goodness
it occurs too early for lutefisk, that is to be saved for
spoiling Xmas with.

Skol,

Dave Ecklein
(3rd generation, born in North Dakota, ancestors from Småland, probably...)

===

To read about, and watch, NEW WORLD: An Opera About What
Columbus Did to the "Indians" by Leonard Lehrman & Joel
Shatzky (commissioned by the Puffin Foundation presented by
the Long Island Composers Alliance), go to
http://ljlehrman.artists-in-residence.com/NewWorld.html

Leonard Lehrman

===

Excellent!!   Let's see if NY can follow.

Isabel Thompson

==========

* Check out Degelman's novel "Gates of Eden"

I highly recommend Charles Degelman's book, "The Gates of
Eden", especially if you lived through the "sturm und drang"
of the sixties' in this country - or are curious about the
times. The book gives you a real inside feel for the
complexities of the politics and culture of the period, from
the civil rights struggles in the south to the turbulent anti-
war movement.

For me personally, it was a trip of nostalgia and sadness,
reflecting my own conflicted feelings and reactions at the
time. It also helped that some of the background was
personally familiar to me, having grown up in New England but
come to political "maturity" (?) in Northern California.

Pick this one up - you will not be disappointed...

My review on Facebook:

http://www.amazon.com/Gates-Eden-Charles-Degelman/product-reviews/0983321639/ref=cm_cr_pr_top_link_2?ie=UTF8&pageNumber=2&showViewpoints=0

Steve Willett

==========

* Moderator's Note - Sorry about all of the New York City
  vicinity announcements.

The Raging Grannies are gonna gig at The People's Cafe on
35th St. off Park Av. NYC on 10/13 7:30PM. We ain't bad.

Judith Ackerman

http://www.peoplesvoicecafe.org/

October 13, 2012:

THE RAGING GRANNIES
The Raging Grannies is an international movement which
started in 1987 in British Columbia, Canada, and has formed
chapters (or gaggles) all over the world. Raging Grannies
promote global peace, justice and social and economic
equality by raising consciousness through song parodies and
satire. The local gaggle, NY Metro Raging Grannies and Their
Daughters, was started and sponsored by the New York City
chapter of Women's International League for Peace and
Freedom (WILPF).
nycmetro.raginggrannies.org

==========

* Dean Baker in NYC on Oct. 16th: Threats to Medicare thru the
Election and the Lame Duck Congress

The structure of Medicare may be put at serious risk following
the election. Governor Romney has explicitly called for
turning it into a voucher program. If President Obama is re-
elected, there are also major risks to the program, some of
which may arise as early as the lame duck Congressional
session in the fall, if there is an effort to reach a "grand
bargain" on the deficit. CEPR Co-Director Dean Baker will take
part in a forum on the threats Medicare faces post-election
and during a lame duck Congress. The event, which is sponsored
by the New York Metro chapter of Physicians for a National
Health Program, is free and will be followed by a viewing of
the presidential debate.

When: Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Where: Beth Israel's Phillips Ambulatory Care Center,
2nd Floor Auditorium
10 Union Square East, New York, NY 10003

Find event details here.
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=7IlsxIvVvUeEoemzOPqvtdX3mnwidylo

==========

* "Health Care as a Human Right in Occupied Palestine" -
Sacramento - Oct.30 and Berkeley - Oct. 25

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 7 pm - "Health Care as a Human Right
in Occupied Palestine" will feature Dr. Ruchama Marton,
founder of Physicians for Human Rights-Israel and 2010 winner
of the Right Livelihood Award, and Dr. Allam Jarrar of the
Palestinian Medical Relief Society.

Speakers at the 2011 and 2012 annual meetings of the American
Public Health Association, they will describe the current
state of health care in the West Bank. They will discuss the
challenges in providing comprehensive health services in light
of the military occupation. Their presentation will be at the
Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society conference room (on
the second floor) at 5380 Elvas Avenue, Sacramento with a
light supper at 5:30 pm and presentation at 7 pm. This event
is free and open to the public, donations are welcome.
Sponsored by PSR/Sacramento and Jewish Voice for
Peace/Sacramento, endorsed by Sacramento Area Peace Action.
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http://www.sacpsr.org/events.htm

& in Berkeley:

Thursday, October 25, 7pm, La Pena Cultural Center, 3105
Shattuck Avenue, with Jewish Voice for Peace -- The Right to
Healthcare Tour: Dr. ALLAM JARRAR of the Palestine Medical
Relief Society and DR. RUCHAMA MARTON, President of Physicians
for Human Rights- Israel and winner of the 2010 Right
Livelihood Award. Tickets $10-$15 sliding scale.

http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=4850389ae3e2d55804103e6af&id=4fed615ab2&e=1fc626f0de

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