I recently finished "Universal Coverage." It was a very interesting glimpse into what our lives could become under a single-payer universal health care system. It is both captivating and horrifying. It was a great read for anyone who cares about government interference and where we are headed. If you are not a "news junkie" and you don't feel like reading all of the political jargon, but would like to know what the government has in mind with health care reform, give this book a read. It will give you a lot to think about.
One of my New Years resolutions is to alternate fiction with the classics, so I have moved on to "Sense and Sensibility." It is very good, but not the kind of book to read with a glass of wine. The old English requires very focused attention.
The other resolution is to become a swimsuit model, and so far it's not going so well. Pass the bon-bons.