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Is Health Care Like a Food Processor (The Moment of Reckoning is Upon Us)

Co-authored by Eric Haas and Joe Brewer, consulting partners at Cognitive Policy Works.  They offer consulting and coaching services based on insights from the cognitive sciences to health care advocates and progressive organizations. Health care and food processors are different. When it comes to health care, it is both right and smart for me – […]

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Bill Moyers Gets It – Moral Language Needed for Health Care

I just read Bill Moyers comments on “Real Time with Bill Maher.”  He articulated exactly what George Lakoff described in his analysis of the health care debate.  Check out this quote: “In the last few weeks, the right wing has been winning the debate. How [Obama] lost control of the narrative, I don’t understand. Well, […]

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The Moral Language of Health Care Reform

This blog article by Martin Bosworth (a blogger, strategist, and friend of mine) is so good that it deserves to be published here in its entirety.  The original version can be found at his Boztopia blog. Martin explores the need for systemic health care reform and builds on George Lakoff’s argument that the health care […]

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The Policyspeak Disaster for Health Care

This guest article by George Lakoff explores the faulty strategies of Obama’s administration in the health care debate.  It is vital that progressives learn how the political mind works in order to succeed. Barack Obama ran the best-organized and best-framed presidential campaign in history. How is it possible that the same people who did so […]

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Health Care in Canada – The Real Story

Check out this video of Sara Robinson as she speaks with Thom Hartmann about the health care system in Canada: Sara is a consulting partner at Cognitive Policy Works.  She is also a Fellow at Campaign for America’s Future.

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