Janet Jackson escaped unscathed this time, but it seems that the FCC may have gotten on ABC's case for airing "American Idol" alum Adam Lambert's public displays of homoeroticism during his American Music Awards performance last month A law firm associated with the late Rev Jerry Falwell (continued).
The real question is not what the AMA will support or whether the attitudes of the AMA have changed, but why anyone would still heed its policy prescriptions. Very few national organizations have been so wrong for so long about the matters most salient to their own members.
At the meeting of the American Medical Association, Barack Obama tackled the model "that has taken the pursuit of medicine from a profession -- a calling -- to a business."
The health care debate takes another turn as the American Medical Association says it will oppose implementation of a government-sponsored medical insurance plan. The AMA's justification for selling out to private insurance companies? A public insurance plan competing with private firms would limit patient choices.