Rand Paul compares a right to health care to slavery:
“With regard to the idea of whether you have a right to health care, you have realize what that implies,” the senator said. “It’s not an abstraction. I’m a physician. That means you have a right to come to my house and conscript me.”
“It means you believe in slavery,” Paul added. “It means that you’re going to enslave not only me, but the janitor at my hospital, the person who cleans my office, the assistants who work in my office, the nurses.”
And there goes the last show worth watching on the Food Network:
After 249 episodes, “Good Eats” is no more.
Alton Brown called an end to his instructional half-hour show yesterday, announcing it to fans as his first post on Twitter:
“G.E. fans, I’ve decided to cut the half hour series at 249 eps. There will be 3 new 1 hour eps this year and that’s it. But mourn not. New things brew on the horizon…”good” things.”
The final new, half-hour episode aired last week.
The pilot for “Good Eats” aired originally on Chicago’s WTTW in 1998 before it was picked up by the Food Network. It became such a staple of the network that reruns aired twice daily for years. It also became one of the Food Network’s most respected shows, picking up Peabody and Beard awards along the way (including a Beard on Friday for “TV food personality/host”), largely because of Brown’s genial Mr. Science-meets-Chef approach.