Ask And Ye Shall Receive

In Beckett Reynolds’ life, he seldom hears the word ‘no.’  In time for Thanksgiving, this short story will prompt readers to count their own blessings as they explore the curious life of a man whose every prayer is granted. ***   “Okay, I really need Thy help.  Evac is probably another ten minutes out.  It’ll […]

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“The Art of the Deal”: How my Airport Fiasco Illustrates the Importance of the Free Market

Residency interview season can be tough for a budget-conscious medical student, but it also illustrates why the free market makes everything it touches better for everyone involved. The Fiasco Anyone well-acquainted with air travel knows the struggle.  Flights take off and arrive at odd hours of the morning, even when they’re on time.  A 3 […]

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Charlie Gard and Universal Care

Charlie Gard’s healthcare is not a debate for the public square.  Medical situations should stay between patients and doctors. By now almost everyone has heard the tragic story of Charlie Gard, a baby with mitochondrial depletion syndrome who lives in the UK. Because Charlie was born in the UK, which has universal healthcare, the state […]

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Keeley

“What happened to Keeley?!  It’s gone!”  Yes, folks, the story is no longer available on my blog.  But it’s because I have very exciting news. (Update at the bottom) Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, I decided to publish Keeley as a novella.  I have already received one publication offer, but I haven’t decided yet if it will […]

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