The Day They Invented Old Age

Marquel, TPVs NYTimes The Useless Elderly Section correspondent, was patting his pocket copy of the Myth of Sisyphus, when he read For Some, ’Tis a Gift to Be Simple. Research shows that... Read more »

In the Name of God

Marquel TPVs NYTimes Malthus Section correspondent, was ingesting something bitter when he read, Birth Control Order Deepens Divide Among Justices. The Supreme Court temporarily barred the government from enforcing against a Christian... Read more »

Tea and Honey

Marquel, TPVs NYTimes Honey Section correspondent was befriending Winnie the Pooh when he read Administration Takes Steps to Aid Bees.  The White House announced new initiatives on Friday to promote the health... Read more »

Arkansas Senator Has Heart Surgery. Unplanned. Spokeswoman Says.

The NewYork Times Board Certified reporters brought to the attention of its readers: Arkansas Senator Has Unplanned Heart Surgery. Marquel drove a pick-up truck to Arkansas only to add: Read more »

New ADD Spurs Money and Hope for More Money

After TPV started raising cognitive issues, the New York Times took the lead and published:  Idea of New Attention Disorder Spurs Research, and Debate. Marquel, the TPV correspondent luckily read that article Read more »

This is your President, and this is what I have to say to you, today.

This is your President, and this is what I have to say to you, today. Read more »

Hey, You! The President Is Talking to You

This was a surprising email – the President of the United States emailed me starting with: Hey, which was very sincere. Why would the President of the United States know my name?... Read more »

Jewish Outreach; It’s Purim Let’s Care. ObamaCare

As always TPV is only the messenger. Here is another email from the White House to us and from TPV to you. A bit late, but, hey, it’s Purim. Read more »

TheWeekholeView and How Putin Got Stuck in It

Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week, in more than one way or day: Read more »

Under Health Care Act, Millions Eligible for Free Policies

Federal subsidies will pay the entire monthly cost of some plans being offered in the online marketplaces, a surprising figure that has not gotten much attention, in part because the zero-premium plans... Read more »