“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”
― George Washington
Bioethics, aging, and the future of medicine by James I. Ausman, MD, PhD
In its ongoing effort to examine controversial subjects, Surgical Neurology International (SNI) explores a recent paper on limiting life to the age of 75 by
Forgotten lessons on medical history for medical students
A Prelude to Medical History (1961) by Dr. Félix Martí-Ibáñez (1911-1972) is a short but interesting book on medical history based on a series of
The World — Socio-economics and Politics: 2015 update by James I. Ausman, MD, PhD
Six years ago I was asked to address the Western Society of Neurosurgery comparing the candidates for President Barack Obama and John McCain. I was very
American naïveté: So you have nothing to hide!
In a previous article in GOPUSA.com about gun control in the European social democracies, I wrote that many Americans are extremely naïve when it comes
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn — Towering figure of the 20th century and his enduring legacy of freedom!
A book review of The Other Solzhenitsyn: Telling the Truth about a Misunderstood Writer and Thinker by Daniel J. Mahoney (2014) I agree with the
A Tribute to Faustino Oramas, the legendary Cuban composer and musician
Faustino Oramas (1911-2007), known as “El Guayabero de Cuba,” was a composer, singer, troubadour, and Cuban national treasure from Holguín, Oriente, Cuba. This little tribute