You work on a palliative care unit where you have many opportunities to discuss end of life decisions with patients and family members. In a recent team meeting of your unit's providers, the topic of "appropriate" treatment choices for patients at end of life comes up.
In an election year full of paradoxes, young people provide another: Millennials are paying close attention and care about issues, but they don't believe their voices are being heard. As a result, we may be at risk for losing the political engagement of a generation. And we can't afford it.
Hypocrisy hurts. Donald Trump's team has spent the first two nights of its convention making the case that voters should reject Hillary Clinton because she lies. At the same time, though, the Trump team hasn't looked like it has been upfront about the fact that some of Melania Trump's comments were lifted from Michele Obama's 2008 convention speech.