The National Health Service in the UK has something called the Liverpool Care Pathway, which is essentially a pathway to the grave. The LCP is what you might call the Death Panel Protocol. Its intent was to deal with terminally ill patients, but according to an article from the London Daily Mail, it has, like most government programs, expanded a bit, without, apparently, the knowledge of much of the public.
Jon Bon Jovi is a rock-n-roller from my era. Wasn’t much of a fan myself. However, in 2006, he started the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. According to Wikipedia, the group works with non-profit organizations and community leaders to help establish programs and partnerships that provide the basic needs of food and shelter. A couple years ago, he and his wife opened “The Soul Kitchen”, a restaurant where there were no prices on the menus, and customers who could pay were given an envelope to leave whatever amount they wanted. What if you couldn’t pay? Well, you could still eat there, but there was a condition. This is no freebie.
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