Prescription Drugs. Presidential Debate.

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Business Wire WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A group of patient advocates and businesses representing the right of Americans to engage in the importation of prescription medications from safe, credentialed international pharmacies, today announced joint support of an unprecedented initiative to ensure presidential candidates … Continue reading →

TPP Scandal? Japan’s Economy Minister Akira Amari Resigns.

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Bloomberg Amari is the fourth cabinet member to resign over allegations of financial impropriety. None were as important to Abe as his economy minister, who completed tough negotiations with the U.S. over the TPP trade deal even after battling cancer … Continue reading →

Matt Bevin, Daniel Bork, Lexmark and Mexico

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin appoints former Lexmark International executive Daniel Bork as Commissioner of Revenue. Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting At Lexmark, Daniel Bork left behind an imbroglio that has forced the company to conduct a top-to-bottom overhaul of its … Continue reading →

A Rude Unhinging – a Political Body in Shock

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By Ron Leach My medical colleagues will recognize the title – A Rude Unhinging – derived from Dr. Samuel Gross’ 1862 description of a rapidly deteriorating physiological state of the human body now known as shock; “the rude unhinging of … Continue reading →

It boils down to how you define ‘moral’

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By BERRY CRAIG Trailing by five points in the last two polls of the campaign, it looks like Matt Bevin has retreated to the GOP’s last ditch in Bible Belt Kentucky: the social issues. One of my union buddies calls … Continue reading →