Archive | May, 2015

Obamacare: Republicans Can’t Win For Losing?

If the plaintiffs win the current Affordable Care Act (ACA) case before the U.S. Supreme Court, King v. Burwell, millions of Americans who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace or “exchange” will lose the federal tax dollars they’re getting to help buy their policies. That’s because the Court would have ruled the ACA only allowed […]

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Newly-Released Emails Cast Doubt on Hillary Clinton Benghazi Claims

Newly reported emails indicate Hillary Clinton was personally made aware of security dangers in the months leading up to the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks on U.S. compounds in Benghazi, Libya. That’s according to the House Benghazi Committee, which has obtained 300 long-sought emails from the State Department among tens of thousands under subpoena. The […]

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Join the 2015 Whistleblower Summit

There may be no greater expression of bravery in America today. Whether it’s a federal worker with a conscience trying to expose government waste, fraud or abuse…. or a corporate employee witnessing public wrongs, becoming a “whistleblower” has never been more difficult. Those who step forward usually lose their careers and have their personal lives thrown into […]

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U.S. Health Officials: Vaccine Brain Injuries Top 2,000; Relatively Very Rare

A top federal health official recently acknowledged a difficult reality: vaccines may rarely trigger autism in susceptible children. Quantifying how often that happens is a challenge. Clues can be found among vaccine brain injuries. While very rare, claims of vaccine-induced brain damage, such as encephalitis and seizure disorder, continue to build. A small percentage of […]

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The Baby Oxygen Trials and How Govt. Officials Allegedly Interfered With the Ethics Probe

[This article was first published on June 4 2014] Pressure from government officials and eminent researchers appears to have pushed a federal agency to postpone enforcement action on violations it found in a government-financed experiment on extremely premature babies. The agency, which polices ethics in health studies, says the controversy over the study of preemies […]

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Document: Benghazi Attack Was Preplanned, al-Qaeda-Linked, Religiously-Motivated

A terrorist group linked to the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on U.S. compounds in Benghazi, Libya was tied to al-Qaeda and acting on a Muslim religious ideology. Members of the group planned the attacks at least ten days in advance and trained daily, “focusing on religious lessons and scripture including three lessons a day of […]

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Are W. Africans “Guinea Pigs” in Ebola Vaccine Trials?

[Above image: An Ebola isolation ward in the Congo, 2012. Courtesy: Brian Bird, Ph.D] The World Health Organization (WHO) is under fire for its management of a study in Guinea testing a Merck Ebola vaccine. According to an article in the current edition of The Lancet medical journal, critics allege some patients are getting inadequate […]

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Benghazi Committee to State Dept.: Turn Over Documents

[Above: Photo showing the aftermath of the Benghazi attacks.] The House Benghazi Committee is making a personal plea directed at Secretary of State John Kerry amid the State Department’s failure to fulfill longstanding congressional requests for information. In a letter sent this week, Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., asked Kerry for his personal assistance in providing documents described in a […]

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Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit for Hillary Clinton Email-Related Records

Can Judicial Watch once again get public records that nobody else has been able to obtain? The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit to try to get documents regarding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s efforts to gain approval for use of an iPhone or iPad to conduct official business.   Judicial Watch […]

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