Archive | February, 2016

Human experiments without proper consent?

(Above image: one of the infants enrolled in the federally-backed SUPPORT study) This week on Full Measure, questions about modern informed consent: the tragic story of the federally-funded SUPPORT study that enrolled premature babies nationwide. Parents were never told about possible blindness and death. The government’s own ethics body found the consent forms failed to disclose those serious […]

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“Missing” government documents throughout the years

Hillary Clinton has been embroiled in document scandals for nearly 30 years. But she’s not the only politician, and Democrats aren’t the only party,  surrounded by an air of mystery when it comes to turning over potentially damaging documents that should be in the public domain. Missing: Hillary Clinton S&L Records. In 1988, according to […]

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The amazing, reappearing Benghazi documents

It only took 3-1/2 years but the State Department has turned over new, previously undisclosed documents to the House Benghazi Committee. No word as to what’s contained in them. According to a committee spokesman, the documents come from the office of the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In a court filing, the State Department reportedly said […]

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Raw numbers: Hillary’s & Donald’s Nevada wins

Democrat Hillary Clinton won the Nevada Caucus with 53% of the vote (between two candidates vying). Republican Donald Trump won with 46% (among six candidates). But before the numbers are translated to percentages, they’re reported in raw votes and those numbers reveal some interesting facts. Although voter turnout was high for Republicans, it only represented a […]

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Paying too much for medical care?

Millions of Americans with health insurance are paying more out-of-pocket costs under Obamacare. One study shows some people are avoiding medical care because of the expense. Can shopping around for medical care help? To find out, we decided to ask hospitals in six states how much they charge for the same, simple medical procedure. The […]

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Computer intrusions and Washington smears

The following is an opinion and analysis  Why did Washington Post gossip blogger Erik Wemple appeal to Hillary Clinton confidant Philippe Reines for a “wide-ranging discussion” about me in 2013 (the year CBS News first confirmed the intrusion and exfiltration of files from my computer by uninvited, outsiders)? And why was Wemple willing to let Reines “stipulate” […]

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Rove v. Messina: 3 reasons to watch this week’s Full Measure

Photo by Rod Millington, courtesy: Ringling College Library Association Sunday on Full Measure 1. We’ll hear from two political kingmakers.. Democrat Jim Messina and Republican Karl Rove.. on the making of the President in 2016, how this campaign is running big on social media, and the giant money that will be spent on negative campaigning thanks to the political action […]

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Costly Obamacare

The increasing unaffordability of Affordable Health Care New evidence that forcing people to buy health insurance doesn’t mean they will get health care. In fact, sometimes, the result is the opposite. Millions of Americans gained health insurance under Obamacare. But for millions more, their insurance costs much more and covers less. Preventive services may not […]

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