The last couple of years you've gotten all the political news you want (and then some) when it comes to President Trump. But with a single topic saturating so much of the media environment, there's a lot more going on in the world you may not have heard about...
...Unless you've been watching my Sunday TV news program: Full Measure.
Below are some of the topics we've been covering. We promise to never waste your time by rehashing news you've already heard all week.
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Health and Medicine
5G Whiz: Sept. 15, 2019: What are the health risks of the new mobile phone and computer technology?
The Pill Pitch: April 14, 2019: The controversy and possibly harm over TV advertising of prescription drugs,
The Montana Solution: Feb. 3, 2019: One senior citizen went up against the hospital and insurance industries and solved Montana’s health care crisis. Could national costs be slashed the same way?
The Vaccine Debate: Jan. 6, 2019: A shocking admission from a pro-vaccine government scientist who says vaccines can cause autism, after all, in “exceptional” cases.
Blurred Vision: Dec. 9, 2018: Government scientists accused of the worst kind of conflicts of interest in a major story about moderate drinking.
The Statin Wars: Nov. 4, 2018 Who’s behind the government guidelines and deciding what’s good for us?
The Forgotten Tobacco Wars: Sept. 23, 2018 Decades later, cigarette lawsuits are quietly being fought by the thousands in Florida.
Ryan’s Story: May 13, 2018 The undertold story of Traumatic Brain Injury commonly found–yet widely ignored–in our troops. Part 2
Short on Time: April 22, 2018 The incredible story of unethical human experiments conducted by a researcher who was dying of cancer. Did his herpes vaccine damage innocent patients–or help them?
MRI dye: April 15, 2018 A follow up to our groundbreaking report on the dangers of MRI dye and what happened to Chuck. Norris’ wife.
Outside Obamacare: Feb. 11, 2018 Three new doctor-patient models that go around Obamacare and the traditional health insurance system.
Not Yet, Brexit: Sept. 22, 2019: What’s really behind the British vote to exit the European Union and what does it have to do with us?
Deep Fakes: June 2, 2019: New technology has made it where you can’t believe your eyes.
Surviving the Jonestown Cult Massacre: May 12, 2019: More than 900 American men, women and children were killed. One investigator who survived is now a member of Congress.
Media Madness: April 27, 2019: Media mistakes in the era of Trump and what lies ahead.
Media Miss: March 31, 2019: How did so many get the Trump-Russia collusion story so wrong?
Being Carter Page: March 31, 2019: For more than two years, the FBI and media made him out to be Trump’s nexus to Putin. He wasn’t.
The Big Spin: March 24, 2019: How much of our tax money the government spends — to spin us.
The Curators: March 10, 2019: Who’s behind the efforts to teach “media literacy” and fight “fake news”? Watchdogs on left and right say: Beware the Curators.
Blue Water Vets: March 3, 2019: The amazing fight by so-called Blue Water Vets who were denied V.A. benefits after their exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam.
Immigration and National Security
The Greek Burden: Sept. 8, 2019 Europe is suffering an illegal immigration and refugee crisis and the debate sounds a lot like ours.
Saved in America: Dec. 2, 2018 American girls trafficked as sex slaves become fallout from border crime.
Anti-Sanctuary Cities: Sept. 16, 2018 The movement against sanctuary cities and the true crime statistics attributed to illegal immigrants.
Anti-Sanctuary City: March 4, 2018 One of the most unexpected finds along the southern border: a primarily Hispanic town that is against sanctuary cities.
Border Security: Dec. 3, 2017 An eye-opening ride-along on the southern border with the men and women protecting us.
China Rising: Nov. 19, 2017 China’s massive “One Belt One Road” initiative is raising its profile in places the U.S. needs to remain strong and influential.
Lone Survivor: Oct. 29, 2017 Why is former ICE agent Victor Avila being treated like an outcast after he was shot in an attack by Mexican drug cartels?
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