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High Risk: The Debate Over the Price of Specialty Drugs and Zika Virus

In an interview with CFIF, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the history and regulations surrounding drug prices, who should finance important medical advancements, and the continuing Zika threat.

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September 27, 2016 • 01:11 pm

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Yes, Partisanship Can Be Frustrating, but It's Better Than the Alternative
By David Harsanyi
Sunday, January 17 2016
"It's one of the few regrets of my presidency — that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better," President Barack Obama lamented in a State of the Union speech packed with rancor and suspicion about his political opposition. What the president probably meant — as most of those who claim to want less "partisanship" — is that he regrets so many Americans remain stubbornly attached to their own ideas about the world. For this president, liberal certitude is never partisan, unlike the moral and…
 
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Political Earthquake Ahead
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Powerball's Biggest Winner: Government
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Obama's Legacy Is Executive Abuse
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The first session of the U.S. Supreme Court was held on February 1, 1790, in which one of the following cities?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"A recent Gallup survey found a new low in public trust of the media, with only 32 percent of Americans saying they have a great deal or some trust in newspapers, TV and radio 'to report the news fully, accurately and fairly.' Trust fell eight points in one year alone and is only 14 percent among Republicans.In a change election where both candidates have historically high negative ratings, many voters…[more]
 
 
—Michael Goodwin, New York Post
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Who won the first 2016 televised presidential debate?