Tuesday, October 16, 2018

4 From the WH

 Chart to accompany Moore article of Oct. 14, 2018.

“The Obama administration released thousands of unaccompanied alien children to criminal sponsors,” Dr. Jason Piccolo, a former ICE Supervisor, writes in the Washington Examiner. “I know because I was the Homeland Security whistleblower who legally came forward in late 2015 to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel and to Sen. Chuck Grassley’s office about the releases. And I thought it was wrong. Only now is this serious and dangerous problem finally being dealt with.”

In Fox News, CMS Administrator Seema Verma writes that usually this time of year is greeted with dread, as millions of Americans have had to purchase health insurance in the volatile Obamacare exchange with its skyrocketing premiums. “The Trump administration inherited this market chaos and, once President Trump took office, he acted immediately to help people harmed by ObamaCare. The results of his immediate action are already showing.”

In The Washington Post Amy Goldstein and Carolyn Y. Johnson report that the Trump Administration is proposing a new rule requiring pharmaceutical companies to list the price of medicines on television ads—“the boldest in a series of efforts by the Trump administration to curb rampant drug spending.”

“For those on the left and right who were certain that Donald Trump’s presidency meant the end of global free trade . . . think again,” Stephen Moore writes in The Washington Times. The mostly tariff-free North American trade zone resulting from the new deal with Mexico and Canada “was Ronald Reagan’s vision nearly four decades ago — and that legacy will now live on for hopefully many years to come.”

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