When Trump can't put down Twitter to listen to small business? Even Fox News has had enough.
The first step is admitting you have a problem.
"I'll tell you, that clip, when I saw it last night, it made me very, very sad, very sad for our country, that we are at such a moral rock bottom," Rep. Escobar said.
After seeing the consequences of their aggressive opioid marketing, the Sackler family wanted to push the company into starting for-profit rehabilitation centers.
Purdue Pharmaceuticals knew how addictive OxyContin was, but they marketed it aggressively anyway.
Stephanie Ruhle pushed back on the language, but did not disagree.
Responding to the Boy Scout Jamboree fiasco, Roland Martin noted: "He has to get his fix with crowds, and it makes him crazy."
And the Republican Senate is addicted to "obstruction."
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said over the weekend that he would address the problem of addiction "as a doctor" by improving the "values and principle" of the country.
In only the world created by Pat Robertson would addiction be reduced to people being slaves to vegetables.
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