On Ali Velshi's MSNBC show, he nails the former Senator for giving opinions, never facts. A worthy performance where he made Coburn look pretty foolish.
For the first time, the agency would have the authority to kick out physicians and other providers who engage in abusive prescribing.
Walgreen Co., the nation's largest drug store chain, announced Monday it will provide a month of prescriptions to those customers who do not yet have a new insurance plan identification number. If that policy sounds familiar, it should.
Republicans have convenient memories when it comes to glitchy program rollouts.
From the office of Sen. Bernie Sanders -- Deficit Hawk Hypocrites: Who caused deficits? Some of the same people in Congress who bemoan all the red ink in the federal budget actually created the problem. At a Senate Budget Committee hearing on
I'm waiting to see how Mitt Romney walks any of this back once the general election begins if he ends up winning the Republican presidential nomination because I don't see how his statements tonight on Social Security and Medicare are going to help
Newt Gingrich personally urged members of Congress to vote for a controversial Medicare expansion bill in 2003, confirm two GOP congressmen who were in the room. Gingrich, who is running for president, has said he never lobbied members of
John Podesta Calls Out Liz Cheney On The Bush Tax Cuts, Medicare Part D And Two Wars Being The Drivers Of Our Deficit
Apparently Fox News thinks that the daughter of mister deficits don't matter Dick Cheney who helped to break the bank on our spending for two invasions of countries that were never a threat to us and the Bush tax cuts that they justified as being okay because we had a surplus under Bill Clinton is somehow now qualified to weigh in on our problem with the deficit and this very dangerous game of kabuki theater we're watching now on raising the debt ceiling.