When is the media going to start asking this guy why anyone would want him as a so-called "point man" on health care?
CBS Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan gives Florida Sen. Rick Scott a complete pass for his time overseeing a hospital company fined for the largest case of Medicare fraud in history while asking him about being Trump's point person on health care.
Thom Hartmann takes apart media obsession with FanGate, suggesting perhaps Rick Scott did that on purpose to distract from his criminal record.
Bloomberg investigates the impacts of uranium mining in Jadugara, India, on thousands of poor villagers living in the toxic shadows of India’s nuclear power boom, and more.
Never mind the flip-flopping on his stance on immigration or whether he's hoping his family and their supporters will be doing their part to give Americans a big heaping helping of revisionist history when it comes to his brother's time in office, as Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio and guest Sam Seder reminded their listeners this week, there is a hole host of other issues that the public should know about if Jeb Bush does actually throw his hat into the ring and runs for president in 2016.
Since repeal of the Affordable Care Act is Job One on every Republican candidate's to-do list, it's worth looking at their own relationships to the health care industry, particularly the profiteering angle. The Health Care Renewal blog has a