The reported success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) is based on enrollment. Millions more have “coverage.” Similarly, the predicted disasters from repeal have to do with loss of coverage. Tens of thousands of deaths will allegedly follow.
Where are the statistics about the number of heart operations done on babies born with birth defects, the latest poster children? How about the number of babies saved by this surgery, and the number allowed to die without an attempt at surgery — before and after ACA? Continue reading
Analysis: Russian President Vladimir Putin said early Wednesday that he is willing to provide transcripts of the meeting between Russian officials and President Trump to Congress in order to prove the president did not share classified secrets, The Hill and Circa.com have reported.
Putin is reportedly willing to hand over such records after The Washington Post published, by all standards, a factious report disputed by eyewitnesses that Trump revealed classified information to Russian officials during a meeting in the Oval Office. Continue reading
A Circa news story by John Solomon focused on accountability notes several specific examples of stupid stories bombastic media got wrong even beyond petulant child Bill Maher’s hissy fit.
Solomon, Chief Operating Officer of Circa, is a lifelong investigative reporter whose three-decades of reporting has spanned many political scandals from Iran-Contra to the Clinton impeachment. Continue reading
FBI Director James Comey
Updated: A list of FBI Scandals has been added here to Sen. James Lankford’s statement on the firing of FBI Director James Comey:
“James Comey had an incredibly difficult job in his role as FBI Director and I am grateful for his service. The issues that our law enforcement, intelligence community, and congressional committees deal with each day are very sensitive and have life or death implications. Continue reading
Updated: House Republicans on Thursday narrowly approved a sweeping health bill to fulfill their campaign promise to upend ObamaCare after a first attempt to package a health plan died on the floor six weeks earlier.
Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK First District) voted for the package and his comments follow. The revised American Health Care Act passed on a 217-213 vote. It heads next to the Senate where debate is expected to be spirited. Continue reading