Trump Backs Federal 'Right to Try' Experimental Drugs, Already Law in 37 States

Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 5:30pm
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Aug. 10, 2017

Good morning from Washington, where the plot of House Democrats' IT scandal thickens while lawmakers vacation. We've got the immigration angle from Mark Tapscott and related commentary from Michelle Malkin. President Trump favors a federal law allowing Americans to try experimental drugs that could save their lives. Fred Lucas reports. What's with Google's sacking of an open-minded employee? Jarrett Stepman explores. Plus: Jason Snead on the Gray Lady's offensive "voter suppression" game, Katrina Willis on a technology maven's LGBT agenda, and Walter Williams on how much college matters.

News

Trump Backs Federal 'Right to Try' Experimental Drugs, Already Law in 37 States

 

A federal law is needed, advocates say, so the Food and Drug Administration won't step in and prevent states from allowing sick patients to have access to new drugs.

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Commentary

Google Employee Goes to Chopping Block for Sharing Politically Incorrect Memo

 

The philosophy of "diversity and inclusion" in Silicon Valley has been warped into a tool used against all dissenters.

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Commentary

New York Times 'Voter Suppression' Video Game Is Pure Propaganda

 

This shameless game portrays race and geography as the determining factors in one's ability to vote, while disregarding the alarmism and stereotypes it perpetuates.

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News

Chuck Grassley Seeks Immigration Files for Suspects in House IT Probe

 

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee requests documents on the six Pakistani suspects accused of stealing equipment from Congress and accessing computers without permission.

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Commentary

How Did Democrats' IT Scandal Suspects Get Here?

 

Given that these foreign IT workers now under investigation were paid for with our tax dollars, Americans deserve to know their path to the public trough.

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News

Tech Tycoon Wants to Punish 'Wicked' Foes of LGBT Activism

 

"It's the religious right that decided to make marriage an issue," the Colorado multimillionaire says.

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Commentary

Is College Education Worth It?

 

Why should students be admitted to college when they are not capable of academic performance at the college level? That gets the nation's high schools off the hook.

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