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Tony Stewart & The Sociopathic Business Model™

August 10, 2014 From The New York Times: Tony Stewart, a three-time Nascar champion, was moonlighting Saturday night. He had gone back to his racing roots for a few hours, competing in a local dirt-track event at Canandaigua Motorsport Park in upstate New York, bumping and grinding...

Tell JNJ to Clean Up Their Mesh: Boycott The BandAid

August 5, 2014 Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon's Gynecare (the leader in transvaginal mesh sales) spokesperson Sheri Woodruff  says that “many” view the mesh they still sell that causes bladder leaks as the “gold standard.”  There are currently over 22,000 federal cases agaisnt Johnson & Johnson alone. After a recent FDA...

Doctors Crying Over “Sunshine”? The Sociopathic Business Model™Edition

July 29, 2014 More Sunshine! As previously discussed the Sunshine Act reports physician's financial interactions with  manufacturers of drugs and medical devices to the CMS.   That information is about to be released to the public but some doctors are not happy about the transparency. According to WSJ Pharmalot: A group...

FBI Scandal

July 25, 2014 Justice Department OIG: Number of Cases Impacted by FBI Lab Scandal “Is Really Unknown” Cynthia Schnedar, Deputy Inspector General at the Justice Department, was interviewed by Federal News Radio about the DOJ OIG’s recent bombshell report documenting how DOJ failed to properly review criminal...

UPDATED: Supreme Court-Hobby Lobby-Personification of Business

  UPDATED:  June 30, 2014 The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a setback to the Affordable Care Act, ruling that  employers with religious objections can refuse to pay for contraception. In a 5-4 decision handed down by conservative justice Samuel Alito, the court sided with arts and crafts...

“Right To Be Forgotten” vs. Forced Accountability

June 19, 2014 From Tech Dirt: Following the ridiculous right to be forgotten ruling in the EU Court of Justice last month, we knew that it would open the floodgates to crazy requests from people trying to take down embarrassing things about them online. Immediately after the ruling, politicians...