We all want to live a comfortable life. In short, they yield a deeper sense of satisfaction with life than many people report experiencing today. Over time, their supposedly objective news coverage has been exposed as right-wing propaganda that was pretty blatantly pandering to the Bush administration while they were in power. It struck me how in our culture we define the good life more in terms of the consumption of material goods than in relationship to any other quality. Perhaps the answer to where we can find credible news sources lies with CNNstill bland and presenting the façade her explanation of objectivity while concealing a subtle left-wing biaswho now, apparently, resorts to biogs, Twitter feeds and Facebook posts to supplement their on-site correspondent reports. crustal Champagne, Expensive Cars, First Class Jet Airline Seats, Bling Simply listen to the vast majority of contemporary music on the airwaves these days for confirmation. We need to know that we can provide for our families and be free of the pressure of struggling to make ends meet. The tragic consequence of all this government pandering and institutional propaganda is that the number-one casualty in mainstream news coverage is credibility. I have two teenagers in my house so I know all too well: crustal champagne, expensive cars, first class jet airline seats, bling the list goes on and on. So if the good life is about having things, how is it that so many people who have so many things have lives that lack so much satisfaction and meaning?
(For graphic of Pentagon spending on EpiPen, click http://tmsnrt.rs/2eg5Qi2 ) THE FULL PICTURE The impact of Mylan's price hikes on government health programs, such as Medicaid, has been obscured by highly complex pharmaceutical pricing and opaque negotiations. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as well as several large state Medicaid programs, have released partial details on their spending, saying full information on rebates is confidential under U.S. law. Without such details, it is impossible to discern what price an agency is paying for EpiPen. At Reuters' request, the Defense Department provided the most comprehensive picture of EpiPen spending by a government agency, including fiscal year expenditures since 2008, average price per pack and the number of prescriptions filled by type of dispensing location for all EpiPens obtained by military service members, their families and retirees. The department's spending on EpiPens has increased fivefold since 2008, far outpacing the 130 percent growth in prescriptions, the data shows. Defense spending on the injectors at retail pharmacies - which accounted for 53,500 of 226,000 EpiPen prescriptions for the last fiscal year that ended Sept. 30 - has grown มติชน 29 สิงหาคม 2559 more than tenfold, to $28 million from $2.4 million in 2008. While EpiPen spending represents a fraction of a percent of the Defense Department's $49 billion annual healthcare budget, the data illustrates the premium it was paying for EpiPens at retail outlets. "Lawmakers would not be terribly happy to hear that DoD is paying more at retail," said Brian Bruen, a drug economics researcher at George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health.
He used his Twitter to blast out real-time information fromPete Williams, another NBC reporter who appears to have been working on the story. Reporting from @PeteWilliamsNBC : This is not a reopening of the email investigation. As a technical matter, it was never closed Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) October 28, 2016 More @PeteWilliamsNBC : Comey letter was sent to Hill out of an abundance of caution to be extra thorough 2/ Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) October 28, 2016 . @PeteWilliamsNBC adds: There is no sense that any of this was due to withholding of evidence. New emails discovered on another device 3/ Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) October 28, 2016 And @PeteWilliamsNBC says that while the political consequences of todays news could be substantial, they might not be legally 4/ Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) October 28, 2016 Williams, who is the News and Justice correspondent at NBC News, explained that the probe has not been reopened on MSNBC: NBCs Pete Williams: Sr. officials sayDuring separate investigation a device led to addl emailsnot from Clinton https://t.co/QmmNoxXhOx Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) October 28, 2016 When the director announced in July that theyd found no evidence, they were through with the bulk of it. As a purely technical thing, investigations dont just close like that the next day. So, its really never been closed. It will at some point be, but it hasnt been yet, so to be purely technical about it, its not being reopened. Senior news editor and writer at NBC Nightly News Bradd Jaffy tweeted out the video of Williams saying that, getting responses that called Comey irresponsible and accused him of putting his thumb on the scale. Murray retweeted one of those: It appears that a number of staff membersat NBC News is joining together to combat the misconception that the probe is being reopened. [image: screengrab]
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As for Woodward and Bernstein, they are both retired and writing books for a living. crustal Champagne, Expensive Cars, First Class Jet Airline Seats, Bling Simply listen to the vast majority of contemporary music on the airwaves these days for confirmation. Back in the day when the Republicans controlled both houses and the Presidency, a period that might well go down in history as a modern-day Dark Ages or Reign of Terror, the Fox News channel was considered to be the bastion of credible news. We all want to live a comfortable life. So if Growth in Income has not made People Happier than obviously they are not Living the Good Life How is it that so many People who have so Many Things have lives that Lack so much Satisfaction and Meaning? In the United States, for example, the average persons income more than doubled between 1957 and 2002, yet the share of people reporting themselves to be “very happy” over that period remained static.