My syndicated newspaper column today looks at the government junkets you fund. I’ll have more documents and background material in coming days.
Not Dead Yet, the national disabilities rights group, “is calling for an investigation into what they characterize as the “shoddy medicine” that led to a court order for the removal of life-support from 11-year-old Haleigh Poutre just days after her admission to Massachusetts’ Baystate Medical Center with a severe brain injury. She is now responsive and interactive four months after being declared “virtually brain dead” and in an “irreversible coma.”
If the court order had not been appealed, Haleigh Poutre would now be dead, said Diane Coleman, Not Dead Yet’s founder and president.”
More on the newly released documents here.
Mexican military border incursions: A US Senate committee will hold hearings March 1st on the escalating crisis.
Winds of Change looks at the latest Hamas video and Islamofascism.