Before I head to a new assignment, here are some final words on a few topics.
Allegations about Valeant’s practices and its own disclosures while under pressure cause one to wonder.
Legislative “reform” is hurting legitimate inventors.
Jonathan Mahler’s piece on the Osama bin Laden raid is as much about the nature of journalism as it is about the facts surrounding the event.
Of course they can. So why won’t anti-tobacco advocates get behind them?
The screenwriter says his new movie is not a biopic. So true. The film simply doesn’t understand its subject.
When it comes to government handouts, the conservative billionaires don’t necessarily practice what they preach.
A chemical-safety bill in the Senate shows the wisdom of “good, old-fashioned legislating.”
The association is happy with a ruling that found it violated the law.
He says yes. His positions on the issues suggest otherwise.