President Trump has made much, in public, of his zeal for lowering the “out of control” drug prices in the U.S. market. Choosing former Eli Lilly top exec Alex Azar to replace the disgraced Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services will all but guarantee that doesn’t happen.
In 2014, the span of a single year, an astounding 29,467 Americans died by overdose of opioid-related drugs, including prescriptions.
(ANALYSIS) -- Safety of the people and security of the nation should be priority number one for any leader who wishes to have a successful tenure in office, perhaps even multiple terms — and the President of the United States is no exception to this model. So, why, then, has a killer of tens of thousands each year still on the