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Truth in Media: The Revolving Door Between The FDA and Big Pharma Find out the truth behind the tactics, the strategy and the revolving door between the FDA and these big pharmaceutical companies that claim to be looking out for your health:
Abby Martin breaks down how the Ag giant Monsanto has established a permanent revolving door in Washington, highlighting major conflicts of interest between top government officials who have personal stakes in the company. LIKE Breaking the Set @ http://fb.me/BreakingTheSet FOLLOW Abby Martin @ http://twitter.com/AbbyMartin
The following interview is from the May 5th episode of Ring of Fire on Free Speech TV (http://www.freespeech.org/RingofFire). The Food and Drug administration is supposed to protect consumers from dangerous drugs, and make sure that drug companies are doing the proper tests of their products. But thanks to the revolving door between industry and the government, safety checks have become almost non-existent. Ring of Fire host Mike Papantonio speaks to attorney and consumer advocate Daniel Nigh about how defunct the FDA has become due to their cozy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry. Watch Ring of Fire every Sunday at 12pm Eastern/9am Pacific on Free Speech TV! Follow more of our stories at http://www.RingofFireRadio.com Be sociable! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook...
The revolving door with the FDA and pharmaceutical industries is a major problem. Members of the FDA are leaving over to the big pharma. Because the pharmaceutical companies want to earn as much money as they can, they use their connections to the FDA to get their drug approved. But then the FDA might approve a harmful drug and that will affect us, the public. We must take action to prevent the revolving door. Belluz, Julia. "The FDA's Drug Reviewers Keep Leaving To Work For Big Pharma, and It's a Big Problem." VOX, 28 Sept. 2016, www.vox.com/2016/9/28/13059538/ fda-drug-regulation-revolving-door. Accessed 27 Nov. 2016. Brennan, Zachary. “FDA and Industry: How Dangerous is the Revolving Door?” RAPS, 16 Nov. 2016, www.raps.org/Regulatory-Focus/News/2016/11/16/26202/FDA-and-I...
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http://www.citizensforethics.org/generals CREW and Brave New Foundation have released Strategic Maneuvers, a new report and short film revealing the extent of the Pentagon's revolving door phenomenon, in which retired high-ranking generals and admirals cash in on their years of military experience by taking lucrative jobs with the defense industry. Get all the details: http://www.citizensforethics.org/generals
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Sick how openly defense companies' presidents and vice presidents serve as the heard of departments in the pentagon, but that is how it is. Of course they award themselves money in times of war. That's why it shouldn't be called the "defense" department. It should be called the offense department. If occupying countries and bombing homes is defense then what theheck do you have to do for it to be called offense?
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Krishnan, Chandu. "Fixing the Revolving Door." Fixing the Revolving Door. Harvard University, n.d. Web. 29 Oct. 2015. "Revolving Door." OpenSecrets. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2015. The revolving door is a problem that results in outside influences coming into our government. The idea is that there’s a revolving door between the private and public sectors. Many former legislators and regulators become consultants for the industries that they once regulated, and some high level private industry employees receive government appointments that relate to their former job in the private sector. Movement between the public and private sector, has some benefits, but those are easily overridden by the significant risk of corruption such as conflicts of interests. Right now, the government has some, b...
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American democracy is being jeopardized by an unethical, but legal political process known as the revolving door. This is the story of the revolving door and its impact on the banking crisis of 2008.
This is a video test of a news show we are starting. I wanted to put something quick up, test the graphics, and editing. The information is real, and very important to research for yourself. We have information about the FDA revolving door, vaccine production, H1N1, seasonal flu, monsanto and more. e-mail to our secure hushmail account as firstname.lastname@example.org We want and need to hear from you. E-mail at this channel, or email@example.com note: Canon FS-11, H264/MPEG-4 AVC, 3012 kbps, 720x480 SD Widescreen
CREATED BY AN 8TH GRADER CHANGE THE REVOLVING DOOR! HELP THE GOVERNMENT! THE REVOLVING DOOR So what is it? The revolving door is leaving a government job for a corporation job it could also be the other way around. What is the problem of the revolving door? Well the revolving door gives companies an unfair advantage and is also a form of corruption. In other words it is like cheating the system. If a person switches from a company to the government the person could create a law to especially help that company. CLEARLY THIS PROBLEM NEEDS A SOLUTION As a solution we can not allow lobbyists to offer jobs to congressmen so that way the congressmen won’t feel the need to create laws in favor of that company, therefore eliminates the revolving door. with the revolving door not in existence, a...
The revolving door is a issue all over the world and it is corrupting our government. I will explain this issue and show some examples too. This may help you with research about issues of the government. American Pharmacist Association. 23 Nov. 2016, www.pharmacist.com/article/ fda-and-industry-how-dangerous-revolving-door#main-con. Accessed 1 Dec. 2016. Brennan, Zachary. "How Dangerous Is the Revolving Door." Raps, 16 Nov. 2016, www.raps.org/Regulatory-Focus/News/2016/11/16/26202/ FDA-and-Industry-How-Dangerous-is-the-Revolving-Door/. Accessed 1 Dec. 2016. Carney, Timothy. "Obama's Drug Lobbyist Passes back Through the Revolving Door." Washington Examiner, 16 Nov. 2016, www.washingtonexaminer.com/ obamas-drug-lobbyist-passes-back-through-the-re...
Have you ever thought about how the government has it so easy? Well, it's because of a very sneaky system called the "The Revolving Door". It's when a former worker of some corporation switches jobs between different corporations or more commonly, the government. They are most likely on a mission to change laws or make new ones that would favor the company they're working for. Pretty sneaky, right? Bibliography Citations: Bonnette, Edward. "The Revolving Door: FDA and the Monsanto Company." Independent Voter Project, 11 Feb. 2013, ivn.us/2013/02/11/ the-revolving-door-fda-and-the-monsanto-company/. Accessed 18 Nov. 2016. Brennen, Zachary. FDA and Industry: How Dangerous Is the Revolving Door? Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, 16 Nov. 2016. Regulatory Affairs...
"Foxes in Chicken Coop"? Has the FDA become the Big Pharma alumni club... and how is that affecting consumers? Atty. Christopher Naughton hosts a contentious conversation that covers questionable approval of certain drugs; a revolving door of deputy commissioners; controversies over advisory committees; and allegations of unwarranted pharmaceutical company influence under both the Bush and now Obama administrations. The American Law Journal presents "The FDA: Big Conflicts Over Big Pharma?" Corporate defense counsel Hope Freiwald of Dechert LLP squares off against plaintiff's counsel Stephen Sheller of Sheller, P.C.. Joining them are award-winning journalist Ed Silverman of Pharmalot and former pharma counsel and now plaintiff's attorney Matt Harman of Harman Law LLC in Atlanta, GA. Pro...
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you're reluctant to cause yourself stress, keep on
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regards to whom it won't concern
smiles for those who won't return
patches where there's nothing torn
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never changes my mind about you
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