Episode

4/18 David Dayen: The Hidden Monopoly Driving Drug Prices & President Gary Cohen

April 18, 2017

Donald Trump threatens North Korea and demonstrates he has no idea what he is talking about. Georgia special election might be a win for Democrats. Trump records an anti Pelosi robocall in Georgia.

Journalist David Dayen, explains the hidden monopoly that drives up prescription drug prices. What are PBMs and why they matter. How drug companies are leveraged by PBMs and how to being PBMs under control. Who is Gary Cohen? Donald Trump’s major recent policy reversals. Trump’s new tune on China. The Trump Administration is still racist. Why the new NAFTA will probably look just like the TPP. Trump goes globalist and why Goldman Sachs policy and bigoted immigration policies can work together.

On The Fun Half: measuring the polls in Georgia. ICE’s new crackdowns on immigrants. Tom Cotton confronted at a townhall for being a corporate shill. Dean Heller confronted for voting against women’s healthcare at a townhall in Nevada and not giving clear answers on Obamacare. Senator Diane Feinstein flubs an answer on Single Payer healthcare. Congressman Markwayne Mullin, says he does not benefit from being in Congress and he does not work with his constituents because he pays taxes and your calls and IMs.

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