Head On! radio show with David Cruz and Peter Mathews – 141004

KEIB AM 1150 and iHeart radio with host David Cruz of the HEAD-ON radio program: October 4, 2014: Peter Mathews’ segment “Money and Politics”. Topics include:

  • Voters sour on Congress and the country’s direction
  • Job growth rebounds while wages lag
  • databases show doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceutical industries have financial ties
  • ::Financial Ties between doctors and big pharma seem ‘Conflict of Interest’
  • Health Insurance Industry spending millions to beat pro-consumer measures (in California)
  • Mortgage case strikes back against fraudulent lenders, including a Wells Fargo owned company
  • Conservative Economist tries to ‘wish away’ Income Inequality
  • Germany moves to Tuition Free education modeled after former California Pat Brown’s Master Plan for Higher Education.
  • The State of Tennessee is only U.S. state with similar Tuition Free Higher Education.
  • Ebola virus has already come to the U.S. with several outbreaks, including a Texas man. U.S. Department of Health officials and the nation’s hospitals appear woefully under-prepared and ignorant of the potential pandemic despite warnings.

A MORE DETAILED ANALYSIS OF THE MENTIONED TOPICS IN INDIVIDUAL LINKS MAY BE FOUND BELOW

MSN – Poll: Voters sour on Congress and the country’s direction. Democrats could lose the Senate majority. Lower voter turnout expected.

Online Wall Street Journal – Job growth rebounds while wages lag.

LA Times – Health Care Costs: Database show that doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceuticals have financial ties. Shows conflict of interest.

New York Times – Financial: Ties Between Doctors and Hospitals are Detailed

LA Times – Database shows $3.5 billion in industry ties to doctors, hospitals

LA Times – Health Care Costs: Health insurance industry spending millions to beat pro-consumer measures

LA Times – Economy: Mortgage case strikes back against fraudulent lenders

LA Times – Economy: Conservative economist tries to wish away income inequality.

ThinkProgress.org – Cost of Education: Germany moves to Tuition Free education.

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