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With Teladoc, the Doctor 
Will See You Now ... Really!
by Cal Thomas
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Dobbs – Congressional Leaders Like 
“Little Pink Poodles” Afraid Of The Bad Guys
{rickwells.us} ~ Lou Dobbs and Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch have both had more than they can take of the corruption and complicity in it that is so commonplace in the DC swamp... particularly in the Department of Justice. From judges in America to the Attorney General and all points in between, fairness and the fidelity to the Constitution are no longer valued or required. Dobbs opens by taking note of the fact that Paul Manafort is not being allowed to defend himself in public against such a tyrannical judge, making his point. Dobbs moves on to the topic that really has him beside himself, saying, “The House Intelligence Committee has decided to strike a deal with the co-founder of the political smear machine, Fusion GPS.” He continues, “It’s the outfit that authored the infamous Trump dossier. The panel will lift its subpoena and Glenn Simpson will meet behind closed doors with them.” Dobbs asks his audience, “Do you see the theme here, gag orders, closed doors? Simpson’s attorneys say he won’t plead the Fifth as two fellow executives did just last month.”... https://rickwells.us/dobbs-congress-pink-poodles/#prettyPhoto
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Trump Gives China “Great Credit” For Taking
Advantage Of Weak, Compromised US Presidents
{rickwells.us} ~ President Trump, speaking in Beijing on his Asian trip was considerate of the hospitality, relationship with President Xi and the cooperation he’s receiving in a variety of areas... including the important and tense matter of North Korea. President Trump recognizes that much of the inequities between our two nations are simply the result of China acting in their own best interest competing with an America with leadership that was unwilling to put their own nation first. He said, “Both the United States and China will have a more prosperous future if we can achieve a level economic playing field.” That might have been the point at which some were expecting the attack language from the American President, but it was not to be. Trump said, “Right now, unfortunately, it is a very one-sided and unfair one. But, but, I don’t blame China. After all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens?”...  https://rickwells.us/trump-china-credit-presidents/
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Rep. Gaetz: "We Are at Risk of a Coup d'Etat 
in This Country" Unless Mueller Resigns or is Fired
by MICHAEL W. CHAPMAN
{familysecuritymatters.org} ~ House Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) called on Special Counsel Robert Mueller -- who is investigating alleged Russian collusion with the Trump 2016 campaign -- to resign... because there is an apparent conflict of interest involving Mueller and an alleged campaign to undermine the president and force him from office. Rep. Gaetz also called for a special prosecutor to investigate the Uranium One scandal, the liar-Clinton Foundation, and the Fusion GPS firm, which produced the "Russian dossier" alleging Trump-Russia collusion and which was paid by liar-nObama for America's law firm, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and the liar-Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.  Special Counsel Mueller's investigation is, in part, based on the Fusion GPS-provided "dossier."...  http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/rep-gaetz-...
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Judge again dismisses liar-Clinton email suits
by JOSH GERSTEIN
{politico.com} ~ A federal judge has dismissed — for a second time — a pair of lawsuits seeking to force the State Department to do more to recover former Secretary of State liar-Hillary Clinton's emails... The new ruling from U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg could irritate President Donald Trump, who is said to have been fuming in recent weeks over reports that the State Department is still processing a backlog of tens of thousands of liar-Clinton emails the FBI came across during its investigation into whether liar-Clinton or her aides broke the law by exchanging information deemed classified. Trump has also complained publicly that the Justice Department has failed to to dig into liar-Clinton's email use...These Judges need to get out of the way, the people want to know the truths. https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/10/clinton-email-suits-dismi...
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Podesta Group CEO, 
Kimberley Fritts, Quits Lobbying Group
{theconservativetreehouse.com} ~ An interesting development amid the various swampy happenings both domestically and internationally.  With Robert Mueller focusing on foreign interest lobbying efforts within Washington DC... and amid Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman confronting corruption within the financing of foreign political influence; Podesta CEO Kimberley Fritts announces she is leaving to form her own firm. Considering that Mrs. Fritts previously announced her intention of remaining at the Podesta group and rebranding the lobbying firm, sans Tony Podesta, questions arise as to what might have made Fritts change her mind...  https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/10/podesta-group-ceo-k...
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With Teladoc, the Doctor 
Will See You Now ... Really!

by Cal Thomas
{townhall.com} ~ If you're tired of the dysfunction in Washington -- the backbiting, the questioning of motives, the failure to agree on much of anything, the one-upmanship, the allegations about a "stolen" presidential election, Russian "collusion," the posturing and boorish behavior -- how about focusing on something that is working and benefits a growing number of people?

Consider a company called Teladoc, which provides access to a doctor through a computer screen, telephone, or mobile app. The waiting time, a company official tells me, is between eight and ten minutes. That beats any doctor's office I have ever been in, even with an appointment. The company claims a 95 percent satisfaction rate with 92 percent of issues resolved after the first visit.

Here's how it works. Say your child wakes up in the middle of the night with a fever or some other health issue. You go to your computer, phone or mobile app and describe the symptoms to the doctor, who then prescribes treatment. It can be in the form of a prescription or, if the symptoms seem more serious, the doctor will recommend a specialist or a trip to the hospital. The doctor has previously been provided your family's medical history through the app.

Teladoc services are offered through a subscribing company's insurance plan. The company currently serves 10,000 clients and 20 million members, according to a company spokeswoman. All physicians are board certified and licensed in their respective states. They are available any hour of the day or night and every day of the year. Is your doctor that accessible? Unless you live with one, probably not.

The cost? A low $40 to $45 per session.

Jason Gorevic, Teladoc's CEO, tells me: "Consumers of health care are looking for a better way. Regardless of the political environment, there is a growing demand for a better way to provide medical services to individuals."

Gorevic says Teladoc is especially helpful to people living in rural areas where a doctor is not close by, or unavailable.

Reporting on this growing and popular trend in telemedicine, health care writer Bruce Japsen wrote in Forbes magazine: "Health plans see a way for patients to get high-quality care from a physician and the potential to avoid a more expensive trip to a hospital emergency room." Teladoc executives also say they are seeing growth opportunities in mental health, dermatology and smoking cessation programs.

Japsen adds that the field of virtual medicine is growing about ten percent per year with projections it will soon reach 26.9 million, which seems likely given the current spurt.

Gorevic sees increasing interest from health plans that contract with state Medicaid programs for poor Americans, as well as Medicare Advantage plans that provide benefits to seniors. This could save time and money by reducing trips to emergency rooms for less serious ailments.

Let's review: A health plan that bypasses government bureaucracy; rapid access to a doctor who knows a family's medical history; prompt treatment, or quick referral; low cost -- what's not to like?

It is another example of how the private sector, when it is allowed to innovate and flourish, outshines the federal government almost every time.

Virtual medicine, led by companies like Teladoc, is not the wave of the future, but of the present.

If you're unhappy with increasingly expensive, impersonal and slow access to medical care -- and some liberal politicians are already pushing for single-payer, which would likely make waiting times longer and lower the quality of treatment -- you might feel a lot better, while saving money and time, by going virtual.

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Nuclear Official Says Hillary Clinton Engaged In Extortion
Secret FBI Informant Is Set To Blow Open Uranium-One Scandal


According to “Clinton Cash,” author Peter Schweizer, then Senator Hillary Clinton extorted a Kazakh official involved in the Uranium-One deal. It is possible Schweizer misspoke and meant to say Secretary of State Clinton.

The Breitbart News editor-at-large did not go further into detail, merely alluding to the fact that the secret FBI informant’s testimony on the Uranium-One scandal next week will be “very interesting.”

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SCHWEIZER: “Well, I have to say upfront, I have not met him. I don’t know him. But, what I understand by looking at legal documents involving this case. This guy was an insider’s insider. He was being paid by the Russian company $50,000 a month to serve as a lobbyist. And in the legal filings, what you find is his job was to basically carry the flag for this entity in Washington, D.C. And that job included setting up meetings with high ranking administration officials.

This would have been the Obama Administration. People on Capitol Hill. And other elite influence, you know, makers. So, he was working in a very, very high level. And what has leaked out seems to indicate he has got a lot of information that relates specifically to uranium one. So, it’s going to be very exciting and I think it’s important to point out, judge, also, remember, we already have a foreign government official saying that involving uranium one that he and his fellow government employees were extorted by the Clintons then senator Hillary Clinton.

This comes from the head of their atomic agency saying that Senator Clinton refused to meet with officials unless and until they granted uranium concessions to ended up giving more than $100 million to the Clinton Foundation. So we have got that testimony. We have got this new witness coming out. It’s going to get very interesting here in the weeks ahead.

William D. Campbell has come forward as the secret FBI informant in the Uranium-One deal. The informant revealed he is eager to testify because of his “concerns about Russia’s activities in the United States, but declined to comment further,” reports Reuters.

“I have worked with the Justice Department undercover for several years, and documentation relating to Uranium One and political influence does exist, and I have it,” Campbell told Reuters.

According to a report by Andrea Noble, Campbell personally bribed a Russian businessman working for state-owned energy giant Rosatom. The informant then attempted to recoup the money — but failed.

Washington Times reports: A FBI informant who gave the government information about a Russian bribery plot implicated in the sale of U.S. uranium rights tried unsuccessfully last year to recover upwards of $700,000 in bribes he said he was authorized to pay as part of the FBI investigation.

William D. Campbell has emerged now as the key figure in a congressional probe into Russia’s 2010 purchase of U.S. uranium rights and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s role in approving the deal.

His identity had been shielded for weeks, but court records obtained by The Washington Times, as well as a report by Reuters, identified the man.

Mr. Campbell has not returned calls from The Washington Times seeking comment, but his civil suit, describing his involvement in the FBI investigation, matches details of the criminal case brought against Vadim Mikerin. Mikerin, who was the head of U.S. operations for Tenex, a subsidiary of Russia’s atomic energy giant Rosatom, was convicted of money laundering and other crimes and in 2015 sentenced to four years in prison.

As The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reported on Thursday evening, Investigative reporter John Solomon told Sean Hannity that the Campbell has video of briefcases full of money in the bribery of case on Hillary Clinton.

Solomon says the Reuters report today downplaying the informant is completely inaccurate.

The informant says he is in fear for his life since he was outed by the Sessions DOJ.
Campbell will reportedly testify on Monday.

The informant will testify next week before Congress.

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