EntertheStars Reloaded explores the corruption linking the Clintons and Clinton Foundation with the pharmaceutical company Mylan and its EpiPen. Those sold for $100 for a two-pack when Mylan acquired the device, but after the government required schools to carry the EpiPens, the price rose to $600. Of course, the Clintons and Hillary’s campaign manager John Podesta all got huge cuts.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Here, U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Missouri, speaks at the launch of the Alliance to End Human Trafficking. Wagner has been in the forefront of the fight against human trafficking, especially sex trafficking involving children. She gave this talk Nov. 14 in Washington, DC.