I try not to pay much attention to the staffing decisions of President Trump’s “Boston-phone-book presidency.” Yes, I realize those choices are important, but my focus is policy.
As such, I don’t have any strong opinions on the ouster of David Shulkin, the now-former Secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs. But I definitely have something to say about whether America’s military vets should be consigned to an inefficient (at best) and costly form of government-run healthcare.
By the way, the VA scandals haven’t stopped.
Here are some excerpts from a report in USA Today.
A USA TODAY investigation found the VA — the nation’s largest employer of health care workers — has for years concealed…
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