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A Tale of Queen Elizabeth as a Spirited, Young Princess
'I'll have you know I am not a lady,' she said.

September 18, 2022  •  Wall Street Journal

The headline of Gerard Baker's column, "Queen Elizabeth Didn't Take Her Majesty for Granted" (Free Expression, Sept. 13), may have been true during her reign as monarch, but it wasn't always so. Let me explain.

In 1967 I was visiting the Churchill War Rooms, which are underground beneath the Treasury in London's Whitehall. It was before the rooms were open to the public, and I was included in a group of retired Scotland Yard officers who had been stationed there during World War II. Their stories were remarkable.

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The FDA tasks the Reagan-Udall Foundation with a whitewash review
The FDA has many shortcomings. It's doubtful that the Reagan-Udall Foundation is the organization best equipped to suggest remedies.

September 17, 2022  •  Washington Examiner

The FDA has problems in many of the product areas it oversees – slow approval of drugs; unnecessary, prolonged shortages of infant formula; and problematic, ineffective regulation of tobacco products, among others. To his credit, the agency head, Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf seems to realize that. In July, he acknowledged that "the agency has confronted a series of challenges that have tested our regulatory frameworks and stressed the agency's operations, prompting me to take a closer look at how we do business."

To accomplish that, he commissioned a report to recommend corrective actions.

So far, so good.

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A Reflection From When Queen Elizabeth II Was A Child
A revealing and remote slice of history

September 15, 2022  •  Bristol Herald Courier

As Britons and many others worldwide mourn Queen Elizabeth II's death, I was reminded of a story about her when she was Princess Elizabeth. Half a century ago, I heard it from a Scotland Yard officer assigned to her protection detail at Buckingham Palace in the 1930s.

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Defying Markets to Promote Organics
In the midst of historic inflation, USDA is pumping millions in taxpayer subsidies to support the overpriced, overhyped organic food industry.

September 12, 2022  •  City Journal

Advocates of President Biden's 2021 American Rescue Plan touted the $1.9 trillion-dollar stimulus bill as a vehicle for various goals—to fund a national vaccination program, stop Covid-19, and reopen schools. Who could be against any of that?

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The FDA and Death by Dietary Supplement
Congress needs to empower regulators to protect consumers from dangerous supplements

September 5, 2022  •  Inside Sources

The wife of California Republican congressman Tom McClintock, Lori McClintock, died of dehydration due to gastroenteritis caused by "adverse effects of white mulberry leaf ingestion," according to a just-released coroner's report. That herb is just one of many dubious and potentially life-threatening herbal remedies and other dietary supplements on the market today.

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