Congress's compromise on funding to fight Zika was a minor victory for pro-lifers, who kept Planned Parenthood from directly receiving federal funds.
Promising ways to reduce the population of mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus are available, but federal bureaucrats are dragging their heels.
For what seems like the hundredth time, Senate Republicans are being falsely accused of playing politics with Zika-virus research funding.
Senate Democrats once again blocked the bill that would direct federal funds toward Zika-virus treatment and prevention.
If giant mosquitoes were the dominant species on the planet, you better believe we’d all be living as farm-fresh blood slaves.
Insurers will receive billions in extra Obamacare funding that legally should be returned to taxpayers. Or we could allocate it to fight Zika.
Dubious, agenda-driven studies on hot-button issues such as BPAs and bioengineering are draining funds from vital public-health research.
Genetically modified mosquitoes could dramatically reduce cases of Zika virus, but the federal bureaucracy can't get its act together.
Our government should be spending its time and money on problems it can actually solve.
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