Dr. Sidney Wolfe has a lot on his plate. His main job is serving as director of Public Citizen's Health Research Group -- a post he's held since 1971, when he helped found the organization with Ralph Nader. Since February, he's also been serving as acting president of Public Citizen. In August, after decades pillorying the FDA for being too friendly with pharmaceutical companies, he was appointed to the agency's Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee. Wolfe suggests "better leadership" for the FDA, including a new general counsel and a commissioner "who believes in law enforcement."