Turkey Denies Helping US In Fight Against ISIS

October 15, 2014

It seems that the PINO, Mr. “I Got Osama Bin Laden” has forgotten that perhaps, in the area of foreign policy, some things are better left unsaid. The latest row concerns the key question of whether Turkey, which hosts a sprawling American air base, will let U.S. warcraft fly from it into Iraq and Syria […]

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Hearing the Words of an Awe-Inspiring Woman

October 14, 2014

“What you are is God’s gift to you; what you become is your gift to God.” I heard those words spoken tonight from one of the most remarkable women I have been privileged to hear speak:  Carly Fiorina, the first woman CEO of a Fortune 500 company (Hewlett-Packard), a breast cancer survivor, and the woman […]

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Voter Primer: 5 Reasons to Never Vote Democrat Again

October 14, 2014

We’re just three weeks away from fundamentally transforming the Senate. Oh, never mind. That old, worn-out platitude is as empty as the suit who first professed it. Nevertheless, conservatives have a very good chance—barring Democrat chicanery—of firing the chief obstructionist, also know as Harry Reid, who does, well, not much other than frequently feeding his […]

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Ebola America: More Healthcare Workers Monitored, Calls for CDC Director to Resign

October 14, 2014

Yesterday, we learned the identity of the brave, young nurse who’s tested positive for Ebola, and is now herself fighting the virus. And that Ebola funding has been diverted by the Obama Administration and the CDC to—big shocker—priorities other than Ebola. Further, it’s been reported that approximately 70 other healthcare workers also had contact with […]

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Petition Calls For White House To Ban Flights

October 14, 2014

As the American public becomes increasingly concerned with the obvious lack of cohesiveness between the White House, the CDC, and the medical community in dealing with the Ebola situation, a growing number of people are calling for the banning of flights from Ebola-stricken countries. An article at Breitbart recently reports on a White House petition […]

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Nina Pham: Dedicated Compassionate Texas Nurse Stricken With Ebola

October 13, 2014

Nina Pham, a 26-year-old Texas Christian University graduate, has been identified as the health care provider who tested positive for Ebola. She is one of those on staff who cared for Thomas Eric Duncan as he battled the same disease, and succumbed to its ravages last Wednesday. According to Maria Vultaggio of the International Business […]

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NIH Head Claims Ebola Vaccine Would Exist If They Just Had More Money

October 13, 2014

It’s always about the money. Dr. Francis Collins, in an interview with the Huffington Post ahead of this most recent Ebola case in Dallas, claims that if only the National Institutes of Health (NIH) had only had more money, they would have an Ebola vaccine ready by now. Dr. Francis Collins, the head of the […]

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BREAKING: Dallas Healthcare Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

October 12, 2014

We wake to the awful news this morning that a 2nd person has been diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas. No, it isn’t one of Thomas Eric Duncan’s family members. No, it isn’t one of their friends or even Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, who has been parading around making a nuisance of himself. This time, it […]

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The Gruesome, non-Racist, Death of Thomas Duncan

October 12, 2014

Family members, race hustlers, and pompous talking heads with visions of their own grandiosity (i.e., Geraldo Rivera), have been quick to blame poverty and racism as the reason for the death of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on American soil. They seemed to forget the fact that a human being died a horrific, prolonged […]

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Mexican Government Pays U.S. To Keep Illegal Immigrants In The U.S.

October 11, 2014

With the importation of various diseases into the U.S. over the past year, the most recent and controversial being the case of Ebola brought in by Thomas Duncan, immigration is becoming a more and more important issue. As the parent of a child with lung issues I am disgusted to learn that our state has multiple […]

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