Obama Names Ron Klain, Democrat Party Operative, Ebola Czar

October 17, 2014

Well, the president has finally done what everyone was saying he should do. Take leadership? Oh, heavens, no. He appointed an Ebola czar. Meet the new man in charge, Ronald Klain. So, exactly what medical background does Klain have that would qualify him to be the “Ebola czar” for the United States? If you guessed […]

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Will Travel Ban Help Or Make Ebola Situation Worse?

October 17, 2014

It seems that the White House and the CDC don’t want to put a travel ban in place to keep travelers from Liberia and other ‘hot zone’ countries from entering the United States. Well, the CDC sort of does: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden told a House panel Thursday he isn’t […]

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Why Doesn’t the President Want to Protect the American People?

October 17, 2014

More fresh hell from the Ebola front:  On Thursday a man on a flight from Nigeria to JFK Airport in New York died during that flight after a fit of vomiting. The 63-year-old man had boarded an Arik Air flight out of Lagos Wednesday evening, and shortly before the plane landed he began vomiting, and eventually […]

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Dallas Voting on Whether to Implement Emergency Management System for Ebola

October 16, 2014

The Hill is reporting something that many of us have been saying for quite some time: Ebola is this election cycle’s October surprise.  Liberia already cancelled their elections, and some worry that the same could occur in places like Texas or Connecticut.  Today the city of Dallas will vote on whether to declare a local […]

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Internet Freedom and the Dark Web

October 15, 2014

Dark Web Contents We cherish our freedom of speech, of the press and to post or click within the bounds of the law (which allows a surprising amount of free speech). Of course this is not discussing the adult film industry or certain illegal (and should be) websites. Moreover, the Dark Web was created for […]

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Second Nurse, Amber Vinson, Contracts Ebola, and CDC Cleared Her to Travel

October 15, 2014

Unfortunately, a second nurse who was treating Patient Zero (Thomas Duncan), Amber Joy Vinson, age 29, has now tested positively for the Ebola virus. From NBC News: Officials have said Vinson had extensive contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who died of Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital in Dallas. Medical records provided […]

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Houston Demands That Pastors Turn In Their Sermons

October 15, 2014

Houston elected Annise Parker, an open lesbian, as mayor in 2010. This year, the city passed an equal-rights ordinance which “bans” anti-gay discrimination and would require, among other things, the “right” of men to use women’s restrooms and vice versa — it’s basically political correctness run amok, serving solely to soothe the easily bruised egos […]

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Mrs. Romney Said No

October 15, 2014

Mitt Romney has been very visible and making campaign appearances. There are those who want Mr. Romney to run in 2016 (full disclosure: I hope and pray the answer is No). Interestingly, his wife Ann has a different opinion according to the Daily Mail: Ann Romney slammed the door Monday on another attempt at the […]

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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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