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(Reuters) – The U.S. government will begin testing on people an experimental Ebola vaccine as early as September, after seeing positive results from tests on primates, according to media reports on Thursday.
The National Institutes of Health’s infectious disease unit is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to put the vaccine into trial as quickly as possible, according to CNN and USA Today. The director of that unit could not be reached for comment. Continue reading
ARMADA, MI — Long lines of traffic formed as travelers attempted to enter or leave the Village of Armada; government agents roadblocked all routes around town and put every driver under scrutiny as part of a massive murder investigation.
The blanket search was conducted on the evening of Thursday, July 31, 2014. Swarms of FBI agents, Michigan State Police, and local police officers joined forces to create three massive checkpoints around the small community (population 1,730), causing traffic to be “backed up for miles.” Continue reading
Map Of Ebola Quarantine Stations: Here’s Where They’ll Send Those Suspected of Ebola or “Respiratory Illnesses”
Despite concerns around the globe that the Ebola virus may continue to spread and mutate into something even more deadly, the director of the CDC attempted to assuage fears about the possibility of an outbreak on U.S. soil.
“It is not a potential of Ebola spreading widely in the U.S.,” director Thomas Friedman told reporters on a conference call Thursday. “That is not in the cards.”
But while the CDC downplays the potential threat, emergency planners behind the scenes have been getting ready since as early as April of this year. In a report presented to Congress while the virus was spreading in West Africa, the Department of Defense said that it has dispatched biological detection kits to National Guard units in all 50 states with the capability of diagnosing the virus in infected patients in as little as 30 minutes. Continue reading
‘A lot of people die out here’ and ‘all this blood…is on Obama’s hands’: Shocking images show corpses of illegal immigrants left to die after border crossings
The dead bodies of illegal immigrants are turning up in south Texas as Central Americans pour across the U.S.-Mexico border, and a veterinarian who ranches cattle 70 miles from ground zero has the photos to prove it.
Dr. Mike ‘Doc’ Vickers of Brooks County, Texas showed some of the grisly images to MailOnline, all of them far too grotesque to publish unedited.
One picture shows a corpse propped up against a tree near his ranch in Brooks County, his eyes missing and dried blood cascading down his shirtless body. Continue reading
As we previously commented, when scientists start using phrases such as “the worst drought” and “as bad as you can imagine” to describe what is going on in the western half of the country, you know that things are bad. However, in recent weeks the dreadful situation in California has gone from bad to catastrophic as the U.S. Drought Monitor reported that more than half of the state is now in experiencing ‘exceptional’ drought, the most severe category available. And most of the state – 81% – currently has one of the two most intense levels of drought. Continue reading
Flush as we are with nutty performance cars at the moment, we should remember that automobiles as quick as thePorsche 918 don’t come along too often. In 2008, the quickest (and fastest) production car we had ever tested was theBugatti Veyron 16.4. It could hit 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and burn the quarter-mile in 10.1 ticks. The Porsche 918 crushes the original million-dollar car with a 2.2-second sprint to 60 mph and a 9.8-second quarter-mile time. To put that in perspective, 0.3 second is about how long it takes you to blink. As acceleration times shrink, their deltas become increasingly larger percentage gains, so the 918’s third-of-a-second edge over the Veyron represents an astounding achievement. Continue reading
An Israeli paper has removed an article from its website, which urged “genocide” in the besieged Gaza Strip, a report says.
The article titled “When Genocide is Permissible” was published by The Times of Israel on Friday, but was removed hours later, the Moon of Alabama website reported.
Written by Yochanan Gordon, who defended the move on hisTwitter page, the article called for committing genocide against the Palestinian civilians in Gaza who have been under a massive Israeli assault in the last 25 days. Continue reading
This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.
What exactly have they been doing?
Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone?
Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing? Continue reading
A group of physicians represented by the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence plans to appeal the ruling of a federal appeals court that upholds Florida’s prohibition law on asking patients about guns.
The suit, Wollschlaeger v. Governor of the State of Florida, better known as the “Docs vs. Glocks” case, was a challenge to Florida’s 2011 Firearm Owners’ Privacy Act that discouraged health care workers from asking patients questions about firearms that were not directly relevant to medical care or safety. On July 25, a panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in a 2-1 decision found that Florida’s law was “valid regulation of professional conduct that has only incidental effect on physicians’ speech.” Continue reading
While many have not been shy about calling these crimes genocide, they have come under attack for using the “G” word. Is genocide an appropriate term to use? Well, it is if one has respect for international law and the rules of the genocide convention.
Lets not mince words. Israelis are committing genocide in Gaza. But the United Nations is loath to use the “G” word and it is using the “C” (condemn) word instead. Why? Money talks. The top financier of the United Nations is America with a whopping 22.00% in direct funds (followed by Japan 10.83%, Germany 7.14%, France 5.59%, and GB 5.18%), if the United Nations called out the genocide in Gaza, its top financier would have to be punished for its complicity. Continue reading
After a long fought battle, the Second Amendment Foundation has won its case in Palmer vs. District of Columbia!
The city will now be forced to allow residents from D.C and other states to conceal carry firearms within its boundaries!
Federal Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr ruled, “…there is no longer any basis on which this Court can conclude that the District of Columbia’s total ban on the public carrying of ready-to-use handguns outside the home is constitutional under any level of scrutiny.”
We applaud Judge Scullin’s ruling, because the time is long overdue for the city to realize that it is the capitol of the United States, not a police state. Continue reading
Democrats have gone into full damage control mode following a vote in the House of Representatives to sue the President of the United States of America for “executive overreach.” The vote was held yesterday, July 30th which was followed by a flurry of emails out of the official DNC/Obama camp HQ begging the acolytes for donations to combat the lawsuit. Interestingly they also mention in the emails that this is a historical first in America… but are they right?
From Abby Witt of BarackObama.com: Continue reading
In a unanimous 9-0 vote, the K.C. Council voted Thursday to ban the practice of open carry in the Show Me State’s largest city.
The ordinance, set to come into effect in ten days, would amend the city’s codes on weapons to prohibit the open carrying of a firearm. Mayor Sly James (D), who has been outspoken in his crusade to limit guns on Kansas City’s streets, proposed the measure on July 17.
“We’re saying this does not make sense in the middle of Kansas City, Mo.,” James told the Council earlier this month. “If you want to do this out in a rural area, that’s cool. How much would you shop at the Plaza if you walk down there and every third person had a rifle on their back?”
The ordinance will prohibit the open carry of any firearms in the city with exceptions for active and retired law enforcement, the military, process servers and coroners, as well as ROTC students and those participating in school-sponsored shooting sports. According to the fact sheet filed by James with the proposed ordinance, “aggressive open carry” can cause public disturbances and prevent “gun education learned on the streets” from “those who may choose to stretch the limits of responsible gun ownership.”
However, a bill that passed the state legislature by wide margins earlier this year could disrupt the city’s plan. Senate Bill 656, a measure best known for its provision to allow armed teachers in Missouri school districts, also contains language that would allow open carry throughout the state by those with gun permits. It further preempts local bans such as Kansas City’s new code. Although vetoed by Gov. Jay Nixon, SB656 is facing a very likely override vote in September.
Gun rights groups in the state are not enamored with KC’s latest legislation.
Kevin Jamison, president of the Western Missouri Shooters Alliance, told the Kansas City Star that the council’s time and effort could better be served in issues that are more important. Likewise, he questions the increase in police resources that will come from enforcing the new ban, citing the fact that the state has had few documented problems with open carriers.
“These guys haven’t done anything,” said Jamison.
Kansas City’s ban goes into effect on Aug. 10.
An open carry activist’s interaction with law enforcement in Calumet County, Wisconsin, could have brought about a correction in local laws, but not without having a deputy point a rifle at him first.
The incident occurred when William Polster went for a walk in the county park near Lake Winnebago over the weekend. While Polster maintained he had every legal right under state law to have firearms, which he openly carried, responding Calumet County sheriff’s deputies did not agree.
In fact, while making initial contact with Polster, one of the lawmen covered the gun rights advocate with what appears to be an AR-style patrol rifle. Continue reading
It is now all the fashionable rage in Washington, D.C., to proclaim solidarity with America’s working poor in front of the cameras — while stabbing them in the back behind closed doors.
Privileged Illinois Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky and others have taken to Twitter, posting photos of themselves eating tuna sandwiches and buying Ramen noodles to show how much they empathize with minimum-wage workers.
On the other side of the aisle, GOP Rep. Paul Ryan has wrapped himself in a cloak of compassion, putting a cheesy Taylor Swift hand heart around conservatism by proposing government “life coaches” for those in poverty. Continue reading
Bringing ebola patients to the US, Obama’s new executive order, The Tactical Report, the slaughter continues in Gaza with more money for the Iron Dome.
It took seven years, but Herminio Pizarro finally has some measure of justice after being beaten senseless by a gang of cops in a stationhouse bathroom.
That measure would be $3 million.
A Bronx jury Thursday granted the multimillion-dollar award to the former state correction officer who says he still hasn’t fully recovered from the Aug. 4, 2007, beatdown at the 40th Precinct stationhouse after a confrontation at a street fair. Continue reading
Diabetic Brooklyn teen denied insulin after being falsely arrested on attempted murder charges: suit
The NYPD has been hit with a federal lawsuit by a Brooklyn family that claims cops bullied a diabetic teen who was denied insulin while falsely locked up on attempted murder charges.
Richard Gonzalez’s family said the only evidence cops had to tie the 14-year-old special-ed student to an April shooting at Foot Locker in Bushwick were eyewitnesses who told them the gunman was named “Richie.” Continue reading