USA Today – by Marjorie Owens
DALLAS — Health officials are closely monitoring apossible second Ebola patient who had close contact with the first person to be diagnosed in the U.S., the director of Dallas County’s health department said Wednesday.
All who have been in close contact with the man diagnosed are being monitored as a precaution, Zachary Thompson, director of Dallas County Health and Human Services, said in a morning interview with WFAA-TV. Continue reading
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Contrary to rumors of “conspiracy theory”, the Department of Defense first published “Chemtrails” in 1990 as the title to a chemistry course for new pilots attending the esteemed US Air Force Academy. The term “Chemtrails”, and its implied meaning was eventually adopted by civilian observers to describe unusual jet contrail emissions. Continue reading
Tea Party News Network – by Greg Campbell
There was a time in America where a citizen could walk right up and knock on the door of the White House. After all, it was the peoples’ house- the president is supposed to work for us.
Of course, those days are long since passed and it would be unrealistic for the president to oblige such behavior nowadays. However, perhaps no president in American history has felt so liberated from the duties and obligations to the American people as Barack Obama.
The president who holds the Marines in such low regard as to salute with a coffee cup in his hand has also shuttered the White House and has prohibited the lowly serfs of America from entering the peoples’ house. Continue reading
Daily Mail – by Dan Bates, Sept. 30, 2014
Up to 12 people could be infected with Ebola including five children, it was revealed today, as health officials scramble to contain the deadly virus following the first diagnosis on U.S. soil.
The family of the male sufferer, who recently arrived in Texas from Liberia, could be at risk, ABC News reported on Wednesday. EMTs who transported the patient were also deemed at risk but had received the all-clear today.
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Crash Cade – by Liberty Balance
The CDC feels that the Ebola threat is serious enough that they just released these steps to help you protect yourself from contracting the Ebola Virus. It would be wise to have some rubber gloves for emergency situations.
Information from the Centers for Disease Control
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Continue reading
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – A man driving a van full of stolen doughnuts led police on a chase through southeast Portland before he eventually stopped, put his hands out the window and dropped a pastry from his hands, according to police.
The chase took place after a delivery driver for Donut Land stopped his van on Southwest Fifth Avenue in downtown Portland so he could make a delivery of pastries. Continue reading
The Detroit News – by Robert Snell and Steve Pardo
Detroit — U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes on Monday refused to block the city from shutting off water to delinquent customers for six months, saying there is no right to free water and Detroit can’t afford to lose the revenue.
Rhodes’s order served as a stinging rejection of arguments made by thousands of protesters who staged rallies last summer fighting shutoffs and argued that there is a fundamental right to water service.
“There is no such right or law,” Rhodes said. Continue reading
McClatchy DC – by Michael Doyle
WASHINGTON — A fabled Florida drug informant once known as “the Princess” has now crowned her career with a bittersweet legal victory
Capping a lawsuit filed in 1997, a federal judge has awarded the woman $1.14 million to cover care for the multiple sclerosis she attributes to a traumatic kidnapping. The judge reasoned the disease could be traced to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s failing its duty. Continue reading
Watchdog – by Eric Boehm
Government employees and politicians get preferential treatment from the Transportation Security Administration simply for being government employees and politicians.
Meanwhile, everyone else is stuck in an “aviation security caste system” based on dozens of watchlists compiled by the TSA, FBI and other law enforcement agencies, along with a secret formula the TSA believes can sort passengers based on hypothetical analyses and conjecture. Continue reading
The United States has a plan to fight the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant diseases. But some experts believe that by not focusing those that ingest most of these drugs – farm animals – humanity could face a huge problem in the future.
Roughly 80 percent of all antibiotics in the US are used on farm animals, according to the Verge. With livestock consuming the vast majority of antibiotics, the bacteria found inside the animals gradually develop resistance against the drugs when they are not administered in strong enough doses – meaning they also become much harder to treat in humans if and when the bacteria are transferred. Continue reading
A bill preventing paparazzi from targeting celebrities with camera-equipped drones has been signed by California Governor Jerry Brown, just days after he was criticized for shooting down a bill requiring police to obtain a warrant to use a drone.
The law, approved on Tuesday, bans the use of a drone to capture images and record voices of people who did not give their permission for it. Continue reading
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban suicide bombers struck two buses carrying Afghan soldiers in Kabul early Wednesday, killing seven people and wounding 21, just a day after the signing of a key U.S.-Afghan security pact.
The long-awaited deal allows U.S. forces to remain in the country past the end of 2014, ending the uncertainty over the fate of foreign troops supporting Afghans as they take over the fight against the Taliban insurgency. Continue reading
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Mohamed Mohamud, the young Somali American convicted of trying to bomb Portland’s downtown square while it was filled with holiday cheer, will learn Wednesday if he gets to leave prison before he’s an old man.
Mohamud, 23, could get life in prison at Wednesday’s hearing in U.S. District Court, but federal prosecutors recommend a 40-year sentence. The Somali American was arrested Nov. 26, 2010, after pressing a keypad button on a cellphone that he believed would trigger a bomb where thousands of people gathered for the annual lighting of a Christmas tree. Continue reading
Natural News – by Ethan A. Huff
In a bid to contain the rapidly escalating Ebola epidemic, Sierra Leone recently instituted a three-day quarantine during which time the nation’s residents were told to stay at home to avoid infection. But as we reported, this mandatory lockdown resulted in major food shortages in many parts of the country, turning an otherwise benevolent effort into the equivalent of forced genocide.
After urging people to stay home for their own safety, and promising to provide necessary rations, Sierra Leone’s government had trouble actually following through with this plan. Part of this was due to the fact that, because of the shutdown, the transport of food and other necessary supplies came to a grinding halt, resulting in immediate shortages. Continue reading
In 2006, this eugenics scientist teaching in a Texas University, gave a speech about depopulating the earth, using ebola. He was swiftly investigated by the FBI… Nothing came of it. THAT WAS THE YEAR 2006 FOLKS !!!!! What do we see happening now ?!?!?! . I have also came across articles, POSSIBLY linking this scientist with funding, from none other than BILL GATES.. I could NOT confirm the connection between the two so I did not link to it, or include it with this information, but it was both compelling and disturbing.
Life Site News, April 6, 2006
AUSTIN, April 6, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ebola, a form of hemorrhagic fever in which the internal organs of the victim liquefy, has one of the highest rates of fatality of any known contagious disease at approximately 80-90% and is one of the most contagious diseases known to medical science. It is also high on the list of possible bio-terror weapons of concern to international law enforcement and military security agencies. Tom Clancy’s thriller novel, Rainbow Six describes a group of radical environmentalists that wants to rid the world of people using a modified version of Ebola. Continue reading