Bahahahaha!!! I love it. Like I said before, almost everyone in Dallas knows this Ebola thing is all a HOAX.
Breitbart – by Kristin Tate
HOUSTON, Texas — It did not take long for Dallas man James Faulk to stir up outrage after dressing his house up like an Ebola HAZMAT scene for Halloween. The display includes police tape and various bio waste containers.
University Park Police have said Faulk is not breaking any laws, according to local media outlet KHOU. Continue reading
I can hear the dialogue now:
Head CDC Doctor: “There HAS to be some kind of Ebola in her. Test her again!”
Other Doctors: “Sorry sir. She’s negative….”
Head CDC Doctor: “DAMMIT! We’ve lost our funding.”
Breitbart – by Michelle Moons
DALLAS, Texas — First nurse Ebola stricken in the United States, Nina Pham has been five times tested, cleared of the disease and released from the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda Maryland Friday. She read a statement to the press as news of her release broke. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Kristin Tate
HOUSTON, Texas — One person is dead following a shooting southwest of Tucson. The incident involved one Border Patrol agent, a Tucson-based spokesperson with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) told Breitbart Texas.
The shooting occurred on Friday morning. Continue reading
PBS News Hour – by Katie Campbell
SITKA, AK — It’s early morning in southeast Alaska. Stars have yet to fade from the night sky. A group of scientists sets out in search of a different kind of star.
Sea stars, commonly known as starfish, have been vanishing from North America’s Pacific shoreline.
“Almost everywhere we’ve looked in the last year, we’ve seen catastrophic losses of sea stars,” says Pete Raimondi, a biology professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who has been studying an alarming epidemic that’s been killing starfish by the millions. Continue reading
Apparently, Ustream did not record again so we’ll post the audio as soon as Spike posts them.
Business Insider – by Pamela Engel
There are multiple reports of a school shooting at a high school in Marysville, Washington, about 35 miles from Seattle.
The shooter was a student and is reportedly dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Police responded to calls of shots fired at Marysville-Pilchuck High School at about 10:45 a.m. Continue reading
Fox News – by Aalia Shaheed
Indiana residents are fighting to save their homes as their local government weighs a sweeping plan to demolish them to make way for new development, in a case critics are calling a “poster child” for the abuse of so-called eminent domain powers.
Charlestown, Ind., Mayor Bob Hall announced his plans earlier this year to demolish more than 350 homes in the city’s Pleasant Ridge neighborhood. The mayor contends the neighborhood is “blighted,” and therefore the city is eligible for state money to buy out the homeowners and tear down their houses. Continue reading
The Hill – by Alexander Bolton
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office says the longtime Democratic leader isn’t going anywhere — no matter which party controls the Senate after the midterm elections.
Citing Reid’s success in leading his party to victory over the last four cycles, a spokesman for the Nevada Democrat says he’ll return to lead his party in 2015 — whether it’s in the majority or minority. Continue reading
Vladimir Putin has lashed out at the United States for destabilizing the world order of checks and balances for its own gains. He also accused the West of inflaming the situation in Ukraine and said Russia was not interested in building an empire.
The Russian President delivered a fierce broadside aimed at the United States at a speech for the Valdai Club in Sochi, which is an informal group of scholars. He hit out at Washington for behaving without regard to the rest of the world’s interests. Continue reading
About 95 percent of Japan’s population is at risk of being devastated by a major volcanic eruption, which could happen “at any moment” within the next century, a study revealed. Volcanic activity has reportedly increased recently.
The research, conducted by Japanese scientists, was released on Kobe University’s website on Wednesday. Continue reading
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — An alarming lack of institutional oversight at the University of North Carolina allowed an academic fraud scandal to run unchecked for nearly two decades and has the school reeling from the scandal’s fallout.
The latest investigation found that university leaders, faculty members and staff missed or just ignored flags that could’ve stopped the problem years earlier. More than 3,100 students — about half of them athletes — benefited from sham classes and artificially high grades in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department (AFAM) in Chapel Hill. Continue reading
WATSONVILLE, Calif. (AP) — A Silicon Valley startup has developed technology to let dispatchers know when a police officer’s weapon has been fired.
The latest product by Yardarm Technologies would notify dispatchers in real time when an officer’s gun is taken out of its holster and when it’s fired. It can also track where the gun is located and in what direction it was fired. Continue reading
We have been fed nothing but good news from the propaganda machine in that our economy is faring well. You turn on the idiot box and listen in disbelief as the business talking heads spout their BS to try and shore up the damage. They say it’s just a short term problem, that adjustments are being made to the economy. When in reality, signs that the economy is in the death throws and a Dow Jones crater is looming.
As a bankrupt America sings its last tune, American blue collar workers join in with a tune of their own called, “Death of a Sector”. Factory jobs have basically been cut by two thirds and that is a very conservative estimate. Engineers along with other highly specialized positions are becoming non-existent as many of those jobs have gone to overseas locations. Continue reading
Sent to us by Christine.
The Globe and Mail – by Steven Chase
Stephen Harper spent about 15 minutes hidden in a Parliament Hill closet after a gunman stormed Centre Block where he and the rest of the Conservative caucus were guarded by MPs who’d fashioned sharp spears from flagpoles, sources say.
After they heard gunfire outside their meeting room door Wednesday, members of Parliament snapped close to 15 flagpoles to make weapons. Continue reading
Daily Mail – by Chris Spargo
With the news that the first confirmed case of Ebola has hit New York City, all attention now turns to how equipped the densely populated metropolis is to deal with the deadly virus – and if the city really is as prepared as they claimed to be in a press conference Thursday evening.
Perhaps throwing things into doubt are photos taken outside the Harlem apartment of Dr. Craig Spencer, who was admitted to the hospital with a 103 degree fever earlier today. They show police officers tossing their gloves, masks and the caution tape used to block off access to his apartment in a public trash can. Continue reading