The Japan Times
Health minister Yasuhisa Shiozaki said Tuesday travelers arriving from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are now required to report their health condition to officials twice daily for three weeks, regardless of whether they have had known contact with Ebola patients.
The move comes amid growing fears of a global Ebola pandemic. Japan’s response so far includes the introduction of a bill in the Diet that would give local governments greater power to require patients with an infectious disease to submit samples for testing for Ebola. Continue reading
Valley Morning Star
BROWNSVILLE —Accused of a federal gun violation, a militia member was arrested Monday by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, authorities said.
Kevin Lyndel Massey, 48, is accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm, authorities said.
ATF spokeswoman Nicole Strong said the arrest was followed an investigation that began months ago when a U.S. Border Patrol agent encountered an armed militia man and fired several shots near the Texas-Mexico border on Aug. 28. Continue reading
On Point Preparedness
American’s have been programmed…programmed subconsciously through the acts of shaming and fear to follow the path of passiveness, restraint and avoidance. It’s been a culture that has been groomed for decades, turning us into a collective “sheeple” that are unwilling to intervene in situations that demand courage and bravery. Take a look at the recent event that happened in Wheeling, WV. A man and his girlfriend were surrounded by a gang of individuals threatening to rape his girl and kill him. Being a vigilant citizen, the man pulled his concealed carry gun for an intimidation factor, hoping to drive the gang away. However, this only further encouraged them as they laughed and thought it was a toy. The citizen, running out of options, decided to shoot a warning shot into the air. This was effective and drove the gang away, however police then came and arrested the citizen for public endangerment. Continue reading
The Moscow Times
Taking an old-school approach to battle the woes of modern capitalism, Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has endorsed a legislative ban on unemployment, Interfax reported Monday.
“You want to bring back [the phrase] ‘social parasitism,’ do it. That would be easier for the people to understand,” Lukashenko was cited as saying at a governmental meeting on employment. Continue reading
New York Observer – by Sidney Powell
In perhaps the most stunning documentation yet of abuses by Eric Holder’s Justice Department, two former Assistant United States Attorneys spoke to defense attorneys and revealed appalling deceit and corruption of justice. This latest litigation time bomb has exploded from multi-million dollar litigation originally brought by the Department of Justice against Sierra Pacific based on allegations that the lumber company and related defendants were responsible for a wildfire that destroyed 65,000 acres in California.
In what was dubbed the “Moonlight Fire” case, the tables are now turned. The defendants have discovered new evidence and filed a stunning motion. The new evidence and disclosures are being taken seriously by the Chief Judge of the Eastern District of California—as they should be. In a shocking action, Judge Morrison C. England Jr. ordered the recusal of every federal judge in the Eastern District of California. Continue reading
CBC News – by Dean Beeby
Parliament Hill came under attack today after a man with a rifle shot a soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa, before seizing a car and driving to the doors of Parliament Hill’s Centre Block nearby.
MPs and other witnesses reported several shots fired inside Parliament, and a gunman has been confirmed dead inside the building, shot by the House of Commons Sergeant-at-Arms, according to MPs’ eyewitness accounts. Continue reading
Daily Mail – by ALASDAIR GLENNIE
The BBC is using laws designed to catch terrorists and organised crime networks to track down people who dodge the licence fee, it emerged yesterday.
The publicly-funded corporation uses the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), designed by the last Labour government to fight terrorism, to catch those who evade paying the £145.50 fee. Continue reading
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The Free Thought Project – by John Vibes
Last week, the family of a South Carolina Mayor who was killed by a deranged police officer was awarded a $97 million settlement, even though the officer responsible for the death has never been charged for the crime, and is still walking free.
The family of deceased Cottageville mayor Bert Reeves won the settlement on grounds that the city should not have hired former officer Randall Price, the admitted murderer of Bert Reeves, due to his extensive past disciplinary record. Continue reading
Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov says the ISIL terrorist group’s leader, Ibrahim Samarrai who is known by the alias Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, works for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and is financially supported by western secret services.
“Baghdadi should take off his mask and declare loudly and clearly that he is a CIA agent, that he has been recruited,” Kadyrov said on Tuesday, adding, “They (the ISIL militants) are Shaitans (devils) and their sole obsession is to grab as much money as they can lay hands on. They are acting on orders from the West and deliberately exterminating Muslims.” Continue reading
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One choice is a very special lady who has just about every answer to assist in helping us to solve our problems. Continue reading
WND – by Jerome R. Corsi
NEW YORK – As enhanced screening for the Ebola virus kicked into gear at five gateway U.S. airports, reports began surfacing of passengers being taken to local hospitals for further examination after they exhibited possible symptoms of the disease.
Tuesday night, passengers from Liberia at Dulles in Washington, O’Hare in Chicago and Newark Liberty Airport in New Jersey were sent to local hospitals for observation. Continue reading
The Common Sense Show – by Dave Hodges
An unidentified Sheriff’s Deputy employee for the Maricopa (AZ) Sheriff’s Department returned home on October 20th, from Sierra Leone to Belgium and he traveled to Washington Dulles International Airport where again his temperature was taken before being questioned and cleared by CDC authorities to return to Phoenix. In a moment of sheer medical brilliance, the CDC officials gave him a thermometer and told him to self-monitor for the next three weeks. Continue reading
Guns.com – by Chris Eger
The new Prosecutors Against Gun Violence group, composed of 23 big name criminal attorneys from around the country, opened its inaugural meeting Tuesday in Atlanta.
Announced last month by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. and Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, who co-chair the avowedly non-partisan PAGV, the group promises to advance “prosecutorial and policy solutions to the national public health and safety crisis of gun violence.” Continue reading
Fellowship of the Minds – by Dr. Eowyn
The august New York Times used paid “crisis actors” in its video report on the Ebola epidemic from Liberia, but has the audacity (Obama’s favorite word) to publish an article decrying Ebola conspiracy theories. Continue reading
Yahoo Canada News
A uniformed Canadian soldier has reportedly been shot the War Memorial in Ottawa. Police are on the scene.
CPR was performed on the soldier and he has been transported to hospital by ambulance.
Police have told reporters that the suspect, reportedly carrying a “large weapon,” possibly a shotgun or rifle, is still on the loose, and the parliament buildings are on lockdown. Prime Minister is safe and “off the hill.” Continue reading
Reuters – by LUCIA MUTIKANI
U.S. consumer prices rose marginally in September, painting a weak inflation picture that should give the Federal Reserve ample room to keep interest rates low for a while.
The Labor Department said on Wednesday its Consumer Price Index edged up 0.1 percent last month as a rise in food and shelter costs offset a broad decline in energy prices.
The CPI had dropped 0.2 percent in August and economists had expected a flat reading in September. Continue reading