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Two male strippers have entered voluntary quarantine after sitting near second Ebola nurse Amber Vinson on a plane from Ohio to Texas. Axl Goode and Taylor Cole, who are strippers and male models for romance novel book covers, decided to order themselves into isolation after realizing that the haza

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Becket Adams The campaign to tie vulnerable Democratic lawmakers to President Obama’s poor poll numbers continued Monday as Crossroads GPS, Karl Rove’s political nonprofit, released an ad linking Sen. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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Ashe Schow Nigeria’s military announced Friday that it had signed a truce with the terrorist organization Boko Haram, which included the release of more than 200 abducted schoolgirls. But on Monday, what optimism existed for a potential end to a six-month ordeal was quickly extinguished, as r

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The American Spectator

Two Male Strippers Are Latest Ebola Quarantine Victims

Two male strippers have entered voluntary quarantine after sitting near second Ebola nurse Amber Vinson on a plane from Ohio to Texas. Axl Goode and Taylor Cole, who are strippers and male models for romance novel book covers, decided to order themselves into isolation after realizing that the haza

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20 Oct 2014, 10:01 am

I'm not staking my life (literally or figuratively), or my reputation on this, and not making a prediction as much as a short-term observation: After several days of media-amplified panic about Ebola, of people saying they'd be afraid to fly on Frontier Airlines and stories of people being afraid t
Perhaps it’s not surprising coming from our first Community Organizer president that the trait the administration claims is most needed in an “Ebola czar” — not that it’s been shown that such a position needs to be created in the first place — is, as Dr. Anthony
My teeth hurt. Over the past week, I’ve been assaulted by one “news” story after the next about the latest fruit of government motors. Not GM. Tesla. The Model D. It is very slick! And very quick! It has all-wheel-drive! Not one but two electric motors (which isn’t new,

The Federalist

Will The Real Government Crony Please Stand Up?

A North Carolina court case involving pushy dentists showcases how bad laws let some people employ government power to block entrepreneurs.

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Obama already had an Ebola Czar before he appointed Ron Klain as one. The two have several things in common, beginning with absence from Ebola meetings.
Except that we did expect it, because it's inherent in the fundamental basis of the left's argument for gay marriage.
Electing a president who limits himself according to the Constitution requires finding a more modest candidate.

The Washington Free Beacon

Landrieu Assures Louisiana Voters Her $2.5 Million DC Home Isn’t A ‘Mansion’

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ahmed Abu Khatallah, a Libyan militant accused of participating in the September 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya pleaded not guilty on Monday to 17 new charges related to the attack, including some that carry the death penalty.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military conducted six air strikes against Islamic State militants near the Syrian border town of Kobani on Sunday and Monday, the U.S. Central Command said in a statement.

Big Government

Dems Pin Mid-Term Hopes on Southern Black Voters

Rep. Marcia Fudge may hail from Cleveland but she was in Louisiana this weekend, along with Rep. Robert "Bobby" Scott from Virginia. All politics may be local but the two were in town, the town being New Orleans, to try and save Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu. And this is just the beginning.

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Monday on Fox News Channel's "America's Newsroom," Rep Peter King (R-NY) said President Barack Obama has been arrogant in his response to Ebola. King said, "Mistake after mistake and yet now they are saying without absolute certitude a travel ban in West Africa would have no impact.  people h
Dallas health officials held a press conference Monday morning to brief the public on updates regarding the cases of Ebola virus in the city. Dallas Co., TX Judge Clay Jenkins began his remarks by praising the efforts of the nine-person disease investigation team at Dallas Health and Human Servic
Plans to ‘defeat’ Ebola with a large-scale deployment by the British army are being considered by the Chief of the General Staff, who would dispatch a brigade to lock-down former British colony Sierra Leone at least until late 2015. Ebola has now killed over 4,500 in West Africa, and t

American Thinker

Ebola and American Racism

I despair at how American racism distorts discussion of a health crisis and cripples competent response to that crisis.

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20 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

The logic of multiculturalism has dictated the White House response to the Ebola crisis. That logic, however, doesn’t fly with ordinary citizens.


20 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

If Turkey is our ally, what does an enemy look like?
My name is Rivka Edelman, and I am the product of same-sex parenting.  Yet I'm not exactly celebrated among the LGBT community.

Heritage Foundation

Citizens Want State to Revoke Permit for Wind Project

CORNISH TOWNSHIP, Minn.—How long is too long? About six years and counting, in the view of dozens of rural residents fighting a proposed 1,600-acre, 10-turbine... Read More The post Citizens Want State to Revoke Permit for Wind Project appeared first on Daily Signal.

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FREDERICKSBURG, Va.—Blasting as “fundamentally un-American” the seizure of assets from citizens, a state lawmaker wants to rein in police powers in Virginia. Virginia law currently... Read More The post Why One Lawmaker Wants to Rein in Police Seizure of Your Property appeared fir
What is the Pentagon trying to do with this new Ebola domestic response team? When called upon by other parts of the federal government (or... Read More The post Q&A: The Pentagon’s New Ebola Team appeared first on Daily Signal.
RALEIGH, N.C.–For Republicans, “ground zero” is the state where the party’s fortunes in the Senate could be won or lost. And for a Republican Party... Read More The post On the Campaign Trail: ‘Ground Zero’ in North Carolina and the GOP Chase for College Kids app

Townhall.com

Ebola: Obama's Katrina

The growing concern over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States is Barack Obama's equivalent of George W. Bush's Katrina problems.

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This week the New York Times ran two editorials pleading for a U.S. economic lifeline to the Castro brothers terror-sponsoring regime (i.e. to end the so-called embargo.) One editorial ran on Sunday the other on Tuesday. The second editorial contains the following:
Two Christian ministers who own an Idaho wedding chapel were told they had to either perform same-sex weddings or face jail time and up to a $1,000 fine, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in federal court.
For an administration that is mostly an historical reenactment of the darkest days of the anti-war protests circa 1970, I suppose that we should be grateful that this is Keene State, not Kent State.

The Corner

Look Out, Hillary: Elizabeth Warren Makes Her First Trip to Iowa

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) went to the scene of Barack Obama’s first victory over Hillary Clinton to rally the party faithful on behalf of Representative Bruce Braley, the Democratic nominee to replace retiring Senator Tom Harkin (D., Iowa). “The audience, which the Braley ca

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I was going to write about the Post’s editorial criticizing Gillespie’s health-care plan (which I wrote about in the Corner), but I see that Jeffrey Anderson has already said what needed to be said. I’d add only two things. First, the Post favors Obamacare over Gillespie’s
The Chicago Sun-Times, a liberal-leaning paper that gave up the practice of political endorsements three years ago, has endorsed Republican Bruce Rauner for Illinois governor. The gubernatorial election, the paper says, is could be the most important election in the state’s m
I was talking to a friend the other day, who made a good point: the media has lurched from one shiny object in the senate races to another — Kansas, South Dakota, and now Georgia — that have all played into the narrative that it’s all about to fall apart for Republicans. This has

Red State

Mitch McConnell: I stand with Obama on Ebola

In a stunning interview, Senate minority leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Mitch McConnellSenate Republican AverageSee Full Scorecard68% took the side of Barack Obama over that of most of his caucus on the The post Mitch McConnell: I stand with Obama on Ebola appeared

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For reasons that are not entirely clear, but seem to have more to do with ego than anything else, the administration has dug in it s heels on the issue The post White House continues to pushback on calls for Ebola travel ban appeared first on RedState.
http://www.coffeeandmarkets.com/CoffeeandMarkets102014.mp3 Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the wild market swings last The post Wild Rides Illustrate Market’s Addiction to The Fed appea


20 Oct 2014, 3:30 am

The boy who cried wolf eventually learned his lesson. After rallying the countryside for his amusement several times, a wolf did show up. By that time the villagers no longer The post The Wolf appeared first on RedState.
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