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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Via WSJ: The administration’s handling of the Ebola crisis continues to be marked by double talk, runaround and gobbledygook. And its logic is worse than its language. In many of its actions, especially its public pronouncements, the government is functioning not as a soother of public anxiety but the cause of it. An example this week came ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Via WaPo: The cruise ship carrying a Texas health-care worker who “may have” handled lab specimens from Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan is headed back to the United States after Mexican authorities failed to grant permission for the ship to dock off the coast of Cozumel, according to a Carnival spokeswoman. The Carnival Magic had been ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Washington, DC – Judicial Watch has learned that the Obama administration is actively formulating plans to admit Ebola-infected non-U.S. citizens into the United States for treatment. Specifically, the goal of the administration is to bring Ebola patients into the United States for treatment within the first days of diagnosis. It is unclear who would bear ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

Excerpted from RT: Airports in Russia will be equipped with extra facilities to prevent the Ebola virus from spreading, the government's press service reported on Friday. Over a thousand African students are already under special medical control. Cabinet discussed the Ebola outbreak with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Friday. As the result of the meeting, Russian ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Shannon Silver

Shep lives in New York city, safely far away from Dallas, but maybe no longer so safely far away from Ebola...developing... Excerpted from The Washington Examiner: Federal health officials are focusing their attention on New York as a key potential Ebola point of entry, with a new report warning: “Ongoing transmission of Ebolavirus in West Africa ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Via THE DAILY BEAST: As the U.S. military rushes to combat Ebola in West Africa, soldiers are receiving on-the-fly instructions on how to protect themselves against the deadly virus. American military operations to fight Ebola in Africa are unfolding quickly—forcing the military to come up with some procedures and protocols on the fly. Soldiers preparing for deployment to ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Via Defense One: Fearing a possible case of Ebola at the Pentagon, officials have shut down a parking lot and building entrance here after a woman was found “ill and vomiting” Friday morning in the Pentagon parking lot. The woman later said she had “recently visited Africa,” according to one official. The woman was found about 9:10am ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

Via FREE BEACON: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent more than $39 million on obese lesbians, origami condoms, texting drunks, and dozens of other projects that could have been scrapped in favor of developing an Ebola vaccine. “Frankly, if we had not gone through our 10-year slide in research support, we probably would have had ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Chuck Biscuits

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Chuck Biscuits

DALLAS (AP) -- Texas officials moved for the first time Thursday to force health care workers who had contact with a dying Ebola patient to stay home, reversing course after a nurse later diagnosed with the disease flew across the Midwest and deepened anxiety about whether the virus would spread in the U.S. Seventy-five Texas ...

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Oct 17, 2014 No Comments ›› Chuck Biscuits

Wikipedia: Ronald A. "Ron" Klain is an American lawyer and political operative best known for serving as Chief of Staff to two Vice Presidents - Al Gore (1995–1999) and Joseph Biden (2009–2011). He is an influential Democratic Party insider. Earlier in his career, he was a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Byron White during ...

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Oct 16, 2014 No Comments ›› Darby Crash

Even the CDC has already made it 100% clear that you can catch ebola on an airplane, or any surface that has any body fluid of an ebola victim. DALLAS (AP) — Delta Air Lines Inc. said Thursday that third-quarter profit fell 74 percent on one-time costs such as retiring older planes. The results excluding those ...

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Oct 16, 2014 No Comments ›› Darby Crash

DALLAS (AP) -- Frontier Airlines is expanding the circle of passengers being notified that they flew with a nurse who later tested positive for Ebola, or flew on a later flight using the same plane. The airline said that it would contact passengers on seven flights, not just the two flights the nurse took. Frontier's president ...

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Oct 16, 2014 No Comments ›› Darby Crash

WASHINGTON (WNEW/AP) — House Republicans demanded a travel ban from Ebola-ravaged West Africa Thursday, calling it the only sure way to protect Americans from the virus’s deadly reach. Administration officials resisted, as anxiety over the disease raced through the country and rattled the White House and Capitol Hill. At a tense congressional hearing, the head of ...

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Oct 16, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- Health officials battling the Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 4,500 people in West Africa have managed to limit its spread on the continent to five countries - and two of them appear to have snuffed out the disease. The developments constitute a modest success in an otherwise bleak situation. Officials credit ...

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Oct 16, 2014 No Comments ›› Ayala Chaviva

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A contractor for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is livid that his supervisor forced him to remove a mask and gloves he wore to work Wednesday. “One of the supervisors told me I wasn’t allowed to wear that because it’ll cause a panic for people and they’ll start tripping out and stuff,” said Pablo ...

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