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  • DHS Jeh Johnson
    Ebola- the deadly transnational terrorist tests US border preparedness
    The twenty-one day incubation period for the Ebola virus allows it to cross international boundaries with complete impunity. Anxiety about the transnational spread of the Ebola virus shifts the spotlight to border security. This weekend in San...
  • US withholds assurances from Germany
    US Army withholds promise from Germany that Ebola virus wouldn’t be weaponized
    RTNewsreports today, the United States has withheld assurances from Germany that the Ebola virus - among other related diseases - would not be weaponized in the event of Germany exporting it to the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious...
  • Obama bombs HHS
    Obama Ebola czar needs to be rejected
    Let the “Fox News” into the Obama hen house. Last week's appointment of Ron Klain as the Ebola czar could not have happened at a worse moment. Here is the situation analysis that explains why.First of all, if the U.S. Congress had...
  • Fred DuVal opposes parental consent
    Fred DuVal opposes parental consent prior to 14 year old's abortion
    Arizona voters learned last week that democratic gubernatorial candidate, Fred DuVal, supports a 14-year-old girl having access to abortion without the knowledge or permission of either parent.DuVal admitted this position at the Redemption Church...
  • Iran nuclear negotiations
    Iran cannot be a threshold nuclear state
    The consensus policy in the United States is that Iran cannot be permitted to become a threshold nuclear state. The Obama administration and allies embarked on negotiations with Iran in order to avert having the U.S. or allies having to bomb Iran...
  • Nazi war criminal receiving millions in social security payments
    Nazi war criminals collecting millions in Social Security benefits
    Dozens of known Nazi war criminals and SS guards have continued to collect millions of dollars in Social Security benefits after the Justice Department allowed the war criminals keep their Social Security if they agreed to leave or flee before...
  • The Obama cycle: Three stages of hope
    The Obama cycle: Three stages of hope
    American voters ushered in President Obama on a theme of hope. Americans hoped to heck to get out of the horrible financial situation that was caused by entering into foreign policy that we could not afford. In addition, Americans gave to wealthy...
  • Fidel Castro
    Cuba willing to join forces with the US to fight Ebola
    Fidel Castro has recently expressed his willingness to cooperate with the U.S. government in the fight against Ebola. The former leader of Cuba wrote a piece Saturday, saying cooperation would be in the interest of “peace in the world,&rdquo...
  • Army Lt. Gen. James M. Dubik
    Moral judgment about the Obama ISIS strategy
    On trial is the Obama ISIS strategy and associated foreign policy. The jury is the American public and some testimony is offered by military experts who talk around the edges as a way to demonstrate respect for their commander in chief. Often in...
  • Save the Kurds
    Clarifying Turkey's position about Kurds
    Turkey views Kurdish fighters as PKK, that it classifies as terrorists perhaps as much as it does ISIS. The Kurdish PKK wants to establish an ethnic nation-state for Kurds like the ISIS want to establish a caliphate in an overlapping space. All...
  • Elongated Skull on Mars
    Is that an elongated human skull on Mars?
    A photograph taken by the Mars Curiosity Rover shows what appears to be an elongated skull on the Martian surface. According to an October 18, 2014, report by UFO Sightings Daily, the curious object is an elongated head similar to those found in...
  • Dexter Sharper Valdosta
    House District 177 : Valdosta's Dexter Sharper announces 'March to the Polls'
    On Saturday, October 18, Valdosta's Dexter Sharper, a state representative for Lowndes County, made a formal announcement in an effort to encourage voting-- "March to the Polls"-- which is scheduled for Sunday, October 26. In early...
  • Kevin Brown Georgia General Assembly
    House District 138: Turnout in Americus will determine Brown-Cheokas race
    On Sunday, October 19, the Democratic candidate for House District 138, Kevin Brown, and his family visited Cusetta's Bethel AME in Chattahoochee County. Brown, a Marion County (Buena Vista) native is attempting to unseat long-time incumbent...
  • Michelle Nunn Burghard Elementary Macon
    U.S. Senate candidate, Michelle Nunn, visits Macon's Burghard Elementary
    On Friday, October 17, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn visited Macon's Burghard Elementary where she read to students and assisted kids in taking care of a community garden. The city of Macon was Nunn's first campaign stop after she...
  • Nathan Deal, Jason Carter debate
    Carter and Deal clash over education, ethics and Ebola at second debate
    On Sunday, October 19, Georgia Public Television presented a debatefrom the Atlanta Press Club between incumbent Republican governor Nathan Deal and Democratic challenger Jason Carter along with the third-party candidate, Libertarian Andrew Hunt....