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Monday, October 20, 2014

Dark Sites and the Bill of Rights

The Hernandez family appealed, and, this June, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit handed down its decision in Hernandez v. United States. Building upon the Supreme Court's reasoning in Boumediene v. Bush, which held that foreign nationals detained at the Guantánamo Bay naval base are entitled, under the U.S. Constitution, to challenge the legality of their detention in U.S. courts, the 5th Circuit considered how far the Constitution might extend in this particular scenario. But this was no Boumediene.

via www.foreignpolicy.com

Interesting.

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The Coming Swarm: Robotics on the Battlefield | RealClearDefense

Uninhabited vehicles, like the Predator aircraft or the Packbot ground robot, have already proven invaluable in today’s conflicts. As uninhabited vehicles incorporate increasing automation and become true robotic systems, they will have tremendous value in future military operations.

via www.realcleardefense.com

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Why deflation is so scary - Yahoo Finance

Deflation was a concern back in 2010 and it’s a fresh worry now as oil prices plunge, the stock market wavers and consumers put spending plans on hold.

via finance.yahoo.com

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Republicans chances of winning the Senate keep getting better - The Washington Post

Two of the three models have moved in Republicans' direction over the past week.  FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver's model, gives Republicans a 62 percent chance at the majority, which is up from 58 percent last week, while LEO, the New York Times Senate model, now shows a 69 percent probability of a GOP win -- up from 64 percent last week.  (The Washington Post's Election Lab model show Republicans with a 94 percent chance at the majority last Monday and a 93 percent chance today.)

via www.washingtonpost.com

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Federal Housing Finance Agency Unveils Plan to Loosen Mortgage Rules - NYTimes.com

A federal housing regulator on Monday announced a plan that could ease tight credit and allow more people to qualify for mortgages in an attempt to put the nation’s housing market back on track.

via www.nytimes.com

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Up to 34 MILLION blank 'green cards' and work permits to be ordered ahead of Obama illegal immigrant 'amnesty' | Daily Mail Online

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to seek a vendor to produce as many as 34 million blank work permits and 'green cards' – the paperwork that authorizes illegal immigrants to live and work in the United States – as the White House prepares to issue an executive order after the Nov. 4 midterm elections.

via www.dailymail.co.uk

This is a little worrisome.

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The absurd claim that only Republicans are to blame for cuts to Ebola research - The Washington Post

There’s no doubt that spending has been cut, or at least failed to keep pace with inflation, but the fingerprints of both parties are on the knives. This blame game earns Four Pinocchios.

via www.washingtonpost.com

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Wendy Davis: Would Greg Abbott, who, by the way, is in an interracial marriage, defend a ban on interracial marriage? « Hot Air

It’s no secret, in other words, that he and his wife are of different races. On the contrary, it’s a message broadcast repeatedly by the Abbott campaign itself to appeal to the state’s growing Latino population. Team Wendy is surely aware of that.

And yet:

via hotair.com

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Obama Doesn't Want to Be Supreme Court Justice: 'Too Monastic For Me' | The Weekly Standard

President Obama does not want to be a Supreme Court justice. He calls it "too monastic" for his own personality. Besides, in an interview with the New Yorker, President Obama acknowledges that he needs to get out of the "bubble" after what will be eight years as president of the United States.

via www.weeklystandard.com

plus the pay's lousy.

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Okla. teen allegedly murdered family to inherit estate | Fox News Video

Oct. 16, 2014 - 3:53 - 19-year-old told police he killed family due to money he owed

via video.foxnews.com

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Does Justice Thomas support the Supreme Court’s notorious Korematsu decision? - The Washington Post

In an interesting recent article, and a post at Prawfsblawg, legal scholar Mark Kende argues that Justice Clarence Thomas approves of Korematsu v. United States, the notorious 1944 Supreme Court decision that upheld the internment of over 100,000 Japanese-Americans during World War II.

via www.washingtonpost.com

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How Ayn Rand Captured The Magic Of American Life

Ayn Rand never dwelt on her Russian childhood, preferring to think of herself as wholly American. Rightly so. The huge truths she apprehended and expressed were as American as apple pie. I suppose hardcore Objectivists will consider what I’m about to say heresy, but hardcore Objectivists are not competent to judge. The novels are what make Ayn Rand important. Better than any other American novelist, she captured the magic of what life in America is supposed to be. The utopia of her novels is not a utopia of greed. It is not a utopia of Nietzschean supermen. It is a utopia of human beings living together in Jeffersonian freedom.

via thefederalist.com

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City threatens to arrest ministers who refuse to perform same-sex weddings | Fox News

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.

Alliance Defending Freedom is representing Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers who own the Hitching Post Wedding Chapel in Coeur d’Alene.

“Right now they are at risk of being prosecuted,” their ADF attorney, Jeremy Tedesco, told me. “The threat of enforcement is more than just credible.”

via www.foxnews.com

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Toys R Us ‘Breaks Bad’ with New Crystal Meth Toys | Money.com

Even so, she thinks it’s not such a great idea to sell action figures based on the show’s notorious crystal meth dealers Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in a store where the customer base is families with young children. So last week Schrivjer launched a Change.org petition criticizing Toys R Us for selling “a Breaking Bad doll, complete with a detachable sack of cash and a bag of meth, alongside children’s toys [as] a dangerous deviation from the [company's] family friendly values.”

via time.com

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Tutankhamun had girlish hips, a club foot and buck teeth according to a 'virtual autopsy' | Daily Mail Online

With strong features cast in burnished gold, Tutankhamun’s burial mask projects an image of majestic beauty and royal power.

But in the flesh, King Tut had buck teeth, a club foot and girlish hips, according to the most detailed examination ever of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh’s remains.

And rather than being a boy king with a love of chariot racing, Tut relied on walking sticks to get around during his rule in the 14th century BC, researchers said.

via www.dailymail.co.uk

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The myth of Russian humiliation - The Washington Post

But one Western policy stands out as a phenomenal success, particularly when measured against the low expectations with which it began: the integration of Central Europe and the Baltic States into the European Union and NATO. Thanks to this double project, more than 90 million people have enjoyed relative safety and relative prosperity for more than two decades in a region whose historic instability helped launch two world wars.

via www.washingtonpost.com

read the whole thing.

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On Revolutions, Earthquakes, and the Kingdom of Christ | William Doino Jr. | First Things

In the months leading up to the synod, both progressives and traditionalists, and even some seasoned Vatican reporters, were assuring us of the momentous events about to take place: And sure enough, after the synod commenced, as if to fulfill their own prophecies, words and phrases like “revolution,” “earthquake,” and “seismic shifts,” filled their commentaries. Yet when the synod finally closed, there were no such upheavals. The final message of the synod repeats essential Catholic teaching on the family, calls for further reflection—but not fundamental changes—on how to pastor the divorced and remarried, and clarifies some ambiguous language of the synod’s initial draft-report, particularly regarding homosexuality (though even the imperfect original draft was widely misrepresented).

via www.firstthings.com

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Welcome to Oculus XXX: In-Your-Face 3D is the Future of Porn - The Daily Beast

The future of porn will be a lot more personal.

via www.thedailybeast.com

great

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This is inevitable and reveals the true nature of the Court

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Hitching Post Wedding Chapel ordered to perform same sex marriages « Hot Air

City officials in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho have informed two ordained ministers that they must perform same sex marriages or face jail time and a fine.

via hotair.com

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The Federalist Society Caves to “Rape Culture” Orthodoxy | Minding The Campus

I know that this isn’t a free speech issue. The Federalist Society, like any other organization, is within its rights to decide what speakers to sponsor. There was no breach of contract, only of basic courtesy. Yet, given that the society’s mission statement says it is “dedicated to fostering balanced and open debate about the fundamental principles of freedom, federalism, and the role of the judiciary,” its willingness to cave to those who would stifle debate is distressing—all the more so when the subject of that debate is an assault on the fundamental principles of freedom and justice.

via www.mindingthecampus.com

I have a theory what this is about. Via http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/

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How Obama Transformed the Federal Judiciary

he transformation of the D.C. Circuit has been replicated in federal courts around the country. Obama has had two hundred and eighty judges confirmed, which represents about a third of the federal judiciary. Two of his choices, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, were nominated to the Supreme Court; fifty-three were named to the circuit courts of appeals, two hundred and twenty-three to the district courts, and two to the Court of International Trade. When Obama took office, Republican appointees controlled ten of the thirteen circuit courts of appeals; Democratic appointees now constitute a majority in nine circuits. Because federal judges have life tenure, nearly all of Obama’s judges will continue serving well after he leaves office.

via www.newyorker.com

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How Obama Transformed the Federal Judiciary

he transformation of the D.C. Circuit has been replicated in federal courts around the country. Obama has had two hundred and eighty judges confirmed, which represents about a third of the federal judiciary. Two of his choices, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, were nominated to the Supreme Court; fifty-three were named to the circuit courts of appeals, two hundred and twenty-three to the district courts, and two to the Court of International Trade. When Obama took office, Republican appointees controlled ten of the thirteen circuit courts of appeals; Democratic appointees now constitute a majority in nine circuits. Because federal judges have life tenure, nearly all of Obama’s judges will continue serving well after he leaves office.

via www.newyorker.com

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Sunday, October 19, 2014

'Dragon's Egg': Marines who guarded Saddam's mysterious bunker fear weapons unleashed | Fox News

The U.S. Marines who guarded the sprawling complex in northwest Iraq where Saddam Hussein’s 1980s war machine churned out some of the most deadly chemical and biological weapons known to man had a name for one especially mysterious bunker: The Dragon’s Egg.

via www.foxnews.com

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The soda wars move to Berkeley « Hot Air

The progressive War on Soda may have failed in New York, despite the best efforts of the Deplorable Nanny State Mayor, but this is a multi-front battle which will clearly rage on for some time. As any good battle commander will tell you, when fighting an opponent with numerical superiority, it’s best to drag them into a skirmish on your home turf. In the effort to save people from their own ignorant, evil selves, the fight to make soda more expensive – and thereby modify public behavior through tax policy – has moved to Berkeley.

via hotair.com

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Federal Judges Fed Up With Government Misconduct | New York Observer

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.

via observer.com

Geeze!

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Synod’s Final Report Lacks Bishops’ Consensus on Controversial Topics |Blogs | NCRegister.com

VATICAN — In an electronic vote this afternoon, the synod fathers approved the final report — relatio synodi — of the synod of bishops, with two paragraphs on administering holy Communion to divorced and “remarried” couples and one on welcoming homosexuals failing to reach a two-thirds majority.

via www.ncregister.com

But both received substantial majorities.

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Ebola fears spur travel bans in Latin America, Caribbean | The Miami Herald

Amid growing fears over the spread of the world’s worst Ebola outbreak, several Latin America health ministers will meet in Havana, Cuba on Monday to agree on joint measures to confront the deadly virus that has infected 9,216 people and killed 4,555, according to the World Health Organization.

via www.miamiherald.com

I guess if Cuba does it, so can we.

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BBC News - Ancient Scottish fish 'first to have sex'

An international team of researchers says a fish called Microbrachius dicki is the first-known animal to stop reproducing by spawning and instead mate by having sex.

via www.bbc.com

It seemed like such a good idea.

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Scientist stumbles upon spider as big as a puppy

Scientist Piotr Naskrecki writes its weight is "about as much as a young puppy," while its leg span can be a foot long, comparable with a kid's forearm, notes LiveScience. The body itself is fist-sized, Naskrecki says. The fangs? Two inches long. The thing won't kill you, but its bite feels "like driving a nail through your hand."

via www.usatoday.com

omg its so cute!!! :D

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BBC News - Hong Kong protests: Leader says 'external forces' involved

Mainland Chinese officials have frequently warned against "foreign interference" in Hong Kong, while Chinese state media have accused the West of "instigating" the protests.

via www.bbc.com

China is going to be a problem.

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Larry Fischer vs. The Bastard

Now the final battle is being fought and the war is almost over. Like all wars, you are never sure who won or lost. The Bastard may think it was a win, but The Bastard is going to lose. Larry's journey here is almost to an end, but Larry will win his freedom from pain and suffering. We may feel we have lost, but we won in that we were part of Larry's journey and Larry was part of our journey. Our victory is in our strength, knowledge, and love we have gained from traveling together. The Bastard can never take that from us.

May our journeys find paths that continuously cross.

via www.tradbow.com

Larry was my best friend in grade school.

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Costly, nasty battle rages in San Diego race for Congress - LA Times

DeMaio's hard-charging style, combined with his anti-Washington pledge to "Fix Congress First," has turned the 52nd Congressional District race into one of the tightest and costliest in the country, with spending by the campaigns and independent committees expected to top $10 million.

It might also be among the nastiest, with the candidates complaining of distortions and smear tactics, and a former DeMaio campaign worker accusing him of sexual misconduct.

via www.latimes.com

De Maio is accused of public wanking, which I gather is not a matter of sexual preference or wiring. It is something he allegedly wrongly chose to do. I suspect it is a false charge but perhaps there are true ones we don't know about. Still, I think it was Peters who was revealed to be spending an unconscionable amount watering his lawn, which I am jealous of and resent. So DeMaio it is.

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Lessons of the Ebola Crisis | National Review Online

The very nature of the debate we are now having, including the debate over the travel ban, is evidence of the fact that we probably have not yet learned not to underestimate this outbreak. We are still thinking about it in terms of a crisis in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone that could reach our shores by the various means that connect us to them. But the real danger, to us and to others, is probably far greater than that. Our greatest worry should not be that the disease could get to the United States from those West African nations but that it will get to Nigeria’s larger population centers or to, say, India or other places with massive population density and weak public-health systems, and from there will become an epidemic throughout the third world. The scale that this outbreak is now likely to reach in West Africa will make it rather difficult to prevent that, raising the risk of a far more colossal human catastrophe than the nightmare we are already witnessing and of a greater threat to the U.S. population. 

via www.nationalreview.com

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What the Left Can’t Admit about the Politics of Ebola | National Review Online

Evidently, they are not. Old habits dying hard, President Obama’s former press secretary, Robert Gibbs, has complained rather glibly that “Republicans want people to turn on the television and see that nothing is working.” I daresay that, in a narrow sense at least, Gibbs is right. We are, after all, approaching an important election, and the more bad press that the president gets, the better it is for his opponents. But, inherent to Gibbs’s charge, was the implication that the widespread perception of presidential incompetence is axiomatically false. Such presumptions are widespread. Having run rather convincingly through the brief against the White House — listing among its recent mistakes the rollout of Obamacare, the failure to predict the rise of the Islamic State, scandals involving the IRS, the NSA, the Secret Service, and the Veterans Affairs, and the “child migrant crisis” on the southern border — Brian Beutler proposed rather curiously that certain “members of the media are enabling” the Right in its characterization of the Obama administration as the “gang that can’t shoot straight.” Instead, Beutler urged, “they should be anathematizing it.”

via www.nationalreview.com

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Supreme Court Allows Texas to Use Strict Voter ID Law in Coming Election - NYTimes.com

The Supreme Court on Saturday allowed Texas to use its strict voter identification law in the November election. The court’s order, issued just after 5 a.m., was unsigned and contained no reasoning.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg issued a six-page dissent saying the court’s action “risks denying the right to vote to hundreds of thousands of eligible voters.”

Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan joined the dissent.

via mobile.nytimes.com

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Ebola Scare Turns Dallas Hospital Into a 'Ghost Town' - ABC News

Texas Health Presbyterian's average emergency room wait time had been 52 minutes, according to federal hospital data. But when ABC News called the hospital and asked the emergency department for the ER wait time today, the response was that there was no wait time.

via abcnews.go.com

October 18, 2014 | Permalink | Comments (0)

The Jewish Press » » Exposé: US Blocked All Defense Shipments to Israel in Middle of War

The Obama administration stopped shipping to Israel all defense items – and not just Hellfire missiles as previously reported – for a short time in the middle of the war against Hamas, reported Israel Defense’s Amir Rappaport, the well-informed and highly credibly editor of the website.

via www.jewishpress.com

October 18, 2014 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Cardinal Burke: I think I’m out; Update: “Who do you think?” « Hot Air

The departure of Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke from the Apostolic Signatura has been rumored for weeks, but nothing official had been forthcoming. Yesterday, Burke himself confirmed it in an interview with Buzzfeed – kind of. Actually, when one reads Burke’s response, it sounds as if he still hasn’t heard anything official about his future:

via hotair.com

Wheels within wheels.

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Bishops scrap welcome to gays in sign of split - The Washington Post

VATICAN CITY — Catholic bishops scrapped their landmark welcome to gays Saturday, showing deep divisions at the end of a two-week meeting sought by Pope Francis to chart a more merciful approach to ministering to Catholic families.

via www.washingtonpost.com

Maybe they should get a divorce.

October 18, 2014 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Incompetence Meets Mendacity in Obama Administration’s Ebola Response | National Review Online

It is a short step to incompetence when you lose sight of what you are expected to be competent at accomplishing. It is an even shorter step to mendacity for a ruling class that is schooled to believe the country is fatally flawed and, thus, that the pursuit of our national interests is evil. It turns out that when real crises rivet their attention, the rubes still expect the government to protect and defend them. At that point, the government must either attend to those basic duties, or lie.

via www.nationalreview.com

And it's not pretty.

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White House: Ron Klain's work handing out stimulus money good experience for Ebola czar | WashingtonExaminer.com

Of course, Republicans might be making a mistake in viewing the Ebola czar as an official who will actually fight Ebola. It's possible, perhaps likely, that Klain's position is more political than that. "He'll control the message better than most people would, which is really important from an economic standpoint, from a health standpoint, but it's also important from a political perspective," an anonymous Democratic political operative told the New York Times. "If anybody can get the way this is being reported and discussed under control in a short period of time, he's the one."

via www.washingtonexaminer.com

Eesch.

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Friday, October 17, 2014

Locals Take Steps To Save Wild Yellow-Headed Amazon Parrot - imperialbeachnewsca.com: News

The injured parrot identified by Durham as a Yellow-headed Amazon “showed signs of a traumatic injury to the left wing; blood, bruising, swelling and an entry or exit wound was observed during a brief assessment. The parrot was then transported to the SoCal Parrot Sanctuary and Rehab Facility in Rancho San Diego-Jamul, where it received a thorough exam followed by stabilizing care, mild pain management medication and overnight monitoring.

via www.imperialbeachnewsca.com

We're famous!

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Video of bikini-wearing women with guns questioned | Inquirer News

SALT LAKE CITY — A risque video shot in conservative Utah featuring bikini-clad women firing high-powered weapons and riding in tanks for a pin-up calendar has angered a pair of law enforcement agencies, who suspect some of their equipment and officers may be in the film.

via newsinfo.inquirer.net

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Life Sentence for US Man Who Shot Teen Over Loud Music

Miami:  A Florida man who fatally shot a black teenager during an argument over loud music was sentenced on Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

via www.ndtv.com

It was probably terrible music too.

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As Ebola fears spread, American Airlines flight crew shuts sick Texas passenger in lavatory - Houston Chronicle

A University of Texas professor said Friday that she was "disgusted" on an American Airlines flight as the crew, fearing the spread of Ebola, kept a woman who had vomited shut in the plane's bathroom.

via www.chron.com

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Gang Of Men Randomly Beat People At University Of Illinois | The Daily Caller

The attackers — described as black men, perhaps 25 years old, wearing dark clothes — rambled around an area in Champaign, tackling various innocent and unsuspecting people to the ground and kicking them in the head.

via dailycaller.com

I know people at the law school there.

October 17, 2014 | Permalink | Comments (0)

New Patient ‘Screened Positive’ For Ebola At Baylor Hospital, Testing Not Confirmed « CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – On Friday morning Baylor Hospital in Dallas confirmed a patient with ‘ebola similar symptoms’ also triggered a positive on a verbal screening questionnaire.

via dfw.cbslocal.com

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Ebola Quarantine Makes Sense, Says Infectious Disease Doctor | New Republic

ntil a vaccine or effective antibiotics become available, it may be very difficult to stop this outbreak in the U.S. now that it is here. There are ways to slow it down, however, which will provide more time to develop that medicine and to prepare hospitals to handle more cases. Quarantine is one tool that has been successfully employed in the past; currently, it is being underutilized. I would maintain that every individual traveling here from a country with an active outbreakcurrently Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeriashould be quarantined. 

via www.newrepublic.com

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The Other Bubble | National Review Online

Well, queasy is back. And this time, the strong arm belongs not to the boss of the company, Janet Yellen of the Fed, but to a media supporter, Paul Krugman of the New York Times. Unlike the old Fan and Fred execs, Krugman isn’t administering his punishment in the privacy of a conference room but rather in his columns and blogs. Example: This week, the professor’s target was actually another man qualified to be a professor, Cliff Asness, a University of Chicago Ph.D. who does his own academic work. Asness also runs tens of billions at a hedge fund, a fact that suggests he has thought about interest rates and the Fed quite a bit. To Asness Krugman wrote: “But if you’re one of those people who don’t have time to understand the monetary debate, I have a simple piece of advice: Don’t lecture the chairman of the Fed on monetary policy.

via www.nationalreview.com

Actually, I think the call for civility is futile.  I think you should just call Krugman a nut.  The Krugnut! Herr Doktor Professor Krugnut! When QE finally spins down, I predict depression of some kind, plus inflation. I don't know why exactly. We'll have to ask the Krugnut after it happens.

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