ISIS Holds Public Stoning in Syria– The ISIS terrorist group stoned a woman in Hama, Syria recently. The Is . . .
Doug Ross @ Journal
In November 2011, David Willman of The Los Angeles Times described another instance of taxpayer abuse by the Obama administration, this time in the Department of Health and Human Services. Obama’s first “Ebola Czar” — Dr. Nicole Lurie — is said to have directed nearly half a billion dollars to a huge Obama donor for a vaccination no one wanted.
Perhaps some of the geniuses in the GOP can dredge up this article when they’re accused — falsely — of slashing someone’s budget. First off, no one’s budget’s been slashed. Second, MRC has documented the copious, criminal waste of money by the National Institute of Health and the Center for Disease Control.
But back to the original Ebola Czar, Dr. Lurie. Let Willman tell the tale:
Cost, need questioned in $433-million smallpox drug deal
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Militant pleads not guilty in Benghazi attacks
Updated: Monday, October 20 2014, 03:14 PM EDT
WASHINGTON (AP) – A Libyan militant has pleaded not guilty to charges arising from the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Forty-three-year-old Ahmed Abu Khattala entered the plea through his lawyer Monday in a 15-minute court proceeding before a federal judge.
An 18-count grand jury indictment handed up last week makes Abu Khattala eligible for the death penalty if convicted.
The charges against him include murder of an internationally protected person, murder of an officer and employee of the United States and killing a person in the course of an attack on a federal facility.
Abu Khattala is the first militant to be prosecuted for the Sept. 11, 2012 Benghazi attacks.
Abu Khattala’s lawyer says the government has failed to show Khattala was connected to the attacks.
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text size RPD: Burglar beaten to death with bat
Updated: Monday, October 20 2014, 06:14 PM EDT
Rochester, N.Y. – An alleged burglary turned deadly Sunday morning along Arnett Boulevard in Rochester.
Police say an alleged burglar was beaten to death with a bat by a homeowner after a confrontation around 7:00 a.m.
The man, his wife and their four kids were all inside at the time of the incident. None of them were hurt. Police say no charges have been filed and the family is cooperating with the investigation.
People who live in the area say the incident came as a shock to what they call a quiet street.
“Sweet people. Very sweet people. Never heard nothing bad about them and we really don’t hear anything bad about anyone on this street,” Kelly Johnson says.
“It’s very concerning because we like to keep everything safe for our community and…
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October 19, 2014 by creeping
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (above), destroyed on 9/11, will overlook the 9/11 Memorial when rebuilt.
Hopefully the public reject it. But the archdiocese seems on board with the ecumenical, non-church church idea:
St. Nicholas Church, Destroyed on 9/11, to Rebuild With Byzantine Design
the reflection looks more mosque-like in this rendering
Sam’s Club donates $2,500 to a mosque that was named after military wing of Hamas, directed by man who pleaded guilty to raising support for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), has been a member of ISNA and hosted CAIR propaganda event.
A Florida Family Association supporter happened to look up at the wall behind the checkout line at the Sam’s Club located at 2021 Brandon Boulevard in Brandon, Florida. He saw a large photograph of a check made out from Sam’s Club in the amount of $2,500 payable to the Islamic Community of Tampa located in the top left prominent position on the wall. Florida Family Association snapped a cellphone photograph. Photographs indicated that no other non-profit organization received more than $500.
by creepingvia Mother beaten, dragged behind car in Dearborn; Surveillance video captures domestic violence attack – WXYZ.com. h/t Diane (video at link would not embed)
DEARBORN, Mich. (WXYZ) – You can see it on the video: A car pulled over in Dearborn. Inside, a couple argued. This was no lovers’ spat. It was the beginning of a disagreement that erupted into a full blown attack on a mother and her two children.
The fight ended with a woman being dragged around a city block.
In the exclusive video above, an SUV pulls to the side of Chase Road. Police say the driver, a woman, got into an argument with the father of her children who was in the passenger seat. The mother pulled over and told the man to get out. Surveillance cameras from a business captured every detail.
The last thing Muslims brought to Boston was the Marathon Massacre. Now Boston has a new, though probably unintentional Muslim threat to worry about.
The plane, Emirates flight 237 that arrived from Dubai, was surrounded by ambulances and emergency responders in white and yellow suits.
Airport officials said that none of the passengers taken ill had come from West Africa. Family members said they had come from Saudi Arabia.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protections said none of these five passengers on Emirates Flight 237 has traveled to West Africa recently. Three of the five patients were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital, the hospital confirmed.
Jaffea Mohamed, 34, said at the airport that he is waiting for his in-laws, who were traveling from India via Dubai, to come off the plane.
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by Jim Hoft
Troops from the 101st Airborne Division will not receive full protective Hazmat suits for their mission in West Africa.
They’re being sent to West Africa but won’t get full protective Hazmat suits.
US troops prepare for deployment (US Army Africa)
The 101st Airborne is a U.S. Army modular light infantry division trained for air assault operations. The division was renowned for its role on D-Day. Major General David H. Petraeus (“Eagle 6″) led the Screaming Eagles to war in 2003 during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The administration says they won’t need them.
Nashville Public Radio reported:
The highly respected Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota just advised the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) that “there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles,” including exhaled breath.
CIDRAP is warning that surgical facemasks do not prevent transmission of Ebola, and healthcare professionals (HCP) must immediately be outfitted with full-hooded protective gear and powered air-purifying respirators.
CIDRAP since 2001 has been a global leader in addressing public health preparedness regarding emerging infectious diseases and bio-security responses. CIDRAP’s opinion on Ebola virus is there are “No proven pre- or post-exposure treatment modalities;” “A high case-fatality rate;” and “Unclear modes of transmission.”
In April of 2014, CIDRAP published a commentary on Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) that confirmed the disease “could be an…
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