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  • Satire: President Dispatches Seasoned Political Operatives to Stem Ebola Crisis

    10/18/2014 12:36:34 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 29 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 18 Oct 2014 | John Semmens
    President Obama took decisive action on the growing Ebola crisis this week by appointing two well-traveled political operatives to key roles. On the national front, he named Ron Klain his special Ebola Czar. At the same time, he tabbed Adrian Saenz to manage events on the ground in Dallas—site of America's “patient zero.” The fact that neither man has any expertise in any medical field, much less in infectious diseases, took many observers by surprise. Republican Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas called the appointments “puzzling. When I called for the naming of an Ebola czar I thought the fact that...
  • UCLA Student Curses and Cries After Anti-Israel Measure Fails

    02/27/2014 12:08:53 PM PST · by tom h · 47 replies
    Washington Free Beacon ^ | February 26, 2014 | Washington Free Beacon Staff
    A UCLA student burst into tears and launched into a mostly incomprehensible anti-Israel rant on Wednesday after her fellow students voted to defeat a student council resolution aimed at divesting from the Jewish state. UCLA’s student council defeated the boycott resolution by a vote of 7 to 5 following an all-night session, according to the blog Legal Insurrection. Following the vote, one of the divestment measure’s supporters experienced a several-minute emotional breakdown that was caught on tape and uploaded to YouTube. “I’ve never been more f---ing disappointed than today,” the girl wails through tears, as she shivers and rolls back...
  • Are Democrats the New Whigs?

    07/02/2010 2:07:44 AM PDT · by Scanian · 9 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | July 02, 2010 | Carl Paulus
    Can you name the following party? After twelve years of seeing their opponents occupy the presidency, they finally captured the White House. Once in office, however, their presidential leader, much to the chagrin of many party regulars, adopted many of the opposition party's policies. In the next open presidential election, this party's candidate lost because of a third-party candidate, who took votes away in a crucial swing state. Shut out of the White House, this party vociferously opposed a controversial war, only to backtrack once the United States military gained control of the field. Finally, in an attempt to regain...

    09/11/2006 8:07:41 AM PDT · by ABUTOM · 8 replies · 430+ views
  • Bad Doctors

    Once again a Male Gyn in trouble. It seems to be alot of this happening lately. There is a cure no more male Gyn's. And the AMA needs to crack down on these pigs. Lady's please do a ama search before going to a doc also look at the alternatives available. Home testing is out there and a new CSA blood test which is almost 100% accurate verse the YUK Pap test which at best is 70% accurate and you keep your clothes on for the CSA test. Cost is about 50 dollars. her eis alink to there web site...
  • Kerry: New president will be needed after war

    04/02/2003 1:29:53 PM PST · by Alissa · 125 replies · 391+ views
    AP - Boston.com ^ | 4/2/2003 | Holly Ramer
    <p>PETERBOROUGH, N.H. (AP) Regardless of how successful the United States is in waging war against Iraq, it will take a new president to rebuild the country's damaged relationships with the rest of the world, Sen. John Kerry said Wednesday.</p> <p>Kerry spoke briefly and answered questions from voters who packed into the Peterborough Town Library basement to hear the Democratic presidential hopeful's views on everything from education to the economy. But much of the focus was on the war, and Kerry's criticism of President Bush's diplomatic efforts leading up to it.</p>
  • Carnahan, Talent show contrasts in televised debate

    10/22/2002 9:54:52 AM PDT · by William McKinley · 3 replies · 371+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | 10/22/02 | Steve Kraske
    In their long-awaited first debate Monday in the battle for Missouri's U.S. Senate seat, Republican Jim Talent showed why he was eager to confront Democrat Jean Carnahan anywhere and often. With his 16 years' experience in Jefferson City and Washington, Talent came off as comfortable and conversational in the televised debate from St. Louis. Carnahan, who has never run for public office before, was somber throughout and, at times, halting. But she became more assertive in the forum's final 30 minutes. That was when the debate, broadcast statewide on public television, turned to issues that Carnahan and Democrats nationwide have...