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VIDEO: Ann Coulter on the Current Ebola Situation

Video of Ann Coulter discussing what’s currently being done regarding the Ebola situation, the appointment of Ron Klain, and more. Breitbart.com says: Coulter also argued for a flight ban, stating that “people whose salaries we’re paying are supposed to be protecting Americans, not protecting the citizens of the world…the way we help the rest of […]

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ISIS Takes 3rd Largest Military Base in Iraq

ISIS has apparently taken control of the 3rd largest military base in Iraq. According to Iraqi News: The military sources said that “the organization ISIS attacked the army base in Hit, the third largest military bases in western Iraq, from several axes, and carried out a series of suicide attacks on the walls of the […]

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Parents Liable for what Children Put Online?

I have mentioned previously the importance of protecting your child’s online presence, but what about us parents? Should we be held liable for the things our children post online? I am going to guess that some parents will be upset by this, but I am so careful about monitoring my child online that I would […]

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Nurse with Ebola Flew with Symptoms

The 2nd nurse to be diagnosed with the Ebola Virus apparently flew to Ohio and back, on the return flight from Ohio it is said she had a low grade fever and still flew. According to NBC: The airline that unknowingly transported an Ebola-stricken nurse on a flight from Ohio to Texas has placed six […]

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2nd Dallas Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

A 2nd worker in Dallas, Texas has tested positive for the Ebola virus. More information on this latest development from CNN: A preliminary Ebola test was done late Tuesday at the state public health laboratory in Austin, and the results came back around midnight. A second test will be conducted by the Centers for Disease […]

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VIDEO: Possible Ebola Patient in Kansas City

UPDATE: Ebola Test NEGATIVE Another city, another possible case. Keeping up with the new possible Ebola cases is getting very difficult. The Kansas City Star reporting on the latest possible case of the Ebola virus here in the United States: The University of Kansas Hospital reported late Monday afternoon that it was testing a patient […]

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Voiceprints to Fight Fraud

When it comes to human voices, it appears they are being collected to assist in fighting fraud. Though fraud is running rampant all over the world these days, the fact that our voices are being harvested is on the creepy side of things. According to a recent article from AP: Businesses and governments around the […]

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