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Read Senator Hagan’s Pro-Socialist, Pro-Marxist College Thesis

 Senator Kay Hagan’s pro-Marxist, pro-Socialist college thesis. Hagan, then writing under her unmarried name of Ruthven, approvingly cited left-wing progressive thinkers, including Charles Beard and Thorstein Veblen, in a 1974 college thesis titled, “The Silent Sentinels.” The thesis pushed the then-controversial Equal Rights Amendment in a thesis ostensibly about the suffragists. Hagan advocated a progressive […] Read More →

Feds Exhaust Hazmat Supplies Amid Ebola Scare

 Major companies forced to allocate protective gear to government agencies.  The federal government is drying up the supply of Hazmat suits and protective gear according to several large distributors, fueling concerns that the deadly Ebola virus will continue to spread in the wake of  yesterday’s fourth confirmed case. According to one such company, Boss Safety […] Read More →

House Testimony: Sweat On Bus Surfaces Can Spread Ebola

HHS boss admits Ebola can survive in perspiration on inert surfaces. Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, asked Rabih Torbay, the Vice President of International Operations for International Medical Corps., if somebody on a bus could catch Ebola from an infected passenger.  The exchange occurred on Friday during a House hearing on the federal […] Read More →

Sudden Jihad Syndrome strikes in NYC?

 Another “lone wolf” goes feral, this time in New York City.  Come for the Ebola, stay for the hatchet-wielding jihadis.  Don’t even get me started on the C.H.U.D.s in the sewers. Of course, the authorities are striving mightily to portray 32-year-old Zale Thompson as anything but a jihad enthusiast.  ABC News quotes police sources saying he was […] Read More →

Fight for Kobani Stirs Old Vendetta Among Turkey’s Kurds

 The war between Kurds and Islamists in Syria has rekindled a decades-old vendetta in southeast Turkey, where a sequence of lynchings and assassinations is reminiscent of a bloody past. In the early 1990s, Kurdish nationalists accused Turkey’s authorities of using local Islamist groups to conduct a campaign of extra-judicial killings, a charge that successive governments […] Read More →

Ebola Hysteria Opens Door for Government Abuse

Bob Barr,  If the 1931 classic film Frankenstein were filmed in the United States today, the villagers storming the gates of the castle would not be carrying torches and pitchforks, but instead wearing HAZMAT suits, spraying cans of Lysol in the air, and demanding that the mayor do “whatever is necessary” to protect them against […] Read More →

Why Ukraine’s revolution remains unfinished

 In the afternoon of February 20, after the morning’s dead had been cleared away, Volodymyr Melnychuk arrived outside Kiev’s October palace. Higher up the hill stood the seats of Ukrainian government, defended by thousands of police. Below lay Independence Square, or Maidan, covered in protesters’ camps and scarred with barricades and the detritus of battle. […] Read More →