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Michelle Malkin: The New York Times’ War on Gun-Owning Rape Victims

 Nasty New York Times editorial writer David Firestone pretends to care about campaign scare-mongering. But what he and his elitist ilk really fear are independent-thinking women who have dared to exercise their First Amendment powers to defend their Second Amendment rights. This week, Firestone took aim at “attack ads” sponsored by the National Rifle Association. The […] Read More →

Why Oil Prices Went Down So Far So Fast

 The reasons oil prices started sliding in June were hiding in plain sight: growth in U.S. production, sputtering demand from Europe and China, Mideast violence that threatened to disrupt supplies and never did. After three-and-a-half months of slow decline, the tipping point for a steeper drop came on Oct. 1, said Ray Carbone, president of […] Read More →

Why quarantining Ebola patients is a states’ rights issue

What if someone with a deadly and mysterious infectious disease arrived at one of the largest urban centers in the United States? Certainly, we would expect the White House to consult the finest scientific minds in the federal government, academia and medicine to develop the best, most evidence-based approach to the contagious crisis. But what […] Read More →

Fear and loathing in the fading days of the Democrat campaign

The New York Times put together a little article about some of the disgusting race-baiting attack ads run by frenzied Democrats in the fading days of the midterm election season.  It’s not really surprising that the Times would find nothing terribly objectionable about this – the Paper of Record’s eyebrow is raised a bit, but not enough to make its monocle […] Read More →

Ann Coulter: Hysterical Media Tells Us To Calm Down

 In the past week, The New York Times has ridiculed Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Gov. Chris Christie for having “fed panic” by ordering quarantines for health workers arriving from Ebola-plagued countries. NBC News‘ Brian Williams opened his broadcast last Friday announcing that the Obama administration was trying “to restrain the Ebola panic.” MSNBC‘s Rachel Maddow […] Read More →

The science on isolating health care workers

Betsy McCaughey,   On Monday, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Thomas Frieden announced a new policy on health care workers returning from Ebola-plagued West Africa. Parroting President Obama’s Saturday radio address, Frieden cautioned that Americans must be “guided by the science,” not fear. Sorry. The Obama administration’s halfway approach is based on political correctness, not science. […] Read More →

Halloween Snowfall Looms for Boston Trick-or-Treaters

 Trick-or-treaters in parts of the U.S. Northeast might find themselves collecting snowflakes this weekend along with candies. That’s Northeast as in northern New England and far upstate New York, the National Weather Service said. And Buffalo, too. When doesn’t that city have snow? There shouldn’t be panic yet — no one is forecasting a repeat […] Read More →

You Can Get Ebola from a Toilet Seat

Modern toilets are especially dangerous The New York Times admits it. You can end up infected with the Ebola virus if you use a bathroom used by an Ebola patient. In general, the disease risk of toilet seats is overrated, but you probably can get Ebola from a toilet seat. The risk is not so […] Read More →

CDC Releases New Ebola Monitoring Guidelines

 U.S. health officials issued stricter guidelines that say people with direct exposure to the Ebola virus should be isolated in their homes for 21 days, stopping short of mandatory quarantines to fight the outbreak. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created four risk categories and guidelines for how people should be monitored that […] Read More →