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Medical Research Org CIDRAP: Ebola Transmittable by Air

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. 14 Oct 2014

Ferguson Protesters and St. Louis Rams Fans Clash

FERGUSON, Missouri—Tempers flared late Monday night among St. Louis football fans and pro-Mike Brown supporters outside Edward Jones Dome. St. Louis Rams fans exited the stadium after    witnessing a loss to the San Francisco 49’ers. 14 Oct 2014

Gut Check: Pain Relievers

I hate self-help books, and yet I realize, when I begin a sentence with, “I hate self-help books,” it’s because I’m about to make a sharp turn with, “But this book is different.” 14 Oct 2014

Flashback: The Hagans' 'Whites Only' Country Club Problem

With Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) locked in a tight reelection bid and in need of a good Democratic to turn out in a few short weeks, Democrats appear eager to promote the claim that North Carolina Republicans and their candidate for Senate are hostile to African Americans. 14 Oct 2014

Democrat Investment in South Dakota: An Expensive Publicity Gambit?

What's the price for a series of headlines suggesting the political landscape for control of the Senate has shifted significantly in the Democrats' favor? Key GOP operatives say the $1 million ad buy in South Dakota purchased just that – and that the race isn't really in danger for Republican Gov. Mike Rounds. 14 Oct 2014

Exclusive–Ted Cruz on Potential 2016 Run: Question for all GOP Primary Voters Is 'Who Is Standing Up and Leading?'

CLEMSON, South Carolina — Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)—a likely 2016 presidential candidate—expects the GOP field for the 2016 presidential nomination to form by June of next year, he told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on the way to a tailgate event with several candidates for statewide and federal office at the Clemson University football game on Saturday. 14 Oct 2014

Armageddon Without Corporate Welfare?

Does the Boeing Corporation really need the U.S. Export-Import Bank? In a recent interview with Bloomberg Government, Kostya Zolotusky, Boeing’s managing director for capital markets and leasing sounded apocalyptic when asked about the potential expiration of the Export-Import Bank: "How would you plan for an Armageddon? We're not planning for an Armageddon. You can't plan for an Armageddon." But in past statements, the company has said it will be fine. 14 Oct 2014

GOP Hammers Hagan Over Recent Controversies

The North Carolina Republican Party has launched a new website aimed at highlighting Sen. Kay Hagan’s (D-NC) efforts to avoid discussing recent controversies as she pursues her bid for reelection against Republican state House Speaker Thom Tillis.  14 Oct 2014

Posner's Weak Voter ID Opinion Relies on New York Times Articles

The left is celebrating the recent decision against Wisconsin's voter ID laws by Seventh Circuit Judge Richard A. Posner, the "conservative" jurist and author, as if it represents a turning point in the debate. It certainly might--though not on the merits, but rather because Posner has, perhaps under pressure, embraced politics over law as the basis for deciding the issue. A close reading of Posner's opinion reveals how absurd his reasoning really is. 14 Oct 2014

In Attempt To Disprove Story Showing He Fabricated Military Record, Gary Peters Gives Documents To Daily Beast Proving He Lied

Michigan Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI) accidentally proved to the Daily Beast he lied on his campaign website and on the campaign trail about his military record as part of an effort to disprove a Breitbart News investigation—and the Daily Beast’s Tim Mak fell hook, line and sinker for the Peters’ campaign’s spin despite being provided with evidence by Peters that Peters lied. 13 Oct 2014

Michigan's Gary Peters Resorts to War on Women Attack Ad in Face Of Questions About Fabricated Military Record

Michigan Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI) has launched a new advertisement that falsely claims GOP candidate Terri Lynn Land wants to cut women’s access to various female health services. The new ad comes as Peters and his campaign have completely publicly ignored an investigation by Breitbart News into Peters’ military background, in which documents and interviews with military leaders—including one of Peters’ former commanding officers—have shown that he fabricated much of his service record for political gain on the campaign trail. 13 Oct 2014

Traditional Marriage Backers Must Put up a Better Fight

If you are even slightly sympathetic to the cause of traditional marriage, you cannot help but be disturbed by its string of recent defeats. Not just in referendums and legislatures, where the contest is basically a fair one, but in the courts, which have canceled out the increasingly rare victories traditional marriage has won. You are left to conclude that the political game is rigged, and also--increasingly--that advocates for traditional marriage have barely put up a real fight. 13 Oct 2014

Chicago Violence Kills Two, Wounds Eight

For the first time this season, Chicago experienced cool temperatures over the whole weekend, and while cooler temps don’t always coincide with fewer shootings, this weekend's violence was relatively light with two killed and only eight wounded. 13 Oct 2014

T Minus 22: GOP Opens Big Leads on Critical Issues

A new Gallup survey shows the GOP opening up big leads on four critical issues voters say are most important this election. Republicans enjoy an 11-point advantage over Democrats on handling the economy, the issue foremost on voters' minds. The GOP edge mirrors a similar advantage it enjoyed heading into the 2010 elections. It is the clearest sign that a late-stage wave may be building for Republicans. 13 Oct 2014

Colorado Student Rally Taken Over by Democrat Organizers

On Saturday a rally that had been organized by Jeffco Students for Change and hoped to fire up further student opposition to the conservative-led Jefferson County (JeffCo), Colorado board of education, was poorly-attended and mostly by adults who attempted to turn it into a Democrat organizing event. 13 Oct 2014

65% of Democrats Believe They Will Hold Senate

A Gallup poll finds that 65% of Democratic voters remain confident their party will maintain control of the U.S. Senate--a position that may spell shock and disappointment if new statistical projections prove accurate.  13 Oct 2014

T Minus 22: Dems Fear Turnout As GOP Odds Improve

In the Obama-era, the Democrat party has become overly dependent on minorities, single women and young voters. Without abnormally high turnout among these voters, Democrat candidates face long odds on election night. Unfortunately for Democrats, these are the least reliable voters to turn out. As the theory of the midterms becomes reality, expect GOP odds of victory to increase. 13 Oct 2014

Teen's Killer Taunts Victim's Mother at Sentencing Hearing

Convicted killer John Wilson, Jr. murdered 14-year-old Brenda O’Laughlin when she walked in on him during a robbery of her parent's suburban Chicago home in 2011, but his abuse of the O'Laughlin family isn't over. At his sentencing hearing last week Wilson taunted the family once more. 13 Oct 2014


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