Rand Paul: Ebola ‘Could Get Beyond Our Control‘Submitted by estaban3 on Wed, 10/01/2014 – 20:48in Rand Paul Quicklink Sen. Rand Paul R-KY argued that the Ebola virus “could get beyond our control” and warned against underestimating the threat of the virus on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Laura Ingraham Show.”
There has been mounting evidence in the last two weeks that the Internet, one of the last unregulated venues for communication, might well be headed for federal regulation.
The Washington Post ^ | 10/02/14 | Abby PhillipPosted on 10/2/2014, 10:10:39 AM by Enlightened1Several African nations have restricted or banned air travel from Ebola-stricken countries, and airlines including Kenya Airways, British Airways, Air Cote D’Ivoire and Nigeria’s Arik Air have suspended flights from the countries.
TREASONOUS: Hey Congress, If This is Not an Impeachable Act, Exactly What Would Be? – Tea Party News
It is now well known that the IRS targeted tea party organizations.
What is less well known, but perhaps even more scandalous, is that the IRS also targeted those who would educate their fellow citizens about the United States Constitution.According to the inspector general’s report pp. 30 & 38, this particular IRS targeting commenced on Jan. 25, 2012 — the beginning of the election year for President Obama’s second campaign.
On that date: “the BOLO [‘be on the lookout’] criteria were again updated.” The revised criteria included “political action type organizations involved in … educating on the Constitution and Bill of Rights.”
Grass-roots organizations around the country, such as the Linchpins of Liberty Tennessee, the Spirit of Freedom Institute Wyoming, and the Constitutional Organization of Liberty Pennsylvania, allege that they were singled out for special scrutiny at least in part for their work in constitutional education.
There may have been many more.FAX BLAST SPECIAL: Impeach Obama NOW!
Obamacare’s Part-Time NationThe Federalist ^ | September 9, 2014 | John Daniel DavidsonPosted on 9/9/2014, 12:13:02 PM by right-wing agnostic
As summer slides into autumn, the Affordable Care Act doesn’t seem to be weighing as heavily on our elected leaders as it was this time last year, before the botched rollout of the health insurance exchanges and the battles over Medicaid expansion in state legislatures. Even Congressional Republicans appear to be losing interest.
Who is Rand Paul?
Townhall.com ^ | September 2, 2014 | Ralph BenkoPosted on 9/2/2014, 11:29:50 AM by KaslinFor starters, Rand is short for Randal, not an allusion to Ayn Rand, after whom Sen. Paul was not named by his libertarian not Objectivist father Ron Paul. Reportedly, growing up he was called Randy … until his wife shortened the diminutive to Rand.Washington, ordinarily, is committed to maintaining the status quo or making, at best, incremental…