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The undocumented, collateral victims of Ebola
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Ebola, ISIL and the American state of fear
Americans are living under a dire threat that could quickly escalate into a national emergency. No, not Ebola or the Islamic State but the hugely overhyped fear of them. The public resembles one of...
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Rep. Duncan Hunter Now Fearmongering About Ebola ...
(R-Calif.) says the Obama administration must beef up security on the southern border of the U.S. because of the threat posed by terrorists and the growing Ebola outbreak in West...
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Hightower: It's the Immigration Fearmongers We Sh...
One thing you can say about Rick Perry is that he sticks to his guns. If one of his policy proposals turns out to be dumb, by gollies, he will double-down on dumb. For example, in his current re-run...
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Key to unlocking new generation of philanthropy
Young donors whose best earning years are still ahead are showing remarkable promise philanthropically, according to a recently released 2014 Burk Donor Survey Report. Research found more donors under...
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Don’t ban on-base tobacco sales
We are losing a war in Iraq and Syria, the military is shrinking dangerously as global threats are growing, and yet the Pentagon is mustering its forces against tobacco products. So, we can't figure...
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New program manager of DCGS-A hopes for strong st...
Col. Robert Collins, U.S. Army Col. Robert Collins, the recently installed head of the Army's service-wide network for sharing and analyzing intelligence, says meticulous feedback from end users can...
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Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
The Dallas Morning News. Oct. 11, 2014. Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan didn't die in vain Last week, the loved ones of Thomas Eric Duncan faced the outcome they'd been dreading in the two weeks...
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Stopping Disease at the Borders
Americans against amnesty are not only worried about unemployed Mexicans crossing our southern border illegally to take U.S. jobs. More than ever, we need the fence that Congress voted for and...
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America The Whiny: Everyone Blames Everyone For A...
Is there absolutely nothing left in this country that we can take on as a nation without someone heading for the nearest cable TV news studio or on-line publication to lay the blame for our latest...
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Bogus Border Bashing Keeps Steaming Along
As the midterm elections draw closer, the border bogeyman machine is kicking into higher gear. A major part of Republican electoral strategy over the closing weeks of the election will be to stoke...
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Obama administration downplays report ISIL fighte...
Obama administration downplays report ISIL fighters tried to enter U.S. from Mexico WASHINGTON — The United States was said to have detected Islamic State of Iraq and Levant at the border with...
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Hunter: Terrorists crossing into U.S. -- but mayb...
Sunday, October 12, 2014 - 11:17am WASHINGTON (CNN) — Men affiliated with terrorist organizations have crossed the United States' southern border and the Department of Homeland Security is splitting...
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Department of Homeland Security
Local Pol Backtracks on ISIS at Border Claim
The head of Homeland Security said there is no credible evidence to support a local Congressman’s claims that ISIS fighters were apprehended or attempted to enter the U.S. along its border with...
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Climate Action Plan Is a ‘Significant Step Forwar...
San Diego will cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2035, if all goes according to the Climate Action Plan draft Mayor Kevin Faulconer presented last week. The mandates laid out will be legally...
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Fight in Syria Continues
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are Friday's top trending stories nationwide. Protestors in Clayton, Missouri demanding justice for Michael Brown. More than 125 people stood in the rain outside Prosecutor...
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ISIS militants caught trying to cross border into...
ISIS may already be here. In an alarmist bombshell statement that intersects both America’s war on terror and its fight to secure the border with Mexico, Rep.
said ISIS fighters have...
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House Homeland Security Chair eyes spy blimps to ...
Rep. Michael McCaul, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said Friday that he wants to redeploy U.S. military spy blimps in Afghanistan to America’s southern border. The plan to...
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The right’s “Obama Derangement Zone”: ISIS, Ebola...
The twin terrors of Ebola and ISIS have now entered the Obama Derangement Zone, and it’s likely to get worse every day until the November election. There’s certainly room for debate about the...
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ISIS fighters crossing U.S.-Mexico border, says C...
The Congressman said ten fighters with ties to the violent group were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas. The remarks came during a testy exchange with Greta Van Sustren on FOX...
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