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Good News Growing Mystery, Send Your Sermons, Bad Deal
Good News But Growing Mystery 
 
Forty-three people who were being closely monitored for Ebola because of exposure to Thomas Duncan passed the critical 21-day period yesterday without showing any signs of infection. Dallas has now gone five days without a new case of Ebola. That's good news. Having said that, there are studies from the World Health Organization indicating that a small percentage of Ebola infections can occur well past the 21-day period. 
 
Budget Cuts Caused Ebola, Spreading Fear, Persecuting Pastors, Obama's Imperial Presidency

Budget Cuts Caused Ebola? 

That did not take long. The leftist/progressive political machine, following its long-standing and infamous rule "Don't let a crisis go to waste," has gone on the attack on the Ebola issue. The crisis they claim is due to budget cuts. Baloney!

Frieden's Fiasco II, Stop The Passengers, Door-To-Door For Life, Persecuting Pastors

Frieden's Fiasco II 

CBS News poll finds that the public's confidence in the Centers for Disease Control has been shattered as a result of Dr. Thomas Frieden's politically correct handling of Ebola. Only 37 percent of Americans believe the CDC is currently doing a good or excellent job. That's a huge drop from the 60% rating the agency scored in a May 2013 poll. Let me repeat: Dr. Frieden must resign. 

Frieden Must Resign, The CDC’s Failure, Persecuting Pastors, Obama's War Failure

Frieden Must Resign 

I believe that Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers of Disease Control, must step down. Under his direction, there have been repeated problems at the CDC. During the Dallas Ebola outbreak, CDC bureaucrats have seemed more concerned with getting an A for political correctness while getting a D- when it comes to applying years of knowledge about halting outbreaks of deadly diseases. Further developments today (see below) are the final straw. 

Frieden's Fiasco, How Much Risk, Screenings Start, Left Demands More Risk

Frieden's Fiasco 

Faith in the government's ability to handle major crises has been falling year after year. A Gallup poll last month found that it has fallen 17 points since 2012, to its lowest level ever. 

Frieden Must Resign, The CDC’s Failure, Persecuting Pastors, Obama's War Failure

Frieden Must Resign 

I believe that Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers of Disease Control, must step down. Under his direction, there have been repeated problems at the CDC. During the Dallas Ebola outbreak, CDC bureaucrats have seemed more concerned with getting an A for political correctness while getting a D- when it comes to applying years of knowledge about halting outbreaks of deadly diseases. Further developments today (see below) are the final straw. 

Ebola Day 14, How Nigeria Succeeded, Blaming Budget Cuts

Ebola In America: Day 14 

There is dismay at the disappointing news in Dallas that a nurse who treated Thomas Duncan has contracted the deadly Ebola virus. The Centers for Disease Control's initial reaction was to blame the nurse for a "breach of protocol." But the breach has yet to be identified and how the nurse became infected remains a mystery. 

Ebola Day 10, Priorities, America The Bad, Marriage Debate Not Over

Ebola In America: Day 10 

Here's some good news to report on the Ebola front: The Dallas deputy sheriff in isolation yesterday tested negative for the disease. 

Now for the not-so-good news. . .

Health officials are warning that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is spreading exponentially, "doubling about every three weeks." But don't worry -- we're doing more temperature screenings at five airports. Feel better?

Ebola Day 9, White House Prostitution Scandal, Goodbye Keystone Jobs, And Healthcare Plans

Ebola In America: Day 9 

Obama Administration officials announced yesterday that five major U.S. airports will begin additional temperature screenings of passengers from West Africa. These screenings won't begin until Saturday at the earliest. Critics are already concluding that this is not a serious measure.

Ebola Day 8, ISIS Here, Is Obama Losing?

Ebola In America: Day 8 

Thomas Duncan, the Liberian national being treated for Ebola in Dallas, died this morning just before 8:00 a.m. 

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