Thursday, October 16, 2014

Larwyn's Linx: Could It Possibly Get Any Worse?

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Could It Possibly Get Any Worse?: Roger L. Simon
Ebola’s U.S. Spread: What’s Going Wrong?: Sharyl Attkisson
The President Who Cried Wolf: Erick Erickson

Another Ebola case in Dallas: John Hayward
Dallas Nurse Flew to Ohio and Back 1 Day Before She Was Diagnosed: Ace
CDC: Ebola is Airborne, Sort of...: Declan Finn

Cruz Leading: Calls for Ebola Travel Ban. Where’s Rest of GOP?: CHQ
Wargaming the 2014 Midterms: Stephen Green
67 Percent Want An Ebola Travel Ban: DC

Ebola no match for NBC's Dr. Nancy ‘Soups’ Snyderman: John Kass
Network Theory and Ebola: Jeff Carter
More Ebola cases in Dallas 'very real possibility': county official: Reuters


NIH uses Ebola to hide mismanagement and increase funding: RS
Governments Need Inflation, Economies Don’t: Peter Schiff
School Threatens To Call Police On Students Handing Out Constitutions: Downtrend

Scandal Central

We'll tell you how dangerous Ebola is after the election: Ann Coulter
Army Completes Probe Into Bergdahl's Alleged Desertion--No Results Before Election: CNS
Only in Illinois: Substitute Teach for One Day, Get $1 Million Taxpayer-Funded Pension: CI

Obama Has An Ebola Czar. She Re-Directed Federal Research Money to a Democrat Donor: Erick Erickson
Nurses’ Union: Ebola Patient Left In Open Area Of ER For Hours: CBS Houston
Ebola in Obamaland: Incompetent CDC Looks For 132 Passengers Aboard Infected Nurse’s Plane: Clash

Climate & Energy

Emails Reveal EPA, Radical Marxist Green Group in "Absolutely Inappropriate" Relationship: Kelsey Harkness


The Left Lied, Turns Out the Military Found Lots of Chemical Weapons in Iraq: GayPatriot
NY Times Just Blasted Out of Existence Biggest Myth About George W. Bush & Iraq War: IJR
Liberal Website Deadspin Pushes Out a Democrat Lie Against Cory Gardner. Blows Itself Up.: Aaron Gardner

Dem. Billionaire Tom Steyer's GOP Vote Suppression Plan (And Politico Covered It Up): Lid
Ebola is 2014 October surprise: Elise Viebeck
Panic Hits TV News Divisions: Hollywood Reporter

The ‘Bam Who Fell To Earth: Ed Driscoll
WaPo calls out Dems for blaming Ebola on GOP, awards 4 Pinocchios: Unyielding
Black Voters in Ferguson Considering Voting... GOP?! Don't Tell MSNBC!: Ken Shepherd


The Strong Horse: Mark Steyn
The Fate of a Disarmed Population: GayPatriot
British Muslim: ‘We Can Have Slavegirls in the Caliphate’: RightPlanet

Bill Clinton Gets Caught On Camera Trashing Netanyahu At Harkin Steak Fry: Lid
Hey Progressives, ISIS Has Saddam's 'Non-Existent' WMDs: Declan Finn
‘Islamophobia’ strikes again – national students’ union refuses to condemn Isis: Douglas Murray

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Lessons Lost: Project Ebola 1983: Backwoods Engineer
When Should Technical Founders Become CEO?: Mark Suster
Russian Hackers Made $2.5B Over The Last 12 Months: Sara Peters, Dark Reading


Nine Ebola tweets that the CDC probably wishes it could take back: Twitchy
What Else Are They Lying To Us About?: MOTUS
You Had Only One Job!: Elephant

Image: Chain reaction: Concern about Ebola nurse’s flight prompts school closings in two states
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QOTD: "At the moment, more than 13,000 West Africans have travel visas to come to the U.S. Having just seen an Ebola-infected Liberian get $500,000 worth of free medical treatment in the U.S., the first thing any African who might have Ebola should do is get himself to America.

Of all the reasons people have for coming here -- welfare, drug-dealing, Medicare scams -- "I have Ebola and I'm going to die, otherwise" is surely one of the strongest. The entire continent of Africa now knows that this is a country that will happily spend half a million dollars on treating someone who just arrived -- and then berate itself for not doing enough.

Thomas Eric Duncan's family may be upset with his treatment, but they have to admit, the price was right. Medical bill: $0.00. Your next statement will arrive in 30 days. " --Ann Coulter

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