Don’t Panic: Sensationalized Ebola Coverage is Misleading
EBOLA IN AMERICA is what the headlines are screaming. But it’s not… entirely the case. You see, most media coverage is wanting you to think one thing happened, when actually something else entirely happened.
The press is trying to mislead you to make you afraid, because fear sells. I don’t like press bias even when it’s apolitical, so I’m taking a stand against the fear mongering, right here.
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UPDATE ON THE EBOLA STORY: It Was the 24th
Thanks to Tammy Bruce for sending this along to me: Hi @EWErickson, on NBC Frieden of CDC just confirmed core of ur source story: Ebola man was sent away from ER 4 days before admission — Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) October 1, 2014 This then goes directly to what my source said yesterday. The Ebola patient in Dallas did show up at the ER for the | Read More »
Hong Kong Explodes with Protests Over Beijing’s Expanded Rule
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Dean Cheng to discuss the growing protests in Hong Kong, why Beijing is getting increasingly nervous about the demonstrations and what this means for the future of Hong Kong.
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Twenty to Forty Something Year Old Childless White Men & the Death of America
Overnight at my personal site, I posted this piece on common core and my third grader. I followed it up with a post at RedState. I am again noticing a pattern that I noticed when I first started writing and talking about Common Core. “This has gotten to the point of saying communism is great, it just hasn’t been honestly implemented yet.” To be sure, | Read More »
This is What Common Core Looks Like
The picture above is from my third grade daughter’s math book. This is the only page that explains that method for subtraction. There are, for the record, four ways to subtract that my third grader must learn. “The only champions of common core I know are paid to like it and most of them have no kids.” This is the only page explaining that method. | Read More »
NC Senator Kay Hagan no longer embarrassed by Bill Clinton
What a difference flopsweat makes. Democrat Senator Kay Hagan is feeling the heat and has enlisted aging horndog and former president Bill Clinton in an effort to stave off defeat: Former President Bill Clinton is coming to North Carolina to help raise money for U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s re-election campaign. Clinton was slated to be in Chapel Hill on Tuesday to headline a fundraising luncheon | Read More »
Five Weeks and No Coherence
Have you noticed the Republicans have given up a concentrated effort against Obamacare? They have. It is barely on the radar. More and more stories come out every day about how close races are across the country. More and more stories come out about tightening polls. More and more races the GOP must win to take back the Senate seem to be slipping away from | Read More »
Ebola Comes to the United States
With the CDC in Atlanta, of course I spent my whole show talking about the Ebola outbreak. You can listen to the show here: And go sign up for the show notes email.
Pruitt v. Burwell gets decided against government, starting up the #Obamacare subsidy rodeo again.
At some point the Supreme Court is going to jump into this one. There’s just been too much disagreement over this, and the Democrats have simply been too nakedly partisan in the process.
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