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Given that the Democrats are in total disarray heading into November, it’s not surprising liberal groups are making all sorts of dire warning about how it will rain brimstone when the GOP takes control of the Senate. However, this item from MoveOn.org really takes the cake: If they seize control of the Senate this November, Republicans will use a little-known tool called “reconciliation” to get their way. Robert Reich explains in this new video from… Continue reading
President Obama discussed the election and how “all” the Democrats running away from him “have supported my agenda” in an interview with Al Sharpton earlier today: “Well, look, here’s the bottom line,” said Obama, “We’ve got a tough map. A lot of the states that are contested this time are states that I didn’t win. And so some of the candidates there, you know, it is difficult for them to have me in the state… Continue reading
ENLARGE A stigma of being from West Africa has become a new burden for Liberians in the U.S., who also are mourning loved ones and sending money to relatives who can’t work because of the Ebola epidemic. Community leaders in enclaves from New York to Minnesota said some children are taunted at school, and workers have been asked to go home after sneezing or coughing, even though they haven’t traveled recently to an Ebola-affected country.… Continue reading
A new poll of the New Hampshire Senate race from Suffolk University finds Republican challenger Scott Brown within three points of Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen. According to the poll of likely voters, Shaheen has 49 percent support to Brown’s 46 percent support. Shaheen’s job approval/disapproval rating is an even split at 46 percent. Brown’s favorable and unfavorbale ratings are 39 percent and 48 percent, respectively.The poll shows a big bump in support for Brown, who… Continue reading
Hospitals seeking guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on clothing and equipment to use to protect health care workers dealing with known or suspected Ebola patients may have to wait another day for official recommendations. As THE WEEKLY STANDARD noted this morning, hospitals are currently without guidance from the CDC on this issue after the old guidelines were deleted from the CDC website and replaced with a message that “PPE [Personal Protective… Continue reading
Amid increasing calls for a travel or visa ban on those trying to enter the United States from West African nations ravaged by the Ebola virus, the federal government continues to be steadfastly opposed. But why? Officials continue to argue that the travel ban would make it more difficult to track potentially infectious people who somehow enter the U.S. anyway. On ABC’s This Week Sunday, host George Stephanopoulos asked Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director… Continue reading
President Obama does not want to be a Supreme Court justice. He calls it “too monastic” for his own personality. Besides, in an interview with the New Yorker, President Obama acknowledges that he needs to get out of the “bubble” after what will be eight years as president of the United States. “I love the law, intellectually,” the president tell the New Yorker, which says he sounds “tempted” at the idea of being on the… Continue reading
ENLARGE BETHESDA, Md.—The world had little interest in Ebola in 1997, which is why cell biologist Nancy J. Sullivan thought she might be able to make a mark. Today, if the scientific world is to have an answer to the world’s severest Ebola outbreak, Dr. Sullivan’s work is likely to be at its center. A senior investigator at the National Institutes of Health’s Vaccine Research Center, Dr. Sullivan has worked for years on a vaccine… Continue reading

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