President Obama issued an executive order on October 16 authorizing the secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security to call up reserve units to active duty to provide support for civilian-led humanitarian assistance operations fighting the Ebola virus in West Africa.

In addition to having essentially no medical qualifications for the newly invented “Ebola czar" post aside from serving as a lobbyist for a pharmaceutical firm, attorney and political operative Ron Klain is under fire after a video surfaced of him declaring that “growing population” — particularly in Africa — was the “top leadership challenge” for the world today.

Citing the threat of Ebola spreading further domestically, the largest labor union for registered nurses in the United States called on Obama to “invoke his executive authority” to commandeer hospitals and essentially declare himself to be medical dictator.

The federal government has known for five decades that blacks were even more susceptible than whites to serious damage from fluoride added to water supplies, but it urged local governments to fluoridate the population anyway, according to newly released documents.

An appeal of the ruling in Sissel v. US Department of Health and Human Services, has opened another opportunity for the Supreme Court to do the right thing with ObamaCare: rule it unconstitutional. 

The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC), an organization with more than one million members, has grown as a conservative alternative to the liberal American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), espousing conservative views such as opposition to the Affordable Care Act.

Three years after a nuclear power plant accident, the Japanese suffer a thyroid cancer scare manufactured by major media.

Are Barack Obama and other open-border advocates playing Ebola roulette with American lives in the name of ideology?

In yet another example of Islam's influence in the West, a U.K. KFC refused to give a native Englishman a hand wipe because of the alcohol it contained.

ObamaCare has been struck yet another blow in court, as a federal judge in Oklahoma has ruled that its subsidies cannot go to residents of states that are not running their own insurance exchanges.

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