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.
So-called “Certificate Of Need” laws in the healthcare sector prevent new competitors from entering the market and reward the current dominant players. It is a corrupt cartel system that prevents innovation and competition, denies consumers choices in healthcare, and guarantees ever-rising prices.
Without congressional or constitutional authorization, this week Obama announced a plan to send 3,000 U.S. troops to West Africa, supposedly to help African governments deal with the deadly Ebola virus by imposing what amounts to medical martial law.
Government-managed and -controlled healthcare is not the answer to our spiraling out-of-control medical costs. But if this is not the answer, what is?
The severe respiratory virus currently sweeping the Midwest might have been spread by illegal-alien minors. Not only that, it may just be the tip of the iceberg, with the federal government allowing other diseases — such as drug-resistant tuberculosis and even Ebola — to enter the United States.
As another U.S. missionary doctor serving in Liberia has come down with the Ebola virus, the head of the federal Centers for Disease Control declared that while the disease is “out of control” in West Africa, it poses no threat to the United States.
If one cannot contract Ebola, as the CDC claims, except through exchange of bodily fluids, then why were millions of dollars spent transporting Ebola patients Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol from Liberia to a U.S. hospital under extreme isolation procedures?