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The Patriots News Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:17:41 GMT  

The National Popular Vote Fallacy
In 2000, out of a total popular vote of 101,455,900, the Gore-Lieberman ticket won a narrow majority, 50,999,900 votes (50.26%) to 50,456,000 (49.74%) for Bush-Cheney.

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What You Need to Know About Ebola

The current outbreak of Ebola virus in Dallas has people all over the United States panicked about the possibility of Ebola coming to their hometown. 

Apparently, the person who contracted Ebola did so while in Liberia, then traveled to the United States without symptoms. According to Centers for Disease Control Director Thomas Frieden, four or five days afterward, the patient became symptomatic and went to Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. The Ebola patient is “critically ill at this point,” Friedan told CBS. Most troubling, the patient went to the emergency room on Thursday but was sent back home with an antibiotic, then had to call an ambulance on Sunday. In the interim, the symptomatic patient could have passed along the disease.

Here’s what you need to know about Ebola: what it looks like, how it is transmitted, and what the chances are that you will be confronted with it.

Symptoms. According to the CDC, symptoms look a lot like the flu – a particularly troublesome problem given that we are now entering flu season. The CDC lists the following symptoms, which generally appear within 8 to 10 days after exposure to Ebola:

  • Fever of above 101.5°F;
  • Severe headache;
  • Muscle pain;
  • Weakness;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Abdominal pain;
  • Unexplained hemorrhage (bleeding or bruising).

Treatment. If you come down with these symptoms, go to a hospital immediately. There is no antibiotic treatment or vaccine for Ebola virus; essentially, your immune system is the only defense against Ebola virus. Once you are placed in isolation, you will likely be given intravenous fluids to ensure that you do not become dehydrated; secondary infections could be treated with antibiotics.

Transmission. The only way to contract Ebola is to come into direct contact with blood or bodily fluids – generally, stool, vomit, semen, or urine. The CDC warns that saliva or sweat or mucus could also transmit Ebola, but the risk of such transmission is slighter than transmission via direct contact with other bodily fluids. Use of infected needles could also transmit Ebola virus. In the United States, the threat of contracting Ebola from animals is minimal. Those most at risk are hospital workers, particularly if they are not wearing hand covering, eye covering, or masks. Once someone has been infected with Ebola, they can transmit the virus for up to three months.

Will You Confront Ebola? The chances of you seeing Ebola breakouts on the streets of your cities are extraordinarily low. Frieden has said, “We do not anticipate this will spread in the US if an infected person is hospitalized here.” Alerts have gone out to hospitals across the country regarding treatment of those suspected of having contracted Ebola. American hospitals are trained to deal with Ebola, and American medical workers routinely wear gear designed to protect them from transmission of diseases – and Ebola is harder to transmit than other commonly-transmitted serious diseases in the United States, such as tuberculosis.

As I’ve pointed out in this space, the conditions leading to an Ebola outbreak in Africa are significantly different than the conditions in the United States. With that said, the situation in Dallas should put us all on guard regarding Ebola and the necessity for isolation – if hospitals send home those with Ebola, an outbreak becomes a far more real possibility.

Ben Shapiro is Senior Editor-At-Large of Breitbart News and author of the new book, The People vs. Barack Obama: The Criminal Case Against The Obama Administration (Threshold Editions, June 10, 2014). He is also Editor-in-Chief of TruthRevolt.orgFollow Ben Shapiro on Twitter @benshapiro.








Rand in South Carolina: Obama Acting Like 'Third World Autocrat' Who Does 'Whatever the Hell He Wants'

COLUMBIA, South Carolina — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) heaped contempt on President Barack Obama’s executive overreach in a speech to University of South Carolina students here Tuesday morning, saying that Obama is behaving like a banana republic dictator.

Paul’s harshest criticism of Obama came when he criticized the administration for launching airstrikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) without congressional authorization for doing so.

"The president says that ‘if Congress won’t act, I must.’ That sounds like what you hear from a third world autocrat," Paul said. "That doesn’t sound like someone who believes in a Republic and rule of law. ‘If Congress won’t act, I will’? Congress is too messy for him. Democracy is too messy for him so he’s just going to do whatever the hell he wants."

The Kentucky Republican clarified that “I think we do have to do something now about ISIS,” and that the terrorist group is "potentially a threat to us — similar to the way Al Qaeda was in 1998 or so. I think we should do something, but the president is going about it the wrong way."

Paul continued on Obama's aggressive use of unilateral authority. 

"That worries me and it should worry all of us. And it hasn’t been just with war powers. It’s been with immigration, it’s been with healthcare-he’s acted outside the law and we have basically a constitutional confrontation now between an overbearing and arrogant executive who doesn’t believe in the law and a Congress that hasn’t really stepped up to enforce the law," Paul said. 

In the speech and in an interview with Breitbart News afterwards, Paul referred to “my candidacy” in comparison with other potential 2016 presidential candidates, suggesting that a White House bid, while not official, is likely. 

Paul said Americans have a choice to make moving forward into the midterm elections and the next presidential election—in which he is likely to run for the GOP nomination.

“As we look at all of these issues and as you look at your future as we move forward, you’ll have to make a decision in life,” Paul said. “Go one direction or another—not specifically one party or the other, but what you have to decide is whether you want to go towards more freedom for the individual or more power for the state.”

Paul focused much of his speech directly at issues the young people—about 100 or so University of South Carolina students—there to see him speak in the early presidential state a few weeks out from the midterm elections, talking about student loans and technology privacy concerns.

“I think young people are interested and intrigued and want to hear about the right to privacy,” Paul said in an interview afterwards, joking that he’s impressed that so many college students were awake and present at the event before 11 a.m. “Young people’s lives revolve around their cell phone, they don’t have a lot of money, they don’t have a lot of assets. They don’t care so much about taxes or regulations but they do care about the privacy on their cell phones and they don’t understand why the government would collect their records without probable cause. I think that does bring out a lot of young people.”

On student loans, Paul pitched a plan to help college kids and their families that doesn’t involve loan forgiveness—just restructuring the tax code to help families better deduct expenses from student loans to make it easier to pay them off.

“You have some on the left who says that’s just unfair so let’s just change your contracts, let’s change the past, and give people what they want,” Paul said. “This is typically what you hear from progressives—it’s not their money so they don’t care about taking somebody else’s money. But here I think there is a way we could help students with their student loans. Currently your interest rates—the interest you pay on a certain loan—is capped. You’re not allowed to deduct if you get paid above a certain level, or if your parents make above a certain level they’re not allowed to deduct. I have a bill that would remove those limits so that every parent in America can deduct the interest from their kids’ student loans, or you can deduct it as well. I also have a bill that would raise the tax credit—there’s currently a $2,000 tax credit but you lose it if your parents make above a certain amount or if you make above a certain amount. We remove that limit and we also let you deduct the entire amount.”

Paul said there’s a “danger” with the government “overturning contracts” because contracts are “the stability and that’s the fabric of what your society is build upon,” adding that the left’s plans could set America on a slippery slope to undermine the rule of law setting the U.S. back as a first world country.

“People talk about why are we a first world country versus a third world country—it’s the rule of law,” Paul said. “Much of the capital formation in our country comes from when you have secure title of your house. If you don’t have secure title of your house then bank loans aren’t the law if the government can come in and change them after the fact. That’s the definition of arbitrary government and that’s what makes third world countries such a disaster is that nobody wants to invest if your contracts aren’t secure.”

Paul also later on brought up the national debt, and mentioned it again during questioning saying he agrees with Admiral Mike Mullen who said the national debt is America’s biggest security risk.

At the event, Paul communications director Sergio Gor told Breitbart News three leftwing trackers-political operatives who wield video cameras to record statements to attack their political opponents-were present: one from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), another from pro-Hillary Clinton operative David Brock-run group American Bridge and another from a local leftwing group.

“I think the left believes that they can beat any of the cookie-cutter Republican candidates,” Paul said when asked by Breitbart News in the interview backstage afterwards why he thinks the left is targeting him so much more than other potential 2016 GOP candidates. “I think they fear me because I am outside the mold and I will attract Democrats and Independents and that I can create new constituencies that would allow the Republican Party to win again. I think the Democrats are more concerns about my candidacy than about some of the others.”

When asked about the beheading of an Oklahoma woman by a radical Islamist, Paul said the government needs to treat this as an act of terror not “workplace violence.”

“What went on in Oklahoma is and has and should be related to our approach towards terrorism and towards radical Islam,” Paul told Breitbart News. “If we want to prevent things like this from happening, we need to know who’s radicalized and where and who’s involved with this. When people are preaching violence they need to be investigated.”

Paul added that he thinks the federal government is currently “downplaying” what happened there and that’s a “real disservice” to the fight against radical Islam.

“I think they need to do more and I think by downplaying it they’re doing a real disservice to the real battle we have with certain elements of radical Islam,” Paul said. “So to try to call this workplace violence is I think a misnomer and inappropriate and it’s a way of trying to lessen something that is important. There is radical Islam both here and abroad.”

During the question-and-answer session after his remarks with the University of South Carolina students, Paul mentioned his trademark issue: Audit the Fed, and how he’s fighting for that still every day in Congress. A bill just recently passed the House of Representatives with widespread bipartisan support—scores of Democrats crossed the aisle to support it—but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has blocked all votes on Paul’s proposals.

“I’ve been actually talking to him [Reid] both publicly and privately trying to get a vote on audit the fed for several years now,” Paul told Breitbart News. “I at times thought I was very close and that he was going to let me have a vote, and I still think there’s some chance that in a lame duck session he might let me have a vote. But I haven’t always been able to predict Sen. Reid’s behavior or decision-making process. I thought I was also close on getting a vote on the repatriation, lowering the tax to let money come home and in the end he didn’t act on that. So we’ll see. But I’m going to keep pushing for a vote on audit the fed, and this is the second time I think it’s passed the House and it passed with what 350 votes? There’s overwhelming bipartisan support for it.”









NRSC Slams Hagan for Changing Position on Bill Clinton with the Political Winds

The National Republican Senatorial Committee is calling Sen. Kay Hagan (R-NC) out for using former President Bill Clinton to fundraise after taking great strides to distance herself from the then-President in 1998.

“Kay Hagan's flip-flop on Bill Clinton's treatment of women is part of a disturbing pattern of changing positions on important issues like balancing the budget, veterans, and health care, because of political opportunity," NRSC Press Secretary Brook Hougesen said in a statement Tuesday. 

Hagan is locked in a tight race against Republican challenger Thom Tillis; however, in recent days, most polls have Hagan with a slight lead.

According to the NRSC’s “Really Rapid Response” in September of 1998, Hagan, then a candidate for state senate, requested that a Greensboro News & Record reporter “do something” about a picture of her with a portrait of Clinton. 

“Hagan said she was worried about the impression her proximity to the Clinton portrait might leave on voters. ‘I'm saying publishing this picture would imply that I stand by or condone the president's conduct and that would be a misrepresentation of my position,’ she said,” the NRSC quoted the Greensboro News & Record article from September 13, 1998, titled “Democrats Seeking Distance from Affair; State Senate Candidate Kay Hagan and Other Democrats Do Damage Control On President Clinton’s – and their Party’s – Political Problems.”

As many will remember, 1998 was the year Clinton was embroiled in his infamous sex scandal with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky. 

Tuesday, however, Clinton is scheduled to headline a fundraiser in Chapel Hill for Hagan.  

"It is clear that Kay Hagan is willing to say and do anything in order to get reelected. The moment you know someone has been in Washington for too long is when they no longer stand for the principles and values they once espoused—exactly like Kay Hagan,” Hougesen added. 









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Paging Eric ‘vote fraud doesn’t exist’ Holder

**Written by Doug Powers

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The day after he resigned, outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder said this to the CBC:

“My colleagues and I are acting aggressively to ensure that every American… can exercise his or her right to participate in the democratic process, unencumbered by unnecessary restrictions that discourage and discriminate or that disenfranchise in the name of a problem that doesn’t exist,” Holder said.

According to Eric Holder, you are not reading this:

State Rep. Christina “Tita” Ayala, D-Bridgeport, was arrested Friday on 19 voting fraud charges.

Ayala, 31, is accused of voting in local and state elections in districts she did not live, the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office said in a press release.

The arrest warrant affidavit also alleges Ayala provided fabricated evidence to state Election Enforcement Commission investigators that showed she lived at an address in a district where she voted while actually living outside the district, according to the release.

It’s possible the Justice Department will see to it that a case against Ayala isn’t pursued. How can you prosecute somebody for doing something that doesn’t exist?

Holder wants you to know this never happened either.

**Written by Doug Powers

Twitter @ThePowersThatBe

Couldn't have happened because it's not real
New scare tactic highlights gravity of the ‘climate crisis’

**Written by Doug Powers

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Our oil-burning, bovine flatulence-induced plunge toward the sun begins:

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I’m not sure “we need to do something about climate change or we’ll all weigh a little less” will be an effective scare tactic, but we’ll see:

Gravity — yes, gravity — is the latest victim of climate change in Antarctica. That’s the stunning conclusion announced Friday by the European Space Agency.

“The loss of ice from West Antarctica between 2009 and 2012 caused a dip in the gravity field over the region,” writes the ESA, whose GOCE satellite measured the change. Apparently, melting billions of tons of ice year after year has implications that would make even Isaac Newton blanch.
[...]
The biggest implication is the new measurements confirm global warming is changing the Antarctic in fundamental ways. Earlier this year, a separate team of scientists announced that major West Antarctic glaciers have begun an “unstoppable” “collapse,” committing global sea levels to a rise of several meters over the next few hundred years.

Maybe the next Antarctic expedition studying the dramatic ice loss can report the latest findings after they’re inevitably rescued from being trapped in the ice that isn’t there anymore.

Hopefully this will help bring gravity back to normal:

There are other theories though that are precisely the opposite:

**Written by Doug Powers

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Don't let go of Al Gore!
State Dept’s Marie Harf: Hey, the spread of ISIS surprised even ISIS

**Written by Doug Powers

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“Pretend inferiority and encourage his arrogance — unless your own arrogance is greater, then never mind.”
- Sun Tzu’s lesser-known brother Sam Tzu.

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As the rest of the hapless world continues to fail to live up to Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 campaign promises, the president has said that the intelligence community misjudged the ISIS threat, which of course forced Obama to dismiss the terrorist organization as a JV team.

The State Department’s Marie Harf said today that the spread of ISIS caught everybody by surprise… even ISIS.

Video via Noah Rothman at Hot Air, partial transcript via me:

Blitzer: I guess what the president said on 60 Minutes that the intelligence community basically got it wrong. The intelligence community, at least elements there, they’re coming back and saying for at least a year they were warning that ISIS was on the move, getting stronger, gaining territory. They don’t think they necessarily got it wrong.

Harf: What the president said was for a long time we’ve known about the serious threat from ISIL. But I think everyone — us, the Iraqis, even ISIL itself probably — was surprised by how quickly earlier this summer they were really able to take territory in Iraq. They moved more quickly than anyone could have imagined.

The Three Stooges called, and they want their foreign policy back.

Moral of the story: ISIS really needs to work on their intelligence gathering capabilities so they understand their limitations and stop making the current administration look so JV.

**Written by Doug Powers

Twitter @ThePowersThatBe

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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 »

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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 them.

We are five weeks from the election and the Republicans’ message? Crickets.

They have not campaigned on securing the border because they do not want to secure the border.

The sure as heck are not campaigning against Obamacare. The program continues to poll negatively. Voters continue to hate it. Voters continue to see negative impact from it in their lives, from both the cost to their jobs. Obamacare continues to strangle the economy.

And the Republicans not only just voted to keep funding it, but have consciously decided to not even campaign against it. In fact, a number of Republican lobbyists are now making money engaged in lobbying related to Obamacare.

If the GOP does not want to campaign against a law that continues to remain unpopular, and if the GOP wants to continue attacking its conservative base as whores while collaborating with K Street lobbyists, and if the GOP does not even want to secure our border with Mexico I have no idea why anyone would want to even vote for them as the alternative to Obama.

I bet the polls are reflecting that precisely. If the GOP won’t fight against Obamacare, why bother fighting for them.

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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.

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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.

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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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Here is the state of play:

Today’s ruling was in Pruitt v. Burwell, a case brought by Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt.

These cases saw two appellate-court rulings on the same day, July 22. In Halbig v. Burwella three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ordered the administration to stop. (The full D.C. Circuit has agreed to review the case en banc on December 17, a move that automatically vacates the panel ruling. In King v. Burwell, the Fourth Circuit implausibly gave the IRS the thumbs-up. (The plaintiffs have appealed that ruling to the Supreme Court.) A fourth case, Indiana v. IRS, brought by Indiana attorney general Greg Zoeller, goes to oral arguments in federal district court on October 9.

Today, federal judge Ronald A. White issued a ruling in Pruitt that sided with Halbig against King, and eviscerated the arguments made by the (more senior) judges who sided with the government in those cases.

…and, as a refresher: the question here is whether the IRS has statutory authority to set up Obamacare subsidies in states that did not set up a state exchange, given that the actual law in question only authorizes subsidies for states that did set up their own exchange. The Left likes to pretend that the failure of that option to appear in the law is in no way a stick with which to beat recalcitrant states; they largely get away with it because their base both doesn’t have a clue about how often the government goes to that particular well (go look up sometime what sins have been committed in the name of ‘keeping state access to federal highway funds’), and because, frankly, the Democrats’ progressive base refuses to read.  Or watch things.

It’s assumed that the en banc review mentioned above is going to end up reversing Halbig; but Pruitt is now going to go up the judicial food chain in the 10th Circuit, and 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.  Getting the Supreme Court to just settle this would be marvelous, thanks.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

PS: By all accounts, the judge in this case ripped into the people – and judges! – screaming about what this decision will do to Barack Obama’s policy objectives.  As opposed to whether something was lawful or not.

PPS: Do note that if federal subsidies for Obamacare do go away for states lacking their own exchanges, then there will be an immediate and sustained push to browbeat those states into getting them.  The demagogy will be epic.  Whether or not it will be compensated for by the IRS promptly going out and demanding retroactive back taxes (with interest!) from millions of sudden tax delinquents is an issue for another post.

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Someone Claiming to be From the CDC Called Me About the Ebola Patient in Dallas

As you guys know, I have a radio show on the largest talk station in the country, WSB Atlanta. The CDC is based in Atlanta. This evening, during break, an individual called the program claiming to work for the CDC and to have knowledge of the patient in Dallas, TX. The source gave me information to lead me to establish credibility: name, occupation, background, etc. | Read More »

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As you guys know, I have a radio show on the largest talk station in the country, WSB Atlanta. The CDC is based in Atlanta.

This evening, during break, an individual called the program claiming to work for the CDC and to have knowledge of the patient in Dallas, TX.

The source gave me information to lead me to establish credibility: name, occupation, background, etc. The source also gave me dates and travel information about the patient.

What makes the source seem legitimate is that the source provided accurate information including the patient’s arrival in the U.S. on September 20th and that the patient had come from a funeral in Liberia. The source provided all that information before those details had hit the wires and before the press conference.

The name of the source matches an individual at the CDC who would have this information.

You know as much about the source as I do, other than who the source purports to be.

Again, the source gave me information off the air and before it was publicly released that turned out to be accurate.

The source also gave me information that adds to the narrative. Taking my description of the source as presented, here are other details the source gave me.

The patient traveled from Liberia to the United States via Brussels and Dulles, VA, on to Dallas, TX.

The patient did not have symptoms when he arrived. But, and this is key and what did not come out at the press conference, the source tells me the patient actually did go to the hospital with symptoms on September 24, 2014. In fact, I assumed I was confused because the press conference said the 26th. I assumed I misheard the source. So I texted the source who called me back and, purported reading from the file, read that the patient arrived in Dallas, TX on the 20th of September, appeared in the emergency room with symptoms on September 24th. The patient was discharged with antibiotics and returned again days later with watery diarrhea and other symptoms, tested for both malaria and Ebola, and put in isolation on the 28th.

You know all I can tell you about the source. Perhaps the source is not legit, is pulling a prank, and was just lucky. But when the source called me back to confirm the dates, the source is insistent the patient first went to the emergency room on the 24th, the patient was discharged, and four days later on the 28th returned and was admitted and put in isolation.

Now, assume the source is just making it all up and is not legitimate. A few questions are still in the air:

From September 26th to 28th, where was the patient, if the timeline presented in the press conference was true.

From September 20th to September 24th or 26th, where was the patient?

There are a lot of unknown answers and the CDC will, I hope, err on the side of giving us vastly more information than we need instead of less.

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