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This is how the race wars begin: Texas cop goes ballistic on black teens in bathing suits... prepare for the backlash

6/8/2015 - Most Texas peace officers are outstanding professionals as witnessed recently in Garland and Waco where local police officers protected innocent lives. But in this age of viral online videos, all it takes is one cop losing his cool and a kid with a video camera to paint all Texas police as racist badge...

Dallas voting to possibly end water fluoridation Wednesday

1/28/2015 - Wednesday, January 28, 2015, is a date that anti-fluoridation activists in Dallas, Texas -- and perhaps around the nation-- are eagerly awaiting. It's the date that City Hall officials are expected to decide whether or not fluoridation of the public water works will continue.(1) Sites...

Dallas hospital nurses threatened with being fired if they talked to the press about the horrifying lapses in Ebola containment

11/10/2014 - A nurse's union is claiming that healthcare workers who cared for Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian national who became the first Ebola patient on U.S. soil, were told by hospital administrators to keep quiet about treatment conditions at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital or they would be fired. As...

Dallas hospital apologizes for Ebola mistakes in full-page newspaper ad

10/24/2014 - Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas says it is "deeply sorry" for how its staff bungled the handling of Ebola, which left one patient dead and at least two nurses infected with the virus. In a recent full-page letter published in the local newspaper, the hospital's CEO apologized for the facility's...

CDC now monitoring 125 potential Ebola cases in Dallas

10/24/2014 - With a second confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas, Texas, besides "patient zero," health officials are now monitoring 118 people believed to have had either definite or possible exposure to Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Dallas hospital administrators ignored nurses' complaints about holes in protective gear while treating Ebola patients

10/22/2014 - One of the nurses who was present during the treatment of "patient zero" at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has come forward with allegations of serious administrative failures that put workers at risk. Briana Aguirre, who has worked at the hospital for three years, says she and other staff...

More Dallas hospital workers could have Ebola: CDC chief continues to blame 'breach in protocol,' insists 'any hospital' can handle virus

10/22/2014 - The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said that anyone who cared for Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital could be at risk of contracting the disease. The admission by Dr. Tom Frieden following news that...

Schools across US are being closed or abandoned amid Ebola fears

10/21/2014 - As predicted, fear about Ebola is quickly spreading as the virus fans across the nation. Two schools in Ohio were closed on Thursday after staff members reported possibly coming into contact with the second Dallas nurse who contracted it from Thomas Eric Duncan, and another school was disinfected just...

Reverse 911 calls alert Dallas residents: 'Your neighbor has Ebola'

10/19/2014 - Dallas health authorities are doing a poor job of alleviating fears over Ebola, as a sort of reverse 911 automated telephone call "alerted" hundreds of people in recent days with this chilling message: "Your neighbor has Ebola." The Huffington Post reported that every address within a four-block...

Thousands of Americans stranded aboard cruise ship with quarantined Dallas health worker exposed to Ebola

10/18/2014 - In breaking news, a lab technician who processed blood and other fluid samples from Thomas Eric Duncan, the first known Ebola victim to arrive unexpectedly on U.S. soil, is currently being quarantined on a Carnival cruise ship after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) contacted the...

Dallas County prepares for 'very real possibility' of more Ebola cases

10/17/2014 - With a third person in the Dallas area now infected with the Ebola virus, local officials say they are gearing up to handle more patients, as Texas Gov. Rick Perry contemplates declaring a local emergency. Such a declaration would free up state funds that could be used to help provide more equipment...

CDC Ebola protocol fails again as another Dallas hospital worker tests positive for deadly disease

10/17/2014 - The federal government is once again to blame for potentially exposing hundreds of additional Americans to Ebola. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told nurse Amber Jay Vinson, the second known case of Ebola in the U.S., that she could safely fly from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas,...

Second Dallas nurse infected with Ebola flew on plane with fever before reporting symptoms

10/16/2014 - A second nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus, as state and federal health officials grapple with containing the disease following serious missteps by the government's infectious disease agency. To make matters worse, The Washington Post reported,...

70 medical staff treated Thomas Duncan in Dallas; 21-day countdown now underway

10/15/2014 - Dozens of staff members from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas came into direct contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian national who became the first Ebola victim to die in the U.S. The Associated Press (AP) says roughly 70 healthcare workers from the hospital were involved in the care...

Ebola outbreak spreads in Dallas hospital as second nurse confirmed infected

10/15/2014 - An Ebola virus which government authorities have repeatedly assured us all would never come to America in the first place is now spreading uncontrolled through medical staff members of the Dallas hospital where "patient zero" Thomas Duncan was being treated. "A second Dallas hospital worker who provided...

CDC makes no effort to isolate or help Dallas man who was exposed to Ebola patient

10/14/2014 - A Dallas man potentially exposed to Ebola has revealed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not clarified whether he is allowed to go outdoors. "The CDC came on Tuesday, the day it was confirmed Thomas had Ebola," 43-year-old Aaron Yah, a friend of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan,...

Ebola spreads in Dallas hospital as health worker contracts deadly virus; CDC blames victim

10/12/2014 - A health worker who cared for Ebola "patient zero" Thomas Duncan at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is now confirmed to have been infected with Ebola. The worker, whose name has not yet been released, "had been wearing protective gear during treatment of the patient" reports Reuters. [1] As...

Dallas hospital admits they lied: Doctors knew Ebola patient came from Liberia after all

10/7/2014 - With a death toll now exceeding 3,400 in Africa, Ebola now poses a threat to entire countries and medical systems. Still, there are no travel restrictions on West Africans coming into the US. By now, shouldn't Ebola be taken a little more seriously, especially since it can potentially go airborne? When...

Homeless man who caused Ebola panic in Dallas now captured and quarantined

10/6/2014 12:22:20 PM - Here at Natural News, we have often sounded the alarm against what we perceive to be unconstitutional overreaches of power, especially when those overreaches occur during an emergency. The U.S. government, the Constitution notwithstanding, is no different from any other in the history of man or that...

Apartment where Dallas Ebola patient stayed left contaminated as cleaning company stalled by permit issues

10/4/2014 - With an Ebola pandemic only steps away from unleashing hell in America, its government red tape that's keeping a hazardous waste cleanup crew from disinfecting Thomas Eric Duncan's Dallas apartment. Forced to abide by permit rules, the hazardous waste cleanup crew is waiting to remove sheets, clothes...

Dallas Ebola patient was originally sent home from hospital with useless antibiotics, feeding superbug epidemic

10/4/2014 - When "patient zero" first showed up at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas with what have now been determined to be some of the early symptoms of Ebola, he was reportedly turned away by hospital staff, who handed him a regimen of antibiotics and told him to basically just go home and sleep it off. Besides...

Alarming photos show Ebola vomit cleanup crew in Dallas wearing NO protective gear whatsoever

10/3/2014 - Photos published at Top Right News appear to depict the Ebola vomit cleanup effort taking place outside the apartment home of "patient zero" Thomas Eric Duncan. The media has widely reported on Duncan's vomiting on the sidewalk outside his home immediately before he was taken to a Dallas hospital...

Dallas Ebola patient came into contact with at least five children before being admitted to hospital

10/3/2014 - At least five school-age children from four Dallas Independent School District schools may have come into direct contact with "patient zero," Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan from Liberia, according to new reports. All of the students had been attending school regularly until they were withdrawn earlier...

Texas Ebola family ordered into 21-day lockdown isolation or face arrest; told to give blood on command

10/2/2014 - For the last few weeks, every time I've warned readers about the coming forced quarantines, isolation orders and government-mandated medical procedures that would be directed at American citizens, I was told that such claims were completely false and would never happen in America. I guess Dallas...

The panic begins: Parents pulling children out of school in Dallas where Ebola 'patient zero' was just discovered

10/2/2014 - The Dallas Star-Telegram is now reporting what might be the greatest fear of any parent with a child in public school: At a news conference at noon Wednesday, Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles said students attending four different Dallas Independent School District schools...

Ebola now in America; Dallas patient confirmed to have carried deadly virus into major U.S. city

10/1/2014 - The CDC today confirmed the worst fears of many Americans who have been carefully monitoring the Ebola outbreak: the virus is now in America. A yet-unnamed patient in the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital is definitely confirmed to have carried Ebola into the United States and to have possibly spread...

Suspected Ebola patient now in isolation at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital

9/30/2014 - A patient suspected of harboring Ebola is now in isolation at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. According to breaking news reports, the patient is suspected of carrying Ebola because of his medical symptoms and travel history. This means the patient recently visited areas where Ebola...

Dallas residents describe immigrant influx as 'deliberate invasion' of America

7/29/2014 11:50:42 AM - As President Obama continues to allow the U.S. southwest border to remain virtually open to any and all comers, and as he reportedly contemplates granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens already in the country -- contravening federal law -- Americans are increasingly feeling like they are under...

Dallas considers ending 50 years of water fluoridation

5/1/2014 - Dallas, the ninth-largest city in the country, is teetering on a huge victory for public health pending four more City Council members agreeing to end water fluoridation. So far, three council members, including Sheffie Kadane, Scott Griggs and Jennifer Staubach Gates, have stood up to the practice,...

1,000 CFL light bulbs with mercury crushed, dumped on Dallas playground

10/11/2013 - The chickens are coming home to roost for the fluorescent and compact fluorescent (CFL) light bulb industries as the toxic consequences of the mercury contained in these bulbs increasingly rears its ugly head all across the American landscape. This time, the mercury-laden residue of thousands of crushed...

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