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North Korea reveals supposed cure for Ebola, MERS, AIDS, cancer and more

7/5/2015 - Officials from the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) are making headlines with extraordinary new claims about a wonder drug that can supposedly cure MERS, AIDS, Ebola, Sars and even cancer. It might sound like a hoax to the rest of the world, especially to Westerners who've come to believe that things...

Ebola lives on in eyeball of 'recovered' Ebola victim

5/15/2015 - Months after a man was treated for Ebola infection, remnants of the deadly disease have remained in one of his eyes, as noted by a change in eye color. Dr. Ian Crozier was diagnosed with the highly contagious disease in September 2014 as he worked to provide care to afflicted victims in Sierra Leone...

UN warns the world to be prepared for upcoming global Ebola outbreaks

5/9/2015 - Ongoing human encroachment into and disruption of wildlife habitats will only increase the rate at which diseases like Ebola emerge, warned the UN Secretary-General's special envoy on Ebola, Dr. David Nabarro, in an interview with The Independent. Nabarro said that "zoonotic diseases" like Ebola...

Jade Helm double take: Here are ten supposed "conspiracy theories" blasted by the media that turned out to be TRUE

5/8/2015 - All the talk about the Jade Helm military exercises targeting Texas as "hostile territory" has turned the mainstream media into its usual self: finger-wagging denialists who pretend nothing is ever a threat unless they say so first. Jade Helm is no threat to your safety, they insist, but a tiny measles...

Ebola virus remains in survivors' semen six months after recovery

5/4/2015 - Ebola could be sexually transmitted as much as six months or more after a patient has fully recovered from the disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have now warned based on recent findings. Until further notice, the agencies said, Ebola survivors should...

Big Pharma propagandists claim Ebola could cause 16,000 deaths... from measles

4/24/2015 - The official story regarding the Ebola outbreak has gone from hokey to downright ludicrous with new reports claiming that, if Ebola isn't eradicated from West Africa soon, 100,000 people will get sick and 16,000 people will die -- from measles! Yep, the measles scare campaign is now merging with...

U.S. government ships possible Ebola patients to hotels with no biohazard safeguards

4/18/2015 - Eleven people who may have been exposed to Ebola while working in West Africa have been brought back to the U.S., not to be admitted to high biosafety hospitals for careful monitoring but to be haphazardly housed in hotels and other unprotected places near these hospitals. Reports indicate that one...

Ebola-infected health worker being treated at NIH hospital now in "critical" condition

4/17/2015 - The health status of the 11th U.S. patient to be treated for Ebola has worsened from serious to critical condition, according to new reports. The unnamed patient, a health worker who was admitted to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, on March 13, had initially been admitted...

Media panics over measles cases, but gives government a pass for housing possible Ebola patients in hotels open to the public

4/10/2015 - In the U.S. today, you can't even attend public school unless you're fully vaccinated for a battery of mostly mild childhood conditions (or unless you use an appropriate vaccine exemption that is in danger of being eliminated). But the federal government now feels that it's no big deal to ship in possible...

CNN covers up government plan to put Ebola patients in U.S. hotels

4/9/2015 - The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has long since disappeared from the radars of the world's news media, with coverage falling off dramatically from its peak last year. That is especially true in the United States, but that coverage could soon change if a policy being pursued by the federal government's...

Ebola news blackout lifted as second wave of Ebola victims being shipped to America

4/8/2015 - A total of 18 people potentially exposed to the Ebola virus while working in Africa have been sent back to the United States for health monitoring, news media have reported. All or nearly all of the people exposed were working for the nonprofit Partners in Health, which has been working to help end...

This Chinese herbal medicine could be the cure for Ebola, scientists discover

4/4/2015 - In the search for a safe and effective treatment for the Ebola virus, researchers from Texas have discovered a novel compound found in a natural Chinese herb that they say works better than any experimental pharmaceutical or vaccine at blocking the virus from interacting with cells, thus preventing...

Ebola could be spread by victims even a week after death

3/10/2015 - Ebola can be contracted by people who come into contact with the body of someone who died from the disease up to a week before, according to a study conducted by researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health and published in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases in early February. The researchers...

Ebola nurse Nina Pham used as PR pawn, damaged by experimental medications

3/3/2015 - She became the face of the Ebola crisis during its publicity peak last fall. But nurse Nina Pham, the first known case of an individual contracting Ebola within the U.S., is now suing the parent corporation of her former employer, which she says violated her personal privacy and left her chronically...

Jonathan Emord joins Robert Scott Bell to discuss a pharmaceutical company that's defending its health claims

1/19/2015 - Jonathan Emord joins RSB to discuss how a large pharmaceutical company is attempting to defend itself over health claims of its product -- by using a defense that countless supplement companies have unfairly lost with! (Originally aired on October 12, 2014, on The Robert Scott Bell Show) Don LaFontaine:...

CDC discovers its own researchers were accidentally exposed to Ebola in the lab

1/7/2015 - Another major safety breach has occurred at a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) testing laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia. At least one technician working in a Biosafety Level 4 CDC facility -- Level 5 is the highest -- may have been exposed to the Ebola virus after specimens of the...

The most censored health news stories of 2014 - here's what the establishment doesn't want you to remember

12/29/2014 - 2014 was a year in which we watched the mainstream media devolve into a spot-on depiction of George Orwell's Ministry of Truth, engaging in White House-ordered news story blackouts, CDC-inspired anti-health propaganda that endangered the public and corporate-funded disinfo campaigns disguised as news. But...

A surprising Ebola treatment option: melatonin

12/26/2014 - A new report published in the Journal of Pineal Research states that an over-the-counter supplement might be one of our best defenses against the Ebola virus. Widely known as a remedy that encourages normal sleep-wake cycles, melatonin is readily available for purchase online or at local drug stores....

CDC is covering up 1,400 potential Ebola cases in US, acclaimed journalist reveals

12/23/2014 - A noted investigative journalist says the American people are still not being kept up to speed about the dangers of possible spread of Ebola in the country, and that the government's chief agency for handling such emergencies is the primary culprit. In a recent interview with Fox News' Media Buzz...

Male Ebola survivors told to abstain from sex for three months to avoid infecting partners

12/22/2014 - Officials with the United Nations' World Health Organization are warning that it is possible for the Ebola virus to remain in semen for up to three months after a patient recovers, and as such, male survivors of the dreaded disease should abstain from sex for at least that long. According to an UN...

Top Ebola doctor dies of same Ebola that CDC insists is 'hard to catch'

12/21/2014 - One of Sierra Leone's few remaining top health specialists has died after contracting the Ebola virus. Reports indicate that the experimental Ebola drug ZMab had been en route from Belgium to treat the man, known as Dr. Victor Willoughby, but it was already too late, as he had succumbed to the later...

Are government health authorities taking away your choice to refuse vaccines?

12/20/2014 - (Story by Brian Shilhavy, republished from HealthImpactNews.com) Are Americans' freedom to choose what is injected into their body at risk in the United States today? Is it possible that the day is not far off when if you refuse a mandated vaccine at your place of employment, or refuse a mandated vaccine...

Three natural ways to strengthen your immune system and help prevent Ebola infection

12/20/2014 - With the current Ebola crisis happening in Africa, many are worried that the virus may spread to other parts of the world. While we don't currently have a verified and effective cure for Ebola, the next best thing that we can do is hope for the best and prepare for the worst. This means strengthening...

Sierra Leone cancels Christmas as Ebola virus ravages country

12/18/2014 - The children of Sierra Leone have only a police state to look forward to this holiday season, with Agence France-Presse (AFP) recently announcing that Christmas is officially canceled in the Ebola-stricken West African nation. According to the AFP, state officials are prohibiting any public displays...

There's no evidence that sewage isn't teeming with Ebola virus, according to researchers disputing WHO's claims

12/16/2014 - Practically nothing coming out of the mouths of government health officials these days concerning the spread of Ebola virus is scientifically verifiable. And in a new study, researchers from two prominent universities in Pennsylvania challenge specific claims by the World Health Organization (WHO) that...

IV ozone Ebola cure documented by Dr. Rowen, then systematically suppressed by government

12/15/2014 - Mainstream media's attention in America to the Ebola crisis in West Africa has long since wandered off, but that doesn't make the crisis any less real for the people living there. As of December 7, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is tracking a total of 17,908 cases of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia...

Don't get the shot! US now protects Big Pharma from liability in Ebola vaccine deaths

12/13/2014 - The drug companies rushing to develop Ebola vaccines in the wake of this latest manufactured epidemic won't have to worry about getting sued when their jabs kill people. A study recently published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) explains that vaccine manufacturers will have full immunity in the...

Bureaucratic Ebola czar steps down from position, returns to private sector

12/13/2014 - President Obama's "Ebola czar" is stepping down from his position after a few short months on the job, a financial magazine reported recently. Fortune magazine said the 53-year-old Ron Klain, former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden, will return to the private sector by March 1, following...

US military converting transport planes to carry wave of infected Ebola victims to the United States

12/11/2014 - It seems in the age of Obama that the U.S. military is slowly making the transformation from the planet's most powerful fighting force to one giant charity provider. As most Americans know, the president has ordered thousands of U.S. troops to Ebola-plagued West Africa, a move that critics have said...

Evidence shows MIT had cure for Ebola back in 2011

12/6/2014 - A major breakthrough out of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) shows incredible promise as a cure for virtually every kind of viral infection known to man. But the mainstream media has chosen to stick with hype, fear and, more recently, the ominous threat of martial law when it comes to dealing...

US government to send states' National Guard forces to Ebola-stricken West Africa

12/6/2014 - Sending America's military men and women directly to the front lines in West Africa apparently isn't enough for the Ministry of Ebola Propaganda. The government reportedly also wants to take away our last line of defense here at home, the National Guard, and place them directly in harm's way on the...

CDC prepares for imminent Ebola wave with designation of 35 US hospitals as Ebola treatment centers

12/5/2014 - U.S. health officials may be preparing for a new wave of Ebola patients in the country after designating 35 American hospitals as treatment centers. In a press release, the Department of Health and Human Services said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that some state...

The Ebola outbreak: U.S. sponsored bioterror gone awry?

12/4/2014 - (Story by Prof Jason Kissner, republished from GlobalResearch.ca) We can now be extraordinarily confident that the U.S. government is lying, in key material respects, about the latest Ebola outbreak--and not just because it lies about nearly everything of political consequence. This article shows...

After claiming Ebola is "hard to catch," Obama Administration halts deportations of West Africans

12/4/2014 - It is being touted by the Obama Administration as some sort of humanitarian program, but critics see it for what it really is: just another way to flout U.S. immigration laws. In a stunning development, the Department of Homeland Security has announced that it is granting temporary protected status...

1,000 new Ebola deaths in just two days as censored pandemic spirals out of control

12/2/2014 - Though it is not in the headlines much these days, the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is worsening, with the number of infected people and the number of people killed by the disease being dramatically underreported. In fact, as noted by Britain's The Guardian newspaper, the number of people in West...

Ebola blood samples stolen in Guinea; this is how terrorists can easily acquire the bioweapon

11/26/2014 - One of the chief concerns about the Ebola virus is that, someday, it could be turned into a deadly bioweapon and used to kill tens of millions of people around the world. So far -- at least publicly -- no country has admitted to having successfully "weaponized" the virus, even though bioweapons have...

If Ebola remains in semen of infected men, why were male Ebola victims in US 'cleared' as virus-free?

11/26/2014 - An Indian man has been placed under mandatory quarantine in his home country after tests came back positive for the Ebola virus in his semen, according to new reports. The 26-year-old Indian national was hospitalized nearly two months ago in Liberia after contracting the disease and had since been thought...

Ebola cover-up: Guinea woman who 'dropped dead with blood pouring from her nose and mouth' in NYC declared Ebola-free

11/26/2014 - A woman who had traveled from the West African nation of Guinea just a few weeks ago suddenly dropped dead in New York City with, as witnesses testified, blood coming from her "face, nose [and] mouth," but health officials have quickly said that she has tested negative for the Ebola virus. According...

Ebola cases being hidden from public as government stockpiles survivors' blood before epidemic resurgence

11/25/2014 4:10:14 PM - Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, plans to begin stockpiling blood plasma from Ebola survivors, leading some observers to question whether the government is merely being prudent or is expecting a widening of the current outbreak inside the U.S. As reported by Wired, the plasma comes...

Ebola cure: WATER! Drinking a gallon of fluid daily recognized as key to survival

11/19/2014 - One of the primary lessons being learned from the Ebola crisis is that fancy meds and vaccines aren't needed to cure the disease. Simple water, it turns out, is one of the best treatments for the hemorrhagic illness, supplying the body with much-needed hydration that is quickly lost when the advanced...

20,000 California nurses go on strike over Ebola fears

11/19/2014 - Close to 20,000 California nurses walked off the job on Tuesday in protest of working conditions that they and their union say are inadequate for protecting against Ebola. Reuters reports that the two-day strike occurred at 86 hospitals and clinics operated by Kaiser Permanente, as well as two hospitals...

Ebola tests can show false negatives, doctors shocked to learn

11/18/2014 - Initially, when surgeon Martin Salia's Ebola test came back negative, he and his friends were elated. As noted by The Washington Post, they all sort of celebrated a bit, and relaxed, removing their protective gear and crying with him. But his symptoms would not go away, and when they lasted another...

As Ebola distracted the world, California's water supply dried up for thousands

11/17/2014 - In autumn 2014, Ebola consumed all major headlines and was a major focus of the federal government, the CDC and the NIH. President Obama sent thousands of troops to West Africa to set up infrastructure to fight the disease. While all this unfolded, as the troops scattered to a faraway land, California...

Bleach, hand sanitizer could cause Ebola to be transmitted through skin

11/14/2014 - The Ebola narrative has now come full circle with scientists from the Institute of Medicine (IoM) hinting that it might be possible for the hemorrhagic disease to transfer directly through the skin. Thomas Ksiarek from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) says viral skin penetration has not...

Number of Ebola-affected orphans in Liberia triples; patients mysteriously 'disappearing'; epidemic out of control in 80% of country

11/13/2014 - The worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa is creating scores of orphan children, many of whom are likely infected as well, even as large numbers of carriers are "disappearing" from official tallies. As reported by Britain's MailOnline, perhaps as many as 12,000 children have been orphaned by the...

Ebola has now spread to every district in Sierra Leone

11/12/2014 - No district has gone untouched in Sierra Leone, where Ebola has now been detected in every single area of the country. The last district where Ebola had yet to emerge, Koinadugu in the north, now has two known cases of the illness, despite aggressive efforts to keep it from entering the territory. In...

Commercial airplanes are rarely cleaned; food trays contaminated with fecal matter; airborne germs abound

11/12/2014 - It probably isn't much of a secret that commercial airplanes are teeming with germs. But a new report by the Daily Mail Online suggests that airplane cabins are likely far filthier than most people realize, as planes are rarely deep-cleaned, and their tray tables are often brimming with germs, including...

Nurses threaten to stage strikes to protest lack of protection while treating Ebola patients

11/12/2014 - It's about to get much harder to treat Ebola patients in the United States, if nurses nationwide are prepared to walk off their jobs because they feel that they aren't being adequately protected from contracting the virus. As reported by Reuters, a nurses union based in California announced October...

Has Ebola already mutated to evade detection?

11/11/2014 - Ebola news coverage has all but dried up in the mainstream media, and so has the stock of available viral samples for disease testing, say scientists. It is highly likely that Ebola has already mutated so much that it is no longer detectable using standard assessments, but without these samples there...

Ebola outbreak caused by Big Pharma greed, concludes UN

11/11/2014 - The true cause behind the current Ebola outbreak, and the reason why more than 13,500 people so far have contracted the disease in West Africa since last December, is that First World countries like the U.S. have done nothing to stop it. This is the claim made by the World Health Organization (WHO),...

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...

Poll says 71% want travelers from Ebola-infected countries to be quarantined

11/10/2014 - In a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, a strong majority of Americans feel that a 21-day quarantine should be imposed on all healthcare workers traveling home from Ebola-stricken countries. Seventy-one percent of those surveyed now believe in mandatory quarantines, even if the healthcare workers...

CDC stockpiling Ebola gear even as national press goes dark on Ebola news

11/10/2014 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is ramping up its acquisition of protective gear for U.S. hospitals that may have to handle Ebola patients, following a "sudden increase" in demand on its current national stockpile. The federal health agency said in a November 7 statement that it is...

Ebola modifies genes as it kills infected hosts

11/9/2014 - The mechanism by which Ebola and other filoviruses attack and kill their hosts has been identified as what we now know to be genetic modification, according to shocking new research published in the journal mBio. Upon entry, Ebola and the related Marburg viruses demonstrably "edit" their genetic material,...

Why is FEMA conducting a massive pandemic training exercise if there's no risk from Ebola?

11/8/2014 - As the Ebola outbreak rages on, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is entering the second year of a massive pandemic training exercise that has been taking place in New York City and northern New Jersey since last summer. Though the general sentiment is still that Ebola doesn't represent...

America's government and finances now running purely on perception, smoke and mirrors

11/7/2014 - The reason the national media was recently ordered by the White House to halt all reporting on Ebola is because controlling perception is now more important than dealing with reality. While legitimate measures to halt a viral pandemic are abandoned -- quarantines, border security and travel restrictions...

Pentagon funding vaccine to combat airborne Ebola

11/7/2014 - The Defense Department has awarded a pharmaceutical company a multi-million-dollar contract to develop a new Ebola vaccine aimed at combating an airborne version of the Ebola virus. According to a press release from the company, Profectus BioSciences, Inc., a "clinical-stage vaccine" firm "developing...

Copper surfaces could be crucial to stopping Ebola outbreak

11/7/2014 - Replacing more hospital surfaces with copper -- especially frequently touched ones such as doorknobs -- could play a crucial role in preventing the spread of Ebola in the United States and other wealthy countries, studies have shown. "Based on our research on viruses of similar genetic structure,...

Seen.is now live: Is this uncensored social media site the next big thing in online free speech?

11/7/2014 - You are now living in an era of extreme censorship of truthful news. All news outlets that engage in real journalism by asking skeptical questions about government, Ebola, national debt, vaccines, GMOs and other "sensitive" topics are systematically censored by all online news aggregators and social...

Ebola cover-up revealed! Pandemic news ordered shut down by feds as NYC Ebola watch list explodes to 357 people

11/6/2014 - Natural News readers were told this two weeks ago, but now it's official: the federal government has ordered the mainstream media to stop reporting on suspected Ebola cases. "At the urging of the Obama Administration, the Associated Press and other news outlets have agreed not to report on suspected...

Ebola accelerates in Sierra Leone with 900% higher transmission rate

11/6/2014 - Things have been relatively quiet on the Ebola front here in the U.S. this past week, with 11 days and counting (as of this writing) since the last confirmed case of the disease was announced. But the situation is hardly as rosy in Sierra Leone, where an Africa Governance Initiative (AGI) report says...

WHO: Big Pharma's greed for profits, not lack of funding, delaying Ebola treatment development

11/6/2014 - At the heart of the Ebola crisis -- in which nearly 5,000 people have already died in West Africa -- is one word that frequently appears in the media: funding. (1) Without enough funding, research and development regarding treatment plans don't come easy. Without enough funding, food and...

U.S. has no plan to stop Ebola from crossing southern border

11/6/2014 - More Americans are calling on the Obama administration to shut off travel to the U.S. from the three West African nations currently being ravaged by the Ebola virus, but a U.S. Border Patrol agent has essentially said that wouldn't be enough. A press release by the White House said government agencies...

Certain genes provide immunity to Ebola - could virus have been engineered to target people with specific genes?

11/5/2014 - New research shows that your genetic makeup could serve as a natural barrier to the deadly Ebola virus. According to a new study published just days ago in the journal Science, researchers who infected a group of specially bred mice with the virus "saw a range of reactions, from zero [symptoms] to...

Liberians in West Point slum desperately battle Ebola after government deserts them; residents dump contaminated bodies in river

11/5/2014 - Residents living in one of the worst Ebola-hit areas of Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia, have taken up the charge of containing the disease without the government's help. Reportedly feeling abandoned by their leaders, the people of West Point, Monrovia's largest slum, are now proactively using...

Workin' for Ebola - new parody song and music video launched by the Health Ranger

11/5/2014 - Continuing in the Natural News tradition of hilarious satire commentary on the insane world around us, I've just released a brand new song and music video entitled, "Workin' for Ebola." Click here for the music video and song lyrics. You'll also find a downloadable MP3 file. But I'm warnin' ya! This...

Spanish security chief warns that ISIS militants plan to spread Ebola to Western countries to kill civilians

11/4/2014 - In a stark reminder that the threat of bio-terrorism remains very real, Spanish intelligence officials say they have uncovered a plot by militants belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria to sort of "weaponize" the Ebola virus in an unorthodox, but scary, way. According to Britain's Daily...

See, it's not so hard: Stanford professor politely agrees to 21-day self-quarantine after returning from Ebola front lines

11/4/2014 - A California doctor has voluntarily agreed to self-quarantine himself after returning to the U.S. following a month-long trip to Liberia. Dr. Colin Bucks has yet to exhibit any symptoms of the deadly hemorrhagic disease, according to reports, but because he had previously been in direct contact with...

85% of U.S. hospitals have provided virtually no Ebola treatment training to nurses

11/4/2014 - Out of the 76 healthcare workers who crossed paths with deceased Ebola victim Thomas Duncan at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, two have come down with the disease. If the disease would have been properly identified the first time Duncan went to the hospital, more precautions could...

By the numbers: Why Ebola is a far greater epidemiological risk to Democrats than Republicans

11/3/2014 - Take note in the social media how quickly people will react to the title of this article without even reading it. What follows here is a thoughtful and well-formed epidemiological analysis of the most likely infection and transmission patterns of a level-4 pandemic virus. Ebola isn't swayed by words,...

Small clusters of Ebola would completely overwhelm US hospitals - AP investigation

11/3/2014 - An assessment of the state of American healthcare compiled by The Associated Press (AP) has revealed that the nation is ill-prepared to deal with a large-scale Ebola outbreak. Even if the disease emerged in just small, isolated clusters, the existing medical infrastructure would quickly crumble, claims...

WHO: Ebola death toll is greatly underestimated; actual number close to 15,000 deaths

11/3/2014 - The official Ebola death count during the current outbreak is reportedly hovering around 5,000, but the World Health Organization (WHO) says this number is likely far too low. Based on assessments of cases not reported, the United Nations arm says the actual number of Ebola deaths is likely three times...

Ebola outbreak caused by new strain never seen before; was it weaponized?

11/3/2014 - Noted infectious disease experts have said that the current strain of Ebola virus plaguing Africa and slowly spreading in the United States is potentially much more lethal than previous strains identified by virologists. As reported by Washington's Blog, Dr. Michael Osterholm, the head of the Center...

U.S. soldiers sent to West Africa now in isolation being monitored for Ebola in Italy

11/3/2014 - The Defense Department assured Americans that the U.S. military personnel that President Obama ordered to West Africa to build clinics for Ebola victims would be protected -- safe, even -- from the deadly virus. But, as has been the case from the outset, the administration's actions have rarely matched...

AP investigation: US hospitals nowhere near ready for Ebola

11/2/2014 - Should pockets of Ebola suddenly begin to break out across the U.S., hospitals and acute care facilities would be quickly overwhelmed and unable to handle the massive influx of patients and those who believe that they might have the disease. An Associated Press (AP) investigation found that, generally...

After months of denial, CDC quietly admits Ebola can spread through aerosolized droplets

11/2/2014 - Common sense is finally breaking through with regard to the spread of Ebola, despite conflicting information by our nation's public health agencies. After repeatedly denying that Ebola can in any way spread through the air, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now quietly admitted...

Learn the facts - Ebola carriers can be infectious without symptoms; symptoms merely increase transmissibility

11/2/2014 - Nearly everything that the government has been saying about how and when Ebola is transmissible is turning out to be false, as evidenced by yet another peg in the Ebola matrix of lies coming undone. Even if an Ebola carrier is not showing symptoms, admits the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

U.S. government secretly searches for technology to combat aerosolized Ebola

11/2/2014 - Is the federal government seeking a near-term technological solution to combating airborne Ebola virus? A document posted at FedBizOpps.gov would seem to suggest as much. As reported by WorldNetDaily (WND), the sourcing document, titled "Chemical/Biological Technologies Department Ebola Broad Agency...

U.S. soldiers to receive just four hours of training on Ebola virus

11/2/2014 - Most Americans think that their military is very well-trained, and in most cases, that assumption is correct. However, troops who have been ordered by President Obama to assist with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa got a bare minimum of training before being sent into an area where an incurable Biosafety...

U.S. government: Ebola is safer than the flu; high-risk carriers free to mingle with the public

11/1/2014 - When it comes to infectious disease, the medical contradictions practiced by the U.S. government are nothing short of staggering. Consider the striking contradiction between the government's policy on unvaccinated schoolchildren vs. its policy on allowing possible Ebola carriers to travel freely among...

How Ebola will disrupt world supply of rubber and oil

11/1/2014 - The worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa is causing deepening harm to the economies of the affected nations, as well as other African countries where, so far, there is no virus, over fears that the pandemic could widen further. Particularly hard-hit are African economies that depend largely on...

Johnson & Johnson says Ebola epidemic likely to last another year as pharma company looks to join in vaccine development

11/1/2014 - Viruses continue to mutate at increasing speeds as modern medicine fails to keep up with pathogens evolving stealthily in nature. It's even possible that modern medicine is to blame for the acceleration of virus mutation. Antiviral drugs typically attack one form of a virus. The virus quickly learns...

WHO quietly admits that 5% of Ebola patients incubate the virus beyond 21 days

10/31/2014 - Nearly 42 days have passed since any new cases of Ebola have turned up in the countries of Senegal and Nigeria, both in West Africa. But a recent update issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) reveals that as many as 2 percent of Ebola patients can start to show symptoms beyond the standard 42-day...

Foreign Ebola patients to be brought to US for treatment, warns congressman

10/31/2014 - The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has issued a new warning that the Obama regime is planning to import foreign Ebola patients into the U.S. for treatment. Representative Bob Goodlatte of Virginia recently told Fox News that he received "information from within the administration"...

GlaxoSmithKline begins testing experimental Ebola vaccines on West Africans

10/31/2014 - Now that the general public has been conditioned to accept that Ebola can only be stopped through immediate intervention with magic drugs and vaccines from the West, British vaccine giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is readying to begin tests on an experimental Ebola vaccine, which reports indicate will be...

Did CDC just admit Ebola has gone airborne?

10/31/2014 - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its Case Definition for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), which outlines the official surveillance standards for identifying those at risk of contracting and spreading Ebola infection. In this update, the CDC quietly admits that Ebola...

Hazmat suit manufacturer has received orders for 1 million protective suits due to Ebola

10/31/2014 - The hazmat suit manufacturing business, normally predictably mundane, has taken off in recent weeks, thanks to the worsening Ebola crisis, but the number of suits ordered from one company certainly makes one pause and ask: "Just what aren't we being told yet about the spread of this deadly disease?" According...

Schizophrenic CDC pulls document admitting Ebola can spread via sneezes and doorknobs; see the original here

10/31/2014 - Just days after admitted it lied about how Ebola spreads and finally admitting the virus can spread through aerosolized particles propelled via sneezing or coughing, the CDC yanked its document off the web. It replaced it with a new PDF that's almost entirely empty, except for the statement "Fact...

Censored CDC Ebola document restored by Natural News; urges Americans "do not lick doorknobs" (satire)

10/31/2014 - We've found the lost PDF document that was scrubbed by the CDC! As you may know, the CDC posted a document earlier this week admitting that Ebola can spread through aerosolized droplets and can contaminate surfaces at a distance. Less than 24 hours after Natural News called out the CDC for admitting...

NYC Ebola doctor lied about traveling around city before hospitalization

10/31/2014 - The first reported case of Ebola in New York City apparently caroused around town rather than self-quarantine himself, according to new reports. Dr. Craig Spencer, who was declared to have Ebola after recording a temperature of 100.3 degrees F, had initially told health authorities that he did not leave...

Maine's pointless 'self-quarantine' to allow Ebola carriers in public if they stay just 3 feet away from other people

10/30/2014 4:09:32 PM - The governor of Maine has vowed to use whatever authority he could muster to keep a nurse who has just returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa in quarantine, after she defied a quarantine order by the state in order to take a bike ride with her boyfriend. The nurse, Kaci Hickox, has...

Nobel Prize winner: Ebola can be spread by people who show no symptoms

10/30/2014 - Nearly 15 years ago, European and African scientists knew that the Ebola virus could infect a person without them knowing about it, meaning they can walk around with the virus in their system and never show any symptoms. In 2000, The New York Times (archived here), cited the findings of a study published...

92% of nurses say their hospital has no plans in place to properly equip isolation rooms during Ebola outbreak

10/30/2014 - A national nursing union says it has been hearing from healthcare professionals all around the country since the Dallas Ebola outbreak, and most say their hospitals are simply not equipped or prepared to handle anyone who may contract the disease. National Nurses United, which held a conference call...

Australia closes its borders to Ebola-afflicted West African countries to protect citizens

10/30/2014 - The Australian government has made a decision that tens of millions of Americans wish their own government would make: Canberra has decided to close the continent's borders to any travel from Ebola-stricken West Africa, citing concern for Australian citizens. As expected, though, the move did not...

Ebola nurse claims states have no right to protect citizens by imposing quarantine on workers coming from West Africa

10/30/2014 - An American nurse who was placed under mandatory quarantine in her home state of Maine after traveling to West Africa to treat Ebola patients says she plans to break her quarantine on Thursday, believing it to be unconstitutional. The 33-year-old Kaci Hickox stated on Good Morning America that she will...

CDC admits it has been lying all along about Ebola transmission; "indirect" spread now acknowledged

10/30/2014 - Defying its own quack advice that the agency has been propagandizing for months, the CDC has now released a document on Ebola that admits the virus can spread through aerosolized droplets. The document, quietly released on the CDC website, also admits Ebola can contaminate surfaces such as doorknobs,...

US health officials desperately trying to get 20 hospitals ready to safely treat Ebola

10/30/2014 - Hospitals all across the country are scrambling to equip themselves for a potential Ebola outbreak after major protocol failures at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas left at least two health workers infected with the illness and one patient dead. The goal is to get at least 20 hospitals...

Unnamed man transporting Ebola patient without protective gear ensures 'higher level of safety,' officials claim

10/29/2014 - The official screenplay for Ebola Outbreak: USA Edition has taken a major plot twist, as the second Dallas health worker to contract Ebola was intentionally transferred to Atlanta alongside a mystery man who was not wearing a hazmat suit. When questioned about this, the airline responsible claimed that...

U.S. State Dept. to transport foreign Ebola victims to U.S. hospitals for treatment

10/29/2014 - First we were told that Ebola wouldn't come to America. Then we were promised the best way to keep Ebola out of America was to eliminate quarantines and travel restrictions. Now, to the astonishment of nearly everyone, the U.S. government is planning to deliberately transport Ebola-infected foreigners...

Ebola survives on surfaces for up to 50 days

10/29/2014 - Little-known research published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology back in 2010 is upsetting the official story regarding Ebola, which government officials claim cannot be spread through contaminated surfaces. Scientists from the Biomedical Sciences Department at the Defense Science and Technology...

Big Pharma seeks legal immunity for damages from experimental Ebola vaccines

10/29/2014 - The same drug manufacturers that stand to profit immensely from the sale of Ebola vaccines say they require full legal immunity from any potential lawsuits that might arise when people are harmed by various adverse effects from these "emergency" drugs. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) CEO Andrew Witty told...

When Ebola comes to your town, will there be any nurses or doctors willing to treat it?

10/29/2014 - Uncertainty over the validity of the information regarding the Ebola virus being put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has led to outright fear among a growing number of American healthcare workers, and many of them are simply refusing to take care of the latest patient in New York...

MIT study reveals how coughs can propel aerosolized particles 20 feet

10/29/2014 - New research out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) affirms what many of us have been saying about Ebola all along -- basically, if the virus is real and spreading as claimed, part of this spread is occurring via micronized airborne transmission through things like coughs and sneezes....

Ebola spreads to West African nation of Mali, where vaccine experiments have been taking place

10/29/2014 - Health officials in the West African nation of Mali have confirmed that the country has its first case of Ebola, becoming the sixth one in the region to be afflicted by the deadly outbreak, the worst on record, in which nearly 5,000 have died. Ousmane Kone, the Malian health minister, said on state...

CDC now admits Ebola can spread through the air up to 3 feet away

10/28/2014 - When it comes to trusting the Obama Administration and, increasingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, no one is making it harder for Americans to do so than the White House and the bumbling gaggle of bureaucrats and political hacks that it employs. For weeks now, the CDC chief, Dr....

Ebola virus praises Obama in open letter to humankind (satire)

10/28/2014 - (Satire) To my great surprise, I received a hand-delivered message from a representative of the Ebola species today with an urgent request to share this with the world. Ebola apparently wishes to express its gratitude for recent events. What follows is an authentic letter from ambassador E. Bola,...

NYC Ebola patient cleared enhanced airport screening just days earlier

10/28/2014 - In a series of tweets, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that Dr. Craig Spencer, the latest U.S. Ebola patient who brought the disease back with him from West Africa, was cleared following "enhanced screening" procedures, leading more Americans to further question the government's...

Restricting 80% of air travel from Ebola-afflicted countries would give world three extra weeks to contain epidemic, says report

10/28/2014 - A scientific assessment published back in early September warned that, if air travel from West Africa wasn't restricted, Ebola would quickly spread across the globe. Using the Global Epidemic and Mobility Model to simulate incidence and seeding events for the disease, a team of international scientists...

Ebola intentionally spread across USA as part of 'organized terror plot' says veterans news site

10/28/2014 - The potential for Ebola to be deployed as a weapon of terror has been on everyone's minds since the Dallas outbreak and the NYC doctor episode. One prominent online publication now believes that Ebola's deployment as a weapon is already under way (see below). Virologists have long known that Ebola...

Testing negative for Ebola is meaningless; the virus is not detectable for up to six weeks

10/27/2014 - It's too bad that many of the people debating the Ebola quarantine issue don't know anything about virology. So far, the focus on New York's reversal of its Ebola quarantine rule has centered on a single repeated claim: "The nurse tested NEGATIVE for Ebola!" Therefore she should be released, the logic...

New York abandons Ebola quarantine after pressure from Obama; politics now driving all medical decisions

10/27/2014 - The first sensible idea we've seen yet on halting the spread of Ebola in America has just been shut down for political reasons. The State of New York has now reversed its mandatory Ebola quarantine rule under pressure from the CDC and White House which both seem fervently determined to see Ebola spread...

U.S. hospitals to be flooded with Ebola patients imported from West Africa

10/27/2014 - As word around Washington, D.C., spreads that President Obama plans some sort of executive action on amnesty for millions of people in the U.S. illegally, a noted government watchdog has said that the president may be planning something far more ominous: bringing scores of patients sick with the Ebola...

Ebola vaccine setback? GSK now says it won't be ready until 2016

10/27/2014 - People around the world hoping for an Ebola vaccine anytime soon will have to wait a couple of more years, according to new reports indicating that Big Pharma corporation GlaxoSmithKline, which is working to develop just such a vaccine, won't have one ready until at least 2016. The head of vaccine...

African countries secured borders to stem Ebola outbreak

10/27/2014 - A number of African nations have successfully implemented proactive Ebola-containment measures that are more stringent than those currently in place in Europe and the U.S. The Associated Press (AP) reports that countries like Senegal and Nigeria, both of which had reported Ebola cases several months...

Sierra Leone imposes curfew after gunfire, rioting over suspected Ebola cases

10/27/2014 - The diamond-rich town of Koidu in eastern Sierra Leone has been put under mandatory curfew after turmoil broke out within the local community, which led to rioting and people shooting at police. Reuters reports that a civil leader observed at least two bodies lying in the streets with visible gunshot...

US government bought 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits; not a single one will go to soldiers sent to West Africa

10/26/2014 - U.S. troops ordered by the President to Ebola-stricken West Africa are going to be sent with the best protective equipment available, right? That might be what you'd expect from the most powerful, best-equipped fighting force that the world has ever seen, but you'd be wrong. In fact, according to...

Ebola quarantine nurse's ties to CDC scrubbed from web; was it a staged op to invoke opposition to quarantines?

10/26/2014 - Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was quarantined in New Jersey over her high risk status as a possible Ebola carrier, has ties to the CDC which have been deliberately hidden by the mainstream media. Right now, a war is waging between states like New Jersey, New York and Illinois -- which have all decided...

Get ready for the US military Ebola 'Strike Team' to visit homes all across America! (Op Ed)

10/25/2014 - Will you be drawn and "quartered," like a Jewish person in the Holocaust? Most of them were actually shot in the head or gassed to death by Hitler's men. Are you a "traitor of the state" if you have a fever and don't report it to Obama's henchmen? What will they do with all the flu victims this winter?...

Big Pharma has owned Ebola vaccine for years; waiting for virus to kill enough people for it to be profitable

10/25/2014 - The truth is finally coming out about the Ebola crisis and its real purpose, which appears to be to sell more vaccines. As it turns out, the drug industry has had Ebola vaccines in the pipeline for years, but it has been waiting for just the right time to release them for maximum profits, unveiling...

Starving Liberians threaten to break out of Ebola quarantine as food supply runs out

10/25/2014 - Rumors continue to circulate from speculating sources that the Ebola pandemic in Africa is one giant hoax. This conspiracy theory undermines the pain, disease and starvation that West Africans have been facing. An Associated Press photo taken from Monday, October 20, shows that the pandemic continues,...

Are you awake yet? Government-enforced medical quarantines just went from 'conspiracy theory' to official policy in NJ and NY

10/25/2014 - The states of New York and New Jersey have leapfrogged federal guidelines and set up their own mandatory 21-day quarantine requirements for arriving passengers who had direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa. "The patients with the highest level of possible exposure will be automatically...

NY police throw Ebola medical waste into public trash can

10/25/2014 - As word spreads that a new case of Ebola has appeared in the densely populated concrete jungle of New York City, the deadly virus itself may also be spreading, simply because of poor disposal rules and a lack of containment discipline. For example, a day after newspapers and news outlets reported...

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...

Ten glaring Ebola contradictions told by government authorities who think we're all just stupid

10/24/2014 - New York Governor Cuomo began yesterday's Ebola press conference by gently waving his hand at reporters and uttering, "These are not the droids you're looking for." When that didn't work, he pulled out a pocket watch and let it swing back and forth like a pendulum, slowly repeating "Ebola is hard...

NYC officials: Ebola patient rode the subway just hours before level-4 biohazard infection confirmed

10/24/2014 - Ebola is now confirmed in New York City. I've just finished watching the press conference with Cuomo, de Blasio and Dr. Mary Travi Bassett, and what I'm hearing from these people is extremely irresponsible to public safety. For starters, every official in the press conference repeated over and over...

CDC worried that NYC may be 'ground zero' for Ebola entry into US

10/24/2014 - Ebola has already arrived in the U.S., but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a new warning that the disease could soon re-arrive, this time in New York City. Since the Big Apple is a major point of entry for West Africans, the health agency says new cases could emerge...

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...

Self-quarantine doesn't work; Ebola carriers break isolation again and again

10/23/2014 6:09:41 PM - Authorities are carefully retracing the steps of the fourth known case of Ebola in the U.S. after a man was found to have traveled in the New York City subway, gone on a three-mile run through the city, visited a local bowling alley and gotten a ride in an Uber cab, all while being infected with the...

Doctor diagnosed with Ebola walked around NYC for 10 days under 'self quarantine'

10/23/2014 5:54:56 PM - A physician who volunteered his services with an aid organization that treated Ebola victims in West Africa has been diagnosed with Ebola after being admitted to a New York City hospital. Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, was working with Doctors Without Borders a few weeks ago, and initially told authorities...

27% of Americans are now afraid to fly because of Ebola

10/23/2014 2:55:24 PM - Hyped-up Ebola fears have descended into the Western World, splattered all over the media and dripping like infectious blood through the minds of Americans. When the Western medical system failed to properly identify the first stray case of Ebola, two other nurses were infected and isolated. With several...

The best ways to stop disease and the Ebola pandemic

10/23/2014 - The Ebola virus outbreak, of 2014, is just another example of how Western medicine has failed to serve society in an intelligent, effective way. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and just about every (conventionally-trained) infectious disease expert admit that...

CDC ends Ebola quarantine watch 3 weeks too early

10/23/2014 - Texas health officials as well as others with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have ended a 21-day quarantine and observation period for dozens of people suspected of being exposed to the United States' first domestically diagnosed Ebola patient, and while scores more continue to be monitored,...

The most dangerous place to be right now during this Ebola outbreak

10/23/2014 - As Ebola continues to systematically spread throughout various geographic locations, one has to begin to put together their own plan of personal responsibility in order to have the best possible outcome should they become exposed to the Ebola virus. Part of this plan should entail staying away from...

Obama Administration forms military 'strike team' to respond to Ebola cases in the U.S

10/23/2014 - The Obama Administration has ordered the Department of Defense to form a 30-member military medical "quick strike team" that can deploy quickly -- within 72 hours -- to any new outbreaks of Ebola in the U.S., reports have said. The team will consist of five physicians, 20 nurses and five trainees,...

Ebola doctor runs around NYC bowling alleys after telling authorities he was 'self-quarantined' - report

10/23/2014 - NY Daily News is reporting today that Dr. Craig Spencer ran around New York City "after first telling authorities he self-quarantined himself." [1] The paper also says Dr. Spencer "hit the [bowling] lanes in Williamsburg." Dr. Spencer recently returned from Guinea, one of the worst-hit Ebola outbreak...

Rwanda to begin screening U.S. air travelers for Ebola - what do they know that the CDC doesn't?

10/23/2014 - The government of the African nation of Rwanda, in the eastern part of the continent, is now mandating that all visitors from the United States and Spain self-monitor for signs of Ebola, as well as complete an extensive questionnaire and report their medical condition to authorities for the first 21...

Legendary virologist Dr. Jahrling warns today's Ebola strain appears to be far more infectious than any previous Ebola

10/23/2014 - An expert scientist from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) has publicly warned that the Ebola strain currently in circulation appears to be far more virulent and infectious than previous strains. Dr. Peter Jahrling has been on the ground in the Liberian capital of Monrovia,...

Is Obama's Ebola czar an advocate of human depopulation?

10/22/2014 11:41:32 AM - Ron Klain, before he became President Obama's latest czar (Klain is the "Ebola czar"), was chief of staff to a pair of Democrat vice presidents, Al Gore and the current VP, Joe Biden. His appointment by Obama has been praised high and low by liberal politicians. U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has...

Scientists: Humans are 'an infection' and Ebola is Earth's immune response to consume all the human 'meat'

10/22/2014 - If you haven't yet read The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction book published in 1994, you're way behind the curve on the truth about Ebola. This book reveals all sorts of astonishing truths about Ebola which have since been buried or distorted by a modern-day government operating in total...

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...

Good news on the Ebola front: Every pause in the outbreak gives you more time to prepare

10/21/2014 - Frontline infectious disease workers are breathing a cautious sigh of relief in the United States today as a full six days have elapsed since the last report of a confirmed Ebola infection on U.S. soil. In one of the most honest opening paragraphs you'll ever read in the mainstream media, AFP reported...

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...

Global famine could destroy society if Ebola outbreak isn't stopped, United Nations warns

10/21/2014 - The United Nations (UN) World Food Program (WFP) is having trouble meeting the escalating hunger needs of West Africans, millions of whom are currently suffering through the worst Ebola outbreak in history. And as the disease continues to spread, the threat of food shortages, and possibly a worldwide...

Media responds: 'Six reasons to panic' about Ebola in America

10/21/2014 - A growing segment of the mainstream media is now engaging in cognitive dissonance regarding the Ebola crisis, warning the public not to get in a fear frenzy over the disease even though this same media is responsible for stirring up such panic in the first place. But as explained in thorough detail...

'It's just a matter of time' before Ebola pandemic ravages entire world, says Missouri doctor

10/21/2014 - Ebola is likely to "consume" every Third World country and then devastate wealthier countries as well, Missouri doctor Gil Mobley has warned. He has accused the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of deliberately concealing the threat that the disease poses to the United States. "For...

CDC approves Vitamin D-Nial drug to halt spread of Ebola (satire)

10/20/2014 - We're saved! The CDC has now partnered with the FDA to approve a new medical treatment for Ebola, guaranteed to offer 100% protection against the coming pandemic. The new anti-Ebola drug is called "Vitamin D-Nial" and will be offered free of charge at all voting booths on November 4. CDC director...

Obama appoints Ron Klain, Democrat Party insider with no medical expertise, as Ebola czar

10/20/2014 - President Obama has decided not to heed the call from tens of millions of Americans to take bold action in dealing with the Ebola outbreak in the United States. Instead, he took political action, which is par for the course for this president in dealing with the deadly virus. Obama has named an "Ebola...

New York emergency dispatchers restricted from saying 'Ebola' over radio

10/20/2014 - Political correctness is now taking over policy-making when it comes to dealing with the Ebola virus in the United States, as evidenced, in part, by a new rule imposed on 911 dispatchers in New York City. According to reports, dispatchers have now been ordered not to use the word "Ebola" over the...

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...

Rand Paul criticizes Obama Administration's Ebola response, says President is downplaying epidemic

10/19/2014 - In a recent interview on Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 WPHT, potential 2016 presidential contender Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, talked with host Dom Giordano about the current outbreak of Ebola in the United States and how the federal government is handling its spread. In his interview, Paul...

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