With the passing of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the focus must now turned on the horribly failed response of the Texas healthcare system.
Random thoughts and quick news

Yesterday the news was a flutter with details of the leaked autopsy report the grand jury is using to investigate the shooting death of Michael Brown. Now the DOJ has condemned that move as trying to sway the public. They also cited the release of the video of Brown's alteration with a store owner just minutes before the shooting as part of this campaign. A few weeks ago we heard reports that someone on the grand jury was talking, and with this new information, it's starting to make me wonder if that isn't the case. If it's not the jury, then it is someone on the prosecution's team, since they are the only ones in the court room. Either way, it's time to pull that grand jury and call in a special prosecutor so that we can get the truth. 

No I'm not talking about a threat of an outbreak, but rather just how reactionary we are as a nation. We have people freaking out, listening to the talking heads and politicians, instead of the medical professionals. Apparently all the doctors saying an outbreak basically won't happen here, are in some type of collusion to misinform the people so that Obama can kill of America. Then, in the next breath, they have a hissy-fit because Obama's Ebola Czar isn't a doctor. It's really mind boggling just how dumb and cowardly America has become.


Early this morning Texas officials released a statement that a healthcare worker at the hospital Thomas Eric Duncan was a patient has tested positive for Ebola. There isn't many details yet, meaning none really. Things I am interested in finding out include this person's actual job capacity, when this person was treating Duncan (was it after his diagnosis and quarantine, or before), and exactly how this person contracted it, given the fact that Ebola can only be caught through direct contact with bodily fluid and must have an entry point, such as a cut, mouth, eyes, etc. 

One of the NRA's favorite talking points is "well if they had a gun too". It's a way to urge more Americans to go out and buy guns, as that will some how make them safer. Well that was tried and tested by William Coleman III of Oregon. He was out, open and carrying his gun, when an armed robber came up and told him "I like your gun, now give it to me". William complied and was left open and not carrying

The Supreme Court declined to hear the appeals of same-sex marriage bans that have been previously overturned by the lower courts, essentially making gay marriage the law of the land in this country. Of course this doesn't set things in stone. Another case could uphold the ban and the Supreme Court could then decide to hear that case and rule for the ban, reversing what was done today. Seems like a lot of games to play with the lives of people that just want to get married, and also seems like a cowardly way out for the nation's highest court.

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Here's a story that really puts some perspective on what is happening in Ferguson right now.
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A new acquisition is announced today, continuing a troubling streak that is going to put our economy in even more risk.
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Any longtime reader of this site probably knows that I love going after Matt Drudge, so it should only make sense to turn this into an actual project.
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