90 Miles From Tyranny : 2014-10-12

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

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Is CDC Hiding Enterovirus Link To Illegal Alien Kids?

Public Health: A disease that was once rare in the U.S. is killing Americans, and its rise coincides
with the tidal wave of unaccompanied minor children arriving from Latin America under our de facto open-border policy.

Eli Waller, a 4-year-old New Jersey boy, died Sept. 25. He was reportedly fine and healthy when he went to bed but died overnight, with the cause confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control to be enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68), one more casualty in an epidemic that has swept the country seemingly out of nowhere.

The CDC website reports that from mid-August to Oct. 10, the CDC itself or state authorities confirmed that 691 people in 46 states and the District of Columbia had come down with some sort of respiratory illness caused by EV-D68. Five children, including Eli, died from their infections.

More than a few observers have noticed that the sudden increase in EV-D68 cases coincides with the rapid rise of unaccompanied minors crossing our porous border. These children, often without proper health screenings, have been distributed throughout ...

Milton On The Free Market..

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Former WaPo chief warns of ruin when advertisers 'wake up' and pull out

A former executive editor of the Washington Post is warning of a massive shake out in print
journalism once advertisers “wake up” to the reality that they are wasting money on newspaper and magazine advertising, not digital, where their audience is.

Robert G. Kaiser wrote for the Brookings Institution that print media, presumably including his former employer, is getting more than they should from advertisers and it won’t last much longer.

“Americans spend about five percent of the time they devote to media of all kinds to magazines and newspapers. But nearly 20 percent of advertising dollars still go to print media. So print media today are getting billions more than they probably deserve from advertisers,” he wrote.

“When those advertisers wake up, revenues will plummet still further,” warned Kaiser, editor from 1991-1998.

Of course, the shift is already happening. “This explains why even as newspaper revenues have plummeted, the ad revenue of Google has leapt upward year after year — from $70 million in 2001 to an astonishing $50.6 billion in 2013. That is more than two times the combined advertising revenue of every newspaper in America last year,” wrote Kaiser.

The result could be the end of some print outlets.

“The great institutions on which we have depended for news of the world around us may not survive. These are painful words to write for someone who ...

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Friday, October 17, 2014

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Bring The Ebola Patient To Atlanta They Said...

What could go wrong?

A Texas nurse infected with Ebola was flown from Dallas to Atlanta Wednesday and admitted to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital, where she will be the fourth patient to be treated there for the virus.

Amber Joy Vinson, 29, was diagnosed earlier Wednesday with the deadly virus after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who died from Ebola last week. She will be treated in a special isolation unit at Emory where three other patients have been treated, two whom were discharged in late August, the hospital said in a statement. A third person is still receiving care.

Emory said it was bound by patient confidentiality and had no information regarding her status.

Vinson was the second nurse who cared for Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to come down with Ebola. Nina Pham tested positive for the disease Sunday and is being treated at the Dallas hospital, where officials said Wednesday she is in good condition.

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5 Bills in the Land of the Free that are straight out of Atlas Shrugged..

“John Galt is Prometheus who changed his mind. After centuries of being torn by vultures in payment for having brought to men the fire of the gods, he broke his chains—and he withdrew his fire—until the day when men withdraw their vultures.”

Sick of the overbearing regulation, taxation, and entitlement mentality in society—in the book Atlas Shrugged, John Galt went to one entrepreneur after another to convince them that they just didn’t need to put up with it anymore.

They didn’t need to keep propping up a system that was trying to destroy them. Where’s the point in continuing to feed a parasitic system?

So one by one, these innovators and producers simply closed up shop, deciding to just “shrug” and abandon what they were providing thanklessly to the looters.

Today many companies are doing the same. They may not be abandoning their businesses altogether, but they are moving them out of the hands of the parasites by moving their tax bases abroad.

In Ayn Rand’s book, the Economic Planning Bureau dealt with this by legislating that no businesses could leave: “[a]ll the manufacturing establishments of the country, of any size and nature, were forbidden to move from their present locations, except when granted a special permission to do so.”

In real life today, we have a string of policies being proposed to similarly discourage companies from leaving, or failing that, to try to claw as much money as possible from them first.

First, take the H.R. 5278: No Federal Contracts for Corporate Deserters Act, which bars federal contracts for American companies that have gone overseas for tax purposes.

Then take the H.R. 5549: Pay What You Owe Before You Go Act, which seeks the seizure of unrepatriated corporate revenue.

Even the language used by these bill’s supporters is eerily similar to ...

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

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Billy, don't be a hero, Don't be a fool with your life...

The songs "Billy Don't Be A Hero" And "The Night Chicago Died", are tattooed into my memory.
My father got his orders and we were to leave Fort Wainwright Alaska and go to Germany. 

We drove from Fairbanks to Anchorage and took a flight into JFK. I was the skinniest creature imaginable and was responsible for the giant heavy suitcase as my father flew out a month ahead of us. (this was before there were wheels on suitcases.)  From JFK, the Army took us out to an airbase in New Jersey by Limo. We were very impressed being that were were a lowly enlisted family.

On the way out of New York City, I saw a kid getting beaten up by two other kids against a fence; The mean city. Anyways, we got to our temporary quarters and on the radio were these two songs in quick rotation, first time any of us had heard them. It was in intense time, and these songs I will remember forever.

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Europe’s Hidden Ebola Cases

The Continent prepares for the virus to spread, but for many, it’s already here.

ROME, Italy — If you were surprised to hear the news that a Sudanese United Nations worker died of the deadly Ebola virus in a Berlin hospital on Tuesday, you might be even more surprised to learn just how many Ebola patients there are elsewhere in Europe.

The World Health Organization maintains that there are eight confirmed cases of the deadly virus in Europe tied to the current outbreak: two dead missionaries in Spain, one dead doctor in Germany, one cured man and one doctor in treatment in Germany, two tropical disease doctors in treatment in Holland and a Spanish nurse, Teresa Romero Ramos, under treatment in Spain.  Romero Ramos contracted the virus from one of the dead Spanish missionaries.  There are also at least a dozen or more suspect cases scattered around European hospitals that may or may not evolve into the full-blown virus.

Spain was the first country to accept important patients in Europe; it was also the first country to report a transmission outside of West Africa.  There is at least one nurse under quarantine in Germany who treated the deceased doctor there.  If she is infected, she will now be the fourth health worker outside of West Africa who contracted the disease in a sterile hospital after Romero and Nina Pham, an American nurse who contracted the disease from Thomas Eric Duncan, who died in Dallas, Texas last week.  On Wednesday another health worker who treated Duncan tested positive for the deadly virus.

Perhaps less surprising than the number of Ebola patients scattered around Europe is the number of false alarms and suspected cases in Europe’s capital cities.  As of Wednesday, there were suspected Ebola patients in hospitals in Cyprus, Rome, Brussels, Paris and London.  The corpse of a British man who died in Macedonia is being flown to Frankfurt for Ebola testing.  More than 100 people who were in contact with the Spanish nurse are under surveillance, being asked to take their temperatures twice a day; 16 people are under quarantine, including her beautician and housekeeper.

There are also cases of blatant racism tied to the virus.  Ghanaian soccer player Michael Essien, who plays for AC Milan, has been the subject of what borders on fear mongering.  An Italian sports newspaper reported the rumor that he was Ebola-positive, backed up by quotes from players who said they were nervous to play on the field with him. He took to Twitter and Instagram to shoot the rumors down.  “The Ebola virus is a very serious issue and people shouldn’t joke about it,” he wrote.

In Rome, in the Portuense neighborhood where the city’s main infectious disease hospital called Spallanzani is located, residents are wary.  “I’m sure they have everything they need inside the hospital,” Maria Cristina Gallo told The Daily Beast as she pushed her two-year-old granddaughter in a stroller.  Gallo, who lives down the street from the hospital, feels vulnerable.   “What if a person with Ebola asked me for directions to find the hospital? What about what happens before they get into the ‘safe’ environment? We are all at risk.”

The corpse of a British man who died in Macedonia is being flown to Frankfurt for Ebola testing.
Gallo’s concerns are multiplied by daily news reports. In the last 48 hours in Italy alone it would appear there have been at least five “suspect” cases of Ebola: people who had been in West Africa within the last two weeks who ...

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

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