Why Capitalism is Necessary- Milton Friedman

Many condemn Capitalism or chastise its outcomes. Many say that Capitalism is synonymous with greed, inequality and evil. In fact, this message that been parroted across the media and trumpeted from the White House ad nauseam over the past few years.  What is so ironic is that despite America's success as a world power, the very means that got us there is now being demonized. Compare the standard of living in any Capitalistic society to other non-Capitalistic run governments. The difference i...
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Thanks to Obama and his administration’s Lies America has lost her Credibility.

The triumphant proclamation by Vice President Biden that we were going to “follow them (ISIS) to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice" will go down in history as one of the hollowest promises ever made by an elected official—second only to “if you like your doctor or healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your doctor or healthcare plan”. After hearing this speech and watching the news, I am only to assume that the gates of hell can be found in Bagdad or Kobani because we’ve ...
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Stop Letting Travelers From Ebola-Infected West African Countries Into the USA Before It’s Too Late

After a second nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus, one must question how safe we really are against this virus. Already 9 of the 16 infected physicians in a group known as Doctors without Borders have died from the disease. Plus, 2 nurses wearing state-of-the-art biohazard gear have now contracted it in Texas. In a press conference by the CDC, they mentioned that the first nurse made a simple mistake. Though the statement was said in passing an...
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Ebola Airport Screening Essentially Useless

As many have already read, there will be new screening of passengers arriving at New York's Kennedy International Airport who leave from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea. Besides questioning these passengers, they will have their temperature interrogated by no-touch thermometers. The screening will then expand to Newark Liberty, Washington Dulles, Chicago O'Hare and Hartsfield-Jackson airports. Customs says that 95 percent of people entering the United States from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guin...
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How did the NBC Cameraman contract the Ebola virus if it hasn’t gone Airborne?

As a physician, a concerning story appeared recently on the news. An NBC news cameraman by the name Ashoka Mukpo recently tested positive for the Ebola virus. Traditionally, we have been taught from agencies such as the CDC that the virus is contracted ONLY through contact with the secretions or blood of an actively infected person. The disease then starts with flu-like symptoms on average of 2-3 weeks after contracting the disease. It then progresses to muscle aches, joint pains, fevers, chil...
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Is Ebola already spreading throughout the USA?

As the CDC confirms the first case of Ebola here in the USA, many concerns instantly arise with this revelation. First, why are we allowing ANY people flying from ANY Ebola pandemic areas return to or visit the USA? Are we looking for trouble? Is this not an insane policy? Plus, we are still not sure how contagious the virus actually is. Though the CDC claims that an infected person cannot transmit Ebola unless symptomatic, how did all those healthcare workers wearing biohazard suits contract ...
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What you need to know about Ebola

As the Ebola virus has reached humanitarian crisis status in Western Africa, many people are still unsure what exactly this disease is or why it is important. The Ebola virus starts with flu-like symptoms on average up to 2 weeks after contracting the disease. It then progresses to muscle aches, joint pains, fevers, chills, sore throat and a rash. Later and more progressive stages of the virus can cause confusion, coma, multi-organ failure and hemorrhage. Plus, with a mortality rate of 50-90%...
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Best Selling Political Medical Thriller, The New Reality, Predicts Future America under Obama

International Best Selling Medical/Political Thriller predicts outcome of Ebola-like pandemic in an economically bankrupt world. Buy Copy at Amazon    
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Precaution Heighten on MERS Victim

Precautions heighten as the Saudi resident in a Florida hospital still has a low-grade fever and is being treated in isolation for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). Caretakers have to wear goggles, gloves and a special suit while tending to him. Dr. Antonio Crespo says two hospital workers were showing flu-like symptoms after coming into contact with the 44-year-old man.  One was cleared, but the other was admitted to the hospital. About 15 other workers, including two physicians a...
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