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by Michael Synder on August 26, 2014
If hundreds of doctors and nurses are becoming infected with Ebola, what chance is the general public going to have?  This is not just a question that many of us are asking.  As you will see below, this is a question that the World Health Organization is asking.  When dozens of h
by Michael Synder on August 20, 2014
If some psychopaths were running around crucifying and beheading lots of people and then they said that they wanted to drown my family “in blood” I would be inclined to take them seriously.  But so far, most Americans seem to be completely and totally unconcerned about ISIS.  Perhaps that is beca
by Michael Synder on August 17, 2014
Let’s be honest – Ferguson, Missouri is under military occupation right now, and the entire world is watching in horror as militarized police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at unarmed protesters.  Yes, the
by Michael Synder on August 17, 2014
On Friday night, the city of Ferguson, Missouri was absolutely packed with militarized police
by Michael Synder on August 15, 2014
Is the Obama administration looking to stir up more trouble in Ferguson?  “Protest marshals” from the same Department of Justice division that organized protests against George Zimmerman in the aftermath of the shooting of Trayvon Martin have been deployed to the troubled city.  It is being repor
by Michael Synder on August 7, 2014
The United States is woefully unprepared for an Ebola outbreak.  If a pandemic were to erupt, the very limited number of hospital labs and isolation units that we currently have would be rapidly overwhelmed.  Yes, we may be able to provide "state of the art care" for a handful of people, but if t
by Michael Synder on August 6, 2014
Should we be alarmed that the CDC has received "several dozen calls" from hospitals around the country "about people who are ill after traveling in Africa"?  As you will read about below, a lot more Ebola testing has been going on around the nation than we have been hearing about in the mainstrea
by Michael Synder on August 5, 2014
As the Ebola death toll rises and as images of bodies being abandoned in the streets of Liberia
by Michael Synder on August 4, 2014
What would a global pandemic look like for a disease that has no cure and that kills more than half of the people that it infects?  Let's hope that we don't get to find out, but what we do know is that more than 100 health workers that were on the front lines of fighting this disease have ended u
by Michael Synder on July 31, 2014
If the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history reaches the United States, federal law permits "the apprehension and examination

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