Friday October 24, 2014

Archive for the ‘Tabloid’ Category

Valerie Jarrett Key Player in Fast and Furious Cover-Up After Eric Holder Lied to Congress

President Obama’s trusted senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, was a key player in the effort to cover up that Attorney General Eric Holder lied to Congress about the Fast and Furious scandal, according to public records obtained by Judicial Watch.  More…

Doctor in New York City Is Sick With Ebola

A doctor in New York City who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea became the first person in New York to test positive for the virus Thursday, setting off a search for everyone who might have come into contact with him.  More…

Doctor: Health Authorities Covering Up Ebola

A doctor says health authorities are covering up Ebola cases in the US and disappearing patients in an effort to avoid hysteria. “These patients are disappearing, they’re doing something with the patients and God knows where they’re going,” said the doctor.   More…

Ferguson Protesters Chase CNN News Reporter Off Live Broadcast

CNN reporter Sarah Sidener’s on air stand up in Ferguson, Missouri was disrupted on Monday night when supporters of Michael Brown surrounded Sidener and her cameraman and demanded that they leave the area. The video at Ferguson, shot by Bassem Masri a local activist, includes Masri and others accusing CNN of lying about the Michael Brown case and supporting “Zionists.”  More…

850 voters in NYC are officially 164 years old

A Bronx voter listed in official records as being 164 years old led Board of Elections officials to review their files — where they turned up another 849 New Yorkers who were supposedly alive when Abe Lincoln was president. No word yet on the number of centenarian voters still living in Chicago.  More…

U.S. humanitarian aid going to ISIS

While U.S. warplanes strike at militants of ISIS in both Syria and Iraq, truckloads of U.S. and Western aid has been flowing into territory controlled by the jihadists, assisting them to build their terror-inspiring “Caliphate.” The food and medical equipment is meant for hungry Syrians displaced from their hometowns – not terrorists.  More…

Starbucks employees get new tattoo policy

Famed coffee purveyor Starbucks is making a few changes to its employee policies, one of which allows workers to have visible tattoos.  More…

Ohio bridal store closes after Ebola patient’s visit

An Ohio bridal store closed Thursday after Ebola patient Amber Vinson visited the shop this weekend as she visited with seven friends to look at bridesmaid dresses. The CDC assured the owner that Vinson was not contagious at the time of her visit, but county health officials suggested she should disinfect the store.  More…

Hospital worker who handled Ebola samples is on cruise ship

A Dallas health care worker who handled clinical specimens from an Ebola-infected patient is on a cruise ship in the Caribbean. She is now quarantined on the ship and being monitored for signs of infection, the State Department said. The unidentified female worker departed on a cruise ship from Galveston, Texas, Oct. 12 and was out of the country before being notified of active monitoring required by the CDC.  More…

Vice President Biden’s youngest son discharged from Navy Reserves after testing positive for cocaine

Vice President Biden’s youngest son was discharged from the Navy Reserves this year after testing positive for cocaine, according to a report Thursday. Hunter Biden, 44, a lawyer who works for an investment company, failed the drug test after he reported to a Norfolk, Va., reserve unit.  More…

Man attacks tour bus passengers with a box cutter

Police said a man was attacking passengers on board a tour bus with a box cutter on Tuesday night, allegedly stabbing another man, a woman and himself.  More…

Nurse with Ebola called CDC before boarding flight

In the case of Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse who flew commercially as she was becoming ill with Ebola, one health official said "somebody dropped the ball." The CDC said that Vinson called the agency several times before flying, saying that she had a fever with a temperature of 99.5 degrees. But because her fever wasn’t 100.4 degrees or higher, she didn’t officially fall into the group of “high risk” and was allowed to fly.  More…