Ebola is an STD? So what? We have ObamaCare!
We Americans are indeed a very funky people. Unfortunately, almost all of our funkiness is of the bad sort these days. As we covered earlier this month, 110 million Americans have an STD at any given moment. That’s over one third of our population. Clearly, generations of State-controlled education and corporate-controlled pop-culture are paying off. […]
Can we please stop unnecessarily importing Ebola now? Pretty please?
Okay, is two enough? Are two unnecessarily imported seeds for possible (and I do mean possible, not inevitable) Ebola pandemic in America enough? Assuming that we manage, by the grace of God, to contain the New York City and Dallas events and hold them to a total of four infected people, can we please stop playing […]
New York City, Ebola, and the Insanity of Our Anti-Quarantine Policy
Lord willing, Dr. Craig Spencer does not have Ebola. Lord willing, this will turn out to be nothing more than the latest and loudest warning proclaiming the suicidal insanity of our refusal to prevent likely Ebola-exposed people from freely and easily entering our country in stark dismissal of the most basic protocols normally deployed by […]
Hi, my name is Ron, I’m a political lawyer and I will be your Ebola Czar for this pandemic.
Just when we thought that all was lost and the world was spinning hopelessly out of control, the powers that be have given us exactly what we need to save the day: A lawyer! And not just any lawyer, but a particularly virulent strain of the lawyer virus: A “political operative”. With that noted, please excuse me […]
Incompetence goes viral in Romans 1 America…and yes, it’s okay to notice.
How can the CDC be so incompetent? How can Obama fail to stop Air Ebola from rolling in from Africa? How can State Governors just sort of wait and watch it all happen? The answer to all of this is: Romans 1. Or, put another way, it’s our fault. More specifically, it’s the professing […]
As fear goes viral, Christians should calmly embrace reality and prepare. Right now.
So we now have two confirmed Ebola sufferers who contracted the virus from America’s Ebola Airways-delivered Patient Zero, Thomas Duncan. Both of them are trained professional medical workers who, presumably, took fairly thorough precautions in dealing with Mr. Duncan. We also learned that, according to a report released by the World Health Organization yesterday, present strain(s) […]
Of course Ebola is airborne. It flies in from Africa all the time.
So the hits just keep a-comin’… Sure, ISIS, Ebola and the like are inherently horrifying and all, but it’s the way in which these threats are understood and handled by our “leaders” that just seems to amplify the tragedy and terror in…well…a sometimes comically awful sort of way. Has this year not been one incredible […]
What do we actually know about Ebola and why does it matter?
One of the more annoying realities of “crises” such as the Ebola scare is that we get to witness (and often become willing participants in) some of the wackiest, weirdest, over the top crazy hysteria- and/or denial-laced idiotic behavior known to man. Okay, maybe that’s a stretch. Or not. Either way, we are all […]
Preparing for Ebola with Confidence and Hope
Since this week’s revelation of America’s own Patient Zero having been diagnosed with the Ebola virus, many of us have become either glued, unglued, or both. Americans by the tens of millions have become glued to their computers, radios, televisions and cell phones for the latest developments, and sometimes unglued by falling headlong into “NOOOOOOO! It’s the […]
Ebola? Don’t worry. The “trained professionals” have it, like, totally under control, and stuff.
If Ebola didn’t scare you yesterday, Governor Perry’s response to Ebola should have. Only a neutered, thoroughly domesticated and intellectually hobbled American population could be expected to endure, much less embrace as positive, the tragic/comedic spectacle that was yesterday’s address by Governor Rick Perry on the emerging Ebola crisis in Texas. Before diving too deep into the […]
Faith, Courage, and Hope in the Face of Ebola
What a difference a day makes. Just 24 hours ago, we had not yet gotten the news that an Ebola-infected “patient zero” had been diagnosed in America. Up until that moment, many of us prayed and hoped that this devastating plague would not find its way to our land. Others artificially preserved their optimistic take through an ignorance-is-bliss […]