Monday, August 4, 2014

Amazing: U S Border Patrol, Texas July 29, 2014

Via Eric

On The Heels Of Establishment GOP Pundits Trying to Distract – Chris McDaniel Files Official Challenge In Mississippi

Via Susan

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Earlier we shared how the establishment GOP continues to try and avoid sunlight upon the fraud committed inside the Mississippi senate race.   Their strategy is to stick to the Saul Alinsky playbook and isolate, marginalize and ridicule the challenge which outlines the corruptocrat maneuverings.


A tea party-backed candidate is formally challenging his loss to U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran in the Mississippi Republican primary.

State Sen. Chris McDaniel announced on his website Monday that he had filed a challenge with the Mississippi GOP state executive committee over Cochran’s June 24 runoff victory.

McDaniel will have to prove there were enough illegally cast votes to change the outcome or the election was so sloppily handled its result is in doubt.

McDaniel has called the runoff a sham and excoriated Cochran for seeking votes from Democrats.

Mississippi voters don’t register by party, but it is against state law to vote in one party’s primary and another party’s runoff in the same cycle.

Certified results show Cochran won by 7,667 votes, or 51 percent.

The lavish homes of American archbishops

Via WiscoDave

Records reveal that 10 of the country's top church leaders defy the Pope's example and live in residences worth more than $1 million.

"How I would like a Church which is poor and for the poor!"— Pope Francis

Clearly, "lifestyles of the rich and religious" doesn't cut it for Pope Francis.

The pontiff has said it "breaks my heart" to see priests and nuns driving the latest-model cars.

He's blasted "airport bishops" who spend more time jet-setting than tending to their flocks.

And he's warned against church leaders who bear the "psychology of princes." 

The Vatican fired one such "prince" last year: German Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst -- aka "The Bishop of Bling" -- who spent $43 million to remodel his opulent pad. 

(Bronze window frames? $2.4 million. Getting on the wrong side of the Pope? Far more pricey.) 

"God save us from a worldly Church with superficial spiritual and pastoral trappings!" Francis said in his book-length blueprint for the church

Say what you will, but this Pope puts his preaching into practice.

More @ CNN

High Probability Ebola Patient In New York City – Testing Mt. Sinai Hospital Patient From West Africa….

Via comment by Sioux on Secret serum likely saved Ebola patients

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Against the backdrop of the World Health Organization notifying the public the death toll has now reached over 900, and a second Ebola patient is confirmed in Nigeria, a new bulletin reflects a New York hospital may have just encountered a U.S. Ebola patient:
New York officials are asking the public to remain calm, and if needed to panic in an orderly manner, until further testing can confirm.

Meanwhile in Liberia society has turned downright medieval.

Veterans Benefits - Conference Report - Vote Agreed to (91-3, 6 Not Voting)

Man, this just made my day. My dental is 80 miles away. My Dermatolodigst and ENT doctors are 170 or 80 miles away.
The Senate voted to adopt the conference report on a bill that would provide for $10 billion in emergency spending for care at non-Veterans Affairs facilities and allow veterans to obtain health care at such facilities if they live more than 40 miles from a VA clinic or can't get an appointment at a VA clinic within 30 days. It would provide for $5 billion in spending for expedited authority to hire more doctors, nurses and other health care professionals and would authorize leases for the opening of 27 new VA health facilities. The bill is cleared for the president’s signature.

Sen. Richard Burr voted YES
Sen. Kay Hagan voted Not Voting

Secret serum likely saved Ebola patients

Via Susan

Three top secret, experimental vials stored at subzero temperatures were flown into Liberia last week in a last-ditch effort to save two American missionary workers who had contracted Ebola, according to a source familiar with details of the treatment.

On July 22, Dr. Kent Brantly woke up feeling feverish. Fearing the worst, Brantly immediately isolated himself. Nancy Writebol's symptoms started three days later. A rapid field blood test confirmed the infection in both of them after they had become ill with fever, vomiting and diarrhea.

It's believed both Brantly and Writebol, who worked with the aid organization Samaritan's Purse, contracted Ebola from another health care worker at their hospital in Liberia, although the official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention case investigation has yet to be released.

More with video@ CNN

Jury sides with man who fired at cops after they forcibly entered wrong home

Via WiscoDave

After battling authorities for more than a year, a Portsmouth, Virginia, man was handed a verdict of not guilty by a jury who determined that he did not, in fact, act recklessly when he fired a warning shot at officers who attempted to make forcible entry into his home, only to later discover that they had gone to the wrong house.

The incident, which happened last January, unfolded while Brandon Watson and his wife were watching late-night TV and heard noises coming from the back yard.

“She said, ‘Oh my gosh, someone is in the backyard,’” Watson told reporters. “The noises got closer and then she heard the clicking of the backdoor handle.”

More with video @ GUNS

CBM: Bill Deal & The Rhondels Beach Music Medley, Virginia Beach

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