God Bless These Heroes of the Ebola Crisis


The entire world, but more importantly America, is in the midst of an Ebola outbreak that could threat the existence of life on Earth as we know it. Things are looking pretty grim for humanity, and President Obama’s failure to lead has made things even worse.

If we are to survive the epidemic, we are going to need heroes. Several individuals and conglomerates have, in Obama’s absence, already stepped up to the plate and, through their selfless actions, given us hope. It’s worth recognizing those heroes now, before it’s too late.

SHOCKING: These Democratic Fundraising Emails Are Out of Control


Election Day is less than two weeks away, and Democrats are starting to panic. Many have made fun of their increasingly frantic fundraising emails over the past several months, but in recent days parody has become reality. Seriously, these emails are out of control.

This Might Be the Creepiest Pro-Abortion Rally You’ve Ever Seen


Representative Annie Kuster (D., N.H.) held a campaign rally on Wednesday to accept the endorsement of the pro-choice group NARAL. Apparently someone on Kuster’s campaign though it was a good idea to make the whole event Halloween themed—complete with cobwebs and skeletons—to make the point that when it comes to abortion, Republican policies are “truly frightening.”

Kay Hagan’s Net Worth Has Jumped 37 Percent Since She Took Office


Becoming a U.S. senator can be great way to increase your personal wealth. Just ask Kay Hagan, whose net worth has increased almost 40 percent since getting elected.

According to CQ Roll Call, which tracks the wealth of members of Congress on an annual basis, Hagan’s minimum net worth (figures are provided in broad ranges on financial disclosure forms) was $6.67 million when she took office in 2009. As of this year, Hagan had a minimum net worth of $9.12 million, which amounts to a 37 percent over her Senate career.

Democratic Senator Appears to Want Kids to Smoke

Senator Richard Blumenthol (AP)

Like Paul Krugman, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D., Conn.) knows a nefarious conspiracy when he sees one. Blumenthal has called on the National School Board Association to end its recently announced partnership with Right Decision Right Now, a program designed to prevent youth tobacco use.

That sounds like a good thing, right? Why would Blumenthal oppose the partnership? Well, because Right Decision Right Now was founded by R.J. Reynolds, a tobacco company that obviously wants children to smoke (or something). He called the partnership a “deadly deal” that must be stopped.