Watch President Obama Brag About Saving The World Twice
At least someone is giving him credit.
At least someone is giving him credit.
It was the End of the World as We Know It just a few months ago, and it was all Obama's fault, but on Saturday, the White House announced that the deadly center of the Ebola outbreak is now officially free of the disease. Thanks, Obama!
As we give thanks on one of the slowest news days of the year, the White House announces the President will go to the NIH next week to congratulate them on progress on an Ebola vaccine. Remember Ebola?
Boy, that escalated quickly. I mean that really got out of hand -- fast.
Kaci Hickox was already a hero when she was ensnared in Chris Christie's Quarantine Tent And Showerless Wonder Emporium, but now, she's graduated from fighting Ebola to fighting for freedom.
Stupid Obama, urging calm and opposing travel restrictions, isn't nearly as awesome as then-Florida Governor Jeb Bush's response to the 2001 anthrax attacks. Guess what that response was?
Chris Christie 2016: Yes We Can... Quarantine You.
Be the envy of all your friends by throwing the best Ebola party ever -- hipster style.
Ebola has arrived in the Big Apple, and New Yorkers are hoping that only the news starts spreading.
A New York City doctor who recently returned from Guinea where he was treating Ebola patients has just been diagnosed with the disease, becoming the city's first official case of it.
Rubio thinks Ebola is such a dire threat, and that a travel ban is so necessary, that it must be put into place sometime in late November.
On Ebola, Alex Jones and the InfoWars crew make the Republican Party look like a paragon of integrity.
What Maher and all of the other reactionaries who want to seal our borders are missing is that they are targeting the one part of our response that has worked.
Those of us who are inclined not to worry are rightly concerned when the people who are promising, "We got this" keep demonstrating that they don't actually got this.
This afternoon, Shepard Smith stepped up to the plate and simply by virtue of his calm and authoritative demeanor, took a punishing swing at the often panic-stricken response by the media to Ebola.
Real enough for you? On the heels of news that the second Dallas nurse to be infected with Ebola traveled on an airplane the day before she got sick, President Obama has canceled his trip to New Jersey today in order to hold a cabinet meeting on Ebola.
Megyn Kelly confronts Dr. Tom Frieden with the indignant ravings of her coworker, Bill O'Reilly -- as if his opinion matters one damn bit.
Contracting Ebola isn't necessarily fatal, but we're afraid the idiocy of Todd Kincannon is terminal.
This epic word salad makes Sarah Palin look like Spalding Gray.
Josh Earnest was asked a whole mess of questions about Ebola, and responded in an equally messy manner.
Oddly, our hype-driven mainstream media has elected not to hype the Ebola outbreak as what it actually is.
With the arrival of Ebola in the United States, our phasers seem to have only two settings: "Don't Worry Be Happy" and "Abject Panic." Friday's White House press conference on Ebola was not a victory for "Don't Worry, Be Happy."
Forget Ebola, there is no cure for this kind of stupid.
And the winner is...
Chuck Todd scored a huge exclusive for his Meet The Press debut, and President Obama didn't disappoint in his one-on-one. The President covered a wide variety of headline-grabbing topics, but one of the things he said isn't getting nearly enough attention.
The members of PETA and other animal rights groups are dedicated to stopping animal suffering in the world -- and this is (on balance) probably a good thing. However, they are convinced that their cause is more important than any other on the planet, and this is not ok. Here are 7 causes that almost certainly trump animal rights:
Ann Coulter is a proud Christian, and given her latest comments about Ebola doctor Kent Brantly, it's only fair to ask if she's actually more Christian than Jesus.
CNN is confirming that a patient who recently traveled to West Africa is now being tested for the Ebola virus.
Raising awareness is different from raising fears. That's important to keep in mind as you watch or read the mainstream media coverage of the growing Ebola crisis in Africa. What's also important to keep in mind: the mainstream media thrive on fear.