The government is again guilty of murder.
Dallas Hospital Had the Ebola Screening Machine That the Military Is Using in Africa
The military is using an Ebola screening machine that could have diagnosed the Ebola cases in Texas far faster, but government guidelines prevent hospitals from using it to actually screen for Ebola.
It’s a toaster-sized box called FilmArray, produced by a company called BioFire, a subsidiary of bioMérieux and it’s capable of detecting Ebola with a high degree of confidence — in under an hour.
He tossed and turned again that night,
Up as usual before the light,
I saw him sitting at his place,
A troubled look on his face,
A quiet man and often grim,
And again that look came over him,
But one morning at the break of day,
He said the things he had to say.
Son, I thought it was all worth fighting for,
But I’m not so sure anymore,
And all that stuff about country and glory,
Well, now I sort of doubt that story,
But what bothers me so unbearably,
Is the one they called the enemy.
He was just a young man like me,
The one they called the enemy,
Seems like there’s been an awful lot of intolerance, hatred and trolling going on at the Daily Paul lately. I dread looking at the comment section anytime a topic has been posted having to do remotely with anything religious.
Dial in to 2:44 to skip the rest of the BS:
Coulter elaborates: "I think it would have to be either Mitt Romney, or Ted Cruz."
Given the frenzy of interest following the announcement of the Apple Watch, you might think wearables will be the next really important shift in technology.
Wearables will have their moment in the sun, but they're simply a transition technology.
Technology will move from existing outside our bodies to residing inside us.
That's the next big frontier.
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I have a question for the many brilliant minds of the Daily Paul.
What is your favorite anti government quote?
When I think of anti government quotes these three come to my mind:
Government breaks your legs then hands you a crutch and says, “See if it weren’t for us, you wouldn’t be able to walk”. – Harry Browne
"Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure." – Robert LeFevre
"Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." - George Washington
I'm tired of war propaganda.
Making these short films is therapeutic.
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There you go, no more ebola worries - Monsatan will save us all...
Governing by committee...or in this case, czar...encourages cronyism and undermines the rule of law.Submitted by go213mph on Sat, 10/18/2014 - 21:40
1.an emperor or king.
2.(often initial capital letter) the former emperor of Russia.
3.an autocratic ruler or leader.
4.any person exercising great authority or power in a particular field: "a czar of industry."
In yet another curious coincidence surrounding the recent Ebola crisis, it appears that FEMA has been preparing for the appearance of a pandemic of deadly disease in the near future all along.
As part of the FEMA Pandemic Exercise Series: PANDEMIC ACCORD: 2013-14 Pandemic Influenza Continuity Exercise Strategy , the Sifma.org website states that,
While none of us know the future, we have a good handle on what drives change. Technology is the big b1tch on the stage of history, setting the act and letting the characters play out their roles in her drama. Ideas, economics, politicians, and literati are just characters on her stage, who operate in her paradigm.
We have a little window into the next big technological revolution, the automation of most human labor, body and brain.
Within the existing economic order, automation portends a tectonic shift in the magnitude of inequality, and the diminution of the value of the average mass man to near nil.
The political table is set for a war over the proceeds of this automation - who will reap the benefits. The millions of mouths who's hands and brains have lost their value, or the fortunate ones who sit astride the machine that manages the machines?
The earth has a limited surface, a limited carrying capacity, limited fuel and a limited tolerance for swarms of living things crowding it up. The human enterprise has bred huge numbers of animals and pairs of hands to produce its daily bread, fight its wars and produce its wealth, and so long as those pairs of hands and their attached mouths had a real positive value, population has grown.