Sweden rules out Ebola

By -NO AUTHOR- UPDATED: Officials at a Stockholm hospital reported that they had found a suspected case of the Ebola virus on Sunday night. But the case was dismissed on Monday. The patient was being held in isolation at the Karolinska Hospital after he returned from Africa with a high body temperature. A hospital spokesman […]

Continue Reading

New push to make veggies taste better

By -NO AUTHOR- (ASSOCIATED PRESS) — VERONA, Wis. — There’s a good chance that many of the suddenly trendy vegetables that foodies latch on to in the next decade will benefit from research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While plant breeders at many public universities focus on improving field corn, soybeans and other crops used […]

Continue Reading

Dead unborn baby found in school bathroom

By -NO AUTHOR- (WFAA) — DALLAS — A fetus was found Friday in a bathroom at Woodrow Wilson High School. “Obviously, this is very serious. It’s very troubling,” said DISD spokesman Jon Dahlander. “But we will work through this as a school district and a school community.” The Dallas Independent School District said a maintenance […]

Continue Reading

Joan Rivers remains on life support

By -NO AUTHOR- (NYDAILYNEWS) — Joan Rivers was on life-support Saturday as her daughter, family and friends kept an increasingly grim vigil at a Manhattan hospital. The 81-year-old Rivers, initially placed in a medically induced coma after going into cardiac and respiratory arrest on Thursday, was dependent on the machines to keep her alive, TMZ.com […]

Continue Reading

Border Patrol Opens Fire On Militia In Texas

By jlambert Shoot first ask questions later. What we didn’t expect is that the first shots fired at the militias weren’t from smugglers, Mexican military members working for the cartels, or the Islamic terrorists the cartels are …Continue Reading ? The post Border Patrol Opens Fire On Militia In Texas appeared first on Patriot Outdoor […]

Continue Reading

Florida’s $900,000 health website gets 30 enrollees

By -NO AUTHOR- (Tampa Bay Times) Last year, legislators allocated $900,000 to help Floridians find affordable health care through a new state-backed website. At the same time, they refused to expand Medicaid or work with the federal government to offer subsidized insurance plans. Six months after the launch of the state’s effort, called Florida Health […]

Continue Reading

Who’s paying the new Obamacare tax? You

By -NO AUTHOR- (USA Today) When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, it required health insurers, hospitals, device makers and pharmaceutical companies to share in the cost because they would get a windfall of new, paying customers. But with an $8 billion tax on insurers due Sept. 30 — the first time the new tax […]

Continue Reading

Lawsuit accusing Planned Parenthood of scam revived

By Bob Unruh A whistleblower’s lawsuit accusing a Planned Parenthood branch of scamming American taxpayers millions of taxpayer dollars has been reinstated by a federal appeals court. The action was brought in 2011 by Sue Thayer, former manager of Iowa’s Storm Lake and LeMars Planned Parenthood clinics. Thayer sued the organization under both federal and […]

Continue Reading

Hunting with the .44 magnum handgun

By jlambert It took six shots to finally dispatch the badger, from a distance of only twenty five feet. On another occasion, it took four shots to take down a 250-pound black bear, from about twenty five …Continue Reading ? The post Hunting with the .44 magnum handgun appeared first on Patriot Outdoor News. Click […]

Continue Reading

Florida Obamacare enrollment total plummets by quarter

By -NO AUTHOR- (Daily Caller) Florida’s Obamacare enrollment is now over 220,000 lower than the Obama administration’s most recent tally, according to a report from the state insurance department. The Obama administration hasn’t released updated Obamacare enrollment statistics since May, when the Department of Health and Human Services put the number of Florida sign-ups at […]

Continue Reading

Mississippi Yawning: One Year Later, Dire Open Carry Predictions Prove False

By jlambert Mississippi joins a continually growing list of jurisdictions that have chosen to better respect the right to carry, and failed to suffer the negative consequences predicted by gun controllers. It’s long been a predictable pattern. …Continue Reading ? The post Mississippi Yawning: One Year Later, Dire Open Carry Predictions Prove False appeared first […]

Continue Reading