There are a few things in the world that we know for sure, including the existence of Ebola, what those infected go through, and the fact that, as of now, there is no cure or official universal treatment that mitigate its fatality rate said to be around 70 percent.
These people who traveled to Syria to join and support an army of psychopathic mass murderers, will simply be "tracked" once they get back on our soil.
As the Ebola crisis unfolds here in the United States, it's becoming painfully obvious why the American people can't trust their own government.
Much is being made of Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel's essay in The Atlantic, "Why I Hope to Die at 75," where he argues that dying at 75 would be best for everyone. He's entitled to his opinion, of course, but what makes this especially concerning is his role as an architect of the so-called "Affordable Care Act" (Obamacare).
A great deal of the mainstream media discussion has revolved around whether or not the Islamic State, also called ISIS, is a direct threat to the United States.
Watch out. When liberals control paradise, welcome to Paradise Lost.
In the aftermath of the murder of James Foley by the international terrorist group the Islamic State, much has been made of the "bad optics" surrounding President Obama's rush to the golf course after his comments on the videotaped beheading of the American journalist.
"We have committed [troops] and are spending [millions of dollars] to give the people of Iraq humanitarian help and a breathing space. We have worked on this for months. We are doing the best we can."
I like drones when they're bombing terrorists, not when they're used by stranger "hobbyists" to surreptitiously spy on and film unsuspecting Americans.
Former pro wrestler and politician Jesse Ventura used to be known as Jesse "The Body" Ventura during his wrestling days. Now he'll be known to many simply as "The Jerk."
This week, a terrorist group tried to shut down Israel's airport, and couldn't. So President Obama stepped in and did it for them.
Indulge me for a moment with an imaginary scenario: A friend asks you to store his anthrax for a little while.
This week's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announcement introducing a new "rule" allowing the agency to garnish the wages of individuals to collect debts — without a court order — portends something quite serious.
No doubt, like many of you, I have moments each week when I wonder if the American people are still falling for the lies and manipulations of the political establishment.
With so much happening internationally and the number of scandals, crises and general screw-ups of the Obama administration here at home, it's worth noting a disturbing development here on the domestic front: a rapidly expanding police state.
Hillary Clinton's book tour, which launched this week, has provided journalists, pundits and commentators with plenty to talk about, yet it is her comments about Benghazi and foreign policy that deserve the attention.
Still reeling from the Bergdahl-Taliban swap, Americans now watch, gobsmacked, as the White House doubles down on crazy.
In addressing West Point's 2014 graduating class of cadets earlier this week, President Obama announced to the tyrants of the world that they could do whatever they want, to whomever they please.
Last year, I went to Europe for the World War II D-Day anniversary. The beaches at Normandy were pristine, no sign of the horrific carnage that took place 70 years ago.
During the past couple of weeks we've learned more of the obscene tactic at Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals accused of creating secret appointment lists to hide wait times for our veterans.