Dozens reportedly injured in violent scuffle between police and Palestinian worshipers
The Watchdog’s comments: What jurisdiction does the EPA have in shutting down power plants? Why have the states stood up to the EPA shutting down coal power plants.
Why has this President bypassed congress making laws by decree? in the Constitution for President Obama to declare war on the coal industry? Well there is no authority nor implied powers just because it is not in the Constitution to shut down power plants over a failed science that has been proven a fraud. There is no man-made global warming. It is all about control under UN agenda 21.
In June 2013, Arquiett filed a formal complaint against Sinnigen on the grounds that her privacy was violated. However, the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of New York ruled the DEA did nothing to overstep its authority.
“Defendants admit that Plaintiff did not give express permission for the use of photographs contained on her phone on an undercover Facebook page, but state the Plaintiff implicitly consented by granting access to the information stored in her cell phone and by consenting to the use of that information to aid in an ongoing criminal investigations,” the court said.
Therefore, the court went on to state, “Plaintiff does not have a First Amendment Right to Privacy in the photographs.”
Police launched an investigation Tuesday morning after a bag containing dozens of Islamic State flags was found in an industrial area in Nazareth Illit by a municipal worker.
Five Dallas County sheriff’s deputies who were ordered Wednesday to go inside the Dallas apartment where an Ebola patient stayed are now worried about their health.
And the sheriff’s association that represents them is not happy about the department’s lack of preparations and precautions before sending them.
Sgt. Chris Dyer, president of the association, said a lieutenant, sergeant and three deputies went inside the apartment to serve the containment warrant that asked the occupants not to leave. The deputies accompanied the county’s health director, Zachary Thompson, and its medical director, Christopher Perkins, to the apartment, Dyer said.
The deputies were not wearing any protective gear, not even latex gloves, Dyer said.
Crews transported a patient exhibiting "signs and symptoms of Ebola" from a Frisco CareNow to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.
"Right now, there are more questions than answers about this case," said Wendell Watson, a spokesman with the hospital.
The patient was identified as Sgt. Michael Monnig, a deputy who accompanied county health officials Zachary Thompson and Christopher Perkins into the apartment where Thomas Eric Duncan stayed in Dallas.
The Ebola crisis has taken a decidedly bad turn yesterday as the true agenda of the government and its minions is being fully exposed. In the face of a deadly Ebola crisis that has the potential to sweep across the country with the vengeance of the 1918 Spanish Flu, one would think that the government watchdogs, the FDA, the CDC and the NIH would welcome help from the non-governmental affiliated healthcare industry in any way that they could get that help. Unfortunately, for the American public, these private corporations who operate with a government charter, are intimidating all but the aforementioned healthcare organizations to forsake any and all health claims as the FDA has completely banned the use of the word “Ebola”.
Remember when the Obama Administration was meant to serve as the model for how a transparent government is supposed to operate? That promise of “hope’n’change” has produced the most secretive government administrations in the history of this nation.
The UK Independence Party is on the verge of having its first MP in the British parliament. The party claims the traditional political clans which have dominated British politics for generations have had their day.A by-election in eastern England was caused by the defection of an MP from Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party to UKIP.The party wants Britain to pull out of the EU and it wants stricter controls on immigration.
China reiterated its opposition to foreign interference in Hong Kong affairs Wednesday.
The Fitch rating agency has downgraded Kiev's long-term rating, as the Ukrainian capital failed to repay its domestic $87 million debt. The move could be classified as a “restricted default” if the city fails to settle bonds by October 10.