(The Wall Street Journal) - U.S. troops are arriving in Monrovia, Liberia as part of a plan to build tent hospitals and train local nurses to treat an Ebola epidemic that is showing signs of gaining speed.
(by James Taranto, OpinionJournal.com) - “The Insiders: Third-Party Candidates Could Be Spoilers”–headline, Washington Post website
Tens of thousands of mostly student protesters are demanding full democracy and have called on Hong Kong’s leader – Mayor/Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to step down.
Several sources in the intelligence community disputed President Obama’s comments in an interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes in which the President said that the intelligence community and Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper are to blame for not recognizing the threat posed by ISIS.
(by Thomas Sowell) – In all my 84 years, I cannot recall a time when most Americans wanted war. That is something we should be proud of. But wars are not always optional.
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