Much like the disease itself, Ebola panic seems to have disappeared as the midterm elections become ever more distant in the rear view mirror.
Despite the conciliatory language after Tuesday, it’s unlikely that much will change in Washington in the next two years.
Good news that ought to quiet people’s concerns significantly, on the Ebola front.
The GOP added to its majority in the House, giving it the biggest majority it has had since Truman was President.
A Maine Judge has largely rejected the efforts of the State of Maine to restrict the movements of Kaci Hickcox
We may have our first legal challenge to an Ebola quarantine order by tomorrow
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul continues to challenge Republican orthodoxy on foreign policy, and that’s a good thing.
Mandatory quarantines are a massive violation of personal liberty. We ought to be careful in how, when, and why we impose them and who they are directed toward.
After an avalanche of negative commentary, the Governors of New York and New Jersey have modified their policy regarding quarantining people returning from west Africa.
The first person to be quarantined under the new policy announced by New York and New Jersey is raising concerns about the way she was treated, and whether the policy is even the right idea.
A surprise move from Governors Christie and Cuomo that sounds like a good idea but may not be as effective, or legal, as it sounds.
As usual, politicians and pundits are helping to create a climate of fear and concern about Ebola that is not justified by the facts.
America’s “Patient Zero” doesn’t appear to have spread Ebola very far, but continued vigilance is called for. And, we need to focus on the part of the world where there really is an Ebola Crisis.
Illogic and fear from Mr. Huckabee.
A travel ban sounds like a simple solution to a complex problem. Like most simple solutions, though, it becomes far less appealing when you think about the details.
President Obama has appointed an “Ebola Czar,” but it’s unclear why we need one when there are already people who are supposed to be in charge of the Ebola response.
Another health care worker in Dallas is being treated for exposure to the Ebola Virus.
Germany’s new defense minister has promised a more robust role but lacks the ability to back her words with action.
Combining politics, an incessantly sensationalist news cycle, and a virus that scares a lot of people can’t end well.
Closing down international air travel won’t stop Ebola from becoming a bigger public health threat.