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Ebola War Becomes a National Security Priority

thefiscaltimes.com — The Pentagon is beginning a new chapter in its broadening efforts to fight Ebola. A 30-person team of medical specialists training at Fort Sam Houston in Texas are expected to wrap up on Saturday, DOD spokesman Lt. Col. Tom Crosson said.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @maurmack: Ebola War Becomes a National Security Priority shar.es/1mNnzX via @sharethis

Oct 24, 2014

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Four Reasons the U.S. Will Be Much Tougher With ISIS

thefiscaltimes.com — While members of Congress have been away campaigning for the past month, developments unfolding on the ground in Iraq and Syria strongly suggest that lawmakers and the Obama administration may be kidding themselves if they think the current plan of the president's and U.S. allies will be enough to drive out or destroy the ISIS scourge.

The Super-Rich Are as Miserable as the Rest of Us

thefiscaltimes.com — Let's agree right off the bat that $25 million is a lot of money. Sure, to paraphrase Chris Rock (NSFW), if Bill Gates woke up tomorrow with a net worth of $25 million, he'd jump out a window. But to the vast majority of us, it's a huge sum, more than enough to make some dreams come true.
Oct 24, 2014

@rylanmi Thanks for grabbing my story. Could you please fix the byline? Officemates have started calling me Yuscal. businessinsider.com/the-super-rich…

Oct 22, 2014

It's amazing, and kind of sad, how many people with $25 million or more say they are constantly worried about money. shar.es/1mB1Qj

Oct 22, 2014

The super-rich are as miserable as the rest of us @thefiscaltimes shar.es/1mBn4j