Legislators Have a Beef with Nutritional Panel

(Washington, DC — February 20, 2015) – Going against Congressional wishes, a top national nutritional panel released a report urging Americans to steer clear of diets high in red meat, angering Congressmen in the process. Given that Congress says little about the plight of the nation’s poor and underserved, not to mention those Americans who…

Politicians Practice Vaccination Vacillation

(Washington, DC — February 4, 2015) – Playing to their base, politicians have entered the fray of an age-old question: To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? Meanwhile, average, ordinary, everyday Americans are hoping for a “mute” vaccine to use on these politicians. Ever since a recent measles outbreak in California, vaccination has been a hot…

ISIS Going Postal Over Ebola

(Washington, DC) – Ted Kaczynski, move over. You’ve got company. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) (also known as “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)” and “Islamic State (IS)” and “Al-Qaeda in Iraq”) has taken a page from the Unabomber’s playbook and is now threatening “postal jihad” against the United States.…

As Ebola Spreads, ISIS Rallies Pandemic to Its Cause

(Washington, DC) – As Ebola hysteria grips the United States, the scope and facts about the disease become less clear by the hour. Over the past few weeks, hospitals and medical institutes have consistently lied to the American public. Additionally, politicians – hot in the throes of Election 2014 – are playing the “blame game”…

The Politics of Ebola

(Washington, DC) – When FLATLINEgov first reported on the African Ebola outbreak on August 6, there had been 1,700 cases reported, 900 of whom died. America’s public health officials assured average, ordinary, everyday Americans that they had nothing to fear from Ebola. Two months later, average, ordinary, everyday Americans can see just how wrong the…

Ebola, American Style

(Atlanta, GA) – The latest outbreak of the Ebola virus is showing no signs of slowing down, and as the numbers of the dead and infected continue to climb, so do the number of countries with citizens showing symptoms of the disease. The current outbreak began in Guinea in March. More than 1,700 cases of…