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Chuck Todd: Each Day Ebola or ISIS Is In The News, 'I Can Tell You, It Hurts The Democrats'

If Ebola or ISIS is in the headlines, it puts Republicans in a better position -Chuck Todd on the road, reporting from an RV in battleground states

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Republican Opens Up a 9 Point Lead Over Martha Coakley in MA


Martha Coakley implodes once again. The latest survey from the Boston Globe has Republican Charlie Baker leading by 9 points, 45-36 

The Coakley camp has just came out and dismissed the new poll from TBG as an outlier, saying the race between Coakley and Baker is a 'dead heat'

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Uh oh, things aren’t looking good for Martha Coakley in the Massachusetts governor’s race.

A new Boston Globe poll shows Republican Charlie Baker with a 9-percentage point lead over the Democratic attorney general among likely voters. The same survey last week had Baker and Coakley tied, and the Republican’s surge is being attributed to rising support from independent voters — the group that propelled Gov. Deval Patrick to victory over Baker in 2010.

From pollster John Della Volpe, whose SocialSphere company conducted the Boston poll:
"There is just positive movement in every single metric we can ask around Baker. The more voters have gotten to know him, the stronger he performs"

Coakley famously lost a U.S. Senate race in 2010 and was defeated by then little-known Republican Scott Brown for the seat long held by Edward Kennedy, the Democratic icon. She had a huge lead, but wasn’t particularly warm on the campaign trail and made a series of missteps. A big faux pas: Coakley suggested Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, a star on the 2004 World Series-winning team, was (horrors!) a Yankees fan.



 

Video: Judge Andrew Napolitano Predicts Talk of Impeachment if GOP Takes Control of the Senate

Napolitano: "If the Republicans take the Senate, you’ll see the ‘I’ word – impeachment be banded about"..."When the president exercises discretion on enforcing a law in such a way that it’s the opposite of what the law is intended to do, then he has violated his oath to uphold the law and is a candidate for impeachment"



 

Doctor in New York City Tests Positive For Ebola

Craig Spencer a volunteer with Doctors Without Borders who just returned from Africa has tested positive for Ebola.

(Photo Craig Spencer Facebook)

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New York has its first case of Ebola.

A Harlem doctor who recently treated patients in Africa, tested positive for the deadly disease after he was rushed to Bellevue Hospital with symptoms, including a 103-degree fever, sources told The Post.

Craig Spencer, a 33-year-old Doctors Without Borders volunteer, began showing symptoms one night after he was out bowling in Brooklyn, police sources said.

Spencer and his live-in girlfriend, Morgan Dixon, 30, were both quarantined at Bellevue at noon Thursday as cops retraced their steps since the doctor returned from Guinea on Oct. 17, the sources said.

Spencer had spent Wednesday night bowling in Williamsburg. He used an Uber car service to get to and from the Brooklyn neighborhood.

Hipster bowling hot spot The Gutter was closed last night due to “unforseen circumstances.” Spencer had spent a month treating Ebola patients in Guinea, according to his Facebook page.


The ambulance carrying Dr. Craig Spencer arrives at Bellevue Hospital
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DWS: Yes, The President is Campaigning in Competitive Dem Senate Races Right Now. No, I Can't Name Any of Them (Video)

Mega-FAIL: DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz asked directly by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann on Bloomberg News which races president Obama is campaigning in around the country for Democrat candidates. She keeps repeating that Obama is helping out in these races. Heilemen finally stops her, which ones? Tell us, which ones?

She doesn't have an answer.
'The president is governing John'





 

Police Release Surveillance Video of Ottawa Gunman


Screen grab: Gunman enters Parliament building


OTTAWA, Ontario -- Canadian police released surveillance video Thursday of the gunman accused of fatally shooting a soldier at a war memorial in Ottawa and said the suspect had recently applied for a passport and was "hoping to leave for Syria."

Royal Canadian Mounted Police commissioner Bob Paulson also says authorities had not been watching the gunman in the weeks before the deadly attack on a soldier at a war memorial on Ottawa on Wednesday.

Michael Joseph Zehaf-Bibeau, a 32-year-old petty criminal, then stormed the nearby Parliament building, where he was shot to death.

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Rush: PM Harper vs. President Obama on Ottawa Terrorist Attack

Rush: 'Remember when we had leaders like PM Stephen Harper?...The Canadians are not pretending this isn't terrorism'

Obama: "We don't yet have all of the information about whether this was part of a broader network or plan or whether this was an individual or series of individuals who decided to take these action, but it emphasizes the degree to which we have to remain vigilant when it comes to dealing with these kinds of acts of senseless violence or terrorists"

PM Harper:  'This week's events are a grim reminder that Canada is not immune to terrorist attacks around the world. We are also reminded that terrorist attacks on our security personnel and our institutions of governance are by their very nature attacks on our country....Let there be no misunderstanding, we will not be intimidated, we will never be intimidated'

From the first hour of the Rush Limbaugh radio show today:

Rush plays both audios, one from PM Stephen Harper, the other from President Obama on the terrorist attack that happened yesterday in Ottawa. Rush calls Obama's response 'political correctness on parade'
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Video- 15-Year-Old ISIS Fighter Describes Atrocities

'They gave me a choice, join ISIS or be beheaded'

15-year-old Kareem Mufleh, left, is led out of his jail cell to speak with CBS correspondent Holly Williams. She visited a prison that is controlled by Kurdish forces

The 15 year old says ISIS would give fighters a drug that causes you to lose your mind, making you willing to strap on a suicide vest.


SYRIA - In the basement of a prison in northern Syria, men accused of being ISIS terrorists were led in one by one. The guards holding them are part of a Kurdish group fighting against the Islamic extremists and don't want to be identified.

15-year-old Kareem Mufleh freely admits that he fought with ISIS

They captured my village and gave me a choice," he said. "Either join ISIS, or be beheaded."

ISIS has embarked on a reign of fear. Mufleh told us he was a witness to massacres when ISIS seized villages in Syria.

"I even saw them kill a woman because her wedding dress showed her neck and bare arms," Mufleh said. He claims that ISIS gave him the anti-anxiety drug Zolam before he went in to battle. "That drug makes you lose your mind," he said. "If they give you a suicide belt and tell you to blow yourself up, you'll do it."


 

California: YouTube Video Shows Group of Bikers Taunting CHP Officer


Motorcycle cop tries to pull the pack over. They refuse


Footage shows a pack of bikers doing wheelies and speeding on 680 coming from Milpitas and passing Montague Expressway heading into San Jose

The video shot on a helmet camera shows the CHP officer on a motorcycle try to pull over some of the bikers, but they ignore his siren and refuse to stop. They continue to do tricks as he tries to pull them over.

Eventually the officer rides away and the bikers wave goodbye

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Al Sharpton to Reporter in Ottawa: 'What's The Latest Tonight in Iowa?'

Reporter: Uh, I'm in Ottawa

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Photo: Black Flag of ISIS Flies Just a Few Hundred Feet Away From Kurdish Flag in Kobane


  Islamic State's black jihadist flag is still visible in Kobane - despite Kurdish territorial gains and weeks of sustained airstrikes by American and Arab warplanes. The ISIS flag is just a few blocks away from a  yellow, triangular flag of the Kurdish People's Protection (Reuters Photo)


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The terrorist group was thought to have been pushed out of the center of the besieged Syrian city after hundreds of brave Kurdish resistance fighters coordinated fierce street battles with coalition bombing raids - forcing the well-equipped Jihadis to retreat into the outskirts of Kobane.

But this morning the group's black jihadist flag could clearly still be seen inside city, raised over a multi-storey building just a few hundred feet away from where the yellow, triangular flag of the Kurdish People's Protection Unit (YPG) could be seen fluttering above a largely destroyed housing complex.

The image emerged as American and Arab jets launched fresh attacks on ISIS positions in the north of Kobane - with pyrotechnic tracer ammunition lighting up the night sky and coalition warplanes destroying ISIS-held buildings with a barrage of air-to-surface missiles. The chilling image of the ISIS flag still flying in Kobane emerged as lawmakers in Iraq's largely autonomous Kurdish region authorized peshmerga forces to cross into neighboring Syria to help fellow Kurds combat Islamic State militants in the city, providing much-needed boots on the ground.

The unprecedented deployment will almost certainly depend on the support of Turkey, whose president criticized a U.S. airdrop of arms to Kurdish fighters after some of the weapons wound up in the hands of the extremists.