Column: TSA agents will get Ebola under control
HOLLYWOOD - Happy Friday, everybody, and God bless America.
Homeland Security said airport screenings for Ebola will begin at five major U.S. airports up and down the East Coast. That's a great comfort to all of us. The TSA just announced that flyers can't carry more than three to four ounces of Ebola and it must be in a clear, zip-top bag.
White House fence-jumper Omar Gonzalez was examined by a therapist Friday. It turns out he has mental issues. This was discovered when he told the Secret Service he was in the White House to compliment President Obama on his plan to send 2,000 troops to Ebola.
Former CIA Director and former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta ripped Barack Obama's foreign policy in his new book. It's so sad. Three times last year Leon Panetta tried to resign from the Obama Administration but the police arrested him for leaving the scene of an accident.
The FBI asked for help identifying the ISIS video spokesman Thursday. He speaks English with a Midwest accent. He just recorded a public service video reminding ISIS fighters that Halloween's the safest day for you to kill a person and leave them in a chair on your front porch.
Bill Clinton flew to Arkansas Wednesday where he gave a rousing speech for Democratic candidates at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. The library was built largely from corporate donors. The pavilion devoted to Bill Clinton's second term is sponsored by Nine Lives.