The week that was

“Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.”
– C.S. Lewis

The Ebola virus has come to the U.S., despite President Obama’s declaration that its arrival here was “unlikely.” If only we had a comprehensive national healthcare system that worked to take care of all the people who will be infected. Sigh…

The new jobs report came out this week. No one’s disappointed, though, because to be disappointed you have to have expectations first.

The new jobs report, though dismal, can mean nothing but good things for Senate Republicans this fallThough the Obama Administration may try to deceive the American public into thinking unemployment is down, the record number of non-participants in the labor force still look around and know they’re unemployed.

The director of the Secret Service stepped down after she failed at her job. If Obama can’t even appoint someone to look out for number one, what can he do right?

Obama told immigration activists that “no force in the world can stop us.” He forgot about Ebola.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis had a baby daughter and named her Wyatt. People will call her “Why?” for short.

Teresa Mull is managing editor of Human Events.