Sunday, August 28, 2016

Show Notes 08-25-2016

Thursday Show 8-25-16

Mega military base breaks silence on martial law memo
U.S. military drills on American streets and roads, on public lands and in cities and towns long have prompted fears that the federal government is preparing to impose martial law.
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Army general testifies no one swayed him in Bergdahl case
The Army general who ordered Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's court martial testified Wednesday that he wasn't swayed by negative comments from a powerful U.S. senator, saying that he takes his duty "very, very seriously."
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WW11 Veteran gets surprise and honored at his home
KTLA reports a World War II veteran had one of the best days of his life after being honored by chief selects in front of his California home recently.
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Park Service celebrates 100 years, seeks minorities' support
When Asha Jones and other Grand Canyon interns arrived for their summer at the national park, they were struck by its sheer immensity, beauty and world-class hiking trails. Soon, they noticed something else.
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Texas college students rally against gun laws with sex toys
Hundreds of University of Texas students waved sex toys at a campus rally during the first day of classes, protesting a new state law that allows concealed handguns in college classrooms, buildings and dorms.
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Preparing kids to say pledge to Mexican flag
The U.S. Supreme Court in 1943 ruled that schools cannot force students to participate in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance to Old Glory.
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Faith based colleges win mafor religious freedom battle for now
Faith-based colleges and universities in California dodged a major threat to their existence from Democrat state lawmakers, but the leader of an effort to block financial aid from the state to schools that do not adhere to the left’s position on sexuality vows to bring the matter back next year.
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Feds Spend $1 Million for Refugees to Become Farmers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending nearly $1 million to teach refugees how to farm. New grants announced last week include two projects in Idaho and Kansas to “cultivate the next generation of farmers” by helping refugees get land leases to start their own farms.
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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Show Notes 08-23-2016

Tuesday Show 8-23-16

The real story behind “Don't give up the ship”
In 1804, Captain Lawrence was second-in-command of an expedition to destroy the captured frigate USS Philadelphia held in Tripoli’s harbor. Lawrence also commanded the USS Enterprise which fought gunboat battles with Muslim pirates.
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1,690-Page ‘Climate Change’ Reg Increases Cost of Tractor-Trailer Up to $15,119
The Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration jointly issued a new regulation last week that is meant to help protect the world from "climate change" by limiting “greenhouse gas emissions” and improving fuel efficiency in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles operated in the United States.
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Police: Man, 91, shoots suspected robber in Eastpointe
A 91-year-old concealed pistol license holder shot a man who was attempting to rob him Monday in Eastpointe, according to police.
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Andrea Tantaros Sues Fox News, Ensnares Bill O’Reilly, Scott Brown, and Others
The latest sexual-harassment lawsuit against Fox News and deposed CEO Roger Ailes alleges that the network’s executives actively retaliated against on-air personality Andrea Tantaros after she repeatedly complained about inappropriate conduct in the workplace.
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Planned Parenthood Clinic in Wisconsin Permanently Closes
A Planned Parenthood clinic in Appleton, Wis., is permanently shutting down due to an inability to meet proper security standards, Planned Parenthood officials said Monday.
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Judge Rules Funeral Home Can Fire Transgender Employee for Violating Dress Code
U.S. District Judge Sean Cox ruled on Thursday that a Michigan funeral home may abide by sincerely held religious beliefs in maintaining a dress code that requires its employees to dress according to their biological sex and not their “gender identity.”
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Have Scientists Found Another Earth?
Researchers have discovered the possibility of another earthlike planet that could sustain life. German news outlet Der Spiegel first broke the story, saying the European Southern Observatory found a previously unknown neighboring planet that could contain water.
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Sprawling Blue Cut Wildfire in California Spied by NASA Satellites
As a wildfire blazes through a mountain pass in Southern California, two NASA satellites were able to snap photos of the smoke from space.
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Monday, August 22, 2016

Show Notes 08-21-2016

Sunday Show 8-21-16

Ben Hur: epic movie for all times
“Ben-Hur,” the 2016 edition, is a modern film telling a very old-fashioned story set in biblical times from an 1880 novel by Civil War Gen. Lew Wallace. It’s such a compelling story that it’s been retold many times by successive generations.
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Woman Sentenced for Exporting US Military Gear to China
A California woman has been sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for illegally exporting U.S. military gear to China including jet fighter engines and a drone aircraft.
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103 year old woman celebrates birthday with a beer
A Mount Pleasant woman who's about to turn 103 years old celebrated a couple of weeks early with a beer. Mildred Bowers, called Millie by her friends, lived through the Great Depression and outlived two husbands.
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Obama offends Louisiana flood victims
Mr. Obama has come under fire for sticking to his two-week golf vacation on Martha’s Vineyard instead of taking time to survey the flooding in the Baton Rouge area, which has left 13 dead.
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This black family of geniuses show off benefits of homeschooling
A multi-talented family has taken Boca Raton, Florida by storm with their incredible academic achievements. The family of 11 includes two teenage daughters who have graduated college with master’s degrees and a mother who is an architect and attorney.
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Chinese illegal immigrants still in U.S. years after N.Y. asylum fraud ring busted
Four years after busting a massive asylum fraud ring in New York, federal agents still haven’t revoked any of the 3,700 potentially bogus cases handled by the fraudsters, raising questions about just how serious the Obama administration is in rooting out immigration scams.
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Sen. Kaine: Immigration Is ‘Like Transfusion Of Fresh Blood Into The Bloodstream’
“What immigration has done for Virginia is what it’s done for the nation since its very first days,” Kaine said. “It’s been like the transfusion of fresh blood into the bloodstream that has continued to revitalize us and make us stronger.”
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The church that changed American history
300,000 miles on horseback, from the Atlantic to the Appalachians, from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico, for 45 years, he spread the Gospel. This was Francis Asbury, Methodist circuit riding preacher who was born Aug. 20, 1745.
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City of Seattle offering class to help people understand 'white fragility'
An academic and author is offering courses for white people teaching them how to cope with their 'white fragility' - and tickets for the lectures have sold out.
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Princeton begins to remove “man” fro official school material
Princeton has become no man’s land. The famed Ivy League institution rolled out a series of gender-neutral terms aimed at removing the word “man” and other male-leaning language from official school material.
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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Show Notes 08-18-2016

Thursday Show 8-18-16

Fire chairman seeks 'compromise' after American flag controversy
Will flags return to Arlington Fire District trucks after their removal attracted national attention and criticism? A compromise may be in the works.
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A report out of Pravda quotes President Vladimir Putin as saying that Russia has moved strategic nuclear missiles to Cuba in response to the United States’ continuing efforts to encircle Russia in Eastern Europe.
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Russian Aircraft Approach USS Ronald Reagan, Prompting Jet Scramble
The USS Ronald Reagan scrambled its fighter jets earlier this week after two Russian naval reconnaissance aircraft flew within one nautical mile of the U.S. aircraft carrier as it sailed in international waters east of the Korean Peninsula, according to 7th Fleet officials.
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Indications that the U.S. Is Planning a Nuclear Attack Against Russia
On Wednesday, June 11th, CNN headlined “U.S. Sends B-2 Stealth Bombers to Europe,” and reported that “they arrived in Europe this week for training.”
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Anti-Shariah activist Pamela Geller’s campaign to get halal meat labeled on American supermarket shelves has been sent down the memory hole by the federal government.
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After shooting of Imam NY Muslims confront climate of fear
Over a decade ago, Sahabuddin Chowdhury opened his modest auto repair and body shop on Atlantic Avenue in Queens, right on the northernmost border of Ozone Park, when his teenage daughter and son were still very young.
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Feds Investigating Massachusetts Town for Rejection of Muslim Cemetery
Federal prosecutors are investigating whether a Massachusetts town violated the civil rights of an Islamic group when officials there rejected plans for a Muslim cemetery.
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Delta IV launch to help detect threats to satellites
For most of the public, space represents a peaceful expanse where astronauts push humanity’s boundaries, science probes explore the solar system and great observatories peer back in time.
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The Outer Space Treaty 
The Outer Space Treaty was considered by the Legal Outerspace Subcommittee in 1966 and agreement was reached in the General Assembly of the UN in the same year ( resolution 2222 (XXI).
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“Bill of Rights doesn't give freedom to those who would kill it”
“A conservative among liberals, and a liberal among conservatives,” he was not consistently conservative enough for Republican President Warren G. Harding and he was not consistently liberal enough for Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt.
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Show Notes 08-16-16

Tuesday Show 8-16-16

Taxpayers on the Hook as Obamacare Exchanges Near the Edge of Collapse
The health insurance exchanges that are the beating heart of Obamacare are on the edge of collapse, with premiums rising sharply for ever narrower provider networks, non-profit health co-ops shuttering their doors, and even the biggest insurance companies heading for the exits amid mounting losses.
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New medical marijuana policy hinders researchers
Medical research on marijuana probably won't get any easier, experts say, despite a new government policy aimed at boosting the supply of the drug for medical studies.
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Why more black parents are home schooling their kids
Nikita Bush comes from a family of public school teachers: Her mom, aunts, uncles – nearly all of them have been involved in public education at some level. But her own teaching career ended, she says, “in heartbreak” when she had to make a decision about where her own child would go to school.
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Breaking: Hillary's VP pick has deep ties to radical Islam
Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, has deep ties to radical Islam. These ties have inexplicably evaded Federal investigation — which many believe stems from Muslim Brotherhood influence inside the Obama Administration.
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Hillary Clinton and Electoral Fraud
I would have voted for Hillary Clinton three months ago. I believed that our elections are just, verifiable, and democratic—but then discovered how easy it is to hack a voting machine without a trace.
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Monday, August 15, 2016

Show Notes 08-14-2016

Sunday Show 8-14-16

Obama economy rips doors off worlds largest store
Only two months ago, WND reported Macy’s stock had plunged precipitously after it summarily dropped its business connections to now-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump when he announced his bid for the White House.
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Fidel Castro lashes out at Obama on 90th birthday
Fidel Castro marked his 90th birthday Saturday with a long letter to Cubans that reiterated the former president's disdain for President Obama.
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Porn-Free Zone: McDonald’s Adopts ‘Friendly Wi-Fi’ to Protect Patrons from Smut
McDonald’s has recently started filtering the free Wi-Fi the company provides at most of its U.S. locations to protect patrons from pornography, sexual predation and cyberbullying.
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Violence erupts after police shooting in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — A standoff between police and an angry crowd turned violent Saturday night in the hours after a Milwaukee police officer shot and killed an armed suspect during a foot chase.
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Revealed: the new face of anti-terror policing in London
The heavily armed officers are part of a new wave of 600 highly trained marksmen deployed onto the streets of London.
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Survey: Canadians regretting Muslim refugees, believe mainstream Islam promotes violence
According to a new government survey to be released this week, the majority of those surveyed indicated their belief that Muslim immigrants hold “fundamentally different values” (including on the issue of women’s rights) and that “mainstream Islam promotes violence”.
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There’s growing opposition in India to plans for the nation’s first Shariah-compliant bank to open its doors, according to a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
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South Dakota farmers sue feds for rigging wetlands process
A husband and wife farming land in South Dakota that has been in their family for more than a century are suing the U.S. Department of Agriculture after the federal agency determined their land contained wetlands – by looking at another parcel 33 miles away.
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Friday, August 12, 2016

Show Notes 08-11-2016

Thursday Show 8-11-16

Citizenship Through Parents
There are two general ways to obtain citizenship through U.S. citizen parents, one at birth and one after birth but before the age of 18.  The term “parents” includes:  the genetic father, the genetic mother, and the non-genetic gestational mother, if she is the legal parent at the time of birth under the law of the relevant jurisdiction.
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'After School Satan' Clubs To Be Offered to Schools
“The Satanic Temple (TST) has announced that this coming school year (2016) will find their organization operating in elementary schools across the nation where they will be offering their new After School Satan Club program to students,” a TST press release says.
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Exit plan: University boss installs escape hatch following student protests
Nicholas Dirks, the school's chancellor, installed a $9,000 escape hatch in a hallway outside his office to "provide egress" if potential student protesters descend on the administration building, according to the campus newspaper, The Daily Californian.
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Roy Moore suspended from office: Alabama chief justice faces removal over gay marriage stance
For the second time in his career, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore faces charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and potential removal from office.
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Gay Hookup Ads on DC Metro ‘Conform with Our Board-Approved Ad Policy’
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) in Washington, D.C. is currently running an advertisement for, an app that helps homosexuals find hookup partners. But the WMATA  refuses to run religious or political ads.
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DOJ Bills JW $50k to Search for Nonexistent Records about Anti-Terrorism Coalition Launched by AG Loretta Lynch
So much for the public’s (free) right to know about government decisions and actions—the Department of Justice (DOJ) has slapped Judicial Watch with a startling $50,000 bill to search for public records the agency claims don’t exist.
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BAR Association targets Christians for discrimination
The American Bar Association has adopted a new rule it says will crack down on discriminatory conduct in the legal profession, but conservative critics warn the real goal is to silence views contrary to the group’s liberal orthodoxy on gender identity and sexual orientation and drum attorneys who hold those views out of business.
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Religious Liberty Expert: Uninformed Educators Are Mistakenly Suppressing Students’ Religious Rights
Educators in the nation’s public schools are mistakenly suppressing their students’ constitutionally-protected religious rights because they are afraid of doing something wrong, a religious liberty expert said at a a Family Research Council (FRC) event in Washington on Monday.
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