Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Show Notes

Saturday Show 9-16-17

5 Most Powerful Storms in Modern History
In the midst of the worst Hurricane season that the United States has faced in over a decade, we thought it might be worthwhile to take a look back at 5 of the most powerful storm in modern history.
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Kim Jong Un using Google earth to pinpoint missle targets
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un has apparently been using old Google earth photos to "pinpoint" his targets. The Independent reports that he’s been studying dated Google Earth images as he further develops his nuclear program.
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11-year-old Frank gets his wish to mow White House lawn, gets personal thank you from Trump
An 11-year-old boy from Virginia got his wish to mow the White House lawn after writing a letter to President Trump earlier this year. Press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted a photo of Frank Giaccio pushing a lawnmower in the Rose Garden early Friday.
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Judicial Watch: Total Obama Travel Costs So Far, $106 Million
Based on a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security, the government watchdog group Judicial Watch was able to obtain further travel records from the Secret Service, showing trip costs of $3.7 million that, combined with earlier travel records, reveal that travel expenses for President Barack Obama and his family have cost taxpayers, to date, $105,662,975.27.
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Protests, arrests fail to prevent author’s speech at Berkeley campus
Police made nine arrests, a large crowd of protesters rallied, and a nearby building was occupied, but otherwise Ben Shapiro’s speech Thursday night at the University of California Berkeley went off without the mayhem that has plagued recent conservative events.
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Police warn: Don’t take selfies with bears
In case people needed a reminder on how not to interact with wild animals, the Aspen Police Department issued a detailed press release reminding people not to use a bear sighting as a selfie-op.
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‘Racist anthem’ painted on Francis Scott Key statues
Mayor Catherine Pugh says she has no plans to remove the Francis Scott Key monument in Bolton Hill that was vandalized before dawn Wednesday and has directed art preservation experts to determine the cost of cleaning it.
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Rising: 30,567 Aliens Apprehended or Deemed Inadmissible on SW Border Last Month
Since April, the number of illegal aliens trying to get into the United States along the Southwest border has been steadily rising, reaching a total of 30,567 in August, a 22.5 percent increase from July and almost twice the 15,771 recorded in April, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.
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Amid DACA dilemma, schools strengthen protections toward immigrant students
Mixed signals from Washington over a possible agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants are increasing anxiety and confusion on college campuses, where the stakes are high.
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School warns ‘USA’ chant could send ‘unintended message
Controversy erupts at Vista Del Lago High School in Folsom over students chanting “USA.” It’s a popular way to for students to show pride during sporting events and rallies, but school and district officials are now warning students that the chants could appear inappropriate and intolerant.
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School Fining Students For Being Late To Class
Stansbury High School in Salt Lake City has started cracking down on kids who are chronically late. According to reports, the students will first receive a warning for being late. A second offense will bring a $3 fine. The penalty goes up to $5 if the student continues to be tardy.
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Monday, September 18, 2017

Show Notes 09-15-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-15-17

Alphabet Considers Lyft Investment of About $1 Billion
Alphabet Inc. has held conversations with Lyft Inc. about a potential investment in recent weeks, signalling strong support for Uber Technologies Inc.’s main U.S. competitor, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Bitcoin Crashes After Chinese Exchange Says It Will Halt Trading
Bitcoin fell for a fifth day, the longest losing streak in more than a year, after one of China’s largest online exchanges said it would stop handling trades by the end of the month amid a government crackdown on cryptocurrencies.
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Texas Governor has residents who lost permits to Harvey covered
Texas has a reputation as being a pretty gun-friendly state. In fact, if you were asked to name a state when someone says the word “gun,” chances are good that most folks would answer, “Texas.”
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More Judges Arming Up Following Recent Uptick In Violence Around Courthouses
The attempt on the life of Steubenville, OH Judge Joseph Bruzzese, Jr. may seem like an isolated even, but courthouses have been home to violence before. Just weeks earlier, an inmate stole a sheriff’s deputy’s weapon, killing the deputy and another officer before fleeing and eventually taking his own life.
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Planned Parenthood Teams up with Satanists to Promote Abortion in Missouri
Missouri has reportedly doubled its abortion capacity this year “thanks to the Satanic Temple and Planned Parenthood,” who have worked in tandem to fight the state’s restrictions on abortion.
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OK Cupid partners with planned parenthood to filter out pro-life users
Popular dating service OkCupid has partnered with Planned Parenthood to “enable daters to find folks who support” the abortion provider. OkCupid announced the partnership in an image posted on Twitter which read, “I would never date someone who doesn’t support Planned Parenthood.
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Sunday, September 10, 2017

The United States Was Called The United Colonies Until Sept. 9, 1776



Yesterday was a very important anniversary in our nation's history.

On Sept. 9, 1776, the Continental Congress formally changed the name of their new nation to the “United States of America,” rather than the “United Colonies,” which was in regular use at the time, according to History.com.
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Show Notes 09-09-2017

Saturday Show 9-9-17

Father of murdered Florida Mother reveals suspected killer was DACA recipient
The father of a Florida woman murdered outside a bar in Naples, Florida has revealed that the man who allegedly shot his daughter was a convicted illegal alien protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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Southwest staffer's surprise note comforts grieving mother
According to the Daily Mail, 48-year-old Tricia Belstra was on a Southwest Airlines flight from Colorado to Indiana to attend the funeral of her 25-year-old son Kyle who committed suicide in August after breaking up with his long-time girlfriend.
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Deputies must stand trial over home invasion
Two deputies in the Gillespie County, Texas, sheriff’s office stand trial on charges of unreasonable search and seizure after they staged a standoff with a local family, demanding to enter and inspect their home because of a tip from an unknown person.
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Woman with brain cancer who chose baby instead of chemotherapy has died
A Michigan woman who chose to forego cancer treatments that would have prolonged her life but ended her pregnancy died Saturday, three days after giving birth to her sixth child.
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Cheers for your first abortion?
In the wake of the 2015 videos exposing the horrific Planned Parenthood racket around dead baby parts, a gaggle of feminists created a social media campaign called #ShoutYourAbortion with the aim of dispelling all "sadness, shame, or regret" about abortions. One should shout about it with pride and even joke about it.
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New evidence backs Trump vote-Fraud claim
The discovery that more than 6,000 people used out-of-state driver’s licenses to vote in New Hampshire last November bolsters Donald Trump’s claim he lost the state because thousands of Massachusetts residents came in to vote.
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Feminist Icon Germaine Greer: ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner Woman of the Year Award is ‘Misogynist’
Feminist and best selling author Germaine Greer, who is considered one of the most influential women of the last 70 years, said that honoring Bruce "Caitlyn" Jenner with Glamour magazine's Women of the Year Award was "misogynist" because it essentially affirmed that a man, through surgery, can "be a better woman" than someone "who is just born a woman."
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Holocaust Museum removes study that critics say whitewashed Obama's Syria policy
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum officially removed a study Tuesday that whitewashed former President Barack Obama’s Syrian policy after Jewish and Syrian human rights groups criticized the report.
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Justice sides with baker in religious liberty case
The Justice Department on Thursday filed a brief supporting the Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple on faith-based grounds, in the latest religious freedom case to be considered before the nation's highest court.
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Catholic League to Durbin: Ever Questioned Faith of Non-Catholic Nominees?
In response to the grilling by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) of Appeals Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett about her Catholic faith during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, the Catholic League sent public letters to the senators asking if they have probed the faith of non-Catholic nominees in a similar way and, if so, to provide information on those exchanges.
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Demographic tables turn as white Christians now minority in US
The share of Americans who identify as white and Christian has dropped below 50 percent, a transformation fueled by immigration and by growing numbers of people who reject organized religion altogether, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
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Show Notes 09-08-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-8-17

UN rights experts criticize US failure to unequivocally reject racist violent events
The United Nations body monitoring implementation of the global convention on prohibiting racial discrimination has called on high-level politicians and public officials of the United States to unequivocally and unconditionally reject and condemn racist hate speech and crimes in Charlottesville and throughout the country.
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The Progression of Sharia and Jihad in Non-Muslim Countries – New Update
When politically correct, tolerant and culturally diverse societies agree to Muslim demands for their religious privileges, some of the other components tend to creep in as well. Here is how it works. As long as the Muslim population remains around or under 2% in any given country, they will be, for the most part, regarded as a peace-loving minority and not as a significant threat to other citizens.
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BREAKING: Appeals Court Rules Against Donald Trump Over Scope Of Travel Ban
The ninth circuit of the U.S. Appeals Court has reportedly ruled against President Donald Trump over the scope of his executive travel ban. Reuters reports, “U.S. appeals court rules against President Donald Trump over scope of travel ban.”
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Canada: Antifa threatens to “smash” conference opposing “anti-Islamophobia” motion
A conference entitled “M-103: Islamophobia Cure or Shariah Trap?” will take place in Toronto this Sunday. The event is organized by a group called Canadian Citizens for Charter Rights and Freedoms (C3RF).
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Sun Unleashes Monster Solar Flare, Strongest in a Decade
Early morning on Sept. 6, the sun released two powerful solar flares — the second was the most powerful in more than a decade.
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Water Molecules May Survive on the Moon's Surface All Day Long
Water may be bound to rocks across the moon's entire surface all day long, a new study finds. This finding suggests that large amounts of water molecules could be permanently present on the surface of the moon, the study's researchers said.
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Fake Facebook 'like' networks exploited code flaw to create millions of bogus 'likes'
A thriving ecosystem of websites that allow users to automatically generate millions of fake "likes" and comments on Facebook has been documented by researchers at the University of Iowa.
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FEC Dems renew bid to regulate Internet, Drudge, 'not done fighting'
They've repeatedly tried and failed to impose regulations on Internet political communications, possibily even media sites like the Drudge Report, but congressional testimony that unnamed Russians spent $100,000 for politically themed ads on Facebook is sparking a new bid by Democrats on the Federal Election Commission.
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‘Activist Mommy’ Banned from Twitter After Slamming Teen Vogue Editor for ‘Teaching Kids Sodomy’
Twitter has banned a woman for mocking a Teen Vogue editor who was honored after publishing an anal sex guide teaching young kids sodomy.
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Has Jerusalem ever known peace?
Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by the Babylonians in 587 B.C. on the date in the Jewish calendar 9th of Av, or Tisha B’Av. The Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans on the same date, Tisha B’Av, in 70 A.D.
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Sunday, September 03, 2017

Show Notes 09-02-2017

Saturday Show 9-2-17

Study: 80% of San Fran Bay Area Marijuana Poses Health Hazards, Such as Cancer
“The greatest threat standing in the way of California’s march toward legalized marijuana isn’t Attorney General Jeff Sessions or Big Pharma. It’s the cannabis industry itself,” San Francisco Magazine reports.
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2 million views and surging: Pro-Life testimony goes viral
It was filmed some time ago – with well beyond 2 million views – but the video testimony of a British comedienne explaining why she defied a doctor’s advice and refused a recommended abortion is making waves again.
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SPLC Says Army Bases Are Confederate Monuments That Need To Come Down
The Southern Poverty Law Center has declared three of America’s largest Army bases Confederate monuments “with the potential to unleash more turmoil and bloodshed” if activists don’t “take down” the Army bases.
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Experts debunk Irma post rumors; warn people about other potential fake forecasts
A fake Facebook post is making the rounds on social media. This post shows a track for Hurricane Irma barreling straight for the Texas coast. At first glance, it looks pretty believable, but a tweet from the National Weather Service Friday exposed the image as phony, saying among other things that the organization only forecasts storm information five days out.
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Pope Francis reveals for first time that he consulted a psychoanalyst to 'clarify a few things'
Pope Francis is believed to be the first Pope in history to have visited a psychoanalyst – or at least to have admitted to it. In a new book, he says that at the age of 42 – decades before he was made Pope - he went to a psychiatrist in Buenos Aires in his native Argentina for six months.
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US hands out first contracts for border wall prototypes
Four companies have been chosen to build prototypes for Donald Trump's planned border wall, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said. The four concrete prototypes will be 30ft (9m) long and up to 30ft tall, and will be built in the coming months.
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Letter: Comey’s Hillary case decision came before witnesses
Two Republican senators say they’ve reviewed evidence that indicates former FBI Director James B. Comey began drafting a statement to announce the closure of the bureau’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server months before key witnesses, including the former Democratic presidential candidate, were interviewed.
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Judge orders FBI to release Clinton probe details
A federal judge ordered the FBI on Thursday to disclose more details about how it handled its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret email account.
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U.S. Commander in Iraq: 'We Don't Get 20 Questions' From Trump White House
In a candid exchange with reporters on Thursday, the commanding general of coalition forces in Iraq expressed appreciation for President Donald Trump's approach to the military.
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Air Force’s Mysterious X-37B Space Plane to Launch Next Week
The U.S. Air Force’s covert X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle is scheduled to launch Sept. 7. For the first time, the experimental space plane will hitch a ride aboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the service announced Thursday.
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Mattis disputes reports of being at odds with Trump 
Where some see Defense Secretary Jim Mattis distancing himself from President Donald Trump on North Korea and other big issues, Mattis sees "someone's rather rich imagination" at work creating a conflict where he insists none exists.
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Stars who were fired from TV shows
In a Hollywood minute you can go from star of a hit show to unemployed. That was the case for several actors who got booted from successful television series. Here’s a list of seven stars who got fired from their TV shows.
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Show Notes 09-01-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-1-17

Look for Military Drones to Begin Replacing Police Helicopters by 2025
By 2025, enormous military-style drones – close relatives of the sort made famous by counterterrorism strikes in Afghanistan and Iraq – will be visible 2,000 feet above U.S. cities, streaming high-resolution video to police departments below.
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Illegals Take More from Government than They Pay
A report from the Center for Immigration Studies found that allowing illegal immigrants, who are predominantly low-skilled, to stay in the United States causes a net fiscal drain on the economy.
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Gohmert: Some GOP Leaders, Like Democrats, Obstructing Funding of Border Wall
House Representative Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), an Army veteran and former chief justice of the 12th Court of Appeals, said "some of the Republican leaders" in Congress are allies with obstructionist Democrats who do not want the U.S.-Mexico border wall funded, and they are trying to stop President Donald Trump because they fear if he gets the economy growing "like Reagan did," he will be "unstoppable."
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Illegal Aliens to Practice Law? – Revisited
The House of Delegates of the American Bar Association (ABA) — the quasi-official body for lawyers throughout the United States — has passed a resolution affirming its belief that "[i]mmigration status alone shouldn't bar lawyers from practice."
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Smithsonian-backed Arab American museum critical of Trump, Israel
An Arab American museum in Michigan backed by the Smithsonian Institution and several major philanthropists including former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is being called out in a new book for hosting anti-Trump and anti-Israel exhibits.
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Man who infiltrated ‘Muslim Mafia’ warns of American insurgency
The United States is under threat from shadowy jihadi groups, and the government is turning a blind eye. That’s the belief of Chris Gaubatz, a man who went undercover as a Muslim convert to gather intelligence on Muslim organizations in the United States.
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Peanut allergy cured in majority of children in immunotherapy trial
Australian researchers have made a breakthrough in the treatment of peanut allergy in children. A small clinical trial conducted at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has led to two-thirds of children treated with an experimental immunotherapy treatment being cured of their allergy.
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Video shows Utah nurse screaming, being handcuffed after refusing to take blood from unconscious victim
A nurse says she was assaulted and illegally arrested by a Salt Lake City police detective for following a hospital policy that does not allow blood draws from unconscious patients.
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The invention that shook the modern world
Mankind began the invention of “writing” around 3300 B.C. Western Civilization wrote on papyrus reeds from the Nile Delta, palm leaves, parchment from animal skins, and vellum from calfskin.
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