Tuesday, December 12, 2017

12-09-2017

Saturday Show 12-9-17

L.A. Approves Plan to Help Cannabis Convicts Open Pot Shops
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously passed a plan to help people convicted of marijuana crimes open, fund, and staff rent-free pot shops – and expunge their convictions.
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Bernie Sanders' wife's land deal still under FBI probe; witness recently questioned
A federal investigation launched in 2016 into possible bank fraud by Jane Sanders, wife of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, is still underway -- with “a potential” grand jury review possible.
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Texas father shoots, kills Popeye's robbery suspect who threatened family, police say
A father eating at a Popeye’s restaurant -- and carrying his licensed handgun -- shot a would-be robber dead Wednesday after the thief threatened the man's family at gunpoint and demanded the dad's belongings.
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Touring Mississippi civil rights museum, Trump honors those 'who sacrificed so much'
President Trump attended the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on Saturday, telling visitors the venue honors “the brave men and women who sacrificed so much” for freedom.
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Judge: Feds can discriminate against churches
Gray Miller, a federal judge in Texas, has ruled that the federal government can discriminate against churches whose congregations opened their facilities to government-aid programs that assisted Hurricane Harvey victims.
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Polar bears all over the place now, Native Alaskans say
To climate change fanatics, polar bears are the eye candy for the worldwide call for action on global warming.  There have been news reports about the sad shape they are in, with their coats going brown, their food supplies drying up, and their ice floes melting.  Conclusion: The bears are set to starve.
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Pentagon Announces First-Ever Audit Of The Department Of Defense
"The Defense Department is starting the first agency-wide financial audit in its history," the Pentagon's news service says, announcing that it's undertaking an immense task that has been sought, promised and delayed for years.
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Pearl Harbor Vet, 98, Shows Trump How It Was Done
Ninety-eight-year-old Pearl Harbor vet Mickey Ganitch got down into his three-point stance at the White House on Thursday to show how he was going to take it to the battleship Arizona team if war hadn't interrupted football on Dec. 7, 1941.
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Senators Attach VA Caregiver Expansion to 'Choice' Reform Plan
Military Update: The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has embraced a plan from Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to expand eligibility for Post-9/11 caregiver benefits to older generations of veterans and caregivers, attaching her bill to a legislative package whose centerpiece – reform of the Choice program – is seen as critical for Congress to pass, if not this month then by early next year.
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Monday, December 11, 2017

Show Notes 12-08-2017

Friday Show Notes 12-08-17

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is annually on December 7, commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii, during World War II. Many American service men and women lost their lives or were injured on December 7, 1941. National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is also referred to as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day.
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Medical marijuana users ‘have 30 days’ to turn in their guns, police say
If you use medical marijuana, you must turn in your guns. That’s according to the Honolulu Police Department, which has been sending out letters to legal users of medicinal weed that they must forfeit their weapons, as reported by multiple news organizations.
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House passes Interstate Concealed carry gun bill
A bill to allow gun owners with concealed-carry permits in one state to legally carry their weapons in any other state overwhelmingly passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday by a vote of 231-198 in the GOP-controlled chamber, including six Democrats who voted in support.
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Trump impeachment vote fails overwhelmingly
House Democrats overwhelmingly joined Republicans on Wednesday to defeat an attempt to impeach President Donald Trump. But 58 Democrats supported the bid to consider impeachment over the objections of House Democratic leaders, who viewed the measure as a distraction in a Republican-controlled Congress.
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Arpaio unable to cite evidence in case vs. Sen. Flake's son
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio was unable to cite any evidence on the witness stand Wednesday to back up his now-dismissed animal cruelty case against one of U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake's sons in the 2014 deaths of 21 dogs.
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Netanyahu: ‘All Countries That Seek Peace’ Should Follow Trump’s Example on Jerusalem; No Takers Yet
Welcoming President Trump’s momentous Jerusalem policy shift, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Wednesday urged other countries to follow suit, although there was little sign of any immediate steps to do so.
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Young people say calling them a ‘Snowflake’ damages their mental health
A new survey by insurance firm Aviva found that 72 percent of 16 to 24-year-olds believe the term “snowflake” is unfairly applied to millennials. 74 percent of respondents took it a step farther, arguing that they believe the use of the label could have a negative effect on young people’s mental health.
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Harvard: Millennials now biggest voting group in U.S., 2-1 Democratic
A new Harvard University poll Tuesday is blaring a loud danger signal to the Republican Party after finding that millennials are now the largest generation of voters and they are overwhelmingly Democratic, by a two-to-one margin.
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Monday, December 04, 2017

Show Notes 12-02-2017

Saturday Show 12-2-17

The only super moon of the year will rise Sunday evening
The only super moon of 2017 will appear in a sky near you Sunday night ... weather permitting. Bigger and brighter than a typical full moon, the term “supermoon” was coined in 1979 by astrologer Richard Nolle.
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Some restaurants steadfast in NFL boycott over anthem kneelers
Restaurants across the country are in full swing every Sunday dishing out classic American fare during football games. Just don't expect to actually watch those games at some establishments.
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You can’t even buy ice cream these days without Left-Wing messaging
You’d be hard-pressed today to even buy a pint of ice cream without having a political statement thrown in your face. Take Ben & Jerry’s, for example.
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FBI opens domestic terrorism probe of ANTIFA anarchists
Federal domestic terrorism investigators are probing “a number of” people animated by “kind of an Antifa ideology,” FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers Thursday.
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Trump isn’t welcome in UK after sharing far-right videos, London mayor says
The mayor of London has called on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel any plans for an official visit by U.S. President Donald Trump. The U.S. leader caused outrage in Britain on Wednesday after he used his Twitter account to share anti-Islam videos from a U.K. far-right group.
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This is Government Health Care - discounted medicines for hospitals, but no discounts for you. Enough!
It is no secret that federal health programs are growing at an unwieldy and ultimately cataclysmic rate. ObamaCare, Medicaid expansion, growing entitlements and new mandates are all contributing to the unchecked expansion of government controlled health care and the increasing liability for taxpayers.
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Quit starving injured patients activist for handicapped pleads
The brother of Terri Schiavo is calling for the American medical and legal communities to stop using the term “persistent vegetative state” to describe the condition of seriously injured patients like his sister, whose high-profile case in Florida drew the intervention of Gov. Jeb Bush and President George W. Bush.
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Trump Invokes ‘Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’ at Christmas Tree Lighting
Presiding over the annual lighting of the national Christmas tree on Thursday night, President Trump highlighted the season’s Christian message, invoking “our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” and a life that “forever changed the course of human history.”
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Archdiocese Sues D.C. Bus Transit Over Christmas Ad -- 'Clear Violation of Free Speech'
The Catholic archdiocese of Washington, D.C. filed a lawsuit in federal court today challenging the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's (WMATA) advertising guidelines because the group rejected a Christmas season ad that reads, "Find the Perfect Gift," and which shows several shepherds in sihouette.
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Soros Propaganda pushed in Baptists’ tweet 
An organization that is partly funded by George Soros, the billionaire supporter of anti-American social causes, has been promoted in a Twitter statement from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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Township’s Mosque appeasement case hits huge snag
A deal that many viewed as a $3.5 million appeasement payment to a mosque project has hit a huge snag, with a lawsuit claiming that the meeting at which township officials approved the settlement of an earlier lawsuit was illegal.
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Show Notes 12-01-2017

Friday Show Notes 12-1-17

Cliven Bundy refuses to leave jail amid ongoing trial
Cliven Bundy, the 71-year-old rancher who sparked a national debate over states’ rights, refused a federal judge’s offer to be released from jail during his ongoing trial on Wednesday.
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Repeal of Obama era Net Neutrality means free and open Internet
On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to roll back Obama-era Internet regulations, a move that one commissioner tells WND and Radio America will reinvigorate broadband innovation and reduce the government’s influence over the Internet while keeping important consumer protections in place.
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While eyes are on Russia, Sessions dramatically reshapes the Justice Department
For more than five hours, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sat in a hearing room on Capitol Hill this month, fending off inquiries on Washington’s two favorite topics: President Trump and Russia.
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University demands people be warned about seeing a cross
World War II servicemen barely out of high school were buried under crosses as were troops who served in Korea and Vietnam. But now, one American university says that just seeing crosses can cause “emotional trauma.”
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HIV-Positive School Aide Charged With Sexual Offenses Against 42 Kids -- Liberal Media Silent
Carlos Bell, a 30-year-old former school aide and track coach at two of Maryland's public schools, who is HIV-positive,  has been charged with 206 criminal counts, most of which involved the sexual abuse or exploitation of 42 children from those schools.
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Prof calls for ‘Black Xmas’ to 'disrupt' ‘white capitalism’ 
A California State University-Los Angeles professor is urging Americans to participate in a “Black Xmas” by divesting from “white corporations” and fighting “White Capitalism.”
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White House releases 'explosive' tally of green cards issued in 'chain migration'
For the first time, the White House said, the federal government has counted the green cards issued between 2005 and 2015 to migrants admitted through family preference, or as immediate relatives of migrants already admitted into the country in perhaps the fullest portrait of “chain migration” ever developed.
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Feds Plan Nationwide Operation Targeting Food Service Chain Over Undocumented Workers
Federal agents are planning to conduct a major worksite enforcement operation at a national food service chain in the coming weeks, according to an internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) document reviewed by The Daily Beast.
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DOJ files arrest warrant for illegal immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle case
The Department of Justice unsealed an arrest warrant Friday for Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, the illegal immigrant acquitted Thursday in Kate Steinle’s murder trial.
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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Show Notes 11-25-2017

Saturday Show 11-25-17

ESPN employees try to escape sinking ship
Thanksgiving week is here, and many inside ESPN are giving special thanks for jobs they hope will last past the holidays.
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Girl Scouts warn parents about forcing kids to hug relatives for the holidays
Girl Scouts of the USA issued a warning to parents this holiday season, asking them to think twice before forcing their daughters to hug relatives at gatherings.
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Expert: ICC Has No Jurisdiction to Investigate Alleged Crimes by US Troops in Afghanistan
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has no jurisdiction to investigate alleged wrongdoing by U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and the Trump administration should not cooperate with the tribunal, a Heritage Foundation scholar argued this week.
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Republicans flee from McConnell in 2018 primaries
Heading into the 2018 elections, only one Republican Senate candidate nationwide has pledged unequivocally to back Mitch McConnell as majority leader.
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S&P 500 closes above 2,600 for first time as Street bets on strong holiday shopping season
The S&P 500 hit record highs, rising 0.2 percent to 2,602.42 with information technology as the best-performing sector. Macy's was among the best-performing stocks in the index. The S&P 500 also closed above 2,600 for the first time.
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Seattle’s income tax on wealthy illegal judge rules
Seattle’s income tax on wealthy households failed its first legal test Wednesday, with a King County Superior Court ruling that the measure is illegal.
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U.K. officially fallsout of  world’s top 5 economies
During Wednesday’s Budget, Philip Hammond, in a series of statements aimed at highlighting the strength and health of the British economy, admitted that the country has slipped to sixth spot, trailing France. The other four countries that make up the leaderboard are the US, China, Japan and Germany.
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NASA's fake news’ about water on Mars'
It was big news in 2015 when NASA declared “liquid water found in Mars.”
Now, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, the announcement that Mars contains large amounts of water was premature.
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New Hole in Sun's Atmosphere Lets Particles Spew Out
A large, dark "hole" has opened up in the sun's atmosphere, allowing solar winds to rush out into space. NASA's  captured this ultraviolet image of the coronal hole on Nov. 8, with the space agency releasing the image Monday (Nov. 20).
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Mall of America looks like Somalia
Actor James Woods has a special knack for riling up Democrats and he has done it again with a tweet in which he posted a video of Muslims filing into the Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.
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4chan Launches “Operation Swedistan” In A Last Ditch Attempt To Save Sweden
Hot off the heels of their stunningly successful It’s Ok To Be White campaign. Which managed to stir up both outrage and national media attention in multiple countries round the world.
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Muslims suing cafe lose anonymity
Several Muslim women who are suing a California restaurant for discrimination – and face a countersuit for trespass – have lost their right to be anonymous in their complaint.
http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/muslims-suing-cafe-lose-anonymity/

Show Notes 11-24-2017

Friday Show Notes 11-24-17

Clinton mega-donor dies of gunshot wound to head
A wealthy Democratic mega-donor who co-founded the Ready for Hillary PAC, which helped launch Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for the White House, has died of a gunshot wound to the head after “a sudden onset and battle with a mental health issue,” his family says.
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Louisiana Sheriff Offers ‘First Gun Course’ for Kids Ahead of Christmas
On Christmas morning, a number of children will wake up to find their first gun, whether it be an air gun, a shotgun or a hunting rifle, nestled under the tree.
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Uber Driver Shoots Attacker In The Leg
While violent crime is decreasing all across the nation, it’s not a time for people to take their personal safety for granted. It still behooves you to carry a firearm and be prepared to utilize it in self-defense should the need arise.
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A Thanksgiving Proclamation by President George Washington
On Oct. 3, 1789, America's first president, George Washington, issued a proclamation declaring Nov. 26, 1789 as "a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God.…"
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US General in Afghanistan: From 2011 to 2016, ‘The Enemy Believed … We Had Lost Our Will’
Five years of “telegraphing” to the Taliban that U.S. and coalition forces were leaving Afghanistan prompted the enemy to believe “we had lost our will,” the top U.S. military officer leading the campaign there said Monday.
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A Marine and his dog’s unconventional journey from Afghanistan to ‘stubborn positivity’
A Marine deployed to a remote part of Afghanistan, Grossi was well aware that he shouldn’t befriend the short-legged, white-furred, innately well-behaved dog. For safety reasons, Marines are warned against buddying up to animals; if caught, the pup could be put down.
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Vietnam veteran keeps longtime promise to late fellow Marine
VA veteran and his fellow Marine made a pact while serving together in Vietnam -- and kept it for nearly five decades. Master Sgt. William H. Cox said he and fellow Marine First Sgt. James T. Hollingsworth made a promise to one another in a bunker in the Marble Mountains of Vietnam in 1969, Greenville News reported.
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Trump banishing Obama’s memos, regulations
Under the Obama administration, the White House, the Department of Justice and other federal agencies repeatedly circumvented Congress by using guidance memos to create de facto regulations, changing laws without going through the review process.
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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Show Notes 11-18-2017

Saturday Show 11-18-17

The big list of 149 Trump accomplishments continued
North Korea: In August, the U.S. initiated a resolution in the U.N. Security Council establishing sanctions that would cut North Korea’s export revenue by a third. Another resolution passed Sept. 11 with new sanctions.
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IKEA glass tables are shattering spontaneously
People all over the country are complaining that their glass tables have shattered spontaneously, sometimes when there's no one in the room. And even popular brands like IKEA are not immune.
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EU Countries Sign Up to New Europe-Wide Defense Cooperation Plan; NATO Unfazed
A majority of European Union countries have signed up to a plan to establish an E.U.-wide joint defense cooperative, in a bid to strengthen European unity and reduce dependence on NATO.
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WWII veteran calls for help and dies as nurses laugh, video shows
A hidden video from 2014 showed nurses laughing as a World War II veteran repeatedly called for help and died while in their care.
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Did Cuba just successfully invade Venezuela?
The island nation still has a failed economy — the small number of citizens who own cars tend to drive antiques — it has little influence on the international scene and relations with its northern neighbor, the U.S., are still strained at best.
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