Monday, August 31, 2015

Show Notes 08-30-15

Sunday show 08-30-15

Marijuana bars, budtender, growing trend at weddings
These newlyweds are going to pot. John Elledge and Whitney Alexander’s wedding earlier this month in Oregon featured a smoke tent – complete with 13 different strains of marijuana that guests could sample with the help of a budtender.
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Hillary for prison signs keep getting stolen in the Hamptons
This Hamptonite wants Hillary Rodham Clinton behind bars — and had to put his signs saying so behind an electric fence. Andy Sabin’s first “Hillary for Prison 2016” signs lasted little more than a day before they were stolen from in front of his Amagansett home last week. So Sabin took steps to make sure the placards were secure.
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Christian movie among best ever
Actress Karen Abercrombie as Miss Clara in “War Room,” the new, Christian film – yes, a Christian film! – from the Kendrick brothers (makers of “Fireproof” and “Facing the Giants”), is an absolute revelation.
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When the wells run dry: California drought forcing some families to live in 'Third-World-type conditions'
Looking for water to flush his toilet, Tino Lozano pointed a garden hose at some buckets in the bare dirt of his yard. It's his daily ritual now in a community built by refugees from Oklahoma's Dust Bowl. But only a trickle came out; then a drip, then nothing more.
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Foes dive for discarded records in abortion clinic dumpsters
The scene in front of abortion clinics is often tense, with clinic workers escorting patients past activists waving signs and taking photographs. But increasingly, another drama is unfolding out back. There, abortion opponents dig through the trash in search of patient information.
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Feds fighting to keep cash seized from person never charged with crime
Federal prosecutors are battling in court to keep $167,000 in cash seized in a 2013 traffic stop, despite the motorist never being charged in the incident and the Obama administration clamped down this spring on such asset seizures and forfeitures.
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Obamacare Mandate: Sterilize 15-Year-Old Girls for Free--Without Parental Consent
Thanks to an Obamacare regulation that took effect on Aug. 1, health care plans in Oregon will now be required to provide free sterilizations to 15- year-old girls even if the parents of those girls do not consent to the procedure.
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With new chip credit cards on way here's what consumers need to know
Instead of swiping our plastic, we'll be able to slide or dip our chip-equipped credit cards at chip-enabled terminals at the register. You might see the new way of doing things as soon as the next time you shop at Target or another big retailer.
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Friday, August 28, 2015

Brian Bonner's plan to take Our Republic back!

For those who do not listen to my radio show, I spent 10 years trying to figure out how to get back to the Constitutional Republic given to us by those who created the Constitution, without bloodshed and this is what I came up with:

We need to take back our local and State governments with true Constitutional Conservatives. I am talking from the school boards and town councils all the way to the Governor of the State. We the people have to get off our backsides and find Constitution minded candidates, convince them to run and help them get elected. We the people have been asleep behind the wheel for too long. Once we achieve this, the State re-asserts their Constitutional Sovereignty and tells the federal government we will no longer follow your unconstitutional mandates, give you unconstitutional money, take money from you and we do not care what the courts think.

We, the States, created you to serve our needs and not the other way around. There are no "implied powers" in the Constitution. The states then purge their courts of those who have served in bad behavior and once enough states are taken back we hold an article 5 convention and make the Constitution CRYSTAL CLEAR, including stating the courts will use natural law as found in Emerich de Vatell's Law of Nations and place limitations on the courts.

We then purge the federal courts of those who have served in bad behavior and replace them with people who understand that the role of the court is to look at the original intent of the legislators who created the law and apply it to the person or situation in front of them, not re-interpret the law. Next we get rid of all the unconstitutional laws and bureaucracy that were created and phase out all government entitlement programs. Anything we want to keep we have to amend the Constitution to keep them. Like we need the Air Force, but this requires an amendment. This puts the general government back into it's Constitutional box.

Speaking of the military, no standing army, we have the militia, we the people and the organized militia, the National Guard and the Navy, with Marines, Seals and planes. I would pull ALL our military back home and close all over seas bases. Obviously the Navy would still patrol. We would revert the National Guard back to the States as the State Guard and use the individual border State Guards to secure our borders and build the dang fence with gun turrets, unmanned drones, and seismic sensors. The Air Force would have bases here in the USA to protect us.

Now we have our liberty back without a bloody revolution. Sending people to Washington will only slow the train wreck down, they will not and cannot dismantle the federal government from within, but the States do have the power, so do “We The People”

Show Notes 08-27-15

Thursday show 08-27-15

Florida gun range add restaurant, alcohol
Daytona Beach Florida city commissioners have given approval to an indoor shooting range that includes a restaurant that sells alcoholic beverages.
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Gun rights advocate: “We don't have a gun problem we don't teach respect for life
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) was calling for new gun control laws on Wednesday, even before the man who killed a reporter and cameraman on live television was in custody.
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Happy National Toilet Paper Day!
The only time you think about toilet paper may be when there's a two for one deal in the grocery store, but now, like all things, there's a day devoted to TP.
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White House proclaims today women equality day
The White House is declaring Wednesday Women’s Equality Day to mark 95 years since women won the right to vote under the 19th Amendment.
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National dog day
Although we have been celebrating National Dog Day on August 26th for the last 11 years, this year it was brought to our attention that National Dog Day was drawing focus away from Women's Equality Day.
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China's ownership of US government debt peaked in 2013
Although entities in mainland China remained the largest foreign owners of U.S. government debt, according to the latest data published by the U.S.
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Defense official: China grabs 50 percent more land through man made islands
China has built up and reclaimed even more land in the South China Sea than previously thought -- with an archipelago of man-made islands now spanning 2,900 acres, according to a new Pentagon report released Friday.
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Higher Learning: Colorado county mulls scholarship pot tax
Talk about higher learning. A Colorado county may create the world's first public college scholarship program funded with marijuana money. Pueblo County is considering a 5 percent excise tax on marijuana growers, with half the proceeds designated to a scholarship fund that boosters say would be the first of its kind.
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HHS spending 42 million to preserve Native American languages
Health and Human Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced last week that the agency is spending $4.2 million in “funding awards” to “enhance native language revitalization efforts.”
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Mormons keep affiliation to Boy Scouts despite gay leaders
The Mormon church announced Wednesday it will maintain its longtime affiliation with the Boy Scouts despite the organization's decision to allow gay troop leaders — preventing what would have been a thundering blow to the national association.
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Monday, August 24, 2015

Show Notes 08-23-2015

Sunday show 08-23-15

Amid Declining Participation, USDA's School Lunch Program Embraces 'Cultural Inclusion'
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 changed the nutrition requirements for school lunches and breakfasts, but the U.S. Agriculture Department says the law also gives schools the flexibility to prepare meals that are "familiar to kids from culturally diverse backgrounds."
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CONGRESSMAN SPANKS COLLEGES FOR CENSORING STUDENTS
“The First Amendment prohibits the government, including government public colleges and universities, from infringing on free speech and the free exercise of religion,” says a new letter dispatched to educational the institutions by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., the head of the House Judiciary Committee.
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Popular novelist vs feminists: “There's no way to make myself not male”
Jonathan Franzen, the popular author of "The Corrections" and other books, has come under fire from feminists. "Purity," Franzen's forthcoming novel, features a radical feminist character who forces her husband to sit down when he uses the bathroom to atone for his maleness.
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U.S. Government Made ‘Humanized’ Mice With Tissue from Babies 17- to 22-Weeks Gestational Age
A group of government researchers working for a National Institutes of Health laboratory in Montana made “humanized mice” by implanting the mice with tissues cut from human livers and thymuses taken from babies at 17 to 22 weeks gestational age.
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New York City, the R Rated Version
On a crowded pedestrian plaza in Times Square, half a dozen topless women pose for pictures with passers-by. The only thing concealing their breasts is red, white and blue body paint.
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Britain and France crack down on economic migrants
Britain and France on Thursday announced tougher security tools to guard the Channel Tunnel, a new joint police command to target human traffickers and 10 million euros ($11.2 million) in new British government money to help asylum seekers — and send others back home.
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How splitting a church 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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Can tech turn moon into world's biggest billboard?
Japanese sports drink company Pocari Sweat is tapping into the moon’s immense advertising potential with its ambitious plan to land the drink on the moon’s surface.
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Stairway to the stars: Company receives patent for 'space elevator'
Like something out of "The Jetsons," Canadian firm Thoth Technology has been granted a U.S. patent for a space elevator. The proposed "freestanding space tower" would reach a little over 12 miles above the Earth, according to an announcement from the company.
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Friday, August 21, 2015

Show Notes 08-20-2015

Thursday show 08-20-15

A Fighting Force
Since the Air Force Nurse Corps emerged from the Army Nurse Corps in July 1949, Air Force nursing service personnel have excelled in providing dedicat- ed care to their customers.
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Army kicking out decorated Green Beret who stood up for Afgan rape victim 
The U.S. Army is kicking out a decorated Green Beret after an 11-year Special Forces career, after he got in trouble for shoving an Afghan police commander accused of raping a boy and beating up his mother when she reported the incident.
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Army dog reunited with handler after being abandoned 
It has been almost four years since U.S. Army Specialist Tyler Roberts has seen a teammate he spent every day with while serving in Afghanistan. That changed Wednesday night.
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Half of critical positions open at some VA hospitals
One in three jobs are vacant at nine of the nation’s regional Veterans Affairs health care systems, leaving veterans waiting weeks to get care.
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Greek prime minister says he is resigning, calls for early elections 
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced Thursday that he will resign, clearing the way for elections next month as Greece deals with its ongoing debt crisis. Tspiras made the announcement Thursday night, as the country began tapping into a new bailout deal meant to ensure its financial future.
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Planned Parenthood honors journalists amid near blackout over undercover videos
Journalists may be ignoring the firestorm surrounding a series of damning undercover Planned Parenthood videos, but the beleaguered abortion provider is not turning its back on the fourth estate.
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For Nevada pot businesses, it's not all money in the bank 
With one medical marijuana dispensary open in Sparks and another opening before the end of the month in Reno, marijuana establishments are gaining traction in Nevada.
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 NPR Reports on Illegal Aliens Who ‘Identify As Americans’
A reporter with National Public Radio said on Thursday that young men living in the United States illegally “identify as Americans" because they have been in the country since they were children.
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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Show Notes 08-16-2015

Sunday show 08-16-15

Hottest ticket in Washington?
It's for the pope at Capitol Rep. Peter Welch's sister, Maureen, had better intelligence than the five-term Vermont congressman about Pope Francis' upcoming trip to the United States and his historic address to Congress.
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Pizzeria apologizes over ‘racist’ Pic-a-Nika pizza menu item
A New York City pizzeria has apologized after it debuted new menu item with a name many call racist. Pizza by Certé created a “Pic-a-Nika” pie topped with Southern fried chicken, sea-salted watermelon, and a sunflower seed crust -- sparking anger among customers and those on social media, reports PIX 11.
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Four Florida teens arrested in carjacking, kidnapping of federal agent
Four high school students have been arrested in the carjacking and kidnapping of a Texas border patrol agent who was vacationing with his family in Florida authorities said.
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Matisyahu responds to music festival's cancellation of show after pressure from anti-Israel group
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is now causing a rift in reggae. A music festival in Spain has canceled the performance of American Jewish rapper Matisyahu due to pressure from the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement and because the artist wouldn’t sign a pledge supporting the Palestinian state.
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Alabama church opens gun range ‘in the name of Jesus Christ’
Praise the Lord . . . and pass the ammunition. An Alabama church has opened a gun range behind its sanctuary as an extension of its fellowship, WIAT reports.
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Super cold, slew of snow in Old Farmer's Almanac forecast
Just when you thought you had gotten over last winter, be warned: The Old Farmer's Almanac predicts it will be super cold with a slew of snow for much of the country, even in places that don't usually see too much of it, like the Pacific Northwest.
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EPA Administrator: Climate Change Affects ‘Our Ability to Earn a Decent Living’
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy said on Tuesday that climate change affects “everything and everyone we love,” including our ability to secure a livelihood.
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Zoo discovers 150 alligators, crocodiles living in Toronto home
The founder of a Canadian zoo had a hard time believing owners of a Toronto home were living with 150 large alligators and crocodiles until he discovered it wasn’t just another reptilian urban myth.
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Drones Spook Bears
Bears apparently find UFOs unbearable — airborne robots and other unidentified flying objects can make bear hearts beat four times faster, researchers say.
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Friday, August 14, 2015

Show Notes 08-13-2015

Thursday show 08-13-15

Connecticut On Its Latest Cash Grab: It’s Not Greed When We Do It
Those possessing the anti-capitalist mentality — so ascendant in our culture today — often critique market actors as being solely motivated by “greed.” Surely economic systems based on nobler motivations, they say, would better promote the long-run interests of the planet.
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In Greece, Reliance on Public Funds Is the Central Problem
The main puzzle behind Greece is simple from a praxeological standpoint — you get more of what you subsidize and less of what you tax. Greece, being a nation with a high tax rate on production and a high subsidy rate on public assistance, will generate a population that finds greater preference toward public assistance and away from productive labor.
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Rush: orders from GOP donors to take out Trump
On Friday, Limbaugh began by telling listeners how, on the day of Thursday’s debate, he had learned “that big-time Republican donors had ordered to take out Donald Trump in the debate last night.”
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Lerner brands Republicans evil and dishonest in newly released emails
Newly released emails from Lois Lerner show the former IRS official at the heart of the Tea Party targeting scandal calling Republican critics “evil and dishonest,” and even “hateful.”
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Three more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault
The list of women accusing comedian and actor Bill Cosby of sexual assault grew by three Wednesday, as two actresses and a former airline stewardess made their allegations public.
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Six cultures' favorite junk foods
When many people think of Americans, visuals of potato chip-crusted couch surfers come to mind. But we're not the only country with a penchant for junk food. For every Dorito, Twinkie, Slim Jim and Pop Tart in America, there's an ethnic equivalent in another country. Take a look at how the rest of the world snacks.
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