Monday, July 27, 2015

Show Notes 07-26-15

Sunday show 07-26-15

GOP Senators lead push to allow States to impose Internet sales tax
Republicans in the Senate are leading efforts to pass legislation that would allow the states to impose a sales tax on online transactions. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) has proposed the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), which would allow states to "collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales.”
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Seattle Mayor endorses plan to develop Sharia compliant mortgages
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has endorsed a recommendation by his affordable housing committee to develop Sharia-compliant mortgages as a way to help Muslims buy homes.
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Conservatives speak out against Federal mandatory minimum sentencing
Conservatives gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday to lay claim to the issue of reforming the United States criminal system, including ending the minimum mandatory sentencing laws that were passed by the Democrat majority in Congress three decades ago.
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Conservative groups offer alternative to new wave of political correctness on campuses
A new wave of progressivism and political correctness in U.S. schools -- highlighted by “trigger warnings” and “safe zones” -- has conservative groups fighting back on campuses across the country, saying “students need to get both sides of the story.”

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Stephen Hawking: Intelligent Aliens Could Destroy Humanity, But Let's Search Anyway
This week, famed physicist Stephen Hawking helped launch a major new effort to search for signs of intelligent alien life in the cosmos, even though he thinks it's likely that such creatures would try to destroy humanity.

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Guidelines for LGBT Refugee Resettlement Include ‘LGBT-Affirming Places of Worship’
The Obama administration has introduced homosexual rights policies across federal agencies, including at the Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement website, which links to a guide that rates placement providers and communities on LGBT-friendly services, including having “culturally competent mental health providers” and “LGBT-affirming places of worship.”
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Satanic Temple sees Arkansas as possible monument location
An Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling that will rid the Capitol grounds of a religious monument has simultaneously scuttled the plans of a group advocating for a Satanic statue there, and they now hope to enshrine the deity outside the Arkansas Statehouse.
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USA contraception ruling
The state of Washington can require a pharmacy to deliver medicine even if the pharmacy's owner has a religious objection, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday, the latest in a series of judgments on whether religious believers can opt out of providing services.
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Show Notes 07-26-15

Sunday show 07-26-15

GOP Senators lead push to allow States to impose Internet sales tax
Republicans in the Senate are leading efforts to pass legislation that would allow the states to impose a sales tax on online transactions. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) has proposed the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), which would allow states to "collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales.”
Read More

Seattle Mayor endorses plan to develop Sharia compliant mortgages
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has endorsed a recommendation by his affordable housing committee to develop Sharia-compliant mortgages as a way to help Muslims buy homes.
Read More

Conservatives speak out against Federal mandatory minimum sentencing
Conservatives gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday to lay claim to the issue of reforming the United States criminal system, including ending the minimum mandatory sentencing laws that were passed by the Democrat majority in Congress three decades ago.
Read More

Conservative groups offer alternative to new wave of political correctness on campuses
A new wave of progressivism and political correctness in U.S. schools -- highlighted by “trigger warnings” and “safe zones” -- has conservative groups fighting back on campuses across the country, saying “students need to get both sides of the story.”

Read More

Stephen Hawking: Intelligent Aliens Could Destroy Humanity, But Let's Search Anyway
This week, famed physicist Stephen Hawking helped launch a major new effort to search for signs of intelligent alien life in the cosmos, even though he thinks it's likely that such creatures would try to destroy humanity.

Read More

Guidelines for LGBT Refugee Resettlement Include ‘LGBT-Affirming Places of Worship’
The Obama administration has introduced homosexual rights policies across federal agencies, including at the Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement website, which links to a guide that rates placement providers and communities on LGBT-friendly services, including having “culturally competent mental health providers” and “LGBT-affirming places of worship.”
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Satanic Temple sees Arkansas as possible monument location
An Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling that will rid the Capitol grounds of a religious monument has simultaneously scuttled the plans of a group advocating for a Satanic statue there, and they now hope to enshrine the deity outside the Arkansas Statehouse.
Read More

USA contraception ruling
The state of Washington can require a pharmacy to deliver medicine even if the pharmacy's owner has a religious objection, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday, the latest in a series of judgments on whether religious believers can opt out of providing services.
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Friday, July 24, 2015

Show Notes 07-23-2015

Thursday show 07-23-15

11 strange facts you didn't know about the first Moon landing
You would expect that when NASA asks you to be the first man to walk on the Moon that they would consider the possibility of things going wrong. Well for Neil Armstrong he couldn’t afford the life insurance policy for an astronaut. However, along with Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin he wasn’t alone.
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Summer is so bad here that cops 'arrest' weathermen
Fed-up police in the Canada's Newfoundland and Labrador have become so desperate about the lack of good weather in recent weeks that they have issued a plea to locate the missing season.
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Ancient Amazon Rain forest Was Once Used for Agriculture
The Amazon rainforest, often thought to have been pristine wilderness before the modern era, was once domesticated, and was reclaimed by the wild only in recent centuries, research increasingly suggests.
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Uber has hilarious comeback to NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio
In reaction to a NYC bill, Uber has done something to push back in a way that is both unique and hilarious. The bill seeks to limit the amount of new drivers transportation companies can hire and, thus, severely limit the growth of alternative transport businesses such as Uber.
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Residents sue Seattle saying new trash rules violate privacy
Environmental goals about garbage in this and other like-minded cities increasingly come down to three words: Throw less away. So Seattle residents are given different bins to put out on the curb — one for yard and food waste, another for recycling — and are encouraged to use ever-tinier cans for the stuff that really is trash.
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Hoyer: 'I Reject Any Premise that Planned Parenthood is Harvesting Fetal Organs, or Body Parts'
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said he rejected the “premise that Planned Parenthood is harvesting fetal organs” at his weekly pen-and-pad meeting with reporters on Tuesday.
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Quiz: Who signed all 4 founding-documents?
He was the only person to sign all four of America’s founding documents:
Articles of Association – 1774
Declaration of Independence – 1776
Articles of Confederation – 1777
U.S. Constitution – 1787
Who was he? Roger Sherman.
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Obama admin looks to ban some Social Security recipients from owning guns
Obama looks to ban Social Security recipients from owning guns
The Obama administration wants to keep people collecting Social Security benefits from owning guns if it is determined they are unable to manage their own affairs, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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Monday, July 20, 2015

Show Notes 07-19-2015

Sunday show 7-19-15

Feds halt illegal immigration in Chinese restaurants
Despite the ongoing flood of illegal aliens pouring across the Mexican border and the alarming increase in the importation of Muslim refugees into the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department are focusing illegal immigration enforcement efforts on Asian restaurants in State College, Pennsylvania, the home of Penn State University.
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Trump won't apologize to McCain, suggests backlash led by trailing GOP rivals
Donald Trump on Sunday declined to apologize for his comments about war veteran and Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain, suggesting the backlash is being fueled by fellow Republican presidential candidates trailing him in the polls.
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Confederate flag demand has Alabama company 'absolutely swamped'
When the controversy over the Confederate flag erupted last month, the owner of a Huntsville flag company said her business would make the flags even if no one else would.
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Charlie Hebdo will no longer draw Muhammad
“Charlie Hebdo” has bid adieu to drawing Muhammad.
The top editor and publisher of the French satirical weekly said his publication would no longer draw cartoons of the Muslim prophet, telling German magazine “Stern” that he did not want to believe his organization “was possessed by Islam.”
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IOUs for RIPs: Greece's cash crisis creates hardships for funeral homes and mourning families
Greece's cash crisis has disrupted all aspects of daily life — death included.
Greek funeral homes are struggling to cope with banking restrictions that limit customers to taking out only 60 euros ($65) a day in cash. Even a modest funeral service in Greece costs more than 15 times that, in a country that traditionally carries out funerals shortly after death and pays for them almost entirely in cash.
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Company Buying Aborted Baby Body Parts From Planned Parenthood: “We’re Proud” Of Doing It
Earlier this week, the Center for Medical Progress has released a video of Planned Parenthood’s top doctor, Deborah Nucatola, discussing their negotiations with a business called Stem Express that purchases aborted babies’ body parts for experimentation.
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22-year-old college student blows her $90,000 college fund and blames her parents
Atlanta radio show “The Bert Show” had a guest on this week who has managed to incite the rage of just about every millennial in the state of Georgia (and beyond, the show is syndicated in 11 states).
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Proposed Law Would Strip Words ‘Husband’ and ‘Wife’ from Federal Code
Last week, Rep. Lois Capps (D-Calif.) introduced a bill that would remove the words “husband” and “wife” from the language used in federal law – a move that had drawn ire from faith leaders and family advocacy groups that see this legislation as expected fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in June that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry.
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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Show Notes 07-16-2015

Thursday show 07-16-15

Track this: Feds want to tax you by the mile
Obamacare required Americans to turn over their health records to the government, Common Core forces them to turn over their children’s education records and smart meters installed on their homes reveal real-time water and energy usage to government-regulated utilities.
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Feds going door-to-door to seize illegal immigrants’ Obama amnesty approvals
Goosed into action by an angry federal judge, federal immigration authorities will go door-to-door demanding illegal immigrants return the three-year amnesty approvals the Obama administration issued to them in defiance of a court order.
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MAYOR BRAGS: OUR WHITE POPULATION PLUMMETS
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Kansas City, Kansas, was 52 percent white.
But in a speech before the La Raza National Affiliates Luncheon earlier this week in Kansas City, Mayor Mark Holland boasted that only five years later his city’s white population has been reduced to 40 percent.
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Hungary puts inmates to work on border fence to bar migrants
Using materials prepared by inmates in Hungarian prisons, 900 soldiers will build a fence along Hungary's border with Serbia by December to stem the torrent of migrants, officials said Thursday — a project critics are comparing to Communist-era barriers like the Berlin Wall.
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Gov. Pence of Indiana will not comply with EPA'S CO2 power plant regs
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said that “Indiana will not comply” with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed regulations that would for the first time limit carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from existing power plants.
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Trial over voting law pits DOJ and NAACP against North Carolina
The results of a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the North Carolina NAACP and the League of Women Voters against the State of North Carolina will determine whether the state’s 2013 voting law discriminates against minorities.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Sunday Show Notes 07-12-2015

Sunday show 7/12/15

Man who entered US illegally arrested in Michigan on kidnapping, sexual assault charges
An illegal Mexican immigrant allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old girl from her Florida home last week and sexually abused her before police located the pair in Michigan, Fox 28 reported.
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It's showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby
Pluto, reveal thyself, and Earthlings, enjoy the show. On Tuesday, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will sweep past Pluto and present the previously unexplored world in all its icy glory.
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At UN Rights Council, Don’t Use the Word ‘Genocidal’ in Reference to Palestinian Terrorists
The president of the UN Human Rights Council took issue this week with the use by a non-governmental organization representative of the term “genocidal killers” to describe Palestinian terrorists, but Venezuela’s representative was not reprimanded from the chair when he called Israel’s offensive against Hamas last year a “genocidal attack.”
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UNESCO Backs Muslim Narrative on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
A key committee of the United Nations cultural agency adopted a resolution this week whose language implicitly endorses the legend underpinning Islam’s claim to the Western Wall of the Temple Mount -- the assertion that Mohammed tied his winged steed there while en route from Mecca to heaven.
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Citizen Chases Down, Shoots, Captures Bank Robber
A Pennsylvania gun owner was at the right place at the right time this morning, and helped put a bad guy in jail. A suspect in a Hatboro bank robbery was chased down and shot by a witness before being taken into custody Wednesday morning, police said.
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Chicago Gun Control Activists File Harassment Lawsuit Against Neighboring Towns
A coalition of gun control supporters in Chicago have filed a lawsuit against the surrounding communities of Lyons, Riverdale, and Lincolnwood for not infringing deeply enough on the rights of citizens who want to purchase firearms.
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Maine Drops Concealed Carry Permitting Scheme, Joins “Constitutional Carry” States
Maine is the latest state to do away with concealed carry permitting, and will now join five other states that have so-called “constitutional carry” of concealed handguns.
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How American engineers are helping drive robotics innovation
Last month, robotics experts from around the world travelled to Pomona, California to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), a contest where semi-autonomous humanoid robots have to perform various obstacles, such as driving vehicles, cutting holes with power tools, and opening car doors, all without falling down. While these are everyday feats we humans take for granted, programming a robot to accomplish these things is apparently no walk in the park.
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Friday, July 10, 2015

Show Notes 07-09-2015

Thursday show 07-09-15

Yes this was an entire show, we spent a lot of time on the Supreme Court. They should be put in straight jackets for the homosexual marriage decision that they made. Impeach the bums!!!

Opinion of  the Supreme Court OBERGEFELL v. HODGES
JUSTICE KENNEDY delivered the opinion of the Court. The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity. The petitioners in these cases seek to find that liberty by marrying someone of the same sex and having their marriages deemed lawful on the same terms and conditions as marriages between persons of the opposite sex.
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John Jay
His paternal grandfather, Augustus (1665-1751), established the Jay family's presence in America. Unable to remain in France when the rights of Protestants were abolished by the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, Augustus eventually settled in New York.
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Lost boys: Moms of radicalized Western jihadists form support group
Islamic teaching states that “paradise lies at the feet of your mother,” and a group of Western moms who lost their sons first to radicalization and then on the battlefields of the Middle East are trying to use the lesson to stop other young men from turning to terrorism.
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