Monday, June 03, 2013

Show Notes 05/30/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 06/2/2013

Pope leads Catholics in first worldwide 'Holy Hour'
Pope Francis led Roman Catholics on Sunday in the first worldwide "Holy Hour," in which participants prayed at the same time around the globe for those suffering from war, slave labor, human trafficking and the economic crisis.

Newport shopkeeper threatened with arrest if he doesn't remove “obey our laws t-shirts”
A NEWPORT shopkeeper has been forced by police to remove a T-shirt from his shop window because they felt it “could be seen to be inciting racial hatred.”

Mississippi school system agrees to keep more misbehaving students in class
Compelled by the U.S. Justice Department, a Mississippi school district has agreed to keep more misbehaving students in the classroom instead of suspending them, expelling them, or letting the police deal with them.

Iran terror sleeper cells are infiltrating South America
"These are sleeper cells. They have activities you wouldn't imagine. Sometimes they die having never received the order to attack," Nisman said as he presented a 500-page indictment.

Illinois Gov. Quinn open to Great Lakes-Mississippi split to block carp
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn said Saturday that separating the Great Lakes and Mississippi River systems is the "ultimate solution" to prevent voracious Asian carp from overrunning the lakes, a potential step toward resolving a longstanding regional feud.

California Senate Approves Background Checks, Permits and Fees for Ammunition Purchases
The California Senate this week approved a collection of bills, including one (SB 53) that would require background checks, permits, and fees for the purchase of ammunition.

New Energy Secretary on Climate Change: ‘I’m Not Here to Debate What’s Not Debatable’
Ernest Moniz, the nation’s new Energy Secretary, said climate change is “not debatable” in one of his first speeches on the job.
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/new-energy-secretary-climate-change-i-m-not-here-debate-what-s-not-debatable