Friday, January 17, 2014

Show Notes 01/12/2014

Sunday Show 1/12/14

Obama’s use of executive power faces reckoning at Supreme Court
Nothing less than the boundaries of executive power are at stake Monday as the Supreme Court considers whether President Obama violated the Constitution during his first term.

John McCain has been Censured..
As leaders in the Republican Party, we are obligated to fully support our Party, platform, and its candidates. Only in times of great crisis or betrayal is it necessary to publicly censure our leaders. Today we are faced with both.

Carrier Pigeons Eyed As Way to Foil Hackers, Government Snoops
Internet security breaches and government surveillance is reviving interest in the use of carrier pigeons to circumvent hackers and snoops. There’s plenty of historical precedence for “pigeonets.” The ancient Egyptians were the first to train pigeons to relay messages as far back as 2900 B.C., and Julius Caesar used them to communicate over his far-flung empire.

Obama donor wins bid to take over HealthCare.gov
The global consulting firm that just won a one-year government contract to continue fixing HealthCare.gov is a big political donor to President Obama, WND has learned.

Delegates to the Continental Congress
On May 15, 1776, the Second Continental Congress, meeting in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, issued “A Resolve” to the thirteen colonies: “Adopt such a government as shall, in the opinion of the representatives of the people, best conduce to the safety and happiness of their constituents in particular and America in general.

Individual Biographies of the Delegates to the Constitutional Convention
It has often been remarked that in the journey of life, the young rely on energy to counteract the experience of the old. And vice versa. What makes this Constitutional Convention remarkable is that the delegates were both young and experienced.http://teachingamericanhistory.org/convention/delegates/