Monday, April 14, 2014

Sunday Show 4/13/14

Palm Sunday
Programs of sacred music are performed in many towns and cities in the United States on Palm Sunday. In many Christian churches, Palm Sunday includes a procession of the assembled worshipers carrying palms, representing the palm branches the crowd scattered in front of Jesus as he rode into Jerusalem.

Many Christians in the United States remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, which marks the beginning of Holy Week. This day is also on the Sunday before Easter Sunday.

Senate sends Governor bill banning United Nations election monitors in Tennessee
The Senate has sent to Gov. Bill Haslam legislation that, if he signs its, would declare that the United Nations is banned from monitoring elections in Tennessee.

Oops, Obama champion scrubbed from website
Without any explanation, the White House has scrubbed from its website an amnesty advocate who was honored by President Obama, but who was then indicted for immigration fraud.

EPA Concedes: We Can’t Produce All the Data Justifying Clean Air Rules
Seven months after being subpoenaed by Congress, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy conceded that her agency does not have - and cannot produce - all of the scientific data used for decades to justify numerous rules and regulations under the Clean Air Act.

Chocolate Toothpaste Hits Marketplace
Just when you think you've seen it all, something new appears on the store shelves and this time it's a chocolate-flavored toothpaste. But be prepared to spend some money as this new item doesn't come cheap.

Shay's Rebellion Part One

In the rural parts of New England, particularly in central and western Massachusetts, the economy during the American Revolutionary War had been one of little more than subsistence agriculture. Most residents in these areas had little in the way of assets beyond their land, and often bartered with one another for goods or services.