Monday, May 19, 2014

Show Notes 05/11/2014

Sunday Show 5/11/14

Impeach Obama Campaign moves mainstream
Talk of impeaching Barack Obama has been broached by members of Congress, media, community activists, truckers and others from both left and right over the past several years.

Nets Spend 27 Minutes on Climate Change, Just 15 Seconds on Lois Lerner Contempt Vote 
Not even a full vote by the House of Representatives to hold  Lois Lerner in contempt can shake the broadcast networks out of their slumber in covering the IRS scandal. On Wednesday the House voted 231-178 (all Republicans voted yes with six Democrats) to hold Lerner in contempt for refusing to testify about the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups.

Tea party agenda not dead yet
A prominent conservative strategist is taking strong exception to the perception that the tea-party movement is losing ground among voters.

Rare Set of ‘Mono Mono’ Twin Girls Enter World Together In ‘Beautiful’ Way: Holding Hands
A mother gave birth to a pair of rare “mono mono” twins Friday — and they both entered the world together in a beautiful way: holding hands.

BURDENED BY ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, MEXICO DEVELOPS BORDER PATROL
The Mexican government, increasingly plagued by illegal immigration from south of its border, is in the process of forming its own border patrol, Breitbart and a San Antonio radio station report. U.S. Rep Henry Cuellar (D-Tex.) is helping the Mexican government in the hope that their border patrol with reduce the flow of OTMs – Other Than Mexicans – into the United States.

Women busted for loud sex on flight
A drunken British woman flying to Las Vegas with her parents was cuffed after loudly joining the mile-high club with a fellow passenger. The frisky flier, in her 20s, was reportedly busted romping in the restroom on the Virgin flight from London's Gatwick Airport last week.

SJC: "Under God" shall remain in Pledge Of allegiance
The state’s highest court on Friday rejected the proposition that the phrase “under God’’ in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the religious beliefs and equal rights of an atheist family with children in the Acton-Boxborough Regional School District.