Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Show Notes 05/29/2014

Thursday Show 5/29/14

Nevada 100 year old Veteran robbed at gunpoint
Two men were jailed Thursday in the home invasion robbery of a 100-year-old Carson City veteran and his caretaker over Memorial Day weekend.

Obama: Effort to combat climate change will help shape your time at West Point
President Barack Obama told the graduating Army officers at West Point on Wednesday that fighting "climate change" will "help shape your time in uniform.

Water woes: Detroit losing millions
The steady drip of Detroit's financial woes is turning into a gusher as the city braces to lose one of its most reliable sources of revenue: contracts with surrounding communities for the city's water supply.

Bible quiz show a smash hit
Americans love competitions, and if the subject matter is the Old and the New Testament, all to the better. The Game Show Network has scored big with its Bible-themed quiz show, American Bible Challenge, beckoning teams to select the right answer to esoteric Biblical questions, the Washington Times reported.

Students at Utah school upset to discover yearbook photos were altered before publication
Female students at a Utah high school want to know why their yearbook photos were altered to show less skin without them knowing about it. The students who were surprised to find their photos altered attend Wasatch High School, and some of them said they also feel upset because it appears the decisions whether to alter the photos or not weren’t made consistently.

Sudan on U.S. Citizen's Wife Sentenced to Death for Christianity: ‘Freedom of Choice is Cornerstone of...Islam’
In a statement on a Sudanese court's death-for-apostasy conviction of a Christian mother of two--who is the wife of a U.S. citizen--the Embassy of Sudan in Washington, D.C., says "it is important to emphasize that freedom of choice is the cornerstone of both Islam and Christianity."