Friday, August 01, 2014

Show Notes 07/27/2014

Sunday Show 7/27/14

Interview with Cheryl Chimley, author of Police State USA: How Orwell's Nightmare is Becoming our Reality
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Christian Bakery That Refused Gay Wedding Cakes Now Bakes Ex-Gay Cakes
Sweet Cakes by Melissa, a Christian-owned bakery, closed its doors earlier this year after its owners Aaron and Melissa Klein were found guilty of violating gay people's rights by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.
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OBAMA CALLS FOR COLLECTIVIZED NEW WORLD ORDER
During a fundraiser in Seattle this week, President Barack Obama called for a “new order” based around a collectivized system in order to quell people’s concerns about geopolitical strife and the economy.
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Protesters Swarm Beacon Hill, ‘Livid’ Over Illegal Immigration
An anti-illegal immigration rally on Beacon Hill outside the State House on Saturday, July 26 was teeming with protesters. While Bree Sison of CBS Boston estimated that the gathering drew hundreds of people, Jeff Kuhner, the host of WRKO’s The Kuhner Report, who organized the rally, put the number closer to 10,000 people.
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Foreign Relations Committee Approves UN Disabilities Treaty
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 12-6 to approve the dangerous UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). Every Democrat on the committee voted for the treaty. Republican senators John McCain (AZ) and John Barrasso (WY) also voted in favor of it.
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Bob Dole battles home-schoolers on disabilities treaty
It’s Bob Dole vs. the home-school lobby, round two. This marks the second time the former senator will square off against Mike Farris, president of the Homeschool Legal Defense Association, on the same issue: an international treaty on rights for people with disabilities.
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Home Schooling Is Going Mainstream
When most kids are asked about school, scenes from school buses, rows of desks and the lunchroom spring to their minds. But not for 11-year-old Stephanie Simmens and her 9-year-old sister Molly.
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Austria and Hungary declares war on Serbia
On July 28, 1914, one month to the day after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife were killed by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia, effectively beginning the First World War.
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New York Times: Legalize Marijuana
The New York Times’ editorial board on Saturday called on the federal government to legalize marijuana. Citing alcohol prohibition, social costs and states’ movements, the board argued “after a great deal of discussion” that “the balance falls squarely on the side of national legalization.”
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The human side of Medical Marijuana
Cristi Bundukamara gave up on Florida last fall. She and her husband Francis, a teacher for 16 years at South Dade High School known to everybody as “Coach Bundy”, uprooted their life in Homestead and moved their seven children to Colorado in November because of their son’s illness.
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