Thursday Show 8/28/14
Feds sue St. Anthony over rejection of Islamic Center
The federal government announced its plans to sue the city of St. Anthony for rejecting a proposed Islamic center a couple of years ago. U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger formally announced the civil rights lawsuit at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
'You're Next,' Israeli PR Campaign Warns West
A leading private Israeli marketing firm believes the Jewish state can do a whole lot better when it comes to public relations during war time, and provided an object lesson to that effect in the form of a graphical banner campaign that quickly went viral on Facebook.
U.S. to allow some immigrant deportees to return under settlement
Homeland security officials will not use threats and intimidation against immigrants facing possible deportation, and will allow some — perhaps thousands — with ties to Southern California to return under an agreement announced Wednesday.
Illegal Aliens storm San Diego; second attempt thwarted
Illegal aliens successfully landed on a San Diego beach in a panga boat on Monday and ran to shore - but, when another group tried the same thing on Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border (CBP) agents were waiting for them.
NASA: dangerous sunspot aligning with Earth
A direct hit on Earth from an X-class flare could cause major disruptions, or even destruction, to the U.S. electrical grid, which already is very vulnerable, as well as to life-sustaining critical infrastructures dependent on the grid to function.
California law calls for schools to teach about the significance of Obama's election
The measure, AB 1912, requires the California Instructional Quality Commission to consider including instruction on Obama’s election during its next revision of history-social science curriculum. This curriculum hasn’t been updated in nine years, the bill’s sponsor, Assemblyman Chris Holden (D), said in a statement, and will not be updated until the 2015-2016 school year.
Here's your ticket out of Common Core
The Common Core school standards imposed on teachers by Washington bureaucrats have been rejected by multiple states, targeted by lawsuits and criticized as more indoctrination than education.