Thursday, December 11, 2014

Show Notes 12/04/2014

Sunday Show 12/4/14

Common Core meets Jepardoy
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Pearl Harbor
While the international picture in Europe was growing increasingly dimmer for the United States, relations with Japan were souring as well. Japan's aggression was literally being fueled by the United States. The Japanese military machine relied heavily on imports of American steel and oil to prosecute its assault on China and French Indochina.
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Luxury building fences off rent stabilized tenants' terraces
A Queens luxury tower that was bailed out by the city is blocking the large terraces of a few affordable units so tenants above with tiny balconies don’t get jealous, one resident claims.
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Conservative Coalition Urges State Officials to ‘Fiercely Resist’ EPA Rule
A coalition of 35 conservative and free market groups is urging state officials to “fiercely resist” the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attempt to force them to implement “ruinous” new greenhouse gas emission rules that could double the current price of electricity or face harsh regulatory repercussions if they refuse.
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Merry Christmas: Florida Capitol Will Display Satanic Diorama
The Satanic Temple is set to celebrate with decorations at Florida’s Capitol this year. According to CBSMiami, among the nativity scenes and other presentations in the first floor rotunda will be a cotton and cardboard diorama of an angel falling into hell.
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Origins of Human Alcohol Consumption Revealed
Human ancestors may have begun evolving the knack for consuming alcohol about 10 million years ago, long before modern humans began brewing booze, researchers say.
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Beer-Bottle Physics Could Help Explain Deadly Eruptions
The science of a bar prank that causes beer bottles to overflow with foam could help explain lethal eruptions of gases, researchers say.
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NBC ignore 17 States suing Obama over immigration order
While both ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Thursday offered brief reports on seventeen states suing the Obama administration over the President's executive order granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants without congressional approval, NBC's Today completely skipped the legal challenge to the controversial action.
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Harris-Perry on 'Burn This B---- Down': Arson, Looting 'Not Necessarily Violence' 
Next time you're assembling a criminal defense team, remember to forget Melissa Harris-Perry. On her MSNBC show today, MH-P commented on the news that authorities are considering charges against Michael Brown's stepfather Louis Head, who on the night the grand jury declined to indict, jumped on a car and implored the crowd "burn this mother------ down! Burn this b--ch down!" Numerous buildings were thereafter torched.
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Christmas is a victim of Disney marketing strategy
Orlando pastor believes he has a good reason for suggesting Christians rethink their Christmas season visits to Disney's Magic Kingdom.
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