Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Show Notes 12/14/2014

Sunday Show 12/14/14

History of Bill Of Rights December 15th 1791
On this day in 1791, Virginia becomes the last state to ratify the Bill of Rights, making the first ten amendments to the Constitution law and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the Declaration of Independence.
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A Greek island is yours for the price of a London flat
Fed up with Britain's icy blasts and soaring house prices? Then why not bask in the sun and paddle the azure seas from the shores of your own Greek island. You may have to share living space with goats, but with more than 20 Greek islands for sale, Brits can live out their Mamma Mia! fantasies for the price of a central London flat.
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Exodus land no. 1 with 24.5 million
Exodus: Gods and Kings easily topped the U.S. box office this weekend with a $24.5 million debut, dethroning The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, which had held No. 1 for the past three weeks.
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NATO ally launches mandatory Islam training for 6 year olds
NATO ally Turkey has defiantly responded to a European Court of Human Rights ruling that it must scrap its compulsory religious eduction by imposing mandatory Quran training on its 6-year-olds.
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Cheney: 'I'd do it again in a minute'
Former Vice President Dick Cheney unapologetically pressed his defense of the CIA’s use of harsh interrogation techniques Sunday, insisting that waterboarding and other such tactics did not amount to torture and that the spy agency’s actions paled in comparison to those of terrorists targeting Americans.
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Sheriff Joe scores victory against Obama's amnesty
A judge has sided with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the first clash in what is expected to be a major court fight over the legality – or not – of Barack Obama’s looming amnesty program, ordering a fast track for case arguments and hearings.
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Drug smuggler sues US over dog bite
A man transporting marijuana over the border with Mexico says a Border Patrol dog mauled him—and the U.S. needs to pay.
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Schools warned of lawsuits over gender accommodations
Headlines such as “State OKs transgender policy,” “Court backs transgender teen” and “Pentagon cozies up to transgender troops” are becoming more common as the next battle over rights based on “sexual orientation” builds.
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