Friday, February 13, 2015

Show Notes 02-12-2015

Thursday show 2/12/15

New Mexico Sheriff stands against IRS
In a case reminiscent of the Cliven Bundy land standoff in Nevada, a New Mexico sheriff is refusing on constitutional grounds to allow the federal government to sell the property of a business owner embroiled in a dispute with the IRS until the owner receives due process of law and his appeal is heard.
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Terror suspects arrested every day in UK as police call for extra funding to cope with Islamic threat
Metropolitan assistant commissioner Mark Rowley revealed fanatics were being detained on a daily basis following a sharp rise in arrests because of the growing threat from Islamist jihadists.
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Earnest, Psaki Take to Twitter to Clarify Position on Terror Targeting of Jewish Store
White House and State Department press secretaries took to Twitter Tuesday to underscore that the administration believes a terror attack on a kosher store in Paris last month was anti-Jewish, hours after both appeared reluctant during daily press briefings to acknowledge that.
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VA secretary asks Iraq War veteran: 'What have you done?'
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald on Wednesday asked a Republican lawmaker who served in both Iraq wars, "What have you done?" as the two men sparred over huge cost overruns at a troubled Denver VA hospital.
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PA town packs hear and wants visitors to know
Drive into tiny Conoy Township, Pa., and you'll see the standard "welcome" sign, but it also comes with a warning: "THIS IS NOT A GUN FREE ZONE."
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Beretta Pushes Back on Army Rejection of M9A3 Pistol
The U.S. Army has now formally rejected Beretta USA's proposal for a modernized version of the M9 9mm pistol. But Beretta is not giving up just yet.
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Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in a one-room log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks Lincoln. Thomas was a strong and determined pioneer who found a moderate level of prosperity and was well respected in the community.
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