Saturday, April 11, 2015

Show Notes 03-09-2015

Thursday show 03-09-15

Robert E Lee prayed for North during Civil War
Wilmer McLean’s farm in Manassas Junction, Virginia, was the location of the first Battle of Bull Run in 1861. Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard, who was using McLean’s house as his headquarters, wrote: “…of this artillery fight was the destruction of the dinner of myself and staff by a Federal shell that fell into the fire-place of my headquarters at the McLean House.”
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Federal Judge halts Obama again on amnesty
U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen refused in a late-night Tuesday decision to lift a hold on President Obama’s executive moves that would keep five million or so illegal immigrants from being deported.
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US cities secretly selected for Muslim immigration
With Muslim immigrants streaming into the United States at a rate of 100,000 per year, some of the communities targeted for new arrivals are seeking information on their new neighbors, only to be frustrated by federal bureaucrats and their hired contractors.
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10 Things the Queen of England Still Does for Canada
You may have read about a recent ruling in Canada which stated it is constitutional to require would-be Canadians to take an oath to the Queen. You may also have been surprised to learn Canada does, in fact, still have a queen, and she is the same Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ceylon, and Pakistan, among others.
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Michelle Obama Redefines Dessert for $31 million
Less than a year after spending tens of millions of dollars to provide the nation’s food-stamp recipients with more fruits and vegetables, the Obama administration is generously throwing in another $31.5 million for the same cause, according to a recent announcement.
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