Friday, October 02, 2015

Show Notes 10-01-2015

Thursday show 10-1-15

Sukkot
For forty years, as our ancestors traversed the Sinai Desert, following the Exodus from Egypt, miraculous "clouds of glory" surrounded and hovered over them, shielding them from the dangers and discomforts of the desert.
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Christian, Muslim Refugees Separate Housing In Germany: Religion Segregation At Camps Encouraged By Police Union Leader
Amid backlash over Germany’s policy to accept a large number of refugees and clashes erupting among them at refugee camps, the deputy head of the police trade union has said the country should separate those seeking asylum by religion.
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EU foreign policy chief sees Palestinian issue as a global priority
On a day when the bloody Syrian conflict took a dangerous new turn with the launch of Russian airstrikes and Iran’s supreme leader issued military threats against Saudi Arabia, the European Union’s top diplomat suggested Wednesday that resolving the Israeli-Palestinian dispute was a global priority.
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CMPD considers no-go areas for criminals
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and Charlotte City Council are discussing whether to create “public safety zones,” city areas where people with past arrests would be prohibited from entering.
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Treasury secretary says Congress needs to act on debt limit by November 5
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday the deadline for Congress to increase the government's borrowing cap has been moved up to about Nov. 5. That likely means the matter must be resolved before House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, leaves Congress at the end of October.
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Two found guilty of murder of border agent in 'Fast and Furious' scandal
Two men were found guilty Thursday of murdering U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry with guns supplied by the U.S. government. The 12 jurors found Ivan Soto-Barraza and Jesus Sanchez-Meza guilty on nine different charges, including first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery. They deliberated for just over three hours at the U.S. District Court in Tucson, AZ.
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Students Were Giving Away Copies of Constitution in ‘Free Speech Zone.’ Then, Cop Confronted Them
A group of libertarian students distributing free copies of the U.S. Constitution during a free speech protest held in a “free speech zone” at Penn State University Friday were confronted by a police officer and told they needed to cease their activities and first obtain school approval.
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School questionnaire: Do your parents own guns?
Hendrickson High School officials in Pflugerville, Texas, have angered some parents with a questionnaire distributed to students that asks, point-blank, if their family members own guns.
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Students go berserk after conservative club uses term ‘anchor babies
A recently approved Young Americans for Freedom student club at Gettysburg College made quite a debut on campus after its recruitment fliers used the term “anchor babies” and asked of abortion “do you enjoy hugging babies vs killing them,” among other statements.
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Obama puts US on fast track to world government
Obama puts U.S. on 'fast track' to world government The United Nation 2030 Agenda endorsed by President Obama, Pope Francis and the U.N. General Assembly brings the world one giant step closer to true global governance.
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