Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Show Notes 10-18-2015

Sunday show 10-18-15

Refugees surprised by polar bear when attempting to jump into back of truck
A group of refugees attempting to reach the United Kingdom got a surprise when they attempted to board a truck and discovered a polar bear inside.
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NAACP says Roy resident's hanged man Halloween decoration is racially insensitive
A Utah man says he won't take down a hanged man decoration that's part of his annual Halloween display, despite a complaint from the NAACP that the decoration simulates the lynching of African-Americans.
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Big banks to American company's: “We don't want your money.”
State Street Corp., the Boston bank that manages assets for institutional investors, for the first time has begun charging some customers for large dollar deposits, people familiar with the matter said. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., the nation’s largest bank by assets, has cut unwanted deposits by more than $150 billion this year, in part by charging fees.
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“The Harbinger Man” changes even Washington
“The Harbinger Man” Jonathan Cahn’s message has been delivered to Washington and in Washington multiple times. It’s been handed out in Congress and it’s been thundered from a podium in Statuary Hall.
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Benghazi investigator tells GOP lawmakers to 'shut up' on probe
The Republican chairman of the congressional panel probing the Benghazi tragedy is telling his GOP colleagues to “shut up” about the committee’s work because most of them know very little about what the panel is doing.
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Illinois Army vet 75 saves 16 kids from knife wielding teen
A former Army vet is recovering from stab wounds after putting himself between 16 terrified children and a knife-wielding teen determined to kill at an Illinois public library this week.
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DOJ Official Praises the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Work in Combating Domestic Terrorism
 John Carlin, the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) assistant attorney general for National Security, announced on Wednesday that the DOJ is creating a new position of domestic terrorism counsel to combat the “real and present threat” of domestic extremism.
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Indiana top cop to Obama: I won't register guns
Sheriff Brad Rogers, the top-ranking law enforcement official for Elkhart County, Indiana, said during a panel appearance on WNIT’s “Politically Speaking” segment that he wouldn’t abide government orders to register weapons from private citizens within his jurisdiction, no matter what President Obama presses.
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Common Core-aligned writing lesson on gun debate fuels claims of political agenda
Common Core backers are sneaking a social and political agenda into nationalized curriculum, say critics, who now have new ammo in a writing lesson plan for teachers that they say gives a slanted perspective of the gun debate.
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MT students celebrate as school drops Michelle O’s lunch rules
Montana’s Bozeman High School is proving schools can serve students nutritious meals they’ll love without Michelle Obama’s guiding hand.
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Student criticism of Jefferson shouldn't be 'taken seriously'
Inspired by the successful removal of a Jefferson Davis statue at the University of Texas, a few students at the University of Missouri are demanding administrators take down a campus statue of Thomas Jefferson.
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