Monday, November 23, 2015

Show Notes 11-22-15

Sunday show 11-22-15

Woman reunited with dog that vanished 7 years ago in Ohio
A Tennessee resident reunited with her dog that disappeared seven years ago from her old home in Ohio says she can't even describe how happy she was to see her pet.
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Donald Trump on his Black Lives Matter heckler: 'Maybe he should have been roughed up
A protester is removed by security as Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop. During a Sunday-morning interview, real-estate mogul Donald Trump expressed some support for his fans who reportedly punched and kicked a heckler the day before at a presidential-campaign rally.
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DHS: tracking missing refugee violates Constitutional rights
And the problems of refugees gone AWOL extend beyond the risks to national security. Corcoran, who authors the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog, said another problem has to do with health concerns.
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Schlafly: “Ship illegal out of US on trains
Phyllis Schlafly, an icon of the conservative movement who has been active for half a century, has a solution to save America and solve its illegal immigration crisis: Load ‘em up on trains and ship ‘em out.
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UAW unworried about blowback over German union cooperation
A top official with the United Auto Workers said Thursday that he is unworried about provoking more hostility from Republicans by creating a joint office with Germany's largest union in Tennessee.
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Church of England fighting ban of 'Lord's Prayer' film spot
The Church of England is threatening legal action over the rejection of a one-minute film featuring the Lord's Prayer that it wanted to run before showings of the new Star Wars film that opens shortly before Christmas.
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Natalie Grant: Thankful to be called "Mommy"
I’ll never forget the day I was told my husband and I would never be able to conceive children naturally. I received a phone call from the doctor delivering the news moments before I was to take the stage at the famed Ryman auditorium in Nashville.
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Smithsonian Adds Transgender 'Sex Worker' to Civil Rights Exhibit
The taxpayer-funded Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery has added a photo of a transgender sex worker to its “Struggle for Justice” civil rights exhibit.
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This Day In History
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, is assassinated while traveling through Dallas, Texas, in an open-top convertible.
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This Day In History
On this day in 1783, John Hanson, the first president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation, dies in his home state of Maryland.
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