Monday, December 07, 2015

Show Notes 12-06-15

Sunday show 11-6-15

What-is-Hanukkah
Chanukah -- the eight-day festival of light that begins on the eve of the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev -- celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, of purity over adulteration, of spirituality over materiality.
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Islamic State attracts increasing number of women to help carry out jihadi agenda
Ten out of 71 recruits for the Islamic State terror group arrested in the U.S. since 2014 are women, according to a new report which demonstrates that the role of women in the extremist group’s ranks is increasing.
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California petition to put bathroom-privacy on ballot
It started getting public attention as a movement in California a number of years ago, where activists all of a sudden demanded “respect” for homosexuals and transgenders in public schools and progressives in the West Coast state responded with a law that banned negative portrayals of those alternative sexual lifestyle choices.
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BIG BUSINESS PICKS SIDE IN FIGHT FOR LGBT PROTECTIONS
Believers in traditional marriage and biblical guidelines on sexuality are worried about the erosion of religious freedom because of a new threat they now are facing in the state of Indiana.
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Liberty Univ. President Jerry Falwell Jr., encourages students to carry guns
In wake of events such as the recent shooting at San Bernardino, Calif., Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr., is encouraging students to carry concealed weapons.
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Churches on high alert as baby Jesus thefts spike
At St. Anthony of Padua church in Soho, baby Jesus is on lockdown.
The church discovered the hard way that security measures were necessary about 11 years ago, when the Jesus sculpture in the churchyard’s Houston Street-facing nativity scene was stolen — twice.
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Sheriffs send message to America: “Get armed now”
Now is not the time for Americans to cower in fear, be intimidated by liberal ideology, or apologize for one of America’s longest standing constitutional rights – the right to bear arms – say a growing chorus of religious, law enforcement and political leaders.
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Research points to mental health risks associated with meatless diet
Many Americans have turned to a vegetarian diet for many different reasons. Maybe you just think it will make you generally more healthy. Perhaps you want to trim a few pounds. Maybe you want to supplement your already healthy lifestyle.
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The Best Sports Drink May Be Sugar Water
Exercise is important for good health, and so is giving your body the fuel and replenishment it needs as you sweat your way through a lengthy cardio workout.

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