Saturday, March 19, 2016

Show Notes 03-17-2016

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NRA: Garland 'Does Not Respect Our Fundamental, Individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms
The National Rifle Association, speaking for its millions of members and supporters, said on Wednesday it "strongly opposes" the nomination of Merick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court based on Garland's view of the Second Amendment.
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Los Angeles County coroner resigns amid body backlog
Los Angeles County's coroner is resigning after only 2 1/2 years, saying understaffing left him unable to do the job amid complaints of stacked body and testing backlogs. Medical Examiner-Coroner Mark Fajardo will return to his former job as chief forensic pathologist in nearby Riverside County.
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Mass Exorcism Needed: Mexico Swept by Wave of Satanic Killings
Mexico is being swept by a wave of satanic ritual killings with exorcists saying there is an unprecedented demand for their services.
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Future farming may live inside this box
Could shipping containers be the future of local produce? A Boston-based startup called Freight Farms thinks so. The company is transforming the containers into grow machines – or what they like to call “Leafy Green Machines” – in hopes of turning everyday people into farmers.
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Single Malt Scotch prices skyrocking as demand soars
Whiskey lovers around the world are snapping up bottles of aged Scotch so quickly that prices are reaching an all time high.
http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2016/03/07/single-malt-scotch-prices-skyrocketing-as-demand-soars/?intcmp=hpff

The list of Hillary officials Judicial Watch plans to subpoena
Judicial Watch submitted to a federal court a plan to depose under oath seven former and current State Department officials and aides of Hillary Clinton regarding the unsecure home email system through which more than 2,000 classified emails were sent when Clinton was secretary of state.
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CIVIL-RIGHTS COMMISH: BLACKS HAMMERED BY ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
The Senate heard testimony Wednesday that examined the impact of immigration on U.S. workers, and one of the more stinging rebukes of current U.S. policy came from an unlikely source – U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow.
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House Bill Would Allow States, Localities to Refuse Refugee Resettlement
On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to markup the Refugee Program Integrity Restoration Act (HR 4731), a bill that would allow state and local governments to refuse to resettle foreign refugees within their jurisdictions.
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