Friday, May 27, 2016

Show Notes 05-26-2016

Thursday Show 05-26-16

The Answer to TSA incompetence is less government
The Transportation Security Administration has become infamous over the years for things that it doesn’t allow on planes. Consider these examples of the Keystone Cops in action.
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New roots, old lies
Starting on Memorial Day Weekend, A&E Networks will unleash a four-part, eight-hour production of “Roots,” a revisiting of the 1977 mini-series based on the Alex Haley book of the same name.
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The scandal in Washington  that no one is talking about
The deadly-but-forgotten government gun-running scandal known as “Fast and Furious” has lain dormant for years, thanks to White House stonewalling and media compliance.
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Texas judge rebukes DOJ lawyerd for being intentionally deceptive
U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen strongly rebuked Department of Justice (DOJ) attorneys last week for being “intentionally deceptive” during a controversial amnesty case heard in his Brownsville, Texas courtroom.
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Ryan Says House Republicans Aim to End 'Executive Overreach'
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) unveiled what he called the Republicans’ “policy agenda” for 2017 on Wednesday, including a plan to regain the legislative power granted to Congress in Article One of the U.S. Constitution.
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Governor makes 'Blue Lives Matter' bill law
Louisiana became the first state to make violence against police a hate crime after Gov. John Bel Edwards, the son of a sheriff, signed a bill into law Thursday.
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NASA Valkyrie robots set table for human life on Mars
Four sister robots built by NASA could be pioneers in the colonization of Mars, part of an advance construction team that sets up a habitat for more fragile human explorers. But first they're finding new homes on Earth and engineers to hone their skills.
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How the Air Force's 'space fence' will keep American satellites safe
The United States is building a space fence. But the first thing to understand about the space fence is that it’s not actually a fence — it’s radar. And when it’s operational, pulsing up from an atoll in the Pacific, it will be able to track objects in space that are softball-sized, the Air Force says.
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The Bomber continues to fly high after 100 years
In February Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James revealed the first concept image of the futuristic B-21 long range bomber, which will be built by Northrop Grumman. Previously known as the Long Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B), it will be the U.S. military's first bomber of the 21st century.
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