Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Show Notes 06-28-16

Sunday Show 06-26-16

America's Founders proclamations for fasting and prayer
In May, 1774, the British Parliament ordered an embargo of Boston to begin June 1. Immediately the Burgesses of Virginia passed a resolution protesting this act and setting aside the day of embargo to seek God with fasting and prayer.
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Obama Invites 18.7 Million Immigrants to Avoid Oath of Allegiance, Pledge to Defend America
Under the Obama administration’s expansive interpretation of executive authority,  legal immigrants seeking citizenship through the nation’s Naturalization process are now exempt from a key part of the Oath of Allegiance.
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Outrage over candidate's 'Make America White Again' sign
A candidate for Congress  is under fire for a campaign sign highlighting his hope of making “America White Again.” The sign, which appeared over Highway 411 near Benton, Tenn., was placed there by independent candidate, Rick Tyler, who is currently running for Tennessee's 3rd congressional district seat, WRCB-TV reported.
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Hospital boots abortionist in demonic baby killing rant
A California hospital has reportedly severed ties with an abortionist involved in a “demonic” confrontation with a pro-life activist, in which the doctor charged through the front doors of a medical facility while wielding a pair of scissors and proclaimed his “love” of tearing unborn babies apart in the womb.
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England’s Farage: 'The EU's Failing, The EU's Dying, I Hope We've Knocked The First Brick Out of The Wall'
“An opinion poll in the Netherlands said that a majority there now want to leave,” said Nigel Farage in a speech today, covered by numerous media (and video here from RT).  “So we may well be close, perhaps, to a Nexit.
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Explosive new twist in idaho sex assault case
The Obama-appointed U.S. attorney for Idaho has taken the highly unusual step of intervening in a local criminal case involving an alleged sexual assault by juvenile Muslim migrants and threatened the community and media with federal prosecution if they “spread false information or inflammatory statements about the perpetrators.”
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One of two remaining airmen who flew in World War II 'Doolittle Raid' dies
One of the last two surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders -- who bombed Japan in an attack that stunned that nation and boosted U.S. morale -- has died in Montana, his family said.
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The Doolittle Raid, 1942
Once the shock of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor subsided, the focus of American military planners turned to retaliation - even if it was only symbolic. A few weeks after the attack, Lt. Colonel James H. Doolittle presented his superiors with a daring and unorthodox plan. B-25 bombers, normally land-based, would be transported by an aircraft carrier to within striking-distance of the Japanese mainland and launched to attack a number of cities.
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Pope Francis Sparks Another Controversy by Saying ‘Great Majority’ of Catholic Marriages Are Invalid
“The great majority of our sacramental marriages are null,” Pope Francis was quoted as saying last Thursday in an impromptu answer to a question on what the Catholic Church should do regarding the “crisis of marriage”, sparking another controversy over Catholic teaching.
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Bishop at Vatican Synod: 'One Can Still Perceive the Smell' of the 'Smoke of Satan' in Vatican DocumentReferencing Blessed Pope Paul VI's statement in 1972 that "the smoke of Satan" had entered the Catholic Church, one of the leading archbishops at the Vatican's ongoing synod (meeting) on the family, said the "smoke of Satan" tried to enter last year's meeting on the family and now "one can still perceive the smell of this 'infernal smoke' in some items" of the working document the bishops are using in the current meeting.
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Can states separate politics from gun policy; California aims to try
Days before Democrats and Republicans in Congress traded verbal blows over four failed gun control amendments in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., the California Legislature voted to allot $5 million over five years to establish a state research center on gun violence.
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