Friday, July 01, 2016

Show Notes 06-30-2016

Thursday Show 6-30-16

Russian harassment of US diplomats reportedly includes break-ins, dog-killing
Russian President Vladimir Putin's security agencies allegedly have ramped up their intimidation of American diplomats across Europe in ways that would be illegal in the United States: harassment, breaking and entering, and in at least one case, killing a man's dog.
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One-armed ISIS commander eyed as mastermind of Istanbul massacre
The mastermind of Tuesday’s Istanbul airport massacre appears to be a one-armed Chechen terrorist who trained Russian-speaking militants, had a long history of supporting terror and was known as “Akhmed One-Arm,” according to several government documents and regional media reports.
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Dems: Clinton never personally denied Benghazi security
Democrats on the House Benghazi panel said in a report that security at the Libya facility the night of Sept. 11, 2012 was "woefully inadequate," but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never personally denied any requests from diplomats for additional protection.
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Bozell: Rep. Gowdy’s Job Was ‘To Get To The Truth’ About Benghazi -- ‘He Punted’
In reaction to the report released today by the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which was investigating the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, where four Americans were murdered, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell said it was the committee chairman’s job “to get to the truth, and he punted.”
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Poll explores whether Americans know enough to pass citizenship test
Sure, you can fire up a barbecue and set off fireworks. But as the Fourth of July weekend approaches, do you know enough about the United States to become a citizen?
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Forced diversity training backfires claims Harvard study
Diversity might be a good thing, but forced training in tolerance not only fails in the business world, it backfires, according to a new Harvard study.
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Mowing the lawn can be injurious to youngsters, report finds
Getting children to mow the lawn is a common way to teach them responsibility. But a new study found that more than 9,000 youngsters are injured in the U.S. every year while mowing the lawn.
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Illinois Police Officers Sue Their Dept. Over ‘Always On’ Body Cams
Police officers in Illinois have sued the Village of Round Lake Park in federal court after discovering that their body cameras were always on and recording them in private situations, such as when they were changing clothes or using the restroom.
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