Friday, July 08, 2016

Show Notes 07-05-2016

Tuesday Show 7-5-16

Planned Parenthood Exec: ‘We Are the Front Line of Defense When it Comes to Battling Zika’
“We are the front line of defense when it comes to battling Zika,” Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Executive Vice President Dawn Laguens said Thursday at an event held to criticize Republican proposals to combat the virus.
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Dems plan more disruptions to press gun control
As Fox News reported, the Congressional Black Caucus sent out a memo asking group members “to be as disruptive … as possible” during House discussions, and press Speaker Paul Ryan to bring gun-control measures to the full floor for debate and vote.
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Gun Range Owner Has Facebook Page Blocked
A gun range owner in Houston has had his Facebook page blocked. He started having trouble with the social media giant after he advertised a free concealed handgun class for the LGBT community after the Orlando Islamic terrorist attack.
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REJECTED BY U.K., EUROPEANS TO SEEK 'EMPIRE'?
Now that the European Union will be losing the United Kingdom as a result of the Brexit vote, concerns are growing that the E.U. is seeking to expand intercontinentally with the aim of establishing an “empire.”
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Refugees who cannot pay people smugglers 'being sold for organs'
Migrants who are unable to pay people smugglers for their journey from Africa to Europe are killed for their organs, a former smuggler has said.
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ILLEGAL IN N. CAROLINA BOUGHT TEEN-GIRL SEX SLAVE
A man has been arrested and jailed under a $1,000,000 secured bond for keeping a 14-year-old girl as a slave. The girl had been purchased by Pasqual Mendez, 23, in Guatemala seven months ago and brought to North Carolina to cook, clean and perform sexual acts for him.
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New Mexico fire started by feds has rural residents devastated, angry
Residents of this tiny Mozano Mountain community were devastated when a fire last month scorched 18,000 acres and destroyed a dozen homes. When they learned it was started by the federal government, they were angry.
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Dozens shot in Chicago over holiday weekend, but police report drop in crime
The skyrocketing violent crime that’s plaguing the city of Chicago did not let up over the Fourth of July holiday. Fifty people were shot, including three children, and four people were murdered from Friday through Monday.
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