Friday, July 29, 2016

Show Notes 07-26-2016

Tuesday Show 7-26-16

Ryan Gives Grieving Mothers the Cold Shoulder
A small group of bereaved mothers went all the way to Speaker Paul Ryan’s doorstep over the weekend to demand answers — but were given only a cold shoulder.
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Obama Thinks All is Well with Crime, Immigration
President Obama expressed his resentment for the attacks leveled at his leadership during last week’s Republican National Convention by insisting the levels of crime and illegal immigration are at their lowest levels in the past few decades.
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Mexican border agency seen as aiding illegal immigration
South of the border, Grupo Beta is seen as a humanitarian organization that steers north-bound migrants through the crossfire of warring drug cartels. But in Texas, many view it as part of a pipeline that sends humans and drugs pouring into the U.S., all with the funding and backing of the Mexican government.
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Government to BAN etc and e.g. – for the sake of non-English speakers
Roger Wemyss Brooks of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales, which teaches Latin language courses, said: "Latin is part of our cultural heritage and it's part of the basis of English.
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ISIS claims they shot down US military jet over Iraq
Amaq, a news agency that supports the terrorist organisation claimed ISIS shot down a plane flying near Ain Al-Asad air base in Anbar.
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U.S. Hits Record 129 Months Since Last Major Hurricane Strike
No major hurricane has made landfall in the continental United States for a record-breaking 129 months, according to data going back to 1851 compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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7- Eleven Delivers Slurpees By Drone
The convenience store 7- Eleven conducted the first-ever commercial delivery to a customer’s home by drone, flying Slurpees, candy, donuts, hot coffee, and a chicken sandwich to a customer’s backyard in Reno, Nevada last week.
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As UN pushes radical Sustainable Development Goals, scientists are trying to make sense of them
Less than a year after the United Nations embraced the all-encompassing, socialist-oriented agenda known as the Sustainable Development Goals, scientists are just beginning to try to figure out what the new goals may entail, how they can even be measured, and where the high-flown objectives contradict or impede themselves.
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