Saturday, August 20, 2016

Show Notes 08-18-2016

Thursday Show 8-18-16

Fire chairman seeks 'compromise' after American flag controversy
Will flags return to Arlington Fire District trucks after their removal attracted national attention and criticism? A compromise may be in the works.
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REPORT: RUSSIA MOVES NUCLEAR MISSILES TO CUBA
A report out of Pravda quotes President Vladimir Putin as saying that Russia has moved strategic nuclear missiles to Cuba in response to the United States’ continuing efforts to encircle Russia in Eastern Europe.
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Russian Aircraft Approach USS Ronald Reagan, Prompting Jet Scramble
The USS Ronald Reagan scrambled its fighter jets earlier this week after two Russian naval reconnaissance aircraft flew within one nautical mile of the U.S. aircraft carrier as it sailed in international waters east of the Korean Peninsula, according to 7th Fleet officials.
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Indications that the U.S. Is Planning a Nuclear Attack Against Russia
On Wednesday, June 11th, CNN headlined “U.S. Sends B-2 Stealth Bombers to Europe,” and reported that “they arrived in Europe this week for training.”
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'BACK-DOOR SHARIAH' HAS AMERICANS EATING HALAL MEAT
Anti-Shariah activist Pamela Geller’s campaign to get halal meat labeled on American supermarket shelves has been sent down the memory hole by the federal government.
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After shooting of Imam NY Muslims confront climate of fear
Over a decade ago, Sahabuddin Chowdhury opened his modest auto repair and body shop on Atlantic Avenue in Queens, right on the northernmost border of Ozone Park, when his teenage daughter and son were still very young.
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Feds Investigating Massachusetts Town for Rejection of Muslim Cemetery
Federal prosecutors are investigating whether a Massachusetts town violated the civil rights of an Islamic group when officials there rejected plans for a Muslim cemetery.
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Delta IV launch to help detect threats to satellites
For most of the public, space represents a peaceful expanse where astronauts push humanity’s boundaries, science probes explore the solar system and great observatories peer back in time.
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The Outer Space Treaty 
The Outer Space Treaty was considered by the Legal Outerspace Subcommittee in 1966 and agreement was reached in the General Assembly of the UN in the same year ( resolution 2222 (XXI).
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“Bill of Rights doesn't give freedom to those who would kill it”
“A conservative among liberals, and a liberal among conservatives,” he was not consistently conservative enough for Republican President Warren G. Harding and he was not consistently liberal enough for Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt.
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