Thursday, November 10, 2016

Saturday Show 11-5-16

Election Chaos Fears Have Preppers Stockpiling Survival Food
While sales for "long term food" typically see an increase around natural disasters and elections, "this is more intense than what we saw in 2012," said Keith Bansemer, VP of marketing for My Patriot Supply, a manufacturer and seller of survival food. During the previous election his company saw sales double. This time it's triple.
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Priests don’t have to report sexual abuse, Louisiana Supreme Court rules
A priest has no duty to report confidential information heard during a sacramental confession, the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled Friday in a bid to clear up what it called the “widespread confusion” caused by its decision two years ago in a long-running case involving the Roman Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge.
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Delaware County tosses most late voter forms from grassroots group
Election officials in suburban Philadelphia rejected about three-quarters of the thousands of last-minute voter registration applications gathered by a grassroots organization under state police investigation for possible fraud, saying most were error-ridden.
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Feds plan to force vaccinations
A public-interest legal team has filed comments with the federal government objecting to a planned Centers for Disease Control rule-change that would allow the government to impose forced vaccinations on Americans under certain circumstances.
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Health officals find first cases of new superbug in US
Just five months after federal health officials asked hospitals and physicians to be on the lookout for an often-fatal, antibiotic-resistant fungus called Candida Auras, 13 cases have been reported, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday.
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SHOTS FIRED IN SEA CONFLICT BETWEEN CHINA, SOUTH KOREA
For months, China has been expanding its claims to waters and islands off its shores, leading to conflict with neighbors and even the U.S., which has dispatched warships to the region to defy the rapidly growing military power in Asia.
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Poughkeepsie refugee resettlement office to open; officials seek answers
The Church World Service Network expects to settle 80 refugees in the City of Poughkeepsie in the next fiscal year. Area officials, however, including City Mayor Rob Rolison, do not have details on how the settlements will work, and the Dutchess County Executive's Office says it did not have a hand in approving the plan.
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Islamic State calls for attacks on Election Day voters
The Islamic State is calling for the "slaughter" of U.S. voters on Election Day and demanding Muslims not participate in the democratic process, according to a U.S.-based terrorist monitoring group.
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Which states want to drop daylight saving time?
Of Benjamin Franklin’s brainchildren, daylight saving time is probably the least beloved. The Founding Father was one of the first proponents of setting back and turning forward one’s clocks, advocating the notion in a 1784 essay, though it wasn’t adopted in the United States for well over another century.
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