Saturday, November 05, 2016

Show Notes 10-28-2016

Saturday Show 10-28-16

Dad transforms son's wheelchair int Ecto 1 from Ghostbusters
He's the California dad who gives his son Jeremy's wheelchair an elaborate makeover for Halloween. Last year, he turned it into a Star Warssnowspeeder, earning kudos from none other than Mark Hamill himself.
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Controversial religious liberty provision puts defense bill in limbo
Senate Democrats are urging their Republican colleagues to dump a controversial "religious liberty" provision as they draft a final version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), warning that such an amendment to the defense policy bill could open the floodgates to widespread employment discrimination based on religion, gender and sexual orientation.
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Students told to report fliers criticizing anti-white propaganda to police
KCRG-TV9 reports the “offensive” fliers have been discovered at the Latino Native American Cultural Center, the LGBTQ Resource Center, and the Afro-American Cultural Center. The flier was also found on a bulletin board in a dorm room.
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Army says Two Star General committed suicide on Alabama base
The Army said Friday it has determined that suicide was the cause of death of a two-star general who was found dead in his home on a military base in Alabama.
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Federal judge asks why Obama administration isn't admitting Christian Syrian refugees
In an otherwise unremarkable opinion over the federal Freedom of Information Act, a federal appellate court judge has issued a sharp rejoinder to the Obama administration over an issue that has been discussed in the news—the almost complete lack of Syrian Christian refugees being brought over to the U.S.
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Drive into the paranormal in the Blue Ridge Mountains
For centuries, many have claimed to have seen the elusive Brown Mountain Lights — bright orbs said to unexpectedly materialize between dusk and dawn — that are believed to be ghostly spirits, extraterrestrials or just mysterious natural phenomenon.
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Universities ban politically incorrect Halloween costumes
In a latest measure to create a “safe space” for students, a number of universities have issued “costume protocol,” banning such un-PC Halloween costumes as Arab turbans, feathered Indian headdresses, Japanese Geisha outfits, and Caitlyn Jenner costumes.
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U.S. Knew of 10 Al Qaida and Islamist Camps in Benghazi--State Dept. Deployed 3 Security Agents
In the weeks leading up to the terrorist attacks on the U.S. government facilities in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, the State Department deployed only three diplomatic security officers at its mission in that eastern Libyan city.
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