Monday, February 27, 2017

Show Notes 02-24-2017

Friday Show 2-24-17

‘Teen Vogue’ Has Already Pushed Abortion to Teens 63 Times in 2017
Teen magazines targeting young women are no longer about make-up application, fashion tips or crushes. No, now they’ve found a more lucrative topic: abortion.
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New Enthusiasm for 'Menstrual Equity,’ at College and in Congress
To overcome the "stigma" attached to menstruation, Harvard University's Undergraduate Council recently passed legislation allocating $1,000 to make tampons and other feminine hygiene products "more available" in freshman dorms, the Harvard Crimson reported on Tuesday.
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55% of Small Businesses Say Volume of Gov't Regs Is Biggest Problem
Half (48%) of all small business owners say regulations are a “very serious” or “somewhat serious problem,” according to new research by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).
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Dakota Access oil pipeline camp cleared of protesters
Authorities on Thursday cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year, searching tents and huts and arresting dozens of holdouts who had defied a government order to leave.
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Cry of 'Remember the Alamo!' based in blood
In 1821, Mexico won its independence from Spain and established a Mexican Republic with a federal constitution. In 1833, Santa Anna was elected president of Mexico and soon he began demanding higher taxes. Santa Anna finally decided the people were not capable of ruling themselves, so he ignored Mexico’s Constitution, dissolved the Congress, and declared himself dictator.
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Venezuela denying trial to US man held since June, case goes to the UN
 In the nearly eight months he’s been held in a bleak intelligence facility in Caracas, Joshua Holt has not been able to argue his case before a judge. He has been in court just once, on July 4, 2016, when the 24-year-old Mormon from Utah was charged with illegal possession of weapons.
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