Monday, March 27, 2017

Show Notes 03-25-2017

Saturday Show 3-25-17

CEO Makes Employees Take Snowflake Test
You’d better put on your safety pin.  This article is sure to trigger some of you.  Why?  Because … gasp … you’re about to get some real talk from someone who makes hiring and firing decisions every single day.
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Many Montana Lawmakers Seem To Be Falling For A Conspiracy Theory About Muslims
Montana lawmakers are close to passing a bill aimed at preventing Islamic law from being used in court cases, an unfounded conspiracy theory based on no evidence that claims Muslims in America are trying to subvert the US Constitution.
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Jewish Voice for Peace to host convicted terrorist at confab
An Israel advocacy group criticized a pro-BDS group for denying its request to hold a memorial event for Israeli terror victims at its conference, which will feature a convicted terrorist as a speaker.
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U.K. top cop warns of 'extreme right-wing groups' after Islamist attack
A top cop in London’s Metropolitan Police department warned the public Wednesday evening over the ongoing threat from extremist organizations. Only he wasn’t referring to the Islamist attack that unfolded hours before, but threats from ‘extreme right wing groups’ that may target Muslims for retribution.
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Half of all federal arrests related to immigration
Immigration arrests and border-related cases have swamped the federal government, the Justice Department said Thursday, pointing to new statistics that show half of all arrests made by federal authorities in 2014 were for immigration offenses.
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Senate Letter Reveals Staggering Number Of Murders By Illegal Aliens With Previous Criminal Convictions
A letter written by the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2015 to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, Secretary of State John Kerry and Attorney General Loretta Lynch reveals news facts about the number and nature of crimes committed by illegal immigrants who had already been convicted of other crimes but were released back into the public either because their home country would not accept their deportation and/or because they exceeded a Supreme Court mandate prohibiting detention of deportable foreign nationals beyond six months.
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Starving Venezuelans dying for eating poisonous yuca sold in black market
Tulio Linares saw four of his relatives and a neighbor die one by one in Venezuela. It all happened within a week, following a family meal where they had ingested one of the few staples that are still available and affordable in the starved nation: the starchy yucca o cassava.
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Venezuela military trafficking food as country goes hungry
 When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets in protest last summer, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice.
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Desperate and hungry, thousands of Venezuelans risk life in mafia-infested illegal mining
Amid record-breaking poverty rates countrywide, an increasing number of Venezuelans is stepping outside the law and trying their luck in the treacherous world of illegal mining.
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