Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Show Notes 04-08-2017

Saturday Show 4-8-17

Liberals are Using THIS Tactic to Stop Trump's Border Fence
Wildlife conservation groups are collaborating with a federal government agency to halt construction of the southern border wall by fudging science to claim that unimpeded trans-border corridors are essential to an “endangered species” with 99% of its population in Mexico.
Read More

Justice Gorsuch: Senate Confirms Trump’s First SCOTUS Pick
The Senate voted just before noon Friday to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Nation’s highest bench. The vote, originally set for Friday evening, was moved up to the morning after Democrats agreed to waive part of the final debate period.
Read More

Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday is one of the most important days in the Christian calendar after Christmas and Easter. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter, and marks the beginning of Holy Week, the week of events leading up to Jesus' death.
Read More

WOW: Two Burglars Kick In Door Of Former Marine, And Get A Surprise They Never Asked For
Police have identified a man who was shot and killed early Thursday after kicking in the door of a Salt Lake City apartment. Puleaga Danny Tupu, 33, of West Valley City, died in the living room of the apartment at 731 S. 300 East, police said Friday.
Read More

Bill would prohibit enforcement of federal ban on firearms in Montana
The House of Representatives gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a bill meant to preserve Montanans’ right to bear arms by prohibiting the enforcement of any federal ban on firearms or ammunition.
Read More

“The Founders Couldn’t Have Imagined Assault Rifles,” She Blogged
Consistently, the dumbest argument put forward by gun control supporters is the idea that the Founding Fathers—one of the best-educated and most intelligent groups of men ever assembled in world history—simply couldn’t have imagined that modern firearms could be invented, and so that the natural right of citizens to own these rifles couldn’t possibly exist.
Read More

POW story of "Angels of Bataan" army nurses is one of the greatest WWII stories never told
One of World War II’s greatest untold stories began on April 8, 1942 when Lt. Gen. Jonathan Wainwright, the commander of the U.S. Army in the Philippines, ordered the evacuation of military and civilian nurses to the island of Corregidor.
Read More

Philippine Bataan Death March survivors mark 75th anniversary
Ramon Regalado was starving and sick with malaria when he slipped away from his Japanese captors during the infamous 1942 Bataan Death March in the Philippines, escaping a brutal trudge through steamy jungle that killed hundreds of Americans and thousands of Filipinos who fought for the U.S. during World War II.
Read More

Army Announces Deployment of 1,500 Alaska-Based Troops
The U.S. Army announced Friday that approximately 1,500 soldiers from Alaska will deploy to Afghanistan later this year. The deployment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, is part of a regular rotation of forces in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel.
Read More

Sessions warns that overhaul of Baltimore police may result in 'a less safe city'
Attorney Jeff Sessions warned that the agreement negotiated under the Obama administration to overhaul the troubled Baltimore police force may result in “a less safe city.”
Read More

Scientists discover atmosphere around distant Earth-like planet
Astronomers have detected an atmosphere around the super Earth-like planet GJ 1132b, a discovery which could help pave the way to finding life outside our solar system.
Read More

Next Job for US Air Force: Space Cop?
The United States Air Force may become a sort of space cop in the not-too-distant future. An off-Earth economy cannot truly take off unless moon miners and other pioneering entrepreneurs are able to operate in a safe and stable environment, said Air Force Lt. Col. Thomas Schilling, of Air University.
Read More