Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Show Notes 04-29-2017

Saturday Show 4-29-17

Trump Signs Order on National Monuments, Giving Power 'Back to the People'
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday at the Interior Department to review designations of national monuments under the Antiquities Act of 1906, saying the order puts an end to the “egregious abuse of federal power” and gives the power “back to the states and to the people, where it belongs.”
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Red Bull's CEO reportedly launching news platform
Red Bull has become much more than just an energy drink company over the past two decades. The Austrian company has held the electronic music-focused Red Bull Music Academy event series annually since 1998 and has built upon this cultural platform with radio programming, an exhibition space in New York City, and an artist residency program in Detroit.
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Heineken’s politically charged ad earns praise on social media
As part of their new #OpenYourWorld ad campaign, Heineken conducted a social experiment that could’ve gone horribly, horribly wrong.
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Report: Israel attacked Iranian arms depot near Damascus airport
The Israel Air Force reportedly attacked an Iranian arms depot near the Damascus International Airport early Thursday morning, according to the Hezbollah-affiliated al-Manar television station. According to various reports, a series of explosions at fuel tanks and warehouses near the airport rocked eastern Damascus at around 3:20am.
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Quran blamed in new U.S. disease outbreak
An outbreak of measles is sweeping through a community of Somali refugees in Minnesota and the growing number of cases may be starting to test the limits of the Hennepin County healthcare system.
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President Trump Names Pro-Life Leader to Key HHS Post, Replacing a Planned Parenthood Activist
President Donald Trump has named a pro-life leader to a top post at the Department of Health and Human Services, which often oversees and implements policies related to abortion.
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What happens if a drone hits you in the head?
What happens if a drone hits you in the head? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to know, so they conducted a study to understand and mitigate the risks of drones flying over people, and what happens if a drone loses connection to its pilot or just crashes to the ground.
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Trump at NRA convention: '8-year assault' on gun rights over
On the eve of his 100th day in office, President Trump rallied a convention of the National Rifle Association by vowing to "never, ever infringe" on Second Amendment rights and declaring his predecessor's alleged "assault" on those freedoms is over.
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As Trump addresses NRA, some gun owners concerned about going too far
Jesse Nolte once had a federal firearms license so he could legally sell guns. As a younger man, he competed in cowboy action shooting contests – shooting pistol, rifle, and shotgun in quick succession – which he calls “lots of fun.”
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DEMS ADOPT NEW TACTIC FOR GUN CONFISCATION
Democrats have come up with a creative way of selectively confiscating guns from certain residents, and several Second Amendment watchdogs say the strategy could soon be coming to a state near you.
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John Locke
John Locke was born in 1632 in Wrighton, Somerset. His father was a lawyer and small landowner who had fought on the Parliamentarian side during the English Civil War of the 1640s.
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John Locke
Locke's most important work of political philosophy was the Two Treatises on Government, especially the Second Treatise of Civil Government.
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