Thursday, June 01, 2017

Show Notes 05/28/2017

Sunday show 5/28/17

Memorial Day
Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971.
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Judge throws out lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by parents of Benghazi victims
A federal judge tossed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of two Americans killed at a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, ruling Friday the former secretary of state did not defame them when disputing allegations that she had lied.
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Arizona ends taxation on purchase & exchange of gold and silver coins
The Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey has signed into law a bill which removes all state income tax on precious metals coins. The measure was passed in the Arizona Senate on May 10 by a margin of 16-13.
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President Trump Stands Up to G7 Leaders, Refuses to Ratify Climate Agreement
After coming to an easy agreement on a statement denouncing terrorism, the G7 leaders were unable to persuade U.S. President Donald Trump into ratifying the 2015 Paris climate agreement that would significantly reduce U.S. energy independence.
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Review: This topless Range Rover Evoque is a sexy beast
 In stop-and-go traffic on the Harbor Freeway near downtown here, the driver in a sedan next to me leaned out the window as I rolled along and yelled, "How do you do that?"
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Accused of underpaying women, Google says it's too expensive to get wage data
Officials said it was too financially burdensome and logistically challenging to hand over salary records that the government requested in discrimination case Google argued that it was too financially burdensome and logistically challenging to compile and hand over salary records that the government has requested, sparking a strong rebuke from the US Department of Labor (DoL), which has accused the Silicon Valley firm of underpaying women.
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Migrants storm border fence from Morocco into Spain
 About 100 African migrants stormed over a high double fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla Tuesday in a violent assault that left three police officers injured, officials said.
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STONE TABLET BELIEVED TO CONFIRM TOWER OF BABEL
The Smithsonian Channel shows in the first episode of its documentary series "Secrets" the emergence of new "very compelling" evidence that the Tower of Babel, as mentioned in the book of Genesis in the Old Testament, actually existed.
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FLASHBACK: Jim Bunning's Historic and Heroic Stand
Republican Sen. Jim Bunning of Kentucky, a 78-year-old grandfather of 40 who is not running for re-election, has single-handedly fought a battle on Capitol Hill over the past week that ought to inspire all taxpayers to rally around his banner of commonsense.
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