Saturday, December 13, 2014

Show Notes 12/11/2014

Thursday Show 12/11/14

US torture report “full of crap” says ex-VP Cheney
Former US Vice President Dick Cheney on Wednesday blasted the Senate report detailing torture of "war on terror" detainees, calling it "terrible" and "full of crap.
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Mohammed ordered us to be kind even killing
Al-Qaeda’s Yemen-based affiliate, which on Saturday shot dead an American journalist and a South African teacher to prevent their rescue by U.S. Special Forces, wants the world to know that it opposes beheadings and other forms of brutality practiced by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL).
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Security at US consulate in Benghazi in disarray prior to 2012 attacks
The guard force at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was in such disarray prior to the 2012 terrorist attack that the security status there was described as an “emergency” just three hours before the assault that left four Americans dead, according to State Department emails.
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In a first, more Americans support gun rights than gun control poll finds
By a margin of 52 percent to 46 percent, Americans say protecting the rights of gun owners is more important than gun control, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center released Wednesday. It is the first time Pew found more support for gun ownership than gun control in more than two decades of surveys on the issue.
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Detriot to emerge from historic bankruptcy Wednesday
Detroit's historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy ended Wednesday, marking an end to Kevyn Orr's tenure as emergency manager as the city enters a "new chapter," as Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) put it.
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Police demonstrations inspire new protest songs
Stop. Hey, what's that sound? Protest songs are taking their place alongside chants of "I can't breathe" and "Hands up, don't shoot" as demonstrators raise their voices to condemn the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police.
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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Show Notes 12/04/2014

Sunday Show 12/4/14

Common Core meets Jepardoy
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Pearl Harbor
While the international picture in Europe was growing increasingly dimmer for the United States, relations with Japan were souring as well. Japan's aggression was literally being fueled by the United States. The Japanese military machine relied heavily on imports of American steel and oil to prosecute its assault on China and French Indochina.
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Luxury building fences off rent stabilized tenants' terraces
A Queens luxury tower that was bailed out by the city is blocking the large terraces of a few affordable units so tenants above with tiny balconies don’t get jealous, one resident claims.
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Conservative Coalition Urges State Officials to ‘Fiercely Resist’ EPA Rule
A coalition of 35 conservative and free market groups is urging state officials to “fiercely resist” the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attempt to force them to implement “ruinous” new greenhouse gas emission rules that could double the current price of electricity or face harsh regulatory repercussions if they refuse.
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Merry Christmas: Florida Capitol Will Display Satanic Diorama
The Satanic Temple is set to celebrate with decorations at Florida’s Capitol this year. According to CBSMiami, among the nativity scenes and other presentations in the first floor rotunda will be a cotton and cardboard diorama of an angel falling into hell.
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Origins of Human Alcohol Consumption Revealed
Human ancestors may have begun evolving the knack for consuming alcohol about 10 million years ago, long before modern humans began brewing booze, researchers say.
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Beer-Bottle Physics Could Help Explain Deadly Eruptions
The science of a bar prank that causes beer bottles to overflow with foam could help explain lethal eruptions of gases, researchers say.
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NBC ignore 17 States suing Obama over immigration order
While both ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Thursday offered brief reports on seventeen states suing the Obama administration over the President's executive order granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants without congressional approval, NBC's Today completely skipped the legal challenge to the controversial action.
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Harris-Perry on 'Burn This B---- Down': Arson, Looting 'Not Necessarily Violence' 
Next time you're assembling a criminal defense team, remember to forget Melissa Harris-Perry. On her MSNBC show today, MH-P commented on the news that authorities are considering charges against Michael Brown's stepfather Louis Head, who on the night the grand jury declined to indict, jumped on a car and implored the crowd "burn this mother------ down! Burn this b--ch down!" Numerous buildings were thereafter torched.
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Christmas is a victim of Disney marketing strategy
Orlando pastor believes he has a good reason for suggesting Christians rethink their Christmas season visits to Disney's Magic Kingdom.
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Sunday, December 07, 2014

The Patriot Factor

The Patriot Factor

Saturday, December 06, 2014

Show Notes 12/04/2014

Thursday Show 12/4/14

History of the Statue of Liberty
America probably could not have won its freedom from the British during the American Revolution without the help of the French. France provided arms, ships, money and men to the American colonies.
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Symbols of Statue of Liberty
Torch : The torch is the strongest symbol that Bartholdi incorporated into the Statue. In fact the Statue's real name reflects its true meaning: "Liberty Enlightening the World".
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Bus drivers say students at Mexican teachers' college have kidnapped them
The men are holed up with their buses on the college's soccer field, sleeping in the compartments that once held passenger luggage and hanging the clothes they've hand-washed from the windshields.
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Fort Hood shooting victims will soon be eligible for the Purple Heart
Victims of the Fort Hood shooting will soon be eligible to receive the Purple Heart, with Congress pushing ahead with a policy change that would officially recognize domestic terrorism as an issue, rather than the “workplace violence” designation the Obama administration had used.
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Lesbian judge takes on Jesus in court
An openly lesbian federal judge whose appointment was opposed by dozens of U.S. senators has ruled against a Christian former Navy chaplain who alleged his superiors engineered his dismissal from the service because he was not “ecumenical.”
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McDonald palm oil policy poorly protects climate
McDonald's is the world's most profitable fast-food chain. In 2012, its 12,600 U.S.-based restaurants alone boasted $35.6 billion in sales — nearly three times more than its nearest competitor, Subway, which has twice the number of U.S. outlets.
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Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Show Notes 11/30/2014

Sunday Show 11/30/14

Merry marijuana pot sellers woo holiday shoppers
From new marijuana strains for the holidays to gift sets and pot-and-pumpkin pies, the burgeoning marijuana industry in Colorado is scrambling to get a piece of the holiday shopping dollar.
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Dog takes bullet to save child's life in road rage shooting
A dog that was shot and killed Friday during a road rage incident outside an Atlanta strip mall is being credited with saving a child's life, witnesses say.
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Measuring evil; noted psychiatrist seeks tool to quantify wickedness
Is a “perp” who attempts to permanently scar a victim with a knife more or less depraved than one who forces a child to witness a murder? How evil would you rate a terrorist who targets civilians in comparison to a serial killer who picks victims according to their race or ethnicity?
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Opposition to Common Core spurs jump in homeschooling
The home-schooling boom is getting a new push due to opposition to Common Core, the controversial national education standard that some parents claim is using their children’s public school lessons to push a political agenda, according to critics of the Washington-backed curriculum.h
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Feds Spend $50k to Develop 'User-Friendly, Low-Cost, and Portable' Electronic Tongue
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to the University of Massachusetts Lowell to develop an electronic tongue to test water and beverages.
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Nearly $1 million in DOE time clocks gather dust
Always Investigating recently uncovered excessive overtime by city and state workers, then time card fraud at TheBus. Now, another discovery of wasted time, but not in a way you might expect.
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Health Care Group Offers ‘7 Reasons Not to Enroll in Obamacare’
The Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) is giving Americans seven reasons why they should not sign up for Obamacare when the three-month open enrollment period begins on November 15th.
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Forget winter blues, beware of winter munchies
My wife says that she always knows when we will have a very cold winter. The way she determines this is by noticing the animals – especially squirrels and foxes – will start eating more and fatten themselves up before the full force of winter comes.
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Feds review plan to let homosexuals to donate blood
Homosexual activists, with support from the blood banking community, appear to be winning their campaign to scrap the three-decade-old FDA rule barring men who have sex with other men (MSM) from donating blood.
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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Show Notes 11/27/2014

Thursday Show 11/27/14

Jihadists tweet in bid to recruit Ferguson rioters
Islamic jihadists worldwide have launched a barrage of recruitment messages amid the latest unrest in Ferguson, Mo., using Twitter accounts to call on African-Americans and others in the United States to join their cause.
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Grieving Afghan mother takes bloody revenge by killing 25 Taliban militants during seven hour battle after they gunned down her son
A grieving Afghan mother took bloody revenge on the Taliban militants who gunned down her son, killing 25 and injuring five of them during a seven hour gun battle.
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New England coastal communities threatened by feds' ban on cod fishing
Federal regulators slapped a six-month ban on most cod fishing off New England this week and are threatening to cut next year’s catch by up to 75 percent, in a move some say will destroy the livelihoods of fishermen across the region.
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Smog check: EPA proposes tougher regs for ground-level ozone pollution
In a controversial move that could impact the US economy as well as the health of millions of Americans, the Obama administration wants to tighten ground-level ozone pollution standards.
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Parents' Watchdog Group: Virtually No Family-Friendly Shows Left on TV
There’s very little family programming left” on television, lamented Melissa Henson, director of grassroots and public education at the Parents Television Council (PTC).
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Thanksgiving Prayer

Brian and Susan Bonner wish everyone a wonderful Christmas Season and hope that you and yours have things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend. God Bless you.

A prayer for Thanksgiving: By Susan Frances Bonner

Dear God, we are your creations, we are your children; hear our prayers of Thanksgiving.

In our time of want: we Thank You for the food on our table, the warm clothes that we wear and those that help provide us with sustenance.

In our time of spiritual and moral need; we Thank You for family and friends and the insight to turn to you, our Lord, our God for guidance.

In our time of hopelessness, we Thank You for lifting us up upon your broad shoulders, giving us hope and helping us to be all that we can be.

Dear God, Thank you for our lives, our loves and the wisdom to look to you for divine strength. Amen