Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Show Notes 10/26/2014

Sunday Show 10/26/14

Dorothy Day
Dorothy Day was born on November 8, 1897, in New York City. She was the third of five children born to her parents, Grace and John, who worked as a journalist. The family moved to California for his job when Dorothy was 6 years old. They later lived in Chicago.
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Dorothy Day founded the Catholic Worker movement, with combining militant pacifism, radical
economic redistribution and direct service to the poor, including the homeless. 
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Brad Pitt: I've been a gun owner since I was in kindergarten
Brad Pitt has been a gun owner for a very long time. The recently married actor told Radio Times he inherited his grandfather’s gun when he was a child.
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Utah rally: End police shootings of dogs
To the Guerreros, dogs are part of the family. So on Saturday, the family — mother, two daughters, a grandson, a granddaughter, a great-grandson and a few four-legged members of the clan — joined a rally on the steps of the Utah State Capitol calling for an end to police shootings of dogs.
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Suspect in killing of deputies was twice deported
Suspect in killing of deputies was twice deportedA man suspected of killing two deputies during a shooting rampage in Northern California was deported twice to Mexico and had a drug conviction, federal authorities said Saturday.
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Religion's influence waning, study says
When the Rev. Mike Hurt leads counseling sessions in his private office, or answers questions - the difficult ones about life and spirituality and the lessons of God - he often engages on topics relating to the necessity of faith.
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Reprieve for Idaho ministers threatened with jail for not performing gay weddings
Authorities in Coeur d'Alene Idaho have buckled under the pressureof nationwide outrage at their threat to jail two ordained ministers for not performing gay marriage in their wedding chapel and declared the "Hitching Post" wedding chapel exempt from their "non-dsicrimination" law.
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Lapid: Israel-US relations in 'crisis'
Earlier on Friday, Ynet revealed that the Obama administration refused the Israeli defense minister's request to meet with other top officials, including Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State John Kerry, and the National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
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Illustration to be Handed Out at Public Schools: Human Bible Sexually Assaulting Woman
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, an atheist group, is planning to hand out in several Florida public high schools a pamphlet that features an illustration on its cover depicting a humanized Bible sexually assaulting a young woman.
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Guns in senior portraits OK if done tastefully, Nebraska school board says
You’ve seen those senior class photos of kids posing with footballs and musical instruments. Now graduating seniors attending a central Nebraska school district are free to pose with firearms for their school yearbook picture, as long as it’s done tastefully.
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Friday, October 24, 2014

Show Notes 10/23/2014

Thursday Show 10/23/14

UK gun owners now subject to warrantless home searches
Registered gun owners in the United Kingdom are now subject to unannounced visits to their homes under new guidance that allows police to inspect firearms storage without a warrant.
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Former Secret Service agent on gun mess: I knew it!
The disclosure that guns purchased in the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms’ Fast and Furious anti-drug cartel program have been found at a crime scene in the United States did not surprise Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who raised the very scenario last year.
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Senate Democratic Officials Start Lashing Out at White House
The relationship between the White House and Senate Democrats hit a new low Tuesday evening after the administration's press office released a transcript of first lady Michelle Obama's appearance in Iowa on behalf of Democratic Senate candidate Bruce Braley. The problem: The subject line of the e-mail referred to Braley as the "Democratic candidate for governor."
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Judge restricts Dinesh Dsouzas travel
A federal judge in New York City has put filmmaker and bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza under a travel restriction during the eight months in which he has been sentenced to a community confinement center in San Diego, where he must spend each night.
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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., sided today with the Internal Revenue Service and dismissed lawsuits by tea party organizations seeking redress for improper delays and scrutiny of their applications for tax-exempt status.
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Davis City Council votes to return armored vehicle to federal government
It was free, but the imposing-looking armored vehicle recently acquired by the Davis Police Department is being sent back. The Davis City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday night to return the vehicle to the federal government.
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MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry More Afraid of Police Than Ebola, ISIS
“At this point, I feel much more terror every time I see blue lights than when I think about Ebola or ISIS,” said Harris-Perry. “It feels to me – and it could be, not blue lights coming for me, but just anywhere on the street – I feel like, ‘Please God, don’t make me have to interact here,' because these videos make it feel like there is nothing that makes you safe."
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Sunday Show 10/19/2014

Sunday Show 10/19/14

Interview with Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt candidate for Colorado House District 15

Eugene V Debs
Debs grew up in the small midwestern city of Terre Haute, Indiana, where his parents, Alsatian immigrants, operated a grocery store. In 1875 he was elected secretary of the Terre Haute lodge of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen.
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Sources: Hunter Biden Leaves Navy After Drug Test
Hunter Biden, the youngest son of Vice President Joe Biden, has been kicked out of the military after testing positive for cocaine, two people familiar with the matter said Thursday.
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Hong Kong street clashes erupt despite imminent talks
Violent clashes erupted early on Sunday in a Hong Kong protest hotspot as unarmed pro-democracy activists once again confronted riot police despite the confirmation of talks between protest leaders and officials early this week.
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Union enrollment plummets for Wisconsin teachers under tough law
Teachers in Wisconsin's public schools have learned a major lesson from the state's landmark 2011 law neutering public sector unions, with more than a third dropping out of their labor organization.
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Hitching Post sues Coeur d’Alene after declining to marry gay couple
The owners of the Hitching Post wedding chapel filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Coeur d’Alene Friday, claiming that the city is unconstitutionally forcing them to violate their religious beliefs by performing same-sex marriages.
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Houston Pastor on Subpoenas for Sermons: It’s ‘Political Thuggery’
One of five pastors who were subpoenaed by the City of Houston to gain access to their sermons and other documents said the move by Mayor Annise Parker was “political thuggery.”
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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Show Notes 10/16/2014

Thursday Show 10/16/14

Special guest tonight, Jim Horn author of Moslem Men Fear Woman

CDC denies enterovirus link to illegal-alien kids
The CDC denies a causal link between the surge of illegal-alien children from Latin America and the enterovirus D-68 outbreak in the United States, but government data show the virus was rare in the U.S. before this year.
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Obama expected to order National Guard to Liberia
President Obama is expected to issue an executive order to put National Guard boots on the ground in Liberia to help stop the spread of Ebola, according to a report Thursday.
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Army Secretary: “I certainly would not suggest any family member not to be worried”
Ebola is "a very concerning matter," Secretary of the Army John McHugh told reporters on Wednesday. "I certainly would not suggest to any family, don't be worried, don't be concerned. Every time a solider goes forward on any mission, there's concern. And -- and this is a very concerning matter."
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Government spends 2 cents to make 1 penny
The cost for the U.S. government to produce pennies and nickels is more than the face value of the coins, a government watchdog points out. Judicial Watch, in a statement Wednesday, called it an “egregious waste” and a “fleecing.” The U.S. Treasury’s practice, Judicial Watch said, “means hundreds of millions of coins have been sold well below cost.”
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White House pool reporters seeking own news distribution
Pool reports: Those summaries of the president’s public appearances that go to the media at large, are filed by a rotating group of journalists whose work is intended to be free of content changes by the White House.
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Small Group of Liberal Activists Isn't Denying Using Automated Software to Target Tweets at Limbaugh Advertisers
A small group of liberal activists who want conservative talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh off the air are not denying--as stated in an investigative report posted on Limbaugh’s website--that they have used automated software to generate massive numbers of negative tweets to companies they apparently have never patronized but that advertise on Limbaugh’s show.
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Free thoughts on the proceedings of The Continental Congress

A letter to Farmers of North America, from Angilcan History

PERMIT me to address you upon a subject, which, next to your eternal welfare in a future world, demands your most serious and dispassionate consideration. The American Colonies are unhappily involved in a scene of confusion and discord. The bands of civil society are broken; the authority of government weakened, and in some instances taken away: Individuals are deprived of their liberty; their property is frequently invaded by violence, and not a single Magistrate has had courage or virtue enough to interpose. From this distressed situation it was hoped, that the wisdom and prudence of the Congress lately assembled at Philadelphia, would have delivered us.

I read part of this letter on my radio show: Women of the Revolution. It was written in 1774 by a Loyalists. The above part sounds like what the British was doing to us, the Colonists, right? Well you would be wrong. This is what the author perceived that the Patriots were doing to him. The author goes on:

Let us now consider the probable consequences of these agreements, supposing they should take place, and be exactly adhered to. The first I shall mention is, clamours, discord, confusion, mobs, riots, insurrections, rebellions, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and the West-Indies.

Now, read the entire letter and ponder. Who does this sound like today? See people haven't changed, times have changed, technology has changed, but not people. This letter could have been penned by Obama or Nancy Pelosi. Sad really. 

Monday, October 13, 2014

Show Notes 10/12/2014

Sunday Show 10/12/14

The Festival of Sukkot begins on Tishri 15, the fifth day after Yom Kippur. It is quite a drastic transition, from one of the most solemn holidays in our year to one of the most joyous. Sukkot is so unreservedly joyful that it is commonly referred to in Jewish prayer and literature as Z'man Simchateinu Z'mn Simchateinu (in Hebrew), the Season of our Rejoicing.
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W.E.B. Du Bois
W.E.B. Du Bois was born during the term of President Andrew Johnson and died the year that Lyndon Johnson became president. Du Bois was born in 1868 and raised in Massachusetts, and graduated in 1888 from Fisk University, a black liberal arts college in Nashville, Tennessee. During the summer, he taught in a rural school and later wrote about his experiences in his book THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK.
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Horseback protest targets BLM, but environmentalists say "whoa"
They're a dozen men and women riding horseback on a modern-day cross-country cattle drive, but with fistfuls of petitions instead of a herd of steers. Their wide-brimmed hats tipped low against the sun's glare, they're riding from Bodega Bay, Calif., to Washington.
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'Museum of the Bible' hopes to have faithful flock to Washington
If Steven Green’s prayers are answered, a new museum will take its place three years from now in Washington, alongside such venerable repositories of art and artifacts as the Smithsonian and the Air and Space and U.S. Holocaust Memorial museums.
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Fast selling book ignored by media, buried in stores
Published Tuesday, it already is going through a fifth printing, sits near the top of the Internet sales lists and will debut on the New York Times list next week; but even amid widespread acknowledgement that the nation is unraveling, nobody in establishment media seems interested in talking about a book called “Stop the Coming Civil War”.Read more at
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Boy, 13, killed when sacrificial goat plunges from roof
A 13-year-old boy has been killed after a sacrificial goat jumped off a building and landed on his head. A Turkish schoolboy Heval Yildirim died when sacrificial goat jumped off building and fell on him.
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Obama's Catalist Database operates like the Borg
As I mentioned in my previous column, the Democrats and the institutional left have a new political tool that allows them virtually to ignore moderates yet still win elections. It’s called the Catalist database, and was previously deployed in the 2012 election.
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Mexican Gov't paying to help shield Illegal Immigrants in the US from deportation
The government of Mexico is paying to help its citizens who are living illegally in the United States avoid deportation. According to a report from National Public Radio, the Mexican government through its 50 consulates around the United States has been helping to fund low-income illegal immigrants to apply for President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA — which shields illegal immigrants from deportation and allows them to work in the U.S. Read More

Supreme Court blocks Wisconsin voter ID law
The Supreme Court on Thursday night blocked Wisconsin from implementing its new voter identification law on the eve of next month's elections. In a related action, a district court judge in Texas ruled that state's voter ID law is racially discriminatory and violates the Voting Rights Act. The state attorney general's office said it would appeal.
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Gay marriage opponent Perkins calls recent Supreme Court move on gay marriage 'back alley maneuver'
Tony Perkins, Family Research Council president and outspoken opponent of gay marriage, said Sunday that the Supreme Court effectively deciding last week to allow states to handle the issue is a “back alley maneuver” and that the debate is “not going away.”
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Thousands of Pastors defying IRS
It’s been a rough year or so for the Internal Revenue Service. The agency has been in the news for “losing” key computer records that Congress wants to investigate. There was the scandal over high-level attempts to investigate and intimidate churches. And there were the demands that certain conservative and Christian groups reveal their prayers and promise not to oppose Planned Parenthood.
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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Show Notes 10/09/2014

Thursday Show 10/9/14

Soda makers pledge to reduce calorie consumption
Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper said Tuesday they'll work to reduce the calories Americans get from beverages by 20 percent over the next decade by more aggressively marketing smaller sizes, bottled water and diet drinks.
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Food for thought: Expensive meals taste better, study finds
New research shows price really can impact how food tastes — at least at the all-you-can eat buffet.
In a study published in the Journal of Sensory Studies, diners who paid $8 rather than $4 at a lunch buffet said their food was 11 percent tastier.
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Best pizzas in America
Ask the average person who makes the best pizza, or read articles, blogs, and best-of lists by pizza “experts,” or wade into online comments, and you’ll find that there is a light side and a dark side — two flavors, if you will — of Pizza Opinion: The positive, passionate, all-consuming love for one’s own favorite cheesy, greasy, roof-of-mouth-burning slice; and the dark, fiery vitriol reserved for those who dare challenge the superiority of thin-crust over deep-dish, sweet sauce over savory, or any number of other fiercely divisive pizzalogical issues.
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Goodbye Gun Control: The $1,200 Machine For 3D-Printing Guns Has Sold Out In 36 Hours
On Wednesday, Cody Wilson’s libertarian non-profit Defense Distributed revealed the Ghost Gunner, a $1,200 computer-controlled (CNC) milling machine designed to let anyone make the aluminum body of an AR-15 rifle at home, with no expertise, no regulation, and no serial numbers. Since then, he’s sold more than 200 of the foot-cubed CNC mills—175 in the first 24 hours. That’s well beyond his expectations; Wilson had planned to sell only 110 of the machines total before cutting off orders.
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Judicial Watch president: Holder resigned over Judges Fast and Furious ruling
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton says he has “no doubt” that a Sept. 23 federal court order requiring the Department of Justice (DOJ) to turn over an index of documents relating to the Fast and Furious scandal by October 22 prompted the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder two days later.
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Over 3,500 passengers from Ebola affected nations have been allowed to enter the U.S. without any special screening since January 1, 2014, according to a leaked internal intelligence report from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Intelligence and Liaison exclusively obtained by Breitbart Texas.
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More than a dozen states plan to cancel health care policies not in compliance with ObamaCare
More than a dozen states plan to cancel health care policies not in compliance with ObamaCare in the coming weeks, affecting thousands of people just before the midterm elections.
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Teachers Reprimanded for Speaking Out Against Common Core
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R.) blasted reports Tuesday that teachers are being reprimanded for speaking out against Common Core standards on social media. A teacher in Rapides Parish, in Alexandria, La., was “written up” for writing a negative post on Facebook about the controversial standards, according to Town Talk.
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Union workers protest Obama's EPA regulations
The United Mine Workers of America held a rally Tuesday in Washington, D.C., to protest Environmental Protection Agency regulations that they claim would destroy the nation’s coal industry and coal-related jobs while doing nothing to address climate change.
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