Sunday, November 19, 2017

Show Notes 11-18-2017

Saturday Show 11-18-17

The big list of 149 Trump accomplishments continued
North Korea: In August, the U.S. initiated a resolution in the U.N. Security Council establishing sanctions that would cut North Korea’s export revenue by a third. Another resolution passed Sept. 11 with new sanctions.
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IKEA glass tables are shattering spontaneously
People all over the country are complaining that their glass tables have shattered spontaneously, sometimes when there's no one in the room. And even popular brands like IKEA are not immune.
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EU Countries Sign Up to New Europe-Wide Defense Cooperation Plan; NATO Unfazed
A majority of European Union countries have signed up to a plan to establish an E.U.-wide joint defense cooperative, in a bid to strengthen European unity and reduce dependence on NATO.
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WWII veteran calls for help and dies as nurses laugh, video shows
A hidden video from 2014 showed nurses laughing as a World War II veteran repeatedly called for help and died while in their care.
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Did Cuba just successfully invade Venezuela?
The island nation still has a failed economy — the small number of citizens who own cars tend to drive antiques — it has little influence on the international scene and relations with its northern neighbor, the U.S., are still strained at best.
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Show Notes 11-17-2017

Friday Show Notes 11-17-17

Satanist up against basic scientific facts in abortion-law case
A satanist fighting Missouri’s informed-consent law – which requires that a woman requesting an abortion wait 72 hours and be informed of her options and the consequences of the procedure – is up against “basic scientific facts,” according to a pro-life legal organization.
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AP Exclusive: US scientists try 1st gene editing in the body
Scientists for the first time have tried editing a gene inside the body in a bold attempt to permanently change a person’s DNA to cure a disease.
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Rare genetic mutation found in Amish community could combat ageing
The discovery of a rare genetic mutation that prolongs human life has raised hopes for new treatments to combat ageing and prevent age-related disorders from heart disease to dementia.
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The big list of 149 Trump accomplishments
With mainstream media and establishment politicians stacked against him from the moment he announced his run for the presidency, Donald J. Trump has been in an ongoing pitched battle to communicate his plans – and his eventual successes – to Americans.
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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Show Notes 11-11-2017

Saturday Show 11-11-17

Veterans Day
Veterans Day is a holiday held every 11 November to honor all military personnel who have served in the U.S. armed forces. Veterans Day falls on a Saturday in 2017, with most states observing it on the preceding Friday.
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Nutella fans are fuming over recipe change
Nutella underwent a secret recipe change, and now fans are going nuts.
The change was first noticed by German consumer group, Hamburg Consumer Protection Centre, who revealed that Nutella now contains 8.7 percent powdered skimmed milk – up from 7.5 percent before – and has increased its sugar content from 55.9 percent to 56.3 percent.
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Judicial Watch Sues DOJ for Mueller Russian Special Counsel Budget
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) to release its information on the budget for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign.
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Millennials would prefer to live in a socialist country
More than four-in-ten U.S. millennials would prefer to live under socialism than capitalism, according to a new survey by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.
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Texas man honors shooting victims, carries 150-pound cross to Sutherland Springs
One man is making a 40-mile trek across Texas to deliver a massive cross to Sutherland Springs, where the deadliest shooting in the state’s history took place on Nov. 5.
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Antifa civil war on November 4 was really just a few protests against Trump
The afternoon of November 4 arrived in midtown Manhattan like any other Saturday. Families breezed in and out of shops and restaurants along Fifth Avenue. Couples chatted on benches in Central Park, enjoying the crisp autumn air.
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Exposed! Antifa’s intent for Americans
Members of “antifa” suddenly are everywhere. From shutting down conservative speakers on campus to organizing nationwide protests to “drive out the Trump/Pence regime,” the masked and violent black-clad extremists are constantly in the headlines.
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Las Vegas shooting: News organizations file lawsuits alleging officials are violating public records law
Several news organizations have filed lawsuits urging officials to release more information about the Las Vegas shooting, claiming they are violating public records law by keeping many of the details a secret.
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Las Vegas shooting: Officer fired weapon in Paddock's suite, sheriff says
A Las Vegas police officer accidentally fired his gun in Stephen Paddock’s suite the night of the mass shooting, the department’s sheriff said Monday, breaking more than two weeks of silence and confirming for the first time that an officer fired his weapon during the Oct. 1 incident.
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Las Vegas shooting: Mandalay Bay security guard reportedly back to work
Jesus Campos, 25, had been staying at an MGM Resorts International property since the massacre, which left 58 people dead, occurred Oct. 1. He was still staying at the hotel at the company’s expense as of Tuesday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
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Show Notes 11-10-2017

Friday Show Notes 11-10-17

Trump on Second Benghazi Suspect in Custody: ‘Our Memory Is Deep and Our Reach Is Long’
Weeks after the first trial in connection with the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi began in Washington, U.S. Special Forces have captured a second suspect in Libya, and Justice Department officials say he is on his way to the U.S. to face trial.
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Donna Brazole’s fear for her life reignites Seth Rich murder
It was just a botched robbery, they said. Move along, there’s nothing to see here, they said. Quit being paranoid and assuming there’s some conspiracy behind the random murder, they said.
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‘He was aiming at us to kill us’: I-35 shooting spree victim speaks out
Shots were fired across an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 35 from Wells Branch Parkway to Stassney Lane early Saturday morning. For the first time, we’re hearing from one of the victims in the I-35 shooting spree who dodged bullets on Austin’s busiest highway.
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U.S. Seeks Restrictions on Mexican Trucking Under Nafta
The U.S. has proposed another difficult change to the North American Free Trade Agreement that could eventually restrict long-haul Mexican truckers from operating in the country, according to people familiar with the discussions.
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Republicans who won't be coming back to Congress after 2018 midterm elections
Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-TX., announced Tuesday that he will not run for re-election in 2018.
The news comes after Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., an ardent critic of President Trump, announced earlier in October that he would not seek re-election – criticizing the president and the “flagrant disregard of truth and decency” as he made the announcement from the Senate floor.
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Why media, officials mistranslates Allahu Akbar 
As the horrific news broke that the driver of a Home Depot rental truck in New York City had mowed over pedestrians and bike riders, “terrorism” naturally came to the minds of most Americans.
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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Show Notes 10-28-2017

Saturday Show 10-28-17

Farmer dead after cow rebels against him.
A Georgia farmer was killed Wednesday morning when a cow he was attempting to move ultimately turned against him, according to the Rome-News Tribune.
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Deer crashes through Missouri hair salon's store front
The deer was caught on surveillance video crashing into Sports Clips Haircuts in Springfield. The salon posted the video on its Facebook page on Wednesday with the caption: “Our four-legged buddy in Missouri just couldn't wait to treat himself to the MVP Experience — he crashed right through the front door!
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East Texas man takes down 416-pound wild hog in backyard
If you’re a feral hog, don’t mess with Texans. That’s the lesson learned by a 416-pound wild hog that was killed by an East Texas man after wreaking havoc on his property for the past five years.
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Summerville grandmother bags a mammoth gator — just not for fun
Deborah Swails of Summerville pulled in a 12-foot-long, 494-pound alligator from the Cooper River near Bushy Park on one of the last nights of the 2017 public hunt, becoming one of the unlikeliest heroes in the now decade-old scroll of celebrated big catches.
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Son of Fox News host Eric Bolling died of accidental overdose of drug cocktail including cocaine and deadly opioid fentanyl
The son of disgraced Fox News host Eric Bolling died of an accidental overdose of a cocktail of illicit drugs, a coroner's report has revealed. The coroner's report released on Thursday in Boulder, Colorado ruled that 19-year-old Eric Bolling Jr's death on September 8 was an accidental overdose of multiple drugs.
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Convenience store worker clocks robbery suspect in the face
A devastating right hook sent robbery suspect Andre Young to the ground in Forest Park just after midnight Monday. The knockout punch, delivered by a store clerk, was captured by a security camera inside a Speedway off Northland BoulevardIt happened when police said Young tried to jump across the counter of the store.
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Kent State mulls whether telling someone ‘You need Jesus’ is hate speech
A Christian student leader is demanding an apology after a poster distributed by Kent State University asked if stating “You need Jesus“ could qualify as hate speech.
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200 white nationalists rally in Tennessee demanding closed US borders and deportations
Some 200 white nationalists carrying a Confederate flag and chanting for closed borders and deportations gathered on Saturday at the first of two White Lives Matter rallies in the state that also drew counter-protesters.
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The haunting faces of prisoners worked to death in Stalin's slave camps emerge as 100th anniversary of 1917 Bolshevik takeover approaches
Trudging through mud in sub-zero temperatures, digging the earth with their bare hands and heaving huge rocks with the most primitive of tools, have revealed life inside Joseph Stalin's gulag prisons, where people were worked to death in Soviet labour camps through the mid-1900s.
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Paul Ryan Says He Wants to ‘Fix’ DACA: But Reformers Want Much More
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he wants to “fix” the DACA amnesty problem, but pro-American reformers want him to reach higher and update immigration policy to help Americans.
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God not needed to be moral say most Americans
Americans took God out of public schools. And universities, mostly. And, over the years, government. And social issues. And holiday references. And there even have been attempts to banish God, or belief in Him, from business, including in the fight over abortion funding in Obamacare.
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What These Conservative Black Clergy Have to Say to LGBT Activists
Conservative African-American clergy accused LGBT activists of hijacking the civil rights movement and launched a campaign to support a Colorado baker who refused to create a cake for a gay wedding.
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Show Notes 10-27-2017

shFriday Show Notes 10-27-17

WikiLeaks: Clinton Bribed 6 Republicans To ‘Destroy Trump’
WikiLeaks has released information that shows Hillary Clinton campaign staffers bribing 6 Republicans to “destroy Trump”. In an email from John Podesta to Huma Abedin, the pair discuss diverting Clinton campaign funds to various Republicans who were secretly on the Clinton payroll.
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FBI uncovered Russian bribery plot before Obama administration approved controversial nuclear deal with Moscow
Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documents and interviews.
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More Obama Corruption Revealed as Dirty Democratic Party Implodes
This week will surely go down in history as one of the most painful for the modern democratic party, sowing the seeds of their eventual demise.
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Deadline Looms for Tillerson Decision on North Korea Terror Listing
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has until next Tuesday to inform Congress whether North Korea meets the criteria to be relisted as a state-sponsor of terrorism – a step which the regime has already indicated it will view as tantamount to a declaration of war.
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Authorities put brakes on information flow in Las Vegas shooting
Fifty-eight people killed. More than 500 injured. And yet, nearly a month after the Las Vegas Strip experienced the worst mass shooting in modern American history, local and federal authorities are refusing to fill in the blanks.
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Spain sacks Catalan government after independence declaration
The Madrid government sacked Catalonia’s president and dismissed its parliament on Friday, hours after the region declared itself an independent nation in Spain’s gravest political crisis since the return of democracy four decades ago.A new regional election will be held in Catalonia on Dec. 21, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in a televised address on a day of high drama.
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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Show Notes 10-21-17

Saturday Show 10-21-17

Hysterical Judge refuses to let go of Sheriff Joe
A federal judge whose control over a contempt citation she issued against former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio vanished when President Trump pardoned him is insisting that while the lawman won’t be punished, the conviction must remain on his record.
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Google admits its new smart speaker eavesdropped on user
A major flaw has been detected in the newly-unveiled Google Home Mini speaker that allows it to secretly record conversations without users knowing.
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Melaina saves taxpayers a Fortune By Making Shocking Cuts In Number of Aides At White House Compared To Lavish Michelle Obama
Melania is trying a new approach in the White House as our first lady, it’s called “respecting” the taxpayer. We all know by now how much Michelle Obama suffered in the White House, and if you don’t, you haven’t’ been watching the news, as she travels around speaking about how much she endured for the sake of appearances.
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Group: Memo shows Obama team obstructed deportation cases
A newly obtained memo shows that a top Obama legal office interfered with key immigration investigators in deportation cases, bolstering a congressional charge that the government was losing half of those legal cases on purpose, according to an immigration reform group.
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Exclusive: Grandmother who thwarts kidnapper says she told him don’t move or I’ll shoot
A pistol-packing grandmother says she kept her cool and waited for the right moment to pull her gun on a kidnapper with a knife.
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Trump admin scraps EPA’s Deceitful sue and settle trick
Limited government advocates and property-rights champions are cheering Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt for publicly announcing he will scrap the tactic known as “sue and settle” for as long as he is in office.
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Michigan university offering first-ever degree in marijuana studies
Looking to capitalize on the rising demand for cannabis, Northern Michigan University is offering a marijuana-focused degree — but stoners need not apply.
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Father of soldier slain in Niger Defends President Trump: “My Son Knew What He Signed Up For”…This Is “Not About Donald Trump And This Isn’t About a Damn Phone Call!”
When Americans heard about the tragic deaths of the four U.S. troops, killed in an attack by Islamic extremists in Niger, on October 4, their first thought for most of us, was sadness for the families of the brave troops.
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Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after Trump order
The Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at addressing what the Pentagon has described as an "acute shortage of pilots."
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IG: 13 Afghan Military Trainees Have Disappeared Inside the U.S.
Thirteen Afghans who came to the United States for military training between 2005 and 2017 went AWOL here and have not been accounted for, according to an inspector general's report.
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Scientists Just Found the Perfect Spot to Build an Underground Colony on the Moon
For years, scientists have wondered if dark, crater-like features on the lunar surface might be entrances to giant caverns carved long ago by flowing lava.
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