Friday, May 22, 2015

Thursday show 5/21/15

Which dangerous toxins are in your pot?
In 2004, California organic farm inspector Chris Van Hook submitted an unusual request to the US Department of Agriculture: He wanted permission to certify a medical marijuana farm as organic.
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Communist goals by Dr. Cleon Skousen
The following is a list of Current Communist Goals as revealed by Dr. Cleon Skousen in The Naked Communist, written in 1958 and read into the Congressional Record in1963.
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Turning Point USA mobilizing conservative votes
Since launching Turning Point USA three years ago, Eagle Scout 21-year-old Charlie Kirk—an Eagle Scout who still lives in his mom’s house—has built an organization that has a presence on 800 college campuses and registered thousands of voters in 2012.
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Rocket with secretive space plane aboard launched
The U.S. Air Force's X-37B space plane blasted into Earth orbit today, kicking off the robotic vehicle's clandestine fourth mission — as well as the first flight of a tiny solar-sailing spacecraft.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Prep drill for Jade Helm 15 includes children

There are three videos that are must see in this article. I don't care if the military needs to train. Not in my town. The people who took money from the government to be so called "actors" in this abomination deserve what they are going to get from helping them "train" to round them up. I have never in my lifetime imagined that we would be such sheeple and allow this to happen anywhere in These United States. How far we have fallen into evil.

Defense film released 'so the public will see it and accept what's coming'

That was when Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, released a statement responding to constituents’ worries about the exercise in six states involving thousands of military personnel on public and even private land.

“Over the past few weeks, my office has been inundated with calls referring to the Jade Helm 15 military exercise scheduled to take place between July 15 and September 15, 2015. This military practice has some concerned that the U.S. Army is preparing for modern-day martial law,” Gohmert said.

“Certainly, I can understand these concerns. When leaders within the current administration believe that major threats to the country include those who support the Constitution, are military veterans, or even ‘cling to guns or religion,’ patriotic Americans have reason to be concerned.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Show Notes 05/17/15

Sunday show 5/17/15

Ascension Day
According to the accounts in the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, Jesus appeared to many of his disciples during the 40 days following his resurrection.
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Exclusive: Sysco sees U.S. bird flu hurting egg supply up to 18 months
Food distributor Sysco Corp said on Friday that a record U.S. outbreak of avian flu would limit its supply of eggs and chickens that lay them for nine to 18 months, based on information provided to the company by its suppliers.
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Pro-life students win battle to form club
The science is clear these days: An unborn child is just that, an unborn child, not “tissue” as the abortion industry has insisted, activists say. And when it comes to protecting that life, there’s a younger generation that understands what is at stake and is willing to act.
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Kerry Tells China: ‘Because of Climate Change in U.S. We Are Ending Any Funding’ of ‘Coal-Fired Power’
At a joint press conference in Beijing yesterday with People’s Republic of China Foreign Minister Wang Yi, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that the Obama administration intends to cooperate closely with the PRC leading into a U.N. climate conference in Paris in December and that the U.S. is “ending any funding” of coal-fired power projects.
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America’s oldest living vet turns 109 and shows us his guns 
May 11, 2015 is Richard Overton’s 109th birthday. This makes him America’s oldest surviving World War Two Veteran.
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Armed Forces Day
Many events across the United States take place on Armed Forces Day to honor Americans in uniform who served their country in times of war and peace. Those who are honored on this day include people who serve the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard. National Guard and Reserve units may celebrate Armed Forces Day/Week over any period in May because of their unique training schedules.
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Girl gored by bison in Yellowstone Park while posing for a picture
Girl gored by bison in Yellowstone Park while posing for a pictureA 16-year-old Taiwanese girl has been gored by a bison while posing for a photo in Yellowstone National Park.
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Former New Black Panther And Ferguson Organizer Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere: “Blacks Must Kill” Cops, In ‘Self-Defense’
Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere claims to be a psychotherapist. One wonders how he could ever have gotten a license, if true. Maybe his first patient should be himself. He claims to have been the founder of the illness Manic Aggression Personality Disorder:
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Push to court-martial General for thanking God
A civil-liberties group is demanding a two-star Air Force general be court-martialed for mentioning God at a National Day of Prayer Task Force speech on May 7.
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Friday, May 15, 2015

Show Notes 05/14/2015

Thursday show 5/14/15

Special Guest Alex Newman: co-author of Crimes of the Educators; how Utopians are using government schools to destroy America's children
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Obama tells Prince William re-writing The Constitution is doable
I’ve never understood the American fascination for British royalty. Whenever any of the royal family visits the US, Americans react like we are still their subjects.
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DHS caught busing in illegal Somalis from Mexican border
The U.S. is bringing in 100,000 Muslims every year through legal channels such as the United Nations refugee program and various visa programs, but new reports indicate a pipeline has been established through the southern border with the help of the federal agency whose job it is to protect the homeland.
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FEC Panelists: ‘Dismantle Economic System' and ‘Impose Quotas’ to Get More Women in Politics
Complaining about what they agreed was a lack of women’s participation in American politics, panelists on a forum held at the Federal Election Commission headquarters (FEC) in Washington on Tuesday suggested a number of solutions.
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Feds to return $107G they seized from NC business owner, attorneys say
The North Carolina business owner for months has been battling the federal government after IRS agents last fall seized $107,000 from him, under a controversial practice known as civil forfeiture. But his attorneys at the Institute for Justice announced Thursday that the IRS and Department of Justice have moved to dismiss the case and give him back his money.
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Monday, May 11, 2015

Sunday show 5/10/15

DOJ to investigate whether Baltimore police practices violated The Constitution
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Friday that the Justice Department plans to open an investigation into whether the Baltimore Police Department “engaged in a pattern or practice of violations of the Constitution or federal law.”
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Michigan lawyer wants pig to run for mayor after ballot deadline mix up
A Michigan lawyer wants his pig to enter into the Flint mayoral race after a mix-up threatened to keep candidates' names off the primary election ballot.
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US retailer halts sales of all laminate flooring made in China
Lumber Liquidators has suspended the sale of all laminate flooring made in China a week after disclosing that the Justice Department is seeking criminal charges against the specialty retailer in an investigation over imported products.
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Building Tiny Houses Into Big Help for Los Angeles' Homeless
Shortly after Elvis Summers befriended Irene McGhee, he learned she was sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles.So the man with the blue mohawk and wraparound shades decided to build the grandmother nicknamed "Smokie" a tiny house on wheels.
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State seizes kids from family living off grid
A homeschooling couple was arrested and had all 10 of their children taken by the state Thursday after a local sheriff acted on a tip about alleged poor living conditions at their 26-acre homestead where they live “off the grid.”
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Homeschool parents who faced battering ram back in court
The German homeschool parents who faced a SWAT team’s battering ram when police demanded to take their children into custody for being homeschooled are back in court.
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WWll solider's lost gift to mom returns home for Mother's day
solider. This is the story of a loving tribute from a soldier preparing for war to his mother on the other side of the continent, who didn't know if she would ever see her boy again.
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Female soldiers fail to pass phase one of Army Ranger school
All eight female soldiers participating in the first co-ed class of U.S. Army Ranger School failed to advance to the second phase of the grueling infantry
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Navy spends 1.6 billion to upgrade carrier and amphibian ship defenses
The Navy is working on a $1.6 billion technological upgrade overhauling ship defense systems onboard amphibs and aircraft carriers to include interceptor missiles, streamlined radars and software improvements, service officials said.
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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Show Notes 05/07/2014

Thursday show 5/7/15

V-E Day
The time had finally come. British and American troops had liberated North Africa and pressed on into Italy. Soviet troops had turned the tide at Stalingrad and were slowly reclaiming their territory. Read More

Amazing Images of Proteins May Help Scientists Design Drugs
Researchers can now spy on proteins at nearly the level of their individual atoms, thanks to a new microscope technique.
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Lime disease debate can: Can condition be chronic
With 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease in the U.S. each year, it's no surprise that the tick-borne illness has been a hotly debated topic among medical experts.
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Parents and Pastors try to block schools transgender policy
A plan to add “gender identity” to a Virginia school’s nondiscrimination policy has enraged parents and preachers, but leaders of the nation’s tenth largest school district say unless they make the change, the U.S. Department of Education could withdraw federal funding.
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Environment Chairman: ‘Global Warming Alarmism Has Evolved Into a Religion
Pointing approvingly to an op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal by House Science Chairman Lamar Smith (R.-Texas), Senate Environment Chairman Jim Inhofe (R.-Okla.) said on the Senate floor yesterday that global warming alarmists are advancing a new religious sect.
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State Dep’t Official Ducks Question on Whether Global Climate Deal Will be Brought Before Senate
A State Department official on Wednesday sidestepped a senator’s question on whether the administration would seek Senate advice and consent for a global climate treaty expected to be finalized in Paris late this year, saying simply that “it’s at a very early stage in the negotiations.”
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Designer 3D printed gun challenges Feds to Constitutional duel
Cody Wilson had a vision to forward the digital revolution by creating the nation’s first firearm on a 3-D printer, and, taking a page from WikiLeaks, share the blueprints with the world via the Internet in what he called the “Wiki Weapons project.” Now he is suing the federal government in hopes of keeping his dream on target - and staying out of prison.
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NSA's domestic spying loses in court
On Thursday the 2nd Court of Appeals in Manhattan revived a challenge to a controversial National Security Agency program that sweeps up phone records on millions of Americans, saying the program was not authorized by Congress.
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Monday, May 04, 2015

Show notes 05/03/2015

Sunday show 5/3/15

Unrest in Baltimore means big business for Taser
Protesters on the street are demanding justice. Police are on TV pleading for peace. Taser is rolling in the dough. The Scottsdale, Ariz., company that makes stun guns and body cameras for law enforcement officers has long been ignored by Wall Street for its still-debated controversial solutions to otherwise potentially deadly clashes between police and civilians.
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“Avengers” does battle with blasphemy
“Marvel’s The Avengers,” the third-highest grossing movie of all time, now has its sequel, the certain megahit movie, “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” And like the previous Marvel comic book movies (notably “Thor”), “Age of Ultron” is not afraid to toy with major worldview and theological themes, but is nonetheless aiming to create a values-affirming, family-friendly (except for the rampant, comic book violence) film.
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US plans to fight terror with green energy projects
The Obama administration’s interest in stabilizing the Horn of Africa region continues to heighten in the wake of Somalia-based jihadist group al-Shabaab’s recent cross-border massacre of Christians at Kenya’s Garissa University College.
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Doctors keep mom's body functioning so baby could survive
Karla Perez, 22, died two days after the delivery, the Washington Post reported late Friday. Angel weighed just 2 pounds, 12.6 ounces at birth. The last time a brain-dead woman in the U.S. delivered a baby was 1999, the paper said. Baby Angel was delivered earlier this month at Methodist Health System in Omaha.
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Russia conducts nuclear bomber flight near Alaska
Two Russian nuclear-capable bombers intruded into the U.S. air defense zone near Alaska last week in the latest saber rattling by Moscow, defense officials said.
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Feminist Media Hail Satanists for Deeming Abortion a ‘Religious Belief
The pro-abortion media crowd is embracing new ally in their fight: Satanists.  “Mary” from Missouri is hoping to bypass her state’s 72-hour abortion waiting period by citing “sincerely held religious beliefs” – as a Satanist. The Friendly Atheist blog broke the story of how the Satanic Temple plans to aid a woman it calls Mary who believes in its “tenets.”
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Families score win in cable TV battle
Consumers are starting to see progress in their fight to stop paying for cable television channels they don’t want, and a leading advocate of family-friendly programming says the pressure will only grow from here and help drive trashy programming off the air.
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Madicon bans discrimination against Atheists and non-religious
While conservatives in Indiana and Arkansas were explaining last month why their new religious objections laws weren't invitations to discriminate against gays, the leaders of Wisconsin's capital city were busy protecting the rights of another group: atheists.
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NC mini-mart owner battles IRS over seizure
The owner of a rural North Carolina convenience store is fighting back after the IRS seized his bank account of more than $107,000 under civil forfeiture laws targeting drug lords and terrorists.
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FEC chair all but giving up hope to rein in money abuses
The chairwoman of the Federal Election Commission says she's largely given up hope of reining in abuses in raising and spending money in the 2016 presidential campaign and calls the agency she oversees "worse than dysfunctional."
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Pilot to fly solar plane across Pacific for 5 days, 5 nights
A pilot said Sunday that he is anxious but excited about flying a solar plane solo from China to Hawaii on the longest leg of the first attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel.
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Tesla touts new battery technology, wants to change US power usage
On Thursday, Tesla rolled out a suite of batteries in an effort to wean the U.S. – and the world – off fossil fuels. And, of course, convince Americans to buy lots of its batteries.
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US Military's Self-Steering Bullets Can Hit Moving Targets
In what some might consider a terrifying development, the U.S. military has passed a key milestone in creating self-steering bullets.
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