Thursday show 3/26/15
Special Guest Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel Scott Mann
Scott Mann, a military advisor for Concerned Veterans for America, is a retired Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel with 23 years in the U.S. Army – 18 of that in Special Forces. He has deployed around the world in places like Peru, Colombia, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan. Lieutenant Colonel Mann helped implement a program late in the Afghan war known as Village Stability that he believes could defeat violent extremists all over the world. He has an upcoming book entitled Game Changers that explains how going local into rough areas around the world can win this war. Scott is also the CEO and Founder of the Stability Institute, an on-line community that trains military and stability professionals and advocates for policy change in defeating extremists.
Student barred from class for disputing rape statistics
A student at Reed College has been banned from class for denying the existence of “rape culture” in the United States and arguing that the oft-repeated statistic that one in five women are raped at college is bogus
Top 2 U.S. Jobs by Number Employed: Salespersons and Cashiers
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported Wednesday that retail sales clerk and cashier were the two largest occupations in the United States in May 2014, with their numbers increasing slightly since 2013.
BOEHNER-OFFICE MELTDOWN: PROTESTERS HAULED TO JAIL
“I, for the most part, kept my silence, waiting … and waiting … and waiting for the GOP House leadership to circle back and fix their mess,” Stanek elaborated in a blog post titled “Why I’m protesting Speaker Boehner’s office on March 25.” “The GOP must have mistaken our silence for indifference.”
Islam needs to reform or leave says Canadian leader of PEGIDA movement
Islam needs to change or it needs to leave. That’s the message from one of the leaders who has brought to Canada a controversial European movement that unites political conservatives, anti-immigration activists and neo-Nazis with the goal of beating back a perceived rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism.
Homeland chief likens Quran to American values
Jeh Johnson, the secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, raised some eyebrows recently when he likened the Quran to American values and Martin Luther King.