Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Show Notes 02/22/2014

Sunday show 2/22/15

George Washington
George Washington could trace his family's presence in North America to his great-grandfather, John Washington, who migrated from England to Virginia. The family held some distinction in England and was granted land by Henry VIII.
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Moody's downgrades Russia sovereign debt to junk
Moody's Investors Service downgraded Russia's sovereign debt to junk status on Friday, citing the crisis in Ukraine and the falling price of oil. Moody's cut Russia's rating to Ba1 from Baa3, with a negative outlook.
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Except for Oakland West Coast seaports in full operation
West Coast seaports were back at full operation Sunday, except in Oakland, California, which has seen another work disruption. It's unclear what prompted the problems in Oakland. Work at the other 28 West Coast ports is back to normal, Pacific Maritime Association spokesman Steve Getzug said.
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DHS circulates report warning of sovereign citizen extremists
While the White House held a Countering Violent Extremism summit this week to talk about “extremist ideologies that radicalize” – not radical Islam in particular but myriad forms of extremism domestic and foreign – CNN reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has circulated an intelligence assessment on the “domestic terror threat from right-wing sovereign citizen extremists.
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Montanans fight to last drop over precious water rights
The American West’s history of conflict between Indians and settlers apparently isn’t over, as tribes in Montana are demanding title to water rights and lands that long have been privately
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Susan Rice: ‘Who Better Than a Mother to Spot Unusual Behavior in Her Child and Intervene?’
In a speech at the White House Summit to Counter Violent Extremism, National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Thursday said part of the strategy to combat terrorism is training women - especially mothers - to recognize the signs of recruitment and radicalization in their own families.
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Freedom From Religion Foundation says teacher's memorial violates First Amendment
A West Virginia middle school took down the crosses from a memorial to a beloved teacher, but is standing firm on the angels etched into the stone, despite an atheist group's threat to sue on constitutional grounds.
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SF archbishop answers disapproving letter from lawmakers
The archbishop of San Francisco sent a letter to California lawmakers on Thursday asking them to respect his right to hire people who uphold Catholic teachings.
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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Show Notes 02/19/15

Thursday show 2/19/15

Exxon Mobile Torrance refinery explosion
Hours after an explosion ripped through a Torrance refinery, residents for miles around continue to grapple with ash, a gas odor and concerns over poor air quality while inspectors confirmed that a filtration device was the source of the blast. A smoke advisory was issued for areas near the ExxonMobil refinery due to Wednesday morning's explosion and fire.
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Female suicide bomber kills 16 at bus station in Damuturu
A teenage female suicide bomber blew herself up at crowded bus station in northeast Nigeria on Sunday, killing at least 16 and wounding 30 others. Most of the victims were children who had either been selling peanuts or begging for money at the time of the explosion, said witnesses.
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Newspaper takes stand on Obama being Anti-Christ
For all those who may have wondered if President Barack Obama is the Antichrist mentioned in the Bible, a U.S. newspaper is now clarifying the issue. The Lexington Dispatch in North Carolina has reportedly printed a correction to a reader’s letter.
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Justice Dept. could sue Ferguson for racial discrimination
The Justice Department is preparing to bring a lawsuit against the Ferguson, Missouri, police department over a pattern of racially discriminatory tactics used by officers, if the police department does not agree to make changes on its own, sources tell CNN.
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Rubio: Homeland Security funding myst continue despite immigration fight
During a visit to Las Vegas, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio suggested Wednesday that Congress should pass a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security without conditions, essentially stepping back from a battle with President Barack Obama over his executive actions on immigration.
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Fire Chief sacked for Christian faith is firing back
Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Wednesday against the city alleging he was wrongfully terminated simply because he holds unpopular religious views.
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Judge authorizes personal ruin for florist
A judge in Washington state on Wednesday authorized the “personal ruin” of a florist whose Christian faith prevented her from promoting a same-sex wedding and who was sued by both the state and the homosexual couple.
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Hundreds of teens cause chaos in Ocoee
Authorities with the Ocoee Police Department said one juvenile was arrested on charges of battery and resisting arrest without violence. The second teen faces a misdemeanor drug charge. Investigators said more than 200 juveniles were involved in a disturbance at the West Oaks Mall food court, and about 100 of them rushed into the AMC Theater.
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Over 100 unruly pre-teens watching new Spongebob movie cause disturbance at local theater
Pittsfield Township, Michigan Police say about 100 preteens and teenagers were so unruly, management at the Cinemark Theatre (Rave) on Carpenter Road called for emergency assistance Saturday night.
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Show Notes 02/15/15

Sunday show 2/15/15

Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday is the name given to the first day of the season of Lent, in which the Pastor applies ashes to the foreheads of Christians to signify an inner repentance.
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State-led push to force convention to amend Constitution gains steam, with high-profile Republican support
A state-level campaign to rein in the federal government by calling an unprecedented convention to amend the U.S. Constitution is gaining steam, picking up support from two high-profile Republicans as more states explore the idea.
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'Arm yourselves' rabbi: Europe not protecting its Jews
A prominent rabbi and Jewish leader who made headlines last month when he called for the arming of Jewish institutions in Europe is now criticizing European governments for failing to adequately protect their Jewish citizens.
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It's a bird, it's a plane ... no, it's a bird! Signs in Oregon capital to warn of angry owl
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow inspired Oregon's capital to post new warning signs in a park where four runners reported attacks from an angry owl likely defending its nest against perceived threats.
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Obama administration proposes regulations for commercial drone use
President Obama on Sunday announced plans to regulate the use of small, commercial drones -- attempting to get ahead of safety, privacy and economic issues as the unmanned aircraft quickly become more a part of everyday American life.
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Plant extract fights brain tumor
Cushing Disease, not to be confused with Cushing's Syndrome, is caused by a tumour in the pituitary gland in the brain. The tumour secrets increased amounts of the stress hormone adrenocorticotropin (ACTH) followed by cortisol release from the adrenal glands leading to rapid weight gain, elevated blood pressure and muscular weakness.
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This Drink Will Substantially Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Attention, ladies: Science says it's time to put the kettle on. A new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women who consumed the most flavonoids, a type of antioxidant abundant in tea, were significantly less likely to develop endothelial ovarian cancer—the fifth leading cause of cancer death among women.
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Weight Loss or Not, Exercise Yields Benefits
Mary The Trieu does hourlong workouts at a CrossFit gym three to five days a week. She is also 5-foot-3 and weighs 205 pounds. Ms. Trieu avoids junk food and eats balanced meals, but she’s not on a diet. She works out to keep her weight stable and because she enjoys it.
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Hoyer Opposes Overturning D.C. Law That Forces Christian Organizations to Employ Abortion Advocates
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) stated that “freedom of religion is a constitutional guarantee,” but said he would not vote to overturn a D.C. law forcing Christian organizations to employ people who advocate abortion.
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Thursday, February 19, 2015

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Friday, February 13, 2015

Thursday show 2/12/15

New Mexico Sheriff stands against IRS
In a case reminiscent of the Cliven Bundy land standoff in Nevada, a New Mexico sheriff is refusing on constitutional grounds to allow the federal government to sell the property of a business owner embroiled in a dispute with the IRS until the owner receives due process of law and his appeal is heard.
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Terror suspects arrested every day in UK as police call for extra funding to cope with Islamic threat
Metropolitan assistant commissioner Mark Rowley revealed fanatics were being detained on a daily basis following a sharp rise in arrests because of the growing threat from Islamist jihadists.
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Earnest, Psaki Take to Twitter to Clarify Position on Terror Targeting of Jewish Store
White House and State Department press secretaries took to Twitter Tuesday to underscore that the administration believes a terror attack on a kosher store in Paris last month was anti-Jewish, hours after both appeared reluctant during daily press briefings to acknowledge that.
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VA secretary asks Iraq War veteran: 'What have you done?'
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald on Wednesday asked a Republican lawmaker who served in both Iraq wars, "What have you done?" as the two men sparred over huge cost overruns at a troubled Denver VA hospital.
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PA town packs hear and wants visitors to know
Drive into tiny Conoy Township, Pa., and you'll see the standard "welcome" sign, but it also comes with a warning: "THIS IS NOT A GUN FREE ZONE."
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Beretta Pushes Back on Army Rejection of M9A3 Pistol
The U.S. Army has now formally rejected Beretta USA's proposal for a modernized version of the M9 9mm pistol. But Beretta is not giving up just yet.
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Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in a one-room log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks Lincoln. Thomas was a strong and determined pioneer who found a moderate level of prosperity and was well respected in the community.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Show Notes 02/08/2015

Sunday show 2/8/15

The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
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Formerly riding high at the No. 2 spot in cable news, MSNBC is now being sunk by double-digit declines that have “everything … on the table” as the network plots a turn-around.
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Red carpet rolls out for 'God's Not Dead'
Under the palm trees on a perfect, Los Angeles evening, a parade of stars strolled down the red carpet. Paparazzi flash bulbs lit the twilight sky. Reporters jockeyed for position to conduct their interviews. And everywhere, beautiful smiles and glamorous styles were on full display.
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States weigh turning education funds over to parents
A radical new concept in school choice will come up for vote in at least a half-dozen states from Virginia to Oklahoma in the coming months, as lawmakers consider giving hundreds of thousands of parents the freedom to design a custom education for their children — at taxpayer expense.
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West Feliciana teacher resigns amid accusations she kicked, slapped and berated a first-grader
West Feliciana Parish sheriff’s deputies issued an arrest warrant for the teacher, Chanel M. Lemelle, on Thursday on a count of cruelty to juveniles after a number of people told deputies that Lemelle struck the student inside the school’s cafeteria on Jan. 23. The incident also was captured by surveillance cameras.
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Shock claim: School grilled kids on parents' views of 'gays'
9A legal team already challenging a Lafayette, California, high school over its use of Planned Parenthood personnel – including a self-described “pleasure activist” and another who led demonstrations at a “sex toy porn shop” – to teach public school sex-education classes now is accusing school officials of allowing a “Queer Straight Alliance” to bully students.
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'This is a tidal wave of revival taking place'
Nearly crushed under the press and paparazzi on the Hollywood red carpet Friday night, “Jesus” bore each flashbulb and barked question from reporters with the calm reserve of a man accustomed to being under fire from the media.
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Designs revealed for Iceland's first pagan temple in 1,000 years
For the first time in 1,000 years a new pagan temple is being constructed in Iceland’s capital city that will house a shrine to the Norse gods Thor, Odin and Frigg.
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Dad Refuses to Give Up Baby With Down Syndrome
When he discovered his newborn son had Down syndrome, a New Zealand man living in Armenia was horrified not by the condition, but by the assumption that he wouldn't want to keep little Leo.
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FOOD FIGHT: Lunch ladies say Michelle O’s rules driving kids to junk food
The School Nutrition Association, which represents 55,000 school food service professionals, is calling on Congress to pump the brakes on Michelle Obama’s school lunch restrictions.
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History of the Boy Scouts of America
W. D. Boyce was an American newspaper man and entrepreneur. According to legend, he was lost on a foggy street in London when an unknown Scout came to his aid, guiding him back to his destination.
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'Scouting is nothing less than applied Christianity'
The Boy Scouts, being originally founded on Christian values, grew into the largest voluntary youth movement in the world, with membership over 25 million.
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