Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Show notes 01-31-16

Show Notes 01-31-16

Oregon standoff: Last of the occupiers 'hoping for a miracle'
Six miles beyond an FBI roadblock, the four remaining holdouts at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge huddled around a small fire Saturday and waited for divine intervention.
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The 10 most brilliant days in the world's history
After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas night, George Washington’s small 1,200 man force confronted General Cornwallis’ 4,500 man British army. The night before the battle, Washington left his campfires burning and marched his army in absolute silence around the back of the British camp at Princeton, New Jersey. Guns were wrapped in heavy cloth to stifle any noise.
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Obama to make first visit of his presidency to US Mosque
President Obama will make the first visit during his presidency to a U.S. mosque, the White House announced Saturday, part of the administration’s push to promote religious tolerance at a time when rhetoric linking Islam with terrorism is growing.
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Plan to infuse small towns with Muslim migrants meets resistance
Rural folks in Montana are pushing back against plans by urban elites to plant hundreds of Muslims from the Third World into Helena and Missoula. They plan a protest rally at 10 a.m. Monday in front of the county courthouse in Missoula.
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Satanists to do invocation at Phoenix City Council meeting
Members of a satanic group will give the opening prayer at an upcoming Phoenix City Council meeting. Some council members have objected, but city attorney Brad Holm says the government cannot exclude a religion from praying under such circumstances.
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Hillary project on track to take her out
The Hillary Clinton Investigative Justice Project has reached its first threshold, having raised sufficient funds to continue its investigative series into the presidential candidate for illegal activities and to prepare a series of hard-hitting reports for WND that will lead to criminal charges being filed against her at the state level, if the Justice Department fails to indict her.
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DOD Will Allow Troops On Duty to Breastfeed
As part of his commitment to build the military "force of the future," Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Thursday announced a series of "family-friendly" initiatives to attract and retain "the best America has to offer." "We are not Google. We are not Walmart. We're war fighters. But that doesn't mean we should not be challenging ourselves just like the private sector," Carter told reporters at the Pentagon.
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China strongly condemns US sending warship near island
China strongly condemned the United States after a US Navy warship deliberately sailed near one of the Beijing-controlled islands in the hotly contested South China Sea to exercise freedom of navigation and challenge China's vast sea claims.
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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Show Notes 01-28-2016

Thursday Show 01-28-16

Thousands' called to Burns to tell FBI to leave after occupation leader's arrest
The request for help came on the heels of the Wednesday night arrest of Jason Patrick, a Georgia roofer who had emerged as a leader among the remaining occupiers of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge after the takeover's key planners, including Ammon Bundy and Ryan Payne, were taken into law-enforcement custody.
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3 reasons managers are afraid to hire Milennials
Millennials have a bad rap. Here's how to overcome stereotypes to find the job you want. Ashlee, a Millennial, has an impressive academic and work record. She graduated with a 3.945 GPA while holding down three part-time jobs throughout the university.
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Footage shows dramatic barbershop shootout between suspects and CWP holders
Surveillance video shows a shootout between two concealed weapons holders and a pair of armed robbery suspects who tried to knock over a Fort Jackson Boulevard barbershop Friday night. The Columbia Police Department responded to an armed robbery call at Next Up Barber and Beauty shortly before 7 p.m. Friday.
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Female bow hunter receives death threats
he anti-hunting crowd has once again proven that they are far more violent than the hunters they seem to hate so much. Jen “The Archer” Cordaro, a prominent, female bow hunter from California revealed in a recent interview that she has received death threats after teaching children how to hunt.
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Attorney General defends executive actions on guns as legal
"The department is on notice," Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., chairman of the subcommittee, told Lynch. "This subcommittee will have no part in undermining the Constitution and the rights that it protects."
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Pro-lifers demand untainted Planned Parenthood grand jury
Operation Rescue, the pro-life organization that once bought a building housing an abortion clinic so it could shut down the clinic, is demanding a new “untainted” grand jury to look into allegations of criminal conduct by Planned Parenthood in Houston.
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‘Submission’ to Islam: Critics Slam Cover-Up of Rome's Nude Statues for Iran's President
Italian opposition politicians have lashed out at a decision to cover up classical statues ahead of a visit by Iranian President Hasan Rouhani to a world-famous Roman museum, for fear of offending his Muslim sensibilities.
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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Show Notes 01-24-2016

Show Notes 01-24-16

New Mexico rancher renounces Federal grazing contract at Bundy event
A rancher from New Mexico renounced his U.S. Forest Service grazing contract at an event held by an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in Oregon to protest federal land use policies.
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Shutdown: House Will Hold No Votes This Week Because of Storm That Has Passed
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has announced that the U.S. House of Representatives is postponing votes it had expected to hold on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and will not hold votes until Monday, Feb. 1--as a result of the heavy snowstorm that hit Washington, D.C. on Friday and Saturday.
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Girls basketball team gets booted from league for being to good
A Minnesota youth basketball team has been ejected from a league for being too good and now the coach, parents and players are crying foul.
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WH: 'We've Gone to Great Lengths...to Shut Down the Flow of Arms' Between US, Mexico
"We've been quite concerned about the ease with which arms...tend to flow across the border between the United States and Mexico," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Thursday.
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Request to delay January release of Clinton emails blames snow, Republicans say ask political, tied to early primaries
The State Department is asking a federal court for a one-month extension for the January 29 release of emails from former agency secretary Hillary Clinton, citing in part problems from this weekend’s snow storm and sparking outrage from Republicans about the delay influencing early voting in the White House race.
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New York Times bestselling author Aaron Klein’s book, “The REAL Benghazi Story: What the White House and Hillary Don’t Want You to Know,” is a groundbreaking investigative work that finally exposes some of the most significant issues related to the murderous attack – information with current national security implications.
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Blizzard Conditions Shut Down D.C., But Check Out The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier…Washington, D.C. is shut down as a winter storm continued to cover the nation’s capital in snow. But as the winds pick up speed and the snow piles up, the men who guard the Tomb of the Unknown  never stop keeping watch.
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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
On Memorial Day, 1921, four unknowns were exhumed from four World War I American cemeteries in France. U.S. Army Sgt. Edward F. Younger, who was wounded in combat, highly decorated for valor and received the Distinguished Service Medal in "The Great War, the war to end all wars," selected the Unknown Soldier of World War I from four identical caskets at the city hall in Chalons-sur-Marne, France, Oct. 24, 1921.
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FBI belies Air Force claim that open carry stops shooters
FBI data on the number of active shootings thwarted by armed citizens appears to contradict an Air Force argument for authorizing off-duty airman to open-carry and conceal-carry weapons while on base.
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H. RES. 569
Condemning violence, bigotry, and hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in the United States. Whereas the victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes and rhetoric have faced physical, verbal, and emotional abuse because they were Muslim or believed to be Muslim.
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‘Act of God’: Ayatollah Claims Divine Intervention Led to US Sailors' Detention at Gunpoint
“An act of God” was responsible for U.S. Navy sailors entering Iranian waters, leading to their arrest at gunpoint, Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday told Islamic Revolu-tionary Guard Corps (IRGC) members who detained the Americans.
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Refugee crisis as seen from Davos
The influx of refugees into Europe and how countries can deal with the crisis was a major topic at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos. Still, the grand plan remains elusive.
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Friday, January 22, 2016

Show notes 01-21-2016

Thursday show 01-21-16

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown told federal officials that it is time to advance on ranchers holed up in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge since Jan. 2
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Federal employees revel in the fact that they swindle land from private property owners at pennies on the dollar, in astonishing admissions captured in a recently released video.
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Washington governor takes action on guns after Obama move
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order last Wednesday aimed at curbing gun violence by improving data-sharing among government agencies and starting a new public health campaign on suicide prevention.
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GAO: 70% of Firearms Seized in Mexico Came From USA
A new federal report reveals that 70% of the firearms seized by Mexican authorities between 2009 and 2014 originated in the United States. In addition, the report shows that the majority of those U.S.-originated guns were bought in California, Arizona, and Texas, southwest states that border Mexico.
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When all else failed this won the Revolutionary War
The bloody butcher” is what colonists called British Colonel Banastre Tarleton.
He let his dragoons bayonet and hack hundreds of surrendering Americans at Buford’s Massacre during the Battle of Waxhaw, May 29, 1780
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It's true: College is driving your kids insane
Like the legions entering America from adversarial foreign cultures, many of these “new arrivals” from totalitarian collage campus cultures are also likely to come into serious conflict with a constitutional republic which, as John Adams said, was “fit only for a moral and religious people.”
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Sunday show 01-17-16

Oregon standoff: Occupiers remove cameras, clash with conservationists
Tensions mounted Saturday at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, where men involved in an armed standoff clashed with conservationists and accused government workers of harassing their families.
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Rep. Hartzler: Empty Chair at SOTU Should Be For ‘Those Who’ve Had Their Heads Cut Off’ by ISIL
At the State of the Union on Tuesday, Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) said that the empty chair President Barack Obama left in the first lady’s box for victims of gun violence should have been left for “those who’ve had their heads cut off or killed through ISIL, because that was the true cause of the problem in San Bernardino.”
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Newly Released Email Shows Forces Were Ready to Deploy to Benghazi
Attkisson notes in Part One of "Rescue Interrupted" that "the White House has refused to detail the involvement of President Obama -- the Commander-in-Chief -- while Americans were under attack on foreign soil."
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The roots of black lives matter unveiled
The Black Lives Matter movement (BLM) casts itself as a spontaneous uprising born of inner city frustration, but is, in fact, the latest and most dangerous face of a web of well-funded communist/socialist organizations that have been agitating against America for decades.
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DOJ: Children Do Not Need—and Have No Right to—Mothers
The Obama Justice Department is arguing in the United States Supreme Court that children do not need mothers. The Justice Department’s argument on the superfluity of motherhood is presented in a brief the Obama administration filed in the case of Hollingsworth v. Perry, which challenges the constitutionality of Proposition 8, the California ballot initiative that amended California’s Constitution to say that marriage involves only one man and one woman.
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Chamber of Commerce: Administration on a ‘Regulatory Tear’ Til the Moving Van Backs Up to the White House Door
In a State of American Business address, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas Donohue said Thursday that the Obama administration is on a “regulatory tear” that will continue until President Barack Obama leaves the White House.
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City squeezes family in court for 8 million to close business
The city of Palo Alto, California, wants a court to dismiss a lawsuit opposing its demand that the family owners of a mobile home park pay some $8 million for permission to close it down.
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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Show Notes 01-14-2014

Thursday show 01-14-16

Carter says ‘navigation error’ – not mechanical problem – put US boats in Iranian waters
The Pentagon has backed off claims that a mechanical failure contributed to U.S. sailors drifting into Iranian waters and touching off a diplomatic incident earlier this week, with Defense Secretary Ash Carter now saying a “navigation error” was to blame.
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Scientists say humans have basically canceled the next ice age
At a time of intense planetary warming, it’s odd to even contemplate a counterfactual world in which we might instead be in or heading into a glacial period, sometimes more popularly called an “ice age.”
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Oregon folk singer and self-styled “Peace Troubadour” James Twyman wants you to know he’s no hero, but “hero” is probably not the word that came to most people’s minds when he announced his planned concert for peace in ISIS-controlled Syria.
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Flying turkey ruffles feathers about 'emotional support' animals on planes
If you think that air travel has gone to the birds, it has -literally. We're talkin' turkey, as in that big Thanksgiving bird, one of which recently was spotted aboard a Delta flight acting as a "support animal," and that's causing a flap over how passengers are using, and abusing, comfort animal rules.
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Farmer cut off his right hand in failed ploy for insurance money
A Spanish court sent a farmer to prison after he cut off his hand and faked a car wreck for insurance money, local media reported Wednesday. Investigators said the farmer had run short on cash in 2007 when he concocted the plan. He started by hacking off his right hand and quickly applying a tourniquet to stop the bleeding, according to The Local.
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10 Yemeni detainees sent from Gitmo to Oman, in 'troubling' transfer
The Obama administration on Thursday quietly transferred 10 Yemeni detainees from the prison at Guantanamo Bay to neighboring Oman – so quietly, in fact, that the news was first reported by state-run Middle East news agencies. And once the news got to Capitol Hill, it set off alarm bells given the host country’s proximity to Al Qaeda’s most active branch.
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Herb from plant may aid in cold, flu prevention
The Ache: Cold and flu season is here, and with it, a healthy dose of misery.
The Claim: Echinacea, a herbal remedy made from a flowering plant, can prevent respiratory infections—or even help treat them once they begin.
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Things to know about the flu shot: Lots of options this year
Give flu vaccine another chance: This year's version got a recipe change that should make it more effective after last winter's misery from a nasty surprise strain of virus.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Show Notes 01-10-2016

Sunday show 01-10-16

Natural Born Citizen
There were three volumes of Emmerich de Vattel's The Law of Nations at The Philadelphia/Constitutional Convention of 1787
*§ 212. Citizens and natives.*
The citizens are the members of the civil society; bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages. The natives, or natural-born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens.
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Oregon standoff elevates debate on Federal land ownership
Members of an Idaho militia group arrived at an Oregon refuge on Friday as armed occupiers refused to leave the federal building outside Burns. The 3% of Idaho group’s members will “secure a perimeter” around the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, which has been occupied by an armed militia led by Ammon Bundy for seven days.
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Afghan forces struggle as ranks thinned by 'ghost' soldiers
Afghan forces are struggling to man the front lines against a resurgent Taliban, in part because of untold numbers of "ghost" troops who are paid salaries but only exist on paper.
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Gas prices could drop toward $1 a gallon
In some gas stations around the country, the price of a gallon of regular has dropped below $1.42. AAA and GasBuddy, two organizations that follow gasoline prices, say that gasoline prices below $2 will not be unusual in most of the United States.
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School official apologizes for response to rape allegations
A county school board chairman in Tennessee has apologized for officials' response after three high school basketball players were charged with raping a teammate in an apparent hazing incident.
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Conservatives Agree Standoff in Oregon Elevates Debate on Federal Land Ownership
As protesters continue to engage in a standoff against the government at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, conservatives agree the events have elevated the debate over federal land ownership. But lawmakers stop short of endorsing the actions of the protesters occupying a federal building located south of Burns, Ore.
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General Warns: Military Will Face 'Great Pressure' to Lower Standards for Women in Combat to Please ‘Agenda-Driven’ in D.C.
Marine Gen. John Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, said at a Pentagon press briefing on Friday that he believes that future generals will face “great pressure” to lower the standards for women in combat in order to get more women into combat roles.
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2-year-old husky gets new set of 3-D printed prosthetic paws
A 2-year-old husky mutt can stand, sit and run like an ordinary dog for the first time in his life after receiving a custom-made set of prosthetic legs. Derby, who lives in New York with his owner, Sherry Portonva, was born with partially formed front paws that forced him to use his hind legs and chest to crawl and walk, KNS Radio reported.
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Police dog dies after being shot breaking up burglary
An Ohio police dog who was shot several times during a weekend burglary died Sunday morning. The dog, Jethro, was shot around 1 a.m. Saturday as he approached a suspect attempting to rob Fisher Foods in Canton, WKYC reported.
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Why crows hold funerals
Someone is dead. There's a body, attended by a number of concerned and watchful figures, all in black. The lifeless corpse belongs to a crow, and the dark-garbed group congregating nearby is a gathering of its fellow crows, sometimes referred to as a "murder."

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