Thursday, August 23, 2012

Show Notes: 08-19-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 8/19/12

A Prayer

I arise to day, through God's strength to pilot me :
God's might to uphold me,God's wisdom to guide me.
God's eye to look before me,God's ear to hear me.

US Foreign Aide
Per your request, this memo includes a table depicting U.S. foreign assistance in FY2010, by sector, to countries holding more than $10.0 billion in U.S. treasury securities.

Senate nominee Mark Clayton disavowed by Tennessee Democratic Party

The party of Cordell Hull, Estes Kefauver and Al Gore Sr. and Jr. won’t have a standard-bearer or at least not one it can stomach in Tennessee’s next U.S. Senate race.|head&gcheck=1&nclick_check=1

Minnesota firearms facility allows public to shoot Bin Laden in role-playing game

Usama bin Laden is not dead – in Minnesota, at least. A firearms training center in New Hope is offering Americans the chance to gun down the former Al Qaeda leader in a $325-per-person role-playing game, which runs three times per week.

Suspects in Deputy Killings Linked to Anarchist Movement
A sheriff says seven people arrested in a fatal shootout with Louisiana deputies have been linked to violent anarchists on the FBI's domestic terrorism watch lists.

Romney Turns Up Heat on Obama After Iran Calls Israel 'Insult to Humanity'

Presidential challenger Mitt Romney is leading a Republican charge to prompt the Obama administration to take decisive action against Iran following leader Mahmoud Ahmedinejad “
outrageous” claim that Israel is an “insult to humankind.”

Spanish company will count American votes overseas in November
When the Spanish online voting company SCYTL bought the largest vote processing corporation in the United States, it also acquired the means of manufacturing the outcome of the 2012 election.

A tornado that saved a city and defeated the enemy

The capital of the United States, on the Potomac River between Virginia and Maryland was designed by Pierre L’Enfant and became the capital in 1800. In August 1814 during the War of 1812 the British captured and sacked Washington, burning most of the public buildings, including the Capitol and the White House. It is one of the few cities in the world planned expressly as a national capital.

Costs and conflicts arise in Reid's push for green energy

Say this about U.S. Sen. Harry Reid: He really believes in renewable energy. Reid has beat up NV Energy pretty good in recent years. In the closing days of the George W. Bush administration, Reid blocked plans to build coal-fired power plants in Nevada.

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