Friday, July 22, 2016

Show Notes 07-21-2016

Thursday Show 7-21-16

'Fact-Checkers' vs. the Benghazi Mom
When FBI Director James Comey came before the press to deliver his bizarre proclamation — that Hillary Clinton had lied relentlessly about her private email server but shouldn't be prosecuted because no prosecutor would ever dare take her to court (even though prosecutors all over the country rose to say they'd do so immediately) — many were shocked and angered.
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Syria is demanding the UN take action after it says French war planes killed more than 120 civilians during airstrikes on Tuesday near the Turkish-Syrian border. The deaths came just a day after US air assaults killed a further 20 people in Manbij.
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BBC suggests calling “terrorists”, terrorists is politically incorrect
If you thought that the insanity of political correctness had reached its peak, then think again. Never mind Obama refusing to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism,” now the BBC has suggested that calling terrorists “terrorists” might be a bigoted thought crime.
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CBO: ‘The Projected Amounts of Debt Would…Make a Fiscal Crisis More Likely’
In its Long-Term Budget Outlook published this week, the Congressional Budget Office said that the additional debt it projects the federal government will accumulate in the coming years if it continues on its current path would make a fiscal crisis in the United States more likely.
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Congressional Committee: Holder ‘Misled Congress’ on ‘Too Big to Jail’ Wall St. Bank
Former Attorney General Eric Holder “overruled internal recommendations” and “misled Congress” when the Department of Justice (DOJ) declined to prosecute HSBC Bank USA and its UK-based holding company for “serious violations of U.S. anti-money laundering and sanctions laws” involving drug cartels and foreign terrorist groups, according to a new congressional report.
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Rep. Brady: ‘Bust Up the IRS’ and Put Tax Code ‘on a Postcard’
Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) says with the Republican Tax Blueprint, “we propose to bust up the IRS” and that the blueprint includes “for families and individuals a code so simple and fair it will fit on a postcard.”
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47 years ago today Apollo 11 landed on the Moon
Wednesday marked the 47th anniversary of when NASA astronauts first landed on the moon, a giant leap of an accomplishment that still resonates today, over four and a half decades later.
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Battle of Brewster Island
On this day in 1775, Patriot minutemen in whaleboats, commanded by Major Joseph Vose, raid Nantasket Point, also known as Little Brewster Island, in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts. The raiders temporarily drive off the island’s British guard and confiscate lamps, oil, gunpowder and boats, before burning the wooden parts of the point’s lighthouse.
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