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Show Notes 08-12-2017

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 01:56:00 +0000

Saturday Show 8-12-17Thomas Jefferson on gunsIn 1785 Thomas Jefferson wrote to his fifteen-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, regarding what he considered the best form of exercise: "...I advise the gun.Read MoreThe Latest: Canada sends soldiers to migrant border crossingCanada has sent about 100 soldiers to a remote spot on the Quebec-New York border where asylum seekers are crossing illegally.Read MoreJudicial Watch sues Justice Department for Comey documentsJudicial Watch sued the Justice Department on Friday in an effort to obtain any non-disclosure agreements signed by former FBI Director James Comey.Read MoreCalifornia billionaire ordered to restore public access to $32.5M beachfront propertyA California court has ordered a billionaire to reopen access to a popular formerly public beach, creating an important precedent for public right-of-access cases across the country.Read More'Hero' bus driver saves students before bus catches fireBus driver Teresa Stroble was wrapping up her morning route about 7 a.m. when a pair of 9th-grade students sitting in the back of the bus alerted her to smoke. She then turned the car into a nearby car wash, evacuated the kids in under one minute, just before the bus became engulfed in flames.Read MoreYou will get chipped — eventuallyFor now, Three Square Market, or 32M, hasn’t offered concrete benefits for getting chipped beyond badge and log-on stats. Munster says it was a “PR stunt” for the company to get attention to its product and it certainly succeeded, getting the small start-up air play on CBS, NBC and ABC, and generating headlines worldwide.Read MorePreschool teachers cause children to be heterosexual, peer-reviewed paper suggestsWhy not suggest you can play house with two moms? A recent research paper suggests that preschool teachers are the reason most people identify as heterosexual.Read MoreSchool bus companies across U.S. facing driver shortageSchool transportation companies seek drivers year-round but put the pedal to the metal to hire for the start of the school year. This year, many school bus companies around the U.S. say they face a driver shortage.Read MoreVirginia college student gets 100 days in jail for registering dead voters for DemocratsJames Madison University student was sentenced to prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to registering dead voters for the Democratic Party during the 2016 election.Read MoreA danger to public health? Uproar as scientist urges us to eat more saltPublic health experts in the UK have spoken out against a new book that claims many of us should be eating more salt, not less – claiming the advice could endanger people’s health.Read MoreOfficial Who Met With Michelle Obama at WH Indicted for Stealing School Lunch FundsA Los Angeles food services director who was invited to the White House by former First Lady Michelle Obama to share his tips for getting kids to eat healthy has been indicted for stealing $65,000 in public funds.Read More[...]

The Conway Cabal

Wed, 09 Aug 2017 00:06:00 +0000

This is a piece of history never talked about. It is a pretty long essay, but well worth the read. The parallels between what is happening to President Trump now and what happened to General George Washington during the Revolutionary war are stunning. There truly is nothing new under the sun.

Thomas Conway came from an Irish-born Catholic family that had fled to France because of English oppression when he was six. He served for years in the French military and also under the legendary Prussian Frederick the Great before coming to America, “to increase my fortune and that of my family,” in 1777, when he was forty-two.
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Show Notes 08-05-17

Tue, 08 Aug 2017 00:51:00 +0000

Saturday Show 8-5-17Nets Barely Notice Venezuela’s Vote for DictatorshipVenezuela’s president held a sham election on July 30 that created an assembly out of his own supporters, to bypass that country’s elected representatives and rewrite the constitution.Read MoreLocal Butcher Shop hangs animal-rights sign under duress to stop protestsReminiscent of the “smoking kills” labels on packs of cigarettes, a sign denouncing the killing of animals now hangs, counterintuitively, in the window of a North Berkeley butcher shop.Read MoreMom who killed home invader: 'It was either him or me, and I wasn't going'Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly home invasion in Cobb County.Marietta police said a 911 call came in from the 90 block of Griggs Street around 2:30 a.m. Thursday.Read MoreTop Trump Admin Intelligence Official Ezra Cohen-Watnick – Fired! McMasters Being Shown the DoorThe White House is currently going through a massive shakeup. It was just announced that Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence on the National Security Council, has been fired.Read MoreToday's hottest collectible cars are trucksForget about classic sports and luxury cars, the hottest collectibles today are trucks.Read MoreChina Tears Down the Tibetan City in the SkyAt the eastern end of the vast Tibetan Plateau lies a sprawling monastery named Larung Gar, which is the largest Tibetan Buddhist institute in the world and a monumental landmark to Tibetan culture, religion, and history.Read MorePoll: More Americans Consider Islamic State a Major Threat (74%) Than Climate Change (56%)More U.S. adults consider the Islamic State and cyber security as major threats to the country than consider global climate change to be a major threat, according to a survey released Tuesday by the non-partisan Pew Research Center.Read MoreCorruption! Australia’s Weather Bureau Caught Tampering with Climate DataAustralian scientists at the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) ordered a review of temperature recording instruments after the government agency was caught tampering with temperature logs in several locations.Read MoreEXCLUSIVE: Al Gore’s Home Devours 34 Times More Electricity Than Average U.S. HouseholdOn Friday, Al Gore’s sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth” – “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” – arrives in movie theaters across the country.Read MoreCannabis Grower Buys California Town to Build Pot-Friendly OutpostAmerican Green Inc., a maker of cannabis products, is taking an unusual step to attract new customers as it capitalizes on California legalizing marijuana: It’s buying an entire town.Read MoreU.S. Faces Looming Shortage Of Primary Care PhysiciansAmerica will soon face a shortage of as many as 90,000 doctors. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports a combination of retiring doctors and increasing demand will lead to a significant need for primary care physicians. But some medical schools are working to ease the problem.Read MoreTrump's border wall, immigration plans re-emerge at top of national debatePresident Trump’s campaign promise to build a border wall is again starting to galvanize Washington after months of taking a back seat to ObamaCare and the investigation into Russian election meddling.Read More[...]

Friday Show 08-04-2017

Mon, 07 Aug 2017 05:08:00 +0000

Friday Show Notes 8-4-17Dinesh D’souza’s Facebook page hijacked after “Big Lie” Days after the launch of a book arguing fascism and Nazism are ideological spawns of the left, author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza says he and his promotion team have been locked out of his Facebook page by hackers.Read MoreFacebook Faces Diversity Deficit: 'We Aren't Where We'd Like to Be'“We aren’t where we’d like to be,” Facebook said Wednesday in a report on the lack of diversity of its staff.Read MoreMuslims suffer insanity, low IQ, recessive disorders from 1400 years inbreedingDuring the pilot transition program with the KV-107 and C-130 with Lockheed, we found that most Saudi pilot trainees had very limited night vision, even on the brightest of moonlit nights.Read More‘Civilizational Jihad’ underway at 3,000 US Mosques Even as President Trump’s administration tries to crack down on Muslim terrorism, public officials from both sides of the aisle remain blind to the threat of Islam, contends the man who infiltrated a top Muslim organization in the U.S.Read More12 Wisconsin-Based Fighter Jets, 200 Airmen Heading to South KoreaA dozen F-16 Fighting Falcons and 200 Wisconsin Air National Guardsmen will arrive in South Korea this month as tensions continue to rise over the North's nuclear and missile programs.Read MoreChild Sex Abuse by Afghan Forces Detailed in Classified ReportA government watchdog agency called on the Pentagon on Tuesday to declassify a report alleging the sex abuse of children by Afghan security forces.Read MoreUS Special Ops help UAE forces in Yemen anti-terror operationU.S. special operations forces are assisting Yemeni and United Arab Emirates forces in a major operation in Yemen against Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), long seen as the biggest threat to the United States through its development of non-metallic bombs designed to slip through security and bring down commercial airliners.Read MoreIowa Girl Scout Builds Trap Shooting Range For Her CommunityLizzy Worthington isn’t a typical girl from Iowa. She is a Girl Scout and a member of her high school trap shooting team, the BGM Shotgunners.Read MoreVeteran Describes How New York’s SAFE Act Wrongly Stole His Gun Rights70-year-old Vietnam veteran Don Hall was shocked when deputies arrived at his Taberg, NY home one night to take his guns after he had wrongly been flagged “mentally defective”.Read MoreSuspects sought after shooting in San Francisco's Dolores ParkThree people were shot Thursday after a gunman opened fire at a San Francisco park full of families and tourists, police said.Read MoreA Military brand you’ve never heard ofIn June of 1775, citizens acting as merchant mariners captured the British schooner HMS Margaretta around Machias, Massachusetts.Read More[...]

A Forgotten Founding Father

Wed, 02 Aug 2017 21:58:00 +0000

One of our wonderful Founding Father that no one talks about. Please go to the web page and read all about him. Knowledge is power.

John Dickinson was the only major political figure active on the home front at every stage of the founding of the United States from the protest of the Sugar Act in 1764 through the ratification of the Constitution in 1789. He published more works for the American cause than any other individual, earning him from historians the title of "Penman of the Revolution." Yet many scholars do not consider Dickinson among the principal Founders. His refusal to sign the Declaration of Independence damaged his reputation then and has perplexed historians since.
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Show Notes 07-29-2017

Tue, 01 Aug 2017 01:27:00 +0000

Saturday Show 7-29-17The Six Senate Republicans Who Flip-flopped in Favor of ObamacareSenate Republicans shot down Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) clean Obamacare repeal bill. Paul’s bill, the “Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act of 2017,” failed 45-55. Seven moderate Republicans voted against the clean Obamacare repeal bill in the Senate.Read MoreHollywood Invokes ‘God’ to ‘Bless’ John McCain for Saving ObamacareLiberal Hollywood celebrities are showering Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) with love for casting a decisive vote as one of three Republican Senators who derailed a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act health care law (Obamacare).Read MoreGoat Yoga combines the foundations of yoga with the cuteness of goatsYoga's foundations can be traced back thousands of years, and the practice has taken many different forms during that time. But one class in Las Vegas is expanding that definition to include goats.Read MoreGoat Yoga combines the foundations of yoga with the cuteness of goatsTaxpayers will be forced to pay the legal fees of the wife of an Orlando terrorist who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, according to a motion her attorneys filed in court and released Monday.Read MoreSarah Huckabee Sanders reads 'Pickle' letter at White House briefingA 9-year-old boy nicknamed “Pickle” wants to be friends with President Donald Trump. That was the takeaway from a letter that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders read at the start of the White House press briefing on Wednesday afternoon.Read MoreRadical Left Recruiting Foot Soldiers With $15K Full Time WageThe “resistance” to Donald Trump has been wholly fabricated by the radical left, and a new advertisement demonstrates just what lengths these liberal lunatics will go to in order to stifle the President.Read MoreHunt underway for Biblical Tabernacle that housed Ark of CovenantAt the site of an ancient city on the West Bank, archaeologists are hunting for evidence of the tabernacle that once housed the Ark of the Covenant.Read MoreChristians make pre-emptive stricke against “gay” weddingsA Christian couple looking to add wedding videos to their business repertoire is suing the state of Minnesota after officials there made it clear that laws require anyone working as a wedding vendor accommodate same-sex couples.Read MoreBible verse plaque displayed at Tennessee police department to be movedA Bible passage displayed at police headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee, is going to be moved after an atheist group complained.Read MoreBrownback’s Nomination to Int’l Religious Freedom Post Wins Praise – But Not From CAIRPresident Trump’s decision to nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to the post of ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom was applauded by religious freedom advocates and colleagues Thursday, while an Islamic lobby group expressed alarm, accusing the conservative Republican of anti-Muslim actions.Read MoreThe Office of International Religious FreedomThe Office of International Religious Freedom has the mission of promoting religious freedom as a core objective of U.S. foreign policy. The office is headed by the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.Read MoreRussia, China are North Korea's 'enablers,' Tillerson saysU.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson lashed out at Russia and China early Saturday, following North Korea’s second test launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile – and reports that Kim Jong Un’s regime was now capable of striking cities on the U.S. mainland.Read MoreSaturday Show 7-29-17The Six Senate Republicans Who Flip-flopped in Favor of ObamacareSenate Republicans shot down Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) clean Obamacare repeal bill. Paul’s bill, the “Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act of 2017,” failed 45-55. Seven moderate Republicans voted against the clean Obamacare repeal bill in the Senate.[...]

Show Notes 07-28-2017

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 23:45:00 +0000

Friday Show Notes 7-28-17

Community Colleges Call for End to Algebra Requirement, Say it’s a “Civil Rights” Issue
The chancellor of California’s community college system said he wants to abolish the college algebra requirement and called it a “civil rights issue” in a Wednesday interview.
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Prof says criticizing 'safe space' culture led to dismissal
A former adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University says he was barred from his classroom and “ a criminal” over a joke about a call center in Pakistan.
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Oklahoma teacher who cartwheeled without underwear given probation
A former substitute teacher in Oklahoma who exposed herself to students when she did a cartwheel while wearing a long skirt but no underwear has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.
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Why You May Not Have to Finish All Your Antibiotics
If you have ever taken an antibiotic, you likely know the drill: Finish the entire course of treatment, even if you are feeling better, or else you risk a relapse. Worse, by not finishing, you might contribute to the dangerous rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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Scientists Use CRISPR to Edit Human Embryos
A group of scientists in Oregon has successfully modified the genes of embryos using CRISPR, a cut-and-paste gene-editing tool.
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Dow closes at record high after Fed leaves rates unchanged, Boeing jumps
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher on the back of strong earnings and following the Federal Reserve's decision to keep interest rates unchanged. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 97.58 points to close at 21,711.01 and hit intraday and closing records. Boeing rose 9.88 percent and contributed the most gains on the 30-stock index.
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Rush to pay off your mortgage? Think Again!
In my last column, we discussed Financial Fallacy No. 1: The safest place to keep your money is in a savings account. This week we are going to look at Financial Fallacy No. 2, which is: Pay off all your debt as soon as you can.
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Amazon already has its eye on the car repair market, and auto shops should be worried
Between Amazon's blitz into the grocery market and its fashion aspirations, you might have missed the shopping juggernaut's entry into the auto world.
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Time To Restore Local Control Over Zoning — And End Obama's HUD Intrusion
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson has announced that his department will be "reinterpreting" an Obama era regulation that had given the federal government control over local zoning decisions.
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Show Notes 07-22-2017

Mon, 24 Jul 2017 01:10:00 +0000

Saturday Show 7-22-17Tea Party wins 8-year battle with IRSIt took eight years of frustration, court battles and waiting. It took the complete change of a presidential administration. And it took the persistent fighting of a top-level team of lawyers.Read MoreWells Fargo to shut down 450 branchesWells Fargo has long been known among analysts and commentators as one of the nation's most efficient banks. As a result, when its efficiency started to slip recently, the bank responded by announcing an initiative to cut annual expenses by $2 billion by the end of 2019.Read MoreShock News: US Post Office Broke the Hatch Act to Help the Clinton CampaignYesterday the Washington Post posted a story about a senate hearing that revealed that during the 2016 presidential campaign the USPS broke law by giving time off for postal workers to campaign for Clinton, but if you watched the mainstream media news you would never know about it.Read MoreBudget boss Mulvaney claims Obama had 'secret list' of proposed regulationsAt a news briefing this week, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney continued to push the Trump administration’s goal of cutting back on Obama-era regulations.Read MoreShock News: US Post Office Broke the Hatch Act to Help the Clinton CampaignIt seems that the democrats sunk every egg they had into the Hillary Clinton basket in 2016, and now the party and its leadership are irrevocably doomed.Read MoreVA has fired 500 employees since Trump took office, report showsThe Department of Veterans Affairs has fired more than 500 employees since Jan. 20, when President Trump took office, according to a list of job categories of employees recently disciplined or fired.Read MoreWhy US may slash military aid to an ally it helped build up in LebanonFrom the imposing ramparts of a newly constructed military base, fortified by rock-filled blast barriers and an armor-plated watchtower, Lebanese soldiers keep a careful eye on the adjacent border area with Syria, which until not long ago was home to Syrian rebel groups and extremist militants.Read MoreOhio veteran can keep ducks to relieve PTSD, depressionAn Ohio veteran who sought to defy local law and keep pet ducks, that he says help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, can now keep them.Read MoreNRA, eschewing talk of guns, ratchets up rhetoricBuoyed by soaring gun sales and a White House supportive of its efforts, the National Rifle Association has charted a new course in its messaging, employing the group’s sophisticated communications apparatus to attack liberal politicians and activist groups, as well as mainstream news outlets, without ever mentioning guns, rifles, or the Second Amendment.Read MoreTV Station Credits Cows, NOT Armed Citizens for Capturing Armed CarjackerWUSA, a CBS affiliate station in Washington, D.C., cunningly credited a herd of brave bovine for helping deputies catch a suspected armed carjacker in Berryville, VA.Read MoreThe day Communion was served on the Moon“One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind,” stated Astronaut Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969, as he became the first man to walk on the moon. The second man on the moon was Colonel Buzz Aldrin.Read More[...]

Show Notes 07-21-2017

Sun, 23 Jul 2017 23:43:00 +0000

Friday Show Notes 7-21-17Spokesman for Trump's legal team resigns, reports sayThe spokesman for President Trump’s personal legal team resigned Thursday, according to multiple media reports.Read MoreSupreme Court allows more exemptions to Trump travel banThe Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a federal court judge's order expanding the number of immigrants from six Muslim-majority nations who can enter the country under President Trump's temporary travel ban.Read MoreICE chief readies national sanctuary city crackdownEmpowered by a president who has "taken the handcuffs off of law enforcement," the nation's chief immigration official revealed Tuesday that deportation targets have surged and that he's planning to deploy more agents and resources to "sanctuary cities" to arrest illegal criminals.Read MoreEPI Report: No Data to Support H-2B Visa IncreaseA new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) shows that there is no evidence of a labor shortage to support the recent H-2B visa increase. DHS Secretary John Kelly announced this week that he will use the authority granted by Congress to approve an additional 15,000 H-2B visas over the annual 66,000 cap.Read MoreBoston Launches Anti-Islamophobia Poster CampaignThe city of Boston is launching a poster campaign to fight Islamophobia by encouraging bystanders to intervene, in a nonconfrontational way, if they witness anti-Muslim harassment.Read MoreEuropean nations rebel against EU 'refugee' QuotasAs migrants flood Europe from Africa and the Middle East, several countries seeking to protect their sovereignty are rebelling against the European Union’s resettlement mandates, and their influence is growing as they announce support for a potential new ally against migration, Italy.Read MoreEurope's female imams challenge Muslim patriarchy – and fight IslamophobiaSherin Khankan flits about the window sills, lighting wicks and placing bouquets of roses in just the right places as she prepares for Friday prayers.Read MorePlot to replace Europeans with refugees exposedMillions of migrants mostly from Africa and the Middle East have swarmed Europe in the last three years – the result of what has been explained by world leaders as a war-driven “refugee” crisis.Read MoreVenezuela opposition calls for ‘zero hour’ action against Maduro’s planVenezuelan opposition leaders have called for their supporters to escalate street protests and support a 24-hour national strike later this week after more than 7.1 million people rejected a government plan to rewrite the constitution.Read More'At home, we couldn’t get by': more Venezuelans flee as crisis deepensThere are no luxuries in the four-room house in southern Bogotá, where 12 recently arrived Venezuelans huddle on thin mattresses under even thinner blankets to ward off the Andean mountain chill. They have no hot water, and what few furnishings they have were salvaged from a nearby dump.Read MoreIn the Shadow of the Lighthouse: North Atlantic Boston Light, Little Brewster IslandThe Boston Light played an important role in the economy of the colonies by guiding thousands of trading ships to Boston wharves. It was involved with the struggles leading up to the Revolutionary War, as well as a strategic post during the war itself.Read More[...]

Show Notes 07-16-17

Tue, 18 Jul 2017 03:38:00 +0000

Sunday show 7/16/17Schools Spice Up Student Lunches with Restaurant-Quality International Dishes Designed to Boost EnrollmentOn Wednesday, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue attended the School Nutrition Association’s (SNA) annual conference in Atlanta, promising to enable nutrition professionals to prepare meals for students that are more culturally-diverse, appealing and nutritious.Read MoreKrispy Kreme cripples traffic for hours with promise of discounted doughnutsHow long would you wait for a discounted doughnut? To celebrate its 80th anniversary, Krispy Kreme is selling a dozen doughnuts for 80 cents once a customer buys the first dozen at regular price.Read MoreJudicial Watch: VA Gov.’s Former Electric Car Company Will Cost Taxpayers Millions – Media SilentThe state auditor of Mississippi is demanding that Virginia Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe’s former company, GreenTech, repay nearly $6.4 million in public money since the electric vehicle company shut down and failed to deliver on its promises to create new jobs.Read MoreThousands sign up to clean sewage because they didn't read the small printDo you read the terms and conditions? Probably not. No one does. And so, inevitably, 22,000 people have now found themselves legally bound to 1000 hours of community service, including, but not limited to, cleaning toilets at festivals, scraping chewing gum off the streets and “manually relieving sewer blockages”.Read MoreUS Accounts For Almost 60% of OAS Contributions; GAO Says Reform Efforts ‘Hindered’ by VenezuelaA U.S. effort to reduce the Organization of American States’ heavy dependence on U.S. funding is being hobbled by Venezuela – which owes  the OAS $6.9 million – according to a recent GAO report.Read MoreAG Sessions Visits Gitmo, May Refill It With New PrisonersAttorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats went to visit the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on July 7 in order to “to have an up-to-date understanding of current operations.”Read MoreNew study names the 10 most post-Christian cities in the USThe Barna Group, an evangelical research firm headquartered in Ventura, California, has ranked the top 10 most “post-Christian” cities in the United States, and most of them are in the northeast.Read MoreDOJ Going After Doctors and Others Who Feed Opioid AddictionsWorking with the Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Justice Department said it will charge 412 defendants, including 56 doctors, with health care fraud. He said collectively, they have defrauded taxpayers of $1.3 billion.Read More COURT: RELIGIOUS GROUPS PICK THEIR LEADERS, NOT THE STATA New York court has ruled that a Catholic school is legally permitted to choose a principal who shares and advances its faith, dismissing a plaintiff’s argument that promoting religion in school is indoctrination akin “to protecting jihadists.”Read MoreMeet the hideous creature that will live to the end of the worldHumans, you've met your match. Unlike us, tardigrades — the world's most indestructible species — will survive until the sun dies, according to a new Oxford University study released Friday.Read MoreTiny Bird Fossil Solves Big Mystery About Life After DinosaursA teeny-tiny fossilized bird skeleton is helping researchers understand the explosive rate at which birds diversified after the dinosaur age, new research shows.Read MoreThis $10,000 bikini is made of actual pizzaWhy waste your time shopping for a regular boring bikini when you can get a custom-fitted pizza-kini, instead? That’s right. Pizza lovers will be thrilled to know they can now get a bikini made entirely of actual dough, cheese, sauce, pepperoni and all.Read More[...]

Show Notes 07-15-17

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 23:25:00 +0000

Saturday Show 7-15-17Oregon may soon decriminalize heroin, cocaine, methFirst-time offenders caught with small amounts of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines and other illegal drugs will face less jail time and smaller fines under a new bill approved by the Oregon legislature that aims to curb mass incarceration.Read MoreSens. Graham, Cassidy Offer Alternative Health Care Plan That Gives States Power to Decide to Keep or Replace ObamacareSens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy (R-La.) unveiled the details of their alternative health care plan on Thursday, which gives Obamacare money to the states in the form of a block grant and lets governors decide how best to deliver health care to residents.Read MoreChina Insists Its 1st Overseas Military Base Has Nothing to Do With Military ExpansionThe establishment of China’s first military base beyond its shores is making headlines, but Beijing seems bemused by the attention, insisting the outpost in Djibouti – just miles from a key U.S. Special Forces base – is for logistics and supply, not a step towards extending Chinese “hegemony” abroad.Read MoreChinese Party Newspaper: The West Bestowed on Dead Dissident ‘A Halo Which Will Not Linger’As Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and others in Washington mourned the death of the long-imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, a Communist Party-affiliated newspaper in Beijing said the Nobel peace prize laureate had been “kidnapped” by the West and bestowed with “a halo which will not linger.”Read MoreChemicals in Contraception Pills Feminize Male FishProfessor Charles Tyler, reproductive physiologist and environmental biologist at the University of Exeter (United Kingdom), has found that chemicals from contraceptive pills and other household cleaning products are causing fresh-water male fish to develop female parts and even to lay eggs.Read MoreHow Does the New 'Gene-Altering' Therapy Fight Cancer?A new type of cancer treatment that involves altering a person's genes — and could save children's lives — passed a major hurdle this week, when a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel recommended that the agency approve the therapy, The New York Times reported. But how does the treatment work?Read MorePeople Could Make Smallpox from Scratch in a Lab, Scientists WarnScientists have re-created a relative of the smallpox virus in a lab, from scratch.This virus, called the horsepox virus, is not harmful to humans, but the new findings suggest that it's possible for people to make the deadly smallpox virus in a lab. That virus was eradicated from the world in 1980, according to the journal Science.Read MoreGOP HOUSE OKS OBAMA'S 'BIZARRE' TRANSGENDER POLICYShould taxpayers fund sex changes and hormone therapy for soldiers, sailors and marines who suffer from “gender dysphoria” and are in the process of “transitioning” from male to female or vice versa?Read More[...]

Show Notes 07-09-2017

Wed, 12 Jul 2017 00:29:00 +0000

Sunday show 7/9/17Why you might want to think twice before going to law schoolWhittier Law School in California is closing its doors for good next spring, and students and faculty are stunned. It is, after all, a shocking milestone – to be the first ever accredited law school to shut down.Read MoreActivists scale Trump Tower, raise 'Resist and Defend' bannerSeven members of the environmental organization Greenpeace are in custody after unfurling an anti-Trump banner at Chicago's Trump Tower. Activists raised a "Resist and Defend" message on the south side of the Trump International Hotel & Tower.Read MoreHundreds gather to help restore vandalized Colorado Freedom MemorialRobert and Jean Terry stood looking up at the Colorado Freedom Memorial under a row of names.  “Your brother was 14th … I see him,” they said pointing above on the wall.Read MoreSessions Pledges to ‘Aggressively and Appropriately’ Enforce Hate Crime Laws Involving Transgender VictimsIn a speech at the Justice Department’s 2017 Hate Crimes Summit, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said his department will “aggressively and appropriately” enforce hate crime laws “where transgendered individuals are victims.”Read MoreMicrosoft cuts thousands of jobsMicrosoft (MSFT, Tech30) confirmed the move in a statement sent to CNN Tech, noting it is "taking steps to notify some employees that their jobs are under consideration or that their positions will be eliminated."Read MorePope Francis Says America Has ‘a Distorted Vision of the World’Pope Francis told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica on Thursday that the United States of America—and Russia, China, North Korea and Bashar al Assad's Syria—have “a distorted vision of the world"--("una visione distorta del mondo," as reportetd in Italian by La Repubblica).Read MoreGermany: Chechen Sharia Police Terrorize BerlinA hundred Islamists are now openly enforcing Sharia law on the streets of Berlin, according to local police who are investigating a recent string of violent assaults in the German capital.Read MoreBare shoulders, debate on dress code for female Hill reporters heats upA story about a female Capitol Hill reporter unexpectedly barred from the House Speaker’s Lobby for wearing a sleeveless dress is emerging as Washington’s hottest controversy -- with some veteran journalists now trying to take the blame off Speaker Paul Ryan and saying the rules have long been in place.Read MoreWOMAN CONVICTED FOR FAKE RAPE CLAIMS AGAINST 15 INNOCENT MENA British woman who repeatedly claimed of being sexually assaulted and raped by 15 different men – leading one to be wrongly imprisoned – is now facing jail time of her own after she was convicted Thursday of lying about her claims.Read MoreReport: Applicants for US Citizenship Surge; Mexicans Least Likely to ApplyThe number of legal immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship has surged by more than 20 percent since 2015, according to a recent Pew Research study – with Mexicans the least likely to apply.Read MoreSnortable Chocolate Claimed to Boost Energy: Is It Safe?This chocolate isn't for dessert: A new "snortable" chocolate product called Coco Loko is being marketed as a drug-free way to feel energized. But some health experts said they are wary about the effects of inhaling chocolate through your nostrils.Read More[...]

Show Notes 07-08-2017

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 06:55:00 +0000

Saturday Show 7-8-17Memorandum to DODUnder existing DoD policy, such accessions were anticipated to begin on July 1, 2017.  The Deputy Secretary directed the Services to assess their readiness to begin accessions.Read MoreGOP Senator Proposes Transferring Sanctuary Cities’ Federal Funds to Border Wall BudgeOne Republican senator is proposing a new solution for sanctuary cities that do not follow the law: take some of their federal funding and transfer it to a budget for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.Read MoreCambridge Offers ‘How-To’ Legal Guide For Illegal AliensLate last month, one of the Bay State’s most progressive cities quietly started offering a new service on its website, an “immigrant concerns” resource page aimed at assisting “undocumented people living in Cambridge.”Read More ICE Director: ‘We Do Not Conduct Sweeps’ Or ‘Raids’During Wednesday’s White House press briefing, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Tom Homan, said that ICE does not conduct sweeps, raids, or roadblocks to remove people who have illegally immigrated into the U.S.Read MoreJudge Denies Hawaii’s Motion on ‘Travel Ban,’ Says Supreme Court Right VenueA federal judge in Hawaii has denied a motion filed by that state seeking to limit the scope of President Donald Trump's so-called travel ban, parts of which were cleared to be implemented by the U.S. Supreme Court.Read MoreFirst of 100 ‘Police-Stations-in-a-Box’ Arrive in Iraq: ‘Nothing Says Normal Like a Policeman’Nothing says normal like a policeman,” Anderson told reporters. He said the temporary, relocatable police stations will be set up in all five of Iraq’s liberated provinces  (Nineveh, Kirkuk, Saladin, Diyala and Anbar) “to establish a visible police presence as soon as possible.”Read MoreTrump to Three Seas Nations: If You Need Energy, ‘Give Us a Call’In a speech at the Three Seas Initiative Summit, President Donald Trump on Thursday touted the United States’ energy independence, telling Central European leaders that America exports energy and if they need energy, they should “give us a call.”Read MoreFranks: If Senate Strips Planned Parenthood Defunding From Health Bill, It Will Blow It to 'Smithereens'On Twitter last Friday, House Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) warned that if the Senate takes the "pro-life components out of" the health care bill, it will blow the bill "to smithereens" in the House. Franks' remarks came several days after he signed a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) that the defunding of Planned Parenthood in the bill was essentially non-negotiable.Read MoreNew holes in Loretta Lynch’s story on the Hillary probeWhen former Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified last year about her decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information, she swore she never talked to “anyone” on the Clinton campaign.Read MoreDNC WON'T RELEASE EVIDENCE OF SETH RICH'S WIKILEAKS TIESJack Burkman, a lawyer and GOP lobbyist who is funding the Profiling Project, wrote the letter on behalf of the group. He called on the DNC to turn over any evidence that would substantiate Rich’s ties to WikiLeaks.Read MoreTech start-up event pulls flier featuring topless robot, lingerie showSilicon Valley is reeling from charges of sexism and discrimination. But that didn't stop a tech start-up networking event at San Francisco's swank W Hotel from advertising itself with a poster of a topless female robot and the promise of a "summer seduction lingerie fashion show" to follow.Read MoreHybrid Driving-Flying Robots Could Go Beyond the Flying CarWhether they're swooping in to deliver packages or spotting victims i[...]

Show Notes 07-02-2017

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 23:37:00 +0000

Sunday show 7/2/17

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief
In a major shake-up of the Vatican's administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism's top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff's vision of a more inclusive Church.
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Armed 11-year-old boy saves fishing party from charging bear
Quick action from a Hoonah boy saved a fishing party from a charging brown bear on June 18, the Empire has learned through Alaska State Troopers and family members.
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Navy destroyer sails near disputed island claimed by China
The Navy destroyer USS Stethem conducted a "right of innocent passage" exercise Sunday near a tiny but bitterly disputed island occupied by China in the South China Sea.
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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who held various diplomatic posts in the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, told Congress on Wednesday that President Obama, in hindsight, “should have acted more resolutely, quickly” to tell the American people about Russian attempts to interfere with the U.S. election.
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A new warning has been issued for the pornographic content, including “group, anal, public, and BDSM sex,” of a popular online resource that many schools make available to their students.
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Experts at the world’s foremost advocacy organization for homeschooling, the Home School Legal Defense Association, say a homeschooling Cuban father’s hope to remain out of jail may rest with the Trump administration’s recent policy change.
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Parents suing San Diego schools over an “anti-Islamophobia” campaign have revised their complaint to focus on the radical Islamic origin of the group that initiated the program.
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The man who made Princeton University great
John Witherspoon was born on February 5, 1722, at the village of Gifford, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The males in his family were all clergymen, and he was trained to become a Presbyterian minister. At the age of four, he could read the Bible. He attended grammar school at the neighboring town of Haddington.
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Show Notes 07-01-17

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 03:05:00 +0000

Saturday Show 7-1-17New York Times newsroom walks out as editors, reporters decry direction of paperEditors and reporters in the New York Times Co. newsroom have broken their silence concerning growing frustrations regarding the direction of the paper. Staffers at the New York Times staged a newsroom walk out on Thursday as a demonstration of solidarity as management threatens job cuts.Read MoreMSNBC fires Greta Van Susteren, replaces her with liberal hostGreta Van Susteren is out at MSNBC less than six months after she started at the cable channel. Van Susteren broke the news of her own ouster Thursday, tweeting "I'm out at MSNBC" shortly before the network issued its own announcement.Read MoreBrzezinski Says She Knew She Was Provoking the President; 'We Sometimes Mock Him'Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," appeared in the show’s 7 a.m. hour on Friday to discuss President Trump's tweets about "Crazy Mika" and "Psycho Joe."Read MoreBlind recruitment trial to boost gender equality making things worse, study revealsA measure aimed at boosting female employment in the workforce may actually be making it worse, a major study has found. Public service leaders are being told to "hit pause" on blind recruitment trials.Read MoreCBO: Income Taxes Up 9.5% Next Year; But Debt Climbs More Than $1 TrillionUnless current laws are changed, federal individual income tax collections will increase by 9.5 percent in fiscal 2018, which begins on Oct. 1, according to data released today by the Congressional Budget Office.Read MoreChristie-backed bill to control Horizon's surplus clears first hurdleNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, has given his support to a bill that would allow the state government to take money from the reserve fund of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, a private, not-for-profit health insurance provider that is the largest in the state.Read MoreFather, teen son choke kidnapper, shoot him 5 times during attempted robberyA kidnapper was choked and shot five times during a deadly confrontation after he forced a father and son to drive to an ATM at gunpoint early Wednesday, DeKalb County police said.Read MoreCzech parliament moves to legalise firearm ownershipThe lower house of the Czech parliament has agreed to alter the constitution so that firearms can be held legally when national security is threatened.Read MoreTrump Administration Targets Violent Crime in Chicago with Gun Strike ForceAttorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday the creation of a gun strike force to reduce violent crime in Chicago, making good on President Donald Trump's campaign promise that he would address the matter.Read MoreBunker Hill“Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes!” commanded Colonel William Prescott, repeating the order of General Israel Putnam, June 17, 1775. Colonel William Prescott’s men were in the center redoubt located on Breed’s Hill, adjacent Bunker Hill, guarding the north entrance to Boston Harbor.Read More[...]

Show Notes 06-25-2017

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 06:00:00 +0000

Sunday show 6/25/17

Trump Administration Rejects UN Human Rights Council’s ‘Safe Abortion’ Text
What a difference a year makes. Last summer, the Obama administration not only supported a text at the U.N. Human Rights Council that included a call for access to “safe abortion where such services are permitted by national law” but also co-sponsored it, despite not then being a member of the Geneva-based body.
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Pelosi Claims Republicans Attacking Her Are Really Attacking San Francisco
During her weekly press briefing on Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said that Republican attacks on her are really about attacking her district encompassing the city of San Francisco.
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Trump supporters hold sit-in at North Carolina Starbucks after woman mocked for shirt
Trump supporters flooded a North Carolina Starbucks on Saturday for a sit-in after they said a woman was mocked for wearing T-shirt supporting the president.
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A German-based company is bringing a $12 million aviation-related plant to Auburn
The Winkelmann Group will begin production at its first United States production facility in the Auburn Industrial Park, the Opelika-Auburn News reported. The company expects to create approximately 50 jobs over the next five years.
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Dakota Access review to re-examine impact on tribe
A federal judge's order for more environmental review of the already-operating Dakota Access oil pipeline has several potential outcomes, all of which could spark even more wrangling in a Washington, D.C., court room.
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Democrats’ Hoodwinking of Blacks
Ask any black person which political party has been black people’s political ally. With near unanimity, blacks would answer the Democratic Party.
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After More Than 20 Years as Conservative Leader, Paul Williams Comes Out as Transwoman
Paul Williams, who led the conservative church planting organization Orchard Group for 20 years, has publicly come out as a transgender woman named Paula Stone. Williams.
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Show Notes 06-24-2017

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 00:59:00 +0000

Saturday Show 6-24-17

Pentagon wasted $28 million on uniforms for Afghan soldiers, report says
The Pentagon wasted as much as $28 million over the past decade buying uniforms for the Afghan army with a woodland camouflage pattern appropriate for a tiny fraction of that war-torn country, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
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Airman convicted of federal crime for being 6 minutes late to meeting
At the end of the week, Mario Manago, 33, will be out of the Air Force after 12 years. But he's not just out of a job -- he's now convicted of a federal crime. His offense? Being six minutes late to a meeting.
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President Trump on Friday signed into law Friday legislation designed to increase accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs, taking a small step at making good on a campaign promise to improve services and health care for vets.
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Show Notes 06-18-2016

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 02:02:00 +0000

Sunday show 6/18/17Mexican brewery mocks Trump, depicts president as swastika-wearing mariachiA Mexico City brewery named Casa Cervecera Cru Cru has debuted a beer that pokes fun at President Trump, depicting him as a sad mariachi musician on its label. The brewery’s caricature of Trump — which is prominently featured on the front of every bottle.Read MoreAmazon granted a patent that prevents in-store shoppers from online price checkingAmazon’s long been a go-to for people to online price compare while shopping at brick-and-mortars. Now, a new patent granted to the company could prevent people from doing just that inside Amazon’s own stores.Read MoreA MOVIE ABOUT 'SAFE SPACES' ON COLLEGE CAMPUSESPodcaster comedian Adam Carolla and author-talk host Dennis Prager are tackling the new concept on college campuses of creating “safe spaces,” meaning isolating students from ideas they find repugnant.Read MoreTRANSGENDER 'GIRL' TRACK STAR WITH MUSTACHE CRUSHES FEMALE COMPETITORSA 15-year-old young man who was born male and has the surging testosterone levels of a man – but still claims to identify as a woman – is crushing his female competitors in high-school track and field.Read MoreUK, France Eye Large Fines for Internet Companies That Do Not Quickly Take Down Radical ContentGiant Internet companies could face large fines if they do not quickly remove online material that promotes terrorism and extremism, under a new joint plan announced by the British and French governments.Read MoreNOW LOOK WHO'S IN HOT WATER FOR REFUSING REFUGEESThe European Commission has launched a process that could result in huge fines against Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic for refusing to comply with an order to admit foreign “refugees.”Read MoreJudicial Watch Demands FBI Recover Records Allegedly Unlawfully Removed by ComeyIn a warning letter sent to Acting FBI Director Andrew G. McCabe on Thursday, June 15, Judicial Watch demanded that the FBI recover memos that former FBI Director James Comey leaked to the media and allegedly unlawfully removed from the Bureau.Read MoreTrump Signs Executive Order Expanding Apprenticeship OpportunitiesPresident Donald Trump announced Thursday that he's signing an executive order to roll back regulations that prevent certain industries from creating apprenticeship programs.Read MoreObama’s 11th-Hour Education Regulations Worrying ExpertsNew education regulations initiated by former President Obama will go into effect this summer. This worries education experts. The regulations will make colleges and universities financially and legally vulnerable — and some colleges could shut down.Read MoreBill Cosby trial: Mistrial declared after jury deadlocksThe high-profile case accusing Bill Cosby of aggravated indecent assault ended in a mistrial Saturday after a Pennsylvania jury was unable to come to a unanimous decision.Read More[...]

Show Notes 06-11-2017

Thu, 15 Jun 2017 05:17:00 +0000

Sunday show 6-11-17

Flag Day: U.S. Flag Etiquette
Here are some facts about how to handle, and display the U.S. Flag. I concentrated on the areas that I have seen abused in the past, taken from 4USC6.
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Jeff Sessions to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday
After former FBI director James Comey made headlines with his testimony this week, the spotlight is now on Jeff Sessions. The attorney general said Saturday he will accept an invitation to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
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Judicial Watch Cites New Evidence Clinton Knowingly Used Unsecured Device After Being Warned
The legal watchdog group Judicial Watch on Thursday submitted new evidence to a U.S. District Court showing that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used an unsecured Blackberry phone after being warned of the risk of doing so by “security hawks.”
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'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' at box office
Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" wrapped up Cruise's "The Mummy" at the weekend box office, pulling in an estimated $57.2 million in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday.
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Uber Executive Emil Michael Leaves Company
Uber Technologies Inc. executive Emil Michael, one of Chief Executive Travis Kalanick's closest confidants, is planning to resign as soon as Monday amid a continuing investigation into the company's workplace culture, according to people familiar with matter.
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Pressure Grows on Military as Venezuela’s Governing Crisis Worsens
Analysts point to increased pressure on Venezuela’s military and a growing rift between President Nicolas Maduro and his chief prosecutor as new challenges confronting the president as he tries to centralize his power amid worsening street protests and violence.
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Trump: 'Dreamers' should 'rest easy President Trump said Friday that undocumented immigrants who were brought illegally to the U.S. as children should "rest easy" and not fear deportation under his administration's efforts to ramp up immigration enforcement.
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Immigration agents make arrests in Memphis – one family's story
Tomas Maldonado entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico more than 10 years ago. Since then, he’s bought a house and started a family. But his immigration violation has caused him big problems.
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Show Notes 06-10-2017

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 02:41:00 +0000

Saturday Show 6-10-17

Megyn Kelly spars with defiant Vladimir Putin on NBC show debut
Megyn Kelly made her much-ballyhooed debut on NBC Sunday, though she didn’t exactly live up to the title of her new magazine show that went up against 60 Minutes.
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Dem Congresswoman Doesn’t Know FBI Part of Executive Branch
A leading Democrat in the House and frequent critic of President Donald Trump made an embarrassing faux pas during CNN’s Erin Burnett “OutFront” show on Wednesday night.
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Meet Young Americans Who Pledge Allegiance, Salute Old Glory and Honor our Troops
In recent days we have seen shameful images of American young people burning the flag, disrespecting the National Anthem and desecrating the U.S. Constitution. We have seen them try and silence free speech and bully those who defend freedom.
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SecState Tillerson Recognizes ‘Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Pride Month’ 
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a statement on June 7, recognizing what the called “LGBTI Month” and said that the State Department is "working around the world to uphold the fundamental freedom of LGBTI persons to live with dignity and freedom.”
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Chimps are not people, cannot be freed from custody: New York court
Chimpanzees do not deserve the same rights as people, a New York state appeals court unanimously concluded on Thursday, as it refused to order the release of two of the animals to a primate sanctuary.
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This police dog was fired from his job for an adorable reason
This is Gavel, a German Shepherd who was recruited as a puppy to train as a police dog - but ended up getting the sack. Unfortunately, Gavel was found to be not up to the task. As the police put it, he  "did not display the necessary aptitude for a life on the front line."
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Why whales are back in New York City
Once all but extinct in New York City's waters, the whales are undeniably back. The same year that the curious humpback captured our attentions, Sieswerda counted 106 whales in the waters off New York City.
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Groundswell of Local Support to Meet US Goals in Paris Accord
It's been a week since President Trump announced he was pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement. In that time, a remarkable transformation has taken place.
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Show Notes 06-04-17

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 02:39:00 +0000

Sunday show 6/4/17 75th anniversary of The Battle of Midway In the wake of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the U.S. was at war with Japan. By early 1942, the Japanese were continuing to flex their naval might, seeking to target Navy carriers not destroyed at Pearl Harbor, and keen on eliminating the Navy presence and threat in the Pacific.Read MoreTHE BATTLE OF MIDWAY: THE COMPLETE INTELLIGENCE STORYThe Battle of Midway in June of 1942 was one of the most important naval battles in world history and a turning point in the Second World War. Between June 4 and 7, aircraft from aircraft carriers Enterprise, Yorktown, and Hornet of the U.S. Navy’s Task Forces 16 and 17 ambushed and sank the Imperial Japanese Navy’s carrier force that only six months before had attacked Pearl Harbor and terrorized the Pacific.Read More'Make our planet great again' - Macron rebukes Trump (in English) for ditching Paris climate dealFrench President Emmanuel Macron said Donald Trump had made an historic error by abandoning the Paris climate agreement, and urged frustrated US climate scientists and entrepreneurs to come and work in France.Read MoreThis company is helping California conservatives move... to TexasTwo-time congressional candidate Paul Chabot let go of his political ambitions after losing to incumbent Pete Aguilar in November. Chabot has found a new pursuit. Last week, he launched the website Conservative Move. It's a business aimed at helping people leave blue states like California and move places where they might be a little more comfortable — like North Texas, where Chabot and his family moved in January. Read MoreEPA Director Says He and Trump Didn't Talk About President's Views on Global WarmingEPA Director Scott Pruitt said Friday that he and the president never discussed what his views were on whether climate change is real. Their conversation was strictly confined to whether the Paris Climate Accord is good for the country.Read MoreU.S. SCHOOLS 'BOWING' TO ISLAM DURING RAMADANHigh schools across America are being pressured to offer time off school, in-school prayer rooms, and special dietary demands by Muslim students observing the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.Read MoreWhat is a patent?A patent is a right granted to an inventor by the federal government that permits the inventor to exclude others from making, selling or using the invention for a period of time.Read MoreTHANKS TO PATENT, AUTOMAKER'S FINGERS ALWAYS IN YOUR WALLETThe U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled on behalf of consumers in a lawsuit by Lexmark International, the maker of computer printer ink cartridges. The company wanted to control what happens to its cartridges after they’re sold, seeking to prevent anyone from refilling them instead of buying a new one.Read MoreWHY DID SOME U.S. FIRMS SUPPORT PARIS AGREEMENT?Since well before former President Barack Obama signed onto it as an executive agreement (because he knew the Senate wouldn’t ratify it), a number of large American corporations have supported the Paris climate accord.Read More[...]

Show Notes 06-03-17

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 06:24:00 +0000

Saturday Show 6-3-17

Check out the List of 66 Programs Axed by the New Trump Budget
The Hill has a nice report on the 66 programs that President Trump’s budget would cut. The cuts would save about $27 Billion, which is really just a drop in the bucket of government spending, but we have to start somewhere.
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35 St. Louis-area convenience store owners indicted following federal raids
A federal grand jury has indicted 35 store owners on federal conspiracy charges for trafficking contraband cigarettes, distributing controlled substances and money laundering.
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Pence confident Supreme Court will uphold Trump's travel ban
Vice President Pence said he was “very confident” the Supreme Court would uphold the Trump administration’s authority to issue its controversial travel ban during a wide-ranging discussion Friday on “Fox & Friends.”
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Palestinian police are working overtime enforcing Shariah law’s fast during Ramadan on Muslims and non-Muslims alike. At least four people, including Christians, have been arrested so far for eating in public before sunset since last week when the monthlong Muslim holy days began.
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Desired for their labor, rejected as neighbors. Farmworkers in California face hostile communities
The “urban farm homes” nestled along a cul-de-sac off an old farm road in Nipomo, Calif., had lofted floor plans with more than 2,500 square feet of living space — “perfect … for multi-generational living,” the advertisements boasted.
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Show Notes 05/28/2017

Fri, 02 Jun 2017 05:16:00 +0000

Sunday show 5/28/17Memorial DayMemorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971.Read MoreJudge throws out lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by parents of Benghazi victimsA federal judge tossed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of two Americans killed at a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, ruling Friday the former secretary of state did not defame them when disputing allegations that she had lied.Read MoreArizona ends taxation on purchase & exchange of gold and silver coinsThe Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey has signed into law a bill which removes all state income tax on precious metals coins. The measure was passed in the Arizona Senate on May 10 by a margin of 16-13.Read MorePresident Trump Stands Up to G7 Leaders, Refuses to Ratify Climate AgreementAfter coming to an easy agreement on a statement denouncing terrorism, the G7 leaders were unable to persuade U.S. President Donald Trump into ratifying the 2015 Paris climate agreement that would significantly reduce U.S. energy independence.Read MoreReview: This topless Range Rover Evoque is a sexy beast In stop-and-go traffic on the Harbor Freeway near downtown here, the driver in a sedan next to me leaned out the window as I rolled along and yelled, "How do you do that?"Read MoreAccused of underpaying women, Google says it's too expensive to get wage dataOfficials said it was too financially burdensome and logistically challenging to hand over salary records that the government requested in discrimination case Google argued that it was too financially burdensome and logistically challenging to compile and hand over salary records that the government has requested, sparking a strong rebuke from the US Department of Labor (DoL), which has accused the Silicon Valley firm of underpaying women.Read MoreMigrants storm border fence from Morocco into Spain About 100 African migrants stormed over a high double fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla Tuesday in a violent assault that left three police officers injured, officials said.Read MoreSTONE TABLET BELIEVED TO CONFIRM TOWER OF BABELThe Smithsonian Channel shows in the first episode of its documentary series "Secrets" the emergence of new "very compelling" evidence that the Tower of Babel, as mentioned in the book of Genesis in the Old Testament, actually existed.Read MoreFLASHBACK: Jim Bunning's Historic and Heroic StandRepublican Sen. Jim Bunning of Kentucky, a 78-year-old grandfather of 40 who is not running for re-election, has single-handedly fought a battle on Capitol Hill over the past week that ought to inspire all taxpayers to rally around his banner of commonsense.Read More[...]

Show Notes 05-27-2017

Fri, 02 Jun 2017 04:11:00 +0000

Saturday Show 5-27-17

William Lawson Grant, Professor of Colonial History at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, wrote in the introduction to “Voyages and Explorations” (Toronto, The Courier Press, Limited, 1911, A.S. Barnes Company): “The history of Western Civilization begins in a conflict with the Orient, a conflict of which it may be the end is not yet.
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He plowed his field; now he faces a $2.8 million fine
Duarte sued the Army Corps and the state, alleging they violated his constitutional right of due process by issuing the cease and desist orders without a hearing. The U.S. Attorney’s Office counter-sued Duarte Nursery to enforce the Clean Water Act violation.
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Able-Bodied Required to Work Under Trump’s New Food Stamp Reform?
President Donald Trump’s newly released budget contains a proposed food stamp reform, which the left has denounced as a “horror” that arbitrarily cuts food stamp benefits by 25 percent.
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One-third of American 8th graders think Canada is a dictatorship, report reveals
The days of politically frustrated Americans declaring "That's it, I'm moving to Canada!" could soon be coming to an end — at least among teenagers who value freedom and equality.
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Hillary Gets Choked Up At Wellesley Commencement — Blames Allergies
Hillary Clinton struggled to speak shortly after beginning her speech at the Wellesley College commencement ceremony Friday. A college official rushed to deliver her a lozenge and water bottle as she choked on her words.
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The Royal American Regiment
During the struggle between France and Britain for control of North America, in the conflict known to Americans as the French and Indian War, the British forces had met with some early disasters that made it clear that some new military units with special skills would be needed to fight this war.
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You go, my state of Montana Representative, Gianforte!

Fri, 26 May 2017 08:40:00 +0000

I know that everyone is having a cow about Gianforte. Get over yourselves. We are at WAR with the progressives/commies for our lives, our children's and grand children's lives. And that is not fake news.

My husband has studied many forms of Martial Arts and he has told me that there is an old saying " if you come within "my sphere of control, I have the right to defend myself PERIOD!" Whether it's a weapon or a recorder. I took a self defense course many years ago and I was taught how to use a book end, magazine (not gun) and a credit card to injure and /or kill some one.

Make no mistake the progressives are out for our blood. I know, I'm too radical. But make a list of all the political people that have died during the past 6-10years. InfoWars is a good place to start.

If I was there, I would have ran into that room with my gun blazing. You betcha. I was a victim of three violent crimes and no one came to my aide, Why? Well I lived in NY. A gun free zone. Since then, this White Hispanic progressive turned into gut totten mamma, will never let anyone take mine or anyone around me screw with My Second Amendment right.

Everyone needs to suck it up cause you progs have woken the sleeping giant. How do you like us now? Oh, Gianforte ran that he will stand up for Montana and he did. Oh and we Montanans
love our beef.