Wednesday show notes 08-22-18
EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy Rule Gives States Flexibility to Limit Greenhouse Gases for Coal Power Plants
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday a new rule giving states the authority on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal plants.
Chinese influence on campus raises national security concerns
China pays some $10 billion yearly for propaganda units in America called Confucius Institutes, which are located on the campuses of many major educational institutions, and now some members of Congress are wondering how big a threat they are to national security.
Oregon High Schools to Mix Genders in Showers and Bathrooms in New Transgender Ruling
A U.S. District Court Judge in Oregon recently ruled that boys must be allowed to use the girls locker room, showers and bathrooms, and vice versa in public schools throughout the state.
FEATURED Report: Journalist Found Dead After Investigating Clinton Sex Crimes
The body of investigative journalist Jen Moore was found in her Washington D.C. hotel room on Monday after her investigation into an alleged sexual assault by President William J. Clinton.
Netflix Aborts Michelle Wolf’s Scandalous Show Amid Subscriber Backlash, Boycott
Netflix has cancelled comedian Michelle Wolf’s scandalous series – which had outraged pro-life Americans and subscribers – after just one season.
How Victoria’s Secret’s Idea Of Sexy Is Killing Its Brand
Supermodel Lais Ribeiro strutted her lithesome 6-foot frame across the stage last November at the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, her 31-23-33 figure barely contained in the company’s Fantasy Bra.