Show Notes 09-18-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-18-18

THE MOST OBSCURE FOUNDING FATHER EVER?
John Langdon was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1741 and grew up as a member of the North Congregational Church, where his distant relative, future Harvard President Rev. Samuel Langdon was pastor from 1747-1774.
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Student: School ‘covered up’ prof who shot himself to ‘protest’ Trump
A sociology professor who shot himself in the arm with a .22 pistol in a campus restroom to “protest” Trump remains employed, but students say the school has yet to address the incident with the student body.
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4 more states accused in fight over 3D-printed guns
Four more states and a number of individuals have been added as defendants to a lawsuit originally against the federal government over its decision to renege on an agreement regarding the sharing of 3-D firearms printing technology.
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A needed pause: Trump administration caps refugee admissions at record-low 30,000
The Trump administration said it will admit no more than 30,000 refugees next year, the lowest cap in history, making good on a presidential promise and enraging immigrant rights activists, who said the U.S. is shirking its global duty.
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House passes bill to create terrorist registry
A bill that targets the problem of “radicalization” by creating a national terrorist registry passed the House of Representatives.It would help the United States track dozens of convicted terrorists whose prison terms are nearing completion, points out Patrick Dunleavy, a former deputy inspector general for the New York State Department of Corrections.
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Texas: Muslim migrant convicted of trying to aid ISIS wants new trial, says didn’t understand terms of guilty plea
Note carefully what he claims not to have understood: “Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, who came to the U.S. in 2009, alleges that U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes did not clearly advise him that he faced a possible life term for violating federal probation if he entered a guilty plea….He would not have entered a plea of guilty if he understood that a violation of supervised release could result in a lifetime in prison.”
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Planned Parenthood campaign forces churches to pay for abortion
A Planned Parenthood campaign to force religious institutions in California to pay for abortions prompted a state agency to change the way it interprets its rules, and now the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is being asked to reject the constitutional violations that resulted.
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Show Notes 09-18-2018

Tuesday Show 09-18-18

Yom Kippur
The origins of Yom Kippur are unclear. It is not mentioned in the list of holidays to be observed when the Temple destroyed by the Babylonians was rebuilt.
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U.S. facing doctor shortage as nation grays
The US healthcare system is suffering from a doctor shortage. Of those, primary care physicians are often hit the hardest, posing a huge problem as the country’s population grows and ages.

Doctors find ‘no evidence’ linking high levels of bad cholesterol to heart disease
A new report has failed to find a link between high levels of bad cholesterol and heart disease. The study, which was led by 17 doctors from across the world, urged clinicians to stop using statins as a preventive measure as a result.
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Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: Study
A new study from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that kids and teens who are raised with religious or spiritual practices tend to have better health and mental health as they age.
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PROF SAYS MEN, WOMEN BIOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT, COLLEGE GOES BONKERS
A retraction is needed, activists claim. After all, an investigation already is under way into the “anti-feminism” and “transphobia” of a university professor. All because he said there are biological differences between men and women.
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REFORMING HIGHER ED REGULATIONS BENEFITS EVERYONE
One of the most underreported stories today is the aggressive attack on private college education and efforts to limit education choice for students and their families. The administration and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are diligently working to reverse or end regulations that were specifically imposed to put many private colleges and universities out of business.
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Show Notes 09-17-2018

Monday show notes 09-17-18

Surprising hidden order unites prime numbers and crystal-like materials
The seemingly random digits known as prime numbers are not nearly as scattershot as previously thought. A new analysis by Princeton University researchers has uncovered patterns in primes that are similar to those found in the positions of atoms inside certain crystal-like materials.
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Cannibal Nutrition and Self-Colonoscopies Win Accolades at the 2018 Ig Nobels
Scientists from around the world gathered at Harvard University on Sept. 13 to accept unconventional prizes for their highly unusual research.
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Twitter Alternative Gab.AI Blocked by Google for ‘Hate Speech
Somewhere in the “community standards” that Facebook demands everyone follow is a real doozy. The social-media company has told author and commentator Jamie Glazov the standards forbid an article about how to prevent jihadi attacks on Americans.
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‘EXTINCTION-LEVEL’ EVENT FOR WEB MOVES FORWARD
Members of the European Parliament have voted to approve new web copyright rules and regulations that have been described by a prominent privacy organization as an “extinction-level” event.
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Christine Blasey Ford’s High School Yearbook Was Scrubbed!

I was going to highlight this article on the show tonight, but it is to long, so here is the link. Check it out and pass it on.

Christine Blasey Ford’s High School Yearbook Was Scrubbed to Hide Culture of Racism, Binge Drinking by Minors and Elitism… Update: Cached Copy of Yearbook

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/09/christine-blasey-fords-high-school-yearbook-was-scrubbed-to-hide-environment-of-racism-binge-drinking-by-minors-and-elitism/

Show Notes 09-13-2018

Thursday show notes 09-13-18

Minnesota firefighters rescue bear after his head gets trapped in milk jug
Firefighters in northern Minnesota recently came to the rescue of a black bear after he got his head stuck in a 10-gallon milk jug. The 150-pound bear was in quite the predicament last week in the Roseau area when officers with the state’s Department of Natural Resources tried to free him.
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NYPD officers arrested in prostitution, gambling probe
Seven New York City police officers were arrested Wednesday as part of a wide-ranging gambling and prostitution inquiry, multiple media outlets reported. According to the New York Post, the investigation centered on a retired vice detective who operated multiple brothels in Brooklyn and Queens with his prostitute wife.
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Evergreen State sees ‘catastrophic’ drop in enrollment after social justice meltdown
Evergreen State College enrollment plummeted after fallout from the controversial “Day of Absence” in May 2017 when all white people were asked to leave the campus.
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Illegals cited in theft of 39 million Social Security numbers
Describing a “thriving black market,” an immigration reform agency reports IRS records show 39 million Social Security numbers have been stolen by illegal immigrants to obtain jobs.
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New Mexico compound residents indicted by feds
Five residents of a ramshackle desert compound were indicted Tuesday on firearms and conspiracy charges. Federal prosecutors in New Mexico say the group was preparing for violent attacks on government, military, educational and financial institutions.
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The Top Five Ways Obama Attacked the Free Press
It’s been over a year and a half since Obama left office, but it still bothers me hearing him speak. Between his trying to take credit for the Trump economy and his claim that he, unlike Trump, didn’t “threaten the freedom of the press,” it’s hard not to get angry when he speaks because virtually everything he says is a lie.
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Show Notes 09-12-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-12-18

Hurricane Maria victims never received huge stockpile of water bottles, viral photos show
As Hurricane Florence barrels towards the Carolina coast, photos purportedly showing millions of undistributed water bottles meant for Hurricane Maria victims that have been sitting on an airstrip in Puerto Rico for over a year have gone viral on social media.
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Coast Guard Led 9-11 Water Evacuation Was ‘Bigger Than Dunkirk’
The U.S. Coast Guard led a water evacuation of more than 500,000 people from Manhattan following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center towers in an action that moved more people from the island than the 1940 evacuation of Allied troops from France, according to a new oral history of former USCG commandant, Adm. James Loy.
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MUSLIMS ‘PROSELYTIZING’ AT U.S. SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES
The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund dispatched a records request to the Gilroy Unified School District because of a possible constitutional violation for letting the Muslim groups indoctrinate students.
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The Department of Education is scaring parents with wildly exaggerated school shooting stats
It’s easy to get spooked when you see news of school shootings on television and social media. It often seems like these incidents are on the rise. But how prevalent are they really?
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College pays out $12,000 after rejecting pro-lifers’ request for $300
A lawsuit against Ball State University’s restriction of funding to student groups with which it disagrees has been dropped in response to a change in policy.
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The Top Five Ways Obama Attacked the Free Press
It’s been over a year and a half since Obama left office, but it still bothers me hearing him speak. Between his trying to take credit for the Trump economy and his claim that he, unlike Trump, didn’t “threaten the freedom of the press,” it’s hard not to get angry when he speaks because virtually everything he says is a lie.
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Trump Disputes ‘Gutless’ NYT Op-Ed: ‘They Had Me Screaming, Shouting Like a Lunatic
President Trump last Thursday challenged media depictions of him having hysterical tantrums in the White House over the New York Times op-ed by an anonymous “senior administration official” claiming to be “part of the resistance inside the Trump administration.”
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New spray for laundry-averse millennials makes dirty clothes smell fresh
A spray has been developed that makes dirty clothes smell fresh and appear crease-free — as millennials can’t be bothered to wash or hang them. About 60 percent of 22 to 37-year-olds say they are too tired to do the washing.
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Show Notes 09-11-2018

Tuesday Show 09-11-18

Rosh Hashanah
The festival of Rosh Hashanah the name means “Head of the Year”–is observed for two days beginning on Tishrei 1, the first day of the Jewish year. It is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, and their first actions toward the realization of mankind’s role in G-d’s world.
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What Unites and Divides Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities
Large demographic shifts are reshaping America. The country is growing in numbers, it’s becoming more racially and ethnically diverse and the population is aging.
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A LEGAL HISTORY OF RAW MILK IN THE UNITED STATES
Winston Churchill once said, “There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.” Perhaps he was right, but at the turn of the 20th century, the process of pasteurizing milk was still in its infancy, and the safety of milk was a preeminent public health challenge.
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History of Raw Milk
With all these unhealthy cows, you can imagine what was happening especially to the infants drinking the tainted milk. Infant deaths in the late 1800s were skyrocketing. No one, at the time, knew what was causing it.
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