Show Notes 02-09-2018

Friday Show Notes 02-9-18

The American Revolution in North Carolina
Immediately after the embarrassing defeat at Cowpens (SC) on January 17th, British Lt. General Charles, Lord Cornwallis decided that he wanted his captured men back, and he wanted to teach the upstart Patriots a lesson about “messing with the British Army.”
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Prof claims ‘there is no such thing as black racism’
Ted Thornhill, the Florida Gulf Coast University professor who drew criticism for teaching a course titled “White Racism,” now argues that “black racism” does not exist.
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Prof uses American flag as doormat in college ‘art 
Students and community members at Broward College (BC) are outraged after an American Flag was used as a doormat by a professor during an art exhibition hosted by the school.
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CA Poli-Sci Syllabus: Trump Is ‘Failed Businessman’ and ‘White Supremacist’
A professor at California State University Dominguez-Hill is teaching impressionable minds about politics, if “politics” can be defined as irrational leftist propaganda.
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Dem law takes aim at Trump, makes intimidation journals a federal crime
Anti-Trump Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif. – who has vigorously promoted his own “fake news” by accusing Fox News’ Tucker Carlson of working for Vladimir Putin and claiming Trump has “instated more pro-Russia policies that America has seen in decades” – says he’s been inspired by President Trump to propose a law making it a federal crime to “intimidate” or attack journalists.
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NBC & ABC Fear Military Parade Would Make U.S. Look ‘Authoritarian’
On Wednesday morning, NBC’s Today show and ABC’s Good Morning America recited identical liberal talking points as both broadcasts warned viewers that the U.S. was on the verge of looking like world’s worst “authoritarian regimes” if the Pentagon followed through on President Trump’s desire to hold a military parade in the nation’s capital.
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Indiana man sues after being ticketed for giving state trooper the finger
An Indiana man has reportedly filed a federal lawsuit claiming his constitutional rights were violated when he was ticketed for giving an Indiana State Trooper “the finger.”
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Former dominatrix loses her fight to keep job as cop
A New Jersey sheriff’s officer has lost her job because she previously appeared in bondage films as a dominatrix. Hudson County Sheriff Frank Schillari told The Jersey Journal a hearing officer made the decision to fire Kristen Hyman on Wednesday, and he agreed with the decision.
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Show Notes 02-03-2018

Saturday Show 02-3-18 

Nunes memo aims at Russia probe, backfires on Trump and GOP
When the House Intelligence Committee finally did its dramatic reveal of the so-called Nunes memo, several things were immediately clear — and all were bad for committee chairman Devin Nunes and President Trump , the man his efforts were ultimately intended to benefit.
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K is for ‘Kink’: Some gay-rights activists push to add letter to expanding LGBTQ acronym
Some members of the gay-rights community are adding the letter ‘K,’ for “kink,” to the ever-expanding acronym of identities.
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Not every high-paying job requires a four-year college degree
That’s an idea that many companies have been slow to embrace but it’s one that has gained acceptance since IBM (NYSE: IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty wrote an open letter on the subject in November 2016.
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Fed orders Wells Fargo to halt ‘growth’ over compliance issues
The Federal Reserve Board said in a statement that it “would restrict the growth of the firm until it sufficiently improves its governance and controls. Concurrently with the Board’s action, Wells Fargo will replace three current board members by April and a fourth board member by the end of the year.”
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Moscow to US: If You Don’t Like Being Buzzed by Our Fighters, Stay Away From ‘Russia’s Borders’
Russia’s foreign ministry accused the United States Thursday of deliberately stirring up “Russophobic” sentiment by making a “fuss” about a U.S. Navy surveillance plane being buzzed over the Black Sea, while the defense ministry advised U.S. military aircraft to steer clear of Russia’s purported borders.
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MAXINE WATERS: Russia is out to get me!
Maxine Waters now sees a Russian behind every mailbox and lamp post. During an anti-Trump tirade at an urban housing event, the California congresswoman went on a stem winder about Russia and the Kremlin’s alleged love for the American president.
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Trump grants 6,900 Syrians temporary permission to stay
The Trump administration has extended temporary protection for nearly 7,000 Syrians in living in the US as war continues to ravage their country. They were shielded from deportation under a humanitarian programme, Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
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CAIR Slams Trump’s Move to Keep Gitmo Open; ‘Exclusively Muslim-Populated Military Prison’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Hamas Cries Foul After US Designates Its Leader as ‘Global Terrorist’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Will the Next Cold War Be Powered by Artificial Intelligence?
It is easy to confuse the current geopolitical situation with that of the 1980s. The United States and Russia each accuse the other of interfering in domestic affairs. Russia has annexed territory over U.S. objections, raising concerns about military conflict.
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New ‘Hologram’ Device Levitates Particles to Create 3D Objects in Thin Air
In the real world, though, looking at a hologram isn’t so much like looking at a physical object. Lasers need to be used to project the image onto some medium, like a sheet of plastic and glass, which bends and reflects the light so the image appears three dimensional to a viewer.
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The Race to the Dan – January 18th to February 15th, 1781
Immediately after the embarrassing defeat at Cowpens (SC) on January 17th, British Lt. General Charles, Lord Cornwallis decided that he wanted his captured men back, and he wanted to teach the upstart Patriots a lesson about “messing with the British Army.”
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Show Notes 01-07-2017

Sunday Show 01-07-17

Mississippi woman bags deer ahead of her 100th birthday
On Jan. 9, Bertha Vickers of Morgantown, Miss. will celebrate her 100th birthday, but she’s more surprised by all the attention she’s getting for her recent deer kill.
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Tobacco giant says it wants to give up cigarettes
The company, which makes Marlboro, L&M and Chesterfield brands among others, took out ads in newspapers in the United Kingdom that said its ambition for the new year is to build a smoke-free future and eventually stop selling cigarettes.
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‘It’s either fight or die’: How a Seattle woman fended off a machete-wielding man on New Year’s Day
When Lillian Germond walked into her Seattle apartment building early New Year’s Day, she didn’t know the man walking behind her was about to attack, armed with a machete.
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M27s and ‘Head-to-Toe’ Gear Overhaul on the Way for Marine Grunts
After more than a year of speculation, the word comes straight from the commandant of the Marine Corps: Grunts, including those outside the squad, are getting the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle — and a whole lot of other goodies to boot.
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How to get your hands on a historic  from the US Army stockpile
Only American citizens can purchase one of these World War II combat pistols, the M1911, from the U.S. Army stockpile. And only one can be purchased a year by a qualified buyer.
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Flight attendants sue Delta Air Lines for anti-Jewish, anti-Israeli attitude
Four current and former flight attendants have filed a federal lawsuit against Delta Air Lines alleging that the company’s management has “an anti-Jewish, Hebrew and ethnic Israeli attitude.”
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Report: Religious Jews’ Ascent to Temple Mount Up 75%
The number of visits by religious Jews to the Temple Mount has increased by 75% in 2017, compared to 2016, according to the Yera’eh organization, which encourages Jewish ascent to the Temple Mount.
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Now 6 Bishops Challenge Pope Francis on His Divorce/Remarriage Teaching
Three more Catholic archbishops have signed on to a letter released by three bishops on Dec. 31, which publicly challenges Pope Francis’ teaching on Communion for the “divorced and remarried” and states that his instruction is “alien to the entire Tradition of the Catholic and Apostolic Faith.”
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Weed in sidewalk triggerrs $2500 penalty
Property owners in California have been handed a huge victory with a ruling by the California Court of Appeals ensuring that hearings for citizens who challenge tax assessments or penalty decisions be “fair.”
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Tech companies scramble to patch microchip security
Technology companies are playing down the severity of two recently discovered security problems with computer microchips, saying there will be no need for widespread hardware replacements to shield millions of devices from hackers.
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NHS hospitals ordered to cancel all routine operations in January as flu spike and bed shortages lead to A&E crisis
The instructions on Tuesday night – which will see result in around 50,000 operations being axed – followed claims by senior doctors that patients were being treated in “third world” conditions, as hospital chief executives warned of the worst winter crisis for three decades.
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Washington sets up winter quarters in Morristown
After two significant victories over the British in Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey, General George Washington marches north to Morristown, New Jersey, where he set up winter headquarters for himself and the men of the Continental Army on this day in 1777.
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Liberation Theology in Latin America
During the mid-20th century, disenchanted members of the clergy and the oppressed classes of Latin America united together to reinterpret the role of the Catholic Church in everyday society and to reclaim religion towards the pursuit of social justice
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Show Notes 04-15-16

Saturday Show 4-15-17

What’s So Good about Good Friday?
On Good Friday we remember the day Jesus willingly suffered and died by crucifixion as the ultimate sacrifice for our sins (1 John 1:10). It is followed by Easter, the glorious celebration of the day Jesus was raised from the dead, heralding his victory over sin and death and pointing ahead to a future resurrection for all who are united to him by faith (Romans 6:5).
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Easter Sunday
Easter is the celebration of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. It is celebrated on Sunday, and marks the end of Holy Week, the end of Lent, the last day of the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday), and is the beginning of the Easter season of the liturgical year.
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Actor Kevin Sorbo Posts Photo of ‘First Gender-Neutral Bathroom’
Actor Kevin Sorbo has posted a photograph on his Facebook page of the “first gender-neutral bathroom.” It’s a photograph of an outhouse.
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Tax March turns into demand for Trump’s IRS filings; 20 reported arrests
Thousands of protesters turned out Saturday in events across the country to demand President Trump release his full IRS returns, mostly large-but-peaceful events with several arrests reported in California.
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The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is an absolute beast
The wide-body Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a barely street-legal drag racer with a V8 that can produce up to 840 HP and 770 pound-feet of torque, making it the most powerful American car ever.
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MAJOR U.S. UNIVERSITY PUBLISHES ‘COMMUNISM FOR KIDS’
“Once upon a time, people yearned to be free of the misery of capitalism. How could their dreams come true?” That’s how the promotion for a new book for kids about the wonders of communism starts out.
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Burger King just won’t stop trolling Google Home
Burger King could be cooking up a flame-broiled ad war with Google. The fast-food restaurant chain is serving up TV commercials that cause Google’s voice-activated, artificial intelligence-driven Google Home speaker to start talking about the Whopper sandwich.
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These new kinds of bullets are lethal underwater
A new breed of bullets could be used for underwater firefights. The CAV-X supercavitating bullets, made by DSG Technology, are designed to deliver lethality at much farther distances underwater.
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Just Add Heat: New 4D-Printed Objects Morph on Cue
Objects that can change shape within seconds after being exposed to heat demonstrate a novel 4D-printing technique that could one day be used to create medical devices that unfurl on their own in the body during surgical procedures.
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Oklahoma rep tells taxpayers it’s ‘bullcrap’ to claim they pay his salary
An Oklahoma congressman told constituents at a feisty town hall this week it was “bullcrap” to claim they funded his congressional salary.
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Maine Democrats caught on video laughing at rising white suicide rates
Yesterday conservative news website Maine First Media dropped a bombshell recording from the Maine Democratic Party’s “Values and Vision” summit.
The recording shows a speaker make light of the suicide rate among white people.
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Colorado ends plans for pot clubs over Trump uncertainty
Colorado lawmakers on Thursday backed off plans to become the first U.S. state to regulate marijuana clubs, saying approval of Amsterdam-style pot clubs could invite a federal crackdown.
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Congress ratifies peace with Great Britain
On this day in 1783, the Continental Congress of the United States officially ratifies the preliminary peace treaty with Great Britain that was signed in November 1782. The congressional move brings the nascent nation one step closer to the conclusion of the Revolutionary War.
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Show Notes 03-03-2017

Friday Show 3-3-17

British Surrender Fort Sackville to American Militiamen After 2-Day Siege
During the American War for Independence many small-scale operations contributed to the final victory of American arms against the British. One of those small victories took place in what was once called the “Northwest Territory.”
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Florida could flip burden of proving ‘stand your ground’
Florida’s “stand your ground” law, a source of contention for years, could soon provide even more protection to people who invoke it. Some lawmakers want to make prosecutors prove a defendant wasn’t acting in self-defense before proceeding to trial.
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Lead ammo now OK for national parks, public lands
Ryan Zinke, in one of his first acts as the newly seated secretary of Interior, overturned a much-hated and twelfth-hour Barack Obama-era ban on lead ammunition in national parks and wildlife refuges.
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Conservatives Fight to Stop ‘Obamacare Lite’
The draft repeal of the Affordable Care Act is already so controversial — with Republicans — that it is being held in a “secure location.” And even Republican senators are barred from seeing it by GOP leadership.
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Abuse survivor quits pope’s panel over Vatican stonewall
Frustrated by what she described as Vatican stonewalling, an Irish woman who was sexually abused by clergy quit her post Wednesday on a panel advising Pope Francis about how to protect minors from such abuse.
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