Show Notes 10-04-2018

Thursday show notes 10-04-18

President Trump Donates Salary to Support Small Businesses
President Donald Trump donated part of his 2018 salary to the Small Business Administration (SBA), according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
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Young Whistleblower Who Exposed Planned Parenthood’s Baby Body Part Harvesting Dead at 27
A young woman who helped lift the curtain on Planned Parenthood’s baby body part harvesting and profiteering has died. Holly O’Donnell spoke with the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) after she learned what her former employer, StemExpress, was up to.
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Complaint from Atheist Group Leads to Prayer Ban at School Graduations and Events
The Freedom from Religion Foundation posted a letter it received from a Massachusetts school district promising that they will not allow any more public prayers at graduations and other public events.
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North Carolina mom praises Olive Garden waitress for act of kindness: ‘I seriously admire you’
As the mother of an 18-month-old daughter, Courtney Pedigo rarely gets a moment of calm, especially during meal time. But that changed this week, at least for one evening — thanks to a kind act by an Olive Garden waitress named Nianni Rudder.
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Planned Parenthood Contributed $126,886 to Democrats on Judiciary Committee; $0 to Republicans
Planned Parenthood’s political action committees, employees and family members of employees have contributed $126,886 to Democrats currently sitting on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and $0 to Republican senators on the committee, according to data from The Center for Responsive Politics, which includes campaign contributions from 1990 through 2018.
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GOP-doxxing suspect arrested; worked or interned for Feinstein, Jackson Lee, other Dems
A Democratic congressional intern was arrested Wednesday and accused of posting the personal information of at least one Republican senator during last week’s hearing about sexual assault claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, authorities said.
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EXPOSED: Kavanaugh Second Accuser Is A Left-Wing Activist Who Campaigned Against The Word ‘Sissy’
Brett Kavanaugh’s second accuser Deborah “Debbie” Ramirez is a left-wing activist who spoke at a PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) event and agitated against use of the word “Sissy” on T-shirts handed out at an annual Colorado 10k run.
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Show Notes 01-27-2017

Saturday Show 01-27-18 

Armageddon Update: ‘Doomsday Clock’ Stands at 2 Minutes to Midnight
The “Doomsday Clock,” a hypothetical timepiece that measures humanity’s proximity to destruction by our own actions, hovers perilously close to midnight, the time that denotes global Armageddon.
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Olympian trains for cross-country skiing in the desert
He may not have ideal conditions to train for the 2018 Winter Olympics, but Samir Azzimani is working with what’s available to him. That means training for cross-country skiing in the heat of Morocco’s desert.
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Federal Spending Set Record During Shutdown
Federal spending for the fourth Monday in January set a record of $16,596,000,000 for that day in January even though the federal government was shut down, according to the Daily Treasury Statement.
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NJ couple weds in courthouse women’s restroom after mom falls ill
Unfortunate events — not even a medical emergency — would not stop Brian and Maria Schultz from tying the knot. On Jan. 2, the couple from Ocean Township, N.J., went to the Monmouth County (N.J.) Courthouse with their mothers to get married.
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When San Jose market’s raw meat supply comes by stacked shopping cart, time to investigate
When Loretta Seto stopped at 99 Ranch Market for a few barbecue supplies from the San Jose, California, business,  she never expected to see what she did: raw meat being transported to the store in Costco shopping carts.
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Exorcists issue urgent call for spiritual reinforcements
Father Pat Collins of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland is sounding the alarm – more exorcists are desperately needed. Collins claims in an interview with The Irish Catholic the demand for exorcisms has risen “exponentially.” The priest further stated the demand had only dramatically increased “in recent years.”
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Atheist Group Targets Ben Carson over ‘Secretive’ White House Cabinet Bible Study
The weekly Bible study attended by members of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet is once again under attack, this time from an atheist group.
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Google Home Devices Programmed to Recognize Muhammad and Buddha, but not Jesus
Google Home can tell you about Buddha and Muhammad–but don’t bother asking about Jesus.Users are posting videos showing Google products refusing to answer the question: “Who is Jesus?”
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Once upon a time, science and religion meshed
Robert Boyle was born Jan. 25, 1627. He studied Bacon, Descartes, and other of his contemporaries, including scientists Isaac Newton and Galileo, philosophers John Locke and Thomas Hobbes, and poet John Milton.
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7 common Prepping mistakes
Today I want to go over some of the common mistakes made by new and not-so-new preppers./ I’ve done this before piece-meal, but these potential errors bear repeating.
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SHOT Show 2018: 8 new tactical guns revealed
The range of new tactical rifles that will be hitting store shelves this year is epic. There are new rifle options for every budget and every purpose.
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Show Notes 02-28-2016

Sunday Show 02-28-16

Bill to shield cop who killed LaVoy Finicum falters in Senate
A bill to shield the identity of the officer who killed Oregon standoff spokesman LaVoy Finicum probably won’t clear the Senate before session ends.
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$3.3 million and counting: The cost of the Malheur occupation
The 41-day occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge cost taxpayers at least $3.3 million to cover the massive police response, a week of shuttered schools and a long list of supplies ranging from food to flashlight batteries, according to an Oregonian/OregonLive analysis of public and tribal budgets.
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Woman, 66, fights off robber in home
A 66-year-old woman took on a robber and won. Wednesday afternoon, Karen Long told deputies she saw a man walking toward her home. Long rushed to the front door to lock it, but it was too late.
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Atheist Group Abandons Fight Against ‘Big Mountain Jesus’ on Montana Ski Slopes
A statue of Jesus dubbed “Big Mountain Jesus,” which stands on a Montana ski slope as a World War II Memorial, is now safe from removal attempts by the atheist group, The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), which claims that the statue’s presence on federal land violates the First Amendment.
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Greece becoming migrant warehouse as refugees slowly trickle into Macedonia
Hastily setup camps for refugees and other migrants are full. Thousands of people wait through the night, shivering in the cold at the Greek-Macedonian border, in the country’s main port of Piraeus, in squares dotted around Athens, or on dozens of buses parked up and down Greece’s main north-south highway.
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Lynch: Federal Prisons Must Now Hand Over Illegals with Deportation Orders to ICE First
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told a House Appropriations Subcommittee on Wednesday that the administration is changing how the Federal Bureau of Prisons handles illegal immigrants with deportation orders, allowing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to take custody first instead of turning those prisoners over to local and state authorities to face prosecution.
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GOP Senators introduce bill ensuring prompt return of unaccompanied minors
Senators Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) introduced a bill that would “ensure a prompt return of unaccompanied alien children (UAC) who illegally cross the southern border” after their numbers more than doubled during the first four months of the current fiscal year.
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JOHN MCAFEE: The US may be violating the 13th amendment if it forces Apple to create a back door
Cybersecurity expert John McAfee, who has vehemently opposed the FBI’s attempt to force Apple to create a back door into its iOS software, is taking his defense of the tech giant one step further.
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Salem gives goats boot
It seemed like an environmentally good idea at the time: Set 75 rented goats loose on 9.1 acres of city park to chomp and chew invasive plants such as Armenian blackberry and English ivy that were choking native flora out of Minto-Brown Island Park.
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‘Super lice’ outbreak hits 25 states
A strain of so-called ‘super lice’ has hit a reported 25 states, causing concern and frustration among parents because the bugs can’t be killed with most over-the-counter treatments.
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Transgender Inmate’s State-Funded Sex Reassignment Surgery Order Stands
Attorneys for a paroled transgender inmate say California has agreed to let a court order stand that could have provided their client with state-paid sex reassignment surgery.
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