Show Notes 09-22-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-22-17

Shock News: Hillary Knew that Benghazi’s Security was a Mess, Ordered Security Firm’s Silence
So much is still unknown about the terrorist attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi and every time we learn a little more, the official state department, protect Hillary and protect Obama story crumbles a little bit more.
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12 things to know about the September equinox
This year, 2017, the autumnal equinox arrives precisely at 4:02 pm (EDT) on Friday, September 22. Unlike an event such as New Year’s midnight that follows the clock around the time zones, equinoxes happen at the same moment everywhere.
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San Francisco sues Exxon over ‘warming,’ but there’s one huge problem
Just as prominent climate-change scientists are admitting their models predicting global warming were wrong, the city of San Francisco is suing five of the world’s largest oil and gas companies based on the “scientific consensus” that mankind is causing catastrophic damage to the planet through fossil fuels and other carbon emissions.
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Voter Fraud Evidence Is Emerging – And the Media Wants to Keep You in the Dark
If you have no idea what happened at the second meeting of President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in New Hampshire on Sept. 12, I’m not surprised.
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Sarah Palin and Duck Dynasty star tally mons to light up America
Women’s marches flood the landscape these days: marches about abortion, politics, “rights,” empowerment, black lives and the president.
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Classic Trix is coming back after fans reject new recipe
The classic Trix recipe will return to grocery stores next month, after its new, more natural recipe received a massive backlash from fans. In 2015, General Mills Inc., parent company of Trix cereal, announced they would be phasing out the use of artificial dyes and flavors in their breakfast foods.
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Chocolate lovers have a new way to enjoy the sweet treat: the Melt Spa
The antioxidants in dark chocolate may provide health benefits, chocolate lovers claim, and one spa is targeting the town where chocolate cravers go. Just outside of Hershey Park, Melt Spa guests not only eat chocolate but also smell like it.
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Show Notes 09-25-2016

Sunday Show 9-25-16

World Famous Exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth Dies at 91
The renowned exorcist, Pauline Father Gabriele Amorth, has died at the age of 91. A priest of the diocese of Rome, Father Amorth was admitted to hospital a few weeks ago suffering from pulmonary complications, according to Italian media reports.
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Rutgers law professors say pets are animal slaves
Two Rutgers University law professors have published an essay making a “case against pets,” arguing that domestication of animals is a form of torture that is morally and ethically wrong.
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Charlotte violence sparks self defense gun buying spree
The explosion of racial violence in Charlotte, N.C. has led to a gun buying spree by locals worried about their safety. At Hyatt Guns, one of the nation’s largest, staff arrived Thursday morning after the second night of riots and encountered a line of buyers.
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Lt. Col. Maginnis: Obama Admin. ‘Is Aggressively Against Christians’ — ‘Demonic Forces’ In Washington, DC
Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis (ret.), the senior fellow for national security at the Family Research Council, said Christianity is under attack in the Pentagon and the Obama administration is “aggressively against Christians.”
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Swarm of bees follows car for 2 days to rescue queen trapped in back
Devotion knows no bounds when it comes to bees and their leader. When Carol Howarth parked her Mitsubishi in the town of Haverfordwest, Wales, to do some shopping, little did she know the mayhem that would ensue.
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The Autumnal Equinox
We can thank the autumnal equinox for this shift from sultry summer to cozy fall. And while most of us are aware of when the first day of autumn lands on the calendar, there’s more to the equinox than meets the eye. Consider the following.
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Dems walk out before baby-body-parts buyer cited for contempt
Read more at came under investigation by the House panel due to its financial and professional links to Planned Parenthood, whose executives were caught in the undercover videos discussing the selling of the body parts of aborted babies.
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Abortion Survivor: ‘If Abortion Is Merely About Women’s Rights, Then What Were Mine?’
Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen told the House Judiciary Committee on Friday that abortion advocates can never answer the question, “if abortion is merely about women’s rights,” what were her rights as the survivor of a saline abortion.
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 Pro-Abortion Leader Compares Hyde Amendment Restrictions on Taxpayer-Funded Abortion to Slavery: ‘Set Us Free’
Kierra Johnson, executive director of URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity, testified Friday before the House Judiciary Committee examining the Hyde Amendment, which forbids the use of federal funds for abortion except in cases of rape and incest, and compared the amendment to slavery, saying that repealing the Hyde Amendment is about “setting us (women) free.”
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Who will buy Twitter?
Twitter is reportedly in talks with several companies that are interested in buying the social media site. Among the suitors, reports CNBC, citing anonymous sources, are Google’s parent company Alphabet and Salesforce, which builds software that helps businesses manage information about their customers.
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Show Notes 09/25/2014

Thursday Show 9/25/14

Autumn Equinox
In the Northern Hemisphere, the sun is rising later now, and nightfall comes sooner. This is our autumn equinox, when the days are getting shorter in the Northern Hemisphere.
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Rosh Hashanah
The festival of Rosh Hashanah—the name means “Head of the Year”—is observed for two days beginning on 1 Tishrei, 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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American Indians are embracing the ‘decolonized diet’
Bit by bit, the farm at Little Earth is growing. So, too, is a movement among American Indians in Minnesota and elsewhere to improve their health by rediscovering ancestral foods and connections to lands once lost.
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Hundreds of Colorado students protest proposed history curriculum changes
Hundreds of students walked out of classrooms around suburban Denver on Tuesday in protest over a conservative-led school board proposal to focus history education on topics that promote citizenship, patriotism and respect for authority, in a show of civil disobedience that the new standards would aim to downplay.
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Climate change? China rebuts Obama
While President Obama challenged China at the United Nations to follow the U.S. lead in pushing for drastic reductions in national carbon emissions to save the planet from “climate change,” it appears that China has dramatically different ideas. As in: no.
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Adults who leave guns accessible to kids could gace tougher penalites under bill passed by NJ State Senate
Adults who leave loaded weapons in places where children can gain access to them would face stiffer penalties if someone gets hurt under a bill passed by the state Senate today.
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‘F’ Is for Firearm: More Teachers Authorized to Carry Weapons in Classroom
“Stop. Drop your weapon. Don’t shoot.” Kasey Hansen yelled as she pointed the barrel of her loaded handgun at a target’s chest at a shooting range outside Salt Lake City.
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Seattle OKs $1 fine for adding too much food to garbage bins
The Seattle City Council passed a new ordinance Monday that could mean $1 fines for people who toss too many table scraps into the trash. Under current Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) rules, people living in single-family homes are encouraged but not required to dispose of food waste and compostable paper products in compost bins.

Show Notes 09/22/2013

Show Sunday 09/22/13
Autumn Equinox
The word equinox comes from the Latin words for “equal night.” The fall and spring equinoxes are the only days of the year in which the Sun crosses the celestial equator.
Former Special Forces Commander: Now It’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell for Christians
Many commanders in the Department of Defense are violating the religious rights of service members, forcing them to be quiet about their moral opposition to homosexuality and gay marriage, for instance, and, in effect, imposing a Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy on Christians, said Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin, the former commander of the U.S. Special Forces Command.
Swiss region to set ban on full face Islamic veil
Switzerland’s Italian-speaking region was on course Sunday to ban the full-face Islamic veil, projected results from a referendum showed.
Animal group sets out to count Detroit’s stray dogs
It doesn’t matter to Jessie Clarke how many stray or loose dogs are roaming the ruins of Detroit. After the 65-year-old was attacked by two pit bulls outside of her east side home in April, even one or two is too many.
Charles Starkweather
Charles Raymond Starkweather (November 24 or 25 1938 – June 25, 1959) was an American teenaged spree killer who murdered eleven people in the states of Nebraska and Wyoming in a two-month murder spree committed between December 1957 and January 1958.
China may be hiring hackers to access us drone technology
The Chinese government is aggressively pursuing U.S. leadership in drone technology – even possibly enlisting hackers to access American classified information. The New York Times cites cybersecurity experts in reporting Shanghai-based hackers have targeted at least 20 foreign defense contractors over the past two years in an apparent attempt to obtain technology “behind the United States’ clear lead in military drones.”
EPA head says climate change is most significant public health threat
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy on Friday discussed the agency’s 493-page proposed regulation that would, for the first time, restrict carbon emissions from new power plants, including coal plants.
Gov’t spends 379k texting kids to take a walk
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending $379,500 on a study that sends texts to adolescents encouraging them to walk. The “Txt Me: Texting Motivational Messages Encouraging Adolescent PA” (physical activity) is being conducted by the Baylor College of Medicine. The study began in January of 2011 and will be funded through the end of this year.

Show notes 09/23/12

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 9/23/12

The Autumn Equinox 
The equinox gets its name from an astronomical curiosity. During both the spring and summer equinoxes, the sun transits directly over the Earth’s equator. Day and night are approximately equal length on equinoxes, which is how the days got their name — it means “equal night” in Latin.

State Department Spends 70,000 placating Pakistani Muslims
Seven Pakistani television stations broadcast U.S. government public service messages Thursday featuring President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denouncing a film clip insulting Mohammed.

Anti Jihad ads will be going up in NYC subways
As violent protests over an anti-Islamic film ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad sweep over much of the Muslim world, a conservative blogger’s provocative ad equating Muslim radicals with savages is set to go up in New York City’s subway system.

Drought forces farmer to offer cows sweeter life 
As the worst drought in 50 years devastates this year’s U.S. corn crop, farmers are turning to ice cream sprinkles, marshmallows and gummy worms as alternatives to feed beef and dairy cows, Reuters reports.

Pastors pledge to defy thew IRS 
Stanley said pastors attending the Oct. 7 “Pulpit Freedom Sunday” will “preach sermons that will talk about the candidates running for office” and then “make a specific recommendation.” The sermons will be recorded and sent to the IRS.

Big Easy tour guides claim regulations violate fee speech 
Four New Orleans tour guides claim their First Amendment rights are being trampled by city regulations requiring them to pass a history exam, submit to drug testing and undergo a criminal background check.

American capitalism gone with a whimper
It must be said, that like the breaking of a great dam, the American decent into Marxism is happening with breath taking speed, against the back drop of a passive, hapless sheeple, excuse me dear reader, I meant people.

DOJ funded training manual lists bumper stickers as terrorism 

A leaked training manual used in the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) program for law enforcement and funded by the Department of Justice lists political bumper stickers expressing opposition to the United Nations and support for the bill of rights as indications of terrorist activity.

Morsi: Don’t expect Egypt to live by America’s rules
On the eve of his first visit to the United States as Egypt’s president, Islamist Mohammed Morsi said he will demonstrate more independence from the U.S. in decision-making than his predecessor Hosni Mubarak and told Washington not to expect Egypt to live by its rules.