Show Notes 10-22-2018

Monday show notes 10-22-18

Cardinal Viganó New Letter: Pope Francis is ‘Gravely Responsible’ for Church Corruption
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/emily-ward/cardinal-vigan-new-letter-pope-francis-gravely-responsible-church-corruption

Young Catholics urge Vatican to issue inclusive LGBT message
https://apnews.com/5c51dab8700745abb6e02384c8d1188f

John Boehner to host marijuana investing seminar
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/john-boehner-to-host-marijuana-investing-seminar

City to shelter: Send homeless back onto streets
https://www.wnd.com/2018/10/city-to-shelter-send-homeless-back-onto-streets/?cat_orig=faith

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Show Notes 10-18-2018

Thursday show notes 10-18-18

FBI agents raid San Juan government offices as part of investigation into fraud, corruption
https://www.foxnews.com/world/fbi-agents-raid-san-juan-government-offices-as-part-of-investigation-into-fraud-corruption

New ad has dying Jesus as organ donor
https://www.wnd.com/2018/10/what-would-jesus-do-donate-your-organs/#am3MKtvLyxkdSBqa.99

Ex-FBI agent sentenced for leaking classified documents to reporter
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ex-fbi-agent-sentenced-for-leaking-classified-documents-to-reporter

Michigan pizzeria employee makes ‘epic’ delivery for terminally ill man nearly 500 miles away
https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/michigan-pizzeria-employee-makes-epic-delivery-for-terminally-ill-man-nearly-500-miles-away

May Begs for Cabinet Obedience as ‘Chequers’ Brexit Opposition Grows
https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/10/16/may-begs-cabinet-obedience-chequers-brexit-opposition-grows/

New Operation Chokepoint Docs Show FDIC Pushed Banks to Drop Payday Lenders
https://www.insidesources.com/new-operation-chokepoint-docs-show-fdic-directors-pressured-banks-to-drop-payday-lenders/

7 In 10 Millennials Would Take Pay Cut For Ability To Bring Pet To Work
https://www.studyfinds.org/most-millennials-take-pay-cut-bring-pet-work/

Show Notes 09-24-2018

Monday show notes 09-24-18

Pope Francis: Virgin Mary Stands by the ‘Deported’
Pope Francis has continued pushing his pro-immigration message in his trip to the Baltic states, urging his hearers to “receive” the stranger even when he threatens our security and well-being.
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Rick Perry on Cabinet Bible Study and President Trump’s Leadership: ‘It Starts at the Top’
Did you know members of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet meet weekly for a Bible study? CBN News was the first to report on it and according to one regular attendee, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, the group is still going strong.
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Mega- Pastor: Ten Commandments no longer applicable
A mega-pastor of one of the largest “evangelical” churches in the U.S. is attacking the Old Testament again, this time insisting Jesus rendered the Ten Commandments null and void, issuing one new law “as a replacement for everything.”
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U-turn on multiculturanism? Danish Public broadcaster told to stress importance of Christianity
New guidelines for the Danish public broadcaster DR have put an emphasis on its highlighting the roots in Christianity of the country’s society, instead of multiculturalism and integration, which DR had been promoting.
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Woman helps save 27 Animals After Florence, Gets Busted
A North Carolina woman who runs an animal rescue nonprofit took in dozens of abandoned cats and dogs in the wake of Hurricane Florence, cleaning their wounds and giving them antibiotics to help them heal.
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Soros challenges Hungary laws at European rights court
The foundation run by US billionaire George Soros said Monday that it has filed a legal challenge with the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg against Hungary’s controversial “Stop Soros” laws adopted last June.
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WD-40 enrolls armed security to move its ‘secret formula’ after 65 years
The secret formula for American household staple WD-40 has a new home after 65 years thanks to the help of Brink’s, a global leader in security-related services.
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Chamber cheers: It’s Trump’s economy
The economy is booming at twice the Obama-era levels because of the administration’s push to slash regulations, promote pro-growth policies and cut taxes, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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Show Notes 07-30-2018

Monday show notes 07-30-18

Mulvaney Shocked to Learn Past Administrations Used Foreign Aid to ‘Discourage Christian Values
Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Mick Mulvaney says past administrations have leveraged foreign aid to other countries to advance policy initiatives such as abortion and gay marriage.
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Where churches have become temples of cheese, fitness and eroticism
For generations, parishioners whispered their sins in the dark wooden confessional booths of Notre-Dame-du-Perpétuel-Secours, an imposing Roman Catholic church in Montreal.
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Sessions: We Will Keep Fighting for Religious Liberty, and ‘We’re Going to Keep Winning’
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the formation of a task force to ensure that the Department of Justice (DOJ) upholds religious liberty in the cases the government brings and defends, its court arguments, and DOJ policies, regulations, and operations.
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS: SUICIDE BOMBERS JUSTIFY MURDERING KIDS
The Palestinian Authority spends hundreds of millions of dollars annually, much of it contributed by other nations, including the United States, to pay salaries to terrorists or the families of successful suicide bombers.
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Alaska Airlines responds to gay couple claiming flight crew separated them so straight couple could sit
David Cooley was flying from New York’s JFK Airport to Los Angeles International Airport when he said an Alaska Airlines flight attendant gave “preferential treatment to a straight couple.”
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Upset teen on American Airlines flight receives ‘life advice’ from 64-year-old
An upset 16-year-old has received some sage wisdom after sharing an experience on FlyerTalk, complaining about the treatment of an American Airlines staff member.
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American Airlines apologizes to passenger for ‘shredded’ suitcase, missing items
An American Airlines passenger was in for quite a shock when she arrived at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on Sunday after a weekend getaway in Florida. Kristen Horabin and her husband had checked their bags for the return flight to Texas after a weekend trip to Tampa.
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Show Notes 07-13-2018

Friday Show Notes 07-13-18

Donald Trump and Theresa May meet amid Brexit storm
Donald Trump has said the UK will “probably not” get a trade deal with the US, if the prime minister’s Brexit plan goes ahead. He told The Sun the PM’s plan would “probably kill the deal” as it would mean the US “would be dealing with the European Union” instead of with the UK.
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LIP-SYNCING COPS TRIGGER LITIGIOUS ANTI-RELIGION GROUP
Police officers across the country are putting their lip-syncing skills to the test these days, challenging each other to try and top THAT. Norfolk, Virginia, “danced and grooved” to “Uptown Funk,” said a report from LoHud.com, and they promptly challenged Yorktown, Ossining and Suffern officers.
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Chick-fil-A ranked top fast food restaurant in U.S.
For the third year in a row, Chick-fil-A has been named America’s top fast food restaurant according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s annual survey.
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Flash mob surprises Chick-fil-A with a capella gospel song
A group of Acapella singers at a Chick-fil-A in Nashville surprised onlookers by breaking out in song last Saturday, and footage of the uplifting moment is now going viral on Facebook.
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COURT: CLOCK BOY, FATHER, ON HOOK FOR $200,000 LEGAL FEES
A Texas appeals court has affirmed the dismissal in its entirety of a defamation lawsuit filed by Mohamed Mohamed on behalf of himself and his son, the “clock boy” who took to school a device that looked like a briefcase bomb and then cashed in on the ruckus with multiple television appearances and the like.
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Custom Ford Mustang honoring America’s WW II Eagle Squadrons to be auctioned for charity
The Ford Mustang may have been named after an American fighter plane, but now there’s one disguised as a British Spitfire that was built to honor U.S. vets from World War II.
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THE ERA RETURNS! LONG-FAILED PLAN FOCUS OF DISCUSSION AGAIN
That’s the controversial proposal from the 1970s that would amend the U.S. Constitution to state,
“Equality of rights under the law shall not be abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”
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Show notes 07-06-2018

Friday Show Notes 07-06-18

Flag Fight! Business Ordered to Remove Old Glory Following Complaint
The southeast Texas town of Port Neches is one of the most patriotic towns in America. So you can imagine the reaction when a local business owner was ordered to remove American flags posted outside their store.
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PETA Defends Extremist Group’s Illegal Activity
If you thought PETA had moderated itself since PETA provided money to an Animal Liberation Front member who burned down a university lab—think again.
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Texas mother shoots man trying to steal car with children inside
A mother in Texas shot a carjacker who was stealing her vehicle while her two young children were inside, police say. The woman jumped back into her SUV after the suspect got into the driver’s seat at a Dallas petrol station on Wednesday night, according to police
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Entire California ghost town for sale for under $1 million
A real-life California ghost town has hit the market, and an authentic piece of the Wild West can be yours for a cool $925,000.
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Dow jumps 200 points ahead of US tariffs on China, tech rises
Stocks closed higher on Thursday as technology shares rose, but investors remained on edge as the U.S. prepared to slap tariffs on goods imported from China.
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Is Christianity Shrinking in America? “Yes” and “No”
The number of self-proclaimed Christians is shrinking in America. Fewer people claim a Christian affiliation than ever before, and those who claim no religious affiliation are the fastest growing group in America.
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The 10 Commandments: let voters decide
Voters in Alabama will be asked this fall whether or not the Ten Commandments can be posted on state property.
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Las Vegas cop ‘terrified with fear’ as gunman murdered dozens, body camera footage shows
An armed, veteran police officer stood idle for several minutes last October as the Las Vegas gunman slaughtered dozens of concert goers from a perch one floor up, and now that cop’s actions — and inaction — are being reviewed by the Metropolitan Police Department.
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Show Notes 06-28-2018

Thursday show notes 06-28-18

Farmers in America are facing an economic and mental health crisis
“Think about trying to live today on the income you had 15 years ago.” That’s how agriculture expert Chris Hurt describes the plight facing U.S. farmers today.
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Supreme Court Trump travel ban decision is an important victory for our national security
The Trump administration won an important victory and America’s national security was strengthened Tuesday when the Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s travel ban that suspended the entry into the U.S. of foreigners from countries that are state sponsors of terrorism or pose other national security threats.
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Israel Deploys ‘Shoko Drones’ to Drop Skunk Water on Gaza Rioters
In response to criticism of its use of deadly weapon fire against Gaza rioters, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) will begin dropping skunk water on violent protesters, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced Wednesday.
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Return of Lost Tribe of Menashe Signals New Stage in Redemption
Rabbi Michael Freund, head of Shavei Israel, brought home another 225 Bnei Menashe this week as part of the return of the tribes of Israel that was prophesied to follow the return of Judah.
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School District Tells Coach, ‘If You Talk to God, You’re Fired’
First Liberty Institute attorney Michael Berry said Bremerton High School in Washington State picked on the wrong Marine. First Liberty is representing Joe Kennedy, a Marine and former assistant football coach at the local high school.
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‘They Had the Power’: Former Satanic High Priest Says Christian Prayers Hindered Him from Carrying Out Evil
John Ramirez once worshiped the devil and carried out evil in the name of Satan. Now a pastor, he knows all about the dark side. He once sacrificed animals as part of satanic rituals and his friends even called him, “Lucifer’s son.”
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In sign of detente, North Korea skips annual anti-US rally
In another sign of detente following the summit between leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, North Korea has decided to skip one of the most symbolic and politically charged events of its calendar: the annual “anti-U.S. imperialism” rally marking the start of the Korean War.
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