Show Notes 06/29/2014

Sunday Show 6/29/14

Obama adviser reasserts U.S. is ‘Islamic country’
An Obama adviser who ruffled feathers last year claiming the U.S. is “an Islamic country with and Islamically compliant constitution” is reportedly at it again. Mohamed Elibiary is a senior fellow of Obama’s Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council.

Casselberry mom refused to take child to hospital over vegan beliefs
Sarah Anne Markham was arrested Tuesday on a charge of child neglect. According to Casselberry police, a pediatrician told Markham that her baby needed to be admitted to Florida Hospital South for treatment because the child was dehydrated and was losing weight.

Battle between Utahs rural counties and BLM intensifies
When Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins sat down in a conference room with the national director of the Bureau of Land Management’s law enforcement operations, he had a series of numbers in his head.

ISIS crucifies nine people in Syrian villages
A man has survived being crucified by Isis in Syria, after the jihadists raided his village and nailed him to a cross for eight hours. The unnamed man from Al-Bab, near the border with Turkey, was crucified as a punishment, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. He managed to survive the ordeal.

225K to see Hilary students say no
Hillary Clinton is in hot water over a $225,000 speaking fee she will reportedly receive for an upcoming appearance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. UNLV students are demanding Clinton to return what they see as an “outrageous” speaking fee for an October event and have criticized the school for paying her so much money at a time when tuition is scheduled to spike by 17 percent over the next four years.

Admitting faith on resume cuts callback chances
Wanted: Hard-working individual with job experience, demonstrated leadership and a minimum of two references — those with faith need not apply. Most of the country might consider itself religious, but according to two recently released studies admitting one’s faith on a resume can cut the chances for a callback by more than 25 percent.

Top Reps square off on Hobby Lobby
A top House Democrat on Sunday suggested that religious business owners who do not provide birth control to their employees because it violates their faith are “discriminating against women.”

Children forced to watch as Pakistani couple who married for love were muredered as an example
A young couple murdered in Pakistan barely a week after they had married for love were killed as a warning to other girls not to marry without the permission of their parents, according to witnesses.

Appeals court orders atheists justify lawsuit against 911 cross
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered American Atheists to justify its claim that placing the Ground Zero Cross at the National 911 Museum in New York City constitutes a “particular and concrete injury” to atheists and “marginalizes them as American citizens.”

Show Notes 04/20/2014

Sunday Show 4/20/14
History of Easter
The exact origins of this religious feast day’s name are unknown. Some sources claim the word Easter is derived from Eostre, a Teutonic goddess of spring and fertility. Other accounts trace Easter to the Latin term hebdomada alba, or white week, an ancient reference to Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, is Christianity’s most important holiday.
Captain America beats off Johnny Depp and singing parrots
Captain America continues to vanquish box office foes, triumphing in ticket sales for the third consecutive week and beating formidable contender Johnny Depp. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” added another $26 million to its coffers, according to studio estimates Sunday, while Depp’s sci-fi thriller, “Transcendence,” opened in fourth place with $11 million.
Congressman introduces “Contempt Act” to withhold Eric Holder’s salary
Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) has introduced a bill called the “Contempt Act,” which would prevent current and future federal employees from collecting their taxpayer-funded salaries as long as they’re being held in contempt of Congress.
Whitefish shortage causing Passover meal problems
A shortage of whitefish in the Great Lakes region resulting partly from the winter deep freeze is coming at an inconvenient time for Jewish families: the Passover holiday, when demand is high because it’s a key ingredient in a traditional recipe.
Colorado Dems abandon abortion bill after Archbishop leads rally at Statehouse
Democrats in the Colorado state Senate abandoned a NARAL-supported bill that would have banned “interference with an individual’s reproductive health care decisions” after Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila led a rally of more than a thousand pro-life activists on the steps of the statehouse Tuesday.
Stockpiles of Roche Tamiflu drug are waste of money, review finds
Researchers who have fought for years to get full data on Roche’s flu medicine Tamiflu said on Thursday that governments who stockpile it are wasting billions of dollars on a drug whose effectiveness is in doubt.
Five facts about Marijuana

Pot enthusiasts celebrate April 20 as the international day of marijuana. This drug, long outlawed in the United States, has gained growing public acceptance. Both Washington state and Colorado now allow legal sales of recreational marijuana to adults ages 21 or older.

Show Notes 04/06/2014

Sunday Show 4/6/14
The Bill Of Rights has been revoked
While you were focused on the missing Airliner, there was a little case being heard in front of the Supreme Court called U.S. v. Castleman. The case was a landmark win for the gun control left wing, but what no one realized, is that our Constitution no longer affords us “rights.”
North Dakota most trusted state: Illinois least
The people of North Dakota put more trust and confidence in their state government than people in any other state, while the people of Illinois put the least.
First Lady tells children bees are good
First lady Michelle Obama told school children Wednesday that the White House garden is going to help restore the dying bee population.
Church fight club pits Pastor against Pastor
A new documentary examines the relationship between Christianity and mixed martial arts as it follows a group of pugilistic pastors who would rather beat each other up in the cage than do as Jesus and turn the other cheek.
Catholic Bishop says Sen. Durbin not permitted to receive Holy Communion
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is “not permitted to receive Holy Communion” under the law of the Catholic Church, according to Bishop Thomas J. Paprocki, who heads the diocese of Springfield, Ill., which is Durbin’s home city.

Show Notes 03/06/2014

Thursday Show 3/6/14
Could Sugar Power Cell Phones Of The Future?
Researchers are charged up about biobatteries, devices able to harness common biological processes to generate electricity. Most biobatteries are unable to generate large amounts of power, but researchers recently developed a prototype version that has the potential to be lighter and more powerful than the batteries typically found in today’s portable electronic devices, including smartphones. 
Bill Buckley: ‘Duel Between Christianity and Atheism is Most Important in the World’ 
There are Americans today, holding themselves up as conservatives, who argue that one can be both an atheist and a conservative. This is absurd.
North Carolina High School board votes to keep controversial book
A North Carolina school board will keep in its high school curriculum a book that tackles abortion, torture, rape and prostitution.
Planned Parenthood produces video promoting bondage
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)–which received more than $2.75 million in government funding in 2012–has produced and posted online a video specifically aimed at teenagers that promotes bondage and sadomasochism (BDSM) and proposes “rules” to follow when engaging in these activities. 
U.S. Justice Dept. sues Philly school district over beard-length rule
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the School District of Philadelphia, claiming a rule regulating the length of employees’ beards constitutes religious discrimination. 
US appeals court permits YouTube to display Muhammad video with changes
Now we will see if Cindy Lee Garcia’s five-second appearance is edited out and the film remains on YouTube otherwise unchallenged, or if something else is found to be the basis of new calls to take the video down altogether.
Fla. High Court: Immigrant can’t get law license

Immigrants in the country illegally can’t be given a license to practice law, a question that was raised when a man who moved here from Mexico when he was 9 years old sought a license in Florida, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

Show Notes 01/19/2014

Sunday Show 1/19/14
Network coverage scathing Benghazi report doesn’t mention Obama’s name once
While NBC, ABC, and CBS all covered the new Senate Intelligence Committee report blaming the Obama administration for security failures leading up to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, none of the coverage on Wednesday’s evening newscasts or Thursday’s morning shows mentioned President Obama byname.
Federal judge shoots down Chicago gun sales ban
After ruling Chicago’s ban on firearm sales a breach of constitutional rights earlier this month, a federal judge is giving the city 180 days to formulate a new law governing gun stores.
Gideon bibles removed after atheist group pressures University of Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Extension has agreed to remove all Gideon Bibles from 137 guest rooms at its conference center after an atheist group, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), complained, arguing that the Bibles in the bedrooms constituted state endorsement of Christianity.
Jessie Vetter’s Team USA goalie mask required to remove Constitution rendering
When Team USA women’s hockey goalie Jessie Vetter takes to the ice next month at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, her mask will be missing something.
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston on January 17, 1706. He was the tenth son of soap maker, Josiah Franklin. Benjamin’s mother was Abiah Folger, the second wife of Josiah. In all, Josiah would father 17 children.

Show Notes 12/01/2013

Sunday Show 12/01/13
Special guest; Douglas Lain: Author of Billy Moon
Hanukkah
Hanukkah (sometimes transliterated Chanukkah) is a Jewish holiday celebrated for eight days and nights. It starts on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev, which coincides with late November-late December on the secular calendar. 
Educator slammed after telling students they dress like hoes
An education official at a Texas high school is under fire after telling some female students they have been dressing like ‘hoes’. 
Believers turning to Bible-based ‘Daniel diet’ to lose weight, renew faith
From Looking to slim down in the new year? Perhaps it’s time you tried the “God diet.” Christians looking to strengthen their relationship with God and adopt a healthier lifestyle are seeking out diets and fasts inspired by the Biblical prophet Daniel. 
Child taken from womb by social services
A pregnant woman has had her baby forcibly removed by caesarean section by social workers. Essex social services obtained a High Court order against the woman that allowed her to be forcibly sedated and her child to be taken from her womb.
40 mind blowing quotes from Barack Hussein Obama on Islan and Christianity
#1 “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation”
#2 “We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation.”

#3 “Which passages of scripture should guide our public policy? Should we go with Leviticus, which suggests slavery is OK and that eating shellfish is an abomination? Or we could go with Deuteronomy, which suggests stoning your child if he strays from the faith?”