Show Notes 03-04-2017

Saturday Show 3-4-17

Tump tours private school in Florida, promoting 
President Donald Trump toured a private religious school in Florida on Friday, praising it as an ideal institution for “disadvantaged children” while re-emphasizing that his education agenda will focus on school choice.
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Venezuelans Are Separating Food from Waste as More People Forced to Eat from Garbage
Controversial Priest and opponent to President Nicolás Maduro’s administration Father Jose Palmar posted on social media this week about labeling discarded waste so those looking through it for food can do so more easily and “with dignity.”
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‘March 4 Trump’ Rallies Held Across US
Supporters of President Trump gathered at Trump Tower, the Washington Monument and cities around the country in a march representing their pride in his presidency.
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Source: Ex-CIA officer who faced extradition freed after intervention from Trump administration
A former CIA case officer who faced extradition to Italy for her alleged role in the rendition of a radical Egyptian Muslim cleric is now free after Trump administration officials intervened, according to a source close to the discussions.
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Feds dig in: Agents raid Trump-touted Caterpillar
President Trump’s “love” of Caterpillar, Inc. apparently wasn’t deep enough to spare the Illinois-based manufacturer from a multi-agency federal raid linked to its overseas subsidiaries and tax practices.
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Uber’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week
First, a little context. Last week was already one of the worst in the ride-hailing company’s history. It started on a Sunday when a former engineer, Susan Fowler, published an explosive blog post alleging sexual harassment and discrimination.
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Uber’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week
Uber used data collected by its app and a tool called Greyball to help avoid authorities in markets where its service was being resisted or outright banned, according to a report from the New York Times.
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Trump Administration Puts UN Human Rights Council on Notice; ‘Obsession With Israel’
The Trump administration put the U.N. Human Rights Council on notice Wednesday, criticizing the Geneva-based body for its “obsession with Israel” and also taking a swipe at the presence among its members of rights-abusing regimes.
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Obama’s Organizing for Action Partners with Soros-Linked ‘Indivisible’ to Disrupt Trump’s Agenda
Organizing for Action, the activist group that morphed from Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign, has partnered with the newly-formed Indivisible Project for “online trainings” on how to protest President Donald Trump’s agenda.
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Show Notes 08-07-2016

Sunday Show 8-7-16

Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Will Register Voters in One Room, Abort Them in Another
In one of Planned Parenthood’s newest disturbing schemes, women now can both register to vote and have their unborn babies aborted in its facilities across the country.
Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Will Register Voters in One Room, Abort Them in Another
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Theses states added work requirements for food stamp recipients, here’s how its working out
Several states have grappled with welfare reform. A few states that have incorporated work requirements have seen encouraging outcomes that should provide a blueprint for greater welfare reform efforts nationwide.
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Cash for Compliance? ABC15 uncovers surprise about group flooding Valley with ADA lawsuits
They call themselves Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities – AID for short.
On its website, videos show AID giving out things like a special therapeutic brace, a scooter, and a window air conditioning unit.
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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams explain why Muslims turn to terrorism
The first countries to declare war on the newly formed United States were the Muslim Barbary States of North Africa….From 1783, until the Presidency of George Washington in 1789, the newborn Republic had no strong central authority, and that is when the Barbary pirates struck.
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Iran executes nuclear scientist reputed to have spied for U.S
The Iranian government has executed a nuclear scientist who was believed to have cooperated with U.S. intelligence but who returned to Iran after claiming he had been abducted and tortured by the CIA.Iran executes nuclear scientist reputed to have spied for U.S.
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Show Notes 12/11/2014

Thursday Show 12/11/14

US torture report “full of crap” says ex-VP Cheney
Former US Vice President Dick Cheney on Wednesday blasted the Senate report detailing torture of “war on terror” detainees, calling it “terrible” and “full of crap.
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Mohammed ordered us to be kind even killing
Al-Qaeda’s Yemen-based affiliate, which on Saturday shot dead an American journalist and a South African teacher to prevent their rescue by U.S. Special Forces, wants the world to know that it opposes beheadings and other forms of brutality practiced by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL).
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Security at US consulate in Benghazi in disarray prior to 2012 attacks
The guard force at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was in such disarray prior to the 2012 terrorist attack that the security status there was described as an “emergency” just three hours before the assault that left four Americans dead, according to State Department emails.
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In a first, more Americans support gun rights than gun control poll finds
By a margin of 52 percent to 46 percent, Americans say protecting the rights of gun owners is more important than gun control, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center released Wednesday. It is the first time Pew found more support for gun ownership than gun control in more than two decades of surveys on the issue.
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Detriot to emerge from historic bankruptcy Wednesday
Detroit’s historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy ended Wednesday, marking an end to Kevyn Orr’s tenure as emergency manager as the city enters a “new chapter,” as Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) put it.
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Police demonstrations inspire new protest songs
Stop. Hey, what’s that sound? Protest songs are taking their place alongside chants of “I can’t breathe” and “Hands up, don’t shoot” as demonstrators raise their voices to condemn the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police.
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