Show Notes 03-19-2019

Tuesday show notes 03-19-19

Nigerian Muslim Militants Kill 120 Christians in Three Weeks
https://www.breitbart.com/africa/2019/03/16/nigerian-muslim-militants-kill-120-christians-three-weeks/

Jewish voters are furious at Dems’ defense of Ilhan Omar
https://nypost.com/2019/03/16/jewish-voters-are-furious-at-dems-defense-of-ilhan-omar/

Former ‘Prince of ISIS’ Turns to Christ After a God Dream: ‘I Saw a Love That Didn’t Exist in Islam’
https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/cwn/2019/march/former-prince-of-isis-turns-to-christ-after-a-god-dream-i-saw-a-love-that-didnt-exist-in-islam

9th Circuit rebuffs U.S. government in Bundy case
https://www.wnd.com/2019/03/9th-circuit-rebuffs-u-s-government-in-bundy-case/#udr4Jtw1JsQU4sWK.99

Show Notes 01-13-2018

Saturday Show 01-13-17 

Cliven Bundy case: How big a problem is prosecutorial misconduct?
Cliven Bundy wanted to walk out of the courtroom in his jail jumpsuit and ankle shackles. Deputy marshals blocked him from doing that. But if it hadn’t been for “flagrant misconduct” committed by federal prosecutors and investigators in the case, the Nevada cattleman may not have been walking out at all.
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‘Pro-America’ Black Rifle Coffee becoming popular among conservatives, founder says
Black Rifle Coffee Company is not where you go to get your average cup of Joe. The Salt Lake City-based venture is making waves with high-quality coffee while taking a pro-Trump, pro-gun and pro-military stance.
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Florida races to accommodate influx of Puerto Rican migrants
At Leslie Campbell’s office in the central Florida city of St. Cloud, the phone will not stop ringing. Director of special programs for the Osceola County School District, Ms. Campbell helps enroll students fleeing storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
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‘Stable genius’ is a merch windfall’
According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 3 people have already applied for rights to slap “stable genius” all over apparel. Problem is … only one can own the rights to put it on clothes.
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Congress raises concerns over Florida drilling exemption
The Trump administration may have violated federal law by exempting Florida from a national plan to expand offshore drilling, a Democratic senator charged Thursday.
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‘Give 3 good reasons for slavery:’ 4th-grade homework assignment sparks backlash, apology in Wauwatosa
 A homework assignment asked fourth-graders at a private school in Wauwatosa to argue why slavery was a good thing. It prompted an apology from the principal of Our Redeemer Lutheran School, who said the question wasn’t supposed to have an answer because there are no good reasons for slavery.
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Entire class punished for ‘microaggressive’ comments
A Columbia University professor recently described how an entire class was punished after some students used “microaggressive” language in an online chat.
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San Diego State College Republicans out professors they say indoctrinate students
One professor gave her students a white privilege quiz. Another declared classrooms as tools for “civil resistance.” A third called John McCain a “war criminal.”
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Veterans behind bars: US jails set aside special cellblocks
The military veterans playing cards in the Albany County jail wear the same orange uniforms as everyone else, with “INMATE” printed down the legs. But their service offers one distinct privilege: a special cellblock where they can work through problems they often share, such as substance use and post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Senior Pentagon Soldier to ISIS: Surrender or Get Beaten with a Shovel
In a blunt warning to the remaining ISIS fighters, Army Command Sgt. Maj. John Wayne Troxell said the shrinking band of militants could either surrender to the U.S. military or face death.
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VA Hospitals Could Be Left Vulnerable to Violence: Watchdog Report
The Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t following certain security standards at its hospitals and clinics that are required of all federal buildings, potentially putting patients and visitors at risk, the Government Accountability Office concluded in a report released Thursday.
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Show Notes 12-01-2017

Friday Show Notes 12-1-17

Cliven Bundy refuses to leave jail amid ongoing trial
Cliven Bundy, the 71-year-old rancher who sparked a national debate over states’ rights, refused a federal judge’s offer to be released from jail during his ongoing trial on Wednesday.
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Repeal of Obama era Net Neutrality means free and open Internet
On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to roll back Obama-era Internet regulations, a move that one commissioner tells WND and Radio America will reinvigorate broadband innovation and reduce the government’s influence over the Internet while keeping important consumer protections in place.
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While eyes are on Russia, Sessions dramatically reshapes the Justice Department
For more than five hours, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sat in a hearing room on Capitol Hill this month, fending off inquiries on Washington’s two favorite topics: President Trump and Russia.
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University demands people be warned about seeing a cross
World War II servicemen barely out of high school were buried under crosses as were troops who served in Korea and Vietnam. But now, one American university says that just seeing crosses can cause “emotional trauma.”
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HIV-Positive School Aide Charged With Sexual Offenses Against 42 Kids — Liberal Media Silent
Carlos Bell, a 30-year-old former school aide and track coach at two of Maryland’s public schools, who is HIV-positive,  has been charged with 206 criminal counts, most of which involved the sexual abuse or exploitation of 42 children from those schools.
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Prof calls for ‘Black Xmas’ to ‘disrupt’ ‘white capitalism’ 
A California State University-Los Angeles professor is urging Americans to participate in a “Black Xmas” by divesting from “white corporations” and fighting “White Capitalism.”
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White House releases ‘explosive’ tally of green cards issued in ‘chain migration’
For the first time, the White House said, the federal government has counted the green cards issued between 2005 and 2015 to migrants admitted through family preference, or as immediate relatives of migrants already admitted into the country in perhaps the fullest portrait of “chain migration” ever developed.
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Feds Plan Nationwide Operation Targeting Food Service Chain Over Undocumented Workers
Federal agents are planning to conduct a major worksite enforcement operation at a national food service chain in the coming weeks, according to an internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) document reviewed by The Daily Beast.
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DOJ files arrest warrant for illegal immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle case
The Department of Justice unsealed an arrest warrant Friday for Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, the illegal immigrant acquitted Thursday in Kate Steinle’s murder trial.
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Show Notes 02-11-16

Thursday Show 02-11-16

FBI statements on end of Oregon standoff
This is from Greg Bretzing, special agent in charge of the FBI in Oregon:
This morning the FBI took into custody the four remaining occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge without incident and without shots fired. Rev. Franklin Graham and Michele Fiore were at the checkpoint to meet the occupiers as they left their encampment.
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Cliven Bundy arrested en route to Oregon standoff
Cliven Bundy, the 74-year-old Nevada rancher who ignited a national firestorm in 2014 when he engaged in an armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management authorities, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to interfere with a federal officer while traveling to Oregon.
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Terror has arrived: official calls for San Bernardino employees to be armed
Two months after terrorists gunned down 14 unarmed San Bernardino county workers in a gun-free zone, one local official is calling for county employees to be permitted to carry guns at work and have access to weapons at county facilities.
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January Gun Sales Set Yet Another Record
The FBI conducted more gun-related background checks this January than in any other January since the system was created. With 2,545,802 checks processed through the National Instant Background Check System, January 2016 beat the previous record, set in January 2013, by 50,326 checks.
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Secret Service posts signs barring guns at White House
The Secret Service has posted signs at the White House notifying visitors that they cannot bring weapons onto the grounds, stating, “WARNING: Weapons Prohibited.”
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Federal judge rejects Texas attempt to block Syrian refugees
Texas hit a major setback on Monday after a federal judge rejected its efforts to block Syrian refugees from resettling in the Lone Star State.
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ILLEGAL ALIENS RECEIVED $750 MILLION IN OBAMACARE SUBSIDIES
A new Senate report found that around 500,000 illegal aliens received up to $750 million in Obamacare subsides as of June 2015 despite the law specifically excluding them from the subsidies.
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Border agent: We might as well abolish our immigration laws altogether
In a shocking reversal of policy, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are being told to release illegal immigrants and no longer order them to appear at deportation hearings, essentially a license to stay in the United States, a key agent testified Thursday.
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Homeschoolers face criminal charges for missing paperwork
Authorities in Ohio have filed criminal charges against homeschool parents in two families, with trials  later this month that could result in fines and jail time if convicted.Read more at
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Thursday Show 03-12-2015

Thursday show 03-12-15

Armed Patriots Stand Against Feds!!!
A story that wasn’t celebrated by the media – where no dignitaries cared to stand for a photo-op. instead American snipers would train their barrels on fellow Americans – Americans who chose to stand their ground and draw a line in the sand on Friday March 6th 2015… it was a rally for the right to bear arms.
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I Pencil
I am a lead pencil—the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
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Unions Sue Over Wisconsin Right-To-Work Law
Several unions filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging the constitutionality of a recent Wisconsin law which bans mandatory union dues as a condition of employment.
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NAACP battles Latino groups over push to open public schools for non-English speakers
A plan that would dedicate two public high schools in suburban Washington to immigrants and students struggling with English is pitting black and Hispanic communities -– usually allies — against one another.A plan that would dedicate two public high schools in suburban Washington to immigrants and students struggling with English is pitting black and Hispanic communities -– usually allies — against one another.
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Did UN food aid for Yemen go to the not so poor?
The United Nations World Food Program has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on food aid intended for the most desperately poor people in Yemen — but included not just impoverished households, but also some that  “belonged to the wealthiest” categories on a national social welfare scale, according to the agency’s own audit report.
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Show Notes 09/14/2014

Sunday Show 9/14/14
The untold story of The Star Spangled Banner
This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Not only our national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner was the flag that flew during the War of 1812 during the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the words that would become the famous song.
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Baseball movie brings Dads home
Little boys grow up with lots of heroes – caped crusaders in comic books, movie and music icons, teachers, uncles, grandfathers and sports stars, to name a few. But what about Dad? What would it take to make Dad a hero?
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Bundy says land is not owned by Feds
Controversial figure Cliven Bundy said Thursday a transfer of public land from federal to state control was unnecessary, on grounds that Nevada already has a right to most of the land. Many local officials advocate for such a transfer, but Bundy said you can’t ask for something you already own.
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Benghazi panel begins hearings with questions on US diplomats’ safety
The select Benghazi Committee holds its first open hearing Wednesday, employing broad congressional powers to try to answer lingering questions ranging from what led to the fatal 2012 terror strikes on a U.S. outpost in Libya to what is being done to better protect U.S. diplomats worldwide.
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‘It doesn’t make sense’: Concerns over enlisting DoD in Ebola response
The Obama administration’s decision to enlist the Defense Department in responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is raising concerns that the task is pulling the already-stretched military away from other missions, including vital counter terrorism operations.
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Heroic Marines hunted Taliban in the bloodiest battle
American military personnel are smarter and savvier than previous generations, but they share the same love for country and desire to take the fight to the enemy, according to Bing West, the tireless embed reporter who has chronicled the work of men and women in uniform throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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American shakedown: Police won’t charge you but they’ll grab your money
On its official website, the Canadian government informs its citizens that “there is no limit to the amount of money that you may legally take into or out of the United States.” Nonetheless, it adds, banking in the U.S. can be difficult for non-residents, so Canadians shouldn’t carry large amounts of cash.
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Public school receive mine resistant ambus protected vehicle
The police department for San Diego’s public schools recently revealed that they have acquired a large armored combat vehicle from the U.S. military. The $700,000 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP), which is designed to withstand blasts from improvised explosive devices and mines, was given to law enforcement for the Unified School District in April.
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Militia threatens to block traffic at international bridges
Law enforcement officials and city leaders from across the Rio Grande Valley are preparing for what they say could result in tense moments or violence. Officials say they received word that members of a militia are threatening to block ports of entry.
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I Pencil
I am a lead pencil—the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
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Wasted! Feds spend millions of tax dollars getting monkeys drunk
There’s a whole lot of drinking going on in the name of government science, and some watchdogs think it’s the American taxpayer who is getting hammered. Right now the National Institutes of Health is spending $3.2 million to get monkeys to drink alcohol excessively to determine what effect it has long term on their body tissue.
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Show Notes 04/24/14

Thursday Show 4/24/14
Don’t care what everyone is saying Mr. Bundy is not a racist!! He speaks truth!

Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy Makes Ridiculously Racist Comments, Says Blacks Might Have Been ‘Better Off’ As Slaves
“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro,” he said. Mr. Bundy recalled driving past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas, “and in front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there is always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch — they didn’t have nothing to do.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/cliven-bundy-racist-comments-slaves-ranch-2014-4#ixzz302sYQZ7j
The next Keystone? Natural gas project draws environmentalist ire
A liquefied natural gas facility in southern Maryland is generating intense criticism from environmental groups, in a fight that echoes the protracted battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Oregon company stopped from accepting, burning aborted fetuses to generate power
County commissioners gave final approval Thursday to an order to stop an incinerator in Oregon from receiving medical waste until procedures are in place to ensure no fetal tissue is burned to generate power.
Don’t Replace Fannie & Freddie, Conservative Leaders Urge Senators

Twenty-six leaders of conservative and free-market groups have signed a letter urging the Senate Banking Committee to reject a bill that would replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a similar government-sponsored enterprise (GSE).