Show Notes 02-07-2019

Thursday show notes 02-07-19

Florida Gov. DeSantis Issues 1-Year Deadline to Eliminate All ‘Vestiges’ of Common Core
https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/02/05/florida-gov-desantis-issues-1-year-deadline-to-eliminate-all-vestiges-of-common-core/

Guantanamo prison looms as option as IS fight ends
https://apnews.com/2efe302d21a6445db97a3fba3ff0eb86

Sen. Rand Paul Backs Trump on Syria, Afghanistan: ‘We Must Stop Our Endless Wars’
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/dimitri-simes/sen-rand-paul-backs-trump-syria-afghanistan-we-must-stop-our-endless-wars

US blocks Security Council criticism over Israel’s decision to remove observers from Biblical city of Hebron
https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-blocks-security-council-criticism-over-israels-decision-to-kick-out-observers-from-biblical-city-of-hebron

Cannabis Is A Safe, Effective Treatment For Autism In Young Children, Study Finds
https://www.studyfinds.org/cannabis-safe-effective-treatment-autism-young-children/

“Progressive” Attacks on Capitalism Were Key to Hitler’s Success
https://mises.org/library/progressive-attacks-capitalism-were-key-hitlers-success

Another Democrat Banishes God When Swearing in Witnesses
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/another-democrat-banishes-god-when-swearing-witnesses

Trump at National Prayer Breakfast: ‘We Must Build a Culture That Cherishes … Innocent Human Life’
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/melanie-arter/trump-national-prayer-breakfast-we-must-build-culture-cherishes-innocent

DUTCH SOCCER FANS ARRESTED FOR CHANTING ‘JEWS BURN BEST’
https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Antisemitism/Dutch-soccer-fans-arrested-for-chanting-Jews-burn-best-579825

Doctors Thought a Woman Was Having a Panic Attack. She Actually Had Rabies
https://www.livescience.com/64425-rabies-yoga-retreat-india.html

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 10-07-2016

Friday Show 10-7-16

Exclusive: Dozens of Afghan troops AWOL from military training in U.S.
The Afghan army has occasionally been infiltrated by Taliban militants who have carried out attacks on Afghan and U.S. troops, but such incidents have become less frequent due to tougher security measures.
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ISIS hunts for cats in Mosul after council issues fatwa
Al Sumaria News stated, “The so-called Islamic State’s Central Fatwa Committee issued a fatwa (Islamic legal decree) prohibiting the breeding of cats inside houses in Mosul.”
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The Montana Common Core Standards
The Montana Board of Public Education’s adoption of the Montana Common Core Standards (MCCS) was independent, voluntary and not required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) or any other federally-funded program.
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Russia launches massive nuclear war training exercise with ’40 million people
The Russian government has launched a nationwide civil defence training exercise to ensure the country is properly prepared in the event of a nuclear, chemical and biological attack from the West.
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Russia’s Lavrov Hopes Those Pushing for U.S. Military Strikes in Syria Won’t Prevail
Amid deepening U.S.-Russia tensions over the crisis in Syria, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday that Moscow hopes those in Washington pushing for attacks against the Assad regime will not prevail.
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Feds: Because of Climate Change ‘We Will Have to Say Goodbye’ to Lady Liberty
The Department of Interior’s blog stated Thursday that the biggest threat to seven of the most iconic landmarks in the United States is climate change.
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EPA launches Arc X one stop climate change adaptation website
The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday launched a new website, the Adaption Resource Center or ARC-X, to help leaders of “the nation’s 40,000 communities with information and tools to increase resilience to climate change.”
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Show Notes 10-02-2016

Sunday Show 10-2-16

DHS rushing to steal Americans sovereignty ahead of election
With the November elections fewer than 40 days away, the Department of Homeland Security is approving as many citizenship applications as it can to try to increase the number of voters.
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Trump: ‘Common Core Will Be Ended, and Disadvantaged Children’ Will Go to the School of Their Choice
In a campaign speech in Bedford, N.H., GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said Thursday that in his administration, Common Core state educational standards will be ended, and disadvantaged kids will be able to choose what school they want to go to.
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Feds raid farmers’ market, order food destroyed
Federal agents have raided a farmers’ market in Gillette, Wyoming, ordering one seller to destroy his homemade chili or have it confiscated, even though the product was fully legal under a state law that has been described as an economy-boosting “giant cottage foods bill.”Feds raid farmers’ market, order food destroyed.
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102-year-old St. Louis woman checks ‘arrest’ off bucket list
As the police cruiser pulled up to the 5 Star Senior Center in South St. Louis, it wasn`t public enemy number one inside, but number 102.
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Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah occurs on the first and second days of Tishri. In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means, literally, “head of the year” or “first of the year.” Rosh Hashanah is commonly known as the Jewish New Year.
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Jewish history in North America
In North America, the recorded Jewish history there begins in 1654 with the arrival in New Amsterdam (later to be known as New York) of 23 Jewish refugees from Recife, Brazil (where the Dutch had just lost their possessions to the Portuguese).
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Pope presses Georgian Orthodox agenda despite Mass absence
Pope Francis’ efforts to improve relations with the Georgian Orthodox Church suffered a public setback Saturday after the patriarchate decided not to send an official delegation to his Mass and repeated that Orthodox faithful cannot participate in Catholic services.
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YouTube blocked trailer for Christian movie ‘I’m Not Ashamed’ for months, film execs say
Producers of the Christian film “I’m Not Ashamed” have been embroiled in a battle with YouTube after the video sharing site took down their film’s trailer with no explanation.
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‘Gravely sinful acts’: Edmonton archbishop defends no funerals in assisted deaths
Edmonton Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith is defending the church’s decision to refuse funerals to some Albertans who have chosen assisted dying.
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‘Family Unit’ Apprehensions Up 97% on U.S.-Mexico Border; Unaccompanied Children Up 52%United States Border Patrol apprehension of “family units” on the U.S.-Mexico border was up 97% in the first eleven months of fiscal 2016 (October 2015 through August 2016) compared to the same period in fiscal 2015.
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The Parson who wasn’t afraid to go to war
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven,” preached Rev. John Peter Muhlenberg, from the book of Ecclesiastes 3:1.
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Show Notes

Thursday Show 05-02-16

1 percenters pay 24 percent and top 10 percents pay 533 percent of federal taxes
Ever since President Obama started running for president in 2007, there has been a debate about how much tax rich Americans pay and whether they should pay more.
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Illegal immigration skyrockets in past 2 years
Illegal immigration has exploded 57 percent in less than two years, with at least 550,000 new illegals entering the U.S. in a trend that is set to continue growing, according to new Census data.
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Rep. Henry Cuellar: ‘The Border Is Safer Than Washington, D.C.’
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) told C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” on Thursday that the U.S.-Mexico border is safer than the nation’s capital. “The border is safer than Washington, D.C. The murder rate here might be three to four murders per 100,000. Where you and I work in Washington, D.C., I believe it’s 15.9 murders per 100,000, so it’s a lot safer here than where we work in Washington, D.C.” Cuellar said, speaking from Laredo, Texas.
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No National Honor Society honors for Plano Senior High grads
National Honor Society (NHS) stoles are frequent sight at high school graduation ceremonies around the country, but one Plano Senior High School student is frustrated that he won’t be allowed to wear one when he puts on his cap and gown next month.
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Case against Homeschool criminals dismissed
A judge in Ohio has agreed to dismiss criminal charges against homeschooling parents who forgot to file required paperwork after the local prosecutor asked for the dismissal.
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Homeschool your way out of Common Core
Common Core is the educational standards program that everyone loves to hate – except the people who set policy for America’s public schools. That’s one reason why more parents are opting to homeschool instead.
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This is the strongest retrograde force in the world
One of three presidents to marry in office and the only president to wed on White House grounds, Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom and together they had five children.
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‘YOUR TIRED, YOUR POOR, YOUR MURDERING SCUM …’
Over the last week or so, news outlets have reported on aspects of the Obama administration’s attempts to deposit as many foreign criminal and culturally bankrupt miscreants as possible within the borders of the United States.
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Muslim immigrant attacks Flag waving American family
A family in Lawrenceville, a suburb of Atlanta, said they were attacked by an unknown Muslim woman wearing a full burqa simply because they were flying an American flag for Memorial Day.
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Boykin bounced: Fort Riley cancels Delta Force hero’s prayer breakfast speech
A Kansas military base abruptly canceled an upcoming prayer breakfast that featured retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin after complaints were lodged that Boykin is anti-Muslim and anti-gay.
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Show Notes 10-18-2015

Sunday show 10-18-15

Refugees surprised by polar bear when attempting to jump into back of truck
A group of refugees attempting to reach the United Kingdom got a surprise when they attempted to board a truck and discovered a polar bear inside.
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NAACP says Roy resident’s hanged man Halloween decoration is racially insensitive
A Utah man says he won’t take down a hanged man decoration that’s part of his annual Halloween display, despite a complaint from the NAACP that the decoration simulates the lynching of African-Americans.
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Big banks to American company’s: “We don’t want your money.”
State Street Corp., the Boston bank that manages assets for institutional investors, for the first time has begun charging some customers for large dollar deposits, people familiar with the matter said. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., the nation’s largest bank by assets, has cut unwanted deposits by more than $150 billion this year, in part by charging fees.
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“The Harbinger Man” changes even Washington
“The Harbinger Man” Jonathan Cahn’s message has been delivered to Washington and in Washington multiple times. It’s been handed out in Congress and it’s been thundered from a podium in Statuary Hall.
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Benghazi investigator tells GOP lawmakers to ‘shut up’ on probe
The Republican chairman of the congressional panel probing the Benghazi tragedy is telling his GOP colleagues to “shut up” about the committee’s work because most of them know very little about what the panel is doing.
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Illinois Army vet 75 saves 16 kids from knife wielding teen
A former Army vet is recovering from stab wounds after putting himself between 16 terrified children and a knife-wielding teen determined to kill at an Illinois public library this week.
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DOJ Official Praises the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Work in Combating Domestic Terrorism
 John Carlin, the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) assistant attorney general for National Security, announced on Wednesday that the DOJ is creating a new position of domestic terrorism counsel to combat the “real and present threat” of domestic extremism.
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Indiana top cop to Obama: I won’t register guns
Sheriff Brad Rogers, the top-ranking law enforcement official for Elkhart County, Indiana, said during a panel appearance on WNIT’s “Politically Speaking” segment that he wouldn’t abide government orders to register weapons from private citizens within his jurisdiction, no matter what President Obama presses.
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Common Core-aligned writing lesson on gun debate fuels claims of political agenda
Common Core backers are sneaking a social and political agenda into nationalized curriculum, say critics, who now have new ammo in a writing lesson plan for teachers that they say gives a slanted perspective of the gun debate.
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MT students celebrate as school drops Michelle O’s lunch rules
Montana’s Bozeman High School is proving schools can serve students nutritious meals they’ll love without Michelle Obama’s guiding hand.
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Student criticism of Jefferson shouldn’t be ‘taken seriously’
Inspired by the successful removal of a Jefferson Davis statue at the University of Texas, a few students at the University of Missouri are demanding administrators take down a campus statue of Thomas Jefferson.
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Show notes 06-28-2015

Sunday show 06-28-15
Boy giving water bottles to police and other acts of kindness go viral amid chaos
In the wake of the wreckage that brought the city to its knees, some members of the community pitched in to clean up, assist law enforcement and rebuild. From a child handing water to police officers and a mom literally fighting to save her son to men shielding officers from angry mobs, these are the moments that brought hope to a damaged community.
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Boehner got 5 million, Ryan 2 million, McConnell 9 million, any doubt why TPA passed
The politicians like to keep the money trail brushed as clean of their footprints as possible, to make it less blatantly obvious that they are exchanging votes for “campaign” cash. Money talks in DC. In our current government it is the only language other than Orwellian double speak which is understood.
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What This New Study Just Revealed About The Impact Of Electric Cars Will Have Liberals Sobbing
Vehicles powered by electricity have quickly moved from occupying a fringe segment in the industry to commanding unparalleled attention and consumer interest. While much of this success has been due to the innovations introduced by Tesla and other companies, the federal government has sweetened the pot for potential buyers by offering a $7,500 subsidy on each electric car purchased in the U.S.
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If they are white kill-em all; flag desecrator issues murderous manifesto
A man who first made national news when a female veteran stopped his protest from stomping on an American flag is now threatening to kill police officers who try to arrest him. Eric Sheppard of Valdosta State University rose to infamy after video surfaced of Playboy playmate and Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart grabbing the flag from him and held it until she was arrested by police.
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Swat team raids family home and kills their dog over an unpaid utility bill
A SWAT team raided a family home and killed their dog because they were unable to pay their natural gas bill, according to a federal lawsuit filed this month.
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Kids create salt black markets in cafeterias due to Michell Obamas lunch rules
Children are creating their own black markets to trade and sell salt due to First Lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules. During a hearing before the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education, chaired by Rep. Todd Rokita (R., Ind.), a school administrator told Congress of the “unintended consequences” of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
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California school backtracks on Common Core opt out of punishment
A California high school where a majority of juniors opted out of Common Core testing has backed off of plans to ban the students from using the school’s parking lot and from taking part in senior class activities after parents and education groups raised a fuss.
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City fixes failing grades for high school students
How do you fix a failing high school? Change the grades.
Under pressure to boost student achievement, the state-designated “out of time” Automotive HS in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, has resorted to rigging Regents exam scores.
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2,666,000 Words: FDA Rules Issued Under Obama Twice the Length of Bible
Since President Barack Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued 545 new final regulations, equaling 2,666 pages in the Federal Register and totaling approximately 2,666,000 words, according to a count of the regulations published in the Federal Register.
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USDA Expands $500 Million Summer Meals Programs to Sites Outside of School
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the expansion of its summer meal programs beyond the $500 million of taxpayer dollars used to pay for last year’s effort, with a goal of serving an unprecedented 200 million meals to “children” 18 or younger, not only on school campuses, but at other sites, including at home.
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