Show Notes 04-08-2019

Monday show notes 04-08-19

Nielsen resigns as DHS secretary after White House meeting with Trump


Woman arrested at Mar-A-Lago had cash, signal detector in hotel room, prosecutors say

The Bering Sea Should Be Frozen Right Now. It Isn’t.

Beekeeper’s warm-weather warning: ‘Do not be frightened’ of swarming honeybees

Geologists discover a new hotspot in Yellowstone supervolcano that’s killing off trees in a patch of warm land the size of FOUR soccer fields

Show Notes 04-20-2018

Friday Show Notes 04-20-18

Let me tell you what President Trump is doing for my employees and my community
For those of us living in the real world (i.e., outside the Washington, D.C. Beltway), the recent media hyperventilation over Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt’s living and security arrangements is just a bunch of hot air.
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Looking for old Military buddies? here’s how to find them
The tool is called TruthFinder, and it is designed for people who need a more powerful search option than Facebook or LinkedIn. Let’s face it, your military buds are of an age where they have better things to do than hang around on social media.
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City suspends Jacksonville inspector over military flag flak
The city of Jacksonville, Florida has suspended a code inspector who sparked controversy Monday after she issued a warning citation to a Westside business over military flags and then was caught on surveillance video in a confrontation with a customer who objected to the citation.
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Thunderbirds Back in the Air After Deadly Crash
The Air Force Thunderbirds have resumed flight training following the death of fellow pilot Maj. Stephen “Cajun” Del Bagno, the team’s commander said Wednesday.
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Social services under fire for forced strip search on a 3 year old
Two forced strip-searches of a child by authorities at a Head Start program prompted by vague claims from an unreliable source could be considered child abuse, argues a friend-of-the-court brief urging the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to revive a lawsuit.
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Show Notes 01-27-2017

Friday Show 1-27-17
The man who went from prison to founding a state
Early in his career, Eugene of Savoy, under the command of Polish King Jan Sobieski, helped defeat 200,000 Muslim Turks on Sept. 11, 1683, thus saving the city of Vienna, Austria.
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Media Matters Says It Is Secretly Working with Facebook to Fight ‘Fake News’
Left-wing advocacy group Media Matters for America has been quietly working with social media giant Facebook to combat what the group describes as “propaganda” and “fake news,” internal documents reveal.
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Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic CEO Retires, Says Killing Babies “is Just No Fun Anymore”
After 15 years of running one of the Planned Parenthood abortion businesses’ top affiliates, the CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is retiring. Betty Cockrum recently said that running the abortion business is just no fun anymore.
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Nigeria: Babies used in suicide bombings, officials warn
Female suicide bombers in Nigeria are now carrying babies to avoid detection in their attacks, authorities warn. An attack in the town of Madagali on 13 January saw two women detonate their devices, killing themselves, two babies, and four others.
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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has temporarily suspended
refugee interviews overseas, according to a new report. The DHS’s decision to suspend staff trips to conduct the interviews effectively pauses future refugee admissions amid speculation that President Trump may drastically change U.S. refugee policy, Reuters said Thursday.
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US halts refugee resettlement interviews: report
President Donald Trump has a plan for controlling the number of Syrian refugees flooding into Europe. “I’ll absolutely do safe zones in Syria,” Trump told ABC’s David Muir Wednesday.
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Show Notes 09-24-2016

Saturday Show 9-24-16

Pope Francis calls out journalists: Does the media needlessly foster fear?
The Vatican’s Pope Francis has strived to be a voice of peace and unity on a continent struggling to deal with a refugee crisis. On Thursday he spoke out once again, this time against mass media, which he says has the power to shape the public’s response to that challenge.
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Muslim migrant boat captain who ‘threw six Christians to their deaths from his vessel because of their religion’ goes on trial for murder 
A boat captain from Cameroon murdered six passengers crossing from Morocco to Spain because they were Christian, prosecutors claim. The Muslim man, identified in court documents as Alain N. B, blamed the Christians for rough seas, 29 survivors testified.
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Netherlands: Muslim migrants attack locals in reign of terror across entire city
Shocking attacks have ripped through a quiet Dutch city as a mob of Turkish youths terrorised locals. The terrifying attacks have been filmed by the twisted gang of migrants around the city of Zaandam.
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DHS may leave known smuggling route into US unprotected
An active smuggling route at the U.S. southern border with Mexico will be largely abandoned by the government at the end of this month, an agent with U.S. Border Patrol has informed WND.
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NY town mourns 4 murdered teens and some blame Federal immigration
The village of Brentwood, on New York’s Long Island, is nearly 2,000 miles from the Mexican border, but with four dead teenagers, it has become a flashpoint in the debate over federal immigration policies and their possible links to gang violence.
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John Paul Jones was born in Scotland and was apprenticed in 1761 to a merchant. At thirteen years of age he began his career at sea, as a ship’s boy on the Friendship sailing between Britain and Virginia and the West Indies.
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Show Notes 11-22-15

Sunday show 11-22-15

Woman reunited with dog that vanished 7 years ago in Ohio
A Tennessee resident reunited with her dog that disappeared seven years ago from her old home in Ohio says she can’t even describe how happy she was to see her pet.
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Donald Trump on his Black Lives Matter heckler: ‘Maybe he should have been roughed up
A protester is removed by security as Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop. During a Sunday-morning interview, real-estate mogul Donald Trump expressed some support for his fans who reportedly punched and kicked a heckler the day before at a presidential-campaign rally.
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DHS: tracking missing refugee violates Constitutional rights
And the problems of refugees gone AWOL extend beyond the risks to national security. Corcoran, who authors the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog, said another problem has to do with health concerns.
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Schlafly: “Ship illegal out of US on trains
Phyllis Schlafly, an icon of the conservative movement who has been active for half a century, has a solution to save America and solve its illegal immigration crisis: Load ‘em up on trains and ship ‘em out.
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UAW unworried about blowback over German union cooperation
A top official with the United Auto Workers said Thursday that he is unworried about provoking more hostility from Republicans by creating a joint office with Germany’s largest union in Tennessee.
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Church of England fighting ban of ‘Lord’s Prayer’ film spot
The Church of England is threatening legal action over the rejection of a one-minute film featuring the Lord’s Prayer that it wanted to run before showings of the new Star Wars film that opens shortly before Christmas.
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Natalie Grant: Thankful to be called “Mommy”
I’ll never forget the day I was told my husband and I would never be able to conceive children naturally. I received a phone call from the doctor delivering the news moments before I was to take the stage at the famed Ryman auditorium in Nashville.
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Smithsonian Adds Transgender ‘Sex Worker’ to Civil Rights Exhibit
The taxpayer-funded Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery has added a photo of a transgender sex worker to its “Struggle for Justice” civil rights exhibit.
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This Day In History
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, is assassinated while traveling through Dallas, Texas, in an open-top convertible.
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This Day In History
On this day in 1783, John Hanson, the first president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation, dies in his home state of Maryland.
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Show Notes 05/-14-2015

Thursday show 05-14-15

Special Guest Alex Newman: co-author of Crimes of the Educators; how Utopians are using government schools to destroy America’s children
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Obama tells Prince William re-writing The Constitution is doable
I’ve never understood the American fascination for British royalty. Whenever any of the royal family visits the US, Americans react like we are still their subjects.
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DHS caught busing in illegal Somalis from Mexican border
The U.S. is bringing in 100,000 Muslims every year through legal channels such as the United Nations refugee program and various visa programs, but new reports indicate a pipeline has been established through the southern border with the help of the federal agency whose job it is to protect the homeland.
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FEC Panelists: ‘Dismantle Economic System’ and ‘Impose Quotas’ to Get More Women in Politics
Complaining about what they agreed was a lack of women’s participation in American politics, panelists on a forum held at the Federal Election Commission headquarters (FEC) in Washington on Tuesday suggested a number of solutions.
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Feds to return $107G they seized from NC business owner, attorneys say
The North Carolina business owner for months has been battling the federal government after IRS agents last fall seized $107,000 from him, under a controversial practice known as civil forfeiture. But his attorneys at the Institute for Justice announced Thursday that the IRS and Department of Justice have moved to dismiss the case and give him back his money.
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Show Notes 03-29-15

Sunday show 03-29-15

Taxpayers foot bill for union work, lawmakers seek changes
When he arrived on Capitol Hill in January, freshman Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., discovered something he had no clue was going on. Hundreds of federal employees spend their entire workday — not doing the business of the government, but working for their unions.
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Union renews call for armed TSA officers after New Orleans machete attack
The union representing Transportation Security Administration officers is renewing its call to let some agents carry guns, in the wake of another airport attack.
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Atlanta: We can control fired Chiefs speech
The city of Atlanta says it has “heightened powers to restrict speech as necessary to ensure efficient delivery of mandated services,” so its actions in dismissing Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran after he wrote and handed out a book about his Christian faith were proper.
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Put Me in: Craig T. Nelson Returning as Coach Fox in Sequel
Craig T. Nelson is getting back in the coaching game for NBC. The network said that it has ordered 13 episodes of a sequel to the 1989-97 ABC sitcom “Coach” that starred Nelson as Hayden Fox, head coach of a college football team.
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Ex-CFO who ripped Chick-Fil-A now on food stamps
A CFO who drew widespread condemnation after berating a Chick-fil-A employee in a video that went viral three years ago is out of work and on food stamps, according to a published report.
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DHS Secretary: ‘Thousands’ of Unaccompanied Children Still Crossing Into U.S.
Unaccompanied children crossing the southern border into the United States still number in the thousands, probably the tens of thousands, even though the percentages are lower, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told Congress on Thursday.
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Feds hide details of  Navy Seals shoot down
An attorney suing the CIA, Department of Defense and National Security Agency over the shoot down of the Extortion 17 helicopter mission hauling a quick-reaction force of Navy SEALs in Afghanistan in 2011 is asking a court to issue a contempt citation to the federal agencies.
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19 states that have ‘religious freedom’ laws like Indiana’s that no one is boycotting
Indiana has come under fire for a bill signed Thursday by Gov. Mike Pence (R) that would allow businesses to refuse service for religious reasons. The NCAA has voiced its concern ahead of Final Four in Indianapolis next week, there are calls to boycott the state, and Miley Cyrus has even weighed in, calling Pence a name that we can’t reprint on this family Web site in an Instagram post.
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