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 11-11-2017

Saturday Show 11-11-17

Veterans Day
Veterans Day is a holiday held every 11 November to honor all military personnel who have served in the U.S. armed forces. Veterans Day falls on a Saturday in 2017, with most states observing it on the preceding Friday.
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Nutella fans are fuming over recipe change
Nutella underwent a secret recipe change, and now fans are going nuts.
The change was first noticed by German consumer group, Hamburg Consumer Protection Centre, who revealed that Nutella now contains 8.7 percent powdered skimmed milk – up from 7.5 percent before – and has increased its sugar content from 55.9 percent to 56.3 percent.
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Judicial Watch Sues DOJ for Mueller Russian Special Counsel Budget
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) to release its information on the budget for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign.
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Millennials would prefer to live in a socialist country
More than four-in-ten U.S. millennials would prefer to live under socialism than capitalism, according to a new survey by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.
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Texas man honors shooting victims, carries 150-pound cross to Sutherland Springs
One man is making a 40-mile trek across Texas to deliver a massive cross to Sutherland Springs, where the deadliest shooting in the state’s history took place on Nov. 5.
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Antifa civil war on November 4 was really just a few protests against Trump
The afternoon of November 4 arrived in midtown Manhattan like any other Saturday. Families breezed in and out of shops and restaurants along Fifth Avenue. Couples chatted on benches in Central Park, enjoying the crisp autumn air.
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Exposed! Antifa’s intent for Americans
Members of “antifa” suddenly are everywhere. From shutting down conservative speakers on campus to organizing nationwide protests to “drive out the Trump/Pence regime,” the masked and violent black-clad extremists are constantly in the headlines.
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Las Vegas shooting: News organizations file lawsuits alleging officials are violating public records law
Several news organizations have filed lawsuits urging officials to release more information about the Las Vegas shooting, claiming they are violating public records law by keeping many of the details a secret.
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Las Vegas shooting: Officer fired weapon in Paddock’s suite, sheriff says
A Las Vegas police officer accidentally fired his gun in Stephen Paddock’s suite the night of the mass shooting, the department’s sheriff said Monday, breaking more than two weeks of silence and confirming for the first time that an officer fired his weapon during the Oct. 1 incident.
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Las Vegas shooting: Mandalay Bay security guard reportedly back to work
Jesus Campos, 25, had been staying at an MGM Resorts International property since the massacre, which left 58 people dead, occurred Oct. 1. He was still staying at the hotel at the company’s expense as of Tuesday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
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Show Notes 03-17-2017

Friday Show 3-17-17

President Trumps first 50 days of action
JUMPSTARTING JOB CREATION: President Donald J. Trump is looking out for the American workers who Washington has left behind. President Trump has worked with the private sector to deliver tens of thousands of new jobs for Americans.
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Google hopes to improve search quality with ‘offensive’ flag
Google is trying to improve the quality of its search results by directing review teams to flag content that might come across as upsetting or offensive.
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Rep. Luis Gutierrez arrested after protesting ICE headquarters in Chicago
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., was briefly arrested on Monday after protesting President Trump’s immigration policy at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Chicago.
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Preet Bharara proved Trump right: Glenn Reynolds
In the excellent Paul Newman legal thriller, Absence of Malice, Wilford Brimley faced a misbehaving Justice Department prosecutor who refused to resign. He fired him.
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PRINCIPAL RECRUITS STUDENTS FOR SECRET ‘GAY’ CLUB
Faculty and staff members at a charter school in Sandpoint, Idaho, set up a clandestine student “gay” club, recruited students for it and concealed their activism from the affected students’ parents apparently in violation of federal law, according to letter from the nonprofit legal organization Liberty Counsel.
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Here is Rand Paul’s Obamacare replacement, which is far superior to Paul Ryan’s Rinocare
Rinocare, being nothing more than a steaming pile of Obama Light, must die a quick death, although its chief proponent Paul Rino is doing all he can to shove it down the throats of the American people. There is an alternative plan, written by physician legislator Rand Paul, that is the best alternative I have seen.
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Graphene layer lets solar panels generate energy from raindrops
Researchers in China have developed Graphene solar panels that can generate energy from raindrops. The solar panels with a respectable 6.53 percent solar-to-electric conversion efficiency allows generation of power during periods of clouds and rain.
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OH MY GOD! Look What 2 Secret Service Agents Did To Trump’s 8 Yr Old Grandson WHILE HE SLEPT!
This is seriously disturbing! Two Secret service agents hired during the Obama presidency are now under investigation for participating in disturbing behavior with Trump’s 8 year old grandson.
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President Trump no longer safe in White House: Former Secret Service agent
The president is no longer safe on the White House grounds, according to former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, who once guarded presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
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Secret Service laptop stolen in New York
“The U.S. Secret Service can confirm that an employee was the victim of a criminal act in which our Agency issued laptop computer was stolen,” the agency said in a statement Friday. “An investigation is ongoing and the Secret Service is withholding additional comment until the facts are gathered.”
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Hollywood actor would like to assassinate Trump
Michael Savage’s comment this week after being assaulted at a restaurant that it’s “open season” on Trump supporters applies to the president himself.
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Show Notes 08-11-2016

Thursday Show 8-11-16

Citizenship Through Parents
There are two general ways to obtain citizenship through U.S. citizen parents, one at birth and one after birth but before the age of 18.  The term “parents” includes:  the genetic father, the genetic mother, and the non-genetic gestational mother, if she is the legal parent at the time of birth under the law of the relevant jurisdiction.
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‘After School Satan’ Clubs To Be Offered to Schools
“The Satanic Temple (TST) has announced that this coming school year (2016) will find their organization operating in elementary schools across the nation where they will be offering their new After School Satan Club program to students,” a TST press release says.
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Exit plan: University boss installs escape hatch following student protests
Nicholas Dirks, the school’s chancellor, installed a $9,000 escape hatch in a hallway outside his office to “provide egress” if potential student protesters descend on the administration building, according to the campus newspaper, The Daily Californian.
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Roy Moore suspended from office: Alabama chief justice faces removal over gay marriage stance
For the second time in his career, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore faces charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and potential removal from office.
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Gay Hookup Ads on DC Metro ‘Conform with Our Board-Approved Ad Policy’
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) in Washington, D.C. is currently running an advertisement for Squirt.org, an app that helps homosexuals find hookup partners. But the WMATA  refuses to run religious or political ads.
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DOJ Bills JW $50k to Search for Nonexistent Records about Anti-Terrorism Coalition Launched by AG Loretta Lynch
So much for the public’s (free) right to know about government decisions and actions—the Department of Justice (DOJ) has slapped Judicial Watch with a startling $50,000 bill to search for public records the agency claims don’t exist.
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BAR Association targets Christians for discrimination
The American Bar Association has adopted a new rule it says will crack down on discriminatory conduct in the legal profession, but conservative critics warn the real goal is to silence views contrary to the group’s liberal orthodoxy on gender identity and sexual orientation and drum attorneys who hold those views out of business.
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Religious Liberty Expert: Uninformed Educators Are Mistakenly Suppressing Students’ Religious Rights
Educators in the nation’s public schools are mistakenly suppressing their students’ constitutionally-protected religious rights because they are afraid of doing something wrong, a religious liberty expert said at a a Family Research Council (FRC) event in Washington on Monday.
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Show Notes 05-26-2016

Thursday Show 05-26-16

The Answer to TSA incompetence is less government
The Transportation Security Administration has become infamous over the years for things that it doesn’t allow on planes. Consider these examples of the Keystone Cops in action.
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New roots, old lies
Starting on Memorial Day Weekend, A&E Networks will unleash a four-part, eight-hour production of “Roots,” a revisiting of the 1977 mini-series based on the Alex Haley book of the same name.
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The scandal in Washington  that no one is talking about
The deadly-but-forgotten government gun-running scandal known as “Fast and Furious” has lain dormant for years, thanks to White House stonewalling and media compliance.
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Texas judge rebukes DOJ lawyerd for being intentionally deceptive
U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen strongly rebuked Department of Justice (DOJ) attorneys last week for being “intentionally deceptive” during a controversial amnesty case heard in his Brownsville, Texas courtroom.
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Ryan Says House Republicans Aim to End ‘Executive Overreach’
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) unveiled what he called the Republicans’ “policy agenda” for 2017 on Wednesday, including a plan to regain the legislative power granted to Congress in Article One of the U.S. Constitution.
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Governor makes ‘Blue Lives Matter’ bill law
Louisiana became the first state to make violence against police a hate crime after Gov. John Bel Edwards, the son of a sheriff, signed a bill into law Thursday.
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NASA Valkyrie robots set table for human life on Mars
Four sister robots built by NASA could be pioneers in the colonization of Mars, part of an advance construction team that sets up a habitat for more fragile human explorers. But first they’re finding new homes on Earth and engineers to hone their skills.
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How the Air Force’s ‘space fence’ will keep American satellites safe
The United States is building a space fence. But the first thing to understand about the space fence is that it’s not actually a fence — it’s radar. And when it’s operational, pulsing up from an atoll in the Pacific, it will be able to track objects in space that are softball-sized, the Air Force says.
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The Bomber continues to fly high after 100 years
In February Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James revealed the first concept image of the futuristic B-21 long range bomber, which will be built by Northrop Grumman. Previously known as the Long Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B), it will be the U.S. military’s first bomber of the 21st century.
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Show Notes 05-05-2016

Thursday Show 05-05-16 

Seattle May Day protests marred by Molotov cocktails, violence
May Day protests in Seattle turned violent on Sunday, as protesters lit fireworks and threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, Seattle Police said.
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Green Beret who tackled Afghan child rapist won’t have to leave the Army
The U.S. Army has reversed a decision to expel a decorated Green Beret for beating up an Afghan military officer who repeatedly raped a boy he kept chained to his bed.
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Armed Services Committee Rejects Amendment to Allow Abortions at Military Facilities
The House Armed Services Committee voted down an amendment Wednesday evening that would have allowed “service members and their dependents to receive abortion services at defense medical facilities (MTFs) if they personally provide funding.”
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Five years after Usama bin Laden’s death, new info — and a new nemesis
Five years ago, Rob O’Neill chomped on a sandwich watching television at Bagram Airfield. Usama bin Laden’s dead body lay on a table next to him.
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NC Gov. on DOJ Claim That Bathroom Law Violates Civil Rights Act: Privacy Around the Nation ‘Now in Jeopardy’
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued a statement on Wednesday after receiving a letter from the Department of Justice (DOJ) informing him that HB2, the law he signed requiring state employees to use bathrooms and other public facilities according to their biological sex, violates the Civil Rights Act.
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USDA And EPA To Help Communities Use Internet to ‘Improve Walkability’
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have announced five communities that will participate in their Cool And Connected broadband internet program to “revitalize downtowns, diversify local economies, and improve walkability.”
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Gov’t Buys $4K Inflatable Smokey Bear Costume
The Department of the Interior has awarded a contract for a 10-foot inflatable WalkAround ‘Smokey Bear’ costume for $4,999.
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FDA Launches $35.7 Million LGBT Anti-Smoking Campaign
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have just launched an anti-tobacco campaign focused on young adults who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
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Stiff Fines Proposed For EU Members That Refuse to Admit Asylum Seekers
Under a new proposal by the European Commission (EC), members of the European Union (EU) would be fined 250,000 euros ($285,000 USD) for every asylum seeker from the Middle East and North Africa they refuse to accept from a fellow EU country.
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Londoners Look Set to Elect a First-Ever Muslim Mayor Despite ‘Extremism’ Controversy
As a tumultuous, often sharp-edged campaign comes to a close, polls predict that residents of the British capital will elect human-rights lawyer Sadiq Khan as their first Muslim mayor on Thursday.
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DOD: ‘Largest Group’ of U.S. Forces in Iraq There as ‘Security Protection for Advisers and Assisters’
President Obama has sent a growing number of troops to Iraq to protect the relatively small number of American advisers and assisters he deployed in the first place to help the Iraqis fight Islamic State terrorists.
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Show Notes 03-10-2016

Thursday Show 03-10-16

House Natural Resources Chairman: EPA’s Removal of Gold Mine Plug Was ‘Done On Purpose’
The chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources stated that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) removal of a natural plug sealing the Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado last August was “done on purpose,” challenging Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to retract her previous testimony that the resulting blowout was “an accident.”
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RANCHER JAIL-BOUND FOR SPRAYING MOSQUITOES
An 81-year-old Colorado rancher who waged war on mosquitoes after his wife nearly died from West Nile virus has launched a last-minute fight against going to jail this week for spraying pesticides that wafted over his neighbors’ organic farm.
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DOJ explores action against climate change deniers
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday that she has explored ways to “take action” on turning climate-change denial into a federal crime.
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BREAKING: NOAA Releases New Data, 50 Years of Lies Just Got OBLITERATED
Liberals and global warming theorists would love to have all of us believing the earth is warming at a rapid rate and we are the cause of it. They want to blame our “carbon footprints” for the melting of the polar caps and have tried relentlessly for decades to push this agenda as a reason to ration energy production and consumption and generally control every act of our lives.
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Benghazi victim’s mom: Hillary needs to tell me the truth!
During an interview on the FOX Business Network’s Intelligence Report with Trish Regan, Patricia Smith, the mother of one of the Benghazi victims, responded to Hillary Clinton’s comments during the latest Democratic debate.
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Gun industry wants looser rules on silencers
The U.S. gun industry is trying to shake off the Hollywood hitman image of the gun silencer and rebrand it as a hearing-protection device in a campaign to roll back regulations that date to the 1930s.
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This is what saved Philadelphia from Indian attacks
Admiral Sir William Penn of Britain fought the Dutch navy in the First Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-54. He captured Jamaica from the Spanish in 1655. He helped restore Charles II to the British throne.
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