Show Notes 06-22-2018

Friday Show Notes 06-22-18

The person doxxing ICE employees is a professor at NYU
A New York University professor is the person responsible for creating a database of over 1,500 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees’ personal information and spreading it to Antifa.
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Italy refuses rescue ship carrying 224 migrants to dock: ‘[They] will only see Italy on a postcard’
Italy’s new hardline, anti-immigrant interior minister has refused port to a Dutch-flagged rescue ship carrying more than 200 migrants because it is now in Maltese waters.
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Facebook blocks ‘Trump Prophecy’ movie ads for being ‘political’
The producer of “The Trump Prophecy,” a faith-based film about a man who said he heard from God in 2011 that Trump would one day be president, says Facebook has “almost been abusive” in seeking information from the production company, which was just trying to place an ad on the site.
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Teenager becomes millionaire with healthy candy business
When Alina Morse was just 7 years old, she asked her dad the million dollar question: “Why can’t we make a healthy lollipop that’s good for my teeth so that I can have candy, and it wouldn’t be bad for me?” Today, at 13 years old, Morse is projected to make around $2 million in profits this year with her company Zollipop.
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Millennial’s moving out of Mom and Dad’s place, study shows.
If you have an adult child living at home, you could become an empty nester sooner than you thought.
The number of 18- to 34-year-olds living with parents last year edged down from 2016, according to new data from CoStar Group, a commercial real estate information company in New York.
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Hungary approves “STOP Soros” law, defying EU, rights groups
Hungary’s parliament on Wednesday approved a package of bills that criminalises some help given to illegal immigrants, defying the European Union and human rights groups.
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Pope: Abortion Same as Nazi Eugenics; Only Family is One Man-One Woman in Marriage
While answering questions after speaking to Italy’s Family Association on June 16, Pope Francis said that abortion today is no different morally than what the Nazis did with eugenics to try build a superior race, and he also explained that homosexual couples cannot create real families, that a real family is defined by one man married to one woman, with the marriage open to creating new life.
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Show Notes 11-18-2017

Saturday Show 11-18-17

The big list of 149 Trump accomplishments continued
North Korea: In August, the U.S. initiated a resolution in the U.N. Security Council establishing sanctions that would cut North Korea’s export revenue by a third. Another resolution passed Sept. 11 with new sanctions.
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IKEA glass tables are shattering spontaneously
People all over the country are complaining that their glass tables have shattered spontaneously, sometimes when there’s no one in the room. And even popular brands like IKEA are not immune.
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EU Countries Sign Up to New Europe-Wide Defense Cooperation Plan; NATO Unfazed
A majority of European Union countries have signed up to a plan to establish an E.U.-wide joint defense cooperative, in a bid to strengthen European unity and reduce dependence on NATO.
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WWII veteran calls for help and dies as nurses laugh, video shows
A hidden video from 2014 showed nurses laughing as a World War II veteran repeatedly called for help and died while in their care.
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Did Cuba just successfully invade Venezuela?
The island nation still has a failed economy — the small number of citizens who own cars tend to drive antiques — it has little influence on the international scene and relations with its northern neighbor, the U.S., are still strained at best.
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Show Notes 06-18-2016

Sunday show 6/18/17

Mexican brewery mocks Trump, depicts president as swastika-wearing mariachi
A Mexico City brewery named Casa Cervecera Cru Cru has debuted a beer that pokes fun at President Trump, depicting him as a sad mariachi musician on its label. The brewery’s caricature of Trump — which is prominently featured on the front of every bottle.
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Amazon granted a patent that prevents in-store shoppers from online price checking
Amazon’s long been a go-to for people to online price compare while shopping at brick-and-mortars. Now, a new patent granted to the company could prevent people from doing just that inside Amazon’s own stores.
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A MOVIE ABOUT ‘SAFE SPACES’ ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
Podcaster comedian Adam Carolla and author-talk host Dennis Prager are tackling the new concept on college campuses of creating “safe spaces,” meaning isolating students from ideas they find repugnant.
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TRANSGENDER ‘GIRL’ TRACK STAR WITH MUSTACHE CRUSHES FEMALE COMPETITORS
A 15-year-old young man who was born male and has the surging testosterone levels of a man – but still claims to identify as a woman – is crushing his female competitors in high-school track and field.
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UK, France Eye Large Fines for Internet Companies That Do Not Quickly Take Down Radical Content
Giant Internet companies could face large fines if they do not quickly remove online material that promotes terrorism and extremism, under a new joint plan announced by the British and French governments.
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NOW LOOK WHO’S IN HOT WATER FOR REFUSING REFUGEES
The European Commission has launched a process that could result in huge fines against Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic for refusing to comply with an order to admit foreign “refugees.”
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Judicial Watch Demands FBI Recover Records Allegedly Unlawfully Removed by Comey
In a warning letter sent to Acting FBI Director Andrew G. McCabe on Thursday, June 15, Judicial Watch demanded that the FBI recover memos that former FBI Director James Comey leaked to the media and allegedly unlawfully removed from the Bureau.
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Trump Signs Executive Order Expanding Apprenticeship Opportunities
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he’s signing an executive order to roll back regulations that prevent certain industries from creating apprenticeship programs.
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Obama’s 11th-Hour Education Regulations Worrying Experts
New education regulations initiated by former President Obama will go into effect this summer. This worries education experts. The regulations will make colleges and universities financially and legally vulnerable — and some colleges could shut down.
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Bill Cosby trial: Mistrial declared after jury deadlocks
The high-profile case accusing Bill Cosby of aggravated indecent assault ended in a mistrial Saturday after a Pennsylvania jury was unable to come to a unanimous decision.
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Show Notes 04-01-17

Saturday Show 4-1-17

Pennsylvania high school gives nearly 500 students suspension notices
More than 500 students at a Pennsylvania high school have been given suspension notices for skipping at least a week’s worth of classes. Officials at Harrisburg High School gave the notices to the students on Monday for accumulating too many unexcused absences.
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Wildflowers, dormant for years, bloom across California
Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California’s desert sands after lying dormant for years — producing a spectacular display that has drawn record crowds and traffic jams to tiny towns like Borrego Springs.
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Trump walks out on signing ceremony without actually signing order
President Trump walked out on his own Oval Office signing ceremony without actually signing his two executive orders on trade.
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APRIL FOOLS: KREMLIN OFFERS ‘ELECTION INTERFERENCE’
Need some election interference? The Russian Foreign Ministry is ready to help — or so it says on April Fools’ Day. On Saturday, the ministry posted on its Facebook page an audio file of the purported new automated telephone switchboard message for Russian embassies.
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GOP Protects Trump’s Tax-Return Privacy: ‘No Single Individual Has Ever Been Targeted in Such a Manner’
The House Ways and Means Committee voted 24-16 Tuesday against a Democrat resolution directing the U.S. Treasury Department to gather ten years of Donald Trump’s tax returns and other confidential financial information and then turn it all over to Congress.
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I’ll back Texas independence, EU’s Juncker warns Trump
“The newly elected US president was happy that the Brexit was taking place and has asked other countries to do the same,” European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said. However, he warned, “if he goes on like that I am going to promote the independence of Ohio and Austin, Texas, in the United States of America.”
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Brexit Leader Farage: European Union Just Lost Whatever Credibility they Had in the U.S.
The man behind Brexit, Nigel Farage, has called European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker a “complete and total idiot” after Juncker said he would support the independence of U.S. states in response to President Donald Trump’s support for Brexit.
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Brexit: Europe fears protecting itself from terrorism without UK’s expertise
A day after officials triggered the Brexit divorce proceedings European security experts said they worried about the prospect of protecting the continent without the UK’s policing expertise.
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ISRAEL TAKES BABY STEP TOWARD REBUILDING TEMPLE?
With June marking the 50th anniversary of Israel’s reunification of the capital city of Jerusalem along with the Temple Mount, the Israeli government is considering a proposal to create a new foundation responsible for providing “research, information and advocacy” about the Jewish connection to what many consider the holiest site in all of Judaism – the place where the Temple stood until A.D. 70.
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Bees! Bees! Rockies and Padres Hit the Deck as Swarm Hits Baseball Field
When a pack of bees swarmed the field, the Rockies and Padres didn’t seem to know what to do. So they hit the deck.
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April Fools’ Day snowstorm dumps up to 18 inches in New England
It’s April Fools’ Day but it’s no joke: People across northern New England woke up to a foot of heavy, wet snow on parts of the region Saturday and conducted weekend business as more fell throughout the day.
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Sanctuary cities free 253 illegal-alien criminals in 2 weeks
Law enforcement agencies in New York City declined 12 detainers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during the week of Feb. 4 to Feb. 10, according to ICE’s latest Weekly Declined Detainer Outcome Report.
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Friday Show 10-21-16

State Dept. releases Clinton’s misdated Benghazi schedule
State Department officials handed over Hillary Clinton’s schedules from the days surrounding the 2012 Benghazi, Libya, attack, revealing a mistake on the documents that might have helped to keep them hidden until this week.
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GOP announces unprecedented contempt resolution for Clinton tech firm
Rep. Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, said Thursday that his panel planned to hold the firm that managed Hillary Clinton’s email server in contempt of Congress, the first time he said his committee has ever taken such an “unprecedented” step to enforce a subpoena.
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Canada walks out on EU trade deal
Canada walked out of talks Friday meant to save a massive trade deal with the European Union, unable to break a deadlock with a small Belgian region that has been defying multinational efforts to have the pact signed next week.
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Anti-U.S. protesters demand action after violent police response
Hundreds of Filipinos protesting Friday outside the presidential palace burned a mock U.S. flag and asked President Rodrigo Duterte to punish police officers for brutally dispersing an anti-U.S. rally and ramming a van into some of the activists.
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Germans are leaving Germany
A growing number of Germans are abandoning neighborhoods in which they have lived all their lives, and others are leaving Germany for good, as mass immigration transforms parts of the country beyond recognition.
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Swedish city to offer returning Isis fighters housing and benefits in reintegration program
A programme to rehabilitate former Isis fighters and other extremists with housing, employment, education and financial support is being trialled in Sweden.
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Risk of ‘Mass Exodus’ of Doctors from Medicare
In what may be the most significant modification to Medicare since the program began in 1966, on Oct. 15, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final rule for implementing the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA).
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Show Notes 07-05-2016

Tuesday Show 7-5-16

Planned Parenthood Exec: ‘We Are the Front Line of Defense When it Comes to Battling Zika’
“We are the front line of defense when it comes to battling Zika,” Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Executive Vice President Dawn Laguens said Thursday at an event held to criticize Republican proposals to combat the virus.
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Dems plan more disruptions to press gun control
As Fox News reported, the Congressional Black Caucus sent out a memo asking group members “to be as disruptive … as possible” during House discussions, and press Speaker Paul Ryan to bring gun-control measures to the full floor for debate and vote.
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Gun Range Owner Has Facebook Page Blocked
A gun range owner in Houston has had his Facebook page blocked. He started having trouble with the social media giant after he advertised a free concealed handgun class for the LGBT community after the Orlando Islamic terrorist attack.
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REJECTED BY U.K., EUROPEANS TO SEEK ‘EMPIRE’?
Now that the European Union will be losing the United Kingdom as a result of the Brexit vote, concerns are growing that the E.U. is seeking to expand intercontinentally with the aim of establishing an “empire.”
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Refugees who cannot pay people smugglers ‘being sold for organs’
Migrants who are unable to pay people smugglers for their journey from Africa to Europe are killed for their organs, a former smuggler has said.
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ILLEGAL IN N. CAROLINA BOUGHT TEEN-GIRL SEX SLAVE
A man has been arrested and jailed under a $1,000,000 secured bond for keeping a 14-year-old girl as a slave. The girl had been purchased by Pasqual Mendez, 23, in Guatemala seven months ago and brought to North Carolina to cook, clean and perform sexual acts for him.
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New Mexico fire started by feds has rural residents devastated, angry
Residents of this tiny Mozano Mountain community were devastated when a fire last month scorched 18,000 acres and destroyed a dozen homes. When they learned it was started by the federal government, they were angry.
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Dozens shot in Chicago over holiday weekend, but police report drop in crime
The skyrocketing violent crime that’s plaguing the city of Chicago did not let up over the Fourth of July holiday. Fifty people were shot, including three children, and four people were murdered from Friday through Monday.
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Show Notes 06-28-16

Sunday Show 06-26-16

America’s Founders proclamations for fasting and prayer
In May, 1774, the British Parliament ordered an embargo of Boston to begin June 1. Immediately the Burgesses of Virginia passed a resolution protesting this act and setting aside the day of embargo to seek God with fasting and prayer.
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Obama Invites 18.7 Million Immigrants to Avoid Oath of Allegiance, Pledge to Defend America
Under the Obama administration’s expansive interpretation of executive authority,  legal immigrants seeking citizenship through the nation’s Naturalization process are now exempt from a key part of the Oath of Allegiance.
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Outrage over candidate’s ‘Make America White Again’ sign
A candidate for Congress  is under fire for a campaign sign highlighting his hope of making “America White Again.” The sign, which appeared over Highway 411 near Benton, Tenn., was placed there by independent candidate, Rick Tyler, who is currently running for Tennessee’s 3rd congressional district seat, WRCB-TV reported.
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Hospital boots abortionist in demonic baby killing rant
A California hospital has reportedly severed ties with an abortionist involved in a “demonic” confrontation with a pro-life activist, in which the doctor charged through the front doors of a medical facility while wielding a pair of scissors and proclaimed his “love” of tearing unborn babies apart in the womb.
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England’s Farage: ‘The EU’s Failing, The EU’s Dying, I Hope We’ve Knocked The First Brick Out of The Wall’
“An opinion poll in the Netherlands said that a majority there now want to leave,” said Nigel Farage in a speech today, covered by numerous media (and video here from RT).  “So we may well be close, perhaps, to a Nexit.
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Explosive new twist in idaho sex assault case
The Obama-appointed U.S. attorney for Idaho has taken the highly unusual step of intervening in a local criminal case involving an alleged sexual assault by juvenile Muslim migrants and threatened the community and media with federal prosecution if they “spread false information or inflammatory statements about the perpetrators.”
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One of two remaining airmen who flew in World War II ‘Doolittle Raid’ dies
One of the last two surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders — who bombed Japan in an attack that stunned that nation and boosted U.S. morale — has died in Montana, his family said.
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The Doolittle Raid, 1942
Once the shock of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor subsided, the focus of American military planners turned to retaliation – even if it was only symbolic. A few weeks after the attack, Lt. Colonel James H. Doolittle presented his superiors with a daring and unorthodox plan. B-25 bombers, normally land-based, would be transported by an aircraft carrier to within striking-distance of the Japanese mainland and launched to attack a number of cities.
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Pope Francis Sparks Another Controversy by Saying ‘Great Majority’ of Catholic Marriages Are Invalid
“The great majority of our sacramental marriages are null,” Pope Francis was quoted as saying last Thursday in an impromptu answer to a question on what the Catholic Church should do regarding the “crisis of marriage”, sparking another controversy over Catholic teaching.
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Bishop at Vatican Synod: ‘One Can Still Perceive the Smell’ of the ‘Smoke of Satan’ in Vatican DocumentReferencing Blessed Pope Paul VI’s statement in 1972 that “the smoke of Satan” had entered the Catholic Church, one of the leading archbishops at the Vatican’s ongoing synod (meeting) on the family, said the “smoke of Satan” tried to enter last year’s meeting on the family and now “one can still perceive the smell of this ‘infernal smoke’ in some items” of the working document the bishops are using in the current meeting.
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Can states separate politics from gun policy; California aims to try
Days before Democrats and Republicans in Congress traded verbal blows over four failed gun control amendments in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., the California Legislature voted to allot $5 million over five years to establish a state research center on gun violence.
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