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We start the show with a Prayer. Antifa is a terrorist group. Brian will explain Cryptocurrencies, what’s up with our schools and take this the food police.

Show Notes 08-12-2017

Saturday Show 8-12-17

Thomas Jefferson on guns
In 1785 Thomas Jefferson wrote to his fifteen-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, regarding what he considered the best form of exercise: “…I advise the gun.
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The Latest: Canada sends soldiers to migrant border crossing
Canada has sent about 100 soldiers to a remote spot on the Quebec-New York border where asylum seekers are crossing illegally.
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Judicial Watch sues Justice Department for Comey documents
Judicial Watch sued the Justice Department on Friday in an effort to obtain any non-disclosure agreements signed by former FBI Director James Comey.
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California billionaire ordered to restore public access to $32.5M beachfront property
A California court has ordered a billionaire to reopen access to a popular formerly public beach, creating an important precedent for public right-of-access cases across the country.
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‘Hero’ bus driver saves students before bus catches fire
Bus driver Teresa Stroble was wrapping up her morning route about 7 a.m. when a pair of 9th-grade students sitting in the back of the bus alerted her to smoke. She then turned the car into a nearby car wash, evacuated the kids in under one minute, just before the bus became engulfed in flames.
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You will get chipped — eventually
For now, Three Square Market, or 32M, hasn’t offered concrete benefits for getting chipped beyond badge and log-on stats. Munster says it was a “PR stunt” for the company to get attention to its product and it certainly succeeded, getting the small start-up air play on CBS, NBC and ABC, and generating headlines worldwide.
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Preschool teachers cause children to be heterosexual, peer-reviewed paper suggests
Why not suggest you can play house with two moms? A recent research paper suggests that preschool teachers are the reason most people identify as heterosexual.
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School bus companies across U.S. facing driver shortage
School transportation companies seek drivers year-round but put the pedal to the metal to hire for the start of the school year. This year, many school bus companies around the U.S. say they face a driver shortage.
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Virginia college student gets 100 days in jail for registering dead voters for Democrats
James Madison University student was sentenced to prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to registering dead voters for the Democratic Party during the 2016 election.
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A danger to public health? Uproar as scientist urges us to eat more salt
Public health experts in the UK have spoken out against a new book that claims many of us should be eating more salt, not less – claiming the advice could endanger people’s health.
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Official Who Met With Michelle Obama at WH Indicted for Stealing School Lunch Funds
A Los Angeles food services director who was invited to the White House by former First Lady Michelle Obama to share his tips for getting kids to eat healthy has been indicted for stealing $65,000 in public funds.
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Show Notes 06-14-15

Sunday show 06-14-15
Flag Day
Today is Flag Day! On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing a national Flag Day on June 14. Many Americans celebrate Flag Day by displaying the Red, White and Blue in front of homes and businesses.
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Flag Etiquette
Here are some facts about how to handle, and display the U.S. Flag. I concentrated on the areas that I have seen abused in the past, taken from 4USC6.
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Five myths about the American Flag
1. Betsy Ross made the first American flag.
The Betsy Ross story is the most tenacious piece of fiction involving the flag. There simply is no credible historical evidence — letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, bills of sale — that Ross (then known as Elizabeth Claypoole) either made or had a hand in designing the American flag before it made its debut in 1777.
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Baby born nearly 2 months after his mom declared brain dead leaves hospital
The infant son born of a brain-dead woman who was kept on life support so he could develop and survive has left an Omaha hospital.
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Zoo Animals Escape Amid Flooding in Former Soviet Republic
Severe flooding in the Georgian capital left at least 12 people dead Sunday and triggered a big-game hunt across the city for lions, tigers, a hippopotamus and other dangerous animals that escaped from Tbilisi’s ravaged zoo.
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‘Jurassic World’ Bites off Biggest Global Debut of All Time
Dinosaurs are anything but extinct at the box office. “Jurassic World,” the fourth film in the series, became the highest global opener of all time with a staggering $511.8 million in its first days in theaters. It also devoured a number of domestic box office records with a $204.6 million take, the Rentrak media-measurement company estimated on Sunday.
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Goodbye, Straw Poll—How the GOP Is Punishing Its Long-Shot Candidates
Between the death of the Iowa Straw Poll and a new, two-tiered debate system, Republican candidates who are struggling to break into the top tier of presidential hopefuls (such as Carly Fiorina or Rick Santorum) lost two key opportunities to build early momentum—and take aim at the contest’s front-runners—before voters started to cast primary ballots.
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Gitmo detainees sent to Oman signaling restart in transfers
Six detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention center, including two alleged Usama bin Laden bodyguards, have been transferred to Oman, the Pentagon said Saturday.
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Senator wants to take Jurassic pork off table for good
From a railroad theme park in Pennsylvania to a science center in San Francisco, a range of earmark projects have lived on long after the kind of earmarks that spawned them were banned, according to a new report released Thursday called “Jurassic Pork.” 
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Get Your Ground Beef Game in Gear
Pretty soon—like, this weekend — you’re going to fire up that grill and throw on a burger or four. So let’s talk ground beef.
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Show Notes 03-02-2015

Thursday show 03-02-15

April Fool’s Day
Although the day, also called All Fools’ Day, has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, its exact origins remain a mystery. Some historians speculate that April Fools’ Day dates back to 1582, when France switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar, as called for by the Council of Trent in 1563.
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China angered after U.S. fighter jets land in Taiwan
China’s Foreign Ministry expressed anger on Thursday after two U.S. fighter jets landed in Taiwan, in a rare official contact between the militaries of the United States and the self-ruled democratic island.
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China building ‘great wall of sand’ in South China Sea
China’s land reclamation is creating a “great wall of sand” in the South China Sea, a top US official says, leading to “serious questions” on its intentions.
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Scientists Say New Study Is A ‘Death Blow’ To Global Warming Hysteria
A new study out of Germany casts further doubt on the so-called global warming “consensus” by suggesting the atmosphere may be less sensitive to increases in carbon dioxide emissions than most scientists think.
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Another Global Warming skeptic gets suspended from Twitter
For the second time within two weeks, another global warming skeptic blogger has had his Twitter account suspended, this time repeating profanity used by a NASA climate scientist — and no the scientist did not get his account suspended.
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Political beef? Lawmakers worry red meat getting raw deal in new dietary guidelines
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are pushing back on proposed dietary guidelines they say wrongly downplay the benefits of lean red meat and advance an environmental agenda rather than promoting healthy choices based on “sound nutritional science.”
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Michelle Obama launches: find favor with farm pigs
First lady Michelle Obama – who’s been under fire for years for her lunch menu mandates at schools – may have found a new home for her foods of choice: an animal farm in New Mexico.Read more at Read More

FDA urged to fine drug makers over ads
Public Citizen sent a letter to the drug promotion overseer at the Food and Drug Administration urging it to pull ads for five Type 2 diabetes drugs because it claims the ads promote benefits that have not been approved by the agency.
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Why You Don’t Want to Owe Uncle Sam
With April 15th fast approaching, what if you don’t have the cash to pay your taxes? Should you consider delaying payment, or not filing taxes at all? The short answer is no – especially when it comes to failing to file your taxes on time.
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Show Notes 02-08-2015

Sunday show 02-8-15
The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
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INSIDE MASSIVE SHAKE-UP PLANNED FOR MSNBC
Formerly riding high at the No. 2 spot in cable news, MSNBC is now being sunk by double-digit declines that have “everything … on the table” as the network plots a turn-around.
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Red carpet rolls out for ‘God’s Not Dead’
Under the palm trees on a perfect, Los Angeles evening, a parade of stars strolled down the red carpet. Paparazzi flash bulbs lit the twilight sky. Reporters jockeyed for position to conduct their interviews. And everywhere, beautiful smiles and glamorous styles were on full display.
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States weigh turning education funds over to parents
A radical new concept in school choice will come up for vote in at least a half-dozen states from Virginia to Oklahoma in the coming months, as lawmakers consider giving hundreds of thousands of parents the freedom to design a custom education for their children — at taxpayer expense.
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West Feliciana teacher resigns amid accusations she kicked, slapped and berated a first-grader
West Feliciana Parish sheriff’s deputies issued an arrest warrant for the teacher, Chanel M. Lemelle, on Thursday on a count of cruelty to juveniles after a number of people told deputies that Lemelle struck the student inside the school’s cafeteria on Jan. 23. The incident also was captured by surveillance cameras.
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Shock claim: School grilled kids on parents’ views of ‘gays’
9A legal team already challenging a Lafayette, California, high school over its use of Planned Parenthood personnel – including a self-described “pleasure activist” and another who led demonstrations at a “sex toy porn shop” – to teach public school sex-education classes now is accusing school officials of allowing a “Queer Straight Alliance” to bully students.
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‘This is a tidal wave of revival taking place’
Nearly crushed under the press and paparazzi on the Hollywood red carpet Friday night, “Jesus” bore each flashbulb and barked question from reporters with the calm reserve of a man accustomed to being under fire from the media.
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Designs revealed for Iceland’s first pagan temple in 1,000 years
For the first time in 1,000 years a new pagan temple is being constructed in Iceland’s capital city that will house a shrine to the Norse gods Thor, Odin and Frigg.
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Dad Refuses to Give Up Baby With Down Syndrome
When he discovered his newborn son had Down syndrome, a New Zealand man living in Armenia was horrified not by the condition, but by the assumption that he wouldn’t want to keep little Leo.
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FOOD FIGHT: Lunch ladies say Michelle O’s rules driving kids to junk food
The School Nutrition Association, which represents 55,000 school food service professionals, is calling on Congress to pump the brakes on Michelle Obama’s school lunch restrictions.
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History of the Boy Scouts of America
W. D. Boyce was an American newspaper man and entrepreneur. According to legend, he was lost on a foggy street in London when an unknown Scout came to his aid, guiding him back to his destination.
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‘Scouting is nothing less than applied Christianity’
The Boy Scouts, being originally founded on Christian values, grew into the largest voluntary youth movement in the world, with membership over 25 million.
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