Show Notes 05-27-2017

Saturday Show 5-27-17

William Lawson Grant, Professor of Colonial History at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, wrote in the introduction to “Voyages and Explorations” (Toronto, The Courier Press, Limited, 1911, A.S. Barnes Company): “The history of Western Civilization begins in a conflict with the Orient, a conflict of which it may be the end is not yet.
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He plowed his field; now he faces a $2.8 million fine
Duarte sued the Army Corps and the state, alleging they violated his constitutional right of due process by issuing the cease and desist orders without a hearing. The U.S. Attorney’s Office counter-sued Duarte Nursery to enforce the Clean Water Act violation.
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Able-Bodied Required to Work Under Trump’s New Food Stamp Reform?
President Donald Trump’s newly released budget contains a proposed food stamp reform, which the left has denounced as a “horror” that arbitrarily cuts food stamp benefits by 25 percent.
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One-third of American 8th graders think Canada is a dictatorship, report reveals
The days of politically frustrated Americans declaring “That’s it, I’m moving to Canada!” could soon be coming to an end — at least among teenagers who value freedom and equality.
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Hillary Gets Choked Up At Wellesley Commencement — Blames Allergies
Hillary Clinton struggled to speak shortly after beginning her speech at the Wellesley College commencement ceremony Friday. A college official rushed to deliver her a lozenge and water bottle as she choked on her words.
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The Royal American Regiment
During the struggle between France and Britain for control of North America, in the conflict known to Americans as the French and Indian War, the British forces had met with some early disasters that made it clear that some new military units with special skills would be needed to fight this war.
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Show Notes 08-07-2016

Sunday Show 8-7-16

Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Will Register Voters in One Room, Abort Them in Another
In one of Planned Parenthood’s newest disturbing schemes, women now can both register to vote and have their unborn babies aborted in its facilities across the country.
Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Will Register Voters in One Room, Abort Them in Another
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Theses states added work requirements for food stamp recipients, here’s how its working out
Several states have grappled with welfare reform. A few states that have incorporated work requirements have seen encouraging outcomes that should provide a blueprint for greater welfare reform efforts nationwide.
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Cash for Compliance? ABC15 uncovers surprise about group flooding Valley with ADA lawsuits
They call themselves Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities – AID for short.
On its website, videos show AID giving out things like a special therapeutic brace, a scooter, and a window air conditioning unit.
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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams explain why Muslims turn to terrorism
The first countries to declare war on the newly formed United States were the Muslim Barbary States of North Africa….From 1783, until the Presidency of George Washington in 1789, the newborn Republic had no strong central authority, and that is when the Barbary pirates struck.
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Iran executes nuclear scientist reputed to have spied for U.S
The Iranian government has executed a nuclear scientist who was believed to have cooperated with U.S. intelligence but who returned to Iran after claiming he had been abducted and tortured by the CIA.Iran executes nuclear scientist reputed to have spied for U.S.
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Show Notes 06-19-2016

Sunday Show 06-19-16

Summer Solstice
The word solstice is from the Latin solstitium, from sol (sun) and stitium (to stop), reflecting the fact that the Sun appears to stop at this time (and again at the winter solstice).
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June Solstice full moon in 2016
Watch for a full-looking moon on the eve of the June solstice (June 19, 2016) and a full moon on the solstice itself (June 20). From what we’ve been able to gather, this is the first full moon to fall on the June solstice since the year 1967.
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Belgian authorities charge 3 in major anti-terror raid
Belgian authorities have raided dozens of homes and arrested 12 suspects in a major anti-terror investigation which they said required “immediate intervention,” fearing an attack could have been close.
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A “fed-up” Florida Gov. Rick Scott called out President Obama during an appearance on Fox News Friday, saying the president “isn’t doing enough to destroy ISIS,” while also denouncing the focus on gun control in the wake of the terror massacre that killed 49 people at an Orlando “gay” club.
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Drug Tests for the 1 Percent?
Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Wis.) has introduced the “Top 1% Accountability Act of 2016”, requiring drug testing for all tax filers claiming itemized deductions in any year over $150,000.
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Walmart wine wins suprising award
When you think of fine wine, you probably don’t consider the bottles you find on shelves at Walmart. Surprisingly enough, Decanter World Wine Awards just named La Moneda Reserva’s Malbec, a wine sold in the big box store, as its Platinum Best in Show.
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Former Navy Seal: AR15 best defense for citizens
Contrary to the notion that citizens should have limited access to AR-15s because they are “big scary guns,” a former Navy SEAL is speaking out in defense of the popular firearm.
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Satanic temple joins Planned Parenthood pro-abortion crusade
In the face of growing pressure on Planned Parenthood after revelations that it was selling human body parts, the Satanic Temple has launched a pro-abortion crusade to come to the aid of America’s largest abortion provider.
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When Kansas Instituted Work Requirements to Get Food Stamps, Guess What Happened
Abraham Lincoln once said, “No country can sustain, in idleness, more than a small percentage of its numbers. The great majority must labor at something productive.”
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As food supplies dwindle in Venezuela, children feel sharp pinch
It’s 6 am on a Monday and 14-year-old Sayler Romero is getting ready for her day. But unlike most schooldays, she isn’t donning her uniform or packing books into her knapsack.
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Show Notes 08-06-2015

Thursday show 08-06-15
Weed: Good for the Bones?
Got pot? Marijuana might take a cue from the famous advertising slogan for milk. A new study suggests that weed might be good for the bones.
The compound cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), which is a nonhallucinogenic chemical in marijuana plants, helps heal bone fractures, the research finds.
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Study: Spicy food may help you live longer
Adding a little spice to your life could make it last longer.
A Harvard study tracked people who ate spicy foods at least three to five times per week and compared their health to those who ate them less than once a week.
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Most States waiving work requirements for food stamps despite improving job numbers
Most states still are waiving work requirements for those on food stamps, raising concerns that despite an improving job market the Obama administration is feeding government dependency — and all at the expense of taxpayers.
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States ask Obama administration to put power plant rules on hold
The campaign to stop President Barack Obama’s sweeping emissions limits on power plants began taking shape Wednesday, as 16 states asked the government to put the rules on hold while a Senate panel moved to block them.
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Al Qaida urges: “Strike America in its own home”
The Yemen branch of al-Qaida has put out a call for terror attacks against Americans, saying lone wolf radicals ought to launch immediate strikes on U.S. soil.
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UN forum to focus on surging antisemitism
Fox News reports that a surge in anti-Semitic attacks by Muslims in France has sparked an “unprecedented” wave of immigration in Israel. And in the United Kingdom, Breitbart reports, anti-Semitism is on the rise as hate crimes have more than doubled over the last year.
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3D-Printed Spy Drones Could Be Built at Sea
A 3D-printed drone was recently launched from a British military warship and successfully flew to shore, a demonstration that could pave the way for futuristic spy drones that can be printed at sea.
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Bug Bots! These Insect-Inspired Robots Can Jump on Water
Swarms of robots inspired by water-hopping insects could one day be used for surveillance, search-and-rescue missions and environmental monitoring, researchers say.
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Show Notes 04/28/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 04/28/2013
Gosnell’s Attorney: ‘Ludicrous’ ‘To Say a Baby is Born Alive Because It Moves One Time’
The defense attorney for late-term abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who is on trial for murdering babies who survived abortions, told a Philadelphia a court Thursday that it is “ludicrous” to claim that “a baby is born alive because it moves one time without any other movement.”

Major leftist group now linked to domestic terrror
A key leader of the Washington-based Family Research Council, the pro-family organization attacked by “gay” terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins, II, last year, says he is asking the government to stop utilizing the organization that likely influenced Corkins’ decision to attack innocent workers at FRC’s Washington office.
In Florida food stamp recruiter deals with wrenching choices
A good recruiter needs to be liked, so Dillie Nerios filled gift bags with dog toys for the dog people and cat food for the cat people. She packed crates of cookies, croissants, vegetables and fresh fruit. She curled her hair and painted her nails fluorescent pink.
Shortage of pizza-makers as Italians are too proud
But with a slice of pizza an increasingly popular lunch time option in times of economic hardship, the pizza sector is booming – and an estimated 6,000 new “pizzaioili” are needed, according to FIPE, an Italian business federation.
TransCanada Lashes Out at EPA Over Keystone, Asserts Canadian ‘Sovereignty’
The Canadian builder of the Keystone XL pipeline has lashed out at the Environmental Protection Agency for recommending that the United States and Canada work together to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases from the tar sands crude that the pipeline would carry to refineries on the U.S. gulf coast.
Republican Senators embrace State and local sales tax on internet purchases
You don’t see this very often: a majority of Senate Republicans voting to make people who buy stuff on the Internet pay state and local sales taxes.
Anti-tax guru Grover Norquist isn’t happy about it and the conservative Heritage Foundation is questioning the senators’ conservative credentials.
The Spanish American War
On April 25, 1898 the United States declared war on Spain following the sinking of the Battleship Maine in Havana harbor on February 15, 1898.

DHS denies ammunition purchases aimed at civilians
Officials at the Department of Homeland Security denied Thursday that its large-scale ammunition purchases were an effort keep bullets out of the hands of private citizens. At a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday, top DHS training officer Humberto Medina said he could “say categorically that was not a factor at all” in the purchases.

Army says no to more tanks, but Congress insists
Built to dominate the enemy in combat, the Army’s hulking Abrams tank is proving equally hard to beat in a budget battle.