Show Notes 04-09-2019

Tuesday show notes 04-09-19

American billionaires call for upgrades to capitalism, starting with higher taxes on themselves

House Democrats put gun control into new Violence Against Women bill

John Lott On ‘Folly’ Of So-Called Red Flag Laws

New York City Declares Public Health Emergency In the Face of an Intensifying Measles Outbreak

Show Notes 02-20-2019

Wednesday show notes 02-20-19

Tiny Homes For Homeless Get The Go-Ahead In The Wake of California’s Worst Wildfire

Ex-transgenders wish they would have ‘just chilled out

Scientists Discover Hormone Produced By Exercise May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

You may soon have to give your DNA to the state and pay $250 for the privilege

Here are 50 campus hate-crime hoaxes The College Fix has covered since 2012

Syracuse U: U.S. Constitution is ‘exclusionary’ to some students

Show Notes 02-07-2019

Thursday show notes 02-07-19

Florida Gov. DeSantis Issues 1-Year Deadline to Eliminate All ‘Vestiges’ of Common Core

Guantanamo prison looms as option as IS fight ends

Sen. Rand Paul Backs Trump on Syria, Afghanistan: ‘We Must Stop Our Endless Wars’

US blocks Security Council criticism over Israel’s decision to remove observers from Biblical city of Hebron

Cannabis Is A Safe, Effective Treatment For Autism In Young Children, Study Finds

“Progressive” Attacks on Capitalism Were Key to Hitler’s Success

Another Democrat Banishes God When Swearing in Witnesses

Trump at National Prayer Breakfast: ‘We Must Build a Culture That Cherishes … Innocent Human Life’


Doctors Thought a Woman Was Having a Panic Attack. She Actually Had Rabies

Show Notes 12-10-2018

Monday show notes 12-10-18

China Launches 1st Mission to Land on Far Side of the Moon

Police shooting of hero with gun sparks call for national dialogue

Study Claims Most People Vastly Overestimate Number Of Gun Owners In U.S.

Study: 8 In 10 Adults Lie To Their Doctors About Their Health

As doctors taper or end opioid prescriptions, many patients driven to despair, suicide

Show Notes 11-06-2018

Tuesday show notes 11-06-18


Doctors: Spanking may affect ‘normal brain development’

Gov’t goes behind parent’s back to help boy become girl

Show Notes 10-17-2018

Wednesday show notes 10-17-18

Video Touts Trump’s Top Ten Pro-Life Accomplishments

Claire McCaskill staffer: ‘People can’t know that’

Judge Upholds Missoula Universal Background Check Regulation

Levi Strauss & Co. To Donate $1 Million+ To Anti-Gun Groups

Big Pharma Trying to Undermine Trump Drug Price Legislation

Pediatricians: ‘After 40 Years of Comprehensive Sex Ed in Schools, Why Are STDs at Epidemic Levels?

AIDS Activists: ‘Fear of Trump Policies’ May Cause HIV Rates to Rise Among Latinos

Show Notes 09-18-2018

Tuesday Show 09-18-18

Yom Kippur
The origins of Yom Kippur are unclear. It is not mentioned in the list of holidays to be observed when the Temple destroyed by the Babylonians was rebuilt.
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U.S. facing doctor shortage as nation grays
The US healthcare system is suffering from a doctor shortage. Of those, primary care physicians are often hit the hardest, posing a huge problem as the country’s population grows and ages.

Doctors find ‘no evidence’ linking high levels of bad cholesterol to heart disease
A new report has failed to find a link between high levels of bad cholesterol and heart disease. The study, which was led by 17 doctors from across the world, urged clinicians to stop using statins as a preventive measure as a result.
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Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: Study
A new study from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that kids and teens who are raised with religious or spiritual practices tend to have better health and mental health as they age.
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A retraction is needed, activists claim. After all, an investigation already is under way into the “anti-feminism” and “transphobia” of a university professor. All because he said there are biological differences between men and women.
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One of the most underreported stories today is the aggressive attack on private college education and efforts to limit education choice for students and their families. The administration and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are diligently working to reverse or end regulations that were specifically imposed to put many private colleges and universities out of business.
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