Show Notes 10-29-15

Thursday show 10-29-15

China to end decades-old 1-child policy, allow 2 children
China said Thursday it would allow all married couples to have two children, signaling the end after 35 years to its drastic and unpopular “one-child” policy that has been blamed for skewing the gender balance, forcing women into unwanted abortions and bringing about a rapidly aging workforce.
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Overseas media expect China’s 13th 5-year plan to bear on world economic development
Many overseas media expect China’s 13th Five-Year Plan under discussion at the fifth plenary session of the 18th Communist Party of China Central Committee from Monday to Thursday to have a major bearing on the trajectory of world economic development.
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Beijing to guide new companies under relaxed foreign investment rules
Beijing City has promised to draft guidelines to manage the new companies sure to emerge after the central government relaxed market entry rules to allow more foreign investment in the capital’s service sector on Tuesday.
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This day in history: John Hancock resigns as president of Congress
John Hancock resigns his position as president of the Continental Congress, due to a prolonged illness, on this day in 1777. Hancock was the first member of the Continental Congress to sign the Declaration of Independence and is perhaps best known for his bold signature on the ground-breaking document.
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EPA recruits youth to promote climate change agenda
In a video posted on YouTube, the Environmental Protection Agency is asking young people to join a work group of “youth climate justice leaders.”
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Obama nemesis Hobby Lobby probed for allegedly buying black market biblical items
As the world’s foremost collector of rare biblical artifacts, Steven Green may have made a deal with the devil – helping to preserve Iraq’s disappearing Christian heritage by allegedly buying black market items plundered by the Islamic State.
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Show Notes 06/29/2014

Sunday Show 6/29/14

Obama adviser reasserts U.S. is ‘Islamic country’
An Obama adviser who ruffled feathers last year claiming the U.S. is “an Islamic country with and Islamically compliant constitution” is reportedly at it again. Mohamed Elibiary is a senior fellow of Obama’s Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council.

Casselberry mom refused to take child to hospital over vegan beliefs
Sarah Anne Markham was arrested Tuesday on a charge of child neglect. According to Casselberry police, a pediatrician told Markham that her baby needed to be admitted to Florida Hospital South for treatment because the child was dehydrated and was losing weight.

Battle between Utahs rural counties and BLM intensifies
When Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins sat down in a conference room with the national director of the Bureau of Land Management’s law enforcement operations, he had a series of numbers in his head.

ISIS crucifies nine people in Syrian villages
A man has survived being crucified by Isis in Syria, after the jihadists raided his village and nailed him to a cross for eight hours. The unnamed man from Al-Bab, near the border with Turkey, was crucified as a punishment, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. He managed to survive the ordeal.

225K to see Hilary students say no
Hillary Clinton is in hot water over a $225,000 speaking fee she will reportedly receive for an upcoming appearance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. UNLV students are demanding Clinton to return what they see as an “outrageous” speaking fee for an October event and have criticized the school for paying her so much money at a time when tuition is scheduled to spike by 17 percent over the next four years.

Admitting faith on resume cuts callback chances
Wanted: Hard-working individual with job experience, demonstrated leadership and a minimum of two references — those with faith need not apply. Most of the country might consider itself religious, but according to two recently released studies admitting one’s faith on a resume can cut the chances for a callback by more than 25 percent.

Top Reps square off on Hobby Lobby
A top House Democrat on Sunday suggested that religious business owners who do not provide birth control to their employees because it violates their faith are “discriminating against women.”

Children forced to watch as Pakistani couple who married for love were muredered as an example
A young couple murdered in Pakistan barely a week after they had married for love were killed as a warning to other girls not to marry without the permission of their parents, according to witnesses.

Appeals court orders atheists justify lawsuit against 911 cross
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered American Atheists to justify its claim that placing the Ground Zero Cross at the National 911 Museum in New York City constitutes a “particular and concrete injury” to atheists and “marginalizes them as American citizens.”