Show Notes 08-16-16

Tuesday Show 8-16-16

Taxpayers on the Hook as Obamacare Exchanges Near the Edge of Collapse
The health insurance exchanges that are the beating heart of Obamacare are on the edge of collapse, with premiums rising sharply for ever narrower provider networks, non-profit health co-ops shuttering their doors, and even the biggest insurance companies heading for the exits amid mounting losses.
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New medical marijuana policy hinders researchers
Medical research on marijuana probably won’t get any easier, experts say, despite a new government policy aimed at boosting the supply of the drug for medical studies.
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Why more black parents are home schooling their kids
Nikita Bush comes from a family of public school teachers: Her mom, aunts, uncles – nearly all of them have been involved in public education at some level. But her own teaching career ended, she says, “in heartbreak” when she had to make a decision about where her own child would go to school.
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Breaking: Hillary’s VP pick has deep ties to radical Islam
Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, has deep ties to radical Islam. These ties have inexplicably evaded Federal investigation — which many believe stems from Muslim Brotherhood influence inside the Obama Administration.
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Hillary Clinton and Electoral Fraud
I would have voted for Hillary Clinton three months ago. I believed that our elections are just, verifiable, and democratic—but then discovered how easy it is to hack a voting machine without a trace.
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Show Notes

Thursday Show 05-02-16

1 percenters pay 24 percent and top 10 percents pay 533 percent of federal taxes
Ever since President Obama started running for president in 2007, there has been a debate about how much tax rich Americans pay and whether they should pay more.
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Illegal immigration skyrockets in past 2 years
Illegal immigration has exploded 57 percent in less than two years, with at least 550,000 new illegals entering the U.S. in a trend that is set to continue growing, according to new Census data.
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Rep. Henry Cuellar: ‘The Border Is Safer Than Washington, D.C.’
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) told C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” on Thursday that the U.S.-Mexico border is safer than the nation’s capital. “The border is safer than Washington, D.C. The murder rate here might be three to four murders per 100,000. Where you and I work in Washington, D.C., I believe it’s 15.9 murders per 100,000, so it’s a lot safer here than where we work in Washington, D.C.” Cuellar said, speaking from Laredo, Texas.
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No National Honor Society honors for Plano Senior High grads
National Honor Society (NHS) stoles are frequent sight at high school graduation ceremonies around the country, but one Plano Senior High School student is frustrated that he won’t be allowed to wear one when he puts on his cap and gown next month.
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Case against Homeschool criminals dismissed
A judge in Ohio has agreed to dismiss criminal charges against homeschooling parents who forgot to file required paperwork after the local prosecutor asked for the dismissal.
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Homeschool your way out of Common Core
Common Core is the educational standards program that everyone loves to hate – except the people who set policy for America’s public schools. That’s one reason why more parents are opting to homeschool instead.
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This is the strongest retrograde force in the world
One of three presidents to marry in office and the only president to wed on White House grounds, Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom and together they had five children.
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‘YOUR TIRED, YOUR POOR, YOUR MURDERING SCUM …’
Over the last week or so, news outlets have reported on aspects of the Obama administration’s attempts to deposit as many foreign criminal and culturally bankrupt miscreants as possible within the borders of the United States.
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Muslim immigrant attacks Flag waving American family
A family in Lawrenceville, a suburb of Atlanta, said they were attacked by an unknown Muslim woman wearing a full burqa simply because they were flying an American flag for Memorial Day.
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Boykin bounced: Fort Riley cancels Delta Force hero’s prayer breakfast speech
A Kansas military base abruptly canceled an upcoming prayer breakfast that featured retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin after complaints were lodged that Boykin is anti-Muslim and anti-gay.
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Show Notes 02-11-16

Thursday Show 02-11-16

FBI statements on end of Oregon standoff
This is from Greg Bretzing, special agent in charge of the FBI in Oregon:
This morning the FBI took into custody the four remaining occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge without incident and without shots fired. Rev. Franklin Graham and Michele Fiore were at the checkpoint to meet the occupiers as they left their encampment.
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Cliven Bundy arrested en route to Oregon standoff
Cliven Bundy, the 74-year-old Nevada rancher who ignited a national firestorm in 2014 when he engaged in an armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management authorities, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to interfere with a federal officer while traveling to Oregon.
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Terror has arrived: official calls for San Bernardino employees to be armed
Two months after terrorists gunned down 14 unarmed San Bernardino county workers in a gun-free zone, one local official is calling for county employees to be permitted to carry guns at work and have access to weapons at county facilities.
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January Gun Sales Set Yet Another Record
The FBI conducted more gun-related background checks this January than in any other January since the system was created. With 2,545,802 checks processed through the National Instant Background Check System, January 2016 beat the previous record, set in January 2013, by 50,326 checks.
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Secret Service posts signs barring guns at White House
The Secret Service has posted signs at the White House notifying visitors that they cannot bring weapons onto the grounds, stating, “WARNING: Weapons Prohibited.”
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Federal judge rejects Texas attempt to block Syrian refugees
Texas hit a major setback on Monday after a federal judge rejected its efforts to block Syrian refugees from resettling in the Lone Star State.
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ILLEGAL ALIENS RECEIVED $750 MILLION IN OBAMACARE SUBSIDIES
A new Senate report found that around 500,000 illegal aliens received up to $750 million in Obamacare subsides as of June 2015 despite the law specifically excluding them from the subsidies.
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Border agent: We might as well abolish our immigration laws altogether
In a shocking reversal of policy, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are being told to release illegal immigrants and no longer order them to appear at deportation hearings, essentially a license to stay in the United States, a key agent testified Thursday.
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Homeschoolers face criminal charges for missing paperwork
Authorities in Ohio have filed criminal charges against homeschool parents in two families, with trials  later this month that could result in fines and jail time if convicted.Read more at
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Show Notes 11-12-15

Thursday show 11-12-15

Obama administration: Transgender boys must be allowed to shower with girls at school
When it rains it pours. This morning Howard Portnoy wrote about a landmark referendum vote in Houston to repeal that city’s LGBT-friendly Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, or HERO.
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School to homeschoolers: Sign up or face criminal charges
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/11/school-to-homeschoolers-sign-up-or-face-criminal-charges/#urpd84O2J0h2ehye.99A number of homeschool parents in Florida have been ordered by a public school district to register their children in classes within three days or face “criminal prosecution” under state law.
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U.S. state draws line in sand against Islamization
A third South Carolina county has barred the door to any Third World refugees being resettled in their community, and at least two others are considering the same move.
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‘Free the Nipple’ is so yesterday; meet campaign advocating female bottomlessness
Back in the day, people who were squeamish about mothers breastfeeding in public were denounced as prudish. When a new generation of women came along and demanded “topless equality”  — the right to walk around bare-breasted in public — the prudish label was dropped in favor of sexist.
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Fema can’t account for up to $456 million in Sandy fuel funds
The Federal Emergency Management Agency can’t adequately account for more than 70 percent of the money spent on fuel for New York in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, a federal audit released on Friday found.
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New Temple Mount restrictions: no feeding babies
Jewish visitors to the Jerusalem’s Temple Mount – the holiest site in Judaism – have long been subject to a list of restrictions demanded by Muslim authorities.
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$134,730 NIH-Funded Study Explores ‘Risk of Obesity in Food-Insecure Children’
The National Institutes of Health awarded $134,730 in taxpayer funding to the University of California San Francisco to understand the “risk of obesity in food-insecure children.
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Show Notes 08-02-2015

Sunday show 08-02-15
Former abortion clinic owner: “We pushed sex-ed to create a market for abortion”
As reported by The Catholic Register, Everett earned a commission for every abortion in addition to a share of the fees charged by each clinic. She says she sold abortion and made big bucks off of the “cash cow” of abortion.
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Hundreds rally to support Confederate flag at Stone Mountain Memorial
On Saturday, hundreds upon hundreds of people from Georgia arrived at Stone Mountain, the nation’s largest Confederate memorial, to show their support for the Confederate flag
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Soldier Asked to Produce ID for Cigarette Purchase — but Clerk’s Alleged Response to Seeing It Had Him in ‘Shock’
Collin Brown walked into a 7-Eleven in Redmond, Washington, last Wednesday and got himself a Slurpee. He also was looking to get cigarettes for his fiancee, so when the clerk asked Brown for proof of age, the Army reservist placed his military ID — which has his birthdate on the back and is a legal form of identification — on the counter.
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Obamas TPP trade deal hits the wall
President Obama’s hopes for a globalist pact integrating economies on four continents ran aground in Hawaii on Friday. Trade negotiators from 12 nations announced Friday they failed to reach a deal on the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP.
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Student’s stunning plea: Why did NYC let me graduate high school?
Melissa Mejia, 18, was stunned and embarrassed when officials at William Cullen Bryant HS in Long Island City, Queens, told her she had met all the requirements to receive a diploma in June.
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More parents turn to homeschooling
The National Catholic Register reports that recent data from the U.S. Department of Education shows explosive growth in homeschooling among American families, particularly in the last 10 years, when the number of students between the ages of 5 and 17 went from 1.09 million in 2003 to 1.77 million in 2012.
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Obama will impose unprecedented emissions controls US power plants
Aiming to jolt the rest of the world to action, President Barack Obama moved ahead Sunday with even tougher greenhouse gas cuts on American power plants, setting up a certain confrontation in the courts with energy producers and Republican-led states.
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Builders forced to purchase art to receive permits
A new program adopted by the city of Oakland, Calif., to force builders to fund projects by artists who are chosen by the city is being challenged in federal court, where the builders have filed a lawsuit alleging violations of the Constitution’s First and Fifth Amendments.
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EXCLUSIVE: Orthodox Jewish tenants at LeFrak City suing for discrimination over building’s new electronic keys – which they can’t use on Sabbath

Orthodox Jewish tenants at LeFrak City in Queens claim they are being discriminated against because newly installed lobby doors only open with an electronic key — which they cannot use on the Sabbath, a federal lawsuit alleges.
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Obama gives illegals massive health care plane
The level of health-care services provided to illegal aliens is about to get a huge boost from the Obama administration, which is hiring contractors to provide the equivalent of 5.5 million additional labor hours of treatment to detainees.
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Show Notes 05-24-2015

Sunday show 05-24-15
Shavuot
The Torah was given by G-d to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai more than 3300 years ago. Every year on the holiday of Shavuot we renew our acceptance of G-d’s gift, and G-d “re-gives” the Torah.
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Study of attitudes to same-sex marriage retracted over ‘fake data’
The senior author of a study claiming to find that a brief, face-to-face conversation with a gay political canvasser had the ability to soften the opinions of those opposed to same-sex marriage has retracted its findings, claiming there were errors in his co-author’s work.
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Concert honors children of fallen US Warriors
This Memorial Day weekend, the nation will pause to remember and honor Americans of all generations who lost their lives in service to the United States, and this year’s National Memorial Day Concert will spend time highlighting the children of those recently lost a parent in combat and how their lives are forever changed.
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UN Condemns Israel for ‘Violating Health of Syrians’
The UN is once again singling out Israel for criticism. The UN Watch NGO on Friday reported that the global body adopted a draft resolution portraying Israel as violating the health rights of Syrians in the Golan.
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1,773,000: Homeschooled Children Up 61.8% in 10 Years
In the ten-year period from 2003 to 2012, the number of American children 5 through 17 years old who were being homeschooled by their parents climbed by 61.8 percent, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Education.
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Common Core teaches kids to divide Jerusalem
A Boston University professor has defended to WND his creation of a Common Core-compliant lesson plan that uses role-playing workshops to teach students to sympathize with Hamas, create a Palestinian state and divide the city of Jerusalem.
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Show Notes 05-10-2015

Sunday show 05-10-15

DOJ to investigate whether Baltimore police practices violated The Constitution
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Friday that the Justice Department plans to open an investigation into whether the Baltimore Police Department “engaged in a pattern or practice of violations of the Constitution or federal law.”
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Michigan lawyer wants pig to run for mayor after ballot deadline mix up
A Michigan lawyer wants his pig to enter into the Flint mayoral race after a mix-up threatened to keep candidates’ names off the primary election ballot.
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US retailer halts sales of all laminate flooring made in China
Lumber Liquidators has suspended the sale of all laminate flooring made in China a week after disclosing that the Justice Department is seeking criminal charges against the specialty retailer in an investigation over imported products.
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Building Tiny Houses Into Big Help for Los Angeles’ Homeless
Shortly after Elvis Summers befriended Irene McGhee, he learned she was sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles.So the man with the blue mohawk and wraparound shades decided to build the grandmother nicknamed “Smokie” a tiny house on wheels.
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State seizes kids from family living off grid
A homeschooling couple was arrested and had all 10 of their children taken by the state Thursday after a local sheriff acted on a tip about alleged poor living conditions at their 26-acre homestead where they live “off the grid.”
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Homeschool parents who faced battering ram back in court
The German homeschool parents who faced a SWAT team’s battering ram when police demanded to take their children into custody for being homeschooled are back in court.
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WWll solider’s lost gift to mom returns home for Mother’s day
solider. This is the story of a loving tribute from a soldier preparing for war to his mother on the other side of the continent, who didn’t know if she would ever see her boy again.
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Female soldiers fail to pass phase one of Army Ranger school
All eight female soldiers participating in the first co-ed class of U.S. Army Ranger School failed to advance to the second phase of the grueling infantry
course.
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Navy spends 1.6 billion to upgrade carrier and amphibian ship defenses
The Navy is working on a $1.6 billion technological upgrade overhauling ship defense systems onboard amphibs and aircraft carriers to include interceptor missiles, streamlined radars and software improvements, service officials said.
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