Show Notes 10-14-2917

Saturday Show 9-14-17

Crowds On Demand Recruited Crisis Actors for Las Vegas Event
A California based company called Crowds on Demand placed an advert on Craigslist back in August for crisis actors in the Las Vegas area. Today, the Craigslist advert is gone.
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Las Vegas Shooting Witness Who Identified Multiple Shooters, Found Dead
A key witness in the Las Vegas shooting attack, who identified multiple shooters, has been found dead at her home.
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Calif. Democrat Tells HUD Secretary to Get Familiar With Procedure for Removing Trump
A California Democrat urged Housing Secretary Ben Carson to get familiar with a provision in the U.S. Constitution that allows for the removal of a president who is declared “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.”
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Party City’s ‘Wall’ costume outrages Twitter users
Halloween is on the horizon, which means that the early contenders for offensive costumes are hitting the stores. Party City has become the latest retailer to come under fire after releasing its “Adult Wall Costume.”
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Arizona restaurant closes following backlash from its pro-Trump Facebook post
An Arizona restaurant was forced to close its doors indefinitely this week after a politically charged Facebook post the eatery’s owners wrote prompted mass criticism from social media users.
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Muslim Mafia trains teachers to combat Islamophobia
‘The Philadelphia School District invited the controversial Council on American Islamic Relations – which claims to be a defender of Muslim civil rights but was shown in court to be a front for the Islamic terrorist organization Hamas – to conduct sensitivity training for its teachers last year.
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Sessions Cites ‘Shocking Statistics’ on Surge in Illegal Alien Asylum Claims Since 2009
The number of claims for asylum by illegal aliens has skyrocketed since 2009, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Executive Office for Immigration Review in Falls Church, Virginia on Thursday.
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Police put hoods, earmuffs on protesters detained outside ICE facility
Dozens of protesters lined up Wednesday afternoon outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Portland. They blocked the entrance and exit for several hours while several activists linked themselves together.
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Illegal dreamer accused of murdering teen
A man accused of killing a South Carolina high school student had been protected from deportation under the DACA program, U.S. officials confirmed to Fox News Thursday evening.
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Trump: ‘America First Means Putting American Truckers First’
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration is removing barriers that have slowed down American truckers, including eliminating regulations that “drive up the cost of energy.”
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Rep. Maxine Waters: ‘Housing Is a Necessary Human Right’
Prominent liberals, Sen. Bernie Sanders among them, insist that health care is a human right, and the same can be said about housing, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said on Thursday.
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Show Notes 07-28-2017

Friday Show Notes 7-28-17

Community Colleges Call for End to Algebra Requirement, Say it’s a “Civil Rights” Issue
The chancellor of California’s community college system said he wants to abolish the college algebra requirement and called it a “civil rights issue” in a Wednesday interview.
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Prof says criticizing ‘safe space’ culture led to dismissal
A former adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University says he was barred from his classroom and “treated…like a criminal” over a joke about a call center in Pakistan.
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Oklahoma teacher who cartwheeled without underwear given probation
A former substitute teacher in Oklahoma who exposed herself to students when she did a cartwheel while wearing a long skirt but no underwear has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.
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Why You May Not Have to Finish All Your Antibiotics
If you have ever taken an antibiotic, you likely know the drill: Finish the entire course of treatment, even if you are feeling better, or else you risk a relapse. Worse, by not finishing, you might contribute to the dangerous rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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Scientists Use CRISPR to Edit Human Embryos
A group of scientists in Oregon has successfully modified the genes of embryos using CRISPR, a cut-and-paste gene-editing tool.
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Dow closes at record high after Fed leaves rates unchanged, Boeing jumps
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher on the back of strong earnings and following the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep interest rates unchanged. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 97.58 points to close at 21,711.01 and hit intraday and closing records. Boeing rose 9.88 percent and contributed the most gains on the 30-stock index.
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Rush to pay off your mortgage? Think Again!
In my last column, we discussed Financial Fallacy No. 1: The safest place to keep your money is in a savings account. This week we are going to look at Financial Fallacy No. 2, which is: Pay off all your debt as soon as you can.
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Amazon already has its eye on the car repair market, and auto shops should be worried
Between Amazon’s blitz into the grocery market and its fashion aspirations, you might have missed the shopping juggernaut’s entry into the auto world.
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Time To Restore Local Control Over Zoning — And End Obama’s HUD Intrusion
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson has announced that his department will be “reinterpreting” an Obama era regulation that had given the federal government control over local zoning decisions.
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Show Notes 09-18-2016

Sunday Show 9-18-16

Experts say NYC attack was terrorism
Several experts including a former New York City police commissioner said Sunday the explosion that injured 29 people on a Manhattan street was clearly an act of terrorism, and they were perplexed that Mayor Bill de Blasio called it only “an intentional act.”
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You can now buy a real D-Day tank
If your SUV is no longer tough enough, don’t worry. You can now buy a genuine World War II tank. A collection of 120 vehicles, including tanks, armored cars, motorcycles and warplanes, is going under the hammer in France on Sunday.
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Pope: Welcoming refugees helps to keep us safe from terrorism
Pope Francis has encouraged Europeans to welcome refugees, calling authentic hospitality “our greatest security against hateful acts of terrorism.” Francis Saturday spoke to alumni of Jesuit schools in Europe who were in Rome for a conference on refugees.
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Man, 24, surprises Ohio cop who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago
A 24-year-old man burst into tears Friday when he met for the first time the Ohio police officer who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago.
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Creepy clowns put two south Alabama schools on lockdown
Several cryptic posts from the Facebook page of a group known as the ‘Flomo Klowns’ put two Southern Alabama schools on lock down for a while Thursday morning.
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School rule mandates boys bedding down with girls on overnight trips
While the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a challenge to the non-discrimination policy in the commonwealth’s largest school district, the lead counsel in the case warns that the impact of the court’s decisions will go far beyond bathrooms and eventually impact every student – including to the point where boys will be “bedding down” with girls on overnight school trips.
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Patriotic ferment: California teen’s grades docked over Pledge of Allegiance
Leilani Thomas, a native American student in California, has been refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance since she was in second grade. But for the first time for Leilani, now a teenager attending a Lower Lake High School, that stand has cost her academically.
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HUD decrees limited English speakers are protected under fair housing act
HUD Decrees That Limited-English-Speakers Are Protected Under Fair Housing Act
“People with limited English proficiency are not a protected class under the Fair Housing Act,” said the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday. But they are now, by decree.
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Obama Will Set Aside 5,000 Square Miles Off New England–Ban Commercial Fishing
The State Department is hosting a two-day conference on the world’s oceans, beginning today, and it’s expected to produce a raft of announcements and initiatives, including new marine protected areas — one off the coast of New England — as well as a ban on single-use plastic bags.
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API Chief on Obama Halting Dakota Access Pipeline: ‘We No Longer Honor the Rule of Law in the United States’
Jack Gerard, CEO and president of the trade association American Petroleum Institution (API), said on Thursday that President Barack Obama’s decision to override a federal judge’s ruling to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline construction to go forward in South Dakota violates “the rule of law.”
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A shrinking Army aims to keep citizen-soldiers combat ready
Before citizen-soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Georgia National Guard troops spent months training away from their families and day jobs as they prepared for war.
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Show Notes 07-19-2016

Tuesday Show 7-19-16

Jaguar Land Rover develops autonomous system for off-roading
Jaguar Land Rover is in the process of developing autonomous technology that can handle any type of terrain a vehicle may encounter.
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Thousands of Venezuelans enter Colombia for food, medicine
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans poured into neighboring Colombia to buy food and medicine on Saturday after authorities briefly opened the border that has been closed for almost a year.
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Federal housing watchdog under fire for move to ‘gut’ office
In a case of who’s watching the watchdog, the inspector general’s office for a top housing agency is facing tough questions from Congress over what ex-employees say are efforts to “gut” a key office and allegations of retaliation.
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Bureaucrats misquote Pope on vaccines, teach parents ‘religion’
The dispute between concerned parents and the medical industry over whether or not vaccines can be harmful to children has gone on for decades, with no middle ground appearing.
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Caregiver gets Zika from man who died in medical mystery
Utah health officials say a man who died after being infected with Zika virus passed it to a caregiver, creating a medical mystery about how it spread between them.
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Americans Are Buying Gene-Edited Food That’s Not Labeled GMO
Products made possible through gene-editing have landed on grocery shelves. Whether they’ll stay there is up to shoppers wary of technological tinkering.
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A CALL TO ARMS – LITERALLY
This week I was going to write Part II on the jobs best suited for men vs. women in prepping, but the national and international terrorist attacks on police and civilians has been troubling me so much that I felt the need to lay out the case for a reordering of prepper acquisition priorities.
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Show Notes 06-05-2016

Sunday Show 05-05-16

“Rent a mob targeting Trump rallies
A woman who appears to be a professional protester appeared in the middle of the violent rally against Donald Trump in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday evening.
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Philippine president-elect urges public to kill drug dealers
The Philippine president-elect has encouraged the public to help him in his war against crime, urging citizens with guns to shoot and kill drug dealers who resist arrest and fight back in their neighborhoods.
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Anti-free speech law means jail fines even for websites
Pro-life activists are finding common cause with media organizations and even some pro-“choice” supporters in an effort to stop California legislation they say would not only wound the cause for life but strike lethal blows to the First Amendment to the Constitution.
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Swiss voters reject basic income proposal
Swiss voters overwhelmingly reject proposal to introduce basic incomeSwiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would have guaranteed everyone in the Alpine nation an unconditional basic income, according to projections published Sunday by public broadcaster SRF1.
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Bible reading by Republican spurs GOP walkout Lawmakers hurl F-bomb, flee meeting when scripture quoted in LGBT vote
Rep. Rick Allen, Georgia Republican, created quit a stir on Capitol Hill when he pulled out a Bible passage and began reading, as a way of showing fellow Republicans they ought to be ashamed for backing a spending bill that included language upholding a President Obama-backed ban on government contracts absent LGBT equal rights’ protections.
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ARMAGEDDON’ FOR CHRISTIAN COLLEGES
The California State Legislature is working on an “Armageddon” for Christian colleges and universities that would force them to embrace “transgender rights” or lose funding for students.
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Satanists plan to celebrate 6-6-16 in LA
June is a time of celebration. Graduations take place. Father’s Day is observed. And summer officially begins. It’s also when the Satanic Temple of Los Angeles has scheduled festivities for a revered day in the diabolic community — 6/6/16.
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Thanks to EPA and Army Corps of Engineers, American farmers are newly endangered species
Thanks to EPA and Army Corps of Engineers, American farmers are a newly endangered species.
It is getting harder and harder, and in legal terms more dangerous, to be an American farmer these days, thanks to the aggressive behavior of the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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FDA  mandates food defense plans to guard against intentional adulteration
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a final rule last week mandating that food-related facilities implement “food defense plans” to prevent “intentional adulteration of food” with the intent to cause “wide scale public health harm,” including “intentional adulteration related to terrorism.”
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Meet Obama’s Orwellian-sounding ‘mobility counselors,’ whose job is to do this
What does mandatory busing look like in the twenty-first century? It looks like “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing,” a new regulation imposed by Barack Obama’s Department of Housing and Urban Development, which forces low-income tenants to move out of their existing homes in cities and into the suburbs.
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Show Notes 04-10-2016

Sunday Show 04-10-16

LeVar Burton: ‘It was time’ to remake ‘Roots’
LeVar Burton was initially skeptical of remaking “Roots,” the groundbreaking miniseries that launched his career in 1977. But Burton, who played a young Kunta Kinte, overcame those concerns after seeing the educational value in helping the new generation of Americans better relate to the plight of slaves and African-American history.
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Christians occupy Washington in sacred assembly
In a powerful, electrified gathering, pastors and Christian leaders assembled at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on Saturday to pray for our nation in a “solemn assembly” of unity.
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Major hotel CEO: “anti-gay laws are not ok”
In first-person opinion piece on CNBC, Sorenson wrote: “I was asked to join a group of American business leaders and CEOs in opposing North Carolina’s HB2, a bill passed recently that sanctions LGBT discrimination across that state.
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SAUDI TV HOST GOES NUCLEAR ON TERROR ‘HYPOCRITES’
Saudi columnist and television anchor Nadine Al-Budair harshly criticized Muslims in the Arab world as “hypocrites” for failing to admit terrorism does not represent their faith. She said it was time for Muslims to own up to elements of their faith that encourage followers to commit terrorist attacks.
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CHRISTIAN, GET YOUR GUN
“Christianity of course is under attack in this nation,” Chumley said in an interview. “If you dispute that, then you’re just not paying attention to what’s going on, and you have your head in the sand. If you look anywhere in the news on a daily basis, you will see examples of Christianity under attack.”
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HUD’s Proposed RV Rule Causes an Uproar as RV Sales Hit 39-Year High
In February, as sales of recreational vehicles (RVs) hit a 39-year high with 35,929 units sold, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published a proposed rule in The Federal Register to revise the definition of an RV as “designed only for recreational use and not as a primary residence or for permanent occupancy.”
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First in 3 decades: US deploys B-52 bombers to Qatar to bomb ISIS
American B-52 Stratofortress bombers have been sent for their first Middle East operational deployment since the 1991 Gulf War 26 years ago. The aircraft are flying from Qatar to bomb Islamic State targets. An undisclosed number of B-52s have arrived at the Al Udeid Air Base on Sunday, the US Air Force said.
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All Three Zumwalt Class Destroyers to Be Assigned to Pacific: Carter
All three of the new Zumwalt class of stealthy destroyers — the Zumwalt currently undergoing trials and two others yet to be built — will be assigned to the Pacific as part of the rebalance of U.S. forces to the region to promote stability and counter China, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Friday.
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History of the Panama Canal
The idea of creating a water passage across the isthmus of Panama to link the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans dates back to at least the 1500s, when King Charles I of Spain tapped his regional governor to survey a route along the Chagres River.
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Panama Canal expansion faces a new problem: Not enough water
The $6.9-billion expansion of the Panama Canal might have overcome leaks, labour disputes and financial hurdles, but appears to have run into a mightier foe: Mother Nature.
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Show Notes 02-07-16

Sunday Show 02-07-16

Oregon standoff day 37
As we enter Day 37 of the standoff at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, here are the latest developments:
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Oregon standoff
Soon after somebody tore down a cross erected in honor of a dead protester, somebody used its remnants to put a smaller version of the cross back together.
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Yet Again, North Korea Launches a Missile, US Calls for ‘Firm’ UN Response, China Calls for Restraint
North Korea’s ballistic missile test Sunday sparked a now familiar pattern of responses to provocative actions by the Kim regime, with the U.S. leading a chorus of condemnation and calling for a “firm” U.N. Security Council response, and China signaling it wants to apply the brakes.
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Md. legislation would create drug-use facilities, decriminalize possession of small amounts
Nearly 47,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2014 — more than from gunshot wounds or car crashes. In Maryland, the governor’s office has defined the problem as an “epidemic … destroying lives.” Indeed, heroin deaths alone have increased by 186 percent from 2010 to 2015 in the state.
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‘Gay conversion’ therapists find safe haven in Israel
A leading American Jewish group promoting therapy it said could turn gays to heterosexuals was ordered shut in December by a New Jersey court, amid growing efforts in the U.S. to curb the generally discredited practice. But therapists with ties to the shuttered group say they have found a haven for their work in Israel.
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Hud: public housing should be reserved for poor people
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has decided that public housing should be available only to low-income people who need it.
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MEET HIJARBIE – AMERICA’S BARBIE GETS MUSLIM MAKEOVER
Has Barbie converted to Islam? Mattel’s iconic doll Barbie already comes in seven skin tones, 22 eye colors, a variety of hair styles and four different body shapes. Now, thanks to an enterprising 24-year-old Nigerian Muslim woman, Barbie is Shariah-compliant.
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Obama DHS scrubs records of hundreds of Muslim terrorists
An agent of the Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, for 15 years, Philip Haney, reported Friday that after the Christmas Day underwear bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, tried to blow up a crowded passenger jet over Detroit, “President Obama threw the intelligence community under the bus for its failure to ‘connect the dots.’
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Vegans argue they’re a “creed” under Ontario human rights law
You are what you eat. At least that’s what advocates of veganism argue now that the Ontario Human Rights Commission has updated its definition of the word “creed.” The advocates suggest the change makes ethical veganism a protected human right.
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School kisses Valentines day and other holidays goodbye
A Minnesota elementary school has kissed Valentine’s Day goodbye. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, too. Bruce Vento Elementary in St. Paul is joining other public schools in opting out of holiday celebrations as school officials strive to be more culturally sensitive and inclusive.
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Utah legislators back plan to declare porn a health crisis
Four Republicans and one Democrat on a Utah Senate health committee agreed with Weiler and endorsed the resolution Friday afternoon in Salt Lake City after an hour-long meeting where they heard from anti-pornography activists, a marriage therapist and residents who said they or loved ones struggled with pornography addictions.
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