Show Notes 12-08-2017

Friday Show Notes 12-08-17

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is annually on December 7, commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii, during World War II. Many American service men and women lost their lives or were injured on December 7, 1941. National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is also referred to as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day.
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Medical marijuana users ‘have 30 days’ to turn in their guns, police say
If you use medical marijuana, you must turn in your guns. That’s according to the Honolulu Police Department, which has been sending out letters to legal users of medicinal weed that they must forfeit their weapons, as reported by multiple news organizations.
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House passes Interstate Concealed carry gun bill
A bill to allow gun owners with concealed-carry permits in one state to legally carry their weapons in any other state overwhelmingly passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday by a vote of 231-198 in the GOP-controlled chamber, including six Democrats who voted in support.
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Trump impeachment vote fails overwhelmingly
House Democrats overwhelmingly joined Republicans on Wednesday to defeat an attempt to impeach President Donald Trump. But 58 Democrats supported the bid to consider impeachment over the objections of House Democratic leaders, who viewed the measure as a distraction in a Republican-controlled Congress.
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Arpaio unable to cite evidence in case vs. Sen. Flake’s son
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio was unable to cite any evidence on the witness stand Wednesday to back up his now-dismissed animal cruelty case against one of U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake’s sons in the 2014 deaths of 21 dogs.
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Netanyahu: ‘All Countries That Seek Peace’ Should Follow Trump’s Example on Jerusalem; No Takers Yet
Welcoming President Trump’s momentous Jerusalem policy shift, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Wednesday urged other countries to follow suit, although there was little sign of any immediate steps to do so.
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Young people say calling them a ‘Snowflake’ damages their mental health
A new survey by insurance firm Aviva found that 72 percent of 16 to 24-year-olds believe the term “snowflake” is unfairly applied to millennials. 74 percent of respondents took it a step farther, arguing that they believe the use of the label could have a negative effect on young people’s mental health.
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Harvard: Millennials now biggest voting group in U.S., 2-1 Democratic
A new Harvard University poll Tuesday is blaring a loud danger signal to the Republican Party after finding that millennials are now the largest generation of voters and they are overwhelmingly Democratic, by a two-to-one margin.
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Show Notes 07-02-2017

Sunday show 7/2/17

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief
In a major shake-up of the Vatican’s administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism’s top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff’s vision of a more inclusive Church.
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Armed 11-year-old boy saves fishing party from charging bear
Quick action from a Hoonah boy saved a fishing party from a charging brown bear on June 18, the Empire has learned through Alaska State Troopers and family members.
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Navy destroyer sails near disputed island claimed by China
The Navy destroyer USS Stethem conducted a “right of innocent passage” exercise Sunday near a tiny but bitterly disputed island occupied by China in the South China Sea.
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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who held various diplomatic posts in the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, told Congress on Wednesday that President Obama, in hindsight, “should have acted more resolutely, quickly” to tell the American people about Russian attempts to interfere with the U.S. election.
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NEW ALERT OVER X-RATED MATERIALS … IN SCHOOL!
A new warning has been issued for the pornographic content, including “group, anal, public, and BDSM sex,” of a popular online resource that many schools make available to their students.
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PERSECUTED CUBAN HOMESCHOOLERS LOOK TO TRUMP POLICY FOR HOPE
Experts at the world’s foremost advocacy organization for homeschooling, the Home School Legal Defense Association, say a homeschooling Cuban father’s hope to remain out of jail may rest with the Trump administration’s recent policy change.
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PARENTS SUE SCHOOLS OVER COLLUSION WITH ‘HAMAS FRONT’
Parents suing San Diego schools over an “anti-Islamophobia” campaign have revised their complaint to focus on the radical Islamic origin of the group that initiated the program.
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The man who made Princeton University great
John Witherspoon was born on February 5, 1722, at the village of Gifford, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The males in his family were all clergymen, and he was trained to become a Presbyterian minister. At the age of four, he could read the Bible. He attended grammar school at the neighboring town of Haddington.
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Show Notes 10/16/2014

Thursday Show 10/16/14
Special guest tonight, Jim Horn author of Moslem Men Fear Woman
CDC denies enterovirus link to illegal-alien kids
The CDC denies a causal link between the surge of illegal-alien children from Latin America and the enterovirus D-68 outbreak in the United States, but government data show the virus was rare in the U.S. before this year.
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Obama expected to order National Guard to Liberia
President Obama is expected to issue an executive order to put National Guard boots on the ground in Liberia to help stop the spread of Ebola, according to a report Thursday.
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Army Secretary: “I certainly would not suggest any family member not to be worried”
Ebola is “a very concerning matter,” Secretary of the Army John McHugh told reporters on Wednesday. “I certainly would not suggest to any family, don’t be worried, don’t be concerned. Every time a solider goes forward on any mission, there’s concern. And — and this is a very concerning matter.”
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Government spends 2 cents to make 1 penny
The cost for the U.S. government to produce pennies and nickels is more than the face value of the coins, a government watchdog points out. Judicial Watch, in a statement Wednesday, called it an “egregious waste” and a “fleecing.” The U.S. Treasury’s practice, Judicial Watch said, “means hundreds of millions of coins have been sold well below cost.”
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White House pool reporters seeking own news distribution
Pool reports: Those summaries of the president’s public appearances that go to the media at large, are filed by a rotating group of journalists whose work is intended to be free of content changes by the White House.
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Small Group of Liberal Activists Isn’t Denying Using Automated Software to Target Tweets at Limbaugh Advertisers
A small group of liberal activists who want conservative talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh off the air are not denying–as stated in an investigative report posted on Limbaugh’s website–that they have used automated software to generate massive numbers of negative tweets to companies they apparently have never patronized but that advertise on Limbaugh’s show.
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Show Notes 10/02/2014

Thursday Show 10/2/14

Immigration Overload?
The Obama administration is initiating a program to give refugee status to some young people from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador in response to the influx of unaccompanied minors arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Michael Savage blames President Obola for virus in US
bola has now entered the U.S. because of President Obama’s open-borders policy, charged talk-radio host Michael Savage. Savage who has a doctorate in epidemiology, said Obama refused to employ the basic epidemiological rule of quarantining a deadly virus, “because the far-left agenda is to have an open-borders policy.”
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KLM uses passenger sniffing dog to return lost items to customers
The Dutch airline announced that it is starting to use the services of an adorable beagle aptly named Sherlock for its Lost and Found service at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. Sherlock, who wears a vest, is sent down the concourse to sniff out rightful owners after they’ve disembarked, returning items like cell phones, stuffed animals and books.
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No Single Missing Link Between Birds and Dinosaurs, Study Finds
Birds didn’t evolve in one fell swoop from their dinosaur ancestors, suggests a newly constructed dinosaur family tree showing our feathery friends evolved very gradually, at first.
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Why are Black staffers fleeing Capitol Hill?
Aides say a number of high-ranking African-American congressional staffers have left in recent years, leading to a dearth of diversity on the Hill.
The Obama era hasn’t been a period of progress for black Capitol Hill staffers, and aides say a “diversity drain” of many senior African Americans to the private sector and the White House in recent years is partly to blame.
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Michelle Obama warns Senate control, impeachment rest on ‘few hundred votes’
Michelle Obama warns that First lady Michelle Obama, going to bat for Senate Democrats amid reports she is abandoning them on the campaign trail, is warning that control of the chamber and the potential Republican impeachment of her husband rests on just a few votes.
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Will Bureaucracy bury the Bitcoin?
As explained previously in WND, the growing popularity of this anonymous, decentralized, digital currency has prompted legitimate concerns about how it may be misused and whether investors can expect their money to be lost.
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Prosecutor: Co-Worker Had Altercation With Beheading Suspect ‘About Him Not Liking White People’
An Oklahoma man apparently uttered Arabic words during an attack in which he allegedly severed a co-worker’s head, and had “some sort of infatuation with beheadings,” but the killing appeared to have more to do with the man’s suspension from his job than his recent conversion to Islam, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
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Who is buying the Islamic States illegal oil?
In June 2014, computer files captured from a courier for the Islamic State shortly after the fall of Mosul revealed that the group had assets of $875 million, largely gained in the sacking and looting of Mosul and its central bank.

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Show Notes 08/10/2014

Sunday Show 8/10/14

New Jersey church orders bats in their attic to leave
The bats in the attic of a historic church in New Jersey are being evicted. The creatures have made Tranquility United Methodist Church in Green Township their bat cave for years. But church officials have wanted to do something about them since replacing a porous slate roof damaged by Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy, the Newark Star-Ledger reported Sunday.
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HS bibble banner lawsuit heads to Texas Supreme Court
A group of high school cheerleaders from southeast Texas asked the state Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule on whether banners emblazoned with Bible verses that they display at football games is protected free speech. 
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California school district shelves sex education text that prompted parents outrage
A Northern California school district is shelving a controversial sex education textbook with racy references to masturbation, sex toys and bondage.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tops box office
Studio estimates say “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” sliced off $65 million at the weekend box office. The Paramount comic-book adaptation featuring Megan Fox alongside computer-generated renditions of the pizza-eating, sewer-dwelling superheroes lunged into first place in its debut weekend.
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Nixon resigns Presidency
On August 9th 1974, President Richard M. Nixon resigned in the wake of the Watergate burglary scandal. He was the first president in American history to resign.
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Ford is inaugurated
On this day in 1974, one day after the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford is sworn in as president, making him the first man to assume the presidency upon his predecessor’s resignation.
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Major player in Obama eligibility booted from office
In an election-year stunner, Gov. Neil Abercrombie of Hawaii was ousted from office Saturday by state Sen. David Ige, who crushed the incumbent in the Democratic primary, despite a last-minute push for Abercrombie by President Barack Obama. Although he has been outspent by about 10 to 1, Ige defeated Abercrombie by a margin of 67 to 32 percent.
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Feminists declare war on transgenders
Women are not the same as men. That’s obvious to most. But a stunning conveyor of that message is radical feminists, who according to the New Yorker, are objecting to claims to womanhood made by men, otherwise known as transgenders.
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Former postmaster blasts USPS stamp choices
A former postmaster general and prominent stamp collector is accusing the U.S. Postal Service of “prostituting” its stamp program, sacrificing cultural icons for pop culture in a wrongheaded search for “illusory profits.”
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Smartphone App to help you avoid dangerous areas is obviously racist or something
What if you were moving to – or visiting – a city where you didn’t know your way around? And what if you were worried about wandering into a high crime area, but didn’t know the layout of the city?
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11 year old Cancer survivor invents chemo backpack for pediatric patients
An 11-year-old cancer survivor has used her own experience to invent a device that she hopes will make chemo treatments a little easier for other kids battling the disease, KDVR.com reported.
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Great Gift for Grandma? Retirees Love Tablets
Figures just out from communications regulator Ofcom suggest that tablets are becoming increasingly popular among the over-55s. It seems 28% of this group own one and for many, it has become a go-to main device.
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Astronauts cannot sleep properly in space
A new study by Harvard Medical School has found many astronauts suffer serious levels of sleep deprivation that could be putting their lives in danger. Scientists studied the sleep patterns of 64 astronauts on 80 space shuttle missions and 21 International Space Station (ISS) crew members before, during and after spaceflight.
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Show Notes 07/14/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 07/14/2013
Justice Department says it will consider whether to file civil rights charges in Zimmerman case
The Justice Department says it is looking into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin to determine whether federal prosecutors should file criminal civil rights charges now that George Zimmerman has been acquitted in the state case.
Military spending millions to protect gophers while workers go on furlough
A total of 650,000 civilian employees are now being furloughed at U.S. military bases in response to sequester cuts — but the Department of Defense is still spending millions to protect fuzzy critters.
New movement spreads “impeach Obama” message
There’s a new grass-roots movement developing across the country that likely isn’t going to mean good news for President Obama. The folks at Overpasses For Obama’s Impeachment are staging protests on those freeway overpasses across the country, calling for impeachment.
Summary of President Obama gun proposals
President Obama has unveiled a plan to address gun violence in the nation. The initiative consists of 23 executive actions and three presidential memoranda, most of which will require congressional approval. Many parts of the plan may have significant effects on states.

U.S. family jailed for Holder’s gun crimes

By now thanks to some “attack dog” Congressmen that would not back off the investigation of Fast and Furious, you should all know that the US Justice Department is in the hot seat. But did you know this?

From World Net Daily:
But while that investigation has dragged on, with Attorney General Eric Holder denying knowledge of the program, denying knowledge of who was involved and denying congressional investigators access to tens of thousands of documents that might answer those questions, New Mexico gun dealer Rick Reese and his two sons Ryin and Remington have sat rotting in separate detention centers, jails and prisons around the state accused of a similar crime involving some 30 guns. The Reese family, including Rick’s wife Terri, ran a gun shop in Deming, N.M., and was arrested in late August of 2011 on charges of knowingly selling guns to Mexican smugglers and various other related charges.

Please read the entire article and pass it around. This administration needs to go down in flames folks, starting with the President. I say IMPEACH his ass. Yea, I know it won’t happen in the Senate, but at least the American people will be given the chance to vet the President once and for all. He must be tried for “high crimes and misdemeanors”, like yesterday, for all the unconstitutional actions he has perpetrated on “We the People”