Show Notes 02/06/2014

Thursday Show 2/6/14
Administration eases restrictions on asylum seekers with loose terror ties
The Obama administration has unilaterally eased restrictions on asylum seekers with loose or incidental ties to terror and insurgent groups, in a move one senator called “deeply alarming.”
More of the Same From the Keynesians in 2014 
Mises Daily Thursday, January 23, 2014 by Harry GoslinThe first rule I teach my economics students is that when the economy fails, it’s usually safe to blame the government. To paraphrase Winston Smith in 1984: If we accept that the state is the source of economic misery, “all else follows.”
Air Force Thunderbirds, combat aircraft to fly again
Grounded since April because of budget cuts, many of the Air Force’s combat aircraft started flying again Monday, the military has announced.
Iowa town honors fallen Navy SEAL, his dog
A small northern Iowa town unveiled a statue honoring a Navy SEAL killed in 2011 in Afghanistan and his loyal dog remembered for lying beside the soldier’s casket.
Texas open carry group seeks spotlight on harassment of veterans and gun owners

“Recently we’ve unearthed some sickening corruption in a nearby town and it’s led to unlawful arrests and gun confiscations from two veterans that are also Oath Keepers,” a Friday Facebook message from James Franklin, Regional Director for Come and Take It Texas – West Texas Region, began.


Show Notes 02/02/14

Sunday Show 2/2/14
Groundhog Staten Island Chuck escapes from NYC mayor’s hands
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had a run-in with a disgruntled New Yorker who couldn’t wait to get away from him — weather-predicting groundhog Staten Island Chuck.
US abortion rate at lowest level since 1973, according to survey
The U.S. abortion rate declined to its lowest level since 1973, and the number of abortions fell by 13 percent between 2008 and 2011, according the latest national survey of abortion providers conducted by a prominent research institute.
Obama studying spending more … in Kenya
Now that an $87 million African trade-promotion project is reaching the end of its five-year run, the Obama administration might spend millions more to decide whether it wisely invested U.S. taxpayer dollars in the venture.
Alabama neurosurgeon walks 6 miles in snow storm to perform brain surgery
An Alabama neurosurgeon was at Brookwood Medical Center when he was needed six miles away for emergency brain surgery at Trinity Medical Center.
British museum says prototype for Noahs Ark was round
A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet from ancient Mesopotamia — modern-day Iraq — reveals striking new details about the roots of the Old Testament tale of Noah. It tells a similar story, complete with detailed instructions for building a giant round vessel known as a coracle — as well as the key instruction that animals should enter “two by two.”
Titans of evolution-creation debate go head to head
A debate over divine creation and evolution is about far more than just two beliefs about how humans came to be, according to Ken Ham, founder of Answers in Genesis.
Lunches seized from kids in debt at Salt Lake City elementary

Lukes said as far as she knew, she was all paid up. “I think it’s despicable,” she said. “These are young children that shouldn’t be punished or humiliated for something the parents obviously need to clear up.”

Show Notes: 05-17-2012

Links for Uncooperative Radio Show: Thursday 05/17/12

There were three volumes of Emmerich de Vattel’s The Law of Nations at The Philadelphia/Constitutional Convention of 1787.
*§ 212. Citizens and natives.*
The citizens are the members of the civil society; bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages.

The Vetting Barack of Obama Breitbart
News has obtained a promotional booklet produced in 1991 by Barack Obama’s then-literary agency, Acton & Dystel, which touts Obama as “born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.

Guest; Bob Shcultz from Give Me, a Constitutional lobby.

Quote from Alexander Hamilton

“The interpretation of the laws is the proper and peculiar province of the courts. A constitution is in fact, and must be, regarded by the judges as a fundamental law.

Dream act students sue to stop Senate filibuster
Illegal immigrant students and members of the House sued the Senate this week to try to overturn the upper chamber’s filibuster rule, arguing that the 60-vote supermajority requirement violates the Constitution and is blocking important legislation such as legalization for illegal immigrants.