Show Notes 04-28-2019

Sunday show notes 04-28-19

More Details Emerge on Boy Scouts’ ‘Perversion Files; Thousands of Boy Scout Leaders Face Child Sex Allegations
https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Sex-Abuse-Boy-Scouts-of-America-Lawsuits-BSA-508934291.html

Black Hawk Down veterans blast Ilhan Omar for ‘smearing’ US troops who died ‘to help her people’
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/defense-national-security/black-hawk-down-veterans-blast-ilhan-omar-for-smearing-us-troops-who-died-to-help-her-people

Pope Francis donates $500,000 to migrants at US border
https://abcnews.go.com/International/pope-francis-donates-500000-migrants-us-border/story?id=62675582

Trump: ‘Faith and Family, Not Government and Bureaucracy, Are the Center of American Life’
https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/trump-faith-and-family-not-government-and-bureaucracy-are-center-american-life

NEXT LGBT WEDDING-CAKE TRIAL SCHEDULED
https://www.wnd.com/2019/04/next-lgbt-wedding-cake-trial-scheduled/?cat_orig=faith

Notre Dame architect: Blaze was no accident
https://www.wnd.com/2019/04/notre-dame-architect-blaze-was-no-accident/#oVYAjh7AIKks6uQ7.99

Show Notes 01-24-2019

Thursday show notes 01-24-19

Twitter allows ‘verified’ calls for violence on pro-Trump teens
https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/twitter-allows-verified-calls-for-violence-on-pro-trump-teens/?cat_orig=us

Marvel Makes History with Its 1st Drag Queen Superhero
https://www.christianheadlines.com/contributors/michael-foust/marvel-makes-history-with-its-1st-drag-queen-superhero.html

Nathan Phillips not Vietnam vet, discharge papers show
https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/nathan-phillips-not-vietnam-vet-discharge-papers-show/#KIQKdZZfkYX1eUfj.99

Pope says fear of migrants can make people crazy
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pope-youth-migrants/pope-says-fear-of-migrants-can-make-people-crazy-idUSKCN1PH1NP

Wedding invitation designers say they’ll go to jail over LGBT case
https://www.foxnews.com/us/wedding-invitation-designers-say-theyll-go-to-jail-over-lgbt-case

Maduro Squeezed as Trump Recognizes Guaido and Protests Expand
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-23/trump-said-to-intend-to-recognize-guaido-as-venezuela-president

Show Notes 06-14-2018

Thursday show notes 06-14-18

Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018
Pomona, California police Officer Greggory Casillas, 30, was fatally shot March 9 after he and another officer chased a suspect who “barricaded himself in a bedroom” and “began firing through the door” as officers tried to contact him, Capt. Christopher Bergner of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told reporters. A second officer was injured, authorities said.
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Target Promotes LGBTQ Pride Month Products For Children
Target, the second largest retailer in the nation, is actively supporting and promoting LGBTQ Pride Month (June) and offering a variety of “Pride” products to customers of all ages, including children and babies.
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Petitions circulate after Transgender athletes take top spots in state competition
Two petitions are being circulated after Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood swept the competition at the state championships for girls track and field.
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Marxism Lives
If old Karl Marx, the embittered inventor of communism, could return from the grave, he would no doubt be surprised to find that most of the 10 planks of his Communist Manifesto, issued in 1848 in collaboration with Frederick Engels, have been happily adopted or are at least supported by Americans.
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275% Increase in Minimum Wage Puts DC Restaurants in a Bind
If a 10 percent tax on restaurant meals wasn’t enough to jack up the cost of dining in Washington, D.C., city residents just voted for a 275 percent increase in the minimum wage for tipped workers.
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Show Notes 06-08-2018

Friday Show Notes 06-08-18

Geologist finds massive Alaskan oil well on a hunch
Bill Armstrong, the CEO Opens a New Window. of Armstrong Oil & Gas, told FOX Business Opens a New Window. He risked a big chunk of his own money on a hunch that he spotted a large pool of oil in Alaska.
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Stormy Daniels’ new fragrance, Truth, getting mixed reaction on social media
Stormy Daniels took to social media on Wednesday morning to announce the release of Truth, her new “sensual pheromone infused” fragrance. Fans of the adult entertainer congratulated her on the news — with several vowing to pre-order the unisex perfume/cologne — but not everyone was as enthused by her announcement.
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Police officer helps turtle cross road in torrential downpour
A Maryland police officer is winning praise for helping one of the smallest residents in her city – a snapping turtle – cross the road, in torrential downpour.
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It spreads: libraries push cross-dressing on young kids
Some libraries today have moved far beyond their historic purpose of being a resource for books, music, movies, maps and reference materials. Now they’re pushing cross-dressing for children with their “Drag Story Hours.”
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Kraft Heinz paying kids slapped with lemonade stand fines
Kraft Heinz paying kids slapped with lemonade stand finesKids getting busted and fined by cops for running neighborhood lemonade stands without permits could come to an end this summer—thanks to food giant Kraft Heinz.
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Opa-locka officers pitch in to help homeless family
A homeless family of six living out of their car has been given a new chance at life with a temporary home. The Opa-locka Police Department pitched in along with members of the community to help provide the family with a new home.
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Ben Carson: HUD Now Measuring Success by How Many People ‘Graduate Out’ of Gov’t Programs
Freedom from government programs, not increased dependence on them, is the new measure of success, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Dr. Ben Carson said Monday.
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Bison gores California woman at Yellowstone National Park, officials say
A California woman was gored by a bison in Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday, park officials said. Kim Hancock, 59, of Santa Rosa, was in a crowd of people walking along a boardwalk at Fountain Paint Pot in the Lower Geyser Basin when the attack occurred, according to a statement from Yellowstone.
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‘Gigantic’ moose chases Utah golfers in viral video
A “gigantic” moose on the loose in Utah gave a pair of Memorial Day golfers a serious scare in a clip that has since gone viral on Facebook. Mark Redican and his wife were enjoying a round at Park City Golf Club when a staffer informed the couple that the massive mammal was in the area, Fox 19 reported.
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Giant gators surround couple during ‘snappy’ proposal at Florida theme park
A Belgian couple visiting Florida celebrated their engagement on Sunday surrounded by a group of onlookers with rather toothy grins. In the photos posted by Gatorland in Orlando, Sam van Reeth can be seen proposing to his now-fiancée, Chana Vranken, with a swarm of alligators in the background.
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Show Notes 02-03-2018

Saturday Show 02-3-18 

Nunes memo aims at Russia probe, backfires on Trump and GOP
When the House Intelligence Committee finally did its dramatic reveal of the so-called Nunes memo, several things were immediately clear — and all were bad for committee chairman Devin Nunes and President Trump , the man his efforts were ultimately intended to benefit.
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K is for ‘Kink’: Some gay-rights activists push to add letter to expanding LGBTQ acronym
Some members of the gay-rights community are adding the letter ‘K,’ for “kink,” to the ever-expanding acronym of identities.
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Not every high-paying job requires a four-year college degree
That’s an idea that many companies have been slow to embrace but it’s one that has gained acceptance since IBM (NYSE: IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty wrote an open letter on the subject in November 2016.
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Fed orders Wells Fargo to halt ‘growth’ over compliance issues
The Federal Reserve Board said in a statement that it “would restrict the growth of the firm until it sufficiently improves its governance and controls. Concurrently with the Board’s action, Wells Fargo will replace three current board members by April and a fourth board member by the end of the year.”
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Moscow to US: If You Don’t Like Being Buzzed by Our Fighters, Stay Away From ‘Russia’s Borders’
Russia’s foreign ministry accused the United States Thursday of deliberately stirring up “Russophobic” sentiment by making a “fuss” about a U.S. Navy surveillance plane being buzzed over the Black Sea, while the defense ministry advised U.S. military aircraft to steer clear of Russia’s purported borders.
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MAXINE WATERS: Russia is out to get me!
Maxine Waters now sees a Russian behind every mailbox and lamp post. During an anti-Trump tirade at an urban housing event, the California congresswoman went on a stem winder about Russia and the Kremlin’s alleged love for the American president.
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Trump grants 6,900 Syrians temporary permission to stay
The Trump administration has extended temporary protection for nearly 7,000 Syrians in living in the US as war continues to ravage their country. They were shielded from deportation under a humanitarian programme, Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
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CAIR Slams Trump’s Move to Keep Gitmo Open; ‘Exclusively Muslim-Populated Military Prison’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Hamas Cries Foul After US Designates Its Leader as ‘Global Terrorist’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Will the Next Cold War Be Powered by Artificial Intelligence?
It is easy to confuse the current geopolitical situation with that of the 1980s. The United States and Russia each accuse the other of interfering in domestic affairs. Russia has annexed territory over U.S. objections, raising concerns about military conflict.
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New ‘Hologram’ Device Levitates Particles to Create 3D Objects in Thin Air
In the real world, though, looking at a hologram isn’t so much like looking at a physical object. Lasers need to be used to project the image onto some medium, like a sheet of plastic and glass, which bends and reflects the light so the image appears three dimensional to a viewer.
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The Race to the Dan – January 18th to February 15th, 1781
Immediately after the embarrassing defeat at Cowpens (SC) on January 17th, British Lt. General Charles, Lord Cornwallis decided that he wanted his captured men back, and he wanted to teach the upstart Patriots a lesson about “messing with the British Army.”
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Show Notes 12-23-2017

Saturday Show 12-23-17

Trump calls on media to stay for prayers: ‘A good solid prayer and they’ll be honest’
Prior to a Cabinet meeting on Thursday, President Donald Trump asked HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson to start the meeting with a prayer and the president also asked reporters to stay for the prayer, saying they “need the prayer more than I do” and that it might help the media to “be honest.”
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Judge dismisses emoluments clause lawsuit against Trump
A federal judge in New York dismissed one of the lawsuits against President Trump’s business dealings, ruling Thursday that a watchdog group didn’t have standing to challenge whether the president’s continued connection to his hotel chain violates the Constitution’s emoluments clause.
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Rabbis Protest Trump’s Re-Nomination of Obama LGBT Agenda Architect Chai Feldblum
A coalition of rabbis is criticizing the Trump administration for re-nominating radical sexual identity activist Chai Feldblum to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
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Chappaquiddick’ Trailer Reveals Unsavory Ted Kennedy
If anybody feared that the upcoming Chappaquiddick movie would be a whitewash of Ted Kennedy, the recently released trailer should disabuse them of that notion. Legal Insurrection describes the movie as the “portrait of a weasel.”
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Alaska’s Pebble Mine moves closer to fruition as permitting process begins
A proposed gold and copper mine that nearly got buried by the Obama administration moved closer to reality when its developers filed new permits with the federal government.
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Trump’s making American mining great again
Lost amid this week’s tumultuous vote on a tax-cut bill, President Trump signed an executive order that may be even more important: guaranteeing America has a reliable supply of the critical materials needed to produce modern-era weapons as well as popular consumer goods.
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Religious Leaders: ‘Gender Ideology Harms Individuals and Societies,’ Rejects ‘Reason
In a Dec. 15 open letter entitled “Created Male and Female,” religious leaders of various denominations in the United States denounced “gender ideology” as a rejection of reason and science, which “harms individuals and socieities,” especially children.
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How to win the war on Christmas: Just surrender
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. To practicing Christians and even some nonbelievers who just like the season’s hope and joy, Christmas is the capstone of the year.
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86-year-old woman with dementia warms up to Santa ─ and makes him cry
An 86-year-old woman deep in the throes of dementia came out to the surface briefly when she encountered her beloved Santa in a photo studio in a New Mexico mall.
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Why Would Christians Go Christmas Caroling Outside an Abortion Clinic?
A young woman sits in the waiting room of American Women’s Medical Center on Chicago’s northwest side, waiting to be called back to the operating room for her procedure. Even now, she’s unsure about the choice she’s made.
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A beautiful example of American defiance in World War II
The Battle of the Bulge was the largest and bloodiest battle fought by the U.S. during World War II. It involved 610,000 Americans, 55,000 British, and 72,000 Free French, fighting along Europe’s Western Front for nearly 40 days. There were 89,000 American casualties and over 100,000 German casualties.
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