Show Notes 10-10-2018

Wednesday show notes 10-10-18

Honeybees, in decline for decades, finding new homes in unusual places
Between the rumblings of rolling suitcases and idling aircraft engines, some travelers may miss the new buzzing sound at the world’s busiest airport.
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The US military is planning a serious showdown with China that would be a significant show of force on tense tides and involve American warships and aircraft
The US military is reportedly planning to put on a serious show of force in contested waters from the South China Sea to the Taiwan Strait as a warning to China and a reminder of the United States’ ability to rapidly confront and counter any potential adversaries.
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Trump has China quaking in its boots
With China still running a record trade surplus with the US, it seems premature — to say the least — to say that Trump has won his long-overdue trade war with China.
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Veterans are sleeping in their cars at VA medical centers
Billy Bryels, a retired Vietnam Veteran and double Purple Heart awardee, told Fox News he slept in his car several times because of the high hotel costs, much like several of his fellow veterans.
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Army Chief: Pass New Combat Fitness Test or ‘Hit the Road’
The secretary of the Army said Monday he has no doubt that soldiers will “rise to the challenge to meet the requirements” of the new Army Combat Fitness Test in October 2020.
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Medal of Honor’ Documentary Series Brings Hero Stories to Netflix
Oscar-winning filmmaker Robert Zemeckis (“Forrest Gump”) and Oscar-winning documentarian James Moll (“The Last Days”) have joined forces to create “Medal of Honor,” a new series that profiles eight men who received the Medal of Honor in recognition of their heroism in combat.
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Show Notes 10-02-2018

Tuesday Show 10-02-18

Facebook admits breach of 50 million users
Facebook has been plagued with yet another security breech, announcing that unknown attackers stole data from 50 million users, enabling the attackers to “seize control” of the accounts.
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Former Google Scientist: Oversight of ‘Unethical’ Company Is ‘Urgently Needed’
Jack Poulson, a former senior research scientist at Google, sent a letter to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation calling the company “unethical” and stating that oversight of the company is “urgently needed” after resigning from the Silicon Valley titan over its censored China search project.
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Tech icon: ‘New order’ on web underway
Just as the Justice Department and lawmakers threaten antitrust action against Google, Facebook and others, a new market-based challenge has been launched that may be a harbinger of the decentralized web of unlimited entrepreneurship envisioned by tech prophet George Gilder.
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Gun raffle for high school soccer team bothers ex-students
Some former students of Dodge County High School are bothered after learning through Facebook that 30 guns were being raffled in September to benefit the soccer team, the Telegraph of Macon reported.
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Media Relaunches Effort To Blame Mexican Violence On American Guns
When President Obama first tried to blame Mexican violence from drug cartels on American firearms. It was a feeble attempt, but he gave it a shot anyway.
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The first “social network” of brains lets three people transmit thoughts to each other’s heads
In recent years, physicists and neuroscientists have developed an armory of tools that can sense certain kinds of thoughts and transmit information about them into other brains. That has made brain-to-brain communication a reality.
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Veteran on mission to combat suicide in military community
For one Navy veteran, his obligation to serve and protect others did not end when he completed his active duty career. Veteran Navy officer Eric Golnick instead has dedicated his life’s work to bettering veteran care.
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Show Notes 08-13-2018

Monday show notes 08-13-18

V.A facility in D.C. resembles ‘3RD world hospital
A retired U.S. Marine Corps gunnery sergeant and prominent veterans advocate is fuming after new revelations that the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington is failing to meet even the most basic medical standards.
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One of the greatest Coast Guard rescues to be celebrated
As strong winds blew in the afternoon of Aug. 16, 1918, an explosion offshore rattled windows in Rodanthe North Carolina. A German U-boat had torpedoed the Mirlo, a British tanker loaded with gasoline, seven miles from shore.
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Navy Plane Gets Warning During Flight Over South China Sea
The U.S. military had unusually strong words for Beijing over social media on Saturday after recent reports that an American reconnaissance plane had been warned to “leave immediately” during a flight near China’s man-made islands in the contested South China Sea.
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West Virginia lawmakers impeach 3 state Supreme Court justices, citing ‘over-the-top’ spending
West Virginia lawmakers, seeking to remove every justice on the state’s four-member Supreme Court amid what they called an “over-the-top” spending scandal, impeached three justices on Monday, including Chief Justice Margaret Workman.
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FL Police Union Official Backs Call to Return Dolphins Tickets Over Anthem Protests
Police and other law enforcement should return their tickets to future Miami Dolphins games to make a statement after three players protested during the national anthem in Week 1 of preseason, a police union official said.
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Show Notes 07-13-2018

Friday Show Notes 07-13-18

Donald Trump and Theresa May meet amid Brexit storm
Donald Trump has said the UK will “probably not” get a trade deal with the US, if the prime minister’s Brexit plan goes ahead. He told The Sun the PM’s plan would “probably kill the deal” as it would mean the US “would be dealing with the European Union” instead of with the UK.
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LIP-SYNCING COPS TRIGGER LITIGIOUS ANTI-RELIGION GROUP
Police officers across the country are putting their lip-syncing skills to the test these days, challenging each other to try and top THAT. Norfolk, Virginia, “danced and grooved” to “Uptown Funk,” said a report from LoHud.com, and they promptly challenged Yorktown, Ossining and Suffern officers.
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Chick-fil-A ranked top fast food restaurant in U.S.
For the third year in a row, Chick-fil-A has been named America’s top fast food restaurant according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s annual survey.
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Flash mob surprises Chick-fil-A with a capella gospel song
A group of Acapella singers at a Chick-fil-A in Nashville surprised onlookers by breaking out in song last Saturday, and footage of the uplifting moment is now going viral on Facebook.
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COURT: CLOCK BOY, FATHER, ON HOOK FOR $200,000 LEGAL FEES
A Texas appeals court has affirmed the dismissal in its entirety of a defamation lawsuit filed by Mohamed Mohamed on behalf of himself and his son, the “clock boy” who took to school a device that looked like a briefcase bomb and then cashed in on the ruckus with multiple television appearances and the like.
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Custom Ford Mustang honoring America’s WW II Eagle Squadrons to be auctioned for charity
The Ford Mustang may have been named after an American fighter plane, but now there’s one disguised as a British Spitfire that was built to honor U.S. vets from World War II.
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THE ERA RETURNS! LONG-FAILED PLAN FOCUS OF DISCUSSION AGAIN
That’s the controversial proposal from the 1970s that would amend the U.S. Constitution to state,
“Equality of rights under the law shall not be abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”
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Show Notes 06-29-2018

Friday Show Notes 06-29-18

Trump to ‘Extremist’ Democrats: ‘We Will Not Tolerate Attacks’ on ‘Courageous’ ICE Agents, Border Patrol
President Trump called out “extremist Democrat politicians” during a rally in Fargo, North Dakota on Wednesday, blasting the recent attacks by open borders activists on Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.
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Texas city to fly 40,000 American flags, one at every home, on 4th of July
A North Texas city will proudly display its patriotism by flying more than 40,000 American flags that will be displayed in front of every home, business and place of worship on the Fourth of July.
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United flight aborts takeoff at Phoenix airport: ‘Pilot slammed on the brakes,’Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport officials say no one was injured when a United aircraft aborted takeoff just seconds before departure. United Flight 1600, which was scheduled to fly from Phoenix to Newark, N.J., pulled off the runway on Friday morning after a possible issue with overheated brakes, airport officials confirmed to Fox 10.
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American money flowing back into America
Despite President Trump’s tit-for-tat trade barbs, America’s CEOs are not wasting anytime in taking advantage of his tax reform plan. Over $300 billion was repatriated to the U.S. in the first quarter, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) — the most on record.
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Fine print on gun control petitions causes ruckus
A gun-rights organization has written to promoters of the new Initiative 1639 in Washington state warning the paper petitions they are asking voters to sign don’t comply with state law because of the “maze of fine print.”
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California Supreme Court Upholds ‘Impossible’ Gun Control Law
The Supreme Court of California upheld a micro-stamping requirement for semiautomatic handguns Thursday — even though the technology does not exist to allow manufacturers to comply.
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2nd Amendment Under Attack: Gun Manufacturer Targeted By Corporate America
Think the Second Amendment isn’t under attack? Think again. My buddy Gary Ramey and his gun business are proof.
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Father of Benghazi Victim: Terrorist’s ‘Light’ Sentence ‘Does Nothing to Discourage’ Future Attacks
The father of murdered CIA contract officer Tyrone Woods reacted to the Benghazi attack “mastermind” getting sentenced to only 22 years in prison.
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100-year-old Harley-Davidson returns from France to honor American WWI vets
Christophe de Goulaine presses a small button to prime the carburetor, then gives the starter a kick. It doesn’t work. Again, he thrusts his body up and down, foot on the lever.
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4 Things All Troops Hear When Going On Holiday Leave
Remember when going on leave for the holidays got you a hearty “have fun!” from your fellow military personnel or command? You sent that last email, powered down your computer and headed for the sweet, sweet, freedom of a few days out of uniform and away from work.
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Show Notes 04-20-2018

Friday Show Notes 04-20-18

Let me tell you what President Trump is doing for my employees and my community
For those of us living in the real world (i.e., outside the Washington, D.C. Beltway), the recent media hyperventilation over Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt’s living and security arrangements is just a bunch of hot air.
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Looking for old Military buddies? here’s how to find them
The tool is called TruthFinder, and it is designed for people who need a more powerful search option than Facebook or LinkedIn. Let’s face it, your military buds are of an age where they have better things to do than hang around on social media.
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City suspends Jacksonville inspector over military flag flak
The city of Jacksonville, Florida has suspended a code inspector who sparked controversy Monday after she issued a warning citation to a Westside business over military flags and then was caught on surveillance video in a confrontation with a customer who objected to the citation.
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Thunderbirds Back in the Air After Deadly Crash
The Air Force Thunderbirds have resumed flight training following the death of fellow pilot Maj. Stephen “Cajun” Del Bagno, the team’s commander said Wednesday.
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Social services under fire for forced strip search on a 3 year old
Two forced strip-searches of a child by authorities at a Head Start program prompted by vague claims from an unreliable source could be considered child abuse, argues a friend-of-the-court brief urging the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to revive a lawsuit.
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