Show Notes 11-01-2016

Tuesday 11-01-16

Ammon Bundy: ‘We will continue to stand’
We will continue to stand,” Ammon Bundy vowed Monday as he prepared to head this week to Nevada to face the next trial in his fight against the federal government after his stunning courtroom triumph in Oregon.
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Testimony: Stevens Went to Benghazi Mission on 9/11/12 So Clinton Could Announce on Upcoming Libyan Visit It Had Become Permanent U.S. Post
Greg Hicks testified as a whistleblower about Benghazi in 2013 in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Greg, who recently retired from the U.S. State Department, was the Deputy Chief of the U.S. Mission at the Embassy in Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the U.S. facilities in Benghazi and murdered four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.
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Muslims protest new TV show: Mogadishu Minnesota
An Oscar-winning Hollywood producer is being slammed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations for filming a pilot TV series about Somali refugees in Minneapolis.
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Angela Merkel migrant crisis worsens as Germany descends into lawlessness
Germany has been hit by a spate of horrendous violent crime including rapes, sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies, burglaries and drug trafficking.
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The next little ice age is already here Russian scientist claims
A new study by a prominent Russian astrophysicist claims the “new Little Ice Age” started at the end of 2015 due to low solar activity, kicking off decades of “deep cooling” in the latter half of the 21st Century.
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Highlights for children faces pressure to include gay families in magazines
Highlights for Children is popular among preschoolers and schoolkids and a fun way to learn to read, but the magazine recently became embroiled in a controversy over gay inclusion.
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Hundreds of companies are giving workers paid time off to vote
On Friday, Patagonia announced that the outdoor clothing and gear company would close all US stores on November 8, in an effort to encourage customers and employees to vote.
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YouTube Censors Video on … Left-Wing Censorship
What do you suppose happens on YouTube to a video that is a “discourse on the First Amendment and the tactics that progressives are using to limit speech and political engagement by conservatives”? Well, according to the Wall Street Journal, it falls victim to an algorithm with absolutely no sense of irony.
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Most college students think America invented slavery, professor finds
For 11 years, Professor Duke Pesta gave quizzes to his students at the beginning of the school year to test their knowledge on basic facts about American history and Western culture.
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Show Notes 03-03-2016

Thursday Show 03-3-16

Update on the aftermath of the Oregon Standoff
Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis has filed a complaint with the state bar against Ammon Bundy’s lawyers, contending their pretrial statements outside federal court and released recordings of their client will unfairly prejudice future jurors.
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More on the aftermath of the Oregon Standoff
They’re officers from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, staffing posts once held by anti-government protesters. But they’ll soon be gone, too, as the agency takes steps to return the compound to normal.
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Pacific Commander: China Heading Toward Operational, Tactical Control of Major U.S. Trade Route
If China continues to arm all of the bases they’ve reclaimed in the South China Sea…they will change the operational landscape in the region,” Admiral Harry Harris, head of U.S. Pacific Command, told a news conference on Thursday.
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US Admiral Proposes 4-Nation Effort to Safeguard Freedom of Navigation in Asian Waters
For the second time in ten days, a senior U.S. official has raised the prospect of joint U.S.-India naval patrols in a region where China’s expanding territorial and military ambitions have raised tensions, and this time the top U.S. military commander in the Pacific suggested widening the proposed cooperation to include Japan and Australia as well.
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Officials: Gun-toting veteran saves life of Bastrop deputy
Not thinking about his own life, a local Marine veteran jumped into action and stopped a man from reaching a Bastrop deputy’s gun as the suspect pummeled the officer during a struggle earlier this month.
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Army Veteran fired from CVS after trying to stop robbery
Not thinking about his own life, a local Marine veteran jumped into action and stopped a man from reaching a Bastrop deputy’s gun as the suspect pummeled the officer during a struggle earlier this month.
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A Year is Not 365 Days Long
The length of a year on Earth is defined by the time it takes our planet to complete a full orbit around the Sun. Called a tropical year, solar year, astronomical year or equinoctial year, it is approximately 365.242189 days long on average. Its length changes slightly over time.
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This Day in history
Silas Deane, Connecticut delegate to the Continental Congress, leaves for France on a secret mission on this day in 1776. The Committee of Congress for Secret Correspondence, consisting of Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Harrison, John Dickinson, John Hay and Robert Morris, instructed Deane to meet with French Foreign Minister Charles Gravier, comte de Vergennes, to stress America’s need for military stores and assure the French that the colonies were moving toward “total separation.
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Iranian refugees sew mouths shut to protest French camp demolition
Six Iranian migrants have sewed their mouths shut to protest the mass evictions and destruction of a large swath of a migrant camp in northern France in a desperate bid to bring attention to their plight.
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Top US Commander in Europe: Terrorists, Returning Fighters Now a ‘Daily’ Part of Refugee Flow
The top U.S. military commander in Europe told lawmakers Tuesday that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) is infiltrating the ranks of refugees entering Europe, and that terrorists, returning foreign fighters and criminals are now part of the “daily” flow.
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Muslim Migrants’ Mass Sexual Attacks at Shopping Center in Germany
Large scale police effort in Sophienhof in Kiel : Two asylum seekers from Afghanistan molested three young women aged 15 , 16 and 17 years on Thursday afternoon . As the young girls tried to escape, they were pursued by about 30 men.
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Show Notes 02-11-16

Thursday Show 02-11-16

FBI statements on end of Oregon standoff
This is from Greg Bretzing, special agent in charge of the FBI in Oregon:
This morning the FBI took into custody the four remaining occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge without incident and without shots fired. Rev. Franklin Graham and Michele Fiore were at the checkpoint to meet the occupiers as they left their encampment.
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Cliven Bundy arrested en route to Oregon standoff
Cliven Bundy, the 74-year-old Nevada rancher who ignited a national firestorm in 2014 when he engaged in an armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management authorities, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to interfere with a federal officer while traveling to Oregon.
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Terror has arrived: official calls for San Bernardino employees to be armed
Two months after terrorists gunned down 14 unarmed San Bernardino county workers in a gun-free zone, one local official is calling for county employees to be permitted to carry guns at work and have access to weapons at county facilities.
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January Gun Sales Set Yet Another Record
The FBI conducted more gun-related background checks this January than in any other January since the system was created. With 2,545,802 checks processed through the National Instant Background Check System, January 2016 beat the previous record, set in January 2013, by 50,326 checks.
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Secret Service posts signs barring guns at White House
The Secret Service has posted signs at the White House notifying visitors that they cannot bring weapons onto the grounds, stating, “WARNING: Weapons Prohibited.”
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Federal judge rejects Texas attempt to block Syrian refugees
Texas hit a major setback on Monday after a federal judge rejected its efforts to block Syrian refugees from resettling in the Lone Star State.
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ILLEGAL ALIENS RECEIVED $750 MILLION IN OBAMACARE SUBSIDIES
A new Senate report found that around 500,000 illegal aliens received up to $750 million in Obamacare subsides as of June 2015 despite the law specifically excluding them from the subsidies.
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Border agent: We might as well abolish our immigration laws altogether
In a shocking reversal of policy, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are being told to release illegal immigrants and no longer order them to appear at deportation hearings, essentially a license to stay in the United States, a key agent testified Thursday.
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Homeschoolers face criminal charges for missing paperwork
Authorities in Ohio have filed criminal charges against homeschool parents in two families, with trials  later this month that could result in fines and jail time if convicted.Read more at
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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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Show Notes 02-04-16

Thursday Show 02-04-16

Obama: ‘For More Than a Thousand Years People Have Been Drawn to Islam’s Message of Peace’
President Barack Obama said today in a speech at the Islamic Society of Baltimore that one fact that has not been “communicated on a regular basis through our media” is that “for more than a thousand years people have been drawn to Islam’s message of peace.”
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Federal grand jury indicts 16 people in Malheur refuge takeover
Ammon Bundy and 15 others accused in the armed takeover of a federal wildlife refuge — including four people who remain at the bird sanctuary — have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to impede federal officers through intimidation, threats or force.
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Poll: Uninsured sit on the sidelines as sign-up season ends
Most uninsured Americans are sitting on the sidelines as sign-up season under the federal health law comes to a close, according to a new poll that signals the nation’s historic gains in coverage are slowing.
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Genomic medicine: The future is now
Cancer care has made great strides over the past decade, and three little letters have made a huge difference in the journey: DNA.“Ideally, it would be great if we had one disease, with one mutation, with one treatment, with one drug, but unfortunately, that’s not the case,” said Dr. Shayma Kazmi, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist at CTCA.
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New Orleans can take down Rebel monuments — if someone agrees to do it
A judge ruled Tuesday that New Orleans can move forward with plans to take down its storied Confederate monuments, but the job is big, and won’t be easy.
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Phoenix council members vote to replace opening prayers with moment of silence
The Phoenix City Council voted Wednesday to end the longstanding tradition of prayer before meetings and replaced it with a moment of silence, preventing an address by a Satanist group and averting a lawsuit over constitutional rights.
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Sen. Lee Launches ‘Constitutional Rehabilitation’ Project: ‘Congress Has Recast Itself as the Back Seat Driver in American Politics’
Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) launched a new initiative in Congress Wednesday, described as a “network of House and Senate conservatives working together on a new agenda of government reform” that “focuses on congressional rehabilitation,” based on the original powers vested in Congress by Article 1 of the Constitution.
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Obama to call for $10-per-barrel oil tax to fund clean transport
President Obama will propose a $10 fee for every barrel of oil to be paid by oil companies in order to fund clean energy transport system, the White House announced Thursday — although Republicans were quick to declare the plan “dead on arrival” in Congress.
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Lawmaker Praises Choice in ‘On-Demand’ Market – Asks for Regulation Hearings
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) has pressed for a hearing on the regulatory implications of the “sharing economy”, which includes companies like Uber and Lfyt.
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Show notes 01-31-16

Show Notes 01-31-16

Oregon standoff: Last of the occupiers ‘hoping for a miracle’
Six miles beyond an FBI roadblock, the four remaining holdouts at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge huddled around a small fire Saturday and waited for divine intervention.
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The 10 most brilliant days in the world’s history
After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas night, George Washington’s small 1,200 man force confronted General Cornwallis’ 4,500 man British army. The night before the battle, Washington left his campfires burning and marched his army in absolute silence around the back of the British camp at Princeton, New Jersey. Guns were wrapped in heavy cloth to stifle any noise.
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Obama to make first visit of his presidency to US Mosque
President Obama will make the first visit during his presidency to a U.S. mosque, the White House announced Saturday, part of the administration’s push to promote religious tolerance at a time when rhetoric linking Islam with terrorism is growing.
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Plan to infuse small towns with Muslim migrants meets resistance
Rural folks in Montana are pushing back against plans by urban elites to plant hundreds of Muslims from the Third World into Helena and Missoula. They plan a protest rally at 10 a.m. Monday in front of the county courthouse in Missoula.
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Satanists to do invocation at Phoenix City Council meeting
Members of a satanic group will give the opening prayer at an upcoming Phoenix City Council meeting. Some council members have objected, but city attorney Brad Holm says the government cannot exclude a religion from praying under such circumstances.
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Hillary project on track to take her out
The Hillary Clinton Investigative Justice Project has reached its first threshold, having raised sufficient funds to continue its investigative series into the presidential candidate for illegal activities and to prepare a series of hard-hitting reports for WND that will lead to criminal charges being filed against her at the state level, if the Justice Department fails to indict her.
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DOD Will Allow Troops On Duty to Breastfeed
As part of his commitment to build the military “force of the future,” Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Thursday announced a series of “family-friendly” initiatives to attract and retain “the best America has to offer.” “We are not Google. We are not Walmart. We’re war fighters. But that doesn’t mean we should not be challenging ourselves just like the private sector,” Carter told reporters at the Pentagon.
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China strongly condemns US sending warship near island
China strongly condemned the United States after a US Navy warship deliberately sailed near one of the Beijing-controlled islands in the hotly contested South China Sea to exercise freedom of navigation and challenge China’s vast sea claims.
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Show Notes 01-28-2016

Thursday Show 01-28-16

Thousands’ called to Burns to tell FBI to leave after occupation leader’s arrest
The request for help came on the heels of the Wednesday night arrest of Jason Patrick, a Georgia roofer who had emerged as a leader among the remaining occupiers of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge after the takeover’s key planners, including Ammon Bundy and Ryan Payne, were taken into law-enforcement custody.
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3 reasons managers are afraid to hire Milennials
Millennials have a bad rap. Here’s how to overcome stereotypes to find the job you want. Ashlee, a Millennial, has an impressive academic and work record. She graduated with a 3.945 GPA while holding down three part-time jobs throughout the university.
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Footage shows dramatic barbershop shootout between suspects and CWP holders
Surveillance video shows a shootout between two concealed weapons holders and a pair of armed robbery suspects who tried to knock over a Fort Jackson Boulevard barbershop Friday night. The Columbia Police Department responded to an armed robbery call at Next Up Barber and Beauty shortly before 7 p.m. Friday.
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Female bow hunter receives death threats
he anti-hunting crowd has once again proven that they are far more violent than the hunters they seem to hate so much. Jen “The Archer” Cordaro, a prominent, female bow hunter from California revealed in a recent interview that she has received death threats after teaching children how to hunt.
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Attorney General defends executive actions on guns as legal
“The department is on notice,” Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., chairman of the subcommittee, told Lynch. “This subcommittee will have no part in undermining the Constitution and the rights that it protects.”
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Pro-lifers demand untainted Planned Parenthood grand jury
Operation Rescue, the pro-life organization that once bought a building housing an abortion clinic so it could shut down the clinic, is demanding a new “untainted” grand jury to look into allegations of criminal conduct by Planned Parenthood in Houston.
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‘Submission’ to Islam: Critics Slam Cover-Up of Rome’s Nude Statues for Iran’s President
Italian opposition politicians have lashed out at a decision to cover up classical statues ahead of a visit by Iranian President Hasan Rouhani to a world-famous Roman museum, for fear of offending his Muslim sensibilities.
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