Show Notes 09-13-2018

Thursday show notes 09-13-18

Minnesota firefighters rescue bear after his head gets trapped in milk jug
Firefighters in northern Minnesota recently came to the rescue of a black bear after he got his head stuck in a 10-gallon milk jug. The 150-pound bear was in quite the predicament last week in the Roseau area when officers with the state’s Department of Natural Resources tried to free him.
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NYPD officers arrested in prostitution, gambling probe
Seven New York City police officers were arrested Wednesday as part of a wide-ranging gambling and prostitution inquiry, multiple media outlets reported. According to the New York Post, the investigation centered on a retired vice detective who operated multiple brothels in Brooklyn and Queens with his prostitute wife.
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Evergreen State sees ‘catastrophic’ drop in enrollment after social justice meltdown
Evergreen State College enrollment plummeted after fallout from the controversial “Day of Absence” in May 2017 when all white people were asked to leave the campus.
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Illegals cited in theft of 39 million Social Security numbers
Describing a “thriving black market,” an immigration reform agency reports IRS records show 39 million Social Security numbers have been stolen by illegal immigrants to obtain jobs.
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New Mexico compound residents indicted by feds
Five residents of a ramshackle desert compound were indicted Tuesday on firearms and conspiracy charges. Federal prosecutors in New Mexico say the group was preparing for violent attacks on government, military, educational and financial institutions.
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The Top Five Ways Obama Attacked the Free Press
It’s been over a year and a half since Obama left office, but it still bothers me hearing him speak. Between his trying to take credit for the Trump economy and his claim that he, unlike Trump, didn’t “threaten the freedom of the press,” it’s hard not to get angry when he speaks because virtually everything he says is a lie.
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Show Notes 08-02-2018

Thursday show notes 08-02-18

Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film Makes Incendiary Claims About Democrats’ History
Death of a Nation’ premieres in Los Angeles on Tuesday where several prominent conservatives in Hollywood and in politics are expected to walk the red carpet.
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Vietnam vet killed by police after fighting off naked intruder who attacked his grandson
Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War was fatally shot by police in his home after he shot and killed a naked intruder who was attacking his grandson.
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TRUMP SURPRISES LIMBAUGH TO CELEBRATE 30 YEARS
On the 30th anniversary of the commencement of his national radio program, Rush Limbaugh took a high-priority call Wednesday that caught the veteran broadcaster off guard.
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Paul Kengor: ‘A Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism and Socialism’
Communism wanted to disrupt the social order, particularly when it comes to property, which is the opposite of the goal of conservatism, author and professor Paul Kengor said Wednesday at the Young America’s Foundation’s National Conservative Student Conference in Washington, D.C.
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More than 450 people in Florida ordered to give up guns under new law, report says
Hundreds of gun owners in Florida have been ordered to give up their guns under a new law that took effect after the deadly Parkland shooting in February, according to a report published Monday.
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Sen. Schumer on 3D Guns: Trump Administration ‘Enslaved by the NRA’
Commenting on President Donald Trump’s remarks about the private sector publishing the blueprints for printing 3D guns, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the administration is “enslaved” by the National Rifle Association (NRA), and when the NRA “says jump, they say, how high?
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Show Notes 09-09-2017

Saturday Show 9-9-17

Father of murdered Florida Mother reveals suspected killer was DACA recipient
The father of a Florida woman murdered outside a bar in Naples, Florida has revealed that the man who allegedly shot his daughter was a convicted illegal alien protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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Southwest staffer’s surprise note comforts grieving mother
According to the Daily Mail, 48-year-old Tricia Belstra was on a Southwest Airlines flight from Colorado to Indiana to attend the funeral of her 25-year-old son Kyle who committed suicide in August after breaking up with his long-time girlfriend.
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Deputies must stand trial over home invasion
Two deputies in the Gillespie County, Texas, sheriff’s office stand trial on charges of unreasonable search and seizure after they staged a standoff with a local family, demanding to enter and inspect their home because of a tip from an unknown person.
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Woman with brain cancer who chose baby instead of chemotherapy has died
A Michigan woman who chose to forego cancer treatments that would have prolonged her life but ended her pregnancy died Saturday, three days after giving birth to her sixth child.
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Cheers for your first abortion?
In the wake of the 2015 videos exposing the horrific Planned Parenthood racket around dead baby parts, a gaggle of feminists created a social media campaign called #ShoutYourAbortion with the aim of dispelling all “sadness, shame, or regret” about abortions. One should shout about it with pride and even joke about it.
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New evidence backs Trump vote-Fraud claim
The discovery that more than 6,000 people used out-of-state driver’s licenses to vote in New Hampshire last November bolsters Donald Trump’s claim he lost the state because thousands of Massachusetts residents came in to vote.
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Feminist Icon Germaine Greer: ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner Woman of the Year Award is ‘Misogynist’
Feminist and best selling author Germaine Greer, who is considered one of the most influential women of the last 70 years, said that honoring Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner with Glamour magazine’s Women of the Year Award was “misogynist” because it essentially affirmed that a man, through surgery, can “be a better woman” than someone “who is just born a woman.”
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Holocaust Museum removes study that critics say whitewashed Obama’s Syria policy
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum officially removed a study Tuesday that whitewashed former President Barack Obama’s Syrian policy after Jewish and Syrian human rights groups criticized the report.
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Justice sides with baker in religious liberty case
The Justice Department on Thursday filed a brief supporting the Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple on faith-based grounds, in the latest religious freedom case to be considered before the nation’s highest court.
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Catholic League to Durbin: Ever Questioned Faith of Non-Catholic Nominees?
In response to the grilling by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) of Appeals Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett about her Catholic faith during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, the Catholic League sent public letters to the senators asking if they have probed the faith of non-Catholic nominees in a similar way and, if so, to provide information on those exchanges.
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Demographic tables turn as white Christians now minority in US
The share of Americans who identify as white and Christian has dropped below 50 percent, a transformation fueled by immigration and by growing numbers of people who reject organized religion altogether, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
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Show Notes 07-01-17

Saturday Show 7-1-17

New York Times newsroom walks out as editors, reporters decry direction of paper
Editors and reporters in the New York Times Co. newsroom have broken their silence concerning growing frustrations regarding the direction of the paper. Staffers at the New York Times staged a newsroom walk out on Thursday as a demonstration of solidarity as management threatens job cuts.
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MSNBC fires Greta Van Susteren, replaces her with liberal host
Greta Van Susteren is out at MSNBC less than six months after she started at the cable channel. Van Susteren broke the news of her own ouster Thursday, tweeting “I’m out at MSNBC” shortly before the network issued its own announcement.
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Brzezinski Says She Knew She Was Provoking the President; ‘We Sometimes Mock Him’
Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” appeared in the show’s 7 a.m. hour on Friday to discuss President Trump’s tweets about “Crazy Mika” and “Psycho Joe.”
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Blind recruitment trial to boost gender equality making things worse, study reveals
A measure aimed at boosting female employment in the workforce may actually be making it worse, a major study has found. Public service leaders are being told to “hit pause” on blind recruitment trials.
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CBO: Income Taxes Up 9.5% Next Year; But Debt Climbs More Than $1 Trillion
Unless current laws are changed, federal individual income tax collections will increase by 9.5 percent in fiscal 2018, which begins on Oct. 1, according to data released today by the Congressional Budget Office.
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Christie-backed bill to control Horizon’s surplus clears first hurdle
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, has given his support to a bill that would allow the state government to take money from the reserve fund of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, a private, not-for-profit health insurance provider that is the largest in the state.
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Father, teen son choke kidnapper, shoot him 5 times during attempted robbery
A kidnapper was choked and shot five times during a deadly confrontation after he forced a father and son to drive to an ATM at gunpoint early Wednesday, DeKalb County police said.
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Czech parliament moves to legalise firearm ownership
The lower house of the Czech parliament has agreed to alter the constitution so that firearms can be held legally when national security is threatened.
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Trump Administration Targets Violent Crime in Chicago with Gun Strike Force
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday the creation of a gun strike force to reduce violent crime in Chicago, making good on President Donald Trump’s campaign promise that he would address the matter.
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Bunker Hill
“Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes!” commanded Colonel William Prescott, repeating the order of General Israel Putnam, June 17, 1775. Colonel William Prescott’s men were in the center redoubt located on Breed’s Hill, adjacent Bunker Hill, guarding the north entrance to Boston Harbor.
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Show Notes 07-17-2016

Sunday Show 7-17-16

Washington state restaurant apologizes for asking cops not to eat there
Lucky’s Teriyaki is apologizing and is offering free meals to law enforcement officers after word spread that the restaurant in Washington state didn’t want law enforcement to dine there.
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Elderly Couple Facing Eviction After Grandson Allegedly Scams Them Out of Their Home
This elderly couple never imagined the day they would face eviction from their California home, or that such an ordeal would allegedly be the work of their beloved grandson.
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Pokémon players shot at in Palm Coast, Fla.
Pokémon Go has led to muggings, car crashes, cliff rescues — and now a shooting.
A 19-year-old man and his 16-year-old friend were sitting in a car on Primrose Lane playing Pokémon Go around 1:30 a.m., when a man walked out of his house nearby and fired shots at the car, according to a news release from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
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State AGs, Green Groups Subpoenaed Over ‘Coordinated’ Attack on Climate Change Skeptics
The state attorneys general of New York and Massachusetts and eight environmental groups that have accused climate change skeptics of lying to the public are now themselves the subject of a congressional probe.
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U.S. air operations halted at Turkey air base
Political instability in Turkey, a NATO member and critical U.S. partner in the fight against terrorism, is already threatening to have an impact on the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
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Beware the Soros zombies
Billionaire George Soros has funded liberal organizations intent on bringing confusion, disarray and trouble to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week. And they’ve already had some victories.
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Show Notes 07-10-2016

Sunday Show 07-10-16

Pesky geese to become food for the homeless
Pesky geese at two parks in Maryland will soon be turned into food for the homeless, after attempts to control their population by non-lethal methods over the years have failed.
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Justice Department Cuts Off Federal Law Enforcement Grants To Sanctuary Cities
In a surprise move on Thursday, the Obama Justice Department adopted new policies that will deny federal law enforcement grants to some “sanctuary cities.”Justice Department Cuts Off Federal Law Enforcement Grants To Sanctuary Cities
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Stock market shakes off  Brexit losses
The U.S. stock market has completely recovered from the shock of June’s Brexit vote. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Friday up 250 points, putting it at a level above where the market stood before the British referendum upended the globe.
http://thehill.com/policy/finance/287059-stock-market-shakes-off-brexit-losses

Terminally Ill Teen Wants 10,000 Cards for His 14th Birthday: ‘They Make Me Feel Better’
The best medicine for this Arizona teen suffering from terminal illness is 10,000 cards, delivered to him in time for his birthday.
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Obama Pushes More Federal Oversight of Cops After Dallas Attack on Cops
President Barack Obama is harnessing the increasing attacks on police in Dallas — and the periodic shootings of people by stressed cops — to push his agenda to federalize state and local police forces.
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What does Dallas’s ‘bomb robot’ mean for the future of policing?
Police cornered a suspect, now known to be Micah Johnson, in a downtown parking garage around 11 p.m. As negotiators tried to talk him out of the parking deck over a series of hours, news came out that five of the officers had died.
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Kevin Sorbo: ‘Country is Falling Apart…Our Forefathers are Turning Over in Their Graves’
“It’s crazy what is going on in our country.” That’s the opinion of actor Kevin Sorbo, who recently spoke with CNSNews.com about culture, Christian films, and his newest project, playing Joseph the father of Jesus in the film “Joseph and Mary.”
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Early presidents knew perils of centralized banks
Economist Milton Friedman stated: “Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it.” Over the objections of Thomas Jefferson, the nation’s first centralized bank was created.
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CRITICIZING HOMOSEXUALITY NOW ‘CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY’?
A motion for summary judgment has been filed in federal court in Massachusetts seeking the end to a lawsuit by a coalition of Ugandan “gays” who contend an American pastor was not protected by the First Amendment when he was speaking in the United States about homosexuality.
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Saying sorry: What’s behind Turkey’s new thaw with Russia
The diplomatic crisis moved fast last November when Turkey shot down a Russian jet fighter, accusing it of violating Turkish airspace during a bombing run in Syria.
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In message to Russia, U.S. will send 1,000 rotating troops to Poland
The United States will send about 1,000 troops to Poland as part of what the alliance says is the biggest deployment of NATO personnel since the end of the Cold War.
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US expels 2 Russians after US diplomat attacked in Moscow
The United States last month expelled two Russian officials in response to an attack on an American diplomat by a Russian policeman in Moscow, the State Department said Friday, in a development that was sure to further strain already tense bilateral relations.
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Show Notes 06-30-2016

Thursday Show 6-30-16

Russian harassment of US diplomats reportedly includes break-ins, dog-killing
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s security agencies allegedly have ramped up their intimidation of American diplomats across Europe in ways that would be illegal in the United States: harassment, breaking and entering, and in at least one case, killing a man’s dog.
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One-armed ISIS commander eyed as mastermind of Istanbul massacre
The mastermind of Tuesday’s Istanbul airport massacre appears to be a one-armed Chechen terrorist who trained Russian-speaking militants, had a long history of supporting terror and was known as “Akhmed One-Arm,” according to several government documents and regional media reports.
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Dems: Clinton never personally denied Benghazi security
Democrats on the House Benghazi panel said in a report that security at the Libya facility the night of Sept. 11, 2012 was “woefully inadequate,” but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never personally denied any requests from diplomats for additional protection.
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Bozell: Rep. Gowdy’s Job Was ‘To Get To The Truth’ About Benghazi — ‘He Punted’
In reaction to the report released today by the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which was investigating the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, where four Americans were murdered, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell said it was the committee chairman’s job “to get to the truth, and he punted.”
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Poll explores whether Americans know enough to pass citizenship test
Sure, you can fire up a barbecue and set off fireworks. But as the Fourth of July weekend approaches, do you know enough about the United States to become a citizen?
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Forced diversity training backfires claims Harvard study
Diversity might be a good thing, but forced training in tolerance not only fails in the business world, it backfires, according to a new Harvard study.
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Mowing the lawn can be injurious to youngsters, report finds
Getting children to mow the lawn is a common way to teach them responsibility. But a new study found that more than 9,000 youngsters are injured in the U.S. every year while mowing the lawn.
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Illinois Police Officers Sue Their Dept. Over ‘Always On’ Body Cams
Police officers in Illinois have sued the Village of Round Lake Park in federal court after discovering that their body cameras were always on and recording them in private situations, such as when they were changing clothes or using the restroom.
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