Show notes 07-03-2018

Tuesday Show 07-03-18

Short presidency short presidency, big legacy
One bullet grazed his elbow, but a second lodged in the back of President James Garfield, who was shot July 2, 1881, as he waited in a Washington, D.C., train station. The assassin was Charles Guiteau, a free-love polygamist who had been a member the communist cult called “Oneida Community.”
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Three Presidents Have Died on the Fourth of July – Two on the SAME DAY
Three of the first five American presidents died on the Fourth of July, and one has since been born on the national holiday celebrating U.S independence.
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Network Coverage of Wildfire Ceases Once Suspect Is Revealed as Illegal Alien
Network news outlets have abruptly stopped covering the Spring Fire in Colorado, which previously had been receiving consistent airtime since late June. Read More

Indiana church protests Trump’s immigration policies by holding Jesus, Mary and Joseph in ‘ICE detention’
An Indianapolis church locked the figures of Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus in a cage Monday night to protest the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.
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Eric Trump rushes into traffic to save ailing women
Eric Trump, the president’s second oldest son, has turned into a first responder. The story comes from Paul Bedard’s “Washington Secrets” column.
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