Show Notes 10-17-2018

Wednesday show notes 10-17-18

Video Touts Trump’s Top Ten Pro-Life Accomplishments

Claire McCaskill staffer: ‘People can’t know that’

Judge Upholds Missoula Universal Background Check Regulation

Levi Strauss & Co. To Donate $1 Million+ To Anti-Gun Groups

Big Pharma Trying to Undermine Trump Drug Price Legislation

Pediatricians: ‘After 40 Years of Comprehensive Sex Ed in Schools, Why Are STDs at Epidemic Levels?

AIDS Activists: ‘Fear of Trump Policies’ May Cause HIV Rates to Rise Among Latinos

Show notes 04-12-2018

Thursday Show Notes 04-12-18

Feds tell dairy farmer his genuine milk is imitation
‘The federal government has told a Maryland dairy farmer he will be fined and could be closed down if he doesn’t agree to its redefinition of his very real skim milk as “imitation skim milk.” And he’s not happy about it.
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Adult MS-13 Member Caught Claiming to Be Unaccompanied Minor at Border
Border Patrol agents in the Yuma Sector found an adult MS-13 member hiding in a group of 61 illegal immigrants found in the desert. The gang member initially claimed to be an unaccompanied minor.
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3 More California Cities Vote to Opt Out of State’s Sanctuary Law
The Newport Beach city council voted unanimously earlier this week to challenge California’s sanctuary law, joining a dozen other cities that are not interested in complying with the sanctuary policies.
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‘Pro -life walkout: students at 350 schools leave classes
High-school and college students at an estimated 350 schools across the U.S. are walking out of their classes to support life and protest Planned Parenthood on Wednesday.
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‘Dismantle whiteness’ mural installed at USC
An artistic mural has been installed at the University of Southern California that declares “dismantle whiteness” in big, black and white capital letters, one part of a larger display designed to spark conversations regarding “racism, sexism and xenophobia,” according to its creators.
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College gal packing heat in pants triggers explosive reaction
A young Trump supporter who is set to graduate from college has triggered rage on Twitter after she posted photos of herself flaunting her pro-Trump views and love of the Second Amendment.
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Show Notes 02-02-2018

Friday Show Notes 02-2-18
Students for Life President Applauds HHS Actions to Protect Life: ‘Personnel Is Policy’
Kristan Hawkins, president of the pro-life group Students for Life, told that the Trump administration has transformed the city, because “you can’t walk five feet” in the Department of Health and Human Services “without running into a pro-lifer.”
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Red-light cameras come under fire, at least 7 states trying to ban them
Traffic stop law enforcement, in the form of photo enforcement, is at the center of a heated national debate – and it has both sides seeing red.
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Bill Donohue: Sexist Assaults on Sarah Huckabee Sanders Mount
Attacks on the White House Press Secretary are a staple of all administrations, but most of the critics respect boundaries: it is okay to challenge the official White House version of events, and even to call into question the veracity of the Press Secretary, but assaults on that person’s physical characteristics—especially if the post is held by a woman—are considered taboo.
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Baltimore, The Gun Market For Women Is Heating Up
Despite living in a state with some fairly onerous gun laws, legal firearms sales in Baltimore are on the rise. One big contributing factor is the increased number of women who are choosing to exercise their Second Amendment rights.
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Chinese Navy ship reportedly spotted with a deadly electromagnetic railgun
A Chinese Navy ship has been spotted with a weapons system that resembles a deadly electromagnetic railgun. If true, it could mean that the communist nation has become the first country in the world to develop and install the system on a ship.
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China is building a laser 10 trillion times more intense than the Sun that could tear space apart
China is building a mega-laser that’s so powerful it could literally tear space apart. Physicists in Shanghai are constructing what they call a ‘Station of Extreme Light’, which could be operational as soon as 2023.
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Zimbabwe to give white farmers 99-year leases, like black counterparts
Zimbabwe will issue 99-year leases to white farmers, according to a government circular, after new President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he would end discrimination along racial lines in agriculture.
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Michigan dog receives notice he’s eligible for unemployment benefits
A German Shepherd in Michigan received a letter last week confirming that he was approved for $360 every week in state unemployment benefits from a restaurant he was supposedly working at.
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Democratic congresswoman caught playing ‘Candy Crush’ during SOTU
It’s a scenario all gamers can relate to. You’re deep into a game, maybe rescuing Princess Peach in “Super Mario Bros.” or stopping your family from drowning in “The Sims.
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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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Show Notes 12-27-15

Sunday show 12-27-15

This meat treat claims to beat hangovers
It’s that time of the year, when holiday parties ratchet up the prospect for a head-splitting hangover. There are believed to be hundreds of cures to ease the pain, from prickly pears cactus to penis soup (you’ll have to travel to Bolivia for that one.). Now a U.K. butcher has come up with a snack that it says prevents hangovers before they happen.
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Woman pulls gun on Paramedics, steals ambulance
A patient riding in the back of an Alabama ambulance allegedly took out a gun, fired on paramedics and commandeered the vehicle, leading cops on a brief chase Saturday morning before she was taken into custody, Fox6 reported.
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College sorority revokes membership of pro-life student who protested abortion at Planned Parenthood
A small group of pro-lifers returned Wednesday to sing Christmas carols at the same abortion clinic in Falls Church, Virginia where they were shut down by police less than a week earlier for allegedly violating a city noise ordinance.
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Maine landlord asks judge to dismiss tenants gun rights lawsuits
A retired Maine lobsterman who fought off an intruder — shooting him with a gun he bought less than a day earlier for protection against intruders — now is fighting his landlord, who is warning he could face eviction for possession of the weapon.
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At least 3 groceries opt out of Texas open-carry gun law
At least three grocery stores have opted out of Texas’ controversial open-carry gun law that will take effect Friday, saying only concealed weapons are allowed in their stores.
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College Sorority Revokes Membership of Pro-Life Student Who Protested Abortion at Planned Parenthood
A young Iowa woman is accusing her college sorority of kicking her out after she voiced her pro-life views on Facebook.
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State Dep’t Rejects Call to Close DC Office of the PLO – ‘An Important Partner’
The State Department pushed back Tuesday on calls by Republican lawmakers for the administration to shut down the Palestine Liberation Organization’s office in Washington, saying it opposes the move because “we believe the PLO is an important partner in advancing the two-state solution.”
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Man in Fatal Fall From Beach Cliff Appeared Distracted by Electronic Device
A 20-year-old man distracted by an electronic device fell off a San Diego cliff that is a popular gathering spot to watch the sunset and plunged 60 feet to his death, officials said Saturday.
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Facebook censors story about refugee raping Swedish women
Facebook has sensationally banned a story about a ‘refugee’ raping a Swedish woman in line with the company’s new policy to censor anti-migrant posts deemed to be “xenophobic”.
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Show Notes 10-11-2015

Sunday show 10-11-15

Record Rainfall Might Cause Thanksgiving Pumpkin Shortage
There should be enough pumpkins for Halloween this year, but that might not be the case for the canned pumpkin used in pies come Thanksgiving, according to crop experts in Illinois, the country’s top pumpkin-producing state.
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Gowdy: Fired Benghazi panel staffer decided to ‘run to the press’ after failed effort to get money
The leader of the Republican-led special Benghazi committee said Sunday he never even spoke to the panel’s fired staffer, who alleges he was let go for not joining in a partisan-driven effort to tarnish Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner.
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Obama Administration Bans All Pork Products From Prison Menus
The federal Bureau of Prisons, a subdivision of President Barack Obama’s Justice Department, has banished all pork products from the menus in all federal prisons, according to a report in the Washington Post.
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Kelsey Grammer, best known for his role as psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane on the sitcoms “Cheers” and “Frasier,” was recently photographed wearing a pro-life t-shirt.

Is the annual pay raise dead?
Already have plans to spend that big end-of-year bonus on something special? You might want to stop dreaming. While you’re at it, you might want to stop planning, too.
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Lawyer: Officer recommends no jail time for Bergdahl
The officer in charge of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s Article 32 preliminary hearing has recommended that the soldier accused of desertion avoid jail time for his actions, according to Bergdahl’s civil defense attorney.
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DOD course calls Constitution and Bible sexist
A Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute course approved by the Department of Defense is under fire for labeling the Bible, the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence sexist materials
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Lockheed Martin modular Athena laser weapon is headed to production
The US military already has a few high-powered laser weapons at its disposal, but it’s about to get a hell of a lot more. Earlier this week, defense contractor Lockheed Martin began production of its modular, Advanced Test High Energy Asset (ATHENA) laser system for the US Army — a weapon that’s expected to roll out on the battlefield sometime next year.
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University rips up Chapel pews to accommodate Muslims
A “predominantly Judeo-Christian environment” on Wichita State University’s campus was deemed not inclusive enough for Muslim students last May. The solution: Rip up an altar and pews and make space for prayer rugs.
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The Focus on the Family-sponsored “Bring Your Bible to School Day” kicked off Thursday with the level of expected participants figured at around 100,000.
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Tiny flies create zombie honeybees that take night flights then die
Honeybees are being threatened by tiny flies that lead them to lurch and stagger around like zombies. The afflicted bees often make uncharacteristic night flights, sometimes buzzing around porch lights before dying.
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The new season of “smart”
Smart cars, smart homes, smartphones, smart watches and smart TVs are just the start. My inbox is so inundated with news releases about smart products that you’d think the collective IQ of inanimate objects had risen 1,000% in the past quarter alone.
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Show Notes 06-25-2015

Thursday show 06-25-15

BLM Vendetta: Hammonds Headed For Jail On Criminal Charges Filed By BLM on Normally Minor Fire
If BLM Wins On Hammond Vendetta in Oregon, No Landowner or Permittee
Will Be Safe From the Feds BLM and the Fish and Wildlife Service have declared War on the West, a new range war that threatens all landowners and permittees.
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Here Are The 61 ObamaTrade Senators
The “cloture” vote passed, 60-37. ObamaTrade is now on a fast track.
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Jefferson Memorial, Confederate statues enter national race debate
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, which has stood near the banks of the Potomac River in Washington for more than 70 years, is a classical tribute to the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president.
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UN demands four pro-life countries to stop protection unborn babies from abortion
The United Nations’ treaty monitoring body for the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) ignored the pro-life laws of four countries under review during its recent 55th session and strongly urged the countries to change their laws or policies on abortion, despite the fact that the treaty does not mention abortion.
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Watchdog reveals evidence was destroyed during probe of IRS targeting
The lead government watchdog for the IRS revealed Thursday that computer evidence was erased during the investigation into the agency’s targeting scandal, months after the IRS was told to preserve documents.
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Angry Uber protests spark Paris travel chaos
Angry protests against Uber have sparked travel chaos in Paris as French taxi drivers launched a nationwide strike against the popular U.S.-based ridesharing service.
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Tensions high after Druze attack Israeli medical workers out of fear jihadists being treated
The increasingly volatile situation on the Israel-Syria border and the fear of many Israeli Druze that their Syrian brethren are about to be attacked by the Al Qaeda-linked forces sparked a deadly lynch mob attack on an Israeli military ambulance in the Golan Heights region this week that claimed the life of a Syrian being transported for humanitarian medical treatment.
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