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 CNSNews.com 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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.