Show Notes 02-20-2019

Wednesday show notes 02-20-19

Tiny Homes For Homeless Get The Go-Ahead In The Wake of California’s Worst Wildfire
https://www.npr.org/2019/02/18/694863105/tiny-homes-for-homeless-get-the-go-ahead-in-the-wake-of-californias-worst-wildfi

Ex-transgenders wish they would have ‘just chilled out
https://www.wnd.com/2019/02/ex-transgenders-wish-they-would-have-just-chilled-out/#1rK8fE8aEHgLt3ms.99

Scientists Discover Hormone Produced By Exercise May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
https://www.studyfinds.org/hormone-produced-exercise-may-prevent-alzheimers-disease/

You may soon have to give your DNA to the state and pay $250 for the privilege
https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/arizona/2019/02/19/arizona-bill-would-create-massive-statewide-dna-database/2873930002/

Here are 50 campus hate-crime hoaxes The College Fix has covered since 2012
https://www.thecollegefix.com/here-are-50-campus-hate-crime-hoaxes-the-college-fix-has-covered-since-2012/

Syracuse U: U.S. Constitution is ‘exclusionary’ to some students
https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11888

Show Notes 01-16-2019

Wednesday show notes 01-16-19

Marijuana grower Tilray strikes deal with Authentic Brands to develop cannabis-infused cosmetics, other consumer products
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/15/pot-grower-tilray-strikes-deal-with-authentic-brands-on-cbd-products.html

SMOKING POT JUST ONCE AS TEEN CHANGES YOUR BRAIN
https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/smoking-pot-just-once-as-teen-changes-your-brain/?cat_orig=education

Central American Countries Are Helping Middle Easterners Illegally Enter The United States
http://thefederalist.com/2019/01/02/central-american-countries-helping-middle-easterners-illegally-enter-united-states/

Sarasota County School District considering ban on cell phones during school day
http://www.mysuncoast.com/2019/01/15/sarasota-county-school-district-considering-ban-cell-phones-during-school-day/

Proposed Florida bill would allow schools to offer Bible, religious study as elective
https://www.wftv.com/news/local/proposed-florida-bill-would-allow-schools-to-offer-bible-religious-study-as-elective/904228299

MASSIVE CHEATING: 7 TEACHER LICENSES SUSPENDED
https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/massive-cheating-7-teacher-licenses-suspended/?cat_orig=education

Show Notes 12-03-2018

Monday show notes 01-03-18

Chanukah
https://www.chabad.org/holidays/chanukah/article_cdo/aid/102978/jewish/The-Story-of-Chanukah.htm

Sam Donaldson critiques Sarah Sanders: George H.W. Bush’s press secretary ‘didn’t try to insult reporters’
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/sam-donaldson-critiques-sarah-sanders-george-h-w-bushs-press-secretary-didnt-try-to-insult-reporters

Embattled Google CEO Sundar Pichai to Testify before Congress
https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/techwatch/alexander-hall/2018/11/28/embattled-google-ceo-sundar-pichai-testify-congress

TheBlaze and CRTV Merge to Create Conservative Media Powerhouse
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/glenn-beck-mark-levin-create-conservative-media-powerhouse-1165665

Harvard student told to move out over legal guns
https://www.wnd.com/2018/12/landlord-tells-harvard-student-to-move-out-over-legally-owned-guns-2/

Show Notes 11-21-2018

Wednesday show notes 11-21-18

As UN Migration Pact Adoption Date Approaches, More Countries Withdraw And Debate is Reignited in Germany
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/james-carstensen/un-migration-pact-adoption-date-approaches-more-countries-withdraw-and

Rider Univ refuses to bring Chick-Fil-A to campus, despite students’ demands
https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11546

Utah students pass out Planned Parenthood ‘swag’ at ‘Condom Fashion Show’
https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11541

READING BIBLE AT PUBLIC SCHOOL IGNITES CONTROVERSY
https://www.wnd.com/2018/11/reading-bible-at-public-school-ignites-controversy/#OxlEeDKrV3mbAeWr.99

Democrats push rule change for hijab-wearing freshman
https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/nov/19/dems-push-rule-change-hijab-wearing-ilhan-omar/

JUDGE: LAW BANNING FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION UNCONSTITUTIONAL
https://www.wnd.com/2018/11/judge-congress-cant-ban-female-genital-mutilation/#hiCZ7IpcrHBHKQ8f.99

Show Notes 10-09-2018

Tuesday Show 10-09-18

Women in Venezuela are donating breast milk to save babies from malnutrition
As the economic meltdown that plunged Venezuela into crisis worsens, new mothers are turning to each other for breast milk to feed their babies.
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Mormon church backs deal to allow medical marijuana in Utah
The Mormon church joined lawmakers, the governor and advocates to back a deal Thursday that would legalize medical marijuana in conservative Utah after months of fierce debate.
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Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
The number of people employed by the federal government declined by 1,000 in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Manufacturing Jobs +18,000 in September
Manufacturing jobs increased by 18,000 in the United States in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Mississippi high school band criticized for halftime show
Fans watching a halftime performance by a Mississippi high school marching band Friday night were outraged at a show that depicted students holding toy guns and an apparent shooting, The Daily Leader of Brookhaven reported.
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Anti-Kavanaugh protest postponed ‘in recognition of Indigenous People’s Day’
An anti-Justice Brett Kavanaugh protest at Scripps College in California was postponed after student organizers realized the event was scheduled on Columbus Day or “Indigenous People’s Day.”
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Show Notes 09-18-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-18-18

THE MOST OBSCURE FOUNDING FATHER EVER?
John Langdon was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1741 and grew up as a member of the North Congregational Church, where his distant relative, future Harvard President Rev. Samuel Langdon was pastor from 1747-1774.
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Student: School ‘covered up’ prof who shot himself to ‘protest’ Trump
A sociology professor who shot himself in the arm with a .22 pistol in a campus restroom to “protest” Trump remains employed, but students say the school has yet to address the incident with the student body.
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4 more states accused in fight over 3D-printed guns
Four more states and a number of individuals have been added as defendants to a lawsuit originally against the federal government over its decision to renege on an agreement regarding the sharing of 3-D firearms printing technology.
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A needed pause: Trump administration caps refugee admissions at record-low 30,000
The Trump administration said it will admit no more than 30,000 refugees next year, the lowest cap in history, making good on a presidential promise and enraging immigrant rights activists, who said the U.S. is shirking its global duty.
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House passes bill to create terrorist registry
A bill that targets the problem of “radicalization” by creating a national terrorist registry passed the House of Representatives.It would help the United States track dozens of convicted terrorists whose prison terms are nearing completion, points out Patrick Dunleavy, a former deputy inspector general for the New York State Department of Corrections.
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Texas: Muslim migrant convicted of trying to aid ISIS wants new trial, says didn’t understand terms of guilty plea
Note carefully what he claims not to have understood: “Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, who came to the U.S. in 2009, alleges that U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes did not clearly advise him that he faced a possible life term for violating federal probation if he entered a guilty plea….He would not have entered a plea of guilty if he understood that a violation of supervised release could result in a lifetime in prison.”
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Planned Parenthood campaign forces churches to pay for abortion
A Planned Parenthood campaign to force religious institutions in California to pay for abortions prompted a state agency to change the way it interprets its rules, and now the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is being asked to reject the constitutional violations that resulted.
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Show Notes 09-18-2018

Tuesday Show 09-18-18

Yom Kippur
The origins of Yom Kippur are unclear. It is not mentioned in the list of holidays to be observed when the Temple destroyed by the Babylonians was rebuilt.
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U.S. facing doctor shortage as nation grays
The US healthcare system is suffering from a doctor shortage. Of those, primary care physicians are often hit the hardest, posing a huge problem as the country’s population grows and ages.

Doctors find ‘no evidence’ linking high levels of bad cholesterol to heart disease
A new report has failed to find a link between high levels of bad cholesterol and heart disease. The study, which was led by 17 doctors from across the world, urged clinicians to stop using statins as a preventive measure as a result.
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Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: Study
A new study from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that kids and teens who are raised with religious or spiritual practices tend to have better health and mental health as they age.
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PROF SAYS MEN, WOMEN BIOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT, COLLEGE GOES BONKERS
A retraction is needed, activists claim. After all, an investigation already is under way into the “anti-feminism” and “transphobia” of a university professor. All because he said there are biological differences between men and women.
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REFORMING HIGHER ED REGULATIONS BENEFITS EVERYONE
One of the most underreported stories today is the aggressive attack on private college education and efforts to limit education choice for students and their families. The administration and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are diligently working to reverse or end regulations that were specifically imposed to put many private colleges and universities out of business.
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