Surprise! ‘Good guy with a gun’ stops school shooting

It’s another prime example of how a good guy with a gun can save dozens of innocent lives when under attack by a madman hellbent on mass murder.

A student gunman at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland tore through the campus at 8 a.m. Tuesday, shooting and injuring two students.

“There was a loud sound and everyone started screaming and running,” tweeted student Mollie Davis.

But an armed school resource officer, Blaine Gaskill, wasn’t about to stand down or wait for backup.

He was determined to save innocent young lives. So Gaskill wasted no time in pursuing attacker Austin Wyatt Rollins, 17, who was armed with a Glock handgun.

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Show Notes 07-02-2017

Sunday show 7/2/17

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief
In a major shake-up of the Vatican’s administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism’s top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff’s vision of a more inclusive Church.
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Armed 11-year-old boy saves fishing party from charging bear
Quick action from a Hoonah boy saved a fishing party from a charging brown bear on June 18, the Empire has learned through Alaska State Troopers and family members.
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Navy destroyer sails near disputed island claimed by China
The Navy destroyer USS Stethem conducted a “right of innocent passage” exercise Sunday near a tiny but bitterly disputed island occupied by China in the South China Sea.
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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who held various diplomatic posts in the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, told Congress on Wednesday that President Obama, in hindsight, “should have acted more resolutely, quickly” to tell the American people about Russian attempts to interfere with the U.S. election.
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NEW ALERT OVER X-RATED MATERIALS … IN SCHOOL!
A new warning has been issued for the pornographic content, including “group, anal, public, and BDSM sex,” of a popular online resource that many schools make available to their students.
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PERSECUTED CUBAN HOMESCHOOLERS LOOK TO TRUMP POLICY FOR HOPE
Experts at the world’s foremost advocacy organization for homeschooling, the Home School Legal Defense Association, say a homeschooling Cuban father’s hope to remain out of jail may rest with the Trump administration’s recent policy change.
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PARENTS SUE SCHOOLS OVER COLLUSION WITH ‘HAMAS FRONT’
Parents suing San Diego schools over an “anti-Islamophobia” campaign have revised their complaint to focus on the radical Islamic origin of the group that initiated the program.
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The man who made Princeton University great
John Witherspoon was born on February 5, 1722, at the village of Gifford, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The males in his family were all clergymen, and he was trained to become a Presbyterian minister. At the age of four, he could read the Bible. He attended grammar school at the neighboring town of Haddington.
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Show Notes 01-10-2016

Sunday show 01-10-16

Natural Born Citizen
There were three volumes of Emmerich de Vattel’s The Law of Nations at The Philadelphia/Constitutional Convention of 1787
*§ 212. Citizens and natives.*
The citizens are the members of the civil society; bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages. The natives, or natural-born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens.
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Oregon standoff elevates debate on Federal land ownership
Members of an Idaho militia group arrived at an Oregon refuge on Friday as armed occupiers refused to leave the federal building outside Burns. The 3% of Idaho group’s members will “secure a perimeter” around the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, which has been occupied by an armed militia led by Ammon Bundy for seven days.
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Afghan forces struggle as ranks thinned by ‘ghost’ soldiers
Afghan forces are struggling to man the front lines against a resurgent Taliban, in part because of untold numbers of “ghost” troops who are paid salaries but only exist on paper.
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Gas prices could drop toward $1 a gallon
In some gas stations around the country, the price of a gallon of regular has dropped below $1.42. AAA and GasBuddy, two organizations that follow gasoline prices, say that gasoline prices below $2 will not be unusual in most of the United States.
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School official apologizes for response to rape allegations
A county school board chairman in Tennessee has apologized for officials’ response after three high school basketball players were charged with raping a teammate in an apparent hazing incident.
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Conservatives Agree Standoff in Oregon Elevates Debate on Federal Land Ownership
As protesters continue to engage in a standoff against the government at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, conservatives agree the events have elevated the debate over federal land ownership. But lawmakers stop short of endorsing the actions of the protesters occupying a federal building located south of Burns, Ore.
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General Warns: Military Will Face ‘Great Pressure’ to Lower Standards for Women in Combat to Please ‘Agenda-Driven’ in D.C.
Marine Gen. John Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, said at a Pentagon press briefing on Friday that he believes that future generals will face “great pressure” to lower the standards for women in combat in order to get more women into combat roles.
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2-year-old husky gets new set of 3-D printed prosthetic paws
A 2-year-old husky mutt can stand, sit and run like an ordinary dog for the first time in his life after receiving a custom-made set of prosthetic legs. Derby, who lives in New York with his owner, Sherry Portonva, was born with partially formed front paws that forced him to use his hind legs and chest to crawl and walk, KNS Radio reported.
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Police dog dies after being shot breaking up burglary
An Ohio police dog who was shot several times during a weekend burglary died Sunday morning. The dog, Jethro, was shot around 1 a.m. Saturday as he approached a suspect attempting to rob Fisher Foods in Canton, WKYC reported.
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Why crows hold funerals
Someone is dead. There’s a body, attended by a number of concerned and watchful figures, all in black. The lifeless corpse belongs to a crow, and the dark-garbed group congregating nearby is a gathering of its fellow crows, sometimes referred to as a “murder.”

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Show Notes 09-10-15

Thursday show 09-10-15

Court strips lesser prairie chicken from federal protection
A federal court in Texas has stripped the lesser prairie chicken of Endangered Species Act protections, a victory for oil and gas companies that argued conservation efforts are working.
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Colorado mine owner: EPA lied in congressional hearing
An Environmental Protection Agency official lied during a congressional hearing Wednesday when he said the agency responded to a Gold King Mine “cave-in” when in fact EPA contractors created the disaster by barricading the mine last summer, the owner of the mine has charged.
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VA fires Veteran for talking to Congress
After a disabled VA employee and Army veteran reached out to Congress for help locating his lost benefits folder, the VA fired him out of retaliation.
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Marine study finds all-male infantry units outperformed teams with women
A Marine Corps study that found all-male ground combat units more effective than teams that included women has raised new concerns about the Pentagon’s push to open all jobs to women next year.
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Cash prizes may convince kids to eat more fruits and veggies
Researchers conducted an experiment in six Utah elementary schools, offering some kids cash and others praise for eating these healthy foods, while a third group of children got no incentives at all. Fruit and vegetable consumption was significantly higher in the group of students who got cash rewards.
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Donald Trump Just Did Something To Hillary No One Else Has EVER Done… It Finally Happened
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has been the front-running Republican presidential candidate for most of the summer in poll after poll. However, when matched up one-on-one with Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democrat nominee for president, he usually trailed by a few percentage points … until now.
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The Weather Channel cuts Al Roker’s show
The Weather Channel says it is getting rid of its reality TV shows, along with morning shows led by Sam Champion and Al Roker.
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Russian military build up in Syria unprecedented officials say
U.S. officials are expressing growing concern about Russia’s military build-up in Assad-controlled Syria, calling it “unprecedented” — with one telling Fox News it compares in scope to Vladimir Putin’s incursion into Crimea.
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Show Notes 09-03-2015

Thursday show 09-03-15 

 New Robotic Exoskeleton Is Controlled by Human Thoughts 
One big, robotic foot and then the other; that’s how a man wearing a clunky-looking exoskeleton makes his way across the room. The machine’s motors are noisy and its movements are painfully slow, but these details seem to fade into the background when you realize how the man is controlling the cumbersome contraption: He’s doing it with his mind.
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Ruling could ease way for unionizing at fast-food chains
It could be easier for unions to bargain for better pay and working conditions on behalf of millions of workers at McDonald’s, Burger King and other fast-food chains after a National Labor Relations Board ruling on Thursday.
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Girls take action over transgender in locker room 
Almost 200 students at a Missouri high school don’t care if transgender student Lila Perry identifies as a female — they want the senior to use the boys locker room.
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Author defends black lives matter textbook for 6th graders 
ABDO, a Minnesota-based book publisher, is set to release a middle school textbook written by Professor Duchess Harris and Sue Bradford Edwards about the anti-police movement Black Lives Matter.
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School district investigating mass Baptism at football practice
The video, posted by First Baptist Villa Rica, was shot on school grounds just before football practice. “We had the privilege of baptizing a bunch of football players and a coach on the field of Villa Rica High School!
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World War ll
World War Two began in September 1939 when Britain and France declared war on Germany following Germany’s invasion of Poland. Although the outbreak of war was triggered by Germany’s invasion of Poland, the causes of the war are more complex.
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Ex State Dept staffer who set up Clinton home server to take 5th Amendment before Congress
The Washington Post reported Wednesday night that a former Hillary Clinton State Department staffer who reportedly set up her home brew server will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights and refuse to testify to Congressional committees investigating Clinton’s home email system.
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Chris Christie Yells At Town Hall Attendee For Quoting His Own Comments On Climate Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie thinks that human exhalation is a cause of climate change. Or he thinks that statement is “ridiculous.” Either might be true.
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Judge jails Christian clerk
A federal judge who previously has sided with arguments for partial-birth abortion and homosexual clubs in public schools ordered jail on Thursday for a Kentucky county clerk who refused to violate her faith and issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
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Show Notes 02/01/2015

Sunday show 2/1/15
State moves to protect kids from LGBTQ agenda
Lawmakers in Oklahoma have proposed a law that would protect the right of people with unwanted same-sex attractions to obtain counseling and therapy.
WND reported California and New Jersey lawmakers and courts barred counselors from talking to minors about changing unwanted same-sex attractions, even if it is requested.
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MEDIA BLACK OUT 200,000 MARCHING AMERICANS
An estimated 200,000 people joined in a March for Life in Washington, D.C., bringing to the streets in front of Congress their plea for protection of the unborn. It was double the number of people that go to even the biggest football games or indoor concerts. Yet the establishment media was virtually absent.
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Nebraska politician who sued God takes on TransCanada and Keystone XL Pipeline
A state senator in Lincoln, Neb., who wasn’t afraid to sue God is doing what he can to stop TransCanada from taking over the last of the land it needs to build the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska.
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Was Taliban Murder of 3 Americans Act of Terror? Psaki: ‘I’m Not Going to Put New Labels On It’
State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki declined on Friday to directly say whether the murder of three U.S. civilians at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday—which the Taliban claimed responsibility for–was an act of terrorism.
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Animal rights groups rallies for couple to keep pet bear
An animal rights group is rallying support for a Lodi couple and their pet bear.
Jeff and Debbie Gillium rescued Archie the black bear from a bad home. He’s now in his late 30s and the Gilliums consider him part of their family. But the Ohio Department of Agriculture said they don’t have the proper permits and have to surrender Archie.
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Insurance to be canceled for “Christ” on car
Christians beware. Having messages about Jesus Christ on your car could cancel your insurance.
That’s what a pastor from Wales is learning as she grapples with her insurance company, which is looking to nix her coverage after finding out she had messages saying “Christ Must Be Saviour” and “Christ For Me” plastered on her minivan.
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ICE: Transgender Illegals Guaranteed ‘Right to Hormone Therapy’ in Detention
An official with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement testified Friday during a discussion on immigration detention facilities, hosted by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, that transgender individuals are guaranteed “a right to hormone therapy.”
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Vaccine critics turn defensive over measles vaccine
Their children have been sent home from school. Their families are barred from birthday parties and neighborhood play dates. Online, people call them negligent and criminal. And as officials in 14 states grapple to contain a spreading measles outbreak that began near here at Disneyland, the parents at the heart of America’s anti-vaccine movement are being blamed for incubating an otherwise preventable public-health crisis.
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Show Notes 08/24/2014


Sunday Show 8/24/14
New go-to career for New England’s young: Farming
Farming is hip in New England. Across the region, young people are choosing crops over cubicles, new farms are popping up and the local food movement is spreading.
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Invasive insect threatens iconic Florida citrus
Citrus has always been synonymous with Florida. The orange adorns the state license plate. The University of Florida’s famed football stadium was named after an orange magnate. There is even a county called Citrus.
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Conservatives praise “Giver” as a cautionary tale about failed utopia
Conservatives are praising “The Giver,” a film depicting a futuristic society that has eliminated both personal freedom and human emotion, as a warning against the temptations of utopianism.
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Atheist group attacks Arkansas pizza parlor over church bulletin discount
Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation sent a letter to Steven Rose, the owner of Bailey’s Pizza in Searcy, Ark., warning him that his pizza parlor’s offer to knock 10% off churchgoers’ tabs amounted to discrimination, local KTHV-TV reported.
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How grandparents can pass down good financial wisdom
It can be tempting for grandparents to spoil their grandchildren; after all, isn’t that part of the job description? But experts warn the money and financial habits passed down from generation to generation are long lasting.
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Birth control mandate: HHS offers new way for religious employers
The Obama administration took steps Friday it said would ensure that women who work for religious employers will have continued access to cost-free birth control coverage, while respecting the views of their employers.
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Homeschool family sues VA social services for removing children claiming parent imagined kids illnessess
A homeschooling advocacy group announced that it is suing social services caseworkers in Shenandoah County Virginia’s Department of Social Services on behalf of homeschool parents that it says are falsely accused of child abuse and had their two children removed from parental custody and placed into foster care for over a month.
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Group think school program turns kids in to sheep
An Oprah-inspired program in public schools described by critics as an intrusive, emotionally manipulative effort with the laudable goal of ending bullying, cliques, gossip and other such behaviors, has been presented to a million students in 400 cities in 47 states.
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China dismisses US complaints about jet fighter intercept
Washington’s protest over a Chinese fighter jet that confronted a US jet by making three close passes was dismissed flatly this weekend by a Chinese defense official who said the fighter pilot acted “professionally” and kept a safe distance in what was a “routine” flight.
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