Show Notes 09-26-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-26-18

Trump secures first trade deal, hailing it as ‘Historic Milestone’
President Trump and his South Korean counterpart on Monday signed the first major trade agreement finalized during Trump’s presidency – a deal which U.S. officials say will reduce a U.S. trade deficit that more than doubled since the original U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) came into effect in 2012.
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Trump Announces New Sanctions on Iran, Venezuela
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his administration will impose new nuclear sanctions on Iran in November with additional sanctions to follow.
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Trump at UNGA: OPEC nations to contribute substantially to military protection from now on
US President Donald Trump has taken another hit at the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). He has demanded that member states should ‘contribute substantially’ for military protection provided by the US.
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Submerged art gallery in the Maldives destroyed by cops after president declares it ‘offensive to Islam’
Pickaxe-wielding policemen have demolished a semi-submerged art gallery in the Maldives for being “offensive to Islam”.
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Swiss Region Votes Overwhelmingly for Burqa Ban
A second Swiss canton will introduce a regional “burqa ban”, after voters in St. Gallen overwhelmingly voted Sunday to prohibit all face-covering garments in public spaces.
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FY 2018 Refugee Admissions: 70.8 Percent Christians; 15.4 Percent Muslims
The proportion of Christians to Muslims among refugees from around the world admitted to the United States has changed significantly in FY 2018, with Christians comprising seven in ten new arrivals, and Muslims fewer than two in ten.
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‘You Are Not Safe!’: Antifa Threatens Kavanaugh, Cruz On Social Media
Twitter and Facebook are eager to take down or block users who violate their terms of service … but only if they swing to the right of the spectrum.
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Protections restored for grizzly bears; hunts blocked
A U.S. judge ordered federal protections restored for grizzly bears in the Northern Rocky Mountains on Monday, a move that blocks the first grizzly hunts planned in the Lower 48 states in almost three
decades.
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Show Notes 08-16-2018

Thursday show notes 08-16-18

Changes to Lord’s Prayer to Be Made Official in Italy
The Italian bishops conference announced Tuesday that changes to the Lord’s Prayer proposed by Pope Francis will take effect in Italy this November.
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DOJ: Iraqi Refugee Living in California Had Terrorist Connections
Omar Ameen, 45, an Iraqi national and suspected member of ISIS who came to the United States as a refugee, will be extradited to Iraq where he faces charges of murdering an Iraqi police officer, the Justice Department announced on Wednesday.
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Food Donated To Puerto Rico Hurricane Victims Found Rotting In Parking Lot
Ten shipping containers filled with food, baby products, and over-the-counter medications like Tylenol — all supplies desperately needed in the days and weeks following Hurricane Maria — were found rotting in a Puerto Rico parking lot last week, never distributed.
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Washington judge throws out children’s climate change lawsuit
King County Superior Court Judge Michael Scott ruled in favor of the State of Washington’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, Aji P. v. State of Washington. The 13 young activists in the suit argue that the state is violating their constitutional rights through actions that cause climate change.
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SHOPIFY CEO: FREE SPEECH ‘UNWORKABLE,’ PURGES GUN SELLERS
The CEO of major online retailing platform Shopify deleted a post detailing the company’s commitment to free speech this week as the company began purging gun-related retailers.
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MASTERCARD ORDERS CRITIC OF JIHAD DROPPED
The author of 18 bestselling books, Robert Spencer is known for regularly pointing out that the perpetrators of more than 33,000 terrorist attacks since 9/11 have cited Islamic scripture as the motivation for their often deadly acts of violence.
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Red tide crisis: The science behind the toxic algae bloom on Florida’s Gulf Coast
Florida’s red tide, which was declared an emergency by Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, has been devastating marine life on Florida’s Gulf Coast this summer. Beaches have been littered with dead sea life as a result of the naturally occurring toxic algae.
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China Just Tested a Hypersonic Weapon That Could Launch Nukes at 6 Times the Speed of Sound
China successfully tested a hypersonic aircraft on Friday (Aug. 3), one that could one day be capable of firing nuclear missiles around the planet at up to six times the speed of sound, according to China’s state-run news site China Daily.
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Bug-Sized Robot Competitors to Swarm DARPA’s ‘Robot Olympics’
Picture the Olympic Games — except instead of human athletes, the competitors are all insect-sized robots. That’s the scenario proposed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), representatives said in a statement.
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Show Notes 08-14-2018

Tuesday Show 08-14-18

Emails Show MA High School Teachers Refusing to Hide Anti-Trump Bias
A group of history school teachers in Massachusetts pledged to reject teaching objectivity while they conspired to hide their anti-Trump prejudice, emails show.
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University to host gun rally in support of campus carry
Kent State University will play host to an open-carry rally next month, with the event hosted by a recent graduate of that school whose pro-gun graduation photos went viral last spring.
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Alabama Putting God Back in Schools with Ten Commandments, ‘In God We Trust’ Displays
Alabama public schools are hoping to bring God back into their schools by displaying the US motto “In God We Trust” on school buildings.
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Sweden Is Burning: Migrant Gangs Unleash Coordinated Fire-Bomb Rampage Across Multiple Cities
Many Swedes were horrified in early 2017 when U.S. President Donald Trump linked immigration to rising crime in Sweden, but an increasing number now agree with him.
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Defense Bill Signed by Trump Requires Foreign Gov’t-Owned News Outlets to Report to FCC
The $716 billion defense bill signed into law by President Trump on Monday includes a provision that will require outlets like Qatar’s Al Jazeera for the first time to start reporting regularly on its funding and ownership.
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Radical Islamists Released on ‘Recognizance’ Despite Police Warning They Trained Kids for School Shootings
Five radical Islamists who, police say, were running a New Mexico compound training children to carry out school shootings, were released on bail Monday – without even having to post any bond money.
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“FDA approval is a monopolists scheme to limit competition
A year ago, the Food and Drug Administration ( FDA) approved a “drug” called Endari to treat sickle cell disease, which afflicts about 100,000 Americans of African descent and around 25 million more outside the US. Price tag: $28,000 a year.
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Show Notes 07-17-2018

Tuesday Show 07-17-18

Defiant Planned Parenthood: ‘f’ anyone who ‘f’s’ with us
Now, Planned Parenthood of New York is putting some of its cash into an unusually explicit advertising campaign that sends a blunt message to anyone who continues to oppose government funding.
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Trump says migration has changed Europe’s ‘fabric,’ as UN chief calls it a ‘positive global phenomenon’
Allowing “millions and millions” of migrants to enter Europe has changed its “fabric,” President Trump said Thursday, telling a mass-circulation British tabloid newspaper that unless the Europeans “act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was, and I don’t mean that in a positive way.”
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Twice-Deported Illegal Alien Sentenced to Prison for Stealing $350K in Gov’t Benefits
Mexican national and two-time deportee Andres Avelino Anduaga was sentenced on July 13 to 37 months in federal prison for stealing over $350,000 in government benefits – federal, state, and local — while impersonating an American citizen for over 30 years, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California.
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Nebraska town might bar illegal immigrants from jobs, renting houses
A Nebraska town is considering blocking undocumented immigrants from obtaining jobs or renting houses ahead of a new Costco plant opening in the area.
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Show Notes 06-22-2018

Friday Show Notes 06-22-18

The person doxxing ICE employees is a professor at NYU
A New York University professor is the person responsible for creating a database of over 1,500 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees’ personal information and spreading it to Antifa.
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Italy refuses rescue ship carrying 224 migrants to dock: ‘[They] will only see Italy on a postcard’
Italy’s new hardline, anti-immigrant interior minister has refused port to a Dutch-flagged rescue ship carrying more than 200 migrants because it is now in Maltese waters.
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Facebook blocks ‘Trump Prophecy’ movie ads for being ‘political’
The producer of “The Trump Prophecy,” a faith-based film about a man who said he heard from God in 2011 that Trump would one day be president, says Facebook has “almost been abusive” in seeking information from the production company, which was just trying to place an ad on the site.
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Teenager becomes millionaire with healthy candy business
When Alina Morse was just 7 years old, she asked her dad the million dollar question: “Why can’t we make a healthy lollipop that’s good for my teeth so that I can have candy, and it wouldn’t be bad for me?” Today, at 13 years old, Morse is projected to make around $2 million in profits this year with her company Zollipop.
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Millennial’s moving out of Mom and Dad’s place, study shows.
If you have an adult child living at home, you could become an empty nester sooner than you thought.
The number of 18- to 34-year-olds living with parents last year edged down from 2016, according to new data from CoStar Group, a commercial real estate information company in New York.
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Hungary approves “STOP Soros” law, defying EU, rights groups
Hungary’s parliament on Wednesday approved a package of bills that criminalises some help given to illegal immigrants, defying the European Union and human rights groups.
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Pope: Abortion Same as Nazi Eugenics; Only Family is One Man-One Woman in Marriage
While answering questions after speaking to Italy’s Family Association on June 16, Pope Francis said that abortion today is no different morally than what the Nazis did with eugenics to try build a superior race, and he also explained that homosexual couples cannot create real families, that a real family is defined by one man married to one woman, with the marriage open to creating new life.
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Show Notes 05-19-17

Friday Show 5-19-17

History of FBI
Charles Bonaparte, who was appointed attorney general in March 1907, quickly became convinced that the practice of using Secret Service investigators was a problem.
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Fears of Trump spur near-record cash transfers from US to Mexico
With fears the Trump administration will tax or block south of the border cash transfers, remittances sent to Mexico from the United States jumped 15 percent in March from the same period last year – marking one of the largest cash transfers from Mexicans living north of the border to friends and family back home.
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TWILIGHT ZONE: Mexicans Are Upset About Immigrants Bringing Crime To Their City
Residents of a Mexican city are upset about immigrants causing crime, according to a report from El Universal. The report said that there was a press conference held in Tapachula by a leader of a local group called: “For a different Mexico.”
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Mexico Is Worried About An Influx Of African And Asian Immigrants
Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about an influx of immigrants into the country from African and Asian countries, according to a report in El Universal.
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Planned Parenthood Enlists ‘Faith Leaders’ to Condemn Religious Liberty
Soon after President Trump issued his executive order on “Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty,” which includes potential “conscience protections” for those with religious objections to certain health insurance mandates, Planned Parenthood issued a press release noting that some “faith leaders” condemned the executive orders.
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SCAM ALERT: H&K Hoax Letters Sent Nationwide – Tell Your Friends
We all know to avoid emails from Nigerian princes claiming that they have a fortune and just need your assistance transferring their money, promising a payout if you comply and provide your SSN, bank account, etc. We all know this is a scheme aimed towards the uninformed.
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Show Notes 01-27-2017

Friday Show 1-27-17
The man who went from prison to founding a state
Early in his career, Eugene of Savoy, under the command of Polish King Jan Sobieski, helped defeat 200,000 Muslim Turks on Sept. 11, 1683, thus saving the city of Vienna, Austria.
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Media Matters Says It Is Secretly Working with Facebook to Fight ‘Fake News’
Left-wing advocacy group Media Matters for America has been quietly working with social media giant Facebook to combat what the group describes as “propaganda” and “fake news,” internal documents reveal.
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Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic CEO Retires, Says Killing Babies “is Just No Fun Anymore”
After 15 years of running one of the Planned Parenthood abortion businesses’ top affiliates, the CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is retiring. Betty Cockrum recently said that running the abortion business is just no fun anymore.
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Nigeria: Babies used in suicide bombings, officials warn
Female suicide bombers in Nigeria are now carrying babies to avoid detection in their attacks, authorities warn. An attack in the town of Madagali on 13 January saw two women detonate their devices, killing themselves, two babies, and four others.
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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has temporarily suspended
refugee interviews overseas, according to a new report. The DHS’s decision to suspend staff trips to conduct the interviews effectively pauses future refugee admissions amid speculation that President Trump may drastically change U.S. refugee policy, Reuters said Thursday.
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US halts refugee resettlement interviews: report
President Donald Trump has a plan for controlling the number of Syrian refugees flooding into Europe. “I’ll absolutely do safe zones in Syria,” Trump told ABC’s David Muir Wednesday.
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