Show Notes 09-11-2018

Tuesday Show 09-11-18

Rosh Hashanah
The festival of Rosh Hashanah the name means “Head of the Year”–is observed for two days beginning on Tishrei 1, the first day of the Jewish year. It is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, and their first actions toward the realization of mankind’s role in G-d’s world.
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What Unites and Divides Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities
Large demographic shifts are reshaping America. The country is growing in numbers, it’s becoming more racially and ethnically diverse and the population is aging.
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A LEGAL HISTORY OF RAW MILK IN THE UNITED STATES
Winston Churchill once said, “There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.” Perhaps he was right, but at the turn of the 20th century, the process of pasteurizing milk was still in its infancy, and the safety of milk was a preeminent public health challenge.
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History of Raw Milk
With all these unhealthy cows, you can imagine what was happening especially to the infants drinking the tainted milk. Infant deaths in the late 1800s were skyrocketing. No one, at the time, knew what was causing it.
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Show Notes 10-02-2016

Sunday Show 10-2-16

DHS rushing to steal Americans sovereignty ahead of election
With the November elections fewer than 40 days away, the Department of Homeland Security is approving as many citizenship applications as it can to try to increase the number of voters.
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Trump: ‘Common Core Will Be Ended, and Disadvantaged Children’ Will Go to the School of Their Choice
In a campaign speech in Bedford, N.H., GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said Thursday that in his administration, Common Core state educational standards will be ended, and disadvantaged kids will be able to choose what school they want to go to.
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Feds raid farmers’ market, order food destroyed
Federal agents have raided a farmers’ market in Gillette, Wyoming, ordering one seller to destroy his homemade chili or have it confiscated, even though the product was fully legal under a state law that has been described as an economy-boosting “giant cottage foods bill.”Feds raid farmers’ market, order food destroyed.
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102-year-old St. Louis woman checks ‘arrest’ off bucket list
As the police cruiser pulled up to the 5 Star Senior Center in South St. Louis, it wasn`t public enemy number one inside, but number 102.
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Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah occurs on the first and second days of Tishri. In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means, literally, “head of the year” or “first of the year.” Rosh Hashanah is commonly known as the Jewish New Year.
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Jewish history in North America
In North America, the recorded Jewish history there begins in 1654 with the arrival in New Amsterdam (later to be known as New York) of 23 Jewish refugees from Recife, Brazil (where the Dutch had just lost their possessions to the Portuguese).
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Pope presses Georgian Orthodox agenda despite Mass absence
Pope Francis’ efforts to improve relations with the Georgian Orthodox Church suffered a public setback Saturday after the patriarchate decided not to send an official delegation to his Mass and repeated that Orthodox faithful cannot participate in Catholic services.
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YouTube blocked trailer for Christian movie ‘I’m Not Ashamed’ for months, film execs say
Producers of the Christian film “I’m Not Ashamed” have been embroiled in a battle with YouTube after the video sharing site took down their film’s trailer with no explanation.
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‘Gravely sinful acts’: Edmonton archbishop defends no funerals in assisted deaths
Edmonton Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith is defending the church’s decision to refuse funerals to some Albertans who have chosen assisted dying.
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‘Family Unit’ Apprehensions Up 97% on U.S.-Mexico Border; Unaccompanied Children Up 52%United States Border Patrol apprehension of “family units” on the U.S.-Mexico border was up 97% in the first eleven months of fiscal 2016 (October 2015 through August 2016) compared to the same period in fiscal 2015.
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The Parson who wasn’t afraid to go to war
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven,” preached Rev. John Peter Muhlenberg, from the book of Ecclesiastes 3:1.
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Show Notes 09-13-15

Sunday show 09-13-15

What are the differences between PTS and PTSD
PTS is a common, normal, and often adaptive response to experiencing a traumatic or stressful event. Common occurrences, like car accidents, can trigger PTS as well as more unusual events like military combat or kidnapping.
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‘There is no God but Allah’? School accused of Islamic indoctrination
Maury County, Tennessee is in the heart of the Bible Belt. So it’s understandable why the local church ladies got all shook up when they discovered that school children had been forced to declare, “There is no God but Allah.”
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Why Do America’s Poor Oppose a Redistribution of Wealth?
With all the outrage about growing economic inequality one might think that there’d also be growing support for wealth redistribution—policies that include hiking taxes for the wealthy or increasing aid to the poor.
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‘Something’s wrong’: The ISIS intelligence scandal just hit Obama’s inner circle
The scandal surrounding US intelligence reports on ISIS just hit President Barack Obama’s inner circle. James Clapper, America’s top spy, is reportedly in “frequent and unusual contact” with the military officer who is suspected of allowing US reports on ISIS to be altered to fit the administration’s official line, Spencer Ackerman at The Guardian reports.
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What Is Rosh Hashanah?
The festival of Rosh Hashanah—the name means “Head of the Year”—is observed for two days beginning on 1 Tishrei, the first day of the Jewish year.
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‘STRANGE SIGNS’ ON SHEMITAH’S FINAL DAYS
The final day of the Shemitah year, Elul 29 on the Hebrew calendar, begins at sundown Sunday with the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, also called the Feast of Trumpets.
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The plan to bulldoze churches – in Houston
Officials with Liberty Institute say the Houston Housing Authority has backed off a threat to bulldoze one historic church – but a second remains in the bull’s-eye for the loss of its property.
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School district strips Christian and Jewish holidays from calendar after Muslims complain
Jewish families living in Montgomery County, Md., can choose to have their children observe this holiest of days by attending services with them at their local synagogue, though they will need to write notes for the kids explaining why they missed school.
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The flying public has spoken and they want bigger airplane seats.
A petition by an airline passenger consumer group is pushing for a new Passenger Bill of Rights that calls on congress to set a legal minimum airplane seat size.
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