Show Notes 09-27-2018

Thursday show notes 09-27-18

Sukkot
Sukkot is a weeklong Jewish holiday that comes five days after Yom Kippur. Sukkot celebrates the gathering of the harvest and commemorates the miraculous protection G-d provided for the children of Israel when they left Egypt. We celebrate Sukkot by dwelling in a foliage-covered booth (known as a sukkah) and by taking the “Four Kinds” (arba minim), four special species of vegetation.
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Woman refuses to pull over for police because her Prius has ‘s—ty’ tires
A Washington State Patrol officer arrested a driver this month who led him on a slow, fuel-efficient pursuit when she wouldn’t pull over because her Toyota Prius had “sh—y f—ing tires.”
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THE GOVERNMENT WANTS AIRLINES TO DELAY YOUR FLIGHT SO THEY CAN SCAN YOUR FACE
Omnipresent facial recognition has become a golden goose for law enforcement agencies around the world. In the United States, few are as eager as the Department of Homeland Security.
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North Carolina man chops copperhead snake into ‘a dozen pieces’ after it bites family dog
Brian Lewis felt a sense of panic when his dog’s loud barks in the backyard “suddenly stopped” last week. He rushed outside to discover his pup, Winnie, had been injured.
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Abbas to UN: We ‘Never Resort to Violence or Terrorism’
Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas told the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday that his people resist Israeli occupation through solely peaceful means, and “never resort to violence or terrorism.”
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ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION CREATING MONSTER TRASH CRISIS
The problems linked to illegal immigration have had much attention lately: the criminals and potential terrorists entering without permission, the young children needing care and workers taking jobs that Americans, in fact, would do.
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President to U.N.: Unaccountable International Organizations Should Not Control Migration
Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly yesterday, President Donald Trump touted the “right of every nation… to set its own immigration policy in accordance with its national interests.” He addressed instances of “uncontrolled migration” and confirmed the United States will not participate in the new Global Compact on Migration, saying “Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.”
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Trump Administration Plans to Enforce Public Charge Law
Cash-strapped schools are bracing themselves for yet another squeeze on budgets after being told they must increase contributions to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme by 43 per cent from next year.
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Texas backs school that expelled girl over pledge of allegiance
The state of Texas is backing a school that expelled a black student after she refused to stand for the flag during the US Pledge of Allegiance.
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Saturday Show 10-15-16

Festival of Sukkot
The Festival of Sukkot begins on Tishri 15, the fifth day after Yom Kippur. It is quite a drastic transition, from one of the most solemn holidays in our year to one of the most joyous.
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House Chairmen Demand AG Explain Lack of Prosecution in Gold King Mine Case
Three House Republican committee chairmen are demanding that Attorney General Loretta Lynch explain why the Department of Justice (DOJ) ignored a referral by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) and declined to prosecute those involved in the Gold King Mine disaster despite “evidence of criminal wrongdoing by the EPA”.
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Israel rejects UNESCO redefinition of history
Israel has rejected a move by UNESCO, the international “cultural” organization tied to the United Nations, to redefine history and remove Jewish links to the Temple Mount, the likely site of the original Jewish temples during biblical times.
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Silicon Valley’s acute homeless problem is on the ballot
The images are startling: Homeless men, women and children huddled on the streets of the San Francisco Bay Area — often in the shadows of start-ups and high-tech behemoths generating billions of dollars in wealth.
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Pope denounces Christians who don’t want refugees as “hypocrites”
People who call themselves Christians but do not want refugees at their door are hypocrites, Pope Francis said Thursday, amid reports of new tragedies involving migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
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Navy cruise missile strike destroys radar sites in Yemen
A U.S. Navy ship launched cruise missiles and destroyed three radar sites from a rebel-controlled area in Yemen, the service announced late Wednesday. The announcement came a day after a Navy ship was apparently targeted for a second time by missiles originating from the area.
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Military Spokesman: ISIS Now Putting IEDs on Drones
ISIS previously has used commerical, off-the-shelf drones for surveillance and to deliver ordnance, and now it is is using drones to deliver explosives, Colonel John Dorrian, the spokesman for U.S. military operations in Iraq, told reporters on Wednesday.
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 3 men charged in Garden City bomb plot
Garden City Police and community members held a meeting Saturday to discuss how the community plans to move forward a day after three men were arrested for planning a domestic terrorist attack.
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What Percentage of Your Truck Is Made in America?
For seven years, Cars.com has been collecting data from various sources to determine which vehicles are the “most American” — meaning which ones have the highest percentage of its parts content produced in the U.S. and Canada.
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Asgardia space nation accepting citizenship applications
Leaders of the Asgardia project discussed the prospective space nation at a news conference in Paris Wednesday (Oct. 12). The leaders aim to launch Asgardia’s first satellite in 2017 and say they would like to eventually have a space station where some, but not all, of its planned 150 million (mostly Earth-dwelling) nationals would live and work.
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Show Notes 10-01-2015

Thursday show 10-1-15

Sukkot
For forty years, as our ancestors traversed the Sinai Desert, following the Exodus from Egypt, miraculous “clouds of glory” surrounded and hovered over them, shielding them from the dangers and discomforts of the desert.
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Christian, Muslim Refugees Separate Housing In Germany: Religion Segregation At Camps Encouraged By Police Union Leader
Amid backlash over Germany’s policy to accept a large number of refugees and clashes erupting among them at refugee camps, the deputy head of the police trade union has said the country should separate those seeking asylum by religion.
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EU foreign policy chief sees Palestinian issue as a global priority
On a day when the bloody Syrian conflict took a dangerous new turn with the launch of Russian airstrikes and Iran’s supreme leader issued military threats against Saudi Arabia, the European Union’s top diplomat suggested Wednesday that resolving the Israeli-Palestinian dispute was a global priority.
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CMPD considers no-go areas for criminals
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and Charlotte City Council are discussing whether to create “public safety zones,” city areas where people with past arrests would be prohibited from entering.
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Treasury secretary says Congress needs to act on debt limit by November 5
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday the deadline for Congress to increase the government’s borrowing cap has been moved up to about Nov. 5. That likely means the matter must be resolved before House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, leaves Congress at the end of October.
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Two found guilty of murder of border agent in ‘Fast and Furious’ scandal
Two men were found guilty Thursday of murdering U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry with guns supplied by the U.S. government. The 12 jurors found Ivan Soto-Barraza and Jesus Sanchez-Meza guilty on nine different charges, including first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery. They deliberated for just over three hours at the U.S. District Court in Tucson, AZ.
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Students Were Giving Away Copies of Constitution in ‘Free Speech Zone.’ Then, Cop Confronted Them
A group of libertarian students distributing free copies of the U.S. Constitution during a free speech protest held in a “free speech zone” at Penn State University Friday were confronted by a police officer and told they needed to cease their activities and first obtain school approval.
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School questionnaire: Do your parents own guns?
Hendrickson High School officials in Pflugerville, Texas, have angered some parents with a questionnaire distributed to students that asks, point-blank, if their family members own guns.
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Students go berserk after conservative club uses term ‘anchor babies
A recently approved Young Americans for Freedom student club at Gettysburg College made quite a debut on campus after its recruitment fliers used the term “anchor babies” and asked of abortion “do you enjoy hugging babies vs killing them,” among other statements.
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Obama puts US on fast track to world government
Obama puts U.S. on ‘fast track’ to world government The United Nation 2030 Agenda endorsed by President Obama, Pope Francis and the U.N. General Assembly brings the world one giant step closer to true global governance.
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Show Notes 10/12/2014

Sunday Show 10/12/14
Sukkot
The Festival of Sukkot begins on Tishri 15, the fifth day after Yom Kippur. It is quite a drastic transition, from one of the most solemn holidays in our year to one of the most joyous. Sukkot is so unreservedly joyful that it is commonly referred to in Jewish prayer and literature as Z’man Simchateinu Z’mn Simchateinu (in Hebrew), the Season of our Rejoicing.
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W.E.B. Du Bois
W.E.B. Du Bois was born during the term of President Andrew Johnson and died the year that Lyndon Johnson became president. Du Bois was born in 1868 and raised in Massachusetts, and graduated in 1888 from Fisk University, a black liberal arts college in Nashville, Tennessee. During the summer, he taught in a rural school and later wrote about his experiences in his book THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK.
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Horseback protest targets BLM, but environmentalists say “whoa”
They’re a dozen men and women riding horseback on a modern-day cross-country cattle drive, but with fistfuls of petitions instead of a herd of steers. Their wide-brimmed hats tipped low against the sun’s glare, they’re riding from Bodega Bay, Calif., to Washington.
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‘Museum of the Bible’ hopes to have faithful flock to Washington
If Steven Green’s prayers are answered, a new museum will take its place three years from now in Washington, alongside such venerable repositories of art and artifacts as the Smithsonian and the Air and Space and U.S. Holocaust Memorial museums.
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Fast selling book ignored by media, buried in stores
Published Tuesday, it already is going through a fifth printing, sits near the top of the Internet sales lists and will debut on the New York Times list next week; but even amid widespread acknowledgement that the nation is unraveling, nobody in establishment media seems interested in talking about a book called “Stop the Coming Civil War”.Read more at
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Boy, 13, killed when sacrificial goat plunges from roof
A 13-year-old boy has been killed after a sacrificial goat jumped off a building and landed on his head. A Turkish schoolboy Heval Yildirim died when sacrificial goat jumped off building and fell on him.
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Obama’s Catalist Database operates like the Borg
As I mentioned in my previous column, the Democrats and the institutional left have a new political tool that allows them virtually to ignore moderates yet still win elections. It’s called the Catalist database, and was previously deployed in the 2012 election.
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Mexican Gov’t paying to help shield Illegal Immigrants in the US from deportation
The government of Mexico is paying to help its citizens who are living illegally in the United States avoid deportation. According to a report from National Public Radio, the Mexican government through its 50 consulates around the United States has been helping to fund low-income illegal immigrants to apply for President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA — which shields illegal immigrants from deportation and allows them to work in the U.S. Read More
Supreme Court blocks Wisconsin voter ID law
The Supreme Court on Thursday night blocked Wisconsin from implementing its new voter identification law on the eve of next month’s elections. In a related action, a district court judge in Texas ruled that state’s voter ID law is racially discriminatory and violates the Voting Rights Act. The state attorney general’s office said it would appeal.
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Gay marriage opponent Perkins calls recent Supreme Court move on gay marriage ‘back alley maneuver’
Tony Perkins, Family Research Council president and outspoken opponent of gay marriage, said Sunday that the Supreme Court effectively deciding last week to allow states to handle the issue is a “back alley maneuver” and that the debate is “not going away.”
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Thousands of Pastors defying IRS
It’s been a rough year or so for the Internal Revenue Service. The agency has been in the news for “losing” key computer records that Congress wants to investigate. There was the scandal over high-level attempts to investigate and intimidate churches. And there were the demands that certain conservative and Christian groups reveal their prayers and promise not to oppose Planned Parenthood.
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Show notes 09/30/2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 9/30/12

Blessing for Dwelling in the Sukkah
This blessing should be recited at any time you are fulfilling the mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah
http://www.jewfaq.org/prayer/sukkot.htm#Dwell

All things Terrorist Professor Bill Ayers and Obama’s Federal School Curriculum!!
http://www.aim.org/special-report/terrorist-professor-bill-ayers-and-obamas-federal-school-curriculum/

Katie Couric voted worst reporter in the history of man
At the Media Research Center’s 25th Anniversary Gala in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night, former CBS News anchor Katie Couric was voted “The Worst Reporter in the History of Man.” http://cnsnews.com/news/article/katie-couric-voted-worst-reporter-history-man

MTA changes ad rules 
In response to the New York City subway attacks by Mona Eltahawy, the Egyptian-American activist, the Metropolitan Transit Authority has now determined that it will change its rules to prohibit any ads that it “reasonably foresees would imminently incite or provoke violence or other immediate breach of the peace.”
http://legalinsurrection.com/2012/09/mta-changes-ad-rules-and-rewards-eltahawy-stunt/

Biden misstakes number of fallen heroes in Iraq and Afghanistan 
But Biden understated the number of fallen heroes, according to the Defense Department. As of September 27, 2012, at 10 a.m., the Defense Department reported 6,471 deaths in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/biden-misstates-number-fallen-heroes-iraq-and-afghanistan_653284.html

What is Sukkot? 
Sukkot is an eight-day harvest holiday that arrives during the Hebrew month of Tishrei. It starts four days after Yom Kippur and is followed by Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. Sukkot is also known as the Festival of Booths and the Feast of Tabernacles.
http://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/whatissukkot.htmhttp://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/whatissukkot.htm