Show Notes 02-21-2016

Sunday Show 02-21-16

California now resembles a Midieval society
California isn’t what it used to be. Just ask historian Victor Davis Hanson. He has spent a lifetime in the Golden State and has watched with dismay as the culture has changed for the worse over the past few decades.
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Kansas judge bars Wichita mathematician’s access to voting machine tapes
A judge denied a Wichita Kansas mathematician’s request for access to paper voting machine tapes from the 2014 election that she wants to examine for evidence of possible fraud or malfunctioning.
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Sneaky Change to the TPP Drastically Extends Criminal Penalties
When the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was first released in November last year, it included provisions dictating the kinds of penalties that should be available in cases of copyright infringement.
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Woman jailed for refusing Federal order to commit perjury
When a federal court and the federal government ordered Doreen Hendrickson to sign a form under penalty of perjury that she believed to be inaccurate, the mother of two initially refused to comply.
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NY School Teachers Bring 150 Headscarves for Students to Wear. One Muslims Reaction Is Unexpected…
School administrators in Rochester, New York have come under fire recently for holding an event in solidarity with World Hijab Day on February 5th. As part of the celebration, female students at World of Inquiry School 58 were asked to wear headscarves provided by their teachers throughout the school day, while male ones were given carnations to wear.
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‘US airstrikes destroy over $500 million ISIS cash reserves’
US airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria have reportedly destroyed more than $500 million cash reserves and 20 kilograms of gold stored by the terror group.
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Citizens Rise Up, Demand an IMMEDIATE End to Obama’s Muslim ‘Refugees’ 
(Missoulian) – A public hearing on a proposed letter opposing the settlement of Syrian refugees in Ravalli County and the surrounding area drew hundreds Thursday afternoon.
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Evangelical Alliance: Parents – not the state – responsible for child’s education
Parents – not the state – should be the ultimate authority regarding a child’s education, according to the Evangelical Alliance. As the tax-paying funders of education, it is parents who are primarily responsible for the way that children are educated,” said Dr David Landrum, director of advocacy for the EA and the author of a new resource released today.
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Show Notes 08-02-2015

Sunday show 08-02-15
Former abortion clinic owner: “We pushed sex-ed to create a market for abortion”
As reported by The Catholic Register, Everett earned a commission for every abortion in addition to a share of the fees charged by each clinic. She says she sold abortion and made big bucks off of the “cash cow” of abortion.
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Hundreds rally to support Confederate flag at Stone Mountain Memorial
On Saturday, hundreds upon hundreds of people from Georgia arrived at Stone Mountain, the nation’s largest Confederate memorial, to show their support for the Confederate flag
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Soldier Asked to Produce ID for Cigarette Purchase — but Clerk’s Alleged Response to Seeing It Had Him in ‘Shock’
Collin Brown walked into a 7-Eleven in Redmond, Washington, last Wednesday and got himself a Slurpee. He also was looking to get cigarettes for his fiancee, so when the clerk asked Brown for proof of age, the Army reservist placed his military ID — which has his birthdate on the back and is a legal form of identification — on the counter.
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Obamas TPP trade deal hits the wall
President Obama’s hopes for a globalist pact integrating economies on four continents ran aground in Hawaii on Friday. Trade negotiators from 12 nations announced Friday they failed to reach a deal on the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP.
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Student’s stunning plea: Why did NYC let me graduate high school?
Melissa Mejia, 18, was stunned and embarrassed when officials at William Cullen Bryant HS in Long Island City, Queens, told her she had met all the requirements to receive a diploma in June.
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More parents turn to homeschooling
The National Catholic Register reports that recent data from the U.S. Department of Education shows explosive growth in homeschooling among American families, particularly in the last 10 years, when the number of students between the ages of 5 and 17 went from 1.09 million in 2003 to 1.77 million in 2012.
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Obama will impose unprecedented emissions controls US power plants
Aiming to jolt the rest of the world to action, President Barack Obama moved ahead Sunday with even tougher greenhouse gas cuts on American power plants, setting up a certain confrontation in the courts with energy producers and Republican-led states.
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Builders forced to purchase art to receive permits
A new program adopted by the city of Oakland, Calif., to force builders to fund projects by artists who are chosen by the city is being challenged in federal court, where the builders have filed a lawsuit alleging violations of the Constitution’s First and Fifth Amendments.
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EXCLUSIVE: Orthodox Jewish tenants at LeFrak City suing for discrimination over building’s new electronic keys – which they can’t use on Sabbath

Orthodox Jewish tenants at LeFrak City in Queens claim they are being discriminated against because newly installed lobby doors only open with an electronic key — which they cannot use on the Sabbath, a federal lawsuit alleges.
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Obama gives illegals massive health care plane
The level of health-care services provided to illegal aliens is about to get a huge boost from the Obama administration, which is hiring contractors to provide the equivalent of 5.5 million additional labor hours of treatment to detainees.
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Show Notes 06-07-2015

Sunday show 06-07-15

WikiLeaks releases secret TISA docs: The more evil sibling of TTIP and TPP
WikiLeaks has released 17 secret documents from the negotiations of the global Trade in Services Agreement (TISA), which have been taking place behind closed doors, largely unnoticed, since 2013.
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Kansas to cap welfare ATM withdrawals at $25 per day
Kansas is bleeding money. Lawmakers in the Sunflower State have been scrambling for years to make up a $400 million revenue gap following a 2012 income tax cut that left deep holes in the state budget.
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Report: Social Security Overpaid Nearly Half on Disability
Social Security overpaid nearly half the people receiving disability benefits over the past decade, according to a government watchdog, raising questions about the management of the cash-strapped program.
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Sen. Lee and Faith Leaders Act to Defend Religious Liberty, Cite ‘Biblical Revelation’ and Millennia of ‘Judeo-Christian Tradition’
Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) was joined by religious freedom advocates at a press conference on Wednesday to announce legislation he is introducing in Congress to protect religious individuals and institutions from government infringement on religious expression, particularly in the wake of what could be the Supreme Court ruling that homosexuals have a constitutional right to marry.
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Comediennes career derails before your eyes
There’s no doubt that “Spy,” the new James Bond spoof starring comedienne Melissa McCarthy, is laugh-out-loud funny.
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House Passes Amendment To End ATF’s Collection of Race, Ethnicity Data for Gun Sales
By a voice vote on Wednesday, the House passed Rep. Diane Black’s (R-TN) amendment to stop the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) from requiring Americans to disclose their race and ethnicity when buying a firearm from a federally-licensed dealer.
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Gunpoint average: Texas prof claims campus carry law will improve grades
A Texas college professor claims a coming law that would allowing licensed gun owners to carry firearms on campuses will cause grades to shoot up.
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House Committee Drops Funding for State Department Climate-Change Programs
Just months before the most important U.N. climate conference in years, Republican appropriators in the House of Representatives are taking aim at one of the Obama administration’s most cherished priorities – international climate change funding.
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