Show Notes 05-08-2016

Sunday Show 05-08-16 

Obama Administration Admits They Lied About Iran Deal, ‘Ventriloquized’ The Media
Many Americans look at the pathological lies of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and wonder quietly to themselves how we reached this point.
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Obama embraces Transgender Moms in Mother’s day decree
In his 2016 Mother’s Day proclamation, President Obama included a new class of mothers in his announcement: transgenders.
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Uber conquered taxis. Now it’s going after everything else
There’s no shortage of companies claiming to be the Uber of their industry, whether it’s food delivery, flowers, mattresses or medicinal marijuana.
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Black cadets cause West Point stir with raised fists
The prestigious West Point military academy has opened an inquiry after 16 black female cadets posed for a photo with fists raised in militant style.
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Passenger thinks Penn prof doing math is ‘terrorist;’ flight delayed
An olive-complexioned, curly-haired University of Pennsylvania economics professor was deeply focused while scribbling an algebraic equation Thursday night, waiting aboard an American Airlines flight scheduled to take off from Philadelphia to Syracuse, N.Y.
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Title IX
Title IX is a portion of the United States Education Amendments of 1972, Public Law No. 92-318, 86 Stat. 235 (June 23, 1972), codified at 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681–1688, co-authored and introduced by Senator Birch Bayh; it was renamed the Patsy Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act in 2002, after its late House co-author and sponsor.
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The Mother of Title IX: Patsy Mink
Patsy Mink was one of the principal authors of the Education Amendments of 1972, largely referred to as Title IX, which was later renamed the Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, after her death in 2002.
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Two New York college students who claimed to be victims of racist attack expelled
Two black female college students who claimed to be victims of an assault by a group of white men and women reportedly were expelled from the University at Albany.
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Father-daughter school dance canceled after complaints
A father-daughter dance organized to raise funds for a elementary school’s Parent Teacher Organization has been canceled.
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Alabama House Passes Bill to Keep Abortion Clinics Away From Schools, Clinic Plans to Sue
The Alabama House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday that would ban abortion clinics from operating “within 2,000 feet of the property or campus of a public school.” The bill is now on Republican Governor Robert Bentley’s desk and if he signs it, the law will be challenged by the ACLU and a Huntsville abortion clinic.
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GREAT-GRANDMA, 80, GUNS DOWN INTRUDER AFTER CROWBAR BEATING
An 80-year-old great-grandmother shot and killed a home intruder after he beat her husband with a crowbar.
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Liberty Counsel President: ‘I’m Taking a Glock .45 to the Ladies Room’
Liberty Counsel President Anita Staver tweeted recently that she’s taking “a Glock .45 to the ladies room” to protect herself against men who may use recent LGBT laws allowing people to use restrooms according to their gender identity.
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Show Notes 02-04-16

Thursday Show 02-04-16

Obama: ‘For More Than a Thousand Years People Have Been Drawn to Islam’s Message of Peace’
President Barack Obama said today in a speech at the Islamic Society of Baltimore that one fact that has not been “communicated on a regular basis through our media” is that “for more than a thousand years people have been drawn to Islam’s message of peace.”
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Federal grand jury indicts 16 people in Malheur refuge takeover
Ammon Bundy and 15 others accused in the armed takeover of a federal wildlife refuge — including four people who remain at the bird sanctuary — have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to impede federal officers through intimidation, threats or force.
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Poll: Uninsured sit on the sidelines as sign-up season ends
Most uninsured Americans are sitting on the sidelines as sign-up season under the federal health law comes to a close, according to a new poll that signals the nation’s historic gains in coverage are slowing.
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Genomic medicine: The future is now
Cancer care has made great strides over the past decade, and three little letters have made a huge difference in the journey: DNA.“Ideally, it would be great if we had one disease, with one mutation, with one treatment, with one drug, but unfortunately, that’s not the case,” said Dr. Shayma Kazmi, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist at CTCA.
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New Orleans can take down Rebel monuments — if someone agrees to do it
A judge ruled Tuesday that New Orleans can move forward with plans to take down its storied Confederate monuments, but the job is big, and won’t be easy.
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Phoenix council members vote to replace opening prayers with moment of silence
The Phoenix City Council voted Wednesday to end the longstanding tradition of prayer before meetings and replaced it with a moment of silence, preventing an address by a Satanist group and averting a lawsuit over constitutional rights.
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Sen. Lee Launches ‘Constitutional Rehabilitation’ Project: ‘Congress Has Recast Itself as the Back Seat Driver in American Politics’
Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) launched a new initiative in Congress Wednesday, described as a “network of House and Senate conservatives working together on a new agenda of government reform” that “focuses on congressional rehabilitation,” based on the original powers vested in Congress by Article 1 of the Constitution.
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Obama to call for $10-per-barrel oil tax to fund clean transport
President Obama will propose a $10 fee for every barrel of oil to be paid by oil companies in order to fund clean energy transport system, the White House announced Thursday — although Republicans were quick to declare the plan “dead on arrival” in Congress.
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Lawmaker Praises Choice in ‘On-Demand’ Market – Asks for Regulation Hearings
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) has pressed for a hearing on the regulatory implications of the “sharing economy”, which includes companies like Uber and Lfyt.
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Show Notes 07-23-2015

Thursday show 07-23-15
11 strange facts you didn’t know about the first Moon landing
You would expect that when NASA asks you to be the first man to walk on the Moon that they would consider the possibility of things going wrong. Well for Neil Armstrong he couldn’t afford the life insurance policy for an astronaut. However, along with Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin he wasn’t alone.
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Summer is so bad here that cops ‘arrest’ weathermen
Fed-up police in the Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador have become so desperate about the lack of good weather in recent weeks that they have issued a plea to locate the missing season.
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Ancient Amazon Rain forest Was Once Used for Agriculture
The Amazon rainforest, often thought to have been pristine wilderness before the modern era, was once domesticated, and was reclaimed by the wild only in recent centuries, research increasingly suggests.
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Uber has hilarious comeback to NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio
In reaction to a NYC bill, Uber has done something to push back in a way that is both unique and hilarious. The bill seeks to limit the amount of new drivers transportation companies can hire and, thus, severely limit the growth of alternative transport businesses such as Uber.
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Residents sue Seattle saying new trash rules violate privacy
Environmental goals about garbage in this and other like-minded cities increasingly come down to three words: Throw less away. So Seattle residents are given different bins to put out on the curb — one for yard and food waste, another for recycling — and are encouraged to use ever-tinier cans for the stuff that really is trash.
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Hoyer: ‘I Reject Any Premise that Planned Parenthood is Harvesting Fetal Organs, or Body Parts’
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said he rejected the “premise that Planned Parenthood is harvesting fetal organs” at his weekly pen-and-pad meeting with reporters on Tuesday.
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Quiz: Who signed all 4 founding-documents?
He was the only person to sign all four of America’s founding documents:
Articles of Association – 1774
Declaration of Independence – 1776
Articles of Confederation – 1777
U.S. Constitution – 1787
Who was he? Roger Sherman.
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Obama admin looks to ban some Social Security recipients from owning guns
Obama looks to ban Social Security recipients from owning guns
The Obama administration wants to keep people collecting Social Security benefits from owning guns if it is determined they are unable to manage their own affairs, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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Show Notes 06-25-2015

Thursday show 06-25-15

BLM Vendetta: Hammonds Headed For Jail On Criminal Charges Filed By BLM on Normally Minor Fire
If BLM Wins On Hammond Vendetta in Oregon, No Landowner or Permittee
Will Be Safe From the Feds BLM and the Fish and Wildlife Service have declared War on the West, a new range war that threatens all landowners and permittees.
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Here Are The 61 ObamaTrade Senators
The “cloture” vote passed, 60-37. ObamaTrade is now on a fast track.
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Jefferson Memorial, Confederate statues enter national race debate
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, which has stood near the banks of the Potomac River in Washington for more than 70 years, is a classical tribute to the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president.
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UN demands four pro-life countries to stop protection unborn babies from abortion
The United Nations’ treaty monitoring body for the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) ignored the pro-life laws of four countries under review during its recent 55th session and strongly urged the countries to change their laws or policies on abortion, despite the fact that the treaty does not mention abortion.
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Watchdog reveals evidence was destroyed during probe of IRS targeting
The lead government watchdog for the IRS revealed Thursday that computer evidence was erased during the investigation into the agency’s targeting scandal, months after the IRS was told to preserve documents.
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Angry Uber protests spark Paris travel chaos
Angry protests against Uber have sparked travel chaos in Paris as French taxi drivers launched a nationwide strike against the popular U.S.-based ridesharing service.
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Tensions high after Druze attack Israeli medical workers out of fear jihadists being treated
The increasingly volatile situation on the Israel-Syria border and the fear of many Israeli Druze that their Syrian brethren are about to be attacked by the Al Qaeda-linked forces sparked a deadly lynch mob attack on an Israeli military ambulance in the Golan Heights region this week that claimed the life of a Syrian being transported for humanitarian medical treatment.
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