Show Notes 10-13-2017

Friday Show Notes 10-13-17

‘Scam’ superintendent trying to interest Homeshoolers in state program
A “scam” by a South Dakota school superintendent offering homeschoolers free laptops in exchange for enrolling in his district for one day has been explained. He was just hoping to interest them in a distance-learning program.
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NFL members in the military
Chicago Bears quarterback Sid Luckman was one of 19 men (out of 28) from his team’s 1943 championship squad to leave for the war the following year.
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Army Schedules Hearing to Consider Bergdahl Guilty Plea
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear before a judge next week to enter an expected guilty plea to charges that he endangered comrades by walking off his remote post in Afghanistan in 2009.
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Columbus: not as bumbling as you might think
Columbus was looking for a sea route to India and China because 40 years earlier Muslim Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453 cutting off the land routes.
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Oxford Univ. Student Union Bans Christian Union From Fair, Calls Christianity ‘Excuse for Homophobia’
An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting up a stall at a college freshers’ fair, with a representative calling Christianity “an excuse for homophobia and neo-colonialism.”
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Millennials Are So Terrified Of Religion They’re Developing One Around Harry Potter
Since time immemorial, people have found certain things profoundly fulfilling. Things like faith and family have helped us to look outside ourselves and to a higher power, making us feel whole.
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SFUSD may cut down on tests for students
In the wake of statewide standardized testing results released last month, a San Francisco education leader is hoping to change local policies to cut down on the slew of tests students are to take throughout the school year.
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A Look at the Birth of the Continental Navy
In October each year, the U.S. Navy celebrates its birthday. It has done so for 234 years, but the birth of the U.S. Navy stems from a very short, frantic, almost panicked 11 days in 1775. The result of that crisis has become the most powerful sea power in the world.
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Show Notes 07-02-2017

Sunday show 7/2/17

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief
In a major shake-up of the Vatican’s administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism’s top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff’s vision of a more inclusive Church.
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Armed 11-year-old boy saves fishing party from charging bear
Quick action from a Hoonah boy saved a fishing party from a charging brown bear on June 18, the Empire has learned through Alaska State Troopers and family members.
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Navy destroyer sails near disputed island claimed by China
The Navy destroyer USS Stethem conducted a “right of innocent passage” exercise Sunday near a tiny but bitterly disputed island occupied by China in the South China Sea.
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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who held various diplomatic posts in the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, told Congress on Wednesday that President Obama, in hindsight, “should have acted more resolutely, quickly” to tell the American people about Russian attempts to interfere with the U.S. election.
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NEW ALERT OVER X-RATED MATERIALS … IN SCHOOL!
A new warning has been issued for the pornographic content, including “group, anal, public, and BDSM sex,” of a popular online resource that many schools make available to their students.
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PERSECUTED CUBAN HOMESCHOOLERS LOOK TO TRUMP POLICY FOR HOPE
Experts at the world’s foremost advocacy organization for homeschooling, the Home School Legal Defense Association, say a homeschooling Cuban father’s hope to remain out of jail may rest with the Trump administration’s recent policy change.
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PARENTS SUE SCHOOLS OVER COLLUSION WITH ‘HAMAS FRONT’
Parents suing San Diego schools over an “anti-Islamophobia” campaign have revised their complaint to focus on the radical Islamic origin of the group that initiated the program.
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The man who made Princeton University great
John Witherspoon was born on February 5, 1722, at the village of Gifford, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The males in his family were all clergymen, and he was trained to become a Presbyterian minister. At the age of four, he could read the Bible. He attended grammar school at the neighboring town of Haddington.
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Show Notes 11-05-15

Thursday show 11-05-15

Eight ways America will die in a single night
The next war could easily be over before it starts. Short of a military coup and an instantaneous revamping of our military strategy, there is nothing that the United States can do, short of a prolonged civilian led conflict, led by armed veterans, to stave off invasion and occupation.
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Socialists gather in New York to plot political overhaul
The Workers World Party is taking to New York City for a two-day conference to show how to spread socialism around the nation and world, and to explain why the time is ripe for such expansion.
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Navy down to five aircraft carriers at sea none in the Mideast
Longer deployments and the high pace of operations have taken their toll on the U.S. aircraft carrier fleet, reducing the number currently at sea to five and leaving the Mideast without a carrier on station for the first time since 2007, Navy officials said Tuesday.
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Top 10 celebrity veterans
These ten celebrities are famous, they’ve gone on to great things, and they all have one thing in common: they served in the U.S. military. Some of them made use of military education benefits to further their careers.
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Brian Bonner’s plan to take Our Republic back!

For those who do not listen to my radio show, I spent 10 years trying to figure out how to get back to the Constitutional Republic given to us by those who created the Constitution, without bloodshed and this is what I came up with:
We need to take back our local and State governments with true Constitutional Conservatives. I am talking from the school boards and town councils all the way to the Governor of the State. We the people have to get off our backsides and find Constitution minded candidates, convince them to run and help them get elected. We the people have been asleep behind the wheel for too long. Once we achieve this, the State re-asserts their Constitutional Sovereignty and tells the federal government we will no longer follow your unconstitutional mandates, give you unconstitutional money, take money from you and we do not care what the courts think.
We, the States, created you to serve our needs and not the other way around. There are no “implied powers” in the Constitution. The states then purge their courts of those who have served in bad behavior and once enough states are taken back we hold an article 5 convention and make the Constitution CRYSTAL CLEAR, including stating the courts will use natural law as found in Emerich de Vatell’s Law of Nations and place limitations on the courts.
We then purge the federal courts of those who have served in bad behavior and replace them with people who understand that the role of the court is to look at the original intent of the legislators who created the law and apply it to the person or situation in front of them, not re-interpret the law. Next we get rid of all the unconstitutional laws and bureaucracy that were created and phase out all government entitlement programs. Anything we want to keep we have to amend the Constitution to keep them. Like we need the Air Force, but this requires an amendment. This puts the general government back into it’s Constitutional box.
Speaking of the military, no standing army, we have the militia, we the people and the organized militia, the National Guard and the Navy, with Marines, Seals and planes. I would pull ALL our military back home and close all over seas bases. Obviously the Navy would still patrol. We would revert the National Guard back to the States as the State Guard and use the individual border State Guards to secure our borders and build the dang fence with gun turrets, unmanned drones, and seismic sensors. The Air Force would have bases here in the USA to protect us.

Now we have our liberty back without a bloody revolution. Sending people to Washington will only slow the train wreck down, they will not and cannot dismantle the federal government from within, but the States do have the power, so do “We The People”

Show Notes 07-30-2015

Thursday show 07-30-15
Families face tough decisions as cost of elder care soars
Doris Ranzman had followed the expert advice, planning ahead in case she wound up unable to care for herself one day. But when a nursing-home bill tops $14,000 a month, the best-laid plans get tossed aside.
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Teens emergency contraception use increase
The percentage of teen girls who use emergency contraception, sometimes referred to as the “morning-after pill,” has increased considerably over the last decade, according to a new report.
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World War l

On June 28, 1914, a young Serbian nationalist named Gavrilo Princip killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in Sarajevo,Bosnia. Taking place against a backdrop of escalating tensions in the Balkans, the assassination set off a chain of events that would lead to the start of World War I barely one month later.
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Graduates Sue Rolling Stone Over Retracted Rape Story
Three University of Virginia graduates and members of a fraternity profiled in a debunked account of a gang rape in a retracted Rolling Stone magazine story filed a lawsuit against the publication and the article’s author Wednesday, court records show.
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Stallone puts ‘Rocky,’ ‘Rambo’ memorabilia up for auction
Sylvester Stallone is parting with memorabilia from the “Rocky” and “Rambo” movies, but he’s keeping the two characters alive onscreen.
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AP Investigation: Olympic teams to swim, boat in Rio’s filth
Athletes competing in next year’s Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found.
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Chicago sheriff puts inmates to work demolishing abandoned buildings
A Chicago sheriff has a new ally in the battle to rid the city of abandoned properties that attract squatters, drugs and crime: prison inmates.
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Navy admiral confirms US pulling aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf this fall
The U.S. Navy will not have an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf this fall for the first time in years, President Obama’s nominee to be the Navy’s top officer told Capitol Hill lawmakers Thursday.
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Court dismisses lawsuit seeking person hood for 2 N.Y. chimps
Two chimpanzees will not be freed from a New York state university where they’re used in locomotion studies after a court decision Thursday dismissed a lawsuit that had sought to afford them legal personhood rights.
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Thursday Show Notes 07-02-15

Thursday Show Notes 07-02-15
Polygamous trio vows lawsuit if Montana wedding license is denied
HELENA, Mont. — A Montana man said Wednesday that he was inspired by last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage to apply for a marriage license so that he can legally wed his second wife.
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128 Unaccompanied Alien Children Caught at Mexican Border Per Day in  May
Data obtained by CNSNews.com from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CPB) shows about 128 unaccompanied alien children (UACs) were apprehended at the Southwest U.S. border every day during the month of May. In total, 3,965 children were caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally during that month alone.
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19.8% of U.S. Workforce Was Foreign-Born in June
The unemployment rate for foreign-born workers in the United States increased slightly in June, according to data released Thursday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). BLS counted a total of 24,816,000 foreign-born workers in June, 282,000 fewer than last month’s total. The unemployment rate for the group increased from 4.7 percent to 4.9 percent.
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Homeland Security: Give Transgender Illegal Alien Detainees Their Choice of ‘Undergarments’
After six months of study, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, has issued new guidelines on how to care for transgender illegal aliens who end up in detention facilities, awaiting possible deportation.
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Famous Iwo Jima flag goes gay
An image of Marines raising the U.S. flag over Iwo Jima that was changed to reflect the “gay” lifestyle with a rainbow banner has been making the social-media rounds in the days since the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex unions – and Twitter posters are in an uproar.
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Navy yard in lockdowm as police hunt shooter
The Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., was put in lockdown mode Thursday morning as police searched for what they believed was an active shooter – but investigators ultimately determined the incident was nothing, and issued an “all clear” ruling an estimated two hours later.
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Show Notes 05-10-2015

Sunday show 05-10-15

DOJ to investigate whether Baltimore police practices violated The Constitution
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Friday that the Justice Department plans to open an investigation into whether the Baltimore Police Department “engaged in a pattern or practice of violations of the Constitution or federal law.”
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Michigan lawyer wants pig to run for mayor after ballot deadline mix up
A Michigan lawyer wants his pig to enter into the Flint mayoral race after a mix-up threatened to keep candidates’ names off the primary election ballot.
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US retailer halts sales of all laminate flooring made in China
Lumber Liquidators has suspended the sale of all laminate flooring made in China a week after disclosing that the Justice Department is seeking criminal charges against the specialty retailer in an investigation over imported products.
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Building Tiny Houses Into Big Help for Los Angeles’ Homeless
Shortly after Elvis Summers befriended Irene McGhee, he learned she was sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles.So the man with the blue mohawk and wraparound shades decided to build the grandmother nicknamed “Smokie” a tiny house on wheels.
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State seizes kids from family living off grid
A homeschooling couple was arrested and had all 10 of their children taken by the state Thursday after a local sheriff acted on a tip about alleged poor living conditions at their 26-acre homestead where they live “off the grid.”
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Homeschool parents who faced battering ram back in court
The German homeschool parents who faced a SWAT team’s battering ram when police demanded to take their children into custody for being homeschooled are back in court.
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WWll solider’s lost gift to mom returns home for Mother’s day
solider. This is the story of a loving tribute from a soldier preparing for war to his mother on the other side of the continent, who didn’t know if she would ever see her boy again.
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Female soldiers fail to pass phase one of Army Ranger school
All eight female soldiers participating in the first co-ed class of U.S. Army Ranger School failed to advance to the second phase of the grueling infantry
course.
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Navy spends 1.6 billion to upgrade carrier and amphibian ship defenses
The Navy is working on a $1.6 billion technological upgrade overhauling ship defense systems onboard amphibs and aircraft carriers to include interceptor missiles, streamlined radars and software improvements, service officials said.
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