News Round-Up 9-18-15

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Air Date: September 18, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider handled the hosting duties for this week ending news round-up program that featured details concerning the following stories:

–In a vote in the House of Representatives on the 1-year suspension of Planned Parenthood funding, the measure passed by a vote of 241-187. The Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Bill passed by a margin of 248-177 which means these bills will be going on to the Senate.
–The U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote early next week on the Pain Capable Unborn Baby Protection Act.
–A Muslim teen brought a homemade digital clock system to school. When questioned about the device, he acted in a passive/aggressive manor regarding his actions and did not have a reasonable answer concerning what he was doing with the case.
–When asked to pose for a picture by a reporter who was viewing the desk where the clock was built, the Muslim teen grabbed his Qur’an from his desk and held it up next to the wires.
–Israel has intelligence regarding plans from Arab youth to provoke violence on the Temple Mount.
–Security forces on high alert in Jerusalem after the public security minister condemns the Palestinian authority and Arab/Israeli lawmakers for spreading incitement and lies about the Temple Mount and fomenting unrest.
–4 people are injured by gunfire and petro bombs in a clash with Palestinians in Southwest Jerusalem.
–Jordan’s king warns Israel against Jerusalem provocation that could damage ties between the two countries.
–A bus catches fire from Molotov cocktails at a roundabout in an East Jerusalem neighborhood after the bus allegedly took a wrong turn and then was attacked when entering a Palestinian neighborhood.
–Mahmoud Abbas vows that he will not allow Israelis to desecrate Islamic and Christian sites in Jerusalem with their ‘filthy feet.’
–Arab rioters have been stockpiling rocks, cement blocks, fireworks, firecrackers, pipe bombs and fire bombs in mosque for use as ammunition against Jewish pilgrims that are visiting.
–2 Palestinian boys reveal that their most prominent desire is to kill Jews.
–President Obama signs an executive order requiring federal agencies to hire psychologists to experiment and find ways to better manipulate the American people to the federal government’s will.
–57 House Republicans urge Senate leaders to invoke the ‘nuclear option’ to reject President Obama’s deal with Iran on nuclear weapons.
–The Deputy Commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp claims the Iranian military has created advanced, unmanned aerial vehicle technology.
–The Vatican welcomes the U.S./Iranian nuclear agreement.
–An Air Force General cites alarming moves by the Russian military to establish firm air defenses in the year since the invasion of Georgia in 2008 and to beef up defenses around areas like Crimea.
–The severing of fiber optic communication cables in San Francisco could have been a dry-run for a terrorist attack.
–Massive Cisco router ‘hack’ hits at least four countries.
–The State Department tells Hillary Clinton’s lawyer to destroy the classified Benghazi e-mails.
–Syrian military reportedly using new air and ground weapons from Russia.
–Russia in the midst of steady military buildup at airport in Syria.
–Obama administration plans to accept offer from Russia for direct talks on its military buildup in Syria.
–Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to travel to Russia next week to speak with Putin about the deployment of forces to Syria and the threats to Israel.
–Russia agrees to help Iran upgrade its uranium enriching centrifuges.
–North Korea threatens nuclear attack on U.S. if the U.S. and other forces fail to put a halt to hostile foreign policy.
–Nearly half of the 27 Iraqi Christians that the Obama administration has been holding in detention for 6 months are set to be deported in coming weeks.
–New campaign to get 8.8 million legal immigrants into the U.S. on citizenship roles.
–President Obama is considering allowing up to 100,000 refugees to come to the U.S. yet our homeless veterans, that number between 130,000 and 200,000, are struggling with paying rent and are at risk of becoming homeless.
–Riots break out at Hungary’s border with Serbia as refugees shouting Allah-Akbar cause trouble proving that the refugees are not all innocent, displaced individuals.
–Liberty Counsel files brief with the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals arguing that the court had no authority to expand its original injunction against Kim Davis after she filed an appeal of that injunction.
–Senator Jeff Sessions is concerned that U.S. immigration could be included in the Trans Pacific Partnership.
–Hewlett Packard to cut about 10% of its 300,000 person work force.
–Frito-Lay unleashes ‘rainbow Doritos’ for LGBT support.
–Argentine health ministry announces resolution to allow homosexuals to donate blood.
–Tennessee pastor encourages Christian parents to have their kids take an ‘F’ in their world history classes as a way to stand up against what he claims is the school district’s attempt at indoctrinating and brainwashing students with Islam.
–A Harley-Davidson dealership in Washington, D.C. withdraws their invitation to bikers who had planned to meet at its Fort Washington location ahead of a Washington rally organized by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
–Austin area police on alert after an officer finds a ‘Black Lives Matter’ sign in the bathroom of one of the stores he was visiting.
–White House officials meet with members of ‘Black Lives Matter.’
–A Kentucky State Police trooper who was arranging for overnight lodging for a man he pulled over that had a suspended license, was shot and killed by the driver.
–A veteran Arizona police officer is expected to survive after being shot multiple times while making a traffic stop.
–Ohio teenager arrested after making terrorist threats.
–A delegation of lawmakers representing South Dakota have petitioned the Supreme Court via a resolution seeking to overturn Roe v. Wade.
–This week a U.S. Appeals Court ruled that President Obama’s health care law violates the rights of religiously affiliated employers by forcing them to help provide contraceptive coverage even though they do not have to pay for it.  

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