News Round-Up 4-8-16

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Date:  April 8, 2016

Host:   Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider presented listeners with details concerning numerous news stories not heard from many major news sources. They included:

–The U.N. seeking new control over the world’s oceans.
–The U.N. wants governments to provide more data about everything.
–Authorities in Bulgaria recently unveiled an official committee to help secure
the top spot at the UN for Bulgarian communist operative Irina Bokova.
–Billionaire globalist George Soros is targeting churches and pastors in the
nation of Georgia that are worried about surrendering their future to the
European Union.
–President Obama urges students to open their digital lives to the federal
government if they want to be protected by the government. He called current
privacy expectations from Americans as being unrealistic.
–Bernie Sanders quoted from 1981 where he says he doesn’t believe in charities.
–A move by J.P. Morgan-Chase to limit ATM withdrawals by non-customers to $1,000
per day did little to ease fears of a looming financial meltdown.
–NAACP says it’s part of a coalition of left-wing groups planning a second wave
of protests and mass civil disobedience scheduled to disrupt Washington, DC,
later this month.
–The White House has published a report that extreme heat could cause an increase
in the number of premature deaths.
–16 Democrat attorney generals are launching an inquisition against climate
change disbelievers.
–Parents with children attending a Texas elementary school face criminal charges
if they step on school grounds to drop off or pick up their children.
–China close to deploying formidable new nuclear missiles.
–Iran announced the unveiling of 12 new self-developed nuclear products in
several different fields ranging from fuel and laser technology to power plants
and reactors.
–On March 24th the Department of Justice indicted 7 Iranian hackers for 2 cyber
–Satellite images have reported suspicious activity at North Korea’s main nuclear
–The terrorist suspect believed to be the ‘man in the hat’ finally arrested in a
terror sweep.
–2 of Al Qaida’s former explosives experts were just transferred out of
Guantanamo Bay.
–A minister of the German government has confessed that neither Germany or the
European Union has a real strategy concerning how to integrate migrants into
European society.
–The motive behind the Islamic State prohibition of Christians in Syria has now
come to light. Christians will be used as hostages and human shields in the
event of a Russian/Syrian invasion of the Islamic capital.
–An ISIS tied group hacks into the New Jersey transit police website.
–Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin believes our southern border presents a
potential vulnerability that terrorists could use to gain access to the U.S.
–Border patrol agents near Texas detained 102 illegal aliens trying to cross
into the U.S. on Tuesday. That’s just one day at one of the 8 southwest border
patrol sectors.
–Illegal immigrants who are not given notices to appear are are said to be
‘walking out the front door’.
–A previously deported illegal alien killed a volunteer Nevada firefighter along
with his 22 month old son and 4 month old stepdaughter on Tuesday.
–Ohio police stopped and questioned an illegal alien in early July of 2015. They
contacted the border patrol to issue a detainer to keep this person in custody.
The border patrol refused and the illegal alien was released. 3 weeks later he
allegedly tried to rape a 14 year old girl, shot a woman on a bike path and
broke into a home and allegedly killed a 60 year old woman.
–A private college in Arizona is charging all students a $30 mandatory fee to
fund a scholarship for illegal immigrants.
–The Human Rights Campaign has delivered a letter to North Carolina Governor Pat
McCrory following his signing into law of the Public Facilities Privacy and
Security Act that designates public restrooms in schools and state facilities
for use according to one’s biological sex, calling the legislation
discriminatory and claiming it will be more difficult for the state to attract
the best workers and students.
–Governor McCrory can be thanked by calling him at 919-814-2000.
–Governor Phil Bryant of Mississippi signed the Protecting Freedom of Conscience
Law from Government Discrimination Act into law to protect religious liberty in
his state. You can thank the governor by calling him at 601-359-3150.
–A bed and breakfast near Paxton, Illinois, turned down a request from a same-
sex couple who requested to hold their wedding ceremony at the facility in 2011.
They have been ordered to pay $30,000 in damages to the couple, $50,000 to their
attorneys and to stop violating the Illinois Human Rights Act.
–A Christian family in Texas denied a homosexual couple their request for a
wedding cake. The family was soon inundated by threats, slander and malicious
online attacks.
–A pre-school in the Denver area has booted a 4 year old from its classes telling
her parents that her attendance was not a good fit. The disagreement arose when
the girl’s parents raised questions about books dealing with same-sex couples
and ‘worms’ unsure about their gender.

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