News Round-Up and Comment

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Air Date: October 24, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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Vic Eliason took time behind the Crosstalk microphone to update listeners with news of the following stories:

--The founder of the Weather Channel says climate change is not scientifically credible.

--FBI Director warns Google and Apple that if they don't decrypt phones, they'll do it for them.

--Terror connection not ruled out in hatchet attack on city police in New York area.

--Britain's official education inspector has informed an independent Christian school that it's out of step with government prescribed British values and must invite someone from another faith, like a Muslim man, to lead the assemblies or it could be closed.

--California has ordered any insurance companies doing business in their state to immediately cover abortions with no exceptions.

--Blog site presents methods and ways to convince women to have an abortion.

--Little girls being taught feminist ideology. Their words contradict their appearance.

--A person can be purchased for $10 in Iraq from ISIS.

--ISIS pays young women to roam the streets terrorizing females who fall short of strict Shariah standards.

--Michigan pastors and Christian leaders gather on the grounds of the state capitol to hold a press conference in opposition to the growing movement within the Michigan legislature to amend their civil rights act to include sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.

--Secretary of State John Kerry blames the Jews for the Islamic State.

--Federal judge sides with the IRS and dismissed lawsuits by Tea Party groups seeking redress for the secret targeting of their applications for tax exempt status which the groups argued were delayed intentionally for political purposes.

--3 Colorado ladies found in Germany bound for the Islamic State.

--Michael Brown toxicology report and autopsy reportedly reveals marijuana and casts severe doubt on claims he was running away.

--Florida mom demands that Toys “R” Us stop selling “Breaking Bad” dolls.

--Republican candidate in Chicago tried to vote for himself but his vote registered for his opponent.

--ISIS may have Sarin nerve gas capability.

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