Air Date: October 10, 2014
Host: Jim Schneider
Jim Schneider hosted this news round-up and commentary edition of Crosstalk that featured the following stories researched by numerous news outlets:
–Teenager considered brain-dead is allegedly showing signs of life and moving on her own. Parents seek to have her declared alive.
–Air Force father targeted by Islamic State Militants.
–Unusual number of bomb threats in New England area forcing cancellations and evacuations.
–About 500 East Sussex (U.K.) students ages 3-11 coming back from summer recess find out they have to share restroom facilities with the opposite sex.
–Human Rights Commission in Lexington, Kentucky, has a message for Christian business owners who refuse service to LGBT organizations: Leave your religion at home.
–National Gay & Lesbian Task Force to change their name adding “Queer” to the title.
–According to a New York Times Op-Ed piece, pedophiles deserve civil rights.
–Federal judge strikes down voter I.D. laws in several states.
–The State Department allegedly promotes pro-jihad handbook.
–Children perform in mock beheading in a school play.
–White House sends “thank you” to Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City.
–New weekend of resistance in Ferguson, Missouri, allegedly plans to unite pro-Palestinian activists with Ferguson activists.
–California changes state health insurance rules to require that churches pay for elective abortions.
–Employment disincentives in Obamacare will likely reduce the nationwide weekly employment rate by at least 3%.
–Wal-Mart cutting health benefits for part-time workers.
–Judges hit with “silver bullet” to kill the Affordable Care Act.
–Americans fighting with ISIS entitled to come back to America unless their passport is revoked.
–Illegal alien from Mexico enters guilty plea in sex-slave case involving female minors.
–Mystery virus kills 5 children. Could have ties to illegal children entering U.S.
–Students at prestigious learning institution are being taught that America is a greater threat to global peace than ISIS.
–A Missouri physician accuses the CDC of not leveling with people regarding the possible spread of Ebola in the U.S.