Air Date: October 9, 2015
Jim Schneider brought the following news stories to the attention of Crosstalk listeners:
–The Southern Poverty Law Center labels Liberty Counsel as a hate group.
–Anticipating a Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage, Kim Davis was proactive in early 2015 asking for a religious exemption to issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
–Hillary Clinton says that jail was the right thing for Kim Davis.
–U.S. officials conclude that the Iran deal violates federal law.
–Louis Farrakhan declares himself as the man who represents the Messiah that has come to end this civilization.
–Top law enforcement officials are now saying that terrorists have infiltrated our nation through Mexico.
–The European Union is set to deport hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers.
–Pamela Geller reports that Benjamin Netanyahu is claiming we are in the midst of a wave of terrorism.
–Hundreds of Muslims flock to Parliament Square under the guise of acting against climate change.
–The number of sanctuary cities explodes since July.
–American Airlines is honoring a man who served as an official of a group designated an unindicted co-conspirator in a terror funding case and documented front group for the Palestinian terrorist group, Hamas.
–A 34 year old Muslim immigrant is arrested for raping a 10 year old girl in Minnesota. The local media has refused to identify the man as a refugee from Somalia.
–A decision to make Wichita State University’s chapel faith neutral to accommodate Muslim students has created great angst after critics were accuse of being Islamophobic.
–The fastest growing language in the United States is Arabic.
–Writing assignment requires student to know the five pillars of Islam. Included was a code to scan to hear the call to prayer from a mosque in Istanbul.
–Europe bracing itself for yet another migrant wave from Syria.
–Planned Parenthood protests to take place tomorrow at P.P. centers.
–Obama administration is not conducting any oversight related to the selling of baby body parts by Planned Parenthood.
–Workers remove Ten Commandment’s monument during the dark of night from the grounds at the Oklahoma Capitol.
–County Commissioners want to save Blount County, Tennessee, from the wrath of God.
–Urologist Dr. Paul Church is unemployed due to a decade-long disagreement with his employer about homosexuality.
–An 18 year old woman in Lima, Peru, reportedly became possessed by a demon, convulsing, foaming at the mouth and trying to kill herself after playing a version of the Charley, Charley Challenge on her phone last Saturday.
–Governer Jerry Brown signs bill to make California the 4th state to legalize assisted suicide.
–World’s first lesbian bishop of a mainstream denomination has put forth a call for one of Sweden’s seaport churches to remove its crosses to make it less offensive to Muslims.
–Monday the Obama administration announced that the President would veto a defense authorization bill if it does not close down Guantanamo Bay.