Air date: October 30, 2015
Host: Jim Schneider
Jim Schneider informed listeners about numerous news items not likely to be brought up or discussed on major network newscasts. Stories included:
–Austrians arming themselves at record rates in order to defend their households from Muslim invaders.
–Islamic gangs in Germany have broken into schools and churches, plundering collection boxes, crosses and other valuables.
–Hundreds of Germans attempting to bring charges of treason against Angela Merkel for her part in opening Germany to mass migration.
–Germans lost their jobs at a four-star hotel so it could house Muslim migrants.
–ISIS is sending a trainee assassin into the U.N. refugee camps to murder Christians.
–Muslim refugees gleefully burning down tents and supplies provided by their hosts to emphasize that they are not receiving what they feel they are entitled to by virtue of their mere arrival on non-Muslim shores.
–Migrants and refugees will be allowed to compete in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
–The full panel of judges on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Constitution does not allow police officers to eject Christians from a public area just because Muslims are threatening violence.
–President Obama says the U.S. and the world’s largest Muslim nation (Indonesia) will merge their economies under an agreement whose terms have not been disclosed to Congress or the public.
–Ahmed Mohammed (the clock boy) is now being named to Time Magazine’s list of most influential teens of 2015.
–Governor Dayton of Minnesota attended a community conversation about race hosted by the St. Cloud NAACP and told those who are questioning refugee resettlement in the central Minneapolis region to find another state.
–Thousands of Israeli Jews took legal action against Facebook in New York court alleging it allowed jihadists to openly recruit and train terrorists and plan terror attacks on its pages.
–A family in Gaza names their son, ‘Knife of Jerusalem’ to show solidarity with those Palestinian terrorists responsible for the dozens of attacks on Israeli’s this past month.
–2 people injured in a stabbing attack in Jerusalem today.
–More than 300 academics from dozens of British universities have pledged to boycott Israeli academic institutions in protest of what they call intolerable human rights violations against the Palestinian people.
–Despite astonishing statistics on violent crimes committed by illegal aliens the U.S. Senate blocked a bill that was aimed at cracking down on America’s nearly 300 sanctuary cities. Laws in sanctuary cities help shield illegal immigrants from deportation even after they’ve committed felonies.
–The Obama administration is ordering the nation’s public schools to support illegal immigrant students, promote the President’s amnesty and to embrace and value the diversity and cultural backgrounds of the foreigners receiving a free American taxpayer funded education.
–North Carolina governor signs bill into law that bans any policy that interferes with the enforcement of federal immigration laws.
–New Mexico driver’s licenses are about to become a lot less useful and residents can blame the state’s insistence on issuing the I.D.’s to illegal immigrants.
–The Department of Justice is beginning the release of some 6,112 federal inmates under the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s new sentencing retroactivity guidelines for drug offenders.
–The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Public Health Preparedness Program is currently recruiting for an Ebola coordinator in in the Bureau of EMS and Preparedness.
–According to Microsoft’s non-discrimination policy, Christian non-profits need not apply for donated software unless they are willing to hire gay, lesbian and transgender employees.
–American Girl is promoting sin in the November/December issue of their magazine. The issue contains an article about adoption from foster care that includes a picture of a family with 2 dads.
–40 members of Congress have signed a letter to Ukraine parliament leaders urging them to include same-sex protections into Ukraine’s new constitution.
–Law firms and scholars came to the defense of Blaine Adamson, the owner of a small printing company who’s been ordered by the government to print shirts promoting a gay pride festival and to attend government mandated diversity training.
–Military chaplain, Wesley Modder, has now been cleared of wrongdoing after complaints against him concerning his views on homosexuality.
–The U.S. Justice Department filed a friend of the court brief supporting a transgender student barred by his school from using the restroom that corresponds with his gender identity.
–Russian submarines and spy ships are patrolling near vital undersea cables that carry almost all global Internet communications.
–The U.S.S. Ronald Reagan scrambled jets after 2 Russian navel reconnaissance aircraft flew within 1 nautical mile of the American aircraft carrier as it sailed in international waters east of the Korean Peninsula.
–Law enforcement agencies are being warned about a Halloween revolt by a dangerous anarchist group designed to ambush police officers.
–The U.S. government’s main climate research agency has refused a request by House Republicans to release key documents concerning the controversial issue of whether or not there’s been a pause in global warming.
–The EPA is asking young people to join a group of youth climate justice leaders.
–The San Francisco Bay area is banning fireplaces and wood stoves from newly constructed buildings.
–2 top senators are probing the IRS’s use of secret cell phone tracking systems.
–Candidates fought with moderator over what they felt were dishonest questions and cynical attacks at the recent Republican debate.
–Washington high school football coach put on paid leave for praying with players after games on the 50 yard line.
–The Chinese government is halting its one child policy and replacing it with a policy that will allow couples to obtain permits to have 2 children.