News Roundup 8-24-18

​Date:        August 24, 2018
Host:        Jim Schneider
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​​Here’s a sample of stories Jim presented from various news services:

–Senator John McCain to discontinue medical treatment for his brain cancer.
–Hurricane ‘Lane’ heading toward Hawaii.
–September 4th is the date nomination hearings will begin for Brett Kavanaugh.
–‘Unite for Justice’ events to take place tomorrow to protest Brett Kavanaugh.
–White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders noted that the alleged killer
of Mollie Tibbetts is an illegal immigrant.
–President Trump held a White House salute to heroes honoring the men and women
of I.C.E. and Customs and Border Protection.
–A Florida city has been littered with flyers that accuse a local businessman of
being a predator who profits from sexual violence, physical abuse and the caging
of undocumented people, simply because he rents office space to I.C.E.
–Members of a satanic group succeeded in getting a statue of Baphomet placed on
the grounds of the Arkansas state capitol.
–David Daleiden is fighting to release even more incriminating footage
documenting the organ harvesting trade in the abortion industry.
–A report indicates that United Way affiliates donate to Planned Parenthood.
–A 3 judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Alabama’s 2016
ban on the dilation and evacuation abortion procedure more commonly known as
‘dismemberment abortion’.
–NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon teamed up with a Portland ice cream parlor to create an
abortion themed ice cream flavor in order to raise funds to defend reproductive
–Abortion promoter and Chile’s first woman president, Michelle Bachelet, was
appointed by U.N. Secretary Antonio Guterres to lead the U.N. Human Rights
–A Pennsylvania school board is considering a new proposal to give Planned
Parenthood access to its high school students.
–The British Medical Association is studying whether doctors should be able to
pull the plug on patients with severe dementia or other degenerative diseases.
–A man pointed a loaded gun at another man who was ministering to women outside
an abortion clinic in Illinois.
–A Wisconsin board that oversees insurance for state employees has voted to
restore coverage for sex reassignment procedures for transgender workers.
–The Foundation for Moral Law is urging the Supreme Court to protect religious
liberty from transgender activism.
–The American Library Association’s connection to ‘drag queen story time’ at
–Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada communicated at a press conference for a
‘pride’ parade that it’s not enough to just be tolerant of homosexuality.
Canadians must now accept homosexuality.

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