Below is a brief list of stories that Jim brought to the attention of listeners on this week’s edition of the ‘Round-Up.’
–Joni Eareckson Tada is now a two-time cancer survivor as she has announced she is free of cancer that she was diagnosed as having back in November.
–President Trump announced that the U.S. shot down an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz after it approached the USS Boxer carrying 2,000 Marines.
–Iran has seized a British flagged oil tanker today in the Strait of Hormuz.
–The U.S. military has verified that North Korea has a missile that can strike anywhere on the United States mainland.
–Parents of a little girl who suffered a sudden stroke are now fighting for her life against physicians who wish to remove her from life support.
–President Trump signed an executive order on Monday that will require federal agencies to purchase products using more U.S. components.
–Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has passed away at the age of 99.
–President Trump announced that he’s nominated Attorney Gene Scalia to replace Alex Acosta as Secretary of Labor.
–Representative Ilhan Omar introduced a resolution supporting the BDS (Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions) movement against Israel.
–A leader in Gaza stated that the Palestinians in America and Europe have been preparing to kill all the Jews giving the world one week before all the Palestinians around the world slaughter and kill every Jew on planet earth.
–Oregon public schools will be required to teach students about the holocaust and other genocides throughout history.
–An official New Zealand government website wipes Israel off the map.
–In spite of having a Muslim population of only 1%, a New Zealand survey shows it is the best Muslim nation in the world based upon various categories.
–3 Muslims found guilty of murder and sentenced to death by firing squad in Morocco.
–U.K./London has experienced a sharp increase in knife related crime despite knife control efforts to control the violence.
–The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice issued new asylum rules in the hope of further curbing fraud and abuse fueling the current border crisis.
–A federal appeals court sided with the Trump administration’s effort to punish sanctuary cities, ruling that the federal government can reward communities that cooperate with ICE on deportations.
–The mayor of Chicago declares war on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
–The removal of the U.S. flag and replacing it with the flag of Mexico at a U.S. ICE detention facility sends a powerful message of the disloyalty of some of the open borders movement to America’s national sovereignty.
–A Minnesota city council reportedly agreed to reinstate the Pledge of Allegiance at meetings.