News Roundup & Comment

Date:  February 5, 2021  
Host: Jim Schneider   
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Below is a sample of what Jim had for listeners this week on the ‘Round-Up.’

–President Biden encouraged Americans to respect their fellow human beings at the National Prayer Breakfast.

–At a 2019 Planned Parenthood Action Forum, Joe Biden said, ‘…we are the saviors around the world…’ while pointing at himself.

–Senate Democrats blocked a request by Republicans to vote on an amendment that would stop infanticide and provide medical care and treatment for babies born alive after a botched abortion.

–In January, Hillary Clinton asserted that politicians need to continue the fight to protect abortion for our grand-kids.

–Texas taxpayers once again are being forced to fund Planned Parenthood.

–The South Carolina State Senate has passed a heartbeat bill to prohibit most abortions after the point that a fetal heartbeat can be detected.

–Abby Johnson has a new project to help women seek legal action for post-abortion injuries.

–The Honduran National Congress has strengthened pro-life laws by amending their constitution.

–A change to abortion law in Poland will protect babies with disabilities.

–Donald Trump was nominated again for a Nobel Peace Prize.

–A voting technology company is suing Fox News, 3 of its hosts and 2 former lawyers.

–The Arizona Senate has drafted a resolution threatening the arrest of Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for not handing over the requested election machines and ballots.

–More than 700,000 Georgians, who voted in the November election, did not turn out for the Senate runoff election.

–Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he’s reached a 2 year power sharing deal with Mitch McConnell.

–Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot thinks Donald Trump is to blame for the Chicago public schools issue.

–A writer for the New York Times did a survey of experts, one of whom said it’s time for the Biden administration to set up a truth commission on misinformation.

–Months after receiving nearly a million dollars to study intellectual humility toward political opponents, a professor expressed glee at the deaths of his political opponents.

–A federal judge in Washington slapped the hand of a former FBI lawyer who altered a key piece of evidence that enabled the Obama administration to obtain warrants to spy on the Trump campaign to advance its now debunked Russian collusion claim.

–President Biden canceled a Monday trip to the State Department.  This was to be his first major foreign policy address.  It was rescheduled due to inclement weather citing 2 inches of snow that fell in D.C.

–President Biden has proclaimed a commitment to embed equity ideology throughout the government.

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