This week's news round-up program highlighted the following stories:
--The U.S. Senate confirms Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.
--Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange to fill the Alabama Senate seat of Jeff
--San Francisco Federal Appeals Court affirms lower court ruling on the Trump
--Jim read a portion of President Trump's immigration order.
--A recently retired State Department veteran has published a 'whistle-blower'
letter in the Chicago Tribune fingering the refugee resettlement program as
being filled with fraud and abuses.
--A majority of American voters support President Trump's executive order
temporarily halting migration from terror exporting nations.
--White House releases a list of 78 terrorist attacks. President Trump believes
that many of these are going under-reported.
--A CNN anchor compared the abundance of terror attacks in recent years to random
--One Iraqi national and one Egyptian national were apprehended by U.S. border
patrol agents after the individuals from terror hotspots had illegally entered
the U.S. from Mexico.
--Law enforcement officials applaud after President Trump attacked the dishonest
media for misleading Americans to believe that police officers were no longer
respected in America.
--President Trump signed 3 executive orders yesterday dedicated to standing behind
--Monday CNN released an image of 8 former top U.S. officials who supposedly
support the opposition to President Trump's temporary travel ban. The picture
included an image of John McLaughlin, host of 'The McLaughlin Group' public
affairs show who died last year. Presumably they meant to have a picture of the
former CIA director with the same name.
--President Trump tells China's president that the U.S. would honor the 'One
--Intel CEO meets with President Trump announcing a 7 billion dollar investment
in Arizona in a semiconductor factory that would employ about 3,000 people.
--House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi mistakenly confuses President Trump with
--The new Secretary of Health and Human Services is Thomas Price.
--Matt Drudge, founder of the Drudge Report, feels that the GOP should be sued for
fraud for inaction on key promises relating to tax cuts and the Obamacare
--Betsy DeVoss confirmed as Education Secretary as Vice President Mike Pence
breaks tie vote.
--Peter LaBarbera alleges that DeVoss supports much of the homosexual/activist
--Legislation to shut down the U.S. Department of Education was introduced in
Congress this week by Representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky.
--Protestors block Betsy DeVoss from entering a Washington, D.C., school.
--Tomorrow (2/11) there will be rallies held at Planned Parenthood locations
around the U.S. to call on Congress and President Trump to strip Planned
Parenthood of all federal funds and reallocate those funds to health centers
that help disadvantaged women without destroying human life through abortion.
--Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin joins a crowd of pro-lifers for a rally that
included a ceremonial signing of two historical pro-life laws.
--The Special Select Investigative Panel of the Energy and Commerce Committee
discovers that many abortionists served concurrently on medical school faculties
and abortion clinic staffs.
--Satanic temple to hold a pro-abortion fundraiser on Valentines Day entitled:
'Hugs and Kisses for Satan'.
--Planned Parenthood and its affiliates are are planning so-called love letter
writing parties in various areas. The letters will go to U.S. senators who
support Planned Parenthood and its abortion business.
--According to CNN, Planned Parenthood performed 323,999 abortions.
--A new investigative video reveals the Planned Parenthood abortion business
implementing abortion quotas and offering pizza parties as an incentive
for those that reach such quotas.
--According to a Sierra Club executive, abortion is important as it pertains to
achieving a sustainable population on earth.
--Illinois House Committee passes legislation that would remove provisions from a
1975 Illinois abortion law granting the right to life to unborn children from
the time of conception.
--Girl Scout councils around the U.S. under fire for promoting Planned
Parenthood's eugenics founder Margaret Sanger as a role model for young girls.
--American Academy of Pediatrics has reaffirmed its opposition to parental consent
laws on abortion saying that adolescents have the right to get an abortion
without letting their parents know.
--Cecile Richards, the CEO of Planned Parenthood, claims that they are non-
--8 countries are now working together to create a global abortion fund in
response to President Trump's reinstating of the Mexico City policy.
--Oregon is now pushing legislation (SB-494) that would allow starving mentally
ill patients to death. This includes those suffering from dementia.
--President Trump's daughter Ivanka, and her husband Jared Kushner, are being
credited in the media for sinking a potential Trump executive order designed to
protect the freedom of conscience for people of faith.
--Target stores abruptly scuttle two high priority projects intended to guarantee
the company's future amid the public boycott provoked by their insistence on
transgender friendly, mixed-sex dressing rooms.
--Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'd like to change the