Jim Schneider filled the hour with many news stories to keep listeners informed on vital issues. They included:
--President Trump signs revised executive order suspending the original refugee
program as well as entry to the U.S. for travelers from six nations.
--Hundreds of people admitted to the U.S. as refugees are the subject of FBI
counter-terrorism investigations including ISIS. Nearly a third of the 1,000
FBI domestic terror cases involve those admitted to the U.S. as refugees.
--The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) blames Islamophobes and white
supremacists in the White House for the travel ban.
--13 members of the MS-13 gang were charged March 2nd with 41 crimes including
racketeering, 7 murders, attempted murders, assaults and other illegal acts. 10
of the 13 suspects are illegal aliens.
--A Canadian resolution condemns so-called 'Islamophobia'.
--The mayor of Rutland, Vermont, announced that the city would be taking up to 100
Syrian refugees in fiscal 2017. Citizens voted the mayor out of office.
--House Republicans introduced their Obamacare repeal and replacement bill on
--The Obama administration alleged to have wired Trump tower for sound.
--Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who resigned effective
with Trump's inauguration, joins the debate over Trumps 'wiring' claims.
--Retired U.S. Army Intelligence Officer Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer doesn't
doubt for a minute that Trump has sufficient evidence for wiretapping.
--A former Secret Service agent says there's a third possibility. He noted that
the Secret Service conducts electronic counter measures (ECM) sweeps where they
go in and check for listening devices to make sure the president is not being
wire tapped or listened to. Since Trump had Secret Service protection as a
candidate, the agent believes it's much more likely the Secret Service
discovered something while performing a sweep of Trump tower and found out that
it was the DOJ that ordered the surveillance.
--The scope of the bugging of people by former President Obama against his
perceived political enemies is massive according to Pamela Geller.
--Jeff Sessions takes office as the new Attorney General.
--The number of illegals crossing the U.S. southern border drops by 40% during
first full month of the Trump presidency.
--Trump's executive order halting the importation of refugees from 6 terror
exporting nations also includes a section requiring the government to publicly
release information on crimes committed by foreign nationals including honor
killings of women.
--On the first day of office as Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke issued
Secretarial Order 3345 which revokes Directors Order 219 effective immediately.
What was this directive? It was a parting shot issued by President Obama at the
very end of his presidency that required the phasing out of the use of lead
ammunition for hunting on federal land.
--President Trump picks former Utah governor Jon Huntsman to be the ambassador to
--U.S. private employers added 298,000 jobs in February, well above the
expectations of economists.
--A coalition of forces is looking to not just de-legitimatize Trump but to
personally destroy him.
--Khizr Khan claims that his travel privileges are being reviewed by federal
authorities forcing him to cancel his scheduled speech in Toronto.
--FBI files obtained by Judicial Watch reveal that the father, maternal
grandfather and father-in-law of President Obama's close adviser Valerie Jarrett
were hard-core communists under investigation by the U.S. government.
--CNN taps the daughter of Valerie Jarrett as a reporter for the Washington
--The Obama administration's former Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, makes an
impassioned video plea for more marching, blood and death in the streets as
words of inspiration.
--Tim Caine, son of the former vice-presidential candidate, was forcibly arrested
at a Trump rally in St. Paul Minnesota.
--Planned Parenthood insiders tell graphic stories.
--Planned Parenthood refuses to stop aborting unborn babies in order to receive
--A new congressional bill unveiled to repeal Obamacare does include language to
defund Planned Parenthood.
--The Kentucky House passed legislation to defund Planned Parenthood.
--New Mexico House Democrats block bill that would have required doctors to
provide life saving medical care to babies born alive after botched abortions.
--A personhood amendment in Kansas (HR-5009) would recognize the unborn as being
equal to living people.
--Liberty Counsel was among several organizations invited to the White House to
meet with V.P. Mike Pence to discuss concerns and give suggestions for
protecting unborn life in the new GOP health care plan.
--A small town judge whose religious beliefs prevent her from presiding over
same-sex marriages was publicly censored by the Wyoming Supreme Court.
--The Supreme Court sent a case involving a transgender high school student from
Virginia back to a lower court.
--Hearings will begin around March 20th for Judge Neil Gorsuch.
--Hundreds of LGBTQ advocates gather for HRC's Spring Lobby Day on Capitol Hill.
--A warning concerning a new Bible app coming in June for Christian 'outsiders'.
--Tokyo to be supplying gender neutral restrooms at the 2020 Olympics.
--Children under 16 will be forbidden to see Disney's new Beauty & the Beast in
Russia because it includes a homosexual character.
--A federal magistrate has rejected the ACLU's demand for $231,000 in legal fees
from Kim Davis, the famous Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage
licenses to same-sex couples.