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Crosstalk 03-20-2015 News Round-Up CD

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Recently, VCY America sent copies of the book, 'Raising a Jihadi Generation' by John Guandolo, to each Senator. This book is basically a handbook for law enforcement, intelligence and military professionals. The book was not sent as a gift but was sent as vital information of critical importance to America's security.


Senator Jon Tester of Montana, noted that he cannot personally accept any gifts as a result of his position as a U.S. Senator. As already noted, the book was not sent as a gift so Vic encouraged listeners to contact the offices of Senator Tester to encourage him to read it. Why? The book's content concerning homeland security should be of interest to him because he holds a position on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.


Jim continued this news round-up and comment program by presenting details related to the following news stories:


--A secret Iranian military handbook is said to confirm that Iran includes a plan

to launch an EMP attack on the American grid system.

--A dispute over when sanctions would be lifted following a possible nuclear

agreement is allegedly the latest issue that is slowing negotiators in the

USA/Iran nuclear talks.

--According to former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, Israeli Prime

Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's victory was a stinging defeat for President Obama.

--According to Pamela Geller, President Obama is planning to use Netanyahu's

victory as a pretext to betray Israel at the U.N. and force them to accept a

Palestinian state that would be a new base for jihad.

--Saudi Arabia quietly reaching out to Russia as a counter to Iran's regional


--Russian developing positive military relationship with long-time U.S. ally


--U.S. training Ukrainian troops.

--ISIS making inroads in Afghanistan.

--Militants loyal to ISIS capture 20 foreign doctors and nurses.

--Islamic Twitter accounts shared news of Tunisian slaughter.

--CIA Director John Brennan says not to call ISIS Muslims.

--New York school has students recite Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic.

--Egypt has plans to build new capital city in their desert.

--Egyptian government sentences 21 Muslim Brotherhood members to death by hanging.

--American cargo rail shipments could contain weapons of mass destruction and

other instruments of terrorism.

--Michigan Democrats calling to legalize same-sex marriage.

--Nancy Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, says she supports

traditional conservative values that she believes are consistent with affording

civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.

--California Supreme Court institutes a policy that prohibits state judges from

participating in the Boy Scouts of America because the organization doesn't

allow openly gay adults to become troop leaders.

--Arizona judges who perform weddings told they can't turn away same-sex couples.

--Michigan Senate approves legislation to create a 'choose life' license plate.

--A group called 'Enough is Enough' is launching a nationwide, porn free wi-fi

campaign targeting Starbucks and McDonald's.

--A sheriff in Florida is concerned about electronic benefit transfer cards that

people are using to buy drugs.

--The White House is stripping a federal regulation that made a particular office

subject to records requests. This means the Freedom of Information Act will no

longer apply to the White House Office of Administration.

--Federal Authorities release 30,558 criminal illegals from jail in 2014.

--U.S. border patrol agents in part of Texas see an increase in sex offenders

trying to enter our borders illegally.

--President Obama readies plan for a new executive order to curb greenhouse gasses

among the federal agencies.

--A Missouri state legislator wants the EPA to back off from people's backyard


--Hotel monitors would tell how much time guests are spending in the shower.

--Texas Governor Greg Abbott requests that the EPA do away with plans to tighten

their national emission limit on smog forming pollution linked to respiratory


--Secretary of State John Kerry says climate change caused by humans should be as

universally accepted as the laws of gravity.

--The Affordable Care Act is proving to be devastating to rural hospitals.

--Obamacare is making health care scarcer and the worst is yet to come.

--PETA standing up for the rights of Dumbo the Elephant.



More Information


Phone numbers for Senator Jon Tester of Montana:


202-224-2644-D.C. Office





406-452-9585-Great Falls




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