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Crosstalk 05-01-2015 News Round-Up CD

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Jim placed the spotlight on the following stories during this news round-up edition of Crosstalk:


--1 police officer charged with murder, 3 were charged with manslaughter and 2

with assault in the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.

--A 33 year old East Point, Georgia, mother has been accused of making serious

threats against police officers nationwide on her Facebook page and is in jail.

--The ISIS flag shows up in the Baltimore riots.

--Current and former members of Congress say that amid ISIS threats to the U.S.

the Obama administration is failing to counter domestic radicalization of

Muslims and the potential for terrorists to infiltrate the U.S. border.

--While describing savage jihad acts during a speech at Brooklyn College,

conservative Pamela Geller is sneered and jeered at by Muslims.

--Islamic State calling for Muslims in the U.S. to use their cars to attack non-

Muslims, especially military personnel and police.

--A Muslim man is hospitalized after a shooting involving an officer at the

Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.

--Fired Al Jazeera-America employee is suing the network alleging that the work

environment was hostile.

--A joint operation by the Israeli Defense Forces, police and the Israeli Security

Agency leads to the arrest of 6 Palestinians on terrorism related charges.

--A group of former Guantanamo detainees stake out the U.S. embassy in Uruguay.

--A new study shows a changing global landscape in regard to religion.

--The Obama administration's own attorney admits that same-sex marriage is a

threat to religious freedom.

--A Christian florist in Washington State is fighting back.

--A lawsuit against a Houston transgender rights ordinance is being elevated to

the State Court of Appeals.

--Kentucky court rules that a Lexington printer can't be forced to print pride

festival T-shirts.

--National LGBT museum hoping to open for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall


--Children as young as 3 being asked to sign a contract pledging not to use

homophobic and trans-phobic language at school.

--Fairfax, Virginia, school board is considering a policy that creates special

considerations for students and teachers who consider themselves transgender.

--Former Governor Mike Huckabee says the U.S. is moving toward a time of the

criminalization of Christianity.

--George Soros may face a monumental tax bill.

--Inspector General for the U.S. Treasury uncovers thousands of e-mails to help

reveal the extent of the IRS's targeting of Tea Party-type groups.

--House Republican Paul Ryan predicts that Congress will pass a fast-track trade

bill in the coming weeks.

--Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin argues that the pending Iran nuclear deal

should require two-thirds approval of the Senate.

--Former President George W. Bush is critical of President Obama's nuclear

dealings concerning Iran.

--Israel aid team to Nepal is the largest in terms of manpower of any

international aid mission.

--Governor Sam Brownback signs the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment

Abortion Act.

--Kansas Planned Parenthood hates the new dismemberment ban.

--Employee at a recycling plant discovers baby in conveyor belt.

--Colorado State Senate Democrats vote against unborn victims bill.

--Washington, D.C., trying to force pro-life agencies to hire pro-abortion


--Hillary Clinton recently said we are to change our religion but then in another

speech says we should care for every child as our own.

--House Investigatory Panel summons Hillary Clinton for her use of private e-mails

while acting as Secretary of State.

--Bernie Sanders confirming his plans to join the race for president.

--EPA spending $84,000 to study how churches can be used to combat climate change.

--EPA administrator attends music festival to raise awareness about climate


--Americans are increasingly living in a police state according to Rutherford

Institute president.

--U.S. Intelligence Agencies have harvested the private and personal data of

hundreds of federal officials and judges.

--Parents in South Carolina that are revolting against Common Core are being

threatened with criminal accountability if they prevent their children from

taking the test required by the program.


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