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Crosstalk 05-07-2015 News Round-Up CD

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Jim Schneider raised awareness of what's taking place in our nation and the world through presentation of the following news stories:


--Today is the National Day of Prayer. Jim reviewed the history of this day that

goes all the way back to 1775.

--Documents obtained by Judicial Watch have been obtained from the Department of

Homeland Security that describe a Southwest border incident in which helicopters

allegedly belonging to the government of Mexico, flew across the border into the

U.S. and opened fire on our border patrol agents

--ISIS is said to be operating in a Mexican border town just 8 miles from El Paso,


--A website message claims that 'Draw Mohammed' art show co-organizer Pamela

Geller will be killed by Islamic State ISIS sympathizers.

--A Dutch lawmaker warns that Americans can expect more terror attacks on U.S.

soil because, '...radical Islamists want to kill or subjugate us all.'

--A 9th Circuit Court of Appeals judge who had dismissed terror charges against one

Garland, Texas, shooter in 2011 allegedly has connections to the National

Counsel of La Raza.

--A Texas terror connection allegedly points to Minnesota legislator Keith

Ellison's district.

--An American jihadist says Sunday's terror attack in Texas was the work of ISIS

and that they had scores of trained soldiers positioned in 15 states awaiting

orders to carry out more operations.

--Some on Capitol Hill are calling for more government surveillance of Muslims.

--Representative Trey Gowdy has received a response to his letter demanding

answers from Secretary of State John Kerry about the planned resettlement of

refugees in his state.

--According to Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, the deadly Texas art event shooting

is proof positive that the U.S. must send ground troops to the Middle East and

crush the terror group that's responsible.

--A Canadian judge could free a teen terrorist who killed a U.S. Army medic.

--After the terror attack in Texas, an NBC reporter used his MSNBC position to

demand a cultural change so that America will not allow people to engage in what

he called hate speech against Islam.

--The Obama administration is said to be scrambling to find ways to reassure Arab

allies that the president is not abandoning them.

--John Kerry vows to maintain Iranian nuclear inspections forever and that the

emerging nuclear deal will protect Israel in the long run.

--Kerry tells Israeli's that he could absolutely guarantee that under a proposed

nuke deal with Iran, America will be able to monitor its activities so that we

can stop them if they decided to move to a bomb.

--Jimmy Carter calls Hamas leader a strong proponent of the peace process yet to

meet with Benjamin Netanyahu would be a waste of time.

--New concerns are being raised that the nation's electrical grid and critical

infrastructure are increasingly vulnerable to a foreign attack.

--Madison, Wisconsin, bans all forms of discrimination against atheists.

--Missouri satanic temple raising funds for woman to have an abortion.

--A federal judge rules that North Carolina county commissioners must stop

opening their meetings with a Christian prayer.

--Liberty Counsel sends letter to a Florida college regarding a student who was

given “zero” grades because they didn't conform to the beliefs of Marxism,

atheism, feminism and homosexuality.

--A bill working through the Alabama legislature would allow probate judges and

ministers to refuse to marry same-sex couples on religious grounds.

--A man who transgendered to a woman files a lawsuit against the Department of

Defense for employment discrimination based upon sex.

--At least 4 Clinton Foundation board of directors members have either been

charged or convicted of financial crimes including bribery and fraud.

--Over 500 organizations are calling on Congress to repeal a Medicare cost cutting

board that is part of Obamacare.

--A federal appeals court revives a challenge to a controversial National Security

Agency program that collected the records of the phone calls of millions of

Americans saying that the program is not authorized by Congress.

--At least 4 Florida companies are approved to begin ferry service between Florida

and Cuba.

--Former U.N. Secretary says people should eat bugs as a solution to global


--California regulators approving sweeping water cutbacks to combat drought.

--Iowa congressman Steve King sponsoring the Restrain the Judges on Marriage Act

of 2015.

--South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham expected to announce that if the Supreme

Court rules that a ban on same sex marriage is unconstitutional, then it will be

time for Republicans to move on.

--Smith College changing it's policy to accept transgender women.

--New gender neutral salutation to be added to official documents in the U.K.

--Brandon Wallace, who identifies as a gay Christian, makes controversial remarks

concerning the Baltimore riots.

--A family policy group in South Dakota believes an international organization is

influencing their state athletic organizations to adopt transgender policies.

--The trade promotion authority known as 'Fast Track' is looking as though it will

move forward in Congress and the Senate but it's said it will cede sovereign

authority to international powers, increase our trade deficit, consolidate power

in the Executive Branch and increase immigration.

--Emergency room visits said to be increasing under Obamacare.

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