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Crosstalk 06-06-2014 News Round-Up CD

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Jim presented the following news stories to get Crosstalk listeners caught up on events happening in the U.S and around the world:

--Today marks the anniversary of D-Day (June 6, 1944) when 160,000 plus Allied
  troops stormed the beach at Normandy in France as part of WWII.  
--Even before the month of June, President Obama seemingly couldn't wait to issue   
  a proclamation for LGBT Pride Month 2014.
--On May 16 President Obama released a statement regarding an international day
  against homophobia and transphobia.
--U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced a new LGBT theme study to
  help identify places and events associated with the story of LGBT Americans for
  inclusion in the parks and programs of the National Park Service.
--Exxon shareholders refuse to adopt special protections for LGBT individuals.
--A Baptist church in California votes to become gay affirming which goes against
  the teachings of the Southern Baptist Convention.
--The Principal of Wilson High School in Washington, D.C. holds Pride Day after
  his 'coming out'.
--The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to stay a federal judge's decision on overturning
  a state constitutional amendment approved by voters requiring state recognition
  of same-sex marriage in Oregon while an appeals process moves forward.
--Target retail stores are offering T-shirts promoting homosexuality in honor of
  Gay Pride Month.
--Marriott Hotels launches its 'Love Travels' marketing campaign targeting LGBT
  customers as well as pro-LGBT consumers.
--New wedding catalog coming out for same-sex marriages called EQL.
--Gay Day is this weekend at Disney World.
--Family owned bakery ordered to make wedding cakes for gay couples.
--Time Magazine doing articles and columns on transgenderism.
--Sex change operations for senior citizens to be paid for by taxpayers.
--President Obama refuses to apologize for recent terrorist swap.
--Bowe Bergdahl's team leader believes Bergdahl actively sought out the Taliban.
--According to secret documents Bergdahl converted to Islam during his captivity,
  fraternized openly with his captors and declared himself a warrior for Islam.
--Senator Lindsey Graham says Susan Rice should be replaced immediately as
  National Security Advisor because she's untrustworthy and unreliable.
--The Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the U.S. Department of
  Housing and Urban Development suggests Bergdahl may have been attempting to flee
  from a platoon full of psychopaths.
--Senator Harry Reid bristles at the idea that he had a 'heads up' regarding the
  terrorist swap.
--Bergdahl's home town cancels rally celebrating his return.
--Senator Harry Reid declines to give condition report regarding Bergdahl.
--Taliban said to have found Bergdahl walking alone, acting abnormally and cursing
  his countrymen before capturing him in Afghanistan in 2009.
--Fellow solders allegedly had orders to shoot Bergdahl on sight.
--President Obama announces new effort to fight against domestic terrorism.
--Acting head of the VA says 18 of the 1,700 veterans kept off an official
  electronic appointment list have died.
--Dozens of VA workers who have come forward with stories of mismanagement and
  patient abuse say they have faced retaliation within the agency.
--Iron Mountain, Michigan, VA medical center declares the chapel might offend
  someone.  Christian symbols are being covered and now they are pondering what to
  do about the stained glass windows.
--Michelle Obama might run for the Senate in 2016.
--75 year old Irish pastor subjected to police probe after condemning Islam in a
--Muslims in Egypt murder Christian man right in front of his son.
--The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear an appeal from Tennessee citizens seeking
  to block construction of a mosque in Murfreesboro.
--Posting 'selfies' on the Internet may be drawing the attention of the NSA.
--Privacy advocates warn of a nightmare scenario as tech giants consider fitness
--Senate Republicans and Democrats joined together to unanimously approve a
  resolution demanding the immediate and unconditional release of Meriam Ibrahim
  and her two children from a Sudanese prison.
--New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is facing criticism from pro-family/life
  advocates after renominating New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Stuart Rabner who
  has supported same-sex marriage.  Christie's latest nominee, Lee Solomon, is
  drawing criticism because of his radical pro-abortion views in his race for the
  State Assembly in 1991.

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