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Crosstalk 08/13/2015 News Round-Up CD

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Jim Schneider once again presented Crosstalk listeners with a round-up of news items of importance to the Christian community.


Before getting to the stories of the day, Jim asked for prayer for Crosstalk co-host Vic Eliason who will be undergoing spine related surgery tomorrow morning.


Stories featured on this broadcast included:


--Planned Parenthood allegedly would regularly steal aborted baby organs without

obtaining consent of the mother.

--A new report shows that the University of Wisconsin is caught up in the aborted

baby parts controversy.

--2 legislators have introduced legislation that would ban the sale of fetal body

parts in Wisconsin. UW-Madison Dean Dr. Robert Golden spoke against this bill.

--A company plans to harvest parts from aborted babies, transfer them into

animals and get them to grow large enough to use as a replacement organ for

needy patients.

--A prosecutor in the Harris County, Texas, DA's office that is currently

investigating a Houston Planned Parenthood abortion clinic for selling aborted

baby parts, serves on the board of directors for Planned Parenthood.

--The White House warns states that they could be violating federal law if they

cut Planned Parenthood out of their state's Medicaid program.

--The Governor of Indiana signs into law a new measure mandating that aborted

babies must be buried or cremated.

--Donald Trump says that Planned Parenthood is an abortion factory but that he may

continue funding the non-abortion aspects of their business if elected to the


--Donald Trump claims to be strongly pro-life but did not say specifically when a

baby becomes a person.

--Ben Carson says that the argument that abortion is necessary in order to save

the life of the mother is spurious. In the case of rape and incest he believes

that he would hope a woman would go to the hospital and obtain the RU-486

abortion drug.

--A federal judge's order that a county clerk must violate her Christian faith

and issue a marriage license to a same-sex couple is now under challenge at the

Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

--Senate Bill 1858 (the Equality Act) would essentially wipe out free speech and

religious liberty on the issues of homosexuality and gender change by declaring

these behaviors to be civil rights in America.

--A Toledo judge who cited his religious faith in declining to perform same-sex

marriages has now agreed to allow an advisory body's decision that he and all

judges in Ohio must do so to remain impartial.

--Target stores are phasing out gender based signs except in the apparel


--Pro-gay cartoons on the rise.

--Rodney James Quine, convicted of 1st degree murder, kidnapping and robbery and

serving a life sentence in the California prison system, has sued the federal

government to pay for transgender surgery.

--Liberty Counsel is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review New Jersey Assembly

Bill 3371 that prohibits minors from receiving any form of counseling to reduce

or eliminate unwanted same sex attractions, behaviors or identity.

--A lesbian couple committed a fake 'hate crime' by setting fire to their

Tennessee home and blamed their neighbor in order to collect the insurance


--2 of the 4 classified e-mails found on Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server

were top secret.

--The latest revelations concerning this top secret information has triggered

accusations that someone in her inner circle likely stripped the classification

markings illegally.

--Trey Gowdy, investigator of the Benghazi matter, says that the same prosecutors

who investigated CIA Director David Petraeus are now investigating Hillary

Clinton's e-mail issues.

--An attempt to clean up pollutants at a Colorado goldmine closed in 1994 ends up

in the release of 3 million gallons of highly contaminated waste water that

flowed into a local river.

--Residents of 3 New Mexico towns have been forced into emergency water rations

after the disastrous Colorado spill.

--British police and intelligence services are working to unravel a reported plot

by ISIS terrorists to detonate a pressure-cooker bomb at VJ Day commemoration

ceremonies in London this weekend.

--ISIS claims responsibility for a truck bomb in Baghdad that killed at least 67


--Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that Iran can purchase conventional

weapons in violation of the current U.N. embargo without triggering snap-back

sanctions under the nuclear deal.

--Kerry also warned that the U.S. dollar may cease to be the world's reserve

currency if Congress would vote to reapply sanctions to the regime in Tehran.

--Under the nuclear deal international sanctions will be removed on Iran's

banking, trade and energy sectors if Tehran agrees to certain curbs on its

nuclear program. The lifting of these provides a new market—80 million

consumers creating the potential for staggering business opportunities and

Europeans are rushing to profit from this.

--Iran's prayer leader called on the Muslim nations of the world to unite and

expel the Zionists from the region.

--President Obama vows he will not be defeated in passing the Iran nuclear deal.

--Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer has spoken out in opposition to the nuclear


--A tight knit group of ISIS fighters claims it has again hacked the computers of

U.S. military personnel.


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