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Crosstalk 8/17/2012 News Round-Up--Jim Schneider CD

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Jim Schneider cleared the news desk and presented items of interest to Crosstalk listeners. Stories included:


--Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, commented on the Southern

   Policy Law Center and their naming of FRC as a “hate group”. This law center gives

   the FRC this rating in spite of Wednesday’s alleged shooting of a FRC security guard    

   by a Virginia man.

--Brent Bozelle of the Media Research Center criticizes the secular media for their lack of

   coverage of the alleged FRC shooting.

--The Obama administration refuses to declare the shooting at the Family Research

   Council a “hate crime”.

--President Obama holds the record for hiring more openly LGBT individuals to federal

   government jobs than all previous administrations combined.

--Bill Keller of LivePrayer.com plans to file a 100 million dollar defamation lawsuit in

   federal court against the Southern Policy Law Center.

--A Dallas police officer is facing punishment for allegedly supporting Chick-fil-A while

   on duty.

--Pro-homosexual vandalism reported at a Chick-fil-A restaurant.

-- On August 7, the D.C. Office of Human Rights announced their plans to launch a

   government sponsored ad campaign aimed at combating transgender discrimination in

   Washington, D.C.

--A Great Britain newscaster used the phrase “religious hogwash” to introduce the book

   of Genesis.

--A blasphemous play that mocks Christianity and the Bible is set to go ahead as

   scheduled at a Southeast Wisconsin state park.

--A Virginia reverend is convicted of aiding an international parental


--The Democratic Party Platform Committee unanimously adopted a plank that calls 32

   states in America as discriminatory because they do not support same-sex marriage.

--An Afghanistan village policeman opens fire on his American allies.

--Suicides among American soldiers on the increase.

--A critical comment about Medicare was edited out of a 60 Minutes broadcast involving

   vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan.

--Democrats in the California assembly kill a bill that would have made it easier to fire

   teachers accused of serious sexual offenses against youngsters.      

--The name ‘Mohammed’ reclaims its place as the most popular name for baby boys born

   in England and Wales in 2011.

--Joe Biden continues to get caught presenting verbal gaffs.

--The Department of Energy announced the distribution of 43 million dollars in funding

   for the development of energy storage technology that was too risky for private sector


--The E.P.A. claims they are seeing coal “haze” in certain areas of the U.S.

--A Russian nuclear powered attack submarine armed with long-range cruise missiles

   went undetected in the Gulf of Mexico for weeks.

--The Russian economy prepares for possible meltdown.

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