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Crosstalk 03-27-2015 News Round-Up CD

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Jim Schneider sat in the host's chair as he brought listeners up-to-date on the latest news stories from various sources. Stories included:


--Governor Mike Pence sets off a firestorm of controversy for signing the

Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana.

--Senator Harry Reid will be retiring at the end of his term.

--The Freedom From Religion Foundation is harassing 6 teams in the NCAA Tournament

because they have team chaplains.

--Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl charged Wednesday of this week with desertion.

--A former infantry officer who served with Bergdahl in Afghanistan wrote in The

Daily Beast that Bergdahl was a deserter and soldiers from his own unit died

trying to track him down.

--Germanwings co-pilot allegedly wanted to destroy the passenger jet that slammed

into the French Alps.

--Colorado woman accused of cutting baby from body of another woman might not

face homicide charges in the child's death because of the way criminal law has

become entangled in the politics of abortion.

--Group of Muslim Imams trying to bring Sharia 'light' to Texas run into stiff

resistance from the mayor of Irving.

--Video sting operation shows Cornell's assistant dean for students agreeing to

everything suggested by an undercover muckraker posing as a Moroccan student.

--Islamic State militants banning Mother's Day cakes in Syrian town because it's

considered heresy.

--Islamic State 'kill list' with the names, addresses and photos of American

military members triggers a federal investigation.

--Iran refuses to commit to a written nuclear deal.

--Iran's supreme leader calls for 'death to America' after President Obama appeals

to Iran to seize an historic opportunity for a nuclear deal.

--President Obama may be reassessing policy that the U.S. no longer considers

Israel a strategic ally in the Middle East.

--U.S. declassifies a document revealing Israel's nuclear program.

--Egypt provided the U.S. with information that ISIS is attempting to purchase

chemical weapons that can be used in terrorist attacks.

--Hundreds of Afghans protest to demand justice for a woman killed by a mob

outside a mosque after being falsely accused of burning a Qur’an.

--The number of students graduating with STEM degrees (Science, Technology,

Engineering & Math) far exceeds the number of STEM jobs available.

--New wave of Islamic immigration planned for the U.S.

--FEMA is threatening to deny funding to states that do not have global warming


--Indiana is preparing to declare a public health emergency over an HIV outbreak.

--President Obama refuses to meet with the head of NATO even though the

representative is in Washington for 3 days.

--Chaplain Wes Modder denied the chance to minister to dead sailor's grieving

family because of Modder's views concerning homosexuality.

--The Eliminating Pornography from Agency Act, which would prohibit federal

employees from accessing pornographic or explicit material on government

computers passed on Wednesday.

--MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, who admitted Obamacare was written in a tortured

way to pass muster with stupid American voters, may be headed for jail.

--Answers in Genesis files suit against the State of Kentucky because they denied

AIG participation in the tourism tax incentive.

--U.S. broadband providers file suit against the FCC over recently approved net

neutrality rules.

--Domestic terrorism and hate crimes exhibit includes evidence from attack on the

Family Research Council headquarters in August of 2012.

--Texas lawmaker's proposal to establish a 25 foot buffer zone around police

responsible for keeping the peace is drawing criticism from both legal experts

and law enforcement groups but for different reasons.

--Man with concealed carry permit saves the lives of several people at a

Philadelphia barber shop.

--Government Accountability Office issued a report showing that over a 3 year

period, groups that advocate for or whose affiliates perform abortions receive

hundreds of millions of dollars from the federal government.

--A woman throws a 'Molotov cocktail' at a group of pro-life prayer volunteers at

an Austin Planned Parenthood facility.

--Idaho Senate votes in favor of a bill that places restrictions on chemical


--Kansas House passes the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.

--Oklahoma Senate panel passes ban on some types of abortion.

--U.S. Capitol police arrest 7 pro-life protestors that were praying outside the

office of House Speaker John Boehner.

--Hospital gives mother of a family of 7 children 4 days before they take away her

life support.

--The ACLU is suing a hospital in the state of Washington for allegedly not doing

enough abortions.

--Lawmakers in Oregon will soon decide the fate of the state's younger residents

who may be the victims of sexual abuse and that seek therapy to help resolve

unwanted same-sex attractions.

--Psychologists and counselors see more and more young people addicted to the

Internet and portable electronic devices.

--New York City Board of Health limiting how much juice children can drink in

order to reduce obesity rates. 

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