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Crosstalk 10-04-2013 News Round-Up CD

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Vic Eliason finished this week of Crosstalk broadcasts by presenting this edition that featured a wide variety of news stories including:


--445 million dollars allocated to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting during the government “shutdown”.


--The U.S. Government is shut down while Camp David is open for presidential pleasure.


--U.S. government tries to shut down Mount Vernon despite the fact that it's privately owned.


--Elderly veterans find access to Mount Rushmore barricaded.


--OK given to allowing back pay for furloughed federal workers.


--Political opponents calling GOP members jihadists, arsonists and terrorists.


--U.S. Bureau of Land Management recently paid $98,670 for the purchase and installation of an outhouse in Alaska.


--President Obama continues to spread fear about the consequences of not raising the debt ceiling.


--In response to the government “shutdown”, the White House closes some tourist attractions even though it costs more to close them than to leave them open.


--25 House Democrats broke ranks with their party leaders to join House Republicans in a 254-177 vote to pass a bill funding the National Institutes of Health through fiscal 2014.


--Late term abortion defender announces run for governor's office in Texas.


--Tennessee Presbyterian church to donate funds to an abortion facility.


--California governor to allow driver's permits for illegal immigrants.


--Prime Minister David Cameron thinks pushing gay marriage through Parliament was a political mistake.


--Parents sue to stop indoctrination of Kindergarten students to evolution and global warming as if these topics are scientific fact.


--Anita Perry, wife of governor Rick Perry, feels abortion is a woman's right.




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