Jim Schneider brought listeners up-to-date on many news stories, many of which are overlooked by the major media.
--Harry Reid is bringing about votes on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. The bill number is S-815. ENDA would create special privileges based upon sexual orientation and gender identity.
--On October 30th, the American Psychiatric Association stated that they now classify pedophilia as a sexual orientation or preference and not a disorder. This means if ENDA passes, pedophiles would get special consideration along with gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders.
--News at Florence High School near Pueblo, Colorado, centers on a transgender student who perceives himself as a female who's been using the girls restroom. Students who voice opposition have been warned that they could be removed from sports teams and accused of a hate crime.
--Public documents are showing that the NFL's Baltimore Ravens were paid to promote Obamacare.
--Shocking collage of audio clips from President Obama leading up to the 2008 presidential campaign where he describes his goal for a single-payer health care system.
--Kathleen Sebelius grilled regarding single male policy under Obamacare that provides maternity coverage.
--Kathleen Sebelius attempts to explain enrollment data problems.
–Insurance companies are under increasing White House pressure to “back-off” regarding criticism about Obamacare even as complaints continue to mount.
--Obamacare website given the “all-clear” in spite of failures during tests with just a few hundred people in the days leading up to the launch.
--Government memo raises concerns about high security risks surrounding Obamacare website.
--Alaska “throws-in-the-towel” regarding Obamacare registration.
--White House admits you might not be able to keep your present health care in spite of assurances to the contrary from the President.
--President Obama instructs people who are losing their insurance to start shopping for better coverage.
--Senators Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio and others introduce legislation giving Americans the ability to hold on to their health insurance plans if they like them.
--No Obamacare numbers to be expected until mid November.
--Cancellation notices of insurance greatly exceed the number of Obamacare enrollees.
--Kathleen Sebelius is not sure whether the administration can commit to insuring that Americans seeking to purchase health insurance under Obamacare's exchanges could be told which plans do or do not cover abortion.
--Democratic senators introduce legislation that would grant President Obama and future presidents the authority to increase the legal limit on the federal government’s debt unless Congress subsequently votes to not allow the increase.
--Another former Obama administration official pleads “the Fifth”.
--California Governor Jerry Brown opens up the state to allow physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives to perform first-trimester aspiration abortions.
--The Boy Scouts of America chose former U.S. Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Robert Gates as their next president. Gates is the man who, as Defense Secretary, supported President Obama's withdrawal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell”.
--A physician working for a government agency pleads guilty in Brooklyn to health care fraud admitting he falsely billed Medicare for home medical treatments to beneficiaries and agreed to forfeit more than 1.2 million in illegal profits.
--A new Jersey man admits to bilking the SNAP program of 2.5 million dollars in food stamp benefits.
--Pornography studies show that 36% of the Internet industry is hard-core pornography.
--According to numbers obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies, authorities have deported fewer illegal immigrants in fiscal 2013 than at any time since President Obama began his tenure in office.
--Christmas carol ban going on in New Jersey school district.
--A German court has said they won't let the Wunderlich family move to a European nation where home schooling is legal.
To contact your senators about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (S-815), call 202-224-3121.