• Opinion: On-the-job assault should be a fireable offense for Congressmen, too
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    Only in America could a man assault a journalist and end up winning an election. Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs was reportedly “grabbed...by the neck with both hands and slammed...into the ground,” by newly elected Representative Greg Gianforte in Bozeman a day before Montana’s special election for the lone, at-large House seat. Gianforte started punching Jacobs while on the ground, according to a Fox News crew that witnessed the attack and cooperated with authorities. Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin donated $250 to Gianforte's campaign and announced he was charging Montana’s newest representative with misdemeanor assault. Gianforte must appear in court by June 7. If convicted, he faces a maximum jail sentence of six months and a fine of up to $500. Gallatin County Attorney Marty Lambert said he would have to review the case before commenting on whether the misdemeanor assault charge was appropriate, but he can alter the charge if he feels it’s necessary. “I understand this young man went to the hospital...I only know about the case from watching the media and reading the newspaper,” he informed. Lambert is in his 34th year as the Gallatin County Attorney and said he has “no reason to take issue with” Gootkin’s…
    Audio of newly elected Representative Greg Gianforte's attack of Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs a day before Montana's special election for its lone, at-large House seat. Jeffrey Guterman
    Written on Friday, 26 May 2017 20:11 in News & Information Read 7 times
  • We All Just Need To Co-Exist – You First!
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    We All Just Need To Co-Exist – You First! The views and opinions expressed below are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the GCN Live newsroom. A guest editorial follows. “No Barriers, No Borders, We all need to co-exist.” –Katy Perry This week, headline news read, “MASSIVE Explosions” Rock British Concert… Bodies Everywhere… Fatalities Confirmed… “It Was Huge-You Could Feel it in Your Chest.” Yet, in London, we know that Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan told New York and London, “Terror attacks are a part of urban life.” In America, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges begins her little scripted diatribe on cue supporting those who follow the teachings of the Koran, all the while, overlooking the victims. This is all brought to you by your local, corrupt and treasonous politicians (Article 3, Section 3 of the US Constitution). Hegseth Confronts MN Mayor Who Gave State of the City Speech at Mosque Here you see them using divide and conquer to gain control of the chaos that politicians and the media are allied in creating (Mark 3:25). We see these officials act rather strange after these “terror attacks.” They seem to conglomerate on cue and ally themselves to condemn the acts, but not the actors. In…
    Written on Friday, 26 May 2017 19:10 in News & Information Read 12 times
  • Get intimate with your money
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    Get intimate with your money While Birdman might sleep on a million dollars cash, you can get intimate with your money without sleeping with it. That’s a more lustful relationship with money than it is intimate anyways. The relationship I’m talking about is one that allows your money to give back. I recently wrote about how the science of keeping checkbook register is dying but is still badly needed. But it didn’t take long to realize that in order to make my money make more money, I’d need more than a checkbook register in my smartphone. To truly get intimate with your money you have to bring in a third party -- a money ménage à trois, or partie carrée for those ready for a finance orgy of four. Bring a Money Monitor into the Bedroom Having someone or something monitor your money habits might sound a little uncomfortable. There they are, looking lustfully at your money, salivating perhaps. But there’s really no need to worry. While online money monitors connect to your bank and credit accounts, their interest is to sell you their money management plans -- not steal your money. I used both LearnVest and Personal Capital, and I prefer LearnVest because it…
    Written on Friday, 26 May 2017 05:17 in News & Information Read 17 times
  • Allergies to Marijuana on the Rise
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    Allergies to Marijuana on the Rise In 2015 Dr. Thad Ocampo and Dr. Tonya Rans published a paper looking at cannabis allergies that ranged from eczema to asthma to anaphylaxis. Daily Mail now reports 36 million Americans could be allergic to marijuana, stating 73 percent of the 50 million people who react to pollen also have issues with cannabis – and the figure is rising. This comes as no surprise as marijuana is a plant that carries pollen. Those exposed to second hand cannabis may be at risk as well. In 1971, a 29 year old woman claimed to have smoked marijuana for the first time when she went into a full anaphylactic reaction, being unable to breath. Cannabis sativa is one of the more common strains of cannabis used and its hypersensitivity could cause one to have any of the following: Cough Sneezing Wheezing Rash Itch Hives Runny eyes, conjunctivitis Difficulty breathing Image from Positive Vibrations Cannabis indicia is the other more common strain, whose leaves are wider and may pose allergic risks as well. Dr. Ocampo and Rans also discusses cannabis seed encrusted seafood which caused an anaphylactic reaction in a patient who was not allergic to seafood. EpiPens could provide support for those…
    Written on Wednesday, 24 May 2017 19:58 in News & Information Read 41 times
  • Joss Whedon Takes Over Justice League Film (for a very sad reason)
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    Joss Whedon Takes Over Justice League Film (for a very sad reason) Producer / Director Zack Snyder has dropped out of the production because of a family tragedy. Autumn Snyder, Zack’s daughter from his first marriage, committed suicide on March 20th. Initially, the family wanted to keep Autumn’s death private -- telling only close friends and relatives. The film was shut down for two weeks so the Snyder’s could attend to the aftermath of the sad event. Everyone, including Mr. Snyder, thought the film would return to its original schedule after the bereavement period. Eventually, Zack had a change of heart: “In my mind, I thought it was a cathartic thing to go back to work, to just bury myself and see if that was the way through it. The demands of this job are pretty intense. It is all-consuming. And in the last two months, I’ve come to the realization … I’ve decided to take a step back from the movie to be with my family, be with my kids, who really need me. They are all having a hard time. I’m having a hard time.” Completely understandable. Warner Bros. appears to be standing beside Zack and offered to push the release date back, allowing the family time to recover. But…
    Written on Tuesday, 23 May 2017 18:25 in News & Information Read 46 times
Host: Bradlee Dean, of Sons of Liberty


The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth; a nation whose tongue thou shalt not understand; A nation of fierce countenance"  -Deuteronomy 28:49-50

In May of 2011, I had the opportunity to give the opening prayer to the House of Representatives at the state capital in Minnesota.  That door was opened at the request of a local representative named Ernie Leidiger R-District 47 A, to which I gladly responded.
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Host: Bradlee Dean, of Sons of Liberty





"Terrorism is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death."
-- Adolf Hitler

Yesterday, The Clarion project brought us "Perhaps the Most Barbaric ISIS Execution Video Ever."

Is it not amazing how these videos are conveniently distributed, as well as done professionally with jib arms and duel cameras? Of course, it would not be complete without sound effects, which are all inclusive.

The messag...... read more
Host: Erskine, Erskine Overnight


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Lowell Ponte  is the man for all reasons. He worked as Roving Editor of Reader's Digest for 15 years reporting in 33 countries. He hosted radio talk programs that were syndicated to over 300 stations. He's the author of (1976) The Cooling...... read more
Host:  Jim Brown , Jim Brown's Common Sense



Remember the old knock on presidential candidate John Kerry back in the 2004 presidential election? "I was for it before I was against it." Today, about the single worst charge that can be made against any conservative Republican politician is that they support Obamacare.  President-Elect Trump said during the recent campaign that his first act would be to abolish Obamacare. And the key component is requiring every citizen to buy health insurance.

But here's the problem for GOP legislators. For decad...... read more
From Michael Olson, host of the Food Chain


This Saturday at 9am Pacific, Michael Olson's Food Chain Radio Show hosts Elaine Khosrova, author of Butter: A Rich History, for a conversation about our relationship with butter.

This Saturday at 9am Pacific, Michael Olson's Food Chain Radio Show hosts Elaine Khosrova, author of Butter: A Rich History, for a conversation about our relationship with butter.

Topics include a look at our history with butter; why the powers-that-be tried to talk us out of our relationship with...... read more