Alex talks with best selling author Jerome Corsi about a summon issued by a Georgia judge ordering Obama to appear before the court in a lawsuit challenging his eligibility and presence on the March presidential ballot. Obama did not appear and his lawyers said he would ignore the subpoena and not participate in the legal
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Topics in today’s show: –Obama’s state of the union still being discussed –Mitt Romney gave 14% more to charity than President Obama –Barney Frank looks to get married –British medical journal says fried food doesn’t cause heart disease Starring: Jodi Miller Production: Dialog New Media
Video: Today in History For January 31st
Occupy Wall Street protesters marched in New York City Sunday night. Marchers say it was a sign of solidarity with Occupy protesters in Oakland, California, where hundreds were arrested after clashes Saturday. (Jan. 30)
Video: Today in History – January 30th
A long line of cars and trucks collided one after another early Sunday on a dark Florida highway so shrouded in haze and smoke that drivers were virtually blinded. At least 10 people were killed, and at least 18 were taken to the hospital. (Jan. 29)
Here’s the latest news for Sunday, January 29th: Gingrich lashes out at Romney, trails in polls 2 days before Fla. primary; At least 9 dead in Fla. highway crash; It could take up to 10 months to remove stricken cruise ship; Heavy metal church service.
On this day in history: Bomb his Alabama abortion clinic; Poe’s “The Raven” first published; Cobb, Ruth named first members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. (Jan. 29)
Three topless Ukrainian protesters were detained on Saturday while trying to break into an invitation-only gathering of international CEOs and political leaders to call attention to the needs of the world’s poor. After a complicated journey to reach the heavily guarded Swiss resort town of Davos, the women arrived at the entrance to the congress
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Here is a look at some of the notable events that took place on this day in history, January 28.
Author Catherine Crier joins the Judge to talk about the NYPD considering the purchase of drones and what the acquisition of military technology by domestic law enforcement means for the future of freedom in America. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com
CCTV captures a burglar conducting a Spiderman-style break-in at a supermarket by cutting a hole in the roof and abseiling down a rope into the store, where £10,000 of cigarettes and alcohol were then stolen.
The reopening of an Australian Museum of Natural History has been a real thrill for visitors. Some of the delighted and rather frightened guests however think the animatronic creatures greeting them at the entrance were “a little too realistic”. The Queensland Museum of Natural History in Brisbane chose to mark its reopening after renovation with
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A caller on a 911 recording released by Los Angeles fire officials says Demi Moore smoked something before she was rushed to the hospital Monday night. The woman on the call said the actress was having convulsions, shaking and ‘burning up.’ (Jan. 27)
A man has been given a suspended jail sentence after he slammed his victim into the side of a moving train at a station in Shropshire.
Two Canadian 17-year-olds, Matthew Ho and Asad Muhammad, send a Lego man 80,000 feet into space. Report by Lisa Snell.
Video: Today in History – January 27th
End the TSA for Freedom and Human Dignity – New Developments Rand Paul vs TSA
Reason Magazine Editor in Chief Matt Welch appeared on Freedom Watch With Judge Napolitano to discuss the treatment of what guest host Elizabeth MacDonald calls, “OWS pests”, the economics of security surrounding the TSA and how the super committee’s failure may jeopardize payroll tax cuts. Air Date: November 22, 2011.
Mission Creep: DHS Agency Abandons Fighting Terrorism, Shifts to Hiring Police, Taking Over America.
The skies over northern Europe have been illuminated with an intense display of the northern lights after a week of massive solar storms showered the Earth with radiation. (Jan. 26)
Lohan sued by pedestrian allegedly struck by star; ’30 Rock’ star back at work after hospitalization; Oscars voting to go electronic. (Jan. 26)
Video: Today in History for January 26th – Highlights – Bill Clinton Lies To The World
Obama Refuses to Show at Georgia Hearing….. Hearing will go on….
Fireworks set off during an official Chinese New Year celebration have sparked a blaze that burned homes, killed three people and injured others in central Thailand. Three people were killed as at least 20 houses burned down late Tuesday.
Washington is working flat out to get its hands on alleged copyright violators both at home and abroad. The founder of file-swapping website MegaUpload was arrested in New Zealand last week and could face extradition to the U.S. Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party, believes the anti-piracy bills being pushed through Congress, will
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