Episode 90 – News for April 16, 2015


* Changes to the Audio Setup
* We were on the Imaginary Friends Show


* 1889 – Charlie Chaplin was born
* 1947 – Grandcamp explosion kills hundreds
* 1972 – Apollo 16 departs for moon This is the 5th of 6 lunar landings
* 2007 – Virginia Tech Massacre


* The bird phylogenetic tree get’s a needed makeover
* Brontosaurus is back!
* California Senate vaccination bill passes first committee
* Ottawa mom defects from anti-vax movement after all seven children get whooping cough


* South Carolina says the 14th Amendment doesn’t apply to gays because it didn’t apply to women
* Florida House passes bill to legalize all kinds of religiously motivated adoption discrimination
* Alabama Senate passes bill to affirm right to display religious symbols
* Indiana backs down on religious
* Iowa representative turns back on Wiccan invocation
* At mormon conference some openly opposed the leadership
* NRA seminar claims there are Sharia no-go zones in the US
* Texas church members starve two year old to death then try to resurrect him


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