News Round-Up

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Air Date: October 31, 2013

Host: Vic Eliason

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Vic Eliason took the reins in the studio to bring you this Friday news round-up edition of Crosstalk. Stories included the following:

--Vision to America expresses the opinion that Oprah Winfrey is actually very racist.

--Christian music artists said to be confusing people regarding the issue of homosexuality.

--Tennessee school allegedly distributes information on the Nation of Islam.

--Yoga recognized as a state religion in a California school district.

--Ruth Bader Ginsburg comments appear to line up with that of Planned Parenthood founder.

--Halloween costumes reach a new low in bad taste.

--Elderly Indiana veteran and his wife refuse to take flagpole down that is flying both an American flag and a prisoner of war flag, despite threats from the homeowners association.

--Apple CEO Tim cook says he is proud to be gay.

--Suspected methamphetamine manufacturer (drug dealer) has been arrested with the help of his own dog.

--Citing terror threats, the Department of Homeland Security increases security at federal buildings across the nation.

--Using the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000, the IRS has been seizing money from the bank accounts of individuals and businesses and doing so with no proof of any crimes or charges filed.




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