May 17th – News You Didn’t Hear About

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Did you hear about: “Girl Scouts Welcome Cross-Dressing Boys” “U.S. Poor Are Envy Of The World” how about “Gay-Friendly Street Signs” or “Student threaten by College Adviser’s When He Walked Into Her Office.” News You Didn’t Hear About.

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Girl Scouts Welcome Cross-Dressing Boys

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The Girl Scouts of America (GSA) is the latest organization to cave to pressure from the LGBTIQA lobby, adapting its policies to extend membership to boys who identify as girls.
Penny Nance from Concerned Women for America called the decision “just one more slap in the face to Christian parents.”

On the GSA website, the association states: “If the child is recognized by the family and school/community as a girl and lives culturally as a girl, then Girl Scouts is an organization that can serve her in a setting that is both emotionally and physically safe.”

Girls participating in the scouts will now be obliged to recognize transgenderism as a normal lifestyle, critics say.

The conservative American Family Association expressed its outrage at the policy change, accusing scout leaders of “losing their moral compass.” This is the case of adults being “willing to experiment on our kids—both the boys who are confused and the girls who will wonder why a boy in a dress is in the bathroom with them.”

Source: BreitBart news

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May 3rd – More Presidential Candidates Jump into the Race

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More Presidential candidates jump into the race and it’s too early to even guess who will win, but it is funny watching them do and say silly things. Plus Rick Schutte comes in to make sense out of the news stories we are hearing plus your questions.

 

Here’s Attorney Schutte website: Frederick Schutte’s website

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Thought Of The Day


Anger is the belief that a Natural Law has been violated. If it was a Natural Law in the first place is debatable.


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Thought Of The Day

People really don’t care about others problems until it effects them.


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Google Gives You the Ability to Delete All of Your Search History

Google introduced a feature earlier this year that lets users download their entire search history, but some have pointed out that you can also completely delete it, which might be a good decision from a security or data tracking standpoint.

According to Venture Beat, Google released this download feature in January, but it just recently got attention when it made it onto the Google Operating System blog, which is an unofficial Google news and tips website.

A person prepares to search the internet using the Google search engine, on May 14, 2014, in Lille. In a surprise ruling on May 13, the EU's top court said individuals have the right to ask US Internet giant Google to delete personal data produced by its ubiquitous search engine. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE HUGUEN (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images)

“You can download all of your saved search history to see a list of the terms you’ve searched for. This gives you access to your data when and where you want,” Google says of its search history export feature.

Google warns people doing this though that they shouldn’t download their search history on public computers and advises them to “protect your account and sensitive data with 2-Step Verification, which helps keep others out of your account even if they have your password.”

When you attempt to download your history, Google even gives this popup emphasizing to users the importance of security here.

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On this same page, Google includes instructions for deleting your search and browser activity, and Gizmodo’s Sean Hollister pointed out why you might want to take advantage of this feature instead of downloading it.

“And then I realized there were dangerous things in my search history,” Hollister wrote, providing examples like subject lines of his emails and his street address used when he got directions on Google Maps.

“Your searches and browsing activity are saved in your Web & App Activity when it’s turned on and you’re signed in to your Google Account,” Google explained. “You’re in control of what’s saved, and you can delete it or turn the setting off whenever you like.”

Hollister noted that Google has made it easy for users to delete their search history completely if they wish, noting that in doing so they’ll “miss out on some enhanced search results.”

Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Visit your Web & App Activity page.
  2. Check the box next to the items you want to remove.
  3. Click Remove items at the top of the page.

If you don’t want Google tracking your search history to begin with, go to your Account History page and click the “pause” button.

Venture Beat explained that letting users download search history is a move toward giving them “a sense of control over their data.”


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