Convicted sex offender arrested in Colorado may have connections to Delphi murders – 95.3 MNC

A convicted sex offender arrested in connection with a murder in Colorado may be connected to the February murders of Liberty German, 14, and Abigail Williams, 13.

Are changes to St. Joseph County’s leaf pickup program unfair? | Local |

Proposed changes to St. Joseph County’s leaf pickup program this season have raised issues of fairness among some residents.

Extra security placed near Ray Lewis statue after petition urges its removal – Baltimore Sun

As of mid-afternoon Wednesday, more than 36,000 people had signed an online petition on that advocates for the removal of the Lewis statue “because of his refusal to stand during the National Anthem.

Ashamed Teens on Flag Football Team Drop ‘Steelers’ Name, Changing to Honor Military | Truth Revolt

“After seeing the Pittsburgh Steelers refuse to come out of the locker room, we talked to our kids and they no longer want to play as the ‘Steelers’ because they’ve disrespected the national anthem, as well as the men and women who fought to protect this country.”

It Begins. Owner of Historic US Clothing Company Pulls Ads from NFL Games

In his statement Jones said, “Our companies will not condone unpatriotic behavior!” The Times Free Press reported:

Michigan Female Police Chief Defends Calling Kneeling NFL Players “Ingrates” and “Degenerates” (Video)

Michigan Black Caucus Lawmakers Demand State Police Chief Resign for Defending US Flag and Military

Michigan Black Caucus lawmakers are demanding Police Chief Kibbey resign after she defended the US military and Old Glory.

Legends Women’s Lingerie Football League Rebukes NFL: ‘We Don’t Get On Our Knees’ (VIDEO)

It Begins: Stubhub Advertises 10% Discount on NFL Tickets

Stubhub is advertising 10% discount on NFL tickets.

Here’s How Much Money the NFL Rakes in From Taxpayers

The National Football League is now plunged into politics as players throughout the sport kneel for the national anthem and President continues to rebuke them publicly.

Hour 2

The Obscure Law Affecting Puerto Rico’s Ability to Recover After Hurricane Maria

The Merchant Marine Act of 1920, better known as the Jones Act, has typically been confined to debates about energy independence, trade, and regulation. The law requires shipments between two U.S. ports be on U.S.-built, U.S.-manned, and U.S.-owned vessels.

Trump Waives Jones Act to Speed Up Aid Shipments to Puerto Rico – Bloomberg

President Donald Trump ordered the Jones Act to be waived for shipments to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, sparking complaints from lawmakers who either opposed the move or thought the length of the waiver was too short.

Record $135 billion a year for illegal immigration, average $8,075 each, $25,000 in NY


All Russian Roads Lead to DNC: Russian Purchased Facebook Ads Promoted Hillary Clinton and Black Lives Matter

Embarrassment as Washington Post corrects its ‘scoop’ about Obama, Facebook and Russia | Fox News

The Washington Post has made a correction to an explosive cover story that undermines the entire premise of Monday’s front-page article headlined, “Obama sought to prod Facebook on Russia role.”

Hour 3

Dems Claim Data Awan Took Was Homework | The Daily Caller

Democratic congressional aides made unauthorized access to a House server 5,400 times and funneled “massive” amounts of data off of it. But there’s nothing to see here, Democrats told The Washington Post: They were just storing and then re-downloading homework assignments for Imran Awan’s elementary-school aged kids and family pictures.

Commie West Point Grad’s Father Responds to His Son’s Anti-US Tweets: “It Greatly Saddens Me”

A photo of U.S. Army infantry officer and West Point graduate Spenser Rapone was making its rounds online Monday due to the fact that – while in his uniform – Rapone had the words “Communism will win” scrawled inside of his cap.

Former Legislator Disavows Spenser Rapone | The Daily Caller

The former Democratic congressman who nominated communist 2nd Lt. Spenser Rapone to West Point is now disavowing Rapone’s recent comments, which range from attacks on Secretary of Defense James Mattis to calls for political violence.

Feds Spend $429,220 Tracking Eye Movements of Latinos at Grocery Stores to Fight Obesity

The National Institutes of Health is spending over $400,000 on a study tracking the eye movements of Latinos and their children at grocery stores in a bid to fight obesity.