Thursday, May 12 – Hour 2 Podcast

How big is too big? Some theme park riders fear small seats and ‘the walk of shame’ – LA Times

The uncomfortable scene is a familiar one to anybody who has ever visited a : The overweight rider becomes increasingly embarrassed as the ride attendant pushes and shoves with all his might on the over-the-shoulder restraint that stubbornly refuses to click closed. Everybody waiting in line knows what comes next: the walk of shame.

Gun Used To Kill Trayvon Martin Disappears From Auction Site | The Daily Caller

Zimmerman put the 9mm on gunbroker.com, with the auction set to begin at 11 a.m. Thursday. The bidding was to start at $5,000. But now the link has vanished.

Judge rules for House Republicans in ObamaCare lawsuit | Fox News

A federal ruled Thursday for House Republicans in a challenge brought against the Obama administration over the legality of payments to insurers under .

FBI Tells Police To Hide Phone Tracking – Vocativ

Your local police may use a controversial piece of technology—ominously dubbed a—to track your phone. But, the is taking pains to make sure you never find out. The agency encourages police to find additional evidence so that stingray technology never comes up in court, according to a new memo.

New Senate Bill Requires Health Inspections of all VA Kitchens in Wake of Cockroach Scandal

The RAID Act – Requiring Accountability and Inspections for Dining Service – would subject the to the same health standards as private hospital kitchens, which includes shutting down the facility until problems are corrected. The bill was introduced by Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., after a Review investigation revealed allegations of a cockroach infestation so massive that bugs were reportedly being served in food at a Chicago area VA hospital.