Friday, April 27, 2018

Idaho "hate group" pastor defends slavery, North Korea considers denuclearization and other morning headlines

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click to enlarge Pastor Warren Mark Campbell runs a military surplus store and a Christian church in Coeur d'Alene. Both glorify the Confederacy. - CBC NEWS SCREENCAP
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  • Pastor Warren Mark Campbell runs a military surplus store and a Christian church in Coeur d'Alene. Both glorify the Confederacy.

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NEWS:
The Idaho Statesman says that the Lordship Church in Coeur d'Alene is different from the sort of hate groups that proclaim racist or anti-Semitic views. So we listened to the Lordship Church's sermons. Does defending slavery and disputing the Holocaust count?

FOOD: Entrée brings you the best news possible: more ice cream is coming to Spokane.

EVENTS: Have you heard the hype about books and have been meaning to check them out to see what all the fuss is about? Check out National Bookstore Day at Auntie's.

IN OTHER NEWS

I'm thinkin' RVs
Spokane Valley is looking at limiting the stay of RVs for an extended period of time.  (Spokesman-Review)

The man's not a fan of Medicaid

Even if the Idaho voters approve Medicaid, Republican Rep. Raul Labrador might try to override it. (Spokesman-Review)

Does the prison cafeteria serve pudding pops?
Bill Cosby has been found guilty of sexual assault. (New York Times)

Only Trump could go to North Korea?
North and South Korea talk about peace and... denuclearization?! What is going on?! (New York Times)

Even Brokaw?
Former NBC anchor Tom Brokaw has been accused of sexual harassment too. (Washington Post)
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