Daily Topics - Tuesday December 16th, 2014

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Be sure to check out our new videos: CARBON, LAST HOURS & GREEN WORLD RISING - narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

Hour One: We thought we were free...

Hour Two: Left, Right...nobody likes 'fast track' - Ambassador Alan Keyes, Loyal to Liberty

Hour Three: Thom talks with renowned prosecutor - Vincent Bugliosi, The Prosecution of an American President

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Suze O 7 years 6 weeks ago
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Thom.

It's APACHE LEAP!

The area in Arizona that the "Cromnibus" gave to the foreign mining firm to mine for copper is called "Apache LEAP", not Apache tears. It commemorates a site where some Apaches about to be captured by US forces chose to LEAP to their deaths rather than be taken alive.

Apache tears, on the other hand, are small bits of obsidian that have been tumbled smooth by water and sand.

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