Show Notes 07-05-2018

Thursday show notes 07-05-18

The Fact You Can Vote Doesn’t Make Government Abuse OK
One of the most problematic aspects of the American Revolution — problematic for the state — is the fact that the American war for independence was illegal. According to British law, the secession movement announced at Philadelphia in 1776, and the war fought to defend it, were criminal acts instigated by criminals.
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Senate panel upholds finding that Russia backed Trump, contradicting House
The Senate Intelligence Committee has unequivocally upheld the conclusion of the intelligence community that Russia developed a “clear preference” for then-candidate Donald Trump in the 2016 election and sought to help him win the White House.
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Campos-Duffy: Liberal Media Targeting Potential SCOTUS Pick’s Faith Shows ‘Religious Intolerance’
Liberal media outlets are already targeting a potential nominee to replace Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court as President Trump eyes potential picks.
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‘Their Party Has No Future’: Former Democrat Urges Liberals to ‘Walk Away’ From Democratic Party
The creator of a social media campaign urging liberals to detach themselves from the Democratic Party said that the future of the party is over. Brandon Straka started the “#WalkAway Campaign,” which shares video stories of people who decide to dissociate themselves from liberalism.
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Show Notes 09-06-15

Sunday show 09-6-15

V-J Day
On August 14, 1945, it was announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally to the Allies, effectively ending World War II. Since then, both August 14 and August 15 have been known as “Victory over Japan Day,” or simply “V-J Day.”
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Obama Pushes Solar Power–In Arctic Town That Sees Little Sun in Winter
President Obama promoted solar energy to residents of Kotzebue, an Alaskan town located 26 miles north of the Arctic Circle that gets less than six hours of sunlight for 34 days in early December through early January.
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Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended for refusing to serve alcohol
A Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended by ExpressJet for refusing to serve alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith.
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Bruce Willis Shames Hollywood Liberals With Epic Gift to 500 Exhausted Firefighters
Although they are the exception and not the rule, there are good people in Hollywood who actually put their money where their mouths are and take care of those who are taking care of us.
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Police are calling for a Nationwide boycott of this major fast food chain, here’s why
According to Dade County, Fla. authorities, employees at a local Arby’s restaurant refused to serve a police officer based on her profession.
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Man Who Wrote 14th Amendment Explains Who It Included… This Is Going to Devastate Liberals
Following the release of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposed immigration policies, a national debate has been sparked regarding the 14th Amendment to the Constitution and the idea of birthright citizenship.
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There Have Been More Jihadist Terror Cases in U.S. in 2015 Than in Any Year Since 9/11
The “Terror Threat Snapshot” for August 2015, released by the majority staff of the House Homeland Security Committee, states the terror threat level in America is high and “getting steadily worse,” and that there have been “more U.S.-based jihadist terror cases in 2015 than in any full year since 9/11.”
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Florida gun maker produces  assault rifle never to used by Muslim terrorists
A new assault rifle being manufactured in central Florida has drawn fire after the gunmaker branded it the “Crusader” and said it was designed “to never be used by Muslim terrorists.”
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Common myths about soda debunked
Soda has been a big part of American pop culture since the 1800s, when it was first marketed as a brain tonic to “invigorate the system” and cure headaches.
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The fiber myth: How much is too much?
High-fiber foods might as well come with a sticker saying, “Need to poop? Eat this.” After all, that’s pretty much what cereal commercials, doctors, and everyone else are saying. But, it turns out that fiber might actually be what’s backing you up.
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Show notes 11/18/2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 11/18/12
New Mexico coyote hunting contest sparks protests
The terms of the competition are simple: Hunters in New Mexico have two days this weekend to shoot and kill as many coyotes as they can, and the winners get their choice of a free shotgun or a pair of semi-automatic rifles.
Pelosi Unsure on 11th & 14th Amendments: ‘Whatever It Is, I’m with the Constitution’
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) confused the 14th and 11th Amendments when suggesting the president could bypass Congress and unilaterally raise the debt ceiling, saying, “Whatever it is, I’m with the constitution.

Twinkies are being sold on the Internet like exquisite delicacies.
Hours after Twinkie-maker Hostess announced its plans to close its doors forever, people flocked to stores to fill their shopping baskets with boxes of the cream-filled sponge cakes and their sibling snacks  Ding Dongs, Ho Hos and Zingers.

‘Twilight’ finale has bright, if not blinding, opening
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, the final installment of the cinematic vampire love story, took a decisive No. 1 at theaters, collecting $141.3 million, according to studio estimates from
EPA tells Americans to finish their leftovers
In the olden days, the phrase was “waste not, want not.” Nowadays, it’s mostly waste not.
The Environmental Protection Agency — observing “America Recycles Day” on Thursday — is challenging Americans to make “smarter, more sustainable food management choices,” and that includes finishing, freezing or giving away your leftovers.

In Montana, Crow tribe sees perils to ‘fiscal cliff’
The Westmoreland Coal Co. gets $2.26 from the IRS for every ton of coal it mines off the Crow Indian reservation in Montana. That mine, in turn, supports the tribe through millions in taxes and royalties — and 100 jobs with an average salary of $75,000.
Atheists’ move halts Christmas tradition in California, churches go to court to get it back
 Damon Vix didn’t have to go to court to push Christmas out of the city of Santa Monica. He just joined the festivities.
The atheist’s anti-God message alongside a life-sized nativity display in a park overlooking the beach ignited a debate that burned brighter than any Christmas candle.