Uncooperative Radio 06-08-18 Live!

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We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance.
Then, Ups and Downs for the week, regulations suck and we will visit the wonderful world of animals. Followed by its the economy stupid and more Marijuana news.

Uncooperative Radio 05-25-18 Live!

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We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance.
Then, Ups and Downs for the week, this day in history, some technology news, we will visit the wonderful world of animals, again and it’s the economy stupid

Uncooperative Radio 04-20-18 Live!

Starts @ 10pm ET on Red State Talk Radio

We start the show with a Prayer. Happy Birthday Brian will opine on Trump’s foreign policy concerning North Korea, because everyone is getting it wrong and the Embassy opening in Jerusalem. Then, The Second Amendment Report, The Political Smackdown, The Fuzzy Muzzy Report and we will visit the wonderful world of animals.


Show Notes 06-10-2017

Saturday Show 6-10-17

Megyn Kelly spars with defiant Vladimir Putin on NBC show debut
Megyn Kelly made her much-ballyhooed debut on NBC Sunday, though she didn’t exactly live up to the title of her new magazine show that went up against 60 Minutes.
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Dem Congresswoman Doesn’t Know FBI Part of Executive Branch
A leading Democrat in the House and frequent critic of President Donald Trump made an embarrassing faux pas during CNN’s Erin Burnett “OutFront” show on Wednesday night.
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Meet Young Americans Who Pledge Allegiance, Salute Old Glory and Honor our Troops
In recent days we have seen shameful images of American young people burning the flag, disrespecting the National Anthem and desecrating the U.S. Constitution. We have seen them try and silence free speech and bully those who defend freedom.
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SecState Tillerson Recognizes ‘Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Pride Month’ 
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a statement on June 7, recognizing what the called “LGBTI Month” and said that the State Department is “working around the world to uphold the fundamental freedom of LGBTI persons to live with dignity and freedom.”
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Chimps are not people, cannot be freed from custody: New York court
Chimpanzees do not deserve the same rights as people, a New York state appeals court unanimously concluded on Thursday, as it refused to order the release of two of the animals to a primate sanctuary.
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This police dog was fired from his job for an adorable reason
This is Gavel, a German Shepherd who was recruited as a puppy to train as a police dog – but ended up getting the sack. Unfortunately, Gavel was found to be not up to the task. As the police put it, he  “did not display the necessary aptitude for a life on the front line.”
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Why whales are back in New York City
Once all but extinct in New York City’s waters, the whales are undeniably back. The same year that the curious humpback captured our attentions, Sieswerda counted 106 whales in the waters off New York City.
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Groundswell of Local Support to Meet US Goals in Paris Accord
It’s been a week since President Trump announced he was pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement. In that time, a remarkable transformation has taken place.
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Show Notes 07-30-2015

Thursday show 07-30-15
Families face tough decisions as cost of elder care soars
Doris Ranzman had followed the expert advice, planning ahead in case she wound up unable to care for herself one day. But when a nursing-home bill tops $14,000 a month, the best-laid plans get tossed aside.
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Teens emergency contraception use increase
The percentage of teen girls who use emergency contraception, sometimes referred to as the “morning-after pill,” has increased considerably over the last decade, according to a new report.
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World War l

On June 28, 1914, a young Serbian nationalist named Gavrilo Princip killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in Sarajevo,Bosnia. Taking place against a backdrop of escalating tensions in the Balkans, the assassination set off a chain of events that would lead to the start of World War I barely one month later.
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Graduates Sue Rolling Stone Over Retracted Rape Story
Three University of Virginia graduates and members of a fraternity profiled in a debunked account of a gang rape in a retracted Rolling Stone magazine story filed a lawsuit against the publication and the article’s author Wednesday, court records show.
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Stallone puts ‘Rocky,’ ‘Rambo’ memorabilia up for auction
Sylvester Stallone is parting with memorabilia from the “Rocky” and “Rambo” movies, but he’s keeping the two characters alive onscreen.
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AP Investigation: Olympic teams to swim, boat in Rio’s filth
Athletes competing in next year’s Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found.
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Chicago sheriff puts inmates to work demolishing abandoned buildings
A Chicago sheriff has a new ally in the battle to rid the city of abandoned properties that attract squatters, drugs and crime: prison inmates.
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Navy admiral confirms US pulling aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf this fall
The U.S. Navy will not have an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf this fall for the first time in years, President Obama’s nominee to be the Navy’s top officer told Capitol Hill lawmakers Thursday.
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Court dismisses lawsuit seeking person hood for 2 N.Y. chimps
Two chimpanzees will not be freed from a New York state university where they’re used in locomotion studies after a court decision Thursday dismissed a lawsuit that had sought to afford them legal personhood rights.
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Show Notes 07/10/2014

Thursday Show 7/10/14

Operation Wetback was a repatriation project of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service to remove illegal Mexican immigrants (“wetbacks”) from the Southwest. During the first decades of the twentieth century, the majority of migrant workers who crossed the border illegally did not have adequate protection against exploitation by American farmers.
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Obama administration tracking Muslim candidates for military, Pentagon positions
The administration of President Barack Obama has been identifying Muslims in the military in an effort to encourage their presence. Officials said the Defense Department has been keeping records and tracking Muslims. They said the administration sought to attract Muslims both to the military and to the Pentagon.
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Agenda 21
Have you heard about Agenda 21 in the News? Not sure what to think? Here are some Myths and Facts: Myth: Agenda 21 seeks to promote “world government” through the creation of “a centralized planning agency [that] would be responsible for oversight into all areas of our lives.”
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Screaming pig threatens children walking through Maine woods
Capt. Rick Stubbert tells the Morning Sentinel that the children were walking along a trail in the wooded area between the local middle school and the high school at about 1:45 p.m. Tuesday when the pig confronted them “screaming at the kids and chasing them.”
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Paralyzed dog gets homemake wheelchair from stor employees
Pierce had dropped Wally off at her vet’s kennel service late last month, as she left for a quick trip out of town. But when she returned to pick him up, she was whisked into an examination room.
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Show Notes: 04-16-2012

Links for Uncooperative Radio Show Sunday 04/16/12

Yellowfin tuna linked to salmonella outbreak in 20 states
A yellowfin tuna product used to make dishes like sushi and sashimi sold at restaurants and grocery stores has been linked with an outbreak of salmonella that has sickened more than 100 people in 20 states and the District of Columbia, federal health authorities said Friday.

New explosions rock Kabul after Afghan forces repel earlier attacks
A series of explosions rocked central Kabul last Monday, the day after Afghan security forces said they repulsed a series of insurgent attacks in the capital and three other provinces.

Philly Mayor Doesn’t Worry About Terrorists – Because They ‘Wouldn’t Last 15 Minutes’ in Some City Neighborhoods
The violence on inner-city streets is the real “domestic terrorism,” says Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter. “I never worried much about al-Qaeda in West Philly, because Osama bin Laden wouldn’t last 15 minutes in some of the neighborhoods that I represent,” Nutter said at a recent summit on preventing youth violence in Washington.

Protect Your Rights! Act Now to Support Legal Transportation of Firearms
When Congress passed the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act (FOPA) in 1986, one of the key provisions of the bill was intended to protect the rights of gun owners to legally transport their firearms between locations where they are legally allowed to possess them.

New Report Combats Claim that Ending Birthright Citizenship would Cost Taxpayers Billions of Dollars
A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies repudiates claims made by a high-immigration group that ending Birthright Citizenship would cost U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars per year.

Mexican human rights body urges action to overturn death sentences for Mexicans in US prisons
The National Human Rights Commission in Mexico is urging its government to “intensify actions” aimed at overturning the death sentence of 58 Mexican nationals held in U.S. prisons. http://cnsnews.com/news/article/mexican-rights-body-urges-action-overturn-death-sentences-58-mexicans-us-prisons

NaturalNews exclusive: Michigan government unleashes armed raids on small pig farmers, forces farmer to shoot all his own pigs
NaturalNews can now confirm that the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has, in total violation of the Fourth Amendment, conducted two armed raids on pig farmers in that state, one in Kalkaska County at Fife Lake and another in Cheboygan County.

Fines and Mandatory ‘Environmental Projects’ on School Bus Contractor for ‘Excessive Idling’ The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforced nearly $500,000 in fines and mandatory “environmental projects” on a school bus contractor for “excessive idling,” and as part of its anti-idling campaign to reduce the carbon footprint of school buses waiting to pick up children for their routes.