Show Notes 10-15-15

Thursday show 10-15-15

25 questions that we should demand be answered by our leaders
Our governments from municipal to federal have grown exponentially since our country’s founding. That growth is not just in quantity but also in percent of population.
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Muslim refugees overrun hospital, stab doctors and yet no media coverage
A friend in Prague has a friend, who, as a retired physician, had returned to work at a Munich area hospital where they needed an anesthesiologist. I correspond with her and she forwarded me her email. Yesterday, at the hospital we had a meeting about how the situation here and at the other Munich hospitals is unsustainable.
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Massive partial list of Palestinian attacks in just 5 days
Since the latest round of Palestinian violence against Israelis began escalating about two weeks ago, dubbed the “wave of terror,” there have been scores of attacks throughout the country each day.
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Administration Responds to Attacks on Israelis by Calling on ‘Both Sides’ to Decrease Tensions
A State Department spokesman on Tuesday declined to “assign blame” for what he called “the cycle of violence that’s currently taking place” in Israel and the disputed territories.
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Feds target rancher after family worked land over 70 years
Harrold, Texas, cattle rancher Ken Aderholt and his family have worked the same land since 1941 – and now the federal government says it never belonged to them.
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SANCTUARY CITIES CONTINUE TO GROW RELEASING THOUSANDS OF CRIMINALS
Just when we thought the state of immigration enforcement couldn’t get any worse, we get two new reports this week that demonstrate decline even more.
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Cuomo paid state workers to fill seats at climate speech
Gov. Andrew Cuomo wasn’t taking any chances that there might be empty seats at a speech he delivered last week on climate change — so state workers were summoned on the taxpayer dime to fill the audience, The Post has learned.
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Show Notes 06-25-2015

Thursday show 06-25-15

BLM Vendetta: Hammonds Headed For Jail On Criminal Charges Filed By BLM on Normally Minor Fire
If BLM Wins On Hammond Vendetta in Oregon, No Landowner or Permittee
Will Be Safe From the Feds BLM and the Fish and Wildlife Service have declared War on the West, a new range war that threatens all landowners and permittees.
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Here Are The 61 ObamaTrade Senators
The “cloture” vote passed, 60-37. ObamaTrade is now on a fast track.
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Jefferson Memorial, Confederate statues enter national race debate
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, which has stood near the banks of the Potomac River in Washington for more than 70 years, is a classical tribute to the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president.
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UN demands four pro-life countries to stop protection unborn babies from abortion
The United Nations’ treaty monitoring body for the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) ignored the pro-life laws of four countries under review during its recent 55th session and strongly urged the countries to change their laws or policies on abortion, despite the fact that the treaty does not mention abortion.
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Watchdog reveals evidence was destroyed during probe of IRS targeting
The lead government watchdog for the IRS revealed Thursday that computer evidence was erased during the investigation into the agency’s targeting scandal, months after the IRS was told to preserve documents.
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Angry Uber protests spark Paris travel chaos
Angry protests against Uber have sparked travel chaos in Paris as French taxi drivers launched a nationwide strike against the popular U.S.-based ridesharing service.
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Tensions high after Druze attack Israeli medical workers out of fear jihadists being treated
The increasingly volatile situation on the Israel-Syria border and the fear of many Israeli Druze that their Syrian brethren are about to be attacked by the Al Qaeda-linked forces sparked a deadly lynch mob attack on an Israeli military ambulance in the Golan Heights region this week that claimed the life of a Syrian being transported for humanitarian medical treatment.
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Show Notes 10/12/2014

Sunday Show 10/12/14
Sukkot
The Festival of Sukkot begins on Tishri 15, the fifth day after Yom Kippur. It is quite a drastic transition, from one of the most solemn holidays in our year to one of the most joyous. Sukkot is so unreservedly joyful that it is commonly referred to in Jewish prayer and literature as Z’man Simchateinu Z’mn Simchateinu (in Hebrew), the Season of our Rejoicing.
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W.E.B. Du Bois
W.E.B. Du Bois was born during the term of President Andrew Johnson and died the year that Lyndon Johnson became president. Du Bois was born in 1868 and raised in Massachusetts, and graduated in 1888 from Fisk University, a black liberal arts college in Nashville, Tennessee. During the summer, he taught in a rural school and later wrote about his experiences in his book THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK.
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Horseback protest targets BLM, but environmentalists say “whoa”
They’re a dozen men and women riding horseback on a modern-day cross-country cattle drive, but with fistfuls of petitions instead of a herd of steers. Their wide-brimmed hats tipped low against the sun’s glare, they’re riding from Bodega Bay, Calif., to Washington.
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‘Museum of the Bible’ hopes to have faithful flock to Washington
If Steven Green’s prayers are answered, a new museum will take its place three years from now in Washington, alongside such venerable repositories of art and artifacts as the Smithsonian and the Air and Space and U.S. Holocaust Memorial museums.
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Fast selling book ignored by media, buried in stores
Published Tuesday, it already is going through a fifth printing, sits near the top of the Internet sales lists and will debut on the New York Times list next week; but even amid widespread acknowledgement that the nation is unraveling, nobody in establishment media seems interested in talking about a book called “Stop the Coming Civil War”.Read more at
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Boy, 13, killed when sacrificial goat plunges from roof
A 13-year-old boy has been killed after a sacrificial goat jumped off a building and landed on his head. A Turkish schoolboy Heval Yildirim died when sacrificial goat jumped off building and fell on him.
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Obama’s Catalist Database operates like the Borg
As I mentioned in my previous column, the Democrats and the institutional left have a new political tool that allows them virtually to ignore moderates yet still win elections. It’s called the Catalist database, and was previously deployed in the 2012 election.
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Mexican Gov’t paying to help shield Illegal Immigrants in the US from deportation
The government of Mexico is paying to help its citizens who are living illegally in the United States avoid deportation. According to a report from National Public Radio, the Mexican government through its 50 consulates around the United States has been helping to fund low-income illegal immigrants to apply for President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA — which shields illegal immigrants from deportation and allows them to work in the U.S. Read More
Supreme Court blocks Wisconsin voter ID law
The Supreme Court on Thursday night blocked Wisconsin from implementing its new voter identification law on the eve of next month’s elections. In a related action, a district court judge in Texas ruled that state’s voter ID law is racially discriminatory and violates the Voting Rights Act. The state attorney general’s office said it would appeal.
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Gay marriage opponent Perkins calls recent Supreme Court move on gay marriage ‘back alley maneuver’
Tony Perkins, Family Research Council president and outspoken opponent of gay marriage, said Sunday that the Supreme Court effectively deciding last week to allow states to handle the issue is a “back alley maneuver” and that the debate is “not going away.”
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Thousands of Pastors defying IRS
It’s been a rough year or so for the Internal Revenue Service. The agency has been in the news for “losing” key computer records that Congress wants to investigate. There was the scandal over high-level attempts to investigate and intimidate churches. And there were the demands that certain conservative and Christian groups reveal their prayers and promise not to oppose Planned Parenthood.
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Show Notes 09/14/2014

Sunday Show 9/14/14
The untold story of The Star Spangled Banner
This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Not only our national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner was the flag that flew during the War of 1812 during the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the words that would become the famous song.
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Baseball movie brings Dads home
Little boys grow up with lots of heroes – caped crusaders in comic books, movie and music icons, teachers, uncles, grandfathers and sports stars, to name a few. But what about Dad? What would it take to make Dad a hero?
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Bundy says land is not owned by Feds
Controversial figure Cliven Bundy said Thursday a transfer of public land from federal to state control was unnecessary, on grounds that Nevada already has a right to most of the land. Many local officials advocate for such a transfer, but Bundy said you can’t ask for something you already own.
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Benghazi panel begins hearings with questions on US diplomats’ safety
The select Benghazi Committee holds its first open hearing Wednesday, employing broad congressional powers to try to answer lingering questions ranging from what led to the fatal 2012 terror strikes on a U.S. outpost in Libya to what is being done to better protect U.S. diplomats worldwide.
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‘It doesn’t make sense’: Concerns over enlisting DoD in Ebola response
The Obama administration’s decision to enlist the Defense Department in responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is raising concerns that the task is pulling the already-stretched military away from other missions, including vital counter terrorism operations.
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Heroic Marines hunted Taliban in the bloodiest battle
American military personnel are smarter and savvier than previous generations, but they share the same love for country and desire to take the fight to the enemy, according to Bing West, the tireless embed reporter who has chronicled the work of men and women in uniform throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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American shakedown: Police won’t charge you but they’ll grab your money
On its official website, the Canadian government informs its citizens that “there is no limit to the amount of money that you may legally take into or out of the United States.” Nonetheless, it adds, banking in the U.S. can be difficult for non-residents, so Canadians shouldn’t carry large amounts of cash.
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Public school receive mine resistant ambus protected vehicle
The police department for San Diego’s public schools recently revealed that they have acquired a large armored combat vehicle from the U.S. military. The $700,000 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP), which is designed to withstand blasts from improvised explosive devices and mines, was given to law enforcement for the Unified School District in April.
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Militia threatens to block traffic at international bridges
Law enforcement officials and city leaders from across the Rio Grande Valley are preparing for what they say could result in tense moments or violence. Officials say they received word that members of a militia are threatening to block ports of entry.
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I Pencil
I am a lead pencil—the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
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Wasted! Feds spend millions of tax dollars getting monkeys drunk
There’s a whole lot of drinking going on in the name of government science, and some watchdogs think it’s the American taxpayer who is getting hammered. Right now the National Institutes of Health is spending $3.2 million to get monkeys to drink alcohol excessively to determine what effect it has long term on their body tissue.
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Show Notes 07/03/2014

Thursday Show 7/3/14

9 things you may not know about the Declaration of Independence
1. The Declaration of Independence wasn’t signed on July 4, 1776.
On July 1, 1776, the Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia, and on the following day 12 of the 13 colonies voted in favor of Richard Henry Lee’s motion for independence.

NM ranching family tells feds: ‘Don’t fence us out’
For more than a century, the Lucero family has grazed livestock in the majestic landscape near Fenton Lake in the Santa Fe National Forest. They started with sheep and, in the 1920s, switched to cattle.

Josh Earnest has immigration slip
With a slip of the tongue in his July 3 news conference, White House press secretary Josh Earnest stumbled, saying President Barack Obama plans to use the Fourth of July to naturalize “illegal” immigrants.

NY Times Jackie Calmes cheers Democratic quest to hold Senate through single women
Jackie Calmes, New York Times reporter (and reliable water-carrier for Democrats), made Thursday’s front page with a story on the competitive Senate race in North Carolina, a seat the Democrats desperately need to keep in order to maintain their hold on the U.S. Senate.

CBS has no time for latest Obamacare scandal, hypes Malia’s birthday instead
On Thursday, all three broadcast news networks continued to ignore the latest outrage over ObamaCare and the Veterans Affairs scandal. Instead, CBS This Morning chose to file a 3 minute and 26 seconds report on what Malia Obama’s plans were for her 16th birthday on Friday.

NRA changes stance on guns for abusers
Last week, the Governor of Vermont signed a law allowing police to confiscate guns from anyone under a judicial order for domestic abuse. This means that men and women accused of domestic crimes in Vermont could lose their Second Amendment rights before ever seeing a jury.

Open carry celebration set for July 4th
For the second year, members and supporters of Open Carry Tyler are taking to the streets of downtown for Independence Day to practice their Second Amendment rights.

How Disco Clams Put on Undersea Light Shows
Tiny “disco clams” create rippling light shows on the ocean floor, thanks to reflective mirrors that coat their lips, new research shows. Scientists previously believed the 2-inch (5 centimeters) clams (Ctenoides ales) were bioluminescent. But new high-speed video reveals that the clams’ lips are actually covered with tiny silica spheres that reflect natural light.

Pelty Is a “Magic” Bluetooth Speaker Powered by the Element of Fire
Scientists studying the effects of the psychedelic chemical in magic mushrooms have found the human brain displays a similar pattern of activity during dreams as it does during a mind-expanding drug trip.


Show Notes 06/29/2014

Sunday Show 6/29/14

Obama adviser reasserts U.S. is ‘Islamic country’
An Obama adviser who ruffled feathers last year claiming the U.S. is “an Islamic country with and Islamically compliant constitution” is reportedly at it again. Mohamed Elibiary is a senior fellow of Obama’s Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council.

Casselberry mom refused to take child to hospital over vegan beliefs
Sarah Anne Markham was arrested Tuesday on a charge of child neglect. According to Casselberry police, a pediatrician told Markham that her baby needed to be admitted to Florida Hospital South for treatment because the child was dehydrated and was losing weight.

Battle between Utahs rural counties and BLM intensifies
When Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins sat down in a conference room with the national director of the Bureau of Land Management’s law enforcement operations, he had a series of numbers in his head.

ISIS crucifies nine people in Syrian villages
A man has survived being crucified by Isis in Syria, after the jihadists raided his village and nailed him to a cross for eight hours. The unnamed man from Al-Bab, near the border with Turkey, was crucified as a punishment, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. He managed to survive the ordeal.

225K to see Hilary students say no
Hillary Clinton is in hot water over a $225,000 speaking fee she will reportedly receive for an upcoming appearance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. UNLV students are demanding Clinton to return what they see as an “outrageous” speaking fee for an October event and have criticized the school for paying her so much money at a time when tuition is scheduled to spike by 17 percent over the next four years.

Admitting faith on resume cuts callback chances
Wanted: Hard-working individual with job experience, demonstrated leadership and a minimum of two references — those with faith need not apply. Most of the country might consider itself religious, but according to two recently released studies admitting one’s faith on a resume can cut the chances for a callback by more than 25 percent.

Top Reps square off on Hobby Lobby
A top House Democrat on Sunday suggested that religious business owners who do not provide birth control to their employees because it violates their faith are “discriminating against women.”

Children forced to watch as Pakistani couple who married for love were muredered as an example
A young couple murdered in Pakistan barely a week after they had married for love were killed as a warning to other girls not to marry without the permission of their parents, according to witnesses.

Appeals court orders atheists justify lawsuit against 911 cross
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered American Atheists to justify its claim that placing the Ground Zero Cross at the National 911 Museum in New York City constitutes a “particular and concrete injury” to atheists and “marginalizes them as American citizens.”

Show Notes 05/22/2014

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Thursday Show 5/22/14
Special Guest: Brenda Lenard
Brenda Lenard is running for The United States Senate, representing the State of Tennessee. Her website is brendalenard.com She is a Constitutional conservative with a solid grasp of the issues that concern all Patriots. The Uncooperative Radio Show endorses her.
Luis Gutierrez: Every Institution in America should work around federal immigration law
On Monday, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) suggested that until Congress passes sweeping amnesty legislation, “every institution in America” should find ways to ignore or work around federal immigration laws.
National Monuments
A National Monument in the United States is a protected area that is similar to a National Park except that the President of the United States can declare an area of the United States to be a National Monument without the approval of Congress.