Show Notes 02-03-2018

Saturday Show 02-3-18 

Nunes memo aims at Russia probe, backfires on Trump and GOP
When the House Intelligence Committee finally did its dramatic reveal of the so-called Nunes memo, several things were immediately clear — and all were bad for committee chairman Devin Nunes and President Trump , the man his efforts were ultimately intended to benefit.
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K is for ‘Kink’: Some gay-rights activists push to add letter to expanding LGBTQ acronym
Some members of the gay-rights community are adding the letter ‘K,’ for “kink,” to the ever-expanding acronym of identities.
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Not every high-paying job requires a four-year college degree
That’s an idea that many companies have been slow to embrace but it’s one that has gained acceptance since IBM (NYSE: IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty wrote an open letter on the subject in November 2016.
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Fed orders Wells Fargo to halt ‘growth’ over compliance issues
The Federal Reserve Board said in a statement that it “would restrict the growth of the firm until it sufficiently improves its governance and controls. Concurrently with the Board’s action, Wells Fargo will replace three current board members by April and a fourth board member by the end of the year.”
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Moscow to US: If You Don’t Like Being Buzzed by Our Fighters, Stay Away From ‘Russia’s Borders’
Russia’s foreign ministry accused the United States Thursday of deliberately stirring up “Russophobic” sentiment by making a “fuss” about a U.S. Navy surveillance plane being buzzed over the Black Sea, while the defense ministry advised U.S. military aircraft to steer clear of Russia’s purported borders.
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MAXINE WATERS: Russia is out to get me!
Maxine Waters now sees a Russian behind every mailbox and lamp post. During an anti-Trump tirade at an urban housing event, the California congresswoman went on a stem winder about Russia and the Kremlin’s alleged love for the American president.
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Trump grants 6,900 Syrians temporary permission to stay
The Trump administration has extended temporary protection for nearly 7,000 Syrians in living in the US as war continues to ravage their country. They were shielded from deportation under a humanitarian programme, Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
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CAIR Slams Trump’s Move to Keep Gitmo Open; ‘Exclusively Muslim-Populated Military Prison’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Hamas Cries Foul After US Designates Its Leader as ‘Global Terrorist’
The Trump administration has designated the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, as a “specially designated global terrorist” (SDGT), targeting the head of a violent Palestinian group that has been trying to clean up its image.
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Will the Next Cold War Be Powered by Artificial Intelligence?
It is easy to confuse the current geopolitical situation with that of the 1980s. The United States and Russia each accuse the other of interfering in domestic affairs. Russia has annexed territory over U.S. objections, raising concerns about military conflict.
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New ‘Hologram’ Device Levitates Particles to Create 3D Objects in Thin Air
In the real world, though, looking at a hologram isn’t so much like looking at a physical object. Lasers need to be used to project the image onto some medium, like a sheet of plastic and glass, which bends and reflects the light so the image appears three dimensional to a viewer.
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The Race to the Dan – January 18th to February 15th, 1781
Immediately after the embarrassing defeat at Cowpens (SC) on January 17th, British Lt. General Charles, Lord Cornwallis decided that he wanted his captured men back, and he wanted to teach the upstart Patriots a lesson about “messing with the British Army.”
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Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 04/07/2013
Family owned Chicago Cubs plan to renovate their own stadium
Fans of the lovable losers have something to look forward to, after all.The city of Chicago and the Ricketts family that owns the Chicago Cubs are close to agreement on a $500 million overhaul of Wrigley Field, two people with knowledge of the negotiations said Friday.

First key fight in Immigration battle is: what to name it
One of the first political issues negotiators must tackle in crafting an immigration reform bill is among the most important: what to name it.
Cair claims victory over AP stylebook’s restrictions on word “Islamist”
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) praised the Associated Press (AP) for revising its stylebook to forbid the use of the word “Islamist,” if it is used to describe Islamic militants or extremists.
Colorado Undersheriff warns State police Homeland Security to target Christians
According to a letter written by Ron Trowbridge, undersheriff with the Prowers County, Colo., Sheriff’s Office, Christians who believe the Bible is the literal word of God and others who do not agree with the changes taking place in America could find themselves under scrutiny by law enforcement authorities and Homeland Security, Steven H. Ahle wrote at Red Statements Friday.

Cancer Clinics are turning away thousands of Medicare patients
Cancer clinics across the country have begun turning away thousands of Medicare patients, blaming the sequester budget cuts. Oncologists say the reduced funding, which took effect for Medicare on April 1, makes it impossible to administer expensive chemotherapy drugs while staying afloat financially.
Walgreen clinics expand care
Walgreen Co. has stretched the reach of its drugstore clinics beyond treating ankle sprains and sinus infections to handling chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure.

The United States in World War I
On June 28, 1914, a Serbian nationalist assassinated the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary. Austria demanded indemnities from Serbia for the assassination. The Serbian government denied any involvement with the murder.. Austria’s ally, Germany, declared war on Russia on August 1 and on France (which was allied with Russia) two days later.

Bryan Hoddle helps wounded Vets run and dream again
Strangely, this is where the inspiring transformation often begins – on a track. It’s here, with Bryan Hoddle coaching and shouting encouragement as a group of wounded soldiers begins to run, that something extraordinary occurs.

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Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 11/11/12
Veterans Day
Veterans Day is an official United States holiday honoring armed service veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11th.

Elderly Veterans create jobs in North Carolina one t-shirt at a time
A group of veterans in North Carolina who refuse to “take up space until they die” are proving once again they’re part of the Greatest Generation by saving local jobs one T-shirt at a time.

CEO of Papa John’s says employees hours will likely be cut due to Obamacare
The CEO of popular pizza chain Papa John’s says his employees may face reduced hours and he expects his business costs to rise because President Obama’s re-election most likely insures the president’s health care reform law will be implemented in full.

Israeli Energy Cos Announce New Gas Discovery
A group of Israeli energy companies said Sunday that geological testing has revealed a large reserve of natural gas in another prospective offshore field.

CAIR Poll: More Than 85% of American Muslims Picked Obama
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) released the results of an informal exit poll on Friday that shows more than 85 percent of American Muslim voters picked President Barack Obama in Tuesday’s election.
Massive voter fraud and I am angry
Barack Obama netted FEWER Democrat votes in 2012 than were cast in 2008 by 3% points.
Mitt Romney earned MORE Republican votes in 2012 than were cast in 2008 by 3% points.

Horses tied to Mexican drug cartel auctioned in US
More than 300 horses that the U.S. government says were purchased as part of a Mexican drug cartel’s money-laundering operation were put up for auction last Thursday in Oklahoma City.

Graham-Schumer offer immigration plans as reform becomes hot post race issue
A top Democratic and a Republican lawmaker on Sunday each presented a similar plan for comprehensive immigration reform that would offer a path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States — but not until the country secures its borders.

Alaska ice tested as possible new energy source
A half mile below the ground at Prudhoe Bay, above the vast oil field that helped trigger construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline, a drill rig has tapped what might one day be the next big energy source.
Reid Links Storms Affecting U.S. With Climate Change 
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said climate change is “an extremely important issue,” and linked it with recent storms such as Hurricane Sandy, which hit the East Coast early last week, causing billions of dollars in damage and more than 100 deaths.

CAIR OK’d to meet in Capitol

From The Washington Times:

A House Democrat has arranged for a conference room in the Capitol building to be used tomorrow by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim advocacy group criticized for its persistent refusal to disavow terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah.
The District-based group also is singled out by other Democratic lawmakers and some law-enforcement officials because of financial ties to terrorists.
Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr., New Jersey Democrat, reserved the basement conference room for CAIR’s panel discussion Tuesday titled “Global Attitudes on Islam-West Relations: U.S. Policy Implications.”
“We just see it as a simple room request,” Pascrell spokesman Caley Gray said. “We did receive a room request and evaluated it and approved it.”
He said the forum “opens up an important dialogue about global public opinion concerning the United States.”
Still, the event’s sponsor raised eyebrows on Capitol Hill, even if all sorts of groups routinely hold receptions and meetings in the Capitol.
“It does happen all the time but usually it is the United Way or some constituent group or Mothers Against Drunk Driving, not a group with supposed ties to terrorism — in the Capitol no less,” a Hill staffer said.

Yup, let us listen to a Radical group mis-representing Islam to all the people who have not read the Qur’an. Why does anyone let these people speak?

Islam is not a tolerant religion. It is not a religion of peace and I am sick of this group mis-representing Islam and the prophet mohammad to the American people. Not to mention their ties to funding terrorism.

They get upset when their prophet is insulted? The man was a murderer, pedophile, rapist and all around monster. How do you insult someone like that exactly?