July Fourth Show

Wednesday show notes 07-04-18

Top patriotic BBQ gear for July 4
TACTICAL BBQ APRON
5.11 Tactical CEO Tom Davin served in the elite Marine Recon. While the company is known for serious gear for tactical professionals, you can also find fun items like their new “MASTER OF THE GRILL APRON.”
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China firm develops ‘laser gun’
A Chinese firm has developed a laser gun designed for police use that can set fire to protesters’ hair or banners from a range of almost one kilometre.
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Wind and Solar Require Massive Subsidies
It is difficult to fully itemize the subsidies provided for wind and solar energy. Many subsidies are hidden in the tax code or are an indirect consequence of the privileged treatment given these sources of electricity.
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An Inconvenient Truth: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Falling Under Trump
In the United States, where President Trump has promised to unshackle the coal industry and to abandon an international climate change treaty, greenhouse-gas emissions fell last year and are expected to continue falling.
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Uncooperative Radio 06-13-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET
We will start the show with a liberty quote. I will opine on the North Korea summit. Then, our new segment: Hollyweird. Followed by technology news, China is not our friend, The Constitution is the Solution, and the men who sacrificed for a country not their own.

Show Notes 05-29-2018

Tuesday Show 05-29-18

Butchers ‘living in fear’ as vegan attacks on the rise, says Countryside Alliance
Attacks on small businesses by vegan activists are on the rise, according to the Countryside Alliance. Death threats, stoked by social media and encouraged by international groups of activists, have caused butchers and farmers to “live in fear.”
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Facebook to Replace ‘Trending News’ with ‘Breaking News’, Limited to 80 Undisclosed Publications
Democrats attacked President Donald Trump over the weekend for a photo of migrant children being detained by immigration enforcement — even though the photo was actually taken in 2014, druing President Barack Obama’s term.
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Deported Illegal Alien Rapist, Kidnapper, Burglar Reenters U.S., Nabbed by Border Agents
Border Patrol agents patrolling the area of San Luis, Arizona arrested a Mexican national with previous felony convictions of first-degree rape, second-degree kidnapping, and first-degree burglary early Thursday evening, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) announced Friday.
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NY Bill Aims to Ban Air Rifle and Archery Teams
A Democratic lawmaker in NY has proposed new legislation that would ban all school Air Rifle and Archery teams. This is the latest battle front in the Left’s never-ending battle against the 2nd Amendment.
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Most Media Did Not Report That Texas School Shooter Was an Atheist
The news media and the pundits are wading through another fog trying to figure out why the latest serial killer went on a rampage. As a sociologist who has written on this subject before, I can attest that serial killers have much in common, and this is especially true of young killers.
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US laundry business cleans, mends American flags for free
With the official start to the summer just around the corner, millions of Americans will be flying their Stars and Stripes high and mightily.
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‘Pro-business’ Wyoming changes cryptocurrency rules to entice entrepreneurs
Will the Cowboy State become the Blockchain State? Wyoming has passed legislation to attract the blockchain and cryptocurrency businesses to a state dominated by mining and tourism.
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China approves five new trademarks for Ivanka Trump’s business just days after Trump’s deal to drop US prohibitions against cellphone manufacturer ZTE
Ivanka Trump’s business has won approval from China for at least five new trademarks. The timing appears to be suspect with it coming just days after Donald Trump announced he was working on a controversial deal to drop U.S. prohibitions against China cellphone manufacturer ZTE.
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Trump to impose 25 percent tariffs on ‘industrially significant technology’ from China
The Trump administration on Tuesday moved forward with a plan to impose 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion of “industrially significant technology” from China ahead of a meeting to discuss a trade deal between the two countries that Trump says will be more fair to America.
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Uncooperative Radio 05-30-18 Recording

Is now available for your listening pleasure!
We start the show with a liberty quote. Then, Hollyweird news, Medical Madness, President Trumps Accomplishments, what are the food police up to now and this day in history

Uncooperative Radio 05-29-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics: #benghazi #economy #immigration #china #christians
We start the show with a Founding Fathers’ Quote. Followed by some crazy vegan news, the Illegal Alien Invasion Report, The Second Amendment Report, it’s the economy stupid and China is not our friend.

Show Notes 03-03-2018

 Saturday notes 03-03-18 

John Kelly: ‘I have absolutely nothing to even consider resigning over’
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly insisted to reporters Friday there’s nothing to make him think about resigning, amid recent questions over his handling of the Rob Porter domestic abuse allegations.
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Florida senators vote not to stop sales of AR-15s
Florida lawmakers on Saturday nixed a proposal that would have placed a moratorium on the sale of AR-15s, the type of firearm used in the deadly school shooting in Parkland on Valentine’s Day.
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Georgia governor signs bill nixing Delta tax break after NRA split
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Friday signed into law a tax bill that fellow Republicans used to punish Atlanta-based Delta in retaliation for the airline’s decision to sever ties with the National Rifle Association.
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Top NASCAR Venue Sticking With NRA Amid Business Outcry
The home of one of NASCAR’s marquee races is standing firm with the National Rifle Association as more than a dozen companies cut ties with the organization in the wake of the Florida school shooting.
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China’s Holdings of U.S. Debt Down 10%
Chinese holdings of U.S. Treasury securities are 10.0 percent below their peak level which was attained in November 2013, according to data published by the U.S. Treasury.
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DOJ takes new look at ex-Navy sailor’s request for presidential pardon
The Department of Justice is taking a new look at a former U.S. Navy sailor’s request for a pardon following his release from jail for taking photos of classified areas inside a nuclear submarine, his attorney said.
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Navy Buys Lasers to ‘Dazzle’ Drones, Take Out Small Boats
The Navy has awarded an initial $150 million contract to Lockheed Martin to develop shipboard lasers that can “dazzle” enemy drone swarms and take out small boats.
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USDA: 35,891 Retailers Engaged in Food Stamp Fraud
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has published a report estimating that 35,891 food retailers around the country engaged in food stamp fraud, illegally “trafficking” more than $1 billion in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits annually over the three-year period from 2012 through 2014.
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A California Judge May Have Just Sunk All Those Climate Lawsuits Against Energy Companies
A California district court ruled Wednesday that two lawsuits to hold energy companies responsible for weather affected by climate change are more appropriate for federal court.
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It’s Time For Parkland’s Sheriff Israel To Go
On the afternoon of Valentine’s Day, a 19-year-old man walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and murdered seventeen people and injured fourteen more.
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U.S. to overtake Russia as world’s biggest oil producer
 Oil: The U.S. will overtake Russia to become the world’s largest oil producer by 2023, according to the International Energy Agency, reflecting Trump administration policies such as approving major oil pipelines, opening up areas to drilling and regulation reform.
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Show Notes 02-17-2018

Saturday Show 02-17-18 

Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday is one of the most popular and important holy days in the liturgical calendar. Ash Wednesday opens Lent, a season of fasting and prayer. Ash Wednesday takes place 46 days before Easter Sunday, and is chiefly observed by Catholics, although many other Christians observe it too.
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Vatican-Produced Pope Francis Documentary Hits Theaters in May
Written and directed by three-time Academy Award nominee Wender, the documentary is a rare co-production with the Vatican itself. It features behind-the-scenes footage and the Pope addresses his audience directly while answering questions about life, death, social justice and immigration, among other topics.
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Iran believes the US spied on it with special lizards
Lizards with the ability to “attract atomic waves” were reportedly used by Western spies to gain intelligence on Iran’s nuclear program, a high-ranking Tehran official has claimed.
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Chinese Catholics Call on Bishops Worldwide: Stop the Vatican Deal With Chinese Gov’t
In an open letter to Catholic bishops throughout the world, a group of Chinese Catholic scholars, lawyers, and activists plead with the bishops to contact the Vatican and urge Pope Francis to not go forward with his plan to try to unite the underground Chinese church with the Communist-run Catholic Patriotic Association (CPA), which is schismatic and rejects some of the basic teachings of Catholicism.
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Trump plans’you’re fired’ for federal workers
President Trump plans to take the huge federal Civil Service off cruise control, ending automatic pay increases that go to 99.7 percent of the workforce, trimming fat benefit packages, and for the “worst,” rolling out his trademark phrase from The Apprentice, “You’re fired!”
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FISA court responds to Republican leaders’ requests for info on Trump aide surveillance
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court sent response letters to Republican leaders who requested certain documents related to investigations into surveillance of a Trump campaign aide, saying the court is analyzing the unusual requests.
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Wisconsin Democrat Runs for Office, Then Gets Arrested and Extradited to New York City
The word Democrat is synonymous with crime. There’s a reason members of the liberal party are referred to as ‘corruptocrats.’ Case in point: Julie Germanotta, a transgender Democrat Congressional candidate who was busted for grand larceny.
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Leaping elk crashes low-flying helicopter
Researchers in a low-flying helicopter were trying to net an elk to fit it with a tracking collar when the large animal leapt at the chopper’s tail rotor, bringing the aircraft crashing to the ground.
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Ants care for wounded comrades by licking their wounds clean
A species of ant has become the first known non-human animal to tend the wounds of its fellows. “Nurse” ants lick the wounds of fallen comrades, and this helps them survive.
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The true source of evil
My son, Christopher, has been in Heaven for almost 10 years, and as I think about the parents and family members of those who were murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, my heart breaks.
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