Show Notes 06-06-2018

Wednesday show notes 06-06-18

D- Day
June 1944 was a major turning point of World War II, particularly in Europe. Although the initiative had been seized from the Germans some months before, so far the western Allies had been unable to mass sufficient men and material to risk an attack in northern Europe.
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The Bedford Boys Ultimate Sacrifice on D-Day
The following is Chapter 11, “Dog Beach”, from the book “The Bedford Boys: One American Town’s Ultimate D-Day Sacrifice” by Alex Kershaw (Da Capo Press, 2004).
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Overview of Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
The first theme in The Wealth of Nations is that regulations on commerce are ill-founded and counter-productive. The prevailing view was that gold and silver was wealth, and that countries should boost exports and resist imports in order to maximize this metal wealth.
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Limbaugh: story of the decade being suppressed
The figure was just one on a list of good-news reports Friday about the American job outlook, and talk-radio star Rush Limbaugh jumped on the naysayers, including Obama, for not having the faith and hope that America needs.
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Border arrests remain near peak of Trump era
U.S. border agents made more than 50,000 arrests in May for the third month in a row, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday, an indication that escalating enforcement tactics by the Trump administration – including separating migrant parents from their children – has not had an immediate deterrent effect.
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Uncooperative Radio 06-06-18 RECORDING

Uncooperative Radio 06-06-18 RECORDING is now available for your listening pleasure!
We will start the show with a liberty quote. Brian and I will rant about the TV show: Supernatural. Today is the anniversary of D-Day we will review. Brian will read an overview of Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith. Then, President Trump’s accomplishments, the Illegal Alien Invasion report and this day in history

Show Notes 09-18-2016

Sunday Show 9-18-16

Experts say NYC attack was terrorism
Several experts including a former New York City police commissioner said Sunday the explosion that injured 29 people on a Manhattan street was clearly an act of terrorism, and they were perplexed that Mayor Bill de Blasio called it only “an intentional act.”
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You can now buy a real D-Day tank
If your SUV is no longer tough enough, don’t worry. You can now buy a genuine World War II tank. A collection of 120 vehicles, including tanks, armored cars, motorcycles and warplanes, is going under the hammer in France on Sunday.
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Pope: Welcoming refugees helps to keep us safe from terrorism
Pope Francis has encouraged Europeans to welcome refugees, calling authentic hospitality “our greatest security against hateful acts of terrorism.” Francis Saturday spoke to alumni of Jesuit schools in Europe who were in Rome for a conference on refugees.
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Man, 24, surprises Ohio cop who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago
A 24-year-old man burst into tears Friday when he met for the first time the Ohio police officer who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago.
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Creepy clowns put two south Alabama schools on lockdown
Several cryptic posts from the Facebook page of a group known as the ‘Flomo Klowns’ put two Southern Alabama schools on lock down for a while Thursday morning.
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School rule mandates boys bedding down with girls on overnight trips
While the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a challenge to the non-discrimination policy in the commonwealth’s largest school district, the lead counsel in the case warns that the impact of the court’s decisions will go far beyond bathrooms and eventually impact every student – including to the point where boys will be “bedding down” with girls on overnight school trips.
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Patriotic ferment: California teen’s grades docked over Pledge of Allegiance
Leilani Thomas, a native American student in California, has been refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance since she was in second grade. But for the first time for Leilani, now a teenager attending a Lower Lake High School, that stand has cost her academically.
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HUD decrees limited English speakers are protected under fair housing act
HUD Decrees That Limited-English-Speakers Are Protected Under Fair Housing Act
“People with limited English proficiency are not a protected class under the Fair Housing Act,” said the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday. But they are now, by decree.
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Obama Will Set Aside 5,000 Square Miles Off New England–Ban Commercial Fishing
The State Department is hosting a two-day conference on the world’s oceans, beginning today, and it’s expected to produce a raft of announcements and initiatives, including new marine protected areas — one off the coast of New England — as well as a ban on single-use plastic bags.
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API Chief on Obama Halting Dakota Access Pipeline: ‘We No Longer Honor the Rule of Law in the United States’
Jack Gerard, CEO and president of the trade association American Petroleum Institution (API), said on Thursday that President Barack Obama’s decision to override a federal judge’s ruling to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline construction to go forward in South Dakota violates “the rule of law.”
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A shrinking Army aims to keep citizen-soldiers combat ready
Before citizen-soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Georgia National Guard troops spent months training away from their families and day jobs as they prepared for war.
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Show Notes 06-04-2015

Thursday show 06-04-15
After World War II began, Germany invaded and occupied northwestern France beginning in May 1940. The Americans entered the war in December 1941, and by 1942 they and the British (who had been evacuated from the beaches of Dunkirk in May 1940 after being cut off by the Germans in the Battle of France) were considering the possibility of a major Allied invasion across the English Channel.
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Pentagon confirms: West, Gulf States and Turkey created Islamic State
A newly declassified Pentagon report provides startling high-level confirmation that the US-led strategy in Syria contributed directly to the rise of the Islamic State (IS).
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All 8 females in first co-ed class Army Ranger school failed
All eight female soldiers in the first co-ed class of the U.S. Army Ranger School failed to pass the first phase of training, the Darby Phase, according to a May 29 Army press release. In addition, this was the second attempt by all eight women to try to pass the Darby Phase of the training.
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Open our border then collect everyone’s phone records
A pair of decisions handed down by federal appeals courts in the last month highlight two telling pillars of recent U.S. national security strategy. They are: open our border and collect everyone’s phone records.
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As children crossing border overwhelm system, philantropy steps in to help
When the flow of unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America into the United States swelled last year into a torrent that threatened to overwhelm America’s border towns – and U.S. immigration officials – the Obama administration declared a “humanitarian crisis,’ allocating nearly $2 billion to provide immediate aid.
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Show Notes 06/01/2014

Sunday Show 6/1/14
A Prayer written by FDR on D-Day
Almighty God: Our sons, pride of our nation, this day have set upon a mighty endeavor, a struggle to preserve our Republic, our religion, and our civilization, and to set free a suffering humanity.
Lead them straight and true; give strength to their arms, stoutness to their hearts, steadfastness in their faith.
Sonic and Chili’s join restaurants with no guns policy
Two more restaurant chains are adding their names to the list of eateries that have adopted a no-guns policy. Sonic Drive-In and Chili’s Grill & Bar issued statements Friday asking patrons to leave their guns at home. USA Today reported Saturday that the announcements were prompted by recent demonstrations by open-carry activists who brought rifles and shotguns into Sonic, Chili’s and Chipotle Mexican Grill outlets in Texas.
Right to try laws give hope to terminally ill
The right to try experimental, potentially life-saving drugs is coming soon to a state near you, giving fresh hope to terminally ill patients who have run out of treatment options. Louisiana became the nation’s second state to join the budding “right-to-try” revolution yesterday when Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal signed a bill allowing terminally ill patients to access medications that could save their lives, even if they are not approved by the FDA.
Teacher fired for unusual activity
Cassendre Fiering, a 45-year-old substitute instructor at Public School 189 in Bronx, New York, was canned by the Department of Education in December for actually seeking dating advice from her young students. Investigators say the woman, who is also a part-time actress, asked her 9-year-old pupils to help her choose between two men she was dating.
Officials under fire for dumping Illegal Immigrants in US
Scores of illegal immigrants, caught by authorities in Texas trying to sneak into the country via the Rio Grande Valley, are being flown, bused and then abandoned out of state in places like Arizona, New York and Maryland. If the immigrants had been from Mexico, authorities would release them back across the border. But these would-be immigrants come from Central American countries, such as El Salvador and Guatemala, and trying to get them back to their country of origin has been a costly and largely unsuccessful endeavor.
Normandy Landings
The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the landing operations on 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the invasion of German-occupied western Europe, led to the restoration of the French Republic and contributed to an Allied victory in the war.