Uncooperative Radio 07-10-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with a Founding Fathers’ quote. Brian will explain the difference between judicial philosophies and his opinion on the latest pick for the Supreme Court and why it should not matter. Followed by, 10 things you should know about the Humane Society, who owns the weather and what’s up with our schools meets the Loony Tuney global warming report.

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Uncooperative Radio 06-28-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET
We will start the show with Economist quote. The Progressives have always been violent, we will prove it. Then, the Looney Tooney global warming report and what the hell is going on, on the Farm! The Fuzzy Muzzy Report meets President Trump and the Nation of Israel and the war on Christians. Followed, by North Korea cannot be trusted.

Uncooperative Radio 06-11-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET
We start the show with a Prayer. Then, The LGBTQ REST Report, The Loony Tuney Global warming report, The Political Smack down, the Second Amendment report and This day in history

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Uncooperative Radio 04-06-18

Uncooperative Radio LIVE at 9pm ET!

We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Brian will rant about the border wall and The National Guard. Then, The Loony Tunny Global Warming Report meets regulations suck! Fighting the Deep State and Trump is not the first president to deploy the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border we will explore. Followed by This Day in History.

 

Show Notes 03-16-18

Friday  Show Notes 03-16-18

Broward Deputy Scot Peterson seen standing outside during Florida school shooting in new video
Broward Deputy Scot Peterson stands safely behind a concrete wall taking no action as high school students lay dead and wounded just feet away, newly released video of the Florida school shooting shows.
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Teen on FBI radar stabs 3 because of his Muslim faith
A teenage Muslim spending the night with friends stabbed three people, killing one, “because of his Muslim faith,” according to police in Florida. The suspect read the Quran “to give him courage to carry out his intentions,” according to an affidavit.
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Honduran Living in Miami Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Support ISIS–by Bombing Shopping Mall
A Honduran national living in Miami—Vicente Adolfo Solano–has pleaded guilty to “attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS)” after the Federal Bureau of Investigation surveilled him as he tried to carry out what he thought was a plot to bomb a Florida shopping mall.
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College Warns Saying “God Bless You” is Islamophobic
If you happen to be in the library at Simmons College in Boston – and somebody sneezes — whatever you do — don’t say “God bless you.”
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Penn Law disputes conservative professor’s comments on black students
A conservative tenured law professor at the University of Pennsylvania has been removed from teaching required first-year law courses for comments she made about black students in her classes.
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High School Students Tear Down American Flag, Brawl While Protesting for School Safety
High school students supposedly protesting for gun control to ensure school safety resorted to violence and vandalism at an Antioch, Tennessee high school Wednesday.
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Princeton only Ivy to refuse free pass for gun control protesters
Princeton University is the only Ivy League school that is not giving a free pass to prospective students for high school disciplinary sanctions related to their advocacy of gun control.
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Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Says Opponents of Climate Change Regulations Guilty of Grave Sins
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) said in a speech on the Senate floor on Tuesday that those who stand in the way of regulations meant to control “climate change” are guilty of three grave “sins.”
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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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12-09-2017

Saturday Show 12-9-17

L.A. Approves Plan to Help Cannabis Convicts Open Pot Shops
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously passed a plan to help people convicted of marijuana crimes open, fund, and staff rent-free pot shops – and expunge their convictions.
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Bernie Sanders’ wife’s land deal still under FBI probe; witness recently questioned
A federal investigation launched in 2016 into possible bank fraud by Jane Sanders, wife of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, is still underway — with “a potential” grand jury review possible.
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Texas father shoots, kills Popeye’s robbery suspect who threatened family, police say
A father eating at a Popeye’s restaurant — and carrying his licensed handgun — shot a would-be robber dead Wednesday after the thief threatened the man’s family at gunpoint and demanded the dad’s belongings.
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Touring Mississippi civil rights museum, Trump honors those ‘who sacrificed so much’
President Trump attended the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on Saturday, telling visitors the venue honors “the brave men and women who sacrificed so much” for freedom.
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Judge: Feds can discriminate against churches
Gray Miller, a federal judge in Texas, has ruled that the federal government can discriminate against churches whose congregations opened their facilities to government-aid programs that assisted Hurricane Harvey victims.
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Polar bears all over the place now, Native Alaskans say
To climate change fanatics, polar bears are the eye candy for the worldwide call for action on global warming.  There have been news reports about the sad shape they are in, with their coats going brown, their food supplies drying up, and their ice floes melting.  Conclusion: The bears are set to starve.
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Pentagon Announces First-Ever Audit Of The Department Of Defense
“The Defense Department is starting the first agency-wide financial audit in its history,” the Pentagon’s news service says, announcing that it’s undertaking an immense task that has been sought, promised and delayed for years.
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Pearl Harbor Vet, 98, Shows Trump How It Was Done
Ninety-eight-year-old Pearl Harbor vet Mickey Ganitch got down into his three-point stance at the White House on Thursday to show how he was going to take it to the battleship Arizona team if war hadn’t interrupted football on Dec. 7, 1941.
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Senators Attach VA Caregiver Expansion to ‘Choice’ Reform Plan
Military Update: The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has embraced a plan from Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to expand eligibility for Post-9/11 caregiver benefits to older generations of veterans and caregivers, attaching her bill to a legislative package whose centerpiece – reform of the Choice program – is seen as critical for Congress to pass, if not this month then by early next year.
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