Show Notes 08-20-2018

Monday show notes 08-20-18

Report: Regulations being cut at record pace, savings double
Federal agencies, led by Labor and Health and Human Services, are cutting Obama-era regulations and saving money faster than demanded by President Trump, according to a new report.
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U.S. Workers Get Biggest Pay Increase in Nearly a Decade
U.S. workers received their biggest pay increases in nearly a decade over the 12 months through June, a sign the strong labor market is boosting wages as employers compete for scarcer workers.
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Let there be light bulbs! Trump looks to flip switch on Obama ban
An Obama administration decision to ban incandescent light bulbs was based on a misunderstanding of the law, according to the Department of Energy, meaning those faithful products that had been in use for a century may be returning.
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Investors financially ruined by Cryptocurrencies
Pete Roberts of Nottingham, England, was one of the many risk-takers who threw their savings into cryptocurrencies when prices were going through the roof last winter.
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Uncooperative Radio 08-08-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with a liberty quote. Then, the Internet wars continue, regulations suck meets Planned Parenthood, the News behind the News, medical madness and China is not our friend.

Show notes 04-12-2018

Thursday Show Notes 04-12-18

Feds tell dairy farmer his genuine milk is imitation
‘The federal government has told a Maryland dairy farmer he will be fined and could be closed down if he doesn’t agree to its redefinition of his very real skim milk as “imitation skim milk.” And he’s not happy about it.
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Adult MS-13 Member Caught Claiming to Be Unaccompanied Minor at Border
Border Patrol agents in the Yuma Sector found an adult MS-13 member hiding in a group of 61 illegal immigrants found in the desert. The gang member initially claimed to be an unaccompanied minor.
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3 More California Cities Vote to Opt Out of State’s Sanctuary Law
The Newport Beach city council voted unanimously earlier this week to challenge California’s sanctuary law, joining a dozen other cities that are not interested in complying with the sanctuary policies.
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‘Pro -life walkout: students at 350 schools leave classes
High-school and college students at an estimated 350 schools across the U.S. are walking out of their classes to support life and protest Planned Parenthood on Wednesday.
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‘Dismantle whiteness’ mural installed at USC
An artistic mural has been installed at the University of Southern California that declares “dismantle whiteness” in big, black and white capital letters, one part of a larger display designed to spark conversations regarding “racism, sexism and xenophobia,” according to its creators.
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College gal packing heat in pants triggers explosive reaction
A young Trump supporter who is set to graduate from college has triggered rage on Twitter after she posted photos of herself flaunting her pro-Trump views and love of the Second Amendment.
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Show Notes 12-23-2017

Saturday Show 12-23-17

Trump calls on media to stay for prayers: ‘A good solid prayer and they’ll be honest’
Prior to a Cabinet meeting on Thursday, President Donald Trump asked HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson to start the meeting with a prayer and the president also asked reporters to stay for the prayer, saying they “need the prayer more than I do” and that it might help the media to “be honest.”
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Judge dismisses emoluments clause lawsuit against Trump
A federal judge in New York dismissed one of the lawsuits against President Trump’s business dealings, ruling Thursday that a watchdog group didn’t have standing to challenge whether the president’s continued connection to his hotel chain violates the Constitution’s emoluments clause.
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Rabbis Protest Trump’s Re-Nomination of Obama LGBT Agenda Architect Chai Feldblum
A coalition of rabbis is criticizing the Trump administration for re-nominating radical sexual identity activist Chai Feldblum to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
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Chappaquiddick’ Trailer Reveals Unsavory Ted Kennedy
If anybody feared that the upcoming Chappaquiddick movie would be a whitewash of Ted Kennedy, the recently released trailer should disabuse them of that notion. Legal Insurrection describes the movie as the “portrait of a weasel.”
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Alaska’s Pebble Mine moves closer to fruition as permitting process begins
A proposed gold and copper mine that nearly got buried by the Obama administration moved closer to reality when its developers filed new permits with the federal government.
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Trump’s making American mining great again
Lost amid this week’s tumultuous vote on a tax-cut bill, President Trump signed an executive order that may be even more important: guaranteeing America has a reliable supply of the critical materials needed to produce modern-era weapons as well as popular consumer goods.
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Religious Leaders: ‘Gender Ideology Harms Individuals and Societies,’ Rejects ‘Reason
In a Dec. 15 open letter entitled “Created Male and Female,” religious leaders of various denominations in the United States denounced “gender ideology” as a rejection of reason and science, which “harms individuals and socieities,” especially children.
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How to win the war on Christmas: Just surrender
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. To practicing Christians and even some nonbelievers who just like the season’s hope and joy, Christmas is the capstone of the year.
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86-year-old woman with dementia warms up to Santa ─ and makes him cry
An 86-year-old woman deep in the throes of dementia came out to the surface briefly when she encountered her beloved Santa in a photo studio in a New Mexico mall.
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Why Would Christians Go Christmas Caroling Outside an Abortion Clinic?
A young woman sits in the waiting room of American Women’s Medical Center on Chicago’s northwest side, waiting to be called back to the operating room for her procedure. Even now, she’s unsure about the choice she’s made.
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A beautiful example of American defiance in World War II
The Battle of the Bulge was the largest and bloodiest battle fought by the U.S. during World War II. It involved 610,000 Americans, 55,000 British, and 72,000 Free French, fighting along Europe’s Western Front for nearly 40 days. There were 89,000 American casualties and over 100,000 German casualties.
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Show notes 01-21-2016

Thursday show 01-21-16

GOVERNOR URGES FEDS TO MOVE ON OREGON PROTESTERS
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown told federal officials that it is time to advance on ranchers holed up in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge since Jan. 2
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FED EMPLOYEES CAUGHT BRAGGING ABOUT FEDERAL LAND GRABS
Federal employees revel in the fact that they swindle land from private property owners at pennies on the dollar, in astonishing admissions captured in a recently released video.
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Washington governor takes action on guns after Obama move
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order last Wednesday aimed at curbing gun violence by improving data-sharing among government agencies and starting a new public health campaign on suicide prevention.
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GAO: 70% of Firearms Seized in Mexico Came From USA
A new federal report reveals that 70% of the firearms seized by Mexican authorities between 2009 and 2014 originated in the United States. In addition, the report shows that the majority of those U.S.-originated guns were bought in California, Arizona, and Texas, southwest states that border Mexico.
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When all else failed this won the Revolutionary War
The bloody butcher” is what colonists called British Colonel Banastre Tarleton.
He let his dragoons bayonet and hack hundreds of surrendering Americans at Buford’s Massacre during the Battle of Waxhaw, May 29, 1780
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It’s true: College is driving your kids insane
Like the legions entering America from adversarial foreign cultures, many of these “new arrivals” from totalitarian collage campus cultures are also likely to come into serious conflict with a constitutional republic which, as John Adams said, was “fit only for a moral and religious people.”

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Show Notes 02-15-15

Sunday show 02-15-15

Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday is the name given to the first day of the season of Lent, in which the Pastor applies ashes to the foreheads of Christians to signify an inner repentance.
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State-led push to force convention to amend Constitution gains steam, with high-profile Republican support
A state-level campaign to rein in the federal government by calling an unprecedented convention to amend the U.S. Constitution is gaining steam, picking up support from two high-profile Republicans as more states explore the idea.
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‘Arm yourselves’ rabbi: Europe not protecting its Jews
A prominent rabbi and Jewish leader who made headlines last month when he called for the arming of Jewish institutions in Europe is now criticizing European governments for failing to adequately protect their Jewish citizens.
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It’s a bird, it’s a plane … no, it’s a bird! Signs in Oregon capital to warn of angry owl
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow inspired Oregon’s capital to post new warning signs in a park where four runners reported attacks from an angry owl likely defending its nest against perceived threats.
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Obama administration proposes regulations for commercial drone use
President Obama on Sunday announced plans to regulate the use of small, commercial drones — attempting to get ahead of safety, privacy and economic issues as the unmanned aircraft quickly become more a part of everyday American life.
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Plant extract fights brain tumor
Cushing Disease, not to be confused with Cushing’s Syndrome, is caused by a tumour in the pituitary gland in the brain. The tumour secrets increased amounts of the stress hormone adrenocorticotropin (ACTH) followed by cortisol release from the adrenal glands leading to rapid weight gain, elevated blood pressure and muscular weakness.
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This Drink Will Substantially Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Attention, ladies: Science says it’s time to put the kettle on. A new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women who consumed the most flavonoids, a type of antioxidant abundant in tea, were significantly less likely to develop endothelial ovarian cancer—the fifth leading cause of cancer death among women.
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Weight Loss or Not, Exercise Yields Benefits
Mary The Trieu does hourlong workouts at a CrossFit gym three to five days a week. She is also 5-foot-3 and weighs 205 pounds. Ms. Trieu avoids junk food and eats balanced meals, but she’s not on a diet. She works out to keep her weight stable and because she enjoys it.
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Hoyer Opposes Overturning D.C. Law That Forces Christian Organizations to Employ Abortion Advocates
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) stated that “freedom of religion is a constitutional guarantee,” but said he would not vote to overturn a D.C. law forcing Christian organizations to employ people who advocate abortion.
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Show Notes 02-05-15

Thursday show 02-5-15
How Free Markets Enhance Freedom of Choice
Ludwig von Mises was careful to establish the individual actor as the basis for all economic analysis. An individual acts to improve his circumstances. To do so, he chooses among various available means in order to achieve his ends.
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‘Hamas & Sharia Law Have Taken Over UC Davis’: Student Senator
“Hamas & Sharia law have taken over UC Davis,” proclaimed Azka Fayyaz, a member of the University of California, Davis’ student senate, after a vote by the student government calling on the university to divest itself of companies that do business with Israel.
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Health care then guns: Nazis lay plan for destroying freedom
The National Socialist Workers’ Party leader, Adolph Hitler, became chancellor of Germany on Jan. 30, 1933, and began implementing a plan of universal health care, with no regard for conscience.
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1,000 Criminal Aliens Convicted of New Crimes After ICE Released them in FY 2013
When President Obama announced his expanded executive amnesty last November, he said he would prioritize the deportation people who threaten national security and public safety. “Felons, not families — criminals, not children” would be deported, Obama said on Nov. 20.
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New H1B bill will help destroy US tech workforce
New legislation being pushed by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) to hike the H-1B visa cap is drawing criticism and warnings that it will lead to an increase in offshoring of tech jobs.
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EPA’s Wood-Burning Stove Ban Has Chilling Consequences For Many Rural People
It seems that even wood isn’t green or renewable enough anymore. The EPA has recently banned the production and sale of 80 percent of America’s current wood-burning stoves, the oldest heating method known to mankind and mainstay of rural homes and many of our nation’s poorest residents.
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