Show Notes 02/01/2015

Sunday show 2/1/15
State moves to protect kids from LGBTQ agenda
Lawmakers in Oklahoma have proposed a law that would protect the right of people with unwanted same-sex attractions to obtain counseling and therapy.
WND reported California and New Jersey lawmakers and courts barred counselors from talking to minors about changing unwanted same-sex attractions, even if it is requested.
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MEDIA BLACK OUT 200,000 MARCHING AMERICANS
An estimated 200,000 people joined in a March for Life in Washington, D.C., bringing to the streets in front of Congress their plea for protection of the unborn. It was double the number of people that go to even the biggest football games or indoor concerts. Yet the establishment media was virtually absent.
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Nebraska politician who sued God takes on TransCanada and Keystone XL Pipeline
A state senator in Lincoln, Neb., who wasn’t afraid to sue God is doing what he can to stop TransCanada from taking over the last of the land it needs to build the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska.
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Was Taliban Murder of 3 Americans Act of Terror? Psaki: ‘I’m Not Going to Put New Labels On It’
State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki declined on Friday to directly say whether the murder of three U.S. civilians at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday—which the Taliban claimed responsibility for–was an act of terrorism.
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Animal rights groups rallies for couple to keep pet bear
An animal rights group is rallying support for a Lodi couple and their pet bear.
Jeff and Debbie Gillium rescued Archie the black bear from a bad home. He’s now in his late 30s and the Gilliums consider him part of their family. But the Ohio Department of Agriculture said they don’t have the proper permits and have to surrender Archie.
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Insurance to be canceled for “Christ” on car
Christians beware. Having messages about Jesus Christ on your car could cancel your insurance.
That’s what a pastor from Wales is learning as she grapples with her insurance company, which is looking to nix her coverage after finding out she had messages saying “Christ Must Be Saviour” and “Christ For Me” plastered on her minivan.
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ICE: Transgender Illegals Guaranteed ‘Right to Hormone Therapy’ in Detention
An official with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement testified Friday during a discussion on immigration detention facilities, hosted by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, that transgender individuals are guaranteed “a right to hormone therapy.”
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Vaccine critics turn defensive over measles vaccine
Their children have been sent home from school. Their families are barred from birthday parties and neighborhood play dates. Online, people call them negligent and criminal. And as officials in 14 states grapple to contain a spreading measles outbreak that began near here at Disneyland, the parents at the heart of America’s anti-vaccine movement are being blamed for incubating an otherwise preventable public-health crisis.
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Show Notes 09/11/2014

Thursday Show 9/11/14
Democrat Senate candidate doges questions about ties to communist group
The Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in Montana last month dodged questions about her ties to a group that explicitly advocates the abolition of capitalism in the United States. “That sounds like contemporary communism,” said Montana Public Radio reporter Edward O’Brien of the Industrial Workers of the World, a labor group for which Montana legislator Amanda Curtis’ husband is a representative.
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How the world responded to Obama’s Islamic State speech
From Tehran to Berlin, commentators are chewing over President Barack Obama’s speech last night on fighting the self-named Islamic State (IS). And while the prospect of expanded US intervention in the Middle East alarms some, he gets plaudits from others for his combative message.
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James Madison: “President can use force without authorization only to repel sudden attacks”
Editor’s note: Can the president unilaterally initiate the use of military force without a prior authorization from Congress? In his notes from the Constitutional Convention, James Madison stated that the Executive could only do so when it was necessary “to repel sudden attacks.”
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Utah teacher accidently shoots self in leg at school
Officials say a Utah elementary school teacher has been rushed to the hospital after a concealed firearm she was carrying accidently discharged in a school bathroom and shot her in the leg.
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Announcing He’s Leaving CNN, Piers Morgan Has This Warning for the NRA
Piers Morgan, in a series of tweets Tuesday, announced he is officially leaving CNN to seek “pastures new.” In his typical bombastic fashion, however, the former television host did not go quietly, hinting he planned to continue his controversial campaign against guns in America and the NRA. Morgan went on to say CNN President Jeff Zucker had offered him a chance to work for two years on an interview show, but that declined.
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Jurassic squirrels push back clock on emergence of mammals
The fossil remains of squirrel-like mammals with a hefty dose of cute are helping reset the clock for mammalian evolution, according to a new study. Over the past three years, a team of researchers has uncovered six 160-million-year-old fossils that represent three new species who were living in trees at the time of the dinosaurs.
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US Military’s New Laser Gun Zaps Drones
Boeing recently announced that its mobile laser weapon, dubbed the High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator (HEL MD), successfully shot down more than 150 drones, rockets and other mock enemy targets in a third round of tests. The trials prove that the laser weapon is reliable and capable of consistently “acquiring, tracking and engaging a variety of targets in different environments,” according to Boeing.
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Look Ma, No Hands! GM Announces ‘Intelligent’ Driving Tech
Forget what you learned in driver’s ed. The newest must-have feature for cars lets drivers navigate without putting their hands on the steering wheel or even stepping on the gas pedal.
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Show Notes 12/23/2012 Merry Christmas Patriots!!

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 12/23/12
Winter Solstice
The time around December 21 or 22 is a very important day for our planet and its relationship with the sun. December 21 is one of two solstices, days when the rays of the sun directly strike one of the two tropical latitude lines.

Iowa court rules boss can fire employee he considers an ‘irresistible attraction’

A dentist acted legally when he fired an assistant that he found attractive simply because he and his wife viewed the woman as a threat to their marriage, the all-male Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Alabama terror case involving 2 Americans could hinge on relationship with jihadist
The terrorism case against an Alabama man accused of planning to wage violent jihad in Africa may hinge on just how well he knew a man on the FBI’s most-wanted terrorist list.
Texas town allows teachers to carry concealed guns
In this tiny Texas town, children and their parents don’t give much thought to safety at the community’s lone school — mostly because some of the teachers are carrying concealed weapons.
I was anti-gun, until I got stalked
“You need to arm yourself.”
I blinked at the Portland police officer in my living room. This uniformed bear of a man — packing a gun, a nightstick, a radio and who knew what else — was responding to an ongoing stalker problem that had started several months earlier.
Top 10 Worst School Massacres
It is always tragic when a large number of people lose their lives, but it is worse when the deaths are of children. This is a list of ten of the worst massacres at schools.

Show notes 09/30/2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 9/30/12

Blessing for Dwelling in the Sukkah
This blessing should be recited at any time you are fulfilling the mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah
http://www.jewfaq.org/prayer/sukkot.htm#Dwell

All things Terrorist Professor Bill Ayers and Obama’s Federal School Curriculum!!
http://www.aim.org/special-report/terrorist-professor-bill-ayers-and-obamas-federal-school-curriculum/

Katie Couric voted worst reporter in the history of man
At the Media Research Center’s 25th Anniversary Gala in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night, former CBS News anchor Katie Couric was voted “The Worst Reporter in the History of Man.” http://cnsnews.com/news/article/katie-couric-voted-worst-reporter-history-man

MTA changes ad rules 
In response to the New York City subway attacks by Mona Eltahawy, the Egyptian-American activist, the Metropolitan Transit Authority has now determined that it will change its rules to prohibit any ads that it “reasonably foresees would imminently incite or provoke violence or other immediate breach of the peace.”
http://legalinsurrection.com/2012/09/mta-changes-ad-rules-and-rewards-eltahawy-stunt/

Biden misstakes number of fallen heroes in Iraq and Afghanistan 
But Biden understated the number of fallen heroes, according to the Defense Department. As of September 27, 2012, at 10 a.m., the Defense Department reported 6,471 deaths in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/biden-misstates-number-fallen-heroes-iraq-and-afghanistan_653284.html

What is Sukkot? 
Sukkot is an eight-day harvest holiday that arrives during the Hebrew month of Tishrei. It starts four days after Yom Kippur and is followed by Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. Sukkot is also known as the Festival of Booths and the Feast of Tabernacles.
http://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/whatissukkot.htmhttp://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/whatissukkot.htm

Pakistan: 310 killed in militant fight

Well, well, well, it looks like President Musharraf has finally had enough…

From the AP:

MIRAN SHAH, Pakistan – A month of fierce fighting near the Afghan border has killed about 250 militants and 60 Pakistani troops, the army said Friday, hours after the deaths of six soldiers in a suicide attack and roadside bombing.

Pakistan, a key ally of the United States in fighting terrorism, has deployed about 90,000 troops in the border region to try to contain al-Qaida and Taliban militants and their local supporters, who often target security forces.

President Musharraf is in a tight spot, he has a light grip on power in Pakistan, so he cannot outrage his citizens. Yet, he has to do something about these terrorists in the wild region of Pakistan. After all, they have threatened him and tried to assassinate him. We will have to watch this to see how it unfolds, but now he seems to be moving in the right direction.

I know no one wants to hear this, but we will be fighting terrorism long after I am dead, so toughen up and accept this fact.

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