Show Notes 08-07-2018

Tuesday Show 08-07-18

Britain 2018: Record Knife Crime Rates Straining NHS, Depleting Blood Supplies
Trauma surgeons have warned that Britain’s knife crime “epidemic” is putting the National Health Service (NHS) under strain, as figures revealed the number of incidents reached a record high of more than 40,000 last year.
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Moms arrested after 11 children found in ‘filthy’ New Mexico compound with armed Muslim ‘extremists,’ cops say
The three mothers of the 11 malnourished children found living in a filthy New Mexico compound were arrested and charged Sunday along with two men described as armed Muslim “extremists” after authorities raided the property in search of a 4-year-old boy.
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N.Y. targets NRA program in backdoor gun control scheme
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he’s discovered a way to kneecap the NRA by outlawing its gun-liability insurance program and is urging other states to follow his lead, saying they have a chance to exploit the gun-rights group’s admitted dire financial situation.
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Florida Dems Push For Special Session To Repeal ‘Stand Your Ground’
Florida has a long history of being a fairly pro-gun state. Nicknamed the “Gunshine State” by some, they have a long history of passing pro-gun rights laws. At least, they did until this year when Parkland pressured lawmakers to pass a slate of gun control laws in a misguided effort to adhere to the outrage there.
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Show Notes 08-02-2018

Thursday show notes 08-02-18

Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film Makes Incendiary Claims About Democrats’ History
Death of a Nation’ premieres in Los Angeles on Tuesday where several prominent conservatives in Hollywood and in politics are expected to walk the red carpet.
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Vietnam vet killed by police after fighting off naked intruder who attacked his grandson
Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War was fatally shot by police in his home after he shot and killed a naked intruder who was attacking his grandson.
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TRUMP SURPRISES LIMBAUGH TO CELEBRATE 30 YEARS
On the 30th anniversary of the commencement of his national radio program, Rush Limbaugh took a high-priority call Wednesday that caught the veteran broadcaster off guard.
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Paul Kengor: ‘A Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism and Socialism’
Communism wanted to disrupt the social order, particularly when it comes to property, which is the opposite of the goal of conservatism, author and professor Paul Kengor said Wednesday at the Young America’s Foundation’s National Conservative Student Conference in Washington, D.C.
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More than 450 people in Florida ordered to give up guns under new law, report says
Hundreds of gun owners in Florida have been ordered to give up their guns under a new law that took effect after the deadly Parkland shooting in February, according to a report published Monday.
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Sen. Schumer on 3D Guns: Trump Administration ‘Enslaved by the NRA’
Commenting on President Donald Trump’s remarks about the private sector publishing the blueprints for printing 3D guns, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the administration is “enslaved” by the National Rifle Association (NRA), and when the NRA “says jump, they say, how high?
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Shoe Notes 07-25-2018

Wednesday show notes 07-25-18

Montana governor sues IRS, Treasury over rule change on tax-exempt groups
Montana’s Democratic governor and the state’s Revenue Department filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department over a recent policy change allowing some tax-exempt groups to keep the identities of their donors secret from federal tax authorities.
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More and More of What We Do Depends on Government Permission
Do you have permit for that? If you want to keep that permit, you’d better do as you’re told. Increasingly, that’s the theme of modern America. More and more of what we do is dependent on permission from the government.
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Liberal 9th Circuit backs right to carry firearms in public, in latest pro-2nd Amendment ruling
The liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals endorsed the right of individuals to carry firearms in public in a ruling Tuesday, striking down a lower court argument that the Constitution only protects that right at home.
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CNN Claims There’s a School Shooting Every Week in America, are they correct or #fakenews?

From Dan Bongino:

Authored by: Matt Palumbo

“We’re only 20 weeks into 2018, and there have already been 22 school shootings where someone was hurt or killed. That averages out to more than 1 shooting a week” reads an article at CNN.

They provide the following graphic showing everywhere that there’s been a school shooting so far this year:

The “22 school shootings” statistic has been spreading like wildfire through the twittersphere, though it really shouldn’t have had anyone read past the headline on the CNN article. In reading their list of shootings, it’s immediately clear that CNN is employing an extremely loose definition of “school shooting.” While everyone thinks of a shooting rampage when they think of a school shooting, CNN’s definition basically encompasses any discharge of a firearm on school grounds resulting in an injury.  Here are CNN’s 22 school shootings, and the circumstances:

  • January 20: Winston Salem, North Carolina – A Winston State football player is shot to death after a fight breaks out at a party.
  • January 31: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – While an after-school basketball game between rival towns was going on at Lincoln High School, a large fight in athe parking lot led to the fatal shooting of a 32 year old man.
  • February 1: Los Angeles, California – Four students are injured in what police determined to have been an accidental shooting after a 12-year old female student brought a loaded gun on campus (which was improperly stored in a backpack, when it went off). The student was booked on a charge of negligent discharge of a firearm.
  • February 5: Oxon Hill, Maryland – A high school student is shot in the parking lot of Oxon Hill High. The victim was lured to the parking lot by an ex-girlfriend, where two others attempted to rob him.
  • February 9: Nashville, Tennessee – A 17-year old is shot outside Pearl-Cohn High school after dismissal. The victim was not a student at that high school.
  • February 24: Savannah, Georgia – A man was shot on the campus of Savannah State University. Both the shooter and victim were not students at the University.
  • February 27: Itta Bena, Mississippi – A person is shot at a rec center at Mississippi Valley State University after a fight broke out. The person shot wasn’t a student.
  • February 27: Norfolk, Virginia – A student is non-fatally shot in his Norfolk State University dorm room from an adjacent dorm room.
  • March 2: Mount Pleasant, Michigan – A student at Central Michigan University shot his parents to death in his dorm room.
  • March 7: Jackson, Mississippi – A student is shot in the leg in his dorm at Jackson State University in what may have been accidental.
  • March 7: Birmingham, Alabama – One student is killed from a gun accident at Huffman High School.
  • March 8: Mobile, Alabama – One person is hospitalized after a shooting at an apartment building on the campus of the University of South Alabama.
  • March 13: Seaside, California – A teacher accidentally discharged a gun during, of all things, a public safety class. One Seaside High School student was injured.
  • April 9: Gloversville, New York – A student shot another student with a BB gun at Gloversville Middle School.
  • April 12: Raytorn, Missouri – A non-student is shot in the stomach in the parking lot of Raytown South Middle School during a track meet, after school hours.

So sixteen of the events are either accidents, or homicides on school property. It can only be described as an “act of desperation” that a BB-gun shooting was included on this list. These are hardly the “mass public shooting” type of school shootings that we all imagine when we hear that there have “already been 22 school shootings so far this year.”

As for the remaining six cases, there are a few that I still don’t feel completely meet the true definition of what a school shooting is. They are:

  • January 22: Italy, Texas – A 15 year old student was shot by a 16-year old female student in what appeared to be an attempted targeted killing. The 16-year old fled after shooting the 15-year old student, and was later apprehended.
  • April 20: Ocala, Florida – A 19-year-old former student fired one shot through a door (injuring a student) at Forest High School, then put his shotgun on the ground and hands in the air. A teacher engaged the former student (whom she knew) in conversation, and he surrendered his weapon and ammunition to her. They conversed until police arrived. The shooter said in an interview that he did it because he wanted to go to jail and to get away from his abusive family, and never intended on hurting anyone.
  • May 11: Palmdale, California – A 14-year old boy at Highland High shot another student in the arm after repeated altercations between the two.

In the first and third cases, it would be more appropriate to define these shootings as targeted attempted killings at a school, but not school shootings. There’s no evidence that either perpetrator had other targets.

There were also two school shootings stopped by armed resource officers, they are:

  • March 20: Lexington Park, Maryland – A student at Great Mills High School shoots two (killing one), before being killed by a school resource officer.
  • May 16: Dixon, Illinois – A 19-year-old former student of Dixon High School opened fire, before an armed school resource officer confronted and shot the shooter. There were no injuries except for the shooter. Interestingly though, this case was not included on CNN’s list of school shootings.

There are three shootings left, that can accurately be defined as school shootings:

  • January 23: Benton, Kentucky – A 15-year old student shoots 16 people, killing 2 at Marshall County High School.
  • February 14: Parkland, Florida – A 19-year old former student kills 17 students at Majority Stoneman Douglas High School.
  • May 18: Sante Fe, Texas. A student at Santa Fe High School kills 10.

So, there were five school shootings, two of which (or 40%) were stopped by armed SROs. It’s little coincidence that the two schools that had armed SROs suffered one casualty from their two school shootings, while those three without security (or breathtakingly incompetent security) averaged 10.

Five is far too many, and the purpose of article is hardly to claim that five school shootings is in any way acceptable. The purpose is to point out that one side of the debate can’t go a minute without lying. Why do you think that is? Is it something that someone with the facts on their side would do?

Uncooperative Radio 04-13-18

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Show Notes 04-07-2018

Saturday notes 04-07-18

Trump’s 2nd-year achievements for March
Military: President Trump issued an order banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances,” refocusing the military’s mission to emphasize “readiness and unit cohesion.”
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Passover
The seventh and eighth days of Passover are celebrated as Yom Tov, holidays, capping the week long celebration that begins with the first Seder. In Israel, only the seventh day is celebrated.
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Belgian Islamic Party Announces ‘100 Per Cent Islamic State’ as End Goal
The Belgian Islamic party Partij Islam is set to run candidates in 28 municipalities in the upcoming Belgian municipal elections, and have declared their intention to create an Islamic State in which women and men have to ride in separate buses.
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Megachurch pays off medical bills for 4,229 families
A Texas Megachurch has blessed more than 4,000 families within a 20-mile radius of each of its five campuses this Easter by paying off their medical debt totaling more than $10.5 million.
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Reports of ‘zombie-like’ raccoons puzzle police in Ohio
Youngstown police were busy this weekend fighting crime — and raccoons. Several scared homeowners called, saying the animals were in their yards, acting strangely. Police said it didn’t seem like rabies was the cause.
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Colonel, Stripped of Command for Refusing to ‘Appreciate’ Retiree’s Gay Spouse, Wins Appeal
Decorated Air Force combat pilot Col. Leland Bohannon, who was stripped of his command and denied promotion opportunity for refusing to sign a certificate of appreciation for a retiree’s gay spouse, has won an appeal affirming religious liberty.
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Virginia teen plans march for our guns rally
15-year-old Aidan Jackson said he was inspired to hold the rally after seeing recent rallies held around the country in support of tighter gun control. “When I saw the ‘March for Our Lives,’ I saw a lot of people for gun control. Not every youth believes that. Gun control is not the answer,” he said.
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NFL Player Credited with Thwarting a Potential School Shooting
New England Patriots player Julian Edelman is being hailed a hero for thwarting a potential school shooting via Instagram. Someone direct messaged Edelman alerting him to a comment threatening school violence.
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Student Govt prez demoted for backing gun rights
A Texas student alleges that he was demoted from his position as student government president for voicing support for the Second Amendment during a private conversation. Read More

Report: Europe’s Youth Abandoning Christianity
A new report, Europe’s Young Adults and Religion, reveals that European youth (ages 16-29) have abandoned the Christianity of their ancestors in large numbers, and now many young people, in some countries more than 50%, do not identify with any religion at all.
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Chinese government reinterpreting Bible for the masses
The Chinese government removed Bibles from online stores after announcing it is working on re-interpreting and translating the Bible so it conform to “Chinese-style Christianity.”
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Banning The AR-15 Is Unconstitutional

The Framers knew that we would need to change The Constitution that is why there are 2 ways to amend The Constitution. The Second Amendment was about the ownership of military weapons, so we could be proficient with their use when called up to war, for self-defense, for food and for protecting from a tyrannical govt.

In 1785 Thomas Jefferson wrote to his fifteen-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, regarding what he considered the best form of exercise: “…I advise the gun. While this gives a moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise, and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun therefore be the constant companion of your walks.” https://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/firearms

What part of the people’s right to keep and bear arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED don’t you understand? Arm the dang teachers /staff. All the mass murders have only one thing in common GUN FREE ZONES so ban the zones! What is the age for our militia? able bodied MEN 18-45, that means you are expected to be the first line of defense against invasion at 18 that means we want them proficient by the age of 18 and the unconstitutional standing army and draft them at 18 y/o. Children should be brought up using firearms, I started at 7 y/o where almost everyone owned firearms and we had none of these mass murders. So guns are obviously not the problem. So, what is thee problem? This secular culture that is what has changed. Bring God back to our lives and learn right from wrong