Show Notes 05-31-2019

Friday Show Notes 05-31-19

Supremes go silent, let school put boys in girls’ showers

Federally Funded Study: Common Core Sunk U.S. Kids’ Test Scores

Public university rejects course on ‘Conservative Political Thought’ for not being inclusive

Three white female executives launch blockbuster $90m suit against New York Education Department claiming they were demoted under its controversial ‘racial equity’ plan

Homeless People In Fremont Found Living In Makeshift Tree Houses

Kim Jong Un executes staff from failed Hanoi summit as US spies

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak Vetoes National Popular Vote Bill

Show Notes 10-22-2018

Monday show notes 10-22-18

Cardinal Viganó New Letter: Pope Francis is ‘Gravely Responsible’ for Church Corruption

Young Catholics urge Vatican to issue inclusive LGBT message

John Boehner to host marijuana investing seminar

City to shelter: Send homeless back onto streets

Show Notes 07-10-2016

Sunday Show 07-10-16

Pesky geese to become food for the homeless
Pesky geese at two parks in Maryland will soon be turned into food for the homeless, after attempts to control their population by non-lethal methods over the years have failed.
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Justice Department Cuts Off Federal Law Enforcement Grants To Sanctuary Cities
In a surprise move on Thursday, the Obama Justice Department adopted new policies that will deny federal law enforcement grants to some “sanctuary cities.”Justice Department Cuts Off Federal Law Enforcement Grants To Sanctuary Cities
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Stock market shakes off  Brexit losses
The U.S. stock market has completely recovered from the shock of June’s Brexit vote. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Friday up 250 points, putting it at a level above where the market stood before the British referendum upended the globe.

Terminally Ill Teen Wants 10,000 Cards for His 14th Birthday: ‘They Make Me Feel Better’
The best medicine for this Arizona teen suffering from terminal illness is 10,000 cards, delivered to him in time for his birthday.
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Obama Pushes More Federal Oversight of Cops After Dallas Attack on Cops
President Barack Obama is harnessing the increasing attacks on police in Dallas — and the periodic shootings of people by stressed cops — to push his agenda to federalize state and local police forces.
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What does Dallas’s ‘bomb robot’ mean for the future of policing?
Police cornered a suspect, now known to be Micah Johnson, in a downtown parking garage around 11 p.m. As negotiators tried to talk him out of the parking deck over a series of hours, news came out that five of the officers had died.
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Kevin Sorbo: ‘Country is Falling Apart…Our Forefathers are Turning Over in Their Graves’
“It’s crazy what is going on in our country.” That’s the opinion of actor Kevin Sorbo, who recently spoke with about culture, Christian films, and his newest project, playing Joseph the father of Jesus in the film “Joseph and Mary.”
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Early presidents knew perils of centralized banks
Economist Milton Friedman stated: “Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it.” Over the objections of Thomas Jefferson, the nation’s first centralized bank was created.
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A motion for summary judgment has been filed in federal court in Massachusetts seeking the end to a lawsuit by a coalition of Ugandan “gays” who contend an American pastor was not protected by the First Amendment when he was speaking in the United States about homosexuality.
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Saying sorry: What’s behind Turkey’s new thaw with Russia
The diplomatic crisis moved fast last November when Turkey shot down a Russian jet fighter, accusing it of violating Turkish airspace during a bombing run in Syria.
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In message to Russia, U.S. will send 1,000 rotating troops to Poland
The United States will send about 1,000 troops to Poland as part of what the alliance says is the biggest deployment of NATO personnel since the end of the Cold War.
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US expels 2 Russians after US diplomat attacked in Moscow
The United States last month expelled two Russian officials in response to an attack on an American diplomat by a Russian policeman in Moscow, the State Department said Friday, in a development that was sure to further strain already tense bilateral relations.
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Show Notes: 09-09-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 9/9/12

A prayer for Government Leaders
God of power and might, wisdom and justice, through you authority is rightly administered, laws are enacted, and judgment is decreed.

Hungry homeless man sentenced to 60 days in jail for choking pelican to death

A homeless man was sentenced today to 60 days in jail for choking a pelican to death because he was hungry

Breitbart film bares roots of ‘Occupy’ movement
The Occupy Wall Street movement’s dark underbelly is on full display in an explosive new documentary set for release later this month.

Thousands of Greeks protest against new round of austerity cuts

Thousands of Greeks marched at an annual fair in Greece’s second-biggest city on Saturday to protest against a new round of wage and pension cuts demanded by international lenders in exchange for aid to stave off bankruptcy.

Interview with Lieutenant Colonel Terry Lakin author of Officers Oath

Democratic Party Platform of 1952
No system of government can survive the challenge of an atomic era unless its administration is committed to the stewardship of a trustee imbued with a democratic faith, a buoyant hope for the future, the charity of brotherhood, and the vision to translate these ideals into the realities of human government. The Government of the United States, administered by the Democratic Party, is today so entrusted.

Voyager 1 beams back images of our planet as it explores the furthest fringes of the solar system

And now, to celebrate the cosmic anniversary, NASA has re-released two historic images taken from the spacecraft Voyager 1 during its explorations of our solar system.