Uncooperative Radio 07-13-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then, What the hell is wrong with Britain and Brexit the Ups and Downs for the week. What is the ERA amendment, The Second Amendment Report,more homeschooling news and they blinded me with science

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Uncooperative Radio 07-09-18 Live!

@10pm ET Topics:
We start the show with a Prayer. Brian will explain the difference between judicial philosophies. Then, its the economy stupid! Followed by, 10 things you should know about the Humane Society, more news against home schooling and Who owns the weather?

Show Notes 10-13-2017

Friday Show Notes 10-13-17

‘Scam’ superintendent trying to interest Homeshoolers in state program
A “scam” by a South Dakota school superintendent offering homeschoolers free laptops in exchange for enrolling in his district for one day has been explained. He was just hoping to interest them in a distance-learning program.
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NFL members in the military
Chicago Bears quarterback Sid Luckman was one of 19 men (out of 28) from his team’s 1943 championship squad to leave for the war the following year.
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Army Schedules Hearing to Consider Bergdahl Guilty Plea
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear before a judge next week to enter an expected guilty plea to charges that he endangered comrades by walking off his remote post in Afghanistan in 2009.
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Columbus: not as bumbling as you might think
Columbus was looking for a sea route to India and China because 40 years earlier Muslim Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453 cutting off the land routes.
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Oxford Univ. Student Union Bans Christian Union From Fair, Calls Christianity ‘Excuse for Homophobia’
An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting up a stall at a college freshers’ fair, with a representative calling Christianity “an excuse for homophobia and neo-colonialism.”
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Millennials Are So Terrified Of Religion They’re Developing One Around Harry Potter
Since time immemorial, people have found certain things profoundly fulfilling. Things like faith and family have helped us to look outside ourselves and to a higher power, making us feel whole.
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SFUSD may cut down on tests for students
In the wake of statewide standardized testing results released last month, a San Francisco education leader is hoping to change local policies to cut down on the slew of tests students are to take throughout the school year.
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A Look at the Birth of the Continental Navy
In October each year, the U.S. Navy celebrates its birthday. It has done so for 234 years, but the birth of the U.S. Navy stems from a very short, frantic, almost panicked 11 days in 1775. The result of that crisis has become the most powerful sea power in the world.
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Show Notes 07-02-2017

Sunday show 7/2/17

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief
In a major shake-up of the Vatican’s administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism’s top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff’s vision of a more inclusive Church.
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Armed 11-year-old boy saves fishing party from charging bear
Quick action from a Hoonah boy saved a fishing party from a charging brown bear on June 18, the Empire has learned through Alaska State Troopers and family members.
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Navy destroyer sails near disputed island claimed by China
The Navy destroyer USS Stethem conducted a “right of innocent passage” exercise Sunday near a tiny but bitterly disputed island occupied by China in the South China Sea.
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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who held various diplomatic posts in the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, told Congress on Wednesday that President Obama, in hindsight, “should have acted more resolutely, quickly” to tell the American people about Russian attempts to interfere with the U.S. election.
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NEW ALERT OVER X-RATED MATERIALS … IN SCHOOL!
A new warning has been issued for the pornographic content, including “group, anal, public, and BDSM sex,” of a popular online resource that many schools make available to their students.
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PERSECUTED CUBAN HOMESCHOOLERS LOOK TO TRUMP POLICY FOR HOPE
Experts at the world’s foremost advocacy organization for homeschooling, the Home School Legal Defense Association, say a homeschooling Cuban father’s hope to remain out of jail may rest with the Trump administration’s recent policy change.
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PARENTS SUE SCHOOLS OVER COLLUSION WITH ‘HAMAS FRONT’
Parents suing San Diego schools over an “anti-Islamophobia” campaign have revised their complaint to focus on the radical Islamic origin of the group that initiated the program.
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The man who made Princeton University great
John Witherspoon was born on February 5, 1722, at the village of Gifford, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The males in his family were all clergymen, and he was trained to become a Presbyterian minister. At the age of four, he could read the Bible. He attended grammar school at the neighboring town of Haddington.
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Show Notes 08-21-2016

Sunday Show 8-21-16

Ben Hur: epic movie for all times
“Ben-Hur,” the 2016 edition, is a modern film telling a very old-fashioned story set in biblical times from an 1880 novel by Civil War Gen. Lew Wallace. It’s such a compelling story that it’s been retold many times by successive generations.
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Woman Sentenced for Exporting US Military Gear to China
A California woman has been sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for illegally exporting U.S. military gear to China including jet fighter engines and a drone aircraft.
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103 year old woman celebrates birthday with a beer
A Mount Pleasant woman who’s about to turn 103 years old celebrated a couple of weeks early with a beer. Mildred Bowers, called Millie by her friends, lived through the Great Depression and outlived two husbands.
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Obama offends Louisiana flood victims
Mr. Obama has come under fire for sticking to his two-week golf vacation on Martha’s Vineyard instead of taking time to survey the flooding in the Baton Rouge area, which has left 13 dead.
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This black family of geniuses show off benefits of homeschooling
A multi-talented family has taken Boca Raton, Florida by storm with their incredible academic achievements. The family of 11 includes two teenage daughters who have graduated college with master’s degrees and a mother who is an architect and attorney.
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Chinese illegal immigrants still in U.S. years after N.Y. asylum fraud ring busted
Four years after busting a massive asylum fraud ring in New York, federal agents still haven’t revoked any of the 3,700 potentially bogus cases handled by the fraudsters, raising questions about just how serious the Obama administration is in rooting out immigration scams.
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Sen. Kaine: Immigration Is ‘Like Transfusion Of Fresh Blood Into The Bloodstream’
“What immigration has done for Virginia is what it’s done for the nation since its very first days,” Kaine said. “It’s been like the transfusion of fresh blood into the bloodstream that has continued to revitalize us and make us stronger.”
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The church that changed American history
300,000 miles on horseback, from the Atlantic to the Appalachians, from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico, for 45 years, he spread the Gospel. This was Francis Asbury, Methodist circuit riding preacher who was born Aug. 20, 1745.
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City of Seattle offering class to help people understand ‘white fragility’
An academic and author is offering courses for white people teaching them how to cope with their ‘white fragility’ – and tickets for the lectures have sold out.
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Princeton begins to remove “man” fro official school material
Princeton has become no man’s land. The famed Ivy League institution rolled out a series of gender-neutral terms aimed at removing the word “man” and other male-leaning language from official school material.
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Show Notes 08-16-16

Tuesday Show 8-16-16

Taxpayers on the Hook as Obamacare Exchanges Near the Edge of Collapse
The health insurance exchanges that are the beating heart of Obamacare are on the edge of collapse, with premiums rising sharply for ever narrower provider networks, non-profit health co-ops shuttering their doors, and even the biggest insurance companies heading for the exits amid mounting losses.
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New medical marijuana policy hinders researchers
Medical research on marijuana probably won’t get any easier, experts say, despite a new government policy aimed at boosting the supply of the drug for medical studies.
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Why more black parents are home schooling their kids
Nikita Bush comes from a family of public school teachers: Her mom, aunts, uncles – nearly all of them have been involved in public education at some level. But her own teaching career ended, she says, “in heartbreak” when she had to make a decision about where her own child would go to school.
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Breaking: Hillary’s VP pick has deep ties to radical Islam
Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, has deep ties to radical Islam. These ties have inexplicably evaded Federal investigation — which many believe stems from Muslim Brotherhood influence inside the Obama Administration.
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Hillary Clinton and Electoral Fraud
I would have voted for Hillary Clinton three months ago. I believed that our elections are just, verifiable, and democratic—but then discovered how easy it is to hack a voting machine without a trace.
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Show Notes

Thursday Show 05-02-16

1 percenters pay 24 percent and top 10 percents pay 533 percent of federal taxes
Ever since President Obama started running for president in 2007, there has been a debate about how much tax rich Americans pay and whether they should pay more.
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Illegal immigration skyrockets in past 2 years
Illegal immigration has exploded 57 percent in less than two years, with at least 550,000 new illegals entering the U.S. in a trend that is set to continue growing, according to new Census data.
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Rep. Henry Cuellar: ‘The Border Is Safer Than Washington, D.C.’
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) told C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” on Thursday that the U.S.-Mexico border is safer than the nation’s capital. “The border is safer than Washington, D.C. The murder rate here might be three to four murders per 100,000. Where you and I work in Washington, D.C., I believe it’s 15.9 murders per 100,000, so it’s a lot safer here than where we work in Washington, D.C.” Cuellar said, speaking from Laredo, Texas.
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No National Honor Society honors for Plano Senior High grads
National Honor Society (NHS) stoles are frequent sight at high school graduation ceremonies around the country, but one Plano Senior High School student is frustrated that he won’t be allowed to wear one when he puts on his cap and gown next month.
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Case against Homeschool criminals dismissed
A judge in Ohio has agreed to dismiss criminal charges against homeschooling parents who forgot to file required paperwork after the local prosecutor asked for the dismissal.
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Homeschool your way out of Common Core
Common Core is the educational standards program that everyone loves to hate – except the people who set policy for America’s public schools. That’s one reason why more parents are opting to homeschool instead.
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This is the strongest retrograde force in the world
One of three presidents to marry in office and the only president to wed on White House grounds, Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom and together they had five children.
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‘YOUR TIRED, YOUR POOR, YOUR MURDERING SCUM …’
Over the last week or so, news outlets have reported on aspects of the Obama administration’s attempts to deposit as many foreign criminal and culturally bankrupt miscreants as possible within the borders of the United States.
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Muslim immigrant attacks Flag waving American family
A family in Lawrenceville, a suburb of Atlanta, said they were attacked by an unknown Muslim woman wearing a full burqa simply because they were flying an American flag for Memorial Day.
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Boykin bounced: Fort Riley cancels Delta Force hero’s prayer breakfast speech
A Kansas military base abruptly canceled an upcoming prayer breakfast that featured retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin after complaints were lodged that Boykin is anti-Muslim and anti-gay.
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