Show Notes 06-11-2017

Sunday show 6-11-17

Flag Day: U.S. Flag Etiquette
Here are some facts about how to handle, and display the U.S. Flag. I concentrated on the areas that I have seen abused in the past, taken from 4USC6.
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Jeff Sessions to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday
After former FBI director James Comey made headlines with his testimony this week, the spotlight is now on Jeff Sessions. The attorney general said Saturday he will accept an invitation to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
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Judicial Watch Cites New Evidence Clinton Knowingly Used Unsecured Device After Being Warned
The legal watchdog group Judicial Watch on Thursday submitted new evidence to a U.S. District Court showing that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used an unsecured Blackberry phone after being warned of the risk of doing so by “security hawks.”
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‘Wonder Woman’ buries ‘The Mummy’ at box office
Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman” wrapped up Cruise’s “The Mummy” at the weekend box office, pulling in an estimated $57.2 million in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday.
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Uber Executive Emil Michael Leaves Company
Uber Technologies Inc. executive Emil Michael, one of Chief Executive Travis Kalanick’s closest confidants, is planning to resign as soon as Monday amid a continuing investigation into the company’s workplace culture, according to people familiar with matter.
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Pressure Grows on Military as Venezuela’s Governing Crisis Worsens
Analysts point to increased pressure on Venezuela’s military and a growing rift between President Nicolas Maduro and his chief prosecutor as new challenges confronting the president as he tries to centralize his power amid worsening street protests and violence.
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Trump: ‘Dreamers’ should ‘rest easy President Trump said Friday that undocumented immigrants who were brought illegally to the U.S. as children should “rest easy” and not fear deportation under his administration’s efforts to ramp up immigration enforcement.
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Immigration agents make arrests in Memphis – one family’s story
Tomas Maldonado entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico more than 10 years ago. Since then, he’s bought a house and started a family. But his immigration violation has caused him big problems.
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Show Notes 05/11/2014

Sunday Show 5/11/14
Impeach Obama Campaign moves mainstream
Talk of impeaching Barack Obama has been broached by members of Congress, media, community activists, truckers and others from both left and right over the past several years.
Nets Spend 27 Minutes on Climate Change, Just 15 Seconds on Lois Lerner Contempt Vote 
Not even a full vote by the House of Representatives to hold  Lois Lerner in contempt can shake the broadcast networks out of their slumber in covering the IRS scandal. On Wednesday the House voted 231-178 (all Republicans voted yes with six Democrats) to hold Lerner in contempt for refusing to testify about the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups.
Tea party agenda not dead yet
A prominent conservative strategist is taking strong exception to the perception that the tea-party movement is losing ground among voters.
Rare Set of ‘Mono Mono’ Twin Girls Enter World Together In ‘Beautiful’ Way: Holding Hands
A mother gave birth to a pair of rare “mono mono” twins Friday — and they both entered the world together in a beautiful way: holding hands.
The Mexican government, increasingly plagued by illegal immigration from south of its border, is in the process of forming its own border patrol, Breitbart and a San Antonio radio station report. U.S. Rep Henry Cuellar (D-Tex.) is helping the Mexican government in the hope that their border patrol with reduce the flow of OTMs – Other Than Mexicans – into the United States.
Women busted for loud sex on flight
A drunken British woman flying to Las Vegas with her parents was cuffed after loudly joining the mile-high club with a fellow passenger. The frisky flier, in her 20s, was reportedly busted romping in the restroom on the Virgin flight from London’s Gatwick Airport last week.
SJC: “Under God” shall remain in Pledge Of allegiance
The state’s highest court on Friday rejected the proposition that the phrase “under God’’ in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the religious beliefs and equal rights of an atheist family with children in the Acton-Boxborough Regional School District.

Show Notes 08/11/2013

Show: Sunday 8/11/13

Pope Francis greets Muslims and urges both Christians and Muslims to promote mutual respect.

Before reciting the Angelus prayer the Pope recalled today’s feast of St. Clare of Assisi who left everything to consecrate herself to Christ in poverty, following in the footsteps of St. Francis.

Mexicans coached on credible fear to get into US
Obama amnesty has spread like wildfire in Mexico, igniting a crisis in a border crossing overwhelmed by illegal immigrants who’ve been taught that using “key words and phrases” will allow them to enter and remain in the U.S.
“No Muslim’s” parking signs come down outside mall
New parking signs posted outside a Houston-area mosque sparked outrage on Thursday. The posters lined the street near the El Farouq Mosque. In black letters, the signs read, “No Muslim parking in the Westview Shopping Center. Your car will be towed.”Many Muslims heading to worship services were offended.
Americans agree: Marijuana shouldn’t be criminalized
Despite decades of propaganda from marijuana prohibitionists, a majority of the American public has indeed said “enough” to the policies of cannabis criminalization. And no amount of fear-mongering is going to change this fact.
Kerry: ‘Climate Change’ Challenges Us as ‘Safe Guarders of God’s Creation’ 
Reiterating a theme he presented two weeks ago at an Iftar dinner celebrating the end of Ramadan, Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday described “global climate change” as “a challenge to our responsibilities as the guardians–safe guarders of God’s creation.”
Before Gun Advocates Visit, Newtown Starbucks Store Closes
The Starbucks store here closed early Friday, taping a notice to its front door that indicated that it didn’t want to take part in a national observance by gun advocates.
USDA Sets Goal to Serve 166 Million Gov’t Subsidized Meals to Kids This Summer
With a record 101 million Americans receiving food aid from the federal government, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants more kids to be on the dole for food during the summer months.

Show notes 04/07/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 04/07/2013
Family owned Chicago Cubs plan to renovate their own stadium
Fans of the lovable losers have something to look forward to, after all.The city of Chicago and the Ricketts family that owns the Chicago Cubs are close to agreement on a $500 million overhaul of Wrigley Field, two people with knowledge of the negotiations said Friday.

First key fight in Immigration battle is: what to name it
One of the first political issues negotiators must tackle in crafting an immigration reform bill is among the most important: what to name it.
Cair claims victory over AP stylebook’s restrictions on word “Islamist”
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) praised the Associated Press (AP) for revising its stylebook to forbid the use of the word “Islamist,” if it is used to describe Islamic militants or extremists.
Colorado Undersheriff warns State police Homeland Security to target Christians
According to a letter written by Ron Trowbridge, undersheriff with the Prowers County, Colo., Sheriff’s Office, Christians who believe the Bible is the literal word of God and others who do not agree with the changes taking place in America could find themselves under scrutiny by law enforcement authorities and Homeland Security, Steven H. Ahle wrote at Red Statements Friday.

Cancer Clinics are turning away thousands of Medicare patients
Cancer clinics across the country have begun turning away thousands of Medicare patients, blaming the sequester budget cuts. Oncologists say the reduced funding, which took effect for Medicare on April 1, makes it impossible to administer expensive chemotherapy drugs while staying afloat financially.
Walgreen clinics expand care
Walgreen Co. has stretched the reach of its drugstore clinics beyond treating ankle sprains and sinus infections to handling chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure.

The United States in World War I
On June 28, 1914, a Serbian nationalist assassinated the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary. Austria demanded indemnities from Serbia for the assassination. The Serbian government denied any involvement with the murder.. Austria’s ally, Germany, declared war on Russia on August 1 and on France (which was allied with Russia) two days later.

Bryan Hoddle helps wounded Vets run and dream again
Strangely, this is where the inspiring transformation often begins – on a track. It’s here, with Bryan Hoddle coaching and shouting encouragement as a group of wounded soldiers begins to run, that something extraordinary occurs.

Illegal Immigrant Crime Rampant in Georgia

Doing the jobs Americans don’t want to do…

Cross Posted from Georgia Crime Watch

Five arrested in gambling sting

Immigration officials believe that four of the five arrested are in the country illegally, and agents placed holds on them.
Misael Perez-Espinoza, 45, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; Rito Amaro, 73, of Dallas, Tx., is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass; Jose Alfredo-Delgado, 32, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; Jose Pedro Alberto, 41, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; and, Maurilo Dionisio Cruz, Louisville, Tx., is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities.

Report: Spanish services essential to helping Latinos find better jobs

…if they are here illegally, in hurts their chances to take the right steps toward legalization…JoAnn McLean of Goodwill North Georgia says that is what the agency is doing. She says nearly half of the job seekers it helps in one metropolitan Atlanta area, Gwinnett County, are Hispanic.

Round-up nets 15 illegal immigrants

Agents said Jonathan Aguilar-Orozco was once a leader of a Los Angeles Street gang. He had been convicted last year on an aggravated assault charged in Forsyth County. Aguilar-Orozco has been deported twice before to Mexico and will now be charged for returning to the U.S.

Biggest coke seizure in Forsyth Co. history

Deputy Tanner charged 45-year-old Justo Alberto Lazano-Schadtler of Mission San Carlos, Mexico with failure to maintain a lane, but he is in jail without bond for trafficking in cocaine.

Police release composite drawing of armed robbery suspect

…two Hispanic males entered the business, one armed with a gun and one with a knife.

Bomb scare tests safety measures

…Early in the year, several students reported to administrators that they had noticed three strangers in the cafeteria table without the badges…A subsequent search of their car turned up two knives and a pair of baseball bats, one inscribed with the gang’s logo…

75,000 voter registration cards found in trash bin in Atlanta

Lovers’ triangle shooting leads to jail time for teen

…Willis) recognized that he was being followed and he stopped and got out of his car with a baseball bat, where upon, (Delarosa) exited his car and shot the victim twice.

Report: Ga. Latinos have worse health care than nationally

Latinos have a harder time getting health care in Georgia than in other states, a report by the National Council of La Raza says.

Police arrest 4 at school


Fair Tax would give us back lost freedoms

Illegal immigrants lose. No longer will they get a free pass when it comes to funding the federal government.

Fair tax pushed in Gainesville demonstration

She agreed the 23% rate can be intimidating but work out when you consider you would be keeping 100% of your paycheck. Usrey added, under the Fair Tax, everybody is taxed at the same rate.

Residents tout merits of FairTax plan

“Everyone has been honking, supportive, excited,” said Stephanie Usrey, FairTax coordinator for Hall County and organizer of the rally.


People’s Patriot: A Matter of Deep Conviction

Liberally Conservative: Banning Credit Cards to Illegal Immigrants

Violence Worker: Banning the Term: Illegal Alien

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