Show Notes 10-31-18

Wednesday show notes 10-31-18

Parents won’t give up in fight against school’s Islam promotion

Bullet-ridden Bible ‘saved First World War soldier’s life’

Thousands More Troops on Standby to Join Those Deploying to Border: Report

Uncooperative Radio 07-31-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with Economist quote. We will tell you once again about I Pencil. Then, some of President Trumps’ accomplishments, the Illegal Alien Invasion report and the Internet wars continue

Uncooperative Radio 06-14-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. It’s Flag Day we will review. Then, the thought police, what’s up with our schools, The Illegal Alien Report and regulations suck!

Show Notes 10/26/2014

Sunday Show 10/26/14
Dorothy Day
Dorothy Day was born on November 8, 1897, in New York City. She was the third of five children born to her parents, Grace and John, who worked as a journalist. The family moved to California for his job when Dorothy was 6 years old. They later lived in Chicago.
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Dorothy Day founded the Catholic Worker movement, with combining militant pacifism, radical
economic redistribution and direct service to the poor, including the homeless. 
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Brad Pitt: I’ve been a gun owner since I was in kindergarten
Brad Pitt has been a gun owner for a very long time. The recently married actor told Radio Times he inherited his grandfather’s gun when he was a child.
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Utah rally: End police shootings of dogs
To the Guerreros, dogs are part of the family. So on Saturday, the family — mother, two daughters, a grandson, a granddaughter, a great-grandson and a few four-legged members of the clan — joined a rally on the steps of the Utah State Capitol calling for an end to police shootings of dogs.
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Suspect in killing of deputies was twice deported
Suspect in killing of deputies was twice deportedA man suspected of killing two deputies during a shooting rampage in Northern California was deported twice to Mexico and had a drug conviction, federal authorities said Saturday.
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Religion’s influence waning, study says
When the Rev. Mike Hurt leads counseling sessions in his private office, or answers questions – the difficult ones about life and spirituality and the lessons of God – he often engages on topics relating to the necessity of faith.
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Reprieve for Idaho ministers threatened with jail for not performing gay weddings
Authorities in Coeur d’Alene Idaho have buckled under the pressureof nationwide outrage at their threat to jail two ordained ministers for not performing gay marriage in their wedding chapel and declared the “Hitching Post” wedding chapel exempt from their “non-dsicrimination” law.
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Lapid: Israel-US relations in ‘crisis’
Earlier on Friday, Ynet revealed that the Obama administration refused the Israeli defense minister’s request to meet with other top officials, including Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State John Kerry, and the National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
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Illustration to be Handed Out at Public Schools: Human Bible Sexually Assaulting Woman
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, an atheist group, is planning to hand out in several Florida public high schools a pamphlet that features an illustration on its cover depicting a humanized Bible sexually assaulting a young woman.
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Guns in senior portraits OK if done tastefully, Nebraska school board says
You’ve seen those senior class photos of kids posing with footballs and musical instruments. Now graduating seniors attending a central Nebraska school district are free to pose with firearms for their school yearbook picture, as long as it’s done tastefully.
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Show Notes 09/14/2014

Sunday Show 9/14/14
The untold story of The Star Spangled Banner
This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Not only our national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner was the flag that flew during the War of 1812 during the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the words that would become the famous song.
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Baseball movie brings Dads home
Little boys grow up with lots of heroes – caped crusaders in comic books, movie and music icons, teachers, uncles, grandfathers and sports stars, to name a few. But what about Dad? What would it take to make Dad a hero?
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Bundy says land is not owned by Feds
Controversial figure Cliven Bundy said Thursday a transfer of public land from federal to state control was unnecessary, on grounds that Nevada already has a right to most of the land. Many local officials advocate for such a transfer, but Bundy said you can’t ask for something you already own.
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Benghazi panel begins hearings with questions on US diplomats’ safety
The select Benghazi Committee holds its first open hearing Wednesday, employing broad congressional powers to try to answer lingering questions ranging from what led to the fatal 2012 terror strikes on a U.S. outpost in Libya to what is being done to better protect U.S. diplomats worldwide.
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‘It doesn’t make sense’: Concerns over enlisting DoD in Ebola response
The Obama administration’s decision to enlist the Defense Department in responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is raising concerns that the task is pulling the already-stretched military away from other missions, including vital counter terrorism operations.
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Heroic Marines hunted Taliban in the bloodiest battle
American military personnel are smarter and savvier than previous generations, but they share the same love for country and desire to take the fight to the enemy, according to Bing West, the tireless embed reporter who has chronicled the work of men and women in uniform throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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American shakedown: Police won’t charge you but they’ll grab your money
On its official website, the Canadian government informs its citizens that “there is no limit to the amount of money that you may legally take into or out of the United States.” Nonetheless, it adds, banking in the U.S. can be difficult for non-residents, so Canadians shouldn’t carry large amounts of cash.
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Public school receive mine resistant ambus protected vehicle
The police department for San Diego’s public schools recently revealed that they have acquired a large armored combat vehicle from the U.S. military. The $700,000 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP), which is designed to withstand blasts from improvised explosive devices and mines, was given to law enforcement for the Unified School District in April.
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Militia threatens to block traffic at international bridges
Law enforcement officials and city leaders from across the Rio Grande Valley are preparing for what they say could result in tense moments or violence. Officials say they received word that members of a militia are threatening to block ports of entry.
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I Pencil
I am a lead pencil—the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
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Wasted! Feds spend millions of tax dollars getting monkeys drunk
There’s a whole lot of drinking going on in the name of government science, and some watchdogs think it’s the American taxpayer who is getting hammered. Right now the National Institutes of Health is spending $3.2 million to get monkeys to drink alcohol excessively to determine what effect it has long term on their body tissue.
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Show Notes 09/07/2014

Sunday Show 9/7/14
Bill Cosby bashes thugs and welfare moms: “We can’t blame white people
Bill Cosby’s rant against uneducated and apathetic Americans is forcing the country to reevaluate the lifestyles of lifetime welfare recipients.
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Top CIA officer in Benghazi delayed response to terrorist attack, US security team members claim
A U.S. security team in Benghazi was held back from immediately responding to the attack on the American diplomatic mission on orders of the top CIA officer there, three of those involved told Fox News’ Bret Baier.
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In Jesus name, Navy Chaplain running for public office
The chaplain who fought the Navy for the right to pray “in Jesus name” and lost his job while winning the war is running for state representative in Colorado, and he’s still vowing to defend Christians targeted by secular agendas. It was in 2006 when WND reported Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt was dismissed from the Navy when he insisted his religious-freedom rights allowed him to pray “in Jesus name,” which conflicted with Navy policy.
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Respiratory illness believed to have hospitalized hundreds of children
Health officials suspect that a rare respiratory virus is the reason that hundreds of children across America have been sickened in recent weeks, according to a published report.
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New York schools drop Michelle O’s lunch program
Central New York’s Fayetteville-Manlius and Baldwinsville school districts are the latest to ditch the National School Lunch Program, which was revamped in 2010 under the guidance of First Lady Michelle Obama in an effort to fight childhood obesity.
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Is nothing sacred? Forest Service says drop chocolate and add fruit to your smores
One of the great moments in history came when an unsuspecting camper sandwiched a marshmallow and a piece of chocolate between two graham crackers — creating an American masterpiece — the s’more.
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USDA seizes more illegal giant snails
The giant African snail damages buildings, destroys crops and can cause meningitis in humans. But some people still want to collect, and even eat, the slimy invaders.
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Detroit Satanists say they won’t sacrifice animals, people
A new religious group aims to bring the devil to Detroit. The Satanic Temple today marks the launch of its first chapter outside New York. But leaders say they don’t worship Satan. They don’t practice cannibalism, or sacrifice people or animals.
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Wealthy French Jews Are Fleeing Anti-Semitism and Bringing Their Money
For this Jewish population, there are two main options when it comes to moving: the United States or Israel. While Israel feels more familiar to many of those seeking to migrate – it’s nearby and many already have Israeli passports — Mr. Kruzhkov notes that their businesses are often the key to determining a location.
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Dutch Politician: ‘If You Are Waving an ISIS flag You Are Waving an Exit Ticket. Leave!’
A Dutch lawmaker once put on trial for his views on Islam called Thursday for Dutch Muslims supportive of groups like the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS/ISIL) to leave the country and never be allowed to return.
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Show Notes 07/10/2014

Thursday Show 7/10/14

Operation Wetback was a repatriation project of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service to remove illegal Mexican immigrants (“wetbacks”) from the Southwest. During the first decades of the twentieth century, the majority of migrant workers who crossed the border illegally did not have adequate protection against exploitation by American farmers.
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Obama administration tracking Muslim candidates for military, Pentagon positions
The administration of President Barack Obama has been identifying Muslims in the military in an effort to encourage their presence. Officials said the Defense Department has been keeping records and tracking Muslims. They said the administration sought to attract Muslims both to the military and to the Pentagon.
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Agenda 21
Have you heard about Agenda 21 in the News? Not sure what to think? Here are some Myths and Facts: Myth: Agenda 21 seeks to promote “world government” through the creation of “a centralized planning agency [that] would be responsible for oversight into all areas of our lives.”
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Screaming pig threatens children walking through Maine woods
Capt. Rick Stubbert tells the Morning Sentinel that the children were walking along a trail in the wooded area between the local middle school and the high school at about 1:45 p.m. Tuesday when the pig confronted them “screaming at the kids and chasing them.”
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Paralyzed dog gets homemake wheelchair from stor employees
Pierce had dropped Wally off at her vet’s kennel service late last month, as she left for a quick trip out of town. But when she returned to pick him up, she was whisked into an examination room.
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