Uncooperative Radio 08-09-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance.
We have a special guest: Dr. Kent Hovind, author of The Kennel and a Creation Science Evangelist in Pensacola, Florida. Then, The Ups and Downs for the week, The war on the patent system, more Hollyweird news, Medical Madness, and China is not our friend.


Uncooperative Radio 08-08-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with a liberty quote. Then, the Internet wars continue, regulations suck meets Planned Parenthood, the News behind the News, medical madness and China is not our friend.

Uncooperative Radio 06-07-18 Live

@ 10:00pm ET
We start the show with an Economist quote. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is raising her ugly head yet again, we will tell you how. Then Medical Madness, did you know this, the Internet wars continue and regulations suck

Show Notes 10-08-2015

Thursday show 10-8-15

America’s mass shooting capital is Chicago
CHICAGO — Four men and two women were shot on April 5 last year, then five weeks later a 15-year-old boy and two men were shot. Another 15-year-old boy and two men were shot in July. Three men were shot on August 21.
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Dems ready sweeping new guns bill
Senate Democrats will begin a campaign to combat gun violence on Thursday as party leaders prepare to unveil a sweeping package of legislation that builds on their failed 2013 attempt to require universal background checks for gun purchases, according to senators and aides.
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Risk of global financial crash has increased, warns IMF
The risk of a global financial crash has increased because a slowdown in China and decline in world trade are undermining the stability of highly indebted emerging economies, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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Study: government workers make 78 percent more that private sector
Employees for the federal government earn far more than their counterparts in the private sector, according to a new study by the Cato Institute. Federal workers’ pay and benefits were 78 percent higher than private employees, who earned an average of $52,688 less than public sector workers last year.
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The Millennials’ Dilemma: To Own or to Rent
If you’re a millennial who’s just graduated from college, congratulations. You deserve a round of applause. But if you’ve just graduated from college and moved back in with your parents, what you’re hearing is the sound of one hand clapping.
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9 Million US Kids at Risk for Measles
About 9 million U.S. children are susceptible to measles, either because they haven’t received the vaccine against the viral disease or because they aren’t up to date with their shots, a new study shows. Read More

Researchers grow kidney like organs in laboratory
Researchers have grown kidney-like organs in a laboratory dish, the latest advance in the effort to bioengineer complex human organs for medical use.
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The man who refused to sign The Constitution
“Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” Thus began the first of the Ten Amendments, or Bill of Rights, which were approved Sept. 25, 1789.
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Show Notes 05/19/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 05/19/2013
WELL REGULATED AMERICAN MILITIAS Recruiter has invited you to the event ‘Stand with Colorado Sheriffs: Independence Institute event May 28th in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Time: May 28, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: Freedom Financial Expo Center
Organized By: Independence Institute
Sheriff Joe to Congress: Investigate Obama’s eligibility
Hey, while Congress is investigating the use of the IRS to harass conservative activists, is trying to find out what the Obama White House covered up about Benghazi and is looking into why the Justice Department went after reporters’ phone records, why not include a check into Obama’s eligibility, too?
IRS Commissioner on Scandal: ‘We Provided Horrible Customer Service’
Tiberi asked Miller who oversaw Lois Lerner, the woman who worked for Ingram and publically apologized at a recent public event for employees giving greater scrutiny to conservative groups seeking non-profit status.
To boldly go in a Biblical direction
As a film, “Into Darkness” is a summer blockbuster of the best sort, with a clever, laugh-out-loud script, plenty of action, fun and curious characters, a fantastic villain and entertainment value to the max. Especially for Trekkers, I daresay it’s even better than first in this recent reboot of the franchise. Yet even for those not a fan of the original TV series, “Into Darkness” packs plenty of entertainment value for the dollar.
First Lady expands anti obesity campaign museums
First Lady Michelle Obama has expanded her anti-obesity campaign to museums, enlisting them to offer “healthy food options,” and change their menus.
Tactics to improve drug compliance
For months, Lars Osterberg, MD, MPH, struggled with a patient whose blood pressure seemed to fluctuate randomly. The man was on three antihypertensive medications, and Dr. Osterberg was thinking of adding another.
VA lauches overtime surge against backlog
The Department of Veterans Affairs is mandating overtime for claims processors in its regional offices across the country as part of its effort to bring down the backlog that has frustrated hundreds of thousands of veterans and infuriated members of Congress.
Georgia Governor orders bibles returned to State owned parks
When Ed Buckner and his family went to a north Georgia state park to celebrate his son’s birthday, he was surprised and concerned to find Bibles in the state-owned cabin he had rented.
Pope Francis answers new calling: Catholic Church ipad app
This apple has nothing to do with Adam. The Catholic Church unveiled a new iPad application this week, intended to keep the faithful abreast of Vatican comings-and-goings, as well as other news from the church’s missions throughout the world.
Ely high school teacher suspended
A Broward reading teacher has been suspended for 13 days without pay after her overly permissive classroom environment led to rampant student misbehavior and students feeling emboldened enough to ask the teacher about her past sexual encounters.

Show notes 01/13/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 01/13/13
Cramer: On the right side of the bullet
Every so often, a local news story about a victim of crime goes national. Most recently, it was Sarah McKinley, 18, home alone with her 3 month old son, a few days after Sarah’s husband had died of lung cancer. Two men apparently looking to steal pain medicine prescribed for the husband broke in.
A suburban gun maker is overwhelmed with orders for guns
The phones rang and rang in the front office of the Northwest suburban gunmaker last week. Customers were calling to place orders — and they weren’t happy when they were told of two-month backlogs.
Flashback: ‘Most Dishonest Journalist Of Our Age’ Piers Morgan Fired For ‘Malicious’ Hoax Of Fake Iraqi Prisoner Abuse That Caused ‘So Much Damage’, Recruited Al Qaeda
Excerpted from a BBC article of May 14, 2004: Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has been sacked after the newspaper conceded photos of British soldiers abusing an Iraqi were fake.
ObamaCare Amendment forbids gun ammo registration
Good news — it has become known that hidden deep within the massive 2800-page bill called Obamacare there is a Senate Amendment protecting the right to keep and bear arms.

Tell those sick employees to stay home
Dr. Vicki Bralow tells her employees to stay home, guilt-free. That is, if they’re sick. And this year, the odds are they’ll be taking her up on the offer.

DNA pioneer James Watson takes aim at ‘cancer establishments’
A day after an exhaustive national report on cancer found the United States is making only slow progress against the disease, one of the country’s most iconic – and iconoclastic – scientists weighed in on “the war against cancer.” And he does not like what he sees.

Show Notes: 08-09-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Thursday 8/9/12

Full List of Obamacare Tax Hikes
Obamacare law contains 20 new or higher taxes on American families and small businesses Taxpayers are reminded that the President’s healthcare law is one of the largest tax increases in American history.Arranged by their respective effective dates, below is the total list of all $500 billion-plus in tax hikes (over the next ten years) in Obamacare.

Obama and Romney spar over Defense budget

In a time of deep deficits and tight budgets, President Obama says the Defense Department cannot be entirely spared the scalpel. But Mitt Romney, his likely opponent in November’s election, says the U.S. must spend more on the Pentagon now because it will pay off with a stronger economy in the long run.


Study finds that lying less improves a persons health

Who says a little white lie never hurt anyone? Recent research suggests it can affect your health. A new study conducted by University of Notre Dame researchers found that a person’s mental and physical health improved when they stopped lying to others.

Employees wellness index
Workers who keep the country running through transportation, construction and other services may also suffer the worst health, according to recent rankings of employees’ well-being.

Glocks vs Docs: Second Amendment issues in the cross hairs
There are few topics more evergreen in the U.S. political arena and consistently in the forefront of the news than a group protesting that either their First Amendment or Second Amendment rights are being curtailed. Therefore, it was only a matter of time before the two collided in a spectacular “Alien vs. Predator,” coliseum-like spectacle of battling rights.