Show Notes 07-26-15

Sunday show 07-26-15
GOP Senators lead push to allow States to impose Internet sales tax
Republicans in the Senate are leading efforts to pass legislation that would allow the states to impose a sales tax on online transactions. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) has proposed the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), which would allow states to “collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales.”
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Seattle Mayor endorses plan to develop Sharia compliant mortgages
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has endorsed a recommendation by his affordable housing committee to develop Sharia-compliant mortgages as a way to help Muslims buy homes.
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Conservatives speak out against Federal mandatory minimum sentencing
Conservatives gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday to lay claim to the issue of reforming the United States criminal system, including ending the minimum mandatory sentencing laws that were passed by the Democrat majority in Congress three decades ago.
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Conservative groups offer alternative to new wave of political correctness on campuses
A new wave of progressivism and political correctness in U.S. schools — highlighted by “trigger warnings” and “safe zones” — has conservative groups fighting back on campuses across the country, saying “students need to get both sides of the story.”

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Stephen Hawking: Intelligent Aliens Could Destroy Humanity, But Let’s Search Anyway
This week, famed physicist Stephen Hawking helped launch a major new effort to search for signs of intelligent alien life in the cosmos, even though he thinks it’s likely that such creatures would try to destroy humanity.

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Guidelines for LGBT Refugee Resettlement Include ‘LGBT-Affirming Places of Worship’

The Obama administration has introduced homosexual rights policies across federal agencies, including at the Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement website, which links to a guide that rates placement providers and communities on LGBT-friendly services, including having “culturally competent mental health providers” and “LGBT-affirming places of worship.”
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Satanic Temple sees Arkansas as possible monument location
An Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling that will rid the Capitol grounds of a religious monument has simultaneously scuttled the plans of a group advocating for a Satanic statue there, and they now hope to enshrine the deity outside the Arkansas Statehouse.
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USA contraception ruling

The state of Washington can require a pharmacy to deliver medicine even if the pharmacy’s owner has a religious objection, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday, the latest in a series of judgments on whether religious believers can opt out of providing services.
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Show Notes 06-18-2015

Thursday show 06-18-15
Imported Muslims arriving now in these U.S. cities
A few congressmen are fighting to block the planned importation of thousands of Syrian refugees into American cities and towns, arguing that they present a grave security risk because many Syrians have ties to the Sunni rebel groups ISIS and al-Nusra Front.
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Solar eclipse: green groups fight sun powered plant over Bighorn Sheep
One might expect environmentalists to fight a new power plant, but a new battle being waged by California green groups against a solar facility shows there may be something new under the sun, after all.
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Ex-boy scout: I killed troop leader who raped me
A former Boy Scout confessed in emotionally charged court testimony to killing his former troop leader, but said it was due to the repeated sexual abuse and rape he suffered at the hands of the man, beginning at the tender age of 8.
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Greek Central Bank warns of uncontrollable crisis if bailout talks fail
Greek officials essentially have told creditors who are owed billions of euros that they need to be given a deal, or they’ll simply default.
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Show Notes 04-22-2015

Thursday show 04-22-15

Census: Record 51 million immigrants in 8 years, will account for 82% of U.S. growth
Legal and illegal immigrants will hit a record high of 51 million in just eight years and eventually account for an astounding 82 percent of all population growth in America, according to new U.S. Census figures.
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ACLU demands Catholic groups pay for illegal’s abortions
The American Civil Liberties Union has launched a lawsuit against the federal government to force Catholic groups that take taxpayer dollars to provide birth control and abortions for illegal immigrants.
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European man sets up his own Libertarian nation
Czech man Vit Jedlicka has claimed a 7km2 stretch of land on the west bank of the Danube river as the Free Republic of Liberland, after disputes between Serbia and Croatia rendered it technically no man’s land.
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Obama: ‘I’ve Set Aside More Public Lands and Waters Than Any Administration in History’
In an Earth Day speech delivered today in the Florida Everglades, President Barack Obama boasted the he has set aside more “public land and waters” than any president in the history of the country.
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Cesar Chavez receives Navy honors 22 years after death
Hundreds gathered Thursday to see military honors rendered belatedly for Cesar Chavez, the legendary rights and labor leader but also a Navy veteran.
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Mass. Stuck With $113M Marine Terminal Built for Failed Offshore Wind Farm
Massachusetts taxpayers are stuck with a $113 million marine terminal started by former Gov. Deval Patrick as a construction staging area for a failed wind farm project that was supposed to provide clean energy and hundreds of jobs for the state’s residents.
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‘Certain variables’ may cause Benghazi probe to last into 2016, Gowdy says
The chairman of the House select committee probing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s response to the Benghazi terror attacks signaled Wednesday that the release of a final report could slip to just months before the 2016 presidential election if the Obama administration delays producing documents and witnesses.
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Phoenix woman in arranged Muslim marriage allegedly raped and beaten by groom to be
A Muslim woman expected to enter an arranged marriage in Phoenix was raped, beaten and sexually assaulted by her groom-to-be after she refused to marry the man, Fox 10 News Phoenix reported on Wednesday.
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“Real” ripped by council on American Islamic relations
Daytime show “The Real” has been slammed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations for alleged discrimination against Muslim women.
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White House: American, Italian hostages killed in US strike
An American and an Italian held hostage by Al Qaeda were accidentally killed in a U.S. counterterrorism operation earlier this year, the White House said Thursday, in a stunning and tragic admission.
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IG: ‘Notable Security Deficiencies’ Persist at U.S. Diplomatic Posts
“Protecting people who work in the department is our top priority,” State Department Inspector General Steve Linick told Congress on Tuesday. Although his office has “stepped up” its security efforts after the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, “challenges still remain,” he said.
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Show Notes 11/27/2014

Thursday Show 11/27/14
Jihadists tweet in bid to recruit Ferguson rioters
Islamic jihadists worldwide have launched a barrage of recruitment messages amid the latest unrest in Ferguson, Mo., using Twitter accounts to call on African-Americans and others in the United States to join their cause.
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Grieving Afghan mother takes bloody revenge by killing 25 Taliban militants during seven hour battle after they gunned down her son
A grieving Afghan mother took bloody revenge on the Taliban militants who gunned down her son, killing 25 and injuring five of them during a seven hour gun battle.
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New England coastal communities threatened by feds’ ban on cod fishing
Federal regulators slapped a six-month ban on most cod fishing off New England this week and are threatening to cut next year’s catch by up to 75 percent, in a move some say will destroy the livelihoods of fishermen across the region.
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Smog check: EPA proposes tougher regs for ground-level ozone pollution
In a controversial move that could impact the US economy as well as the health of millions of Americans, the Obama administration wants to tighten ground-level ozone pollution standards.
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Parents’ Watchdog Group: Virtually No Family-Friendly Shows Left on TV
There’s very little family programming left” on television, lamented Melissa Henson, director of grassroots and public education at the Parents Television Council (PTC).
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Show notes 06/13/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show notes Thursday 06/13/13

Islamists ‘staking claim’ with Maryland ‘cultural center’
On his visit to a new Turkish-funded mosque in Lanham, Md., Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayip Erodogan said his government chose the site because of its location in “free territory.”

Airport garage now Muslim house of worship
Here’s a sign of the changing times — Muslim cabbies now have their very own place at San Francisco International Airport to wash their hands and feet before they pray.

Alleged Mexican cartel members admits to killing 30 people across US
Authorities in Central Florida said DNA from a cigarette butt found inside a soda can helped detectives solve a 2006 murder and possibly a slew of other murders after the suspect, Jose Martinez, admitted to the gruesome murder and as many as 30 more slayings.

Gang of eight seeks alternative to John Cornyn’s amendment
Sen. Marco Rubio initially praised a border security proposal from Sen. John Cornyn, helping to make it the leading choice of conservatives demanding tighter enforcement measures.

The mega lie underlying our energy problems
The idea was that our ability to discover and produce higher amounts of hydrocarbon-based energy had peaked and would be forever in decline. This “inevitable” decline in energy production would, in turn, destroy the modern world, as all the luxuries and technologies that we enjoy today (such as cheap electricity and automobiles) rely on these fuels.

California town besieged by endangered birds
Residents of a small California town wish a certain endangered species would make itself scarce.Flocks of California condors have descended upon Bear Valley Springs. Residents, who are allowed to do little to chase them away, say the huge birds peck off roof shingles, damage air conditioners and leave porches coated in droppings.

Show Notes 06/09/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 06/09/2013
House panel moves to protect religious liberty in Military
The House Armed Services Committee approved a measure on Thursday to protect religious liberty in the military amid growing disputes over expression of faith.
Authorities: Looters come from as far away as East Coast to steal from Okla. tornado victims
Authorities say looters have come from as far away as New York and Virginia to steal from victims of last month’s tornado in Moore, Oklahoma
Cavuto Cuts Mic on ‘Obnoxious’ Liberal Guest Echoing White House Talking Points
Fox News host Neil Cavuto on Saturday cut the mic of the incredibly “offensive” and “obnoxious” liberal shill Julian Epstein for refusing to have a serious discussion about the current White House scandals and instead insisting on echoing Democrat talking points.
Santa Monica shootings: Were gun control laws powerless to stop suspect?
Details about John Zawahri, the body-armor clad man who Santa Monica police say killed four people in a shooting spree Friday, are scant. But so far, early reports agree that those who knew Mr. Zawahri believed he was a troubled young man.
House votes to delay bulk ammo purchases by DHS
The House late last Wednesday voted to stop the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from entering into new contracts to buy millions of rounds of ammunition until the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports to Congress on the need for the ammo, and its cost.

Beer pouring robot knows when you need a refill
A new beer-pouring robot can predict human behavior a few seconds into the future, enough to know when to offer a refill.
12 Obsolete Technologies American’s still use
Right here in America, ancient technologies are still a part of everyday life as they continue to buy brand-new cassette tapes, subscribe to dial-up Internet and make calls from a pay phone. “It can take a surprisingly long time for technologies to really fall by the wayside,” Steve Koenig, head of Industry Analysis at the Consumer Electronics Association, told me.

Show Notes 05/26/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 05/26/2013
Commissioners declare Carroll County a Second Amendment sanctuary
The Board of Carroll County Commissioners voted unanimously earlier this week to pass a resolution stating that Carroll County is a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County”. The resolution is in response to the Maryland State Firearms Act of 2013 passed by legislators in Annapolis earlier this year.
French gay marriage opponents stage big Paris march
Several hundred thousand opponents of same-sex marriage marched in central Paris on Sunday against a reform the unpopular French government passed last month at the price of deepening political polarization.
Parents bent out of shape over classroom yoga
Parents who are upset over the introduction of yoga lessons – funded by a private foundation that promotes yoga – into their children’s school curriculum have filed a lawsuit to bring them to a halt.
Britain to target radical Muslim preachers after soldier’s killing
The British government, facing criticism over the killing of a soldier by suspected Islamists in a London street, is to set up a new group to combat radical Muslim preachers and others whose words could encourage violence.
Study backs farmers in pollution fight with EPA
West Virginia poultry farmer Lois Alt didn’t chicken out when the Environmental Protection Agency threatened her with fines of $40,000 per day, and even though the federal regulators eventually backed off, she’s taking them on in a legal case that could benefit thousands of small farmers.
Bob Hope
Bob Hope, born Leslie Townes Hope (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003). Hope was born in Eltham, London, UK, the fifth of seven sons.
While aboard the RMS Queen Mary when World War II began in September 1939, Hope volunteered to perform a special show for the passengers, during which he sang “Thanks for the Memory” with rewritten lyrics.