Show Notes 05-08-2019

Wednesday show notes 05-08-19

Algae ‘Bioreactor’ on Space Station Could Make Oxygen, Food for Astronauts

‘Organs on chips’ set for launch to the International Space Station

Trump pardons soldier who shot al-Qaida operative

$2.5 trillion ‘Holy Grail’ found? Breakthrough discovery could lead to 100 percent recyclable plastics, scientists say

Show Notes11-08-2018

Thursday show notes 11-08-18

A NASA Spacecraft Just Broke the Record for Closest Approach to Sun

How Do Astronauts Vote From Space?

When her parents asked her to go to church, this SC woman called 911, cops say

Prayers during graduation land Mich. colleges in hot water

Kim Davis, clerk who refused to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, loses to Democrat

‘Time to Get Tough’: Farage Blasts Khan as London Scrambles Extra Police After Fifth Person Slain in Days

Show Notes 07-19-2018

Thursday show notes 07-19-18

Chicago police union fights state’s ‘bizarre’ proposed consent decree after Obama-era DOJ investigation
The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police is fighting to get a pending consent decree it considers heavily anti-police tossed out before the document is enacted and potentially brings a dramatic overhaul to the city’s police policy.
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Many fear Artificial Intelligence as the road to robots taking over the world — are they right?
Disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and encryption hold the promise of solving some of the world’s most pressing issues. Future innovations relying on their use are endless: creating remote health care for the elderly and people with disabilities, for instance, or protecting our privacy and creating smart cities that can reduce waste and ease congestion.
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The Pentagon Wants to Bring Mind-Controlled Tech To Troops
The idea of humans controlling machines with their minds has spun off sci-fi blockbusters like “Pacific Rim” and entire subgenres of foreign film, but while today skyscraper-sized fighting robots exist only on the big screen, the Pentagon is building technology that could one day make them a reality.
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8 Realities Of Being A Military Brat
Military brats aren’t your typical kids. They are adaptable, resilient, and maybe pick up a few quirks — like knowing the phonetic alphabet, or asking the barber for a high and tight.
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Motorcycles and Wounded Warriors: Saving Lives on the Open Road
In 2014, while Frey was riding solo to the legendary annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis on his Indian Chieftain, he met fellow Army Paratrooper veteran Johnny Reno. After talking about their shared experiences.
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VA Firings Climb Under Trump; Dems Charge Low-Wage Workers Targeted
The number of people fired at the Department of Veterans Affairs increased by more than 500 during President Donald Trump’s first year in office in a reform move that Democrats charged is unfairly targeting low-wage workers.
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NASA test of revolutionary rapid-fire rocket succeeds
The effort to transition America’s space program to multiple-use vehicles that have a quick turnaround time has moved a significant step forward, a federal agency has confirmed, with the successful completion of a series of 10 firings of a rocket motor that happened one after another, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin..
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Jupiter Now Has a Whopping 79 Moons
While hunting for the proposed Planet Nine, a massive planet that some believe could lie beyond Pluto, a team of scientists, led by Scott Sheppard from the Carnegie Institution for Science, found the 12 moons orbiting Jupiter.
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Show Notes 04-14-2018

Saturday notes 04-14-18

Dutch Teacher Who Saved 600 Jewish Children from Nazis Dies at 107
In 1942 and 1943, Dutch educator Johan van Hulst arranged for the transport of some very precious cargo. It was passed over a hedge, hidden in basket and sacks, and then whisked out of Amsterdam by bicycle. The cargo wasn’t food or supplies: It was Jewish children, smuggled and saved by van Hulst and his colleagues during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
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Fisherman gives C-section to dead shark, frees 98 pups into the ocean
A man in Victoria, Australia, may have saved an entire brood of baby sharks after giving their deceased mother an impromptu C-section during a recent fishing trip.
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Schools arm teachers with tiny baseball bats
At first glance, it may seem like a joke to some. But a Pennsylvania school district is giving its 500 teachers weapons to fight off would-be school shooters – and those weapons are little wooden baseball bats that aren’t much longer than a ruler.
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Some Dutch Catholics Revolt Against ‘Destructive’ Teachings of Pope Francis
Leading Dutch Catholics are petitioning their bishops to warn Pope Francis about his “destructive” teachings and urge him to not commit “serious errors” against the Faith, reported Radio Maria Nederland as translated by Catholic news agency on April 9.
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US Lawmakers Reveal Few Details of Talks with Venezuela’s Beleaguered President
Two U.S. lawmakers are revealing few details of their personal meetings with Venezuela’s embattled President Nicolas Maduro after separate visits to the country last week. Sen. Dick Durbin, (D-Ill.)
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Could astronauts conceive in space? NASA sends human SPERM to the ISS for the first time to find out if sex in orbit would be successful
Human sperm has been sent to the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time, as Nasa tries to find out if humans could ever conceive in space.
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Trump Signs Welfare Reform Executive Order
The president’s welfare reform plan calls for addressing the challenges of people who may find it hard to find and keep jobs, including single parents, ex-convicts, the homeless, substance abusers, the disabled, and “disconnected youth.”
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Conservatives unite to ask Trump to keep Pruitt
The president’s welfare reform plan calls for addressing the challenges of people who may find it hard to find and keep jobs, including single parents, ex-convicts, the homeless, substance abusers, the disabled, and “disconnected youth.”
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3 More California Cities Vote to Opt Out of State’s Sanctuary Law
The Newport Beach city council voted unanimously earlier this week to challenge California’s sanctuary law, joining a dozen other cities that are not interested in complying with the sanctuary policies.
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Paul Ryan endorses Kevin McCarthy to be next House speaker
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday endorsed House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy to succeed him as House speaker when Ryan steps down at the end of the year.
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Uncooperative Radio 04-13-18

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Show Notes 11-25-2017

Saturday Show 11-25-17

ESPN employees try to escape sinking ship
Thanksgiving week is here, and many inside ESPN are giving special thanks for jobs they hope will last past the holidays.
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Girl Scouts warn parents about forcing kids to hug relatives for the holidays
Girl Scouts of the USA issued a warning to parents this holiday season, asking them to think twice before forcing their daughters to hug relatives at gatherings.
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Expert: ICC Has No Jurisdiction to Investigate Alleged Crimes by US Troops in Afghanistan
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has no jurisdiction to investigate alleged wrongdoing by U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and the Trump administration should not cooperate with the tribunal, a Heritage Foundation scholar argued this week.
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Republicans flee from McConnell in 2018 primaries
Heading into the 2018 elections, only one Republican Senate candidate nationwide has pledged unequivocally to back Mitch McConnell as majority leader.
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S&P 500 closes above 2,600 for first time as Street bets on strong holiday shopping season
The S&P 500 hit record highs, rising 0.2 percent to 2,602.42 with information technology as the best-performing sector. Macy’s was among the best-performing stocks in the index. The S&P 500 also closed above 2,600 for the first time.
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Seattle’s income tax on wealthy illegal judge rules
Seattle’s income tax on wealthy households failed its first legal test Wednesday, with a King County Superior Court ruling that the measure is illegal.
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U.K. officially fallsout of  world’s top 5 economies
During Wednesday’s Budget, Philip Hammond, in a series of statements aimed at highlighting the strength and health of the British economy, admitted that the country has slipped to sixth spot, trailing France. The other four countries that make up the leaderboard are the US, China, Japan and Germany.
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NASA’s fake news’ about water on Mars’
It was big news in 2015 when NASA declared “liquid water found in Mars.”
Now, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, the announcement that Mars contains large amounts of water was premature.
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New Hole in Sun’s Atmosphere Lets Particles Spew Out
A large, dark “hole” has opened up in the sun’s atmosphere, allowing solar winds to rush out into space. NASA’s  captured this ultraviolet image of the coronal hole on Nov. 8, with the space agency releasing the image Monday (Nov. 20).
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Mall of America looks like Somalia
Actor James Woods has a special knack for riling up Democrats and he has done it again with a tweet in which he posted a video of Muslims filing into the Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.
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4chan Launches “Operation Swedistan” In A Last Ditch Attempt To Save Sweden
Hot off the heels of their stunningly successful It’s Ok To Be White campaign. Which managed to stir up both outrage and national media attention in multiple countries round the world.
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Muslims suing cafe lose anonymity
Several Muslim women who are suing a California restaurant for discrimination – and face a countersuit for trespass – have lost their right to be anonymous in their complaint.

Show Notes 10-21-17

Saturday Show 10-21-17

Hysterical Judge refuses to let go of Sheriff Joe
A federal judge whose control over a contempt citation she issued against former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio vanished when President Trump pardoned him is insisting that while the lawman won’t be punished, the conviction must remain on his record.
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Google admits its new smart speaker eavesdropped on user
A major flaw has been detected in the newly-unveiled Google Home Mini speaker that allows it to secretly record conversations without users knowing.
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Melaina saves taxpayers a Fortune By Making Shocking Cuts In Number of Aides At White House Compared To Lavish Michelle Obama
Melania is trying a new approach in the White House as our first lady, it’s called “respecting” the taxpayer. We all know by now how much Michelle Obama suffered in the White House, and if you don’t, you haven’t’ been watching the news, as she travels around speaking about how much she endured for the sake of appearances.
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Group: Memo shows Obama team obstructed deportation cases
A newly obtained memo shows that a top Obama legal office interfered with key immigration investigators in deportation cases, bolstering a congressional charge that the government was losing half of those legal cases on purpose, according to an immigration reform group.
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Exclusive: Grandmother who thwarts kidnapper says she told him don’t move or I’ll shoot
A pistol-packing grandmother says she kept her cool and waited for the right moment to pull her gun on a kidnapper with a knife.
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Trump admin scraps EPA’s Deceitful sue and settle trick
Limited government advocates and property-rights champions are cheering Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt for publicly announcing he will scrap the tactic known as “sue and settle” for as long as he is in office.
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Michigan university offering first-ever degree in marijuana studies
Looking to capitalize on the rising demand for cannabis, Northern Michigan University is offering a marijuana-focused degree — but stoners need not apply.
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Father of soldier slain in Niger Defends President Trump: “My Son Knew What He Signed Up For”…This Is “Not About Donald Trump And This Isn’t About a Damn Phone Call!”
When Americans heard about the tragic deaths of the four U.S. troops, killed in an attack by Islamic extremists in Niger, on October 4, their first thought for most of us, was sadness for the families of the brave troops.
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Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after Trump order
The Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at addressing what the Pentagon has described as an “acute shortage of pilots.”
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IG: 13 Afghan Military Trainees Have Disappeared Inside the U.S.
Thirteen Afghans who came to the United States for military training between 2005 and 2017 went AWOL here and have not been accounted for, according to an inspector general’s report.
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Scientists Just Found the Perfect Spot to Build an Underground Colony on the Moon
For years, scientists have wondered if dark, crater-like features on the lunar surface might be entrances to giant caverns carved long ago by flowing lava.
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