Show Notes 11-18-2017

Saturday Show 11-18-17

The big list of 149 Trump accomplishments continued
North Korea: In August, the U.S. initiated a resolution in the U.N. Security Council establishing sanctions that would cut North Korea’s export revenue by a third. Another resolution passed Sept. 11 with new sanctions.
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IKEA glass tables are shattering spontaneously
People all over the country are complaining that their glass tables have shattered spontaneously, sometimes when there’s no one in the room. And even popular brands like IKEA are not immune.
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EU Countries Sign Up to New Europe-Wide Defense Cooperation Plan; NATO Unfazed
A majority of European Union countries have signed up to a plan to establish an E.U.-wide joint defense cooperative, in a bid to strengthen European unity and reduce dependence on NATO.
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WWII veteran calls for help and dies as nurses laugh, video shows
A hidden video from 2014 showed nurses laughing as a World War II veteran repeatedly called for help and died while in their care.
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Did Cuba just successfully invade Venezuela?
The island nation still has a failed economy — the small number of citizens who own cars tend to drive antiques — it has little influence on the international scene and relations with its northern neighbor, the U.S., are still strained at best.
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Friday Show 11-11-16

Veterans Day
This holiday started as a day to reflect upon the heroism of those who died in our country’s service, and was originally called Armistice Day. It fell on Nov. 11 because that is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I.
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Former Navy SEAL Wins Governorship as Vets Head to Congress
In an election night that proved to be an unexpected nail-biter for the presidential race, a number of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars found their own paths to victory.
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Isolationist Trump Stokes NATO Defense Fears
Donald Trump’s “America first” approach has Europe worried he may cut US commitments to NATO just as it mounts its biggest military build-up since the end of the Cold War to counter a more assertive Russia.
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Facebook to ban advertisements that exclude certain races
Facebook announced they will no longer allow advertisers to exclude certain races or ethnic groups when placing certain types of ads on Facebook.
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Don’t blame Facebook for Trump victory, says Zuckerberg
Months before the presidential election, Facebook decided to lay off its human editorial team and leave decisions about the Trending section almost completely to algorithms.
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Trump bucks protocol on press access
Donald Trump is keeping Americans in the dark about his earliest conversations and decisions as president-elect, bucking a long-standing practice intended to ensure the public has a watchful eye on its new leader.
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In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning election as president, every major media outlet did stories questioning how the pollsters got it so wrong. But some of the biggest brand-names in journalism actually looked inward and published stories asking how the media got the election so wrong.
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‘Nationwide shut down’ planned for Inauguration Day
A self-avowed Marxist member of the Seattle City Council who is part of the George Soros-funded Occupy Wall Street movement has called for a “massive protest” against President-elect Donald Trump and a “nationwide shut down” on Inauguration Day.
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Show Notes 07-17-2016

Sunday Show 7-17-16

Washington state restaurant apologizes for asking cops not to eat there
Lucky’s Teriyaki is apologizing and is offering free meals to law enforcement officers after word spread that the restaurant in Washington state didn’t want law enforcement to dine there.
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Elderly Couple Facing Eviction After Grandson Allegedly Scams Them Out of Their Home
This elderly couple never imagined the day they would face eviction from their California home, or that such an ordeal would allegedly be the work of their beloved grandson.
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Pokémon players shot at in Palm Coast, Fla.
Pokémon Go has led to muggings, car crashes, cliff rescues — and now a shooting.
A 19-year-old man and his 16-year-old friend were sitting in a car on Primrose Lane playing Pokémon Go around 1:30 a.m., when a man walked out of his house nearby and fired shots at the car, according to a news release from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
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State AGs, Green Groups Subpoenaed Over ‘Coordinated’ Attack on Climate Change Skeptics
The state attorneys general of New York and Massachusetts and eight environmental groups that have accused climate change skeptics of lying to the public are now themselves the subject of a congressional probe.
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U.S. air operations halted at Turkey air base
Political instability in Turkey, a NATO member and critical U.S. partner in the fight against terrorism, is already threatening to have an impact on the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
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Beware the Soros zombies
Billionaire George Soros has funded liberal organizations intent on bringing confusion, disarray and trouble to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week. And they’ve already had some victories.
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Show Notes 04-04-06

Monday Show 04-4-16

State Department suspends review of top secret Clinton e-mails.
The State Department has suspended its internal review into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or her top aides mishandled emails containing information now deemed ‘top secret.”
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Trump Doubles Down on NATO Criticism: ‘Doesn’t Cover Terrorism, Okay?’
Reiterating his recent criticisms of NATO, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Tuesday the transatlantic alliance was “obsolete,” does not deal with terrorism, gets too much U.S. funding, and should be “rejiggered.”
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20 ICE Managers Complete Sensitivity Training Course at LA’s Museum of Tolerance
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) says 20 of its “high-level” managers have just completed a training program at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, making ICE the first federal law enforcement agency to partner with the museum on training of this type.
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American College of Pediatricians: Gender Ideology Harms Children
The American College of Pediatricians issued a position statement last month entitled “Gender Ideology Harms Children,” which will be followed by a peer-reviewed statement on the subject that’s expected to be released by summer, the college told
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Lab-Grown Skin Sweats and Sprouts Hair
In a lab in Japan, researchers have grown complex skin tissue, complete with hair follicles and sweat glands, according to a new study.
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Axe-wielding Attacker Taken Down by 60-year-Old Concealed Carry Citizen
In another display of heroism and the need for citizens to be armed and able to use their arms, a 60-year-old man who carries his gun concealed stopped an axe-wielding man at a 7-Eleven in Washington.
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Concealed carry gun looks like a smartphone
A concealed carry gun is coming out this year that can be folded into a box resembling a smartphone … a feature that makes cops nervous. Ideal Conceal, a Minnesota startup, is developing a two-shot pistol that folds into a palm-sized square. It can be slipped into a back pocket or displayed openly in a coffee shop with no one the wiser.
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Smith & Wesson sales surge 61.5%
Smith & Wesson sales surged during the same quarter as the San Bernardino mass shooting. Sales of handguns used in self defense were a particular standout.
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Show Notes 12/14/2014

Sunday Show 12/14/14
History of Bill Of Rights December 15th 1791
On this day in 1791, Virginia becomes the last state to ratify the Bill of Rights, making the first ten amendments to the Constitution law and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the Declaration of Independence.
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A Greek island is yours for the price of a London flat
Fed up with Britain’s icy blasts and soaring house prices? Then why not bask in the sun and paddle the azure seas from the shores of your own Greek island. You may have to share living space with goats, but with more than 20 Greek islands for sale, Brits can live out their Mamma Mia! fantasies for the price of a central London flat.
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Exodus land no. 1 with 24.5 million
Exodus: Gods and Kings easily topped the U.S. box office this weekend with a $24.5 million debut, dethroning The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, which had held No. 1 for the past three weeks.
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NATO ally launches mandatory Islam training for 6 year olds
NATO ally Turkey has defiantly responded to a European Court of Human Rights ruling that it must scrap its compulsory religious eduction by imposing mandatory Quran training on its 6-year-olds.
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Cheney: ‘I’d do it again in a minute’
Former Vice President Dick Cheney unapologetically pressed his defense of the CIA’s use of harsh interrogation techniques Sunday, insisting that waterboarding and other such tactics did not amount to torture and that the spy agency’s actions paled in comparison to those of terrorists targeting Americans.
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Sheriff Joe scores victory against Obama’s amnesty
A judge has sided with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the first clash in what is expected to be a major court fight over the legality – or not – of Barack Obama’s looming amnesty program, ordering a fast track for case arguments and hearings.
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Drug smuggler sues US over dog bite
A man transporting marijuana over the border with Mexico says a Border Patrol dog mauled him—and the U.S. needs to pay.
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Schools warned of lawsuits over gender accommodations
Headlines such as “State OKs transgender policy,” “Court backs transgender teen” and “Pentagon cozies up to transgender troops” are becoming more common as the next battle over rights based on “sexual orientation” builds.
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Show Notes 10/11/12

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Thursday 10/11/12

Special Guest Pastor Stephen E. Broden.

President of the Fair Park Friendship Center and Senior Pastor of the Fair Park Bible Fellowship. And Founder Of The Constitutional Defenders Of Texas.

Constitutional defenders of Texas mission statement 
To identify and hold accountable those elected representatives in government who have violated their oath to uphold and protect the Constitution, either by action or omission. To ensure the Founder’s original intent for the Constitution, which was established as a compact between the several states, to protect the fourth
branch of government, the people and their rights, from all enemies; both foreign and domestic.

ATF whistle-blower fired, claims complaints about ‘Fast and Furious’ played role
A well-known whistle-blower in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives confirmed to that he was fired this week, and he claims his complaints about Operation Fast and Furious played a role in his dismissal.

Spain seals deal with US on NATO missile shield 

The Spanish government has agreed to participate in NATO’s anti-missile shield that will see specialized United States warships based at a Spanish base already used by the U.S. Navy.