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.

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Uncooperative Radio 08-02-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then the Ups and Downs for the week, the Second Amendment report, Planned Parenthood is in the spot light again, we will tell you how, China is not our friend and medical madness.

Uncooperative Radio 06-29-18 Live!

@10pm ET:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then, Ups and Downs for the week, the Second Amendment report and we will never forget Benghazi, our Military heroes and this day in history.

Uncooperative Radio 06-22-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then, Ups and Downs for the week, the News Behind the News and to Russia with love!

Show Notes 03-26-2017

Sunday Show 3-26-17

Viral video imagines Elmo getting fired over PBS budget cuts
A viral online video imagines lovable “Sesame Street” character Elmo getting fired due to budget cuts to PBS. The video shows an unseen man delivering the news to Elmo in a nondescript room.
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Subway’s minimum wage ‘sandwich artist’ apprenticeship slammed by union
Subway may be known for its toasty bread but in the UK, the chain is feeling some serious heat after a help wanted post surfaced online seeking young “apprentices” to work at the store building subs– for substantially less pay than traditional employees.
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Illinois Teacher Fired for Confronting Student Who Wouldn’t Stand for Pledge of Allegiance
A high-school teacher in Illinois has been fired after chastising more than once a student who would not stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Vince Ziebarth, a popular driver’s ed teacher, confronted 15-year-old Shemar Cooper multiple times after Cooper refused to stand for the Pledge.
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UN diplomat quits after pressure over Israel ‘apartheid’ report
A United Nations diplomat stepped down Friday after refusing to withdraw a report accusing Israel of practicing apartheid against Palestinians, reported.
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Deep State Targets Roger Stone Former Trump Aide
Roger Stone has been a longtime confidante of Donald Trump. He is also a Republican operative and a serial hat wearer. Stone claims that he has been targeted by the Deep State. He says that the main reason he is being targeted is the next week’s Congressional investigations into the Russian hacking.
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Susan Rice Warns White House Not to Put Out ‘Inaccurate If Not Deliberately False’ Information
Former Obama administration national security adviser Susan Rice was castigated on social media over a Washington Post op-ed accusing the Trump White House of dissembling and contorting the facts, but doubled down in a PBS interview, saying when the White House puts out information seen to be “inaccurate if not deliberately false, it shakes the credibility and the confidence of our allies.”
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Trump appointee steps down at EPA
A member of the temporary political team leading the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the Trump administration is resigning.
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Lawyers for Bowe Bergdahl file third appeal, charging Trump remarks taint trial prospects
Attorneys for accused Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl took their third shot Thursday at getting his case tossed, once again arguing that President Trump blew their client’s chance of a fair trial when he called the sergeant and former Taliban captive “a dirty, rotten traitor.”
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Marines to Test 100 New Beach-Storming Technologies
When you think of ship-to-shore maneuver and amphibious assaults, Marine Corps planners want to banish the image of an Iwo Jima-style beach landing.
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Another Good Guy With A Gun: Detroit Man Shoots Sister’s Violent Stalker
A 32-year-old Detroit man apparently saved his sister’s life Tuesday when her 21-year-old ex-boyfriend kicked his way into her new apartment with a gun and bad intentions.
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Preschool Suspends 4-Year-Old Boy and Calls Child Services After He Brings in Bullet Casing
An Illinois preschool has suspended a 4-year-old boy and called child services after mistakenly thinking he brought a bullet to the school that was actually just a shell casing.
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Gun Sales Hit Record Highs, But What About Gun Accidents?
More people own guns now than ever before, so you might think that accidental and negligent shootings with firearms would be at an all-time high. In fact, the opposite has happened.
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Show Notes 09-18-2016

Sunday Show 9-18-16

Experts say NYC attack was terrorism
Several experts including a former New York City police commissioner said Sunday the explosion that injured 29 people on a Manhattan street was clearly an act of terrorism, and they were perplexed that Mayor Bill de Blasio called it only “an intentional act.”
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You can now buy a real D-Day tank
If your SUV is no longer tough enough, don’t worry. You can now buy a genuine World War II tank. A collection of 120 vehicles, including tanks, armored cars, motorcycles and warplanes, is going under the hammer in France on Sunday.
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Pope: Welcoming refugees helps to keep us safe from terrorism
Pope Francis has encouraged Europeans to welcome refugees, calling authentic hospitality “our greatest security against hateful acts of terrorism.” Francis Saturday spoke to alumni of Jesuit schools in Europe who were in Rome for a conference on refugees.
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Man, 24, surprises Ohio cop who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago
A 24-year-old man burst into tears Friday when he met for the first time the Ohio police officer who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago.
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Creepy clowns put two south Alabama schools on lockdown
Several cryptic posts from the Facebook page of a group known as the ‘Flomo Klowns’ put two Southern Alabama schools on lock down for a while Thursday morning.
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School rule mandates boys bedding down with girls on overnight trips
While the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a challenge to the non-discrimination policy in the commonwealth’s largest school district, the lead counsel in the case warns that the impact of the court’s decisions will go far beyond bathrooms and eventually impact every student – including to the point where boys will be “bedding down” with girls on overnight school trips.
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Patriotic ferment: California teen’s grades docked over Pledge of Allegiance
Leilani Thomas, a native American student in California, has been refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance since she was in second grade. But for the first time for Leilani, now a teenager attending a Lower Lake High School, that stand has cost her academically.
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HUD decrees limited English speakers are protected under fair housing act
HUD Decrees That Limited-English-Speakers Are Protected Under Fair Housing Act
“People with limited English proficiency are not a protected class under the Fair Housing Act,” said the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday. But they are now, by decree.
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Obama Will Set Aside 5,000 Square Miles Off New England–Ban Commercial Fishing
The State Department is hosting a two-day conference on the world’s oceans, beginning today, and it’s expected to produce a raft of announcements and initiatives, including new marine protected areas — one off the coast of New England — as well as a ban on single-use plastic bags.
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API Chief on Obama Halting Dakota Access Pipeline: ‘We No Longer Honor the Rule of Law in the United States’
Jack Gerard, CEO and president of the trade association American Petroleum Institution (API), said on Thursday that President Barack Obama’s decision to override a federal judge’s ruling to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline construction to go forward in South Dakota violates “the rule of law.”
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A shrinking Army aims to keep citizen-soldiers combat ready
Before citizen-soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Georgia National Guard troops spent months training away from their families and day jobs as they prepared for war.
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Show Notes 01-11-15

Sunday 1/11/15
Bridal shop closes after being stigmatized by Ebola
Operators of a northeast Ohio bridal shop linked to an Ebola survivor say the store is closing because it lost significant business and has been stigmatized. Dallas nurse Amber Vinson was diagnosed with Ebola days after visiting Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal store in Akron in October.
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Black mob mall brawl his major US city
A crowd of black teenagers sparked a massive brawl at the Castleton Square Mall in Indianapolis over the weekend, sending frightened shoppers running for cover and forcing many shopkeepers to close early Saturday.
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NBC removes “under God” from allegiance commercial
A trailer for the upcoming NBC series “Allegiance” featured a voiceover of several people reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, but the words “under God” were missing.
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Filmmaker, Author Sues Big Media Over Sandy Hook
“After exhaustive research, the good news is that overwhelming evidence reveals that no children or teachers died at Sandy Hook two years ago. For relief, I have filed lawsuits against the media in US District Court in New Haven for Fraud and Terrorism. Here is an example of our abundant evidence, Exhibit D: The Connecticut State Police dash cams record no evacuation of children from school at critical moments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqcaaE6aFX8 — Smoking Gun evidence no children died at Sandy Hook.”
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Veteran and former cop sues after guns confiscated because he sought treatment for insomnia
A veteran of the U.S. Navy and decorated retired police detective is suing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other state officials for infringing on his constitutional rights after his pistol permit and four handguns were confiscated after he voluntarily sought hospital treatment for insomnia.
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Saudi prince: $100-a-barrel oil ‘never’ again
Saudi billionaire businessman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal told me we will not see $100-a-barrel oil again. The plunge in oil prices has been one of the biggest stories of the year. And while cheap gasoline is good for consumers, the negative impact of a 50% decline in oil has been wide and deep, especially for major oil producers such as Saudi Arabia and Russia.
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