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 06-14-2018

Thursday show notes 06-14-18

Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018
Pomona, California police Officer Greggory Casillas, 30, was fatally shot March 9 after he and another officer chased a suspect who “barricaded himself in a bedroom” and “began firing through the door” as officers tried to contact him, Capt. Christopher Bergner of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told reporters. A second officer was injured, authorities said.
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Target Promotes LGBTQ Pride Month Products For Children
Target, the second largest retailer in the nation, is actively supporting and promoting LGBTQ Pride Month (June) and offering a variety of “Pride” products to customers of all ages, including children and babies.
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Petitions circulate after Transgender athletes take top spots in state competition
Two petitions are being circulated after Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood swept the competition at the state championships for girls track and field.
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Marxism Lives
If old Karl Marx, the embittered inventor of communism, could return from the grave, he would no doubt be surprised to find that most of the 10 planks of his Communist Manifesto, issued in 1848 in collaboration with Frederick Engels, have been happily adopted or are at least supported by Americans.
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275% Increase in Minimum Wage Puts DC Restaurants in a Bind
If a 10 percent tax on restaurant meals wasn’t enough to jack up the cost of dining in Washington, D.C., city residents just voted for a 275 percent increase in the minimum wage for tipped workers.
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Show Notes 06-20-2018

Wednesday show notes 06-20-18

The War of 1812
At the outset of the 19th century, Great Britain was locked in a long and bitter conflict with Napoleon Bonaparte’s France. In an attempt to cut off supplies from reaching the enemy, both sides attempted to block the United States from trading with the other.
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U.S. takes aim at Canadian Jihadist threat
The United States, in the middle of a very public spat with its northern neighbor over tariffs, has announced a plan to protect the U.S. from Canadian threats.
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ICE raids Ohio meatpacking plant, 146 arrested
Federal agents arrested more than 100 workers at an Ohio meatpacking factory on Tuesday as a part of yearlong investigation into whether the company knowingly hired undocumented immigrants.
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Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018 part two
Dallas Officer Rogelio Santander succumbed to his injuries and died after he was shot responding to an episode at Home Depot, Mayor Mike Rawlings said. Santander and Officer Crystal Almeida, both with the department for three years, were shot on April 24 by 29-year-old suspect Armando Juarez, police said.
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Show Notes 06-18-2018

Monday show notes 06-18-18

Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018 part one
Officer Darren Weathers of the Detroit Police Department was killed on Feb. 13 when his car crashed during a training exercise. Weathers was rushed to a local Michigan hospital, but later succumbed to his injuries.
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The Importance of Dads in an Increasingly Fatherless America
There is a growing split taking place among American fathers today. On the one hand, more and more children are growing up without a dad in their lives. But on the other hand, fathers who are involved in their kids’ lives have actually become even more active.
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Uncooperative Radio 06-21-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET

We will start the show with Economist quote. We will continue with officers killed in the line of duty in 2018 Part Two and the LGBTQ—- Report. Then, A lesson on Marxism and the News Behind the News

Uncooperative Radio 06-20-18 Live!

@10pm ET
We will start the show with a liberty quote. Then, we will review the War of 1812, the Illegal Alien Invasion Report, Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018 Part Two and the LGBTQ—- Report.

Uncooperative Radio 06-18-18 Live!

@10pm ET
We start the show with a Prayer. Because yesterday was Father’s Day, we will list the police officers that have died in the line of duty in 2018 part one and the importance of Dads in an increasingly Fatherless America. Followed by, more Marijuana news, the corrupt and manipulative origins of the FBI, who was John Edgar Hoover, really and The LGBTQ—- Report

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