Show Notes 09-12-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-12-18

Hurricane Maria victims never received huge stockpile of water bottles, viral photos show
As Hurricane Florence barrels towards the Carolina coast, photos purportedly showing millions of undistributed water bottles meant for Hurricane Maria victims that have been sitting on an airstrip in Puerto Rico for over a year have gone viral on social media.
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Coast Guard Led 9-11 Water Evacuation Was ‘Bigger Than Dunkirk’
The U.S. Coast Guard led a water evacuation of more than 500,000 people from Manhattan following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center towers in an action that moved more people from the island than the 1940 evacuation of Allied troops from France, according to a new oral history of former USCG commandant, Adm. James Loy.
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The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund dispatched a records request to the Gilroy Unified School District because of a possible constitutional violation for letting the Muslim groups indoctrinate students.
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The Department of Education is scaring parents with wildly exaggerated school shooting stats
It’s easy to get spooked when you see news of school shootings on television and social media. It often seems like these incidents are on the rise. But how prevalent are they really?
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College pays out $12,000 after rejecting pro-lifers’ request for $300
A lawsuit against Ball State University’s restriction of funding to student groups with which it disagrees has been dropped in response to a change in policy.
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The Top Five Ways Obama Attacked the Free Press
It’s been over a year and a half since Obama left office, but it still bothers me hearing him speak. Between his trying to take credit for the Trump economy and his claim that he, unlike Trump, didn’t “threaten the freedom of the press,” it’s hard not to get angry when he speaks because virtually everything he says is a lie.
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Trump Disputes ‘Gutless’ NYT Op-Ed: ‘They Had Me Screaming, Shouting Like a Lunatic
President Trump last Thursday challenged media depictions of him having hysterical tantrums in the White House over the New York Times op-ed by an anonymous “senior administration official” claiming to be “part of the resistance inside the Trump administration.”
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New spray for laundry-averse millennials makes dirty clothes smell fresh
A spray has been developed that makes dirty clothes smell fresh and appear crease-free — as millennials can’t be bothered to wash or hang them. About 60 percent of 22 to 37-year-olds say they are too tired to do the washing.
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Uncooperative Radio 09-12-18 Live!

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We will start the show with a liberty quote. Puerto Rico is a hell hole. Did you know about the 9-11 Water Evacuations? We will tell you. Then, the Fuzzy Muzzy report meets what’s up with our schools, they blinded me with science

Show Notes 08-16-2018

Thursday show notes 08-16-18

Changes to Lord’s Prayer to Be Made Official in Italy
The Italian bishops conference announced Tuesday that changes to the Lord’s Prayer proposed by Pope Francis will take effect in Italy this November.
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DOJ: Iraqi Refugee Living in California Had Terrorist Connections
Omar Ameen, 45, an Iraqi national and suspected member of ISIS who came to the United States as a refugee, will be extradited to Iraq where he faces charges of murdering an Iraqi police officer, the Justice Department announced on Wednesday.
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Food Donated To Puerto Rico Hurricane Victims Found Rotting In Parking Lot
Ten shipping containers filled with food, baby products, and over-the-counter medications like Tylenol — all supplies desperately needed in the days and weeks following Hurricane Maria — were found rotting in a Puerto Rico parking lot last week, never distributed.
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Washington judge throws out children’s climate change lawsuit
King County Superior Court Judge Michael Scott ruled in favor of the State of Washington’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, Aji P. v. State of Washington. The 13 young activists in the suit argue that the state is violating their constitutional rights through actions that cause climate change.
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The CEO of major online retailing platform Shopify deleted a post detailing the company’s commitment to free speech this week as the company began purging gun-related retailers.
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The author of 18 bestselling books, Robert Spencer is known for regularly pointing out that the perpetrators of more than 33,000 terrorist attacks since 9/11 have cited Islamic scripture as the motivation for their often deadly acts of violence.
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Red tide crisis: The science behind the toxic algae bloom on Florida’s Gulf Coast
Florida’s red tide, which was declared an emergency by Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, has been devastating marine life on Florida’s Gulf Coast this summer. Beaches have been littered with dead sea life as a result of the naturally occurring toxic algae.
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China Just Tested a Hypersonic Weapon That Could Launch Nukes at 6 Times the Speed of Sound
China successfully tested a hypersonic aircraft on Friday (Aug. 3), one that could one day be capable of firing nuclear missiles around the planet at up to six times the speed of sound, according to China’s state-run news site China Daily.
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Bug-Sized Robot Competitors to Swarm DARPA’s ‘Robot Olympics’
Picture the Olympic Games — except instead of human athletes, the competitors are all insect-sized robots. That’s the scenario proposed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), representatives said in a statement.
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Show Notes 01-13-2018

Saturday Show 01-13-17 

Cliven Bundy case: How big a problem is prosecutorial misconduct?
Cliven Bundy wanted to walk out of the courtroom in his jail jumpsuit and ankle shackles. Deputy marshals blocked him from doing that. But if it hadn’t been for “flagrant misconduct” committed by federal prosecutors and investigators in the case, the Nevada cattleman may not have been walking out at all.
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‘Pro-America’ Black Rifle Coffee becoming popular among conservatives, founder says
Black Rifle Coffee Company is not where you go to get your average cup of Joe. The Salt Lake City-based venture is making waves with high-quality coffee while taking a pro-Trump, pro-gun and pro-military stance.
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Florida races to accommodate influx of Puerto Rican migrants
At Leslie Campbell’s office in the central Florida city of St. Cloud, the phone will not stop ringing. Director of special programs for the Osceola County School District, Ms. Campbell helps enroll students fleeing storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
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‘Stable genius’ is a merch windfall’
According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 3 people have already applied for rights to slap “stable genius” all over apparel. Problem is … only one can own the rights to put it on clothes.
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Congress raises concerns over Florida drilling exemption
The Trump administration may have violated federal law by exempting Florida from a national plan to expand offshore drilling, a Democratic senator charged Thursday.
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‘Give 3 good reasons for slavery:’ 4th-grade homework assignment sparks backlash, apology in Wauwatosa
 A homework assignment asked fourth-graders at a private school in Wauwatosa to argue why slavery was a good thing. It prompted an apology from the principal of Our Redeemer Lutheran School, who said the question wasn’t supposed to have an answer because there are no good reasons for slavery.
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Entire class punished for ‘microaggressive’ comments
A Columbia University professor recently described how an entire class was punished after some students used “microaggressive” language in an online chat.
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San Diego State College Republicans out professors they say indoctrinate students
One professor gave her students a white privilege quiz. Another declared classrooms as tools for “civil resistance.” A third called John McCain a “war criminal.”
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Veterans behind bars: US jails set aside special cellblocks
The military veterans playing cards in the Albany County jail wear the same orange uniforms as everyone else, with “INMATE” printed down the legs. But their service offers one distinct privilege: a special cellblock where they can work through problems they often share, such as substance use and post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Senior Pentagon Soldier to ISIS: Surrender or Get Beaten with a Shovel
In a blunt warning to the remaining ISIS fighters, Army Command Sgt. Maj. John Wayne Troxell said the shrinking band of militants could either surrender to the U.S. military or face death.
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VA Hospitals Could Be Left Vulnerable to Violence: Watchdog Report
The Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t following certain security standards at its hospitals and clinics that are required of all federal buildings, potentially putting patients and visitors at risk, the Government Accountability Office concluded in a report released Thursday.
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Show Notes 03-13-2016

Sunday Show 03-13-16

Snowmobile strikes Iditarod teams, kills dog and injures others
A man suspected of intentionally driving a snowmobile into teams of two mushers near the front of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was arrested Saturday in a Yukon River village.
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Huge victory in Alabama battle for same sex marriage
The Alabama Supreme Court upheld an earlier decision banning state officials from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples last week, and while the legal road is far from over for traditional marriage supporters, they believe the facts of the case and the Constitution are on their side.
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Don’t like Girl Scouts: here’s a better option
In recent years, the Girl Scouts have been mentioned in news stories relating to topics of promiscuity, sexual orientation, gender identity, abortion and Planned Parenthood.
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Oregon Governor signs landmark anti-coal bill law
With the stroke of Gov. Kate Brown’s signature Friday, Oregon became the first state to eradicate coal from its power supply through legislation and now boasts some of the most stringent demands for renewable energy among its state peers.
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New Iron Dome version can destroy tunnels
Israel has started testing a secret new weapon for defeating the tunnel systems which the Palestinian Hamas and Hizballah are busy digging for surprise attacks against Israel.
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Men should have the right to abort responsibility for an unborn child Swedish political group says
Sweden may well have among the most accepting views of abortion in the world — one recent poll found that 84 percent of the country supports a woman’s right to have an abortion whenever she wants one.
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Puerto Rico judge defies Supreme Court on same sex marriage
A federal judge in Puerto Rico has defied the U.S. Supreme Court’s establishment of “same-sex marriage,” refusing to strike down the commonwealth’s ban.
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