Show Notes 08-02-2018

Thursday show notes 08-02-18

Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film Makes Incendiary Claims About Democrats’ History
Death of a Nation’ premieres in Los Angeles on Tuesday where several prominent conservatives in Hollywood and in politics are expected to walk the red carpet.
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Vietnam vet killed by police after fighting off naked intruder who attacked his grandson
Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War was fatally shot by police in his home after he shot and killed a naked intruder who was attacking his grandson.
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TRUMP SURPRISES LIMBAUGH TO CELEBRATE 30 YEARS
On the 30th anniversary of the commencement of his national radio program, Rush Limbaugh took a high-priority call Wednesday that caught the veteran broadcaster off guard.
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Paul Kengor: ‘A Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism and Socialism’
Communism wanted to disrupt the social order, particularly when it comes to property, which is the opposite of the goal of conservatism, author and professor Paul Kengor said Wednesday at the Young America’s Foundation’s National Conservative Student Conference in Washington, D.C.
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More than 450 people in Florida ordered to give up guns under new law, report says
Hundreds of gun owners in Florida have been ordered to give up their guns under a new law that took effect after the deadly Parkland shooting in February, according to a report published Monday.
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Sen. Schumer on 3D Guns: Trump Administration ‘Enslaved by the NRA’
Commenting on President Donald Trump’s remarks about the private sector publishing the blueprints for printing 3D guns, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the administration is “enslaved” by the National Rifle Association (NRA), and when the NRA “says jump, they say, how high?
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Show Notes 06-06-2018

Wednesday show notes 06-06-18

D- Day
June 1944 was a major turning point of World War II, particularly in Europe. Although the initiative had been seized from the Germans some months before, so far the western Allies had been unable to mass sufficient men and material to risk an attack in northern Europe.
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The Bedford Boys Ultimate Sacrifice on D-Day
The following is Chapter 11, “Dog Beach”, from the book “The Bedford Boys: One American Town’s Ultimate D-Day Sacrifice” by Alex Kershaw (Da Capo Press, 2004).
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Overview of Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
The first theme in The Wealth of Nations is that regulations on commerce are ill-founded and counter-productive. The prevailing view was that gold and silver was wealth, and that countries should boost exports and resist imports in order to maximize this metal wealth.
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Limbaugh: story of the decade being suppressed
The figure was just one on a list of good-news reports Friday about the American job outlook, and talk-radio star Rush Limbaugh jumped on the naysayers, including Obama, for not having the faith and hope that America needs.
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Border arrests remain near peak of Trump era
U.S. border agents made more than 50,000 arrests in May for the third month in a row, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday, an indication that escalating enforcement tactics by the Trump administration – including separating migrant parents from their children – has not had an immediate deterrent effect.
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Show Notes 08-13-2015

Thursday show 08-13-15
Connecticut On Its Latest Cash Grab: It’s Not Greed When We Do It
Those possessing the anti-capitalist mentality — so ascendant in our culture today — often critique market actors as being solely motivated by “greed.” Surely economic systems based on nobler motivations, they say, would better promote the long-run interests of the planet.
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In Greece, Reliance on Public Funds Is the Central Problem
The main puzzle behind Greece is simple from a praxeological standpoint — you get more of what you subsidize and less of what you tax. Greece, being a nation with a high tax rate on production and a high subsidy rate on public assistance, will generate a population that finds greater preference toward public assistance and away from productive labor.
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Rush: orders from GOP donors to take out Trump
On Friday, Limbaugh began by telling listeners how, on the day of Thursday’s debate, he had learned “that big-time Republican donors had ordered to take out Donald Trump in the debate last night.”
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Lerner brands Republicans evil and dishonest in newly released emails
Newly released emails from Lois Lerner show the former IRS official at the heart of the Tea Party targeting scandal calling Republican critics “evil and dishonest,” and even “hateful.”
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Three more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault
The list of women accusing comedian and actor Bill Cosby of sexual assault grew by three Wednesday, as two actresses and a former airline stewardess made their allegations public.
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Six cultures’ favorite junk foods
When many people think of Americans, visuals of potato chip-crusted couch surfers come to mind. But we’re not the only country with a penchant for junk food. For every Dorito, Twinkie, Slim Jim and Pop Tart in America, there’s an ethnic equivalent in another country. Take a look at how the rest of the world snacks.
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Show Notes 10/16/2014

Thursday Show 10/16/14
Special guest tonight, Jim Horn author of Moslem Men Fear Woman
CDC denies enterovirus link to illegal-alien kids
The CDC denies a causal link between the surge of illegal-alien children from Latin America and the enterovirus D-68 outbreak in the United States, but government data show the virus was rare in the U.S. before this year.
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Obama expected to order National Guard to Liberia
President Obama is expected to issue an executive order to put National Guard boots on the ground in Liberia to help stop the spread of Ebola, according to a report Thursday.
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Army Secretary: “I certainly would not suggest any family member not to be worried”
Ebola is “a very concerning matter,” Secretary of the Army John McHugh told reporters on Wednesday. “I certainly would not suggest to any family, don’t be worried, don’t be concerned. Every time a solider goes forward on any mission, there’s concern. And — and this is a very concerning matter.”
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Government spends 2 cents to make 1 penny
The cost for the U.S. government to produce pennies and nickels is more than the face value of the coins, a government watchdog points out. Judicial Watch, in a statement Wednesday, called it an “egregious waste” and a “fleecing.” The U.S. Treasury’s practice, Judicial Watch said, “means hundreds of millions of coins have been sold well below cost.”
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White House pool reporters seeking own news distribution
Pool reports: Those summaries of the president’s public appearances that go to the media at large, are filed by a rotating group of journalists whose work is intended to be free of content changes by the White House.
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Small Group of Liberal Activists Isn’t Denying Using Automated Software to Target Tweets at Limbaugh Advertisers
A small group of liberal activists who want conservative talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh off the air are not denying–as stated in an investigative report posted on Limbaugh’s website–that they have used automated software to generate massive numbers of negative tweets to companies they apparently have never patronized but that advertise on Limbaugh’s show.
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Show Notes 03/28/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Thursday 03/28/2013

Marine Veteran fights cancer and government
Marine veteran Tom Gervasi has spent the last 10 years fighting cancer and the U.S. government.
The 76-year-old Sarasota man has a rare form of breast cancer that he believes is due to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, where he trained in the mid-1950s.


Limbaugh hits O’Reilly for bible thumpers comment.
Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly argued Tuesday that opponents of same-sex marriage have not “been able to do anything but thump the Bible.”

Movie Mad Matthews: Pro-Second Amendment Voices Are Like the Nazis in Casablanca
Chris Matthews on Thursday took a break from comparing conservatives to Nazis and instead compared them to movie Nazis. The Hardball anchor opened the program by referencing the classic movie Casablanca.

WAPO’s Sally Quinn attacks Ben Carson for prayer breakfast speech
Maybe we should take to ironically nicknaming Sally Quinn as “Scoop” for this: On March 27, in a column headlined “Does Ben Carson Have a Prayer?” the Washington Post On Faith editor attacked Dr. Ben Carson for his National Prayer Breakfast speech delivered on February 7.

The Armed Citizen
Roger Mundell, Jr. entered his garage one morning only to be confronted by a seemingly rabid bobcat that had gained entry through an open door.
Senator John Cornyn R-TX doubles down on imaginary friends and border crossers
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) is at it again—apparently making up Texas friends with property overrun by border crossers.

New Space station crew to launch and dock today in cosmic first
After blasting off on a Russian rocket ride Thursday, March 28, three men are poised to make history by reaching the International Space Station faster than any astronauts to fly there before.
Splashdown! SpaceX Dragon Capsule Returns to Earth
An unmanned SpaceX space capsule  splashed down in the Pacific Ocean Tuesday (March 26), reaching the wet finish line of the spaceflight company’s second cargo delivery flight to the International Space Station for NASA.