Show Notes 10-21-17

Saturday Show 10-21-17

Hysterical Judge refuses to let go of Sheriff Joe
A federal judge whose control over a contempt citation she issued against former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio vanished when President Trump pardoned him is insisting that while the lawman won’t be punished, the conviction must remain on his record.
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Google admits its new smart speaker eavesdropped on user
A major flaw has been detected in the newly-unveiled Google Home Mini speaker that allows it to secretly record conversations without users knowing.
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Melaina saves taxpayers a Fortune By Making Shocking Cuts In Number of Aides At White House Compared To Lavish Michelle Obama
Melania is trying a new approach in the White House as our first lady, it’s called “respecting” the taxpayer. We all know by now how much Michelle Obama suffered in the White House, and if you don’t, you haven’t’ been watching the news, as she travels around speaking about how much she endured for the sake of appearances.
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Group: Memo shows Obama team obstructed deportation cases
A newly obtained memo shows that a top Obama legal office interfered with key immigration investigators in deportation cases, bolstering a congressional charge that the government was losing half of those legal cases on purpose, according to an immigration reform group.
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Exclusive: Grandmother who thwarts kidnapper says she told him don’t move or I’ll shoot
A pistol-packing grandmother says she kept her cool and waited for the right moment to pull her gun on a kidnapper with a knife.
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Trump admin scraps EPA’s Deceitful sue and settle trick
Limited government advocates and property-rights champions are cheering Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt for publicly announcing he will scrap the tactic known as “sue and settle” for as long as he is in office.
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Michigan university offering first-ever degree in marijuana studies
Looking to capitalize on the rising demand for cannabis, Northern Michigan University is offering a marijuana-focused degree — but stoners need not apply.
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Father of soldier slain in Niger Defends President Trump: “My Son Knew What He Signed Up For”…This Is “Not About Donald Trump And This Isn’t About a Damn Phone Call!”
When Americans heard about the tragic deaths of the four U.S. troops, killed in an attack by Islamic extremists in Niger, on October 4, their first thought for most of us, was sadness for the families of the brave troops.
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Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after Trump order
The Air Force could recall up to 1,000 retired pilots after President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at addressing what the Pentagon has described as an “acute shortage of pilots.”
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IG: 13 Afghan Military Trainees Have Disappeared Inside the U.S.
Thirteen Afghans who came to the United States for military training between 2005 and 2017 went AWOL here and have not been accounted for, according to an inspector general’s report.
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Scientists Just Found the Perfect Spot to Build an Underground Colony on the Moon
For years, scientists have wondered if dark, crater-like features on the lunar surface might be entrances to giant caverns carved long ago by flowing lava.
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Show Notes 10-07-17

Saturday Show 9-7-17

Donors of Anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ Group Revealed
The hidden donors to a prominent anti-Trump “resistance” organization are revealed in unredacted tax forms obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
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McDonald’s launches trial of ‘McVegan’ burger
Today, McDonald’s have launched the trial of their new burger, the McVegan. The trial is taking place at an outlet in Finland, which if successful, could expand worldwide.
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Federal Judge refuses to overturn Trump pardon of  Arpaioa
A federal judge on Wednesday upheld President Donald Trump’s pardon earlier this year of 85-year-old former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, rejecting legal challenges by outside groups.
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NFL players’ union teamed up with Soros to fund leftist advocacy groups
Even before its feud over the national anthem with President Trump, the NFL Players Association wasn’t on the same political team as many of its fans, judging from its contributions to leftist advocacy groups.
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Piscopo: NY Italians Dare Liberals Trying to Take Down Our Columbus Statue to ‘Bring It On’
Just try to take down New York Italian-Americans’ statue of Christopher Columbus, entertainer Joe Piscopo dares liberals against public memorials of the Italian explorer.
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Anheuser-Busch: ‘We Have No Plans to End Our NFL Sponsorship’
“We have no plans to end our NFL sponsorship,” an Anheuser-Busch spokesman told CNSNews.com Tuesday after heavy call volume on the subject prompted the company to set up an option on their toll-free phone line for customers to voice their opinions on the subject.
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ICE Arrests 500 Illegals in ‘Sanctuary’ Jurisdictions
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrested 498 people from 42 countries during a four-day operation that targeted illegal immigrants who were living in so-called “sanctuary” cities and counties.
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California becomes ‘sanctuary state’ in rebuke of Trump immigration policy
Under threat of possible retaliation by the Trump administration, Gov. Jerry Brown signed landmark “sanctuary state” legislation Thursday, vastly limiting who state and local law enforcement agencies can hold, question and transfer at the request of federal immigration authorities.
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Refugees continue to cross from US to Canada in unprecedented numbers
People seeking asylum are leaving America for Canada in unprecedented numbers. They pour in from around the globe. Some have been in the United States for just days or weeks. Others for years.
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U.S. Will Return to the Moon, Pence Says
The Trump administration is committed to as part of a broader push to prioritize human spaceflight and firm up U.S. dominance in the final frontier, Vice President Mike Pence said.
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Show notes 09-23-17

Saturday Show 9-23-17

Justice again backs Sheriff Joe, urges judge to erase convictions
Several lawsuits have been filed contending Arpaio’s pardon is unconstitutional. The Washington Time reported that the parties – identified as “political opponents” – were urging a federal judge in Arizona to ignore the pardon and order Arpaio to jail.
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Texas town offers to take Confederate statues
Suddenly removed or unwanted Confederate statues and monuments might find a new home in the Woodlands, Texas, after a town leader offered to accept them.
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Betsy DeVos scraps Obama-era college sexual misconduct rules
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Friday scrapped Obama-era guidance intended to better protect victims of sexual misconduct on college campuses, replacing it with an interim rule she says is meant to strike a more appropriate balance between those accused of sexual misdeeds and their accusers.
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Rep. Maxine Waters: ‘Impeachment Is About Whatever the Congress Says It Is’
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), who previously has called for the impeachment of Donald Trump, on Thursday told a Congressional Black Caucus Town Hall on Civil Rights that she expects other members of the black community to back her up.
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Hungary set for fresh anti-Soros blitz
Hungary is set to launch another state “national consultation” about US financier and philanthropist George Soros, the government said Tuesday, six months before expected general elections.
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Feds seize enough Fentanyl to kill 32 million people
Federal authorities seized enough lethal doses of fentanyl to kill 32 million Americans during a single sting operation in New York City last month.
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3 Muslim women, 1 bloodied, called cops on Wassernan Schultz IT aide
Multiple women in relationships with Imran Awan, the indicted former IT aide for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, have recently called Virginia law enforcement and alleged being abused by him, police reports obtained under Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act show.
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Pope Francis Says Concern for ‘Cultural Identity’ Doesn’t Justify Opposition to Mass Migration
Pope Francis spoke out strongly Friday in favor of welcoming more migrants throughout Europe, telling his hearers to beware of the “intolerance, discrimination and xenophobia” that have sprung up around the continent.
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In Geller beheading plot, men ‘hoped to achieve martyrdom’
An Everett man dismissed by his own lawyer as a fat, failed loner was the mastermind in a plot to behead conservative columnist Pamela Geller, his alleged co-conspirator testified yesterday.
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Show Notes 08-26-2017

Saturday Show 8-26-17

Trump Administration Again Declines to Endorse ‘Two-State’ Solution
Seven months into the Trump administration, Palestinian leaders say they still don’t know what President Trump’s position is on their conflict with Israel, frustrated that he refuses to commit publicly to the so-called “two-state solution” as the key to resolving it.
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Breitbart, other ‘alt-right’ websites are the darlings of Russian propaganda effort
Amid an investigation into Russian meddling in the last U.S. presidential election, a Russian propaganda Twitter network aimed at American audiences consistently spreads links to Breitbart and other right-wing or conspiracy theory websites that boost President Trump and bash Democrats.
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Southern Poverty Law Center ‘hate group’ label hit in evangelicals’ lawsuit
A prominent evangelical ministry has filed a federal lawsuit against the left-leaning Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), saying it defamed the Christian organization as an “active hate group” because it endorses the biblical view of homosexuality.
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President Trump pardons Sheriff Arpaio
The White House announced late Friday that President Donald Trump has granted a presidential pardon to Joe Arpaio, former Maricopa, Arizona, County sheriff.
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President Trump’s Accomplishments During His First 6 Months
1) KILLED TPP
2) Had a major victory on sugar exports from Mexico, made Mexico drop the exports % and the amount of refined sugar. This will help our sugar industry and the US sugar mills that produce refined sugar from raw sugar.
3) Notified Congress of NAFTA renegotiation on May 18th. Talks can start 90 days later on Aug 16th, 2017
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Zinke: No National Monuments to Be Eliminated
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced Thursday he will not recommend the removal of any national monuments, assuaging the fears of some opponents who warned that vast public lands and marine areas could be stripped of federal protection.
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Show Notes 11-15-15

Sunday show 11-15-15

Black Jack Pershing
Once in US history an episode of Islamic terrorism was very quickly stopped. It happened in the Philippines about 1911, when Gen. John J. Pershing was in command of the garrison. There had been numerous Islamic terrorist attacks, so “Black Jack” told his boys to catch the perps and teach them a lesson.
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Bernie Sanders: Climate Change is Greatest Security Threat and ‘Directly Related to Growth of Terrorism’
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said in the Democratic debate on CBS News on Saturday night that climate change is the greatest national security threat America faces and is “directly related to the growth of terrorism.”
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Speaker Ryan: ‘Veterans Fought to Preserve Our Heritage, But It’s Up to Us to Pass on That Heritage’
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), speaking Wednesday at a Veterans Day event in Racine, said the best way to honor those who fought and died for their country is to teach children what those veterans were fighting to save.
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Baltimore records 300th homicide of the year
Baltimore has recorded its 300th homicide of the year. Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said in a statement Saturday evening that it was a “sad homicide milestone.” He said that “it’s important to pause and vow to continue our collective fight to find a better path forward.”
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Operation Wetback
Fifty-three years ago, when newly elected Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America’s southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.
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Sheriff Joe beats Obama to Supreme Court on amnesty
The Obama administration plans to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the Constitution does not allow the president to change laws passed by Congress.
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Feds to ban smoking in public housing
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is moving forward with regulations to ban smoking in public housing.
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Interior Department: Delmarva Peninsula Fox Squirrel No Longer at Risk of Extinction
The Department of the Interior (DOI) announced on Friday that one on the animals included on the first list of endangered species nearly a half century ago is no longer at risk of extinction.
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Attorney: If Americans Don’t Fight For Religious Liberty, They Will Lose It
Hostile attacks on religion freedom are increasing at a dramatic pace, and if Americans don’t stand up and fight for their First Amendment rights, they will lose them, warns attorney and constitutional scholar Kelly Shackelford.
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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 04/14/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 04/14/2013
Gun Bill Vote: Senate Overcomes GOP Filibuster Effort To Begin Debate
The Senate cleared a major procedural hurdle on Thursday as it voted to overcome a Republican filibuster effort and begin debate on a gun control package.
Suspects dead after attempted home invasion
Two men who attempted to invade a Fayetteville home early Friday morning died after a gun fight with the homeowner, according to WTVD.
WTVD reports the exchange of gunfire happened shortly after 3:30 a.m. at a house in the 7500 block of Levi Road.

Pope tells priests to practice what they preach otherwise Church will loose credibility
Pope Francis told priests on Sunday to practice what they preach, saying the church’s credibility was on the line. During a Mass to formally take possession of one of the Vatican basilicas in Rome, Francis said ordinary Catholics need to “see in our actions what they hear from our lips.
Mother of Sandy Hook Victim Delivers White House Weekly Address
In a message traditionally reserved for the president, Francine Wheeler, whose 6-year-old son Ben was among the 20 students and six educators killed at Sandy Hook Elementary last year, delivered the White House’s weekly address today, urging the country to come together to support measures that proponents say will alleviate gun violence.
Who mailed live explosive to Sheriff Joe?
Authorities have confirmed that an apparent bomb addressed to Maricopa, Ariz., County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was uncovered and diverted, and now investigators are beginning to look into a list of his enemies for any links or connections.
Protesters removed from Massachusetts Senate during finance debate
A group of anti-tax protesters has been evicted from the Senate gallery after briefly disrupting debate Saturday on a transportation finance plan that calls for about $500 million in new state taxes.
Obama moves to take horse meat off menu
Buried inside President Obama’s budget this week is a demand that Congress stop inspections of horse meat slaughter plants — a move that would halt the industry, just as it’s poised to ramp up again.


Man tries to take photo of beaver; it kills him
A fisherman in Belarus was bitten to death by a beaver, and all he was doing was trying to take its picture, Sky News reports. The man spotted the beaver while fishing with friends at Lake Shestakov, but as he approached to take a photograph, the beaver bit him on the thigh.
Sundance the dog goes viral
The saga of Sundance, the $100-bill-eating dog, apparently appealed to a lot of people.A Google search Wednesday turned up 34,600 results for Wayne Klinkel’s story of his dog Sundance, who ate five $100 bills last Christmas, and his tale of woe in trying to pick up the digested remnants to recoup some of his loss.