Show Notes 05-13-2019

Monday show notes 05-13-19

Extracts from the Journals of my Campaigns
John Paul Jones part one
https://www.americanrevolution.org/jpj.php

He Tried to Quit His Union. The Law Didn’t Let Him, and He Lost His Government Job Instead.
https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/05/13/he-tried-to-quit-his-union-the-law-didnt-let-him-and-he-lost-his-government-job-instead/

Pentagon approves plan to shift $1.5B for wall along US-Mexico border
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/pentagon-approves-plan-to-shift-1-5b-for-wall-along-us-mexico-border/

IMMIGRATION CRIMES BIGGEST CATEGORY FOR FEDS
https://www.wnd.com/2019/05/immigration-crimes-biggest-category-for-feds/#IAtQ7Ovyc9BlIoiI.99

RACHEL MADDOW’S CAREER HIT ROCK BOTTOM WHEN SHE WAS FACED WITH THIS HARSH TRUTH
http://www.liberalpropagandaexposed.com/anti-trump-reporters/rachel-maddows-career-hit-rock-bottom-when-she-was-faced-with-this-harsh-truth/

CNN SAW THE ONE NUMBER THAT COULD CAUSE THEM TO PULL THE PLUG
http://www.liberalpropagandaexposed.com/fake-news/cnn-saw-the-one-number-that-could-cause-them-to-pull-the-plug/

Uncooperative Radio 05-13-19 Live!

Live! at 9:00pm ET topics:
The Pledge. Then, a Frederic Bastiat quote, we will start with a history lesson with Extracts from the Journals of John Paul Jones, what are the Unions up to now, The Illegal Alien Invasion Report and Medical Madness, if we get to it.

Show Notes 03-02-2018

Friday  Show Notes 03-02-18

Illegal immigrants have no automatic right to freedom, Supreme Court rules
Immigrants being held for deportation don’t have an automatic right under the law to post bond and be set free, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a decision that could give the Trump administration more freedom to pursue stiff detention policies for illegal immigrants who show up at the border claiming asylum.
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280,000 Americans endorse anti-terror benefit of Muslim ban
A friend-of-the-court brief by the American Center for Law and Justice was filed in the case against the president’s executive order halting arrivals from Chad, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, North Korea, Venezuela and Yemen.
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Supreme’s looking at mandatory union dues, again!
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments over whether labor unions can force non-members to pay dues when they hold public sector jobs, and the upcoming verdict may have a major impact on organized labor going forward.
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Purim
The Persian Empire of the 4th century BCE extended over 127 lands, and all the Jews were its subjects. When King Ahasuerus had his wife, Queen Vashti, executed for failing to follow his orders, he arranged a beauty pageant to find a new queen.
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Sessions silent no longer in face of Trump’s wrath
Like so many political rivals he dispatched during a scorched-earth campaign for the White House, President Trump publicly shamed his attorney general as weak or beleaguered.
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Amid firestorm, Mike Huckabee resigns from CMA Foundation board
Less than one day after his appointment was announced, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has resigned from the CMA Foundation board of directors, following criticism from multiple members of the country music industry.
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Show Notes 01-12-2017

Friday Show Notes 01-12-17

California Farmers Stymied in Bid for Labor Law Records
In a win for California’s powerful lobbying industry, a state appeals court ruled Monday that the state’s negotiations with labor unions regarding a 2015 employment law are privileged and can remain hidden from the public.
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The Hillary scandal everyon’s ignoring
With the Clinton Foundation now under Department of Justice scrutiny over allegations of “pay for play” politics, it’s clear that while the Clintons’ political power may be fading, their propensity for scandal isn’t going away.
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U.S. National Mango Board Runs on $6.7 Million a Year
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch reported this week that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) maintains a National Mango Board, which operates on a $6.7 million budget, solely to “increase the consumption of fresh mangos in the United States,” according to its USDA website.
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Aid recipient to US: keep your money
When the United Nations condemned President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the U.S. responded by cutting $285 million of its funding for the international organization.
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State Department Rolls Out New Travel Alert System, Ranking Every Nation 1, 2, 3 or 4
The U.S. State Department on Wednesday launched its new travel advisory program, which is intended to inform Americans about the risks they may face when they travel abroad.
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange granted Ecuadorian citizenship
Ecuador has granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the country’s London embassy for more than five years. Ecuador’s foreign minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa said Assange was naturalised as a citizen on 12 December, at his request.
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McDonald’s to eliminate foam drink cups from menu, work toward ‘fiber-based packaging’
Say goodbye to polystyrene, and hello to “fiber-based packaging.” On Wednesday, McDonald’s announced that it would be eliminating foam packaging from its worldwide supply chain by the end of 2018, along with news that it plans to further its efforts to source its “fiber-based packaging” from recycled sources by 2020.
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Facebook blocks funding for major pro-life movie
A crowdfunding site for a theatrical drama in production that promises to tell the “true story” of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that established a “right” to abortion has been blocked by Facebook.
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Online love scams break hearts and leave many in financial ruin
The 40-year-old woman from a western state told Fox News that she exchanged private messages with a man who sent her dozens of photos and a promise of a better life.
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Show Notes 03-11-17

Saturday Show 3-11-17

Massive Oil Discovery in Alaska Is Biggest Onshore Find in U.S. in 30 years
Some 1.2 billion barrels of oil have been discovered in Alaska, marking the biggest onshore discovery in the U.S. in three decades. The massive find of conventional oil on state land could bring relief to budget pains in Alaska brought on by slumping production in the state and the crash in oil prices.
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New Trump travel ban can’t be enforced on Syrian family trying to flee to Wisconsin, judge says
A federal judge on Friday blocked President Trump ‘s administration from enforcing his new travel ban against a Syrian family looking to escape their war-torn homeland by fleeing to Wisconsin.
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Book filled with blank pages tops Amazon’s best seller list
A joke book “written” by a conservative author and filled with blank pages in a dig at Democrats is the top selling book on Amazon.
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INVESTIGATORS SAY THREATS TO JEWISH GROUPS IN US AND UK ARE LINKED
Scotland Yard and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are investigating more than a hundred bomb threats made to Jewish groups in the United States and Britain since Jan. 7, US and UK law enforcement and Jewish community officials said.
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Maxine Waters Implicates Barack Obama in the Spying Scandal
Maxine Waters just implicated Barack Obama in the spying scandal. Along these lines, what did she mean in 2013 when she said Obama has a secret database with “information about everything on every individual”?
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Look Ma, no hands! No steering wheel needed under new Calif. car rules
Under newly proposed California self-driving car rules, the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles will let companies test autonomous vehicles that lack that quintessential car component, the steering wheel.
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Pope open to studying ordination of married men as priests
Pope Francis says the church must study whether it’s possible to ordain married men to minister in remote communities facing priest shortages.
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Iowa Teens Blasted For Wearing ‘Offensive’ Patriotic Attire to Basketball Game
Students at an Iowa high school who dressed up in America-themed red, white and blue clothing at a basketball game are being blasted for their insensitive attire because one of the teams has players from refugee families.
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Mississippi House to colleges: Fly flag or lose tax break
Mississippi universities that refuse to fly the Confederate-themed state flag could lose proposed tax breaks, the latest twist in a long battle over a symbol critics see as racist.
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Anti-Feminist Flier ‘Hate Crime’ Suspect Sought by American University Police
American University police are investigating a “hate crime” on campus and asking for help identifying the suspect who posted anti-feminist fliers around the school Tuesday.
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Union tips off Border Patrol in immigration crackdown
Federal agents are not the only ones trying to remove people from the Buffalo area who have entered the country illegally. If Bill Bing, a carpenters union official, discovers workers at local construction projects suspected of being in the country illegally, the union tips off authorities.
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18,762 Illegal Border Crossings in February, 40% Drop From January’s 31,578
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is hailing “a marked change” in immigration trends – a 40-percent decline in illegal border crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border between January and February; and a 55-percent decline in “inadmissibles,” who present themselves at Southwest ports of entry but are turned away.
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Robots and the Cloud Help Homebound Kids Attend School
Robots are interacting with patients in medical facilities, handling material in warehouses, working in manufacturing, and helping ill children attend school—all with a hand from the Cloud.
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#March4Trump Clashes Was Just More Proof ANTIFA Groups Are Domestic Terrorists
The ANTIFA movements are becoming another target that I feel I need to strike with my writing.  The mainstream media is covering up for these groups that follow a communist ideology.
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Show Notes 02-11-2017

Saturday Show 2-11-17

California boy, 7, saves $10G for college after starting recycling business
A 7-year-old California boy is being praised for his entrepreneurial skill and love for the environment after he made $10,000 by starting his own recycling business — cash he said he’s saving for college.
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Swarming crowds and hostile questions are the new normal at GOP town halls
Republicans in deep-red congressional districts spent the week navigating massive crowds and hostile questions at their town hall meetings — an early indication of how progressive opposition movements are mobilizing against the agenda of the GOP and President Trump.
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TRUMP SUPPORTERS WARNED IT’S TIME FOR SELF-DEFENSE
Are you ready to rumble? That’s the question the Knights of Socialism at the University of Central Florida used to advertise their new Leftist Fight Club, which is open to the entire campus – except Republicans.
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Black plastic covers windows, blocking reporters’ views of Trump golfing
Reporters who are supposed to keep an eye on President Trump couldn’t see him Saturday morning. White House reporters tasked with covering Trump tweeted they were holed up in a clubhouse basement of the luxurious Trump National Jupiter Golf Club & Spa.
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Right-to-work court case could have national impact on unions
A landmark right-to-work lawsuit playing out in Illinois has captured widespread attention amid expectations the case could land before the Supreme Court – and potentially have national implications for an estimated 20 million government workers.
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BIG PAYDAY AFTER STATE FIRES PASTOR FOR CHRISTIAN BELIEFS
The state of Georgia has agreed to pay $225,000 to settle a complaint that it illegally discriminated against a lay pastor who was fired by the state’s Department of Public Health, apparently because of the content of his sermons.
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Bill Nye to Target ‘Religious Leaders,’ ‘Climate Deniers’ In Netflix Show
Bill Nye, “The Science Guy,” is one of the media’s favorite global warming alarmists. He will star in a new Netflix show called Bill Nye Saves the World which will debut in the Spring of 2017.
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District tells teacher: Put faith ‘into folder hidden in desk’
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to fix the outcome of a series of hearings and rulings in the lower courts that erupted when a New York school district told one teacher, under threat of dismissal, to keep her faith in “a folder to be kept hidden in her desk.”
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Fed-up cop blows whistle on immigrant crime
A Swedish police officer and senior investigator in the serious-crimes division is under internal investigation after taking to Facebook to describe his work week and the nationalities of those he has to deal with.
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Georgetown Islamic Studies Professor: Slavery OK, So is Non-Consensual Sex
A professor at Georgetown University is teaching his students that men do not need consent to have sex with women, and that slavery is justifiable under Islamic teachings.
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Show Notes 09-03-2015

Thursday show 09-03-15 

 New Robotic Exoskeleton Is Controlled by Human Thoughts 
One big, robotic foot and then the other; that’s how a man wearing a clunky-looking exoskeleton makes his way across the room. The machine’s motors are noisy and its movements are painfully slow, but these details seem to fade into the background when you realize how the man is controlling the cumbersome contraption: He’s doing it with his mind.
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Ruling could ease way for unionizing at fast-food chains
It could be easier for unions to bargain for better pay and working conditions on behalf of millions of workers at McDonald’s, Burger King and other fast-food chains after a National Labor Relations Board ruling on Thursday.
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Girls take action over transgender in locker room 
Almost 200 students at a Missouri high school don’t care if transgender student Lila Perry identifies as a female — they want the senior to use the boys locker room.
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Author defends black lives matter textbook for 6th graders 
ABDO, a Minnesota-based book publisher, is set to release a middle school textbook written by Professor Duchess Harris and Sue Bradford Edwards about the anti-police movement Black Lives Matter.
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School district investigating mass Baptism at football practice
The video, posted by First Baptist Villa Rica, was shot on school grounds just before football practice. “We had the privilege of baptizing a bunch of football players and a coach on the field of Villa Rica High School!
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World War ll
World War Two began in September 1939 when Britain and France declared war on Germany following Germany’s invasion of Poland. Although the outbreak of war was triggered by Germany’s invasion of Poland, the causes of the war are more complex.
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Ex State Dept staffer who set up Clinton home server to take 5th Amendment before Congress
The Washington Post reported Wednesday night that a former Hillary Clinton State Department staffer who reportedly set up her home brew server will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights and refuse to testify to Congressional committees investigating Clinton’s home email system.
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Chris Christie Yells At Town Hall Attendee For Quoting His Own Comments On Climate Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie thinks that human exhalation is a cause of climate change. Or he thinks that statement is “ridiculous.” Either might be true.
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Judge jails Christian clerk
A federal judge who previously has sided with arguments for partial-birth abortion and homosexual clubs in public schools ordered jail on Thursday for a Kentucky county clerk who refused to violate her faith and issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
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