Uncooperative Radio 07-09-18 Live!

@10pm ET Topics:
We start the show with a Prayer. Brian will explain the difference between judicial philosophies. Then, its the economy stupid! Followed by, 10 things you should know about the Humane Society, more news against home schooling and Who owns the weather?

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Show Notes 06-28-2018

Thursday show notes 06-28-18

Farmers in America are facing an economic and mental health crisis
“Think about trying to live today on the income you had 15 years ago.” That’s how agriculture expert Chris Hurt describes the plight facing U.S. farmers today.
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Supreme Court Trump travel ban decision is an important victory for our national security
The Trump administration won an important victory and America’s national security was strengthened Tuesday when the Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s travel ban that suspended the entry into the U.S. of foreigners from countries that are state sponsors of terrorism or pose other national security threats.
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Israel Deploys ‘Shoko Drones’ to Drop Skunk Water on Gaza Rioters
In response to criticism of its use of deadly weapon fire against Gaza rioters, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) will begin dropping skunk water on violent protesters, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced Wednesday.
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Return of Lost Tribe of Menashe Signals New Stage in Redemption
Rabbi Michael Freund, head of Shavei Israel, brought home another 225 Bnei Menashe this week as part of the return of the tribes of Israel that was prophesied to follow the return of Judah.
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School District Tells Coach, ‘If You Talk to God, You’re Fired’
First Liberty Institute attorney Michael Berry said Bremerton High School in Washington State picked on the wrong Marine. First Liberty is representing Joe Kennedy, a Marine and former assistant football coach at the local high school.
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‘They Had the Power’: Former Satanic High Priest Says Christian Prayers Hindered Him from Carrying Out Evil
John Ramirez once worshiped the devil and carried out evil in the name of Satan. Now a pastor, he knows all about the dark side. He once sacrificed animals as part of satanic rituals and his friends even called him, “Lucifer’s son.”
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In sign of detente, North Korea skips annual anti-US rally
In another sign of detente following the summit between leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, North Korea has decided to skip one of the most symbolic and politically charged events of its calendar: the annual “anti-U.S. imperialism” rally marking the start of the Korean War.
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Uncooperative Radio 06-27-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET
We will start the show with a liberty quote. Then, what the hell is going on, on the Farm! The Fuzzy Muzzy Report meets President Trump and the Nation of Israel. What is the Supreme Court up to now and the war on Christians.

Valerie Jarrett’s Chicago-fueled Power Matrix

From Illinios Review:

Americans may have voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, but it’s Valerie Jarrett that’s running the country. Most of the Obamas’ closest allies are from Chicago, as are the vast majority of Jarrett’s insider power matrix. The chart below doesn’t mention Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the Obama’s pastor Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Eric Whittaker, Arne Duncan, Lisa Madigan, Mike Madigan or the Pritzkers – all from Chicago, too.

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H/T: Janie Johnson

Uncooperative Radio 06-13-18 Live!

@10:00pm ET
We will start the show with a liberty quote. I will opine on the North Korea summit. Then, our new segment: Hollyweird. Followed by technology news, China is not our friend, The Constitution is the Solution, and the men who sacrificed for a country not their own.

Show Notes 06-08-2018

Friday Show Notes 06-08-18

Geologist finds massive Alaskan oil well on a hunch
Bill Armstrong, the CEO Opens a New Window. of Armstrong Oil & Gas, told FOX Business Opens a New Window. He risked a big chunk of his own money on a hunch that he spotted a large pool of oil in Alaska.
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Stormy Daniels’ new fragrance, Truth, getting mixed reaction on social media
Stormy Daniels took to social media on Wednesday morning to announce the release of Truth, her new “sensual pheromone infused” fragrance. Fans of the adult entertainer congratulated her on the news — with several vowing to pre-order the unisex perfume/cologne — but not everyone was as enthused by her announcement.
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Police officer helps turtle cross road in torrential downpour
A Maryland police officer is winning praise for helping one of the smallest residents in her city – a snapping turtle – cross the road, in torrential downpour.
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It spreads: libraries push cross-dressing on young kids
Some libraries today have moved far beyond their historic purpose of being a resource for books, music, movies, maps and reference materials. Now they’re pushing cross-dressing for children with their “Drag Story Hours.”
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Kraft Heinz paying kids slapped with lemonade stand fines
Kraft Heinz paying kids slapped with lemonade stand finesKids getting busted and fined by cops for running neighborhood lemonade stands without permits could come to an end this summer—thanks to food giant Kraft Heinz.
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Opa-locka officers pitch in to help homeless family
A homeless family of six living out of their car has been given a new chance at life with a temporary home. The Opa-locka Police Department pitched in along with members of the community to help provide the family with a new home.
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Ben Carson: HUD Now Measuring Success by How Many People ‘Graduate Out’ of Gov’t Programs
Freedom from government programs, not increased dependence on them, is the new measure of success, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Dr. Ben Carson said Monday.
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Bison gores California woman at Yellowstone National Park, officials say
A California woman was gored by a bison in Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday, park officials said. Kim Hancock, 59, of Santa Rosa, was in a crowd of people walking along a boardwalk at Fountain Paint Pot in the Lower Geyser Basin when the attack occurred, according to a statement from Yellowstone.
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‘Gigantic’ moose chases Utah golfers in viral video
A “gigantic” moose on the loose in Utah gave a pair of Memorial Day golfers a serious scare in a clip that has since gone viral on Facebook. Mark Redican and his wife were enjoying a round at Park City Golf Club when a staffer informed the couple that the massive mammal was in the area, Fox 19 reported.
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Giant gators surround couple during ‘snappy’ proposal at Florida theme park
A Belgian couple visiting Florida celebrated their engagement on Sunday surrounded by a group of onlookers with rather toothy grins. In the photos posted by Gatorland in Orlando, Sam van Reeth can be seen proposing to his now-fiancée, Chana Vranken, with a swarm of alligators in the background.
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Show notes 05-30-2018

Wednesday show notes 05/30/18

Harvey Weinstein indicted on multiple rape & sex crime charges by grand jury
“A Grand Jury has voted to indict Harvey Weinstein on charges of Rape in the First and Third Degrees, and Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. this afternoon. Read the two-page indictment here, but a warning there are some graphic descriptions of sex acts within it.
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Ambien maker responds to Roseanne Barr: ‘Racism is not a known side effect’
The drug manufacturer Sanofi has clarified that one of its most popular medications, the sedative Ambien, does not cause racism. Sanofi tweeted: “While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication.”
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Kids’movie throws long on fire of child sex abuse
Filmmaker Global Road Entertainment has failed – big time – to fulfill its promise to clean up scenes in a children’s movie in which a talking police dog is required to let his genitals be fondled.
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Hospital offers treatment for cryptocurrency addicts
Gambling can be addictive. So can spending money. Even collecting things. Just think of all those stories of hoarders’ apartments filled to the light fixtures. Now trading in cryptocurrencies has been found to be addictive, according to a hospital in Scotland, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
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Glasses wearers really are more intelligent – it’s in the genes
It may seem merely a cliche born of centuries of educated people straining their eyes in dimly-lit libraries, but new genetic research suggests those who wear glasses really are more intelligent.
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Scientists Have Figured Out How to 3D-Print Part of the Human Eye
Researchers at the University of Newcastle in England report that they managed to replicate human corneas using a 3D printer and a “bio-ink” made of stem cells from a donor cornea, alginate (a substance found in algae) and the protein collagen.
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Daily on Healthcare: Trump signs bill giving patients ‘right to try’ experimental drugs
President Trump on today signed legislation into law that gives patients the “right to try” experimental drugs, cementing a major policy priority for the White House.
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Trump’s Budget: $984 Billion Deficit Next Year
When you read the budget message President Donald Trump sent Congress earlier this year, you soon come across a concession that Washington insiders have been making for years — just before they vote for bills they know will massively increase the federal debt.
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