Show Notes 10-23-2018

Tuesday Show 10-23-18

Before Rosa Parks, There Was Claudette Colvin


The Ratings Are In, And They’re Important: Left-Wing The Conners Vs. Right-Wing Last Man Standing

Uncooperative Radio 10-23-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with a Founding Fathers’ quote. Claudette Colvin and Rosa Park. Susan will read about jury duty, regulations suck, Hollyweird is at it again and it’s the economy stupid, If we get to it

Uncooperative Radio 08-30-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then, Ups and Downs for the week, the Dumb Ass segment, and more Hollyweird news.

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 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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Show Notes 03-17-2017

Friday Show 3-17-17

President Trumps first 50 days of action
JUMPSTARTING JOB CREATION: President Donald J. Trump is looking out for the American workers who Washington has left behind. President Trump has worked with the private sector to deliver tens of thousands of new jobs for Americans.
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Google hopes to improve search quality with ‘offensive’ flag
Google is trying to improve the quality of its search results by directing review teams to flag content that might come across as upsetting or offensive.
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Rep. Luis Gutierrez arrested after protesting ICE headquarters in Chicago
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., was briefly arrested on Monday after protesting President Trump’s immigration policy at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Chicago.
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Preet Bharara proved Trump right: Glenn Reynolds
In the excellent Paul Newman legal thriller, Absence of Malice, Wilford Brimley faced a misbehaving Justice Department prosecutor who refused to resign. He fired him.
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Faculty and staff members at a charter school in Sandpoint, Idaho, set up a clandestine student “gay” club, recruited students for it and concealed their activism from the affected students’ parents apparently in violation of federal law, according to letter from the nonprofit legal organization Liberty Counsel.
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Here is Rand Paul’s Obamacare replacement, which is far superior to Paul Ryan’s Rinocare
Rinocare, being nothing more than a steaming pile of Obama Light, must die a quick death, although its chief proponent Paul Rino is doing all he can to shove it down the throats of the American people. There is an alternative plan, written by physician legislator Rand Paul, that is the best alternative I have seen.
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Graphene layer lets solar panels generate energy from raindrops
Researchers in China have developed Graphene solar panels that can generate energy from raindrops. The solar panels with a respectable 6.53 percent solar-to-electric conversion efficiency allows generation of power during periods of clouds and rain.
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OH MY GOD! Look What 2 Secret Service Agents Did To Trump’s 8 Yr Old Grandson WHILE HE SLEPT!
This is seriously disturbing! Two Secret service agents hired during the Obama presidency are now under investigation for participating in disturbing behavior with Trump’s 8 year old grandson.
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President Trump no longer safe in White House: Former Secret Service agent
The president is no longer safe on the White House grounds, according to former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, who once guarded presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
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Secret Service laptop stolen in New York
“The U.S. Secret Service can confirm that an employee was the victim of a criminal act in which our Agency issued laptop computer was stolen,” the agency said in a statement Friday. “An investigation is ongoing and the Secret Service is withholding additional comment until the facts are gathered.”
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Hollywood actor would like to assassinate Trump
Michael Savage’s comment this week after being assaulted at a restaurant that it’s “open season” on Trump supporters applies to the president himself.
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Show Notes 02-08-2015

Sunday show 02-8-15
The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
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Formerly riding high at the No. 2 spot in cable news, MSNBC is now being sunk by double-digit declines that have “everything … on the table” as the network plots a turn-around.
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Red carpet rolls out for ‘God’s Not Dead’
Under the palm trees on a perfect, Los Angeles evening, a parade of stars strolled down the red carpet. Paparazzi flash bulbs lit the twilight sky. Reporters jockeyed for position to conduct their interviews. And everywhere, beautiful smiles and glamorous styles were on full display.
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States weigh turning education funds over to parents
A radical new concept in school choice will come up for vote in at least a half-dozen states from Virginia to Oklahoma in the coming months, as lawmakers consider giving hundreds of thousands of parents the freedom to design a custom education for their children — at taxpayer expense.
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West Feliciana teacher resigns amid accusations she kicked, slapped and berated a first-grader
West Feliciana Parish sheriff’s deputies issued an arrest warrant for the teacher, Chanel M. Lemelle, on Thursday on a count of cruelty to juveniles after a number of people told deputies that Lemelle struck the student inside the school’s cafeteria on Jan. 23. The incident also was captured by surveillance cameras.
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Shock claim: School grilled kids on parents’ views of ‘gays’
9A legal team already challenging a Lafayette, California, high school over its use of Planned Parenthood personnel – including a self-described “pleasure activist” and another who led demonstrations at a “sex toy porn shop” – to teach public school sex-education classes now is accusing school officials of allowing a “Queer Straight Alliance” to bully students.
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‘This is a tidal wave of revival taking place’
Nearly crushed under the press and paparazzi on the Hollywood red carpet Friday night, “Jesus” bore each flashbulb and barked question from reporters with the calm reserve of a man accustomed to being under fire from the media.
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Designs revealed for Iceland’s first pagan temple in 1,000 years
For the first time in 1,000 years a new pagan temple is being constructed in Iceland’s capital city that will house a shrine to the Norse gods Thor, Odin and Frigg.
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Dad Refuses to Give Up Baby With Down Syndrome
When he discovered his newborn son had Down syndrome, a New Zealand man living in Armenia was horrified not by the condition, but by the assumption that he wouldn’t want to keep little Leo.
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FOOD FIGHT: Lunch ladies say Michelle O’s rules driving kids to junk food
The School Nutrition Association, which represents 55,000 school food service professionals, is calling on Congress to pump the brakes on Michelle Obama’s school lunch restrictions.
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History of the Boy Scouts of America
W. D. Boyce was an American newspaper man and entrepreneur. According to legend, he was lost on a foggy street in London when an unknown Scout came to his aid, guiding him back to his destination.
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‘Scouting is nothing less than applied Christianity’
The Boy Scouts, being originally founded on Christian values, grew into the largest voluntary youth movement in the world, with membership over 25 million.
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