Show Notes 11-11-2017

Saturday Show 11-11-17

Veterans Day
Veterans Day is a holiday held every 11 November to honor all military personnel who have served in the U.S. armed forces. Veterans Day falls on a Saturday in 2017, with most states observing it on the preceding Friday.
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Nutella fans are fuming over recipe change
Nutella underwent a secret recipe change, and now fans are going nuts.
The change was first noticed by German consumer group, Hamburg Consumer Protection Centre, who revealed that Nutella now contains 8.7 percent powdered skimmed milk – up from 7.5 percent before – and has increased its sugar content from 55.9 percent to 56.3 percent.
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Judicial Watch Sues DOJ for Mueller Russian Special Counsel Budget
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) to release its information on the budget for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign.
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Millennials would prefer to live in a socialist country
More than four-in-ten U.S. millennials would prefer to live under socialism than capitalism, according to a new survey by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.
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Texas man honors shooting victims, carries 150-pound cross to Sutherland Springs
One man is making a 40-mile trek across Texas to deliver a massive cross to Sutherland Springs, where the deadliest shooting in the state’s history took place on Nov. 5.
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Antifa civil war on November 4 was really just a few protests against Trump
The afternoon of November 4 arrived in midtown Manhattan like any other Saturday. Families breezed in and out of shops and restaurants along Fifth Avenue. Couples chatted on benches in Central Park, enjoying the crisp autumn air.
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Exposed! Antifa’s intent for Americans
Members of “antifa” suddenly are everywhere. From shutting down conservative speakers on campus to organizing nationwide protests to “drive out the Trump/Pence regime,” the masked and violent black-clad extremists are constantly in the headlines.
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Las Vegas shooting: News organizations file lawsuits alleging officials are violating public records law
Several news organizations have filed lawsuits urging officials to release more information about the Las Vegas shooting, claiming they are violating public records law by keeping many of the details a secret.
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Las Vegas shooting: Officer fired weapon in Paddock’s suite, sheriff says
A Las Vegas police officer accidentally fired his gun in Stephen Paddock’s suite the night of the mass shooting, the department’s sheriff said Monday, breaking more than two weeks of silence and confirming for the first time that an officer fired his weapon during the Oct. 1 incident.
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Las Vegas shooting: Mandalay Bay security guard reportedly back to work
Jesus Campos, 25, had been staying at an MGM Resorts International property since the massacre, which left 58 people dead, occurred Oct. 1. He was still staying at the hotel at the company’s expense as of Tuesday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
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Friday Show 11-11-16

Veterans Day
This holiday started as a day to reflect upon the heroism of those who died in our country’s service, and was originally called Armistice Day. It fell on Nov. 11 because that is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I.
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Former Navy SEAL Wins Governorship as Vets Head to Congress
In an election night that proved to be an unexpected nail-biter for the presidential race, a number of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars found their own paths to victory.
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Isolationist Trump Stokes NATO Defense Fears
Donald Trump’s “America first” approach has Europe worried he may cut US commitments to NATO just as it mounts its biggest military build-up since the end of the Cold War to counter a more assertive Russia.
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Facebook to ban advertisements that exclude certain races
Facebook announced they will no longer allow advertisers to exclude certain races or ethnic groups when placing certain types of ads on Facebook.
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Don’t blame Facebook for Trump victory, says Zuckerberg
Months before the presidential election, Facebook decided to lay off its human editorial team and leave decisions about the Trending section almost completely to algorithms.
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Trump bucks protocol on press access
Donald Trump is keeping Americans in the dark about his earliest conversations and decisions as president-elect, bucking a long-standing practice intended to ensure the public has a watchful eye on its new leader.
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In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning election as president, every major media outlet did stories questioning how the pollsters got it so wrong. But some of the biggest brand-names in journalism actually looked inward and published stories asking how the media got the election so wrong.
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‘Nationwide shut down’ planned for Inauguration Day
A self-avowed Marxist member of the Seattle City Council who is part of the George Soros-funded Occupy Wall Street movement has called for a “massive protest” against President-elect Donald Trump and a “nationwide shut down” on Inauguration Day.
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Show Notes 11-09-15

Sunday show 11-08-15

Top 10 celebrity Veterans Part Two
These ten celebrities are famous, they’ve gone on to great things, and they all have one thing in common: they served in the U.S. military.
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3 teens arrested after Michigan police foil school shooting plot
Three Michigan teens planned to commit mass murder by shooting up two local schools in October, but officials were tipped off and the plot was disrupted, police said Saturday.
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Germany to expedite deportations of refugees
Germany is set to speed up the deportation of asylum-seekers after weeks of disputes within the government coalition over the “overwhelming” surge of new refugees.
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Governor-elect to remove clerk names from Kentucky marriage licenses
Kentucky Governor-elect Matt Bevin said on Friday that when he takes office in December he will order changes to the state marriage license form to appease clerks who have objected to issuing licenses to same-sex couples.
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White House: Obama may use whatever authority available to him to close Gitmo
The White House said Friday that if Congress blocks its plans to close the Guantanamo Bay prison facility, President Barack Obama may “use whatever authority is available to him to move closer to accomplishing his goal.”
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Disney uses film to potshot gun owners
A documentary produced by a Walt Disney relative, “The Armor of Light,” takes a look at the Second Amendment through Christian eyes to suggest: it’s not really right for those of the faith to defend gun ownership.
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State claims to control prayer at catholic school
North Dakota’s high school athletic authorities claim they have the authority to control prayer at a school. A private, Catholic school. On its own football field, with its own announcers, students and parents in attendance.
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The coffee chain revealed this year’s version of its “red cups” this week – an annual tradition where it changes the colour of its cups from white to red around Christmas time, usually with a festive design.
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SCOTUS takes up Little Sisters of the Poor’s case against Obama administration
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to take up the case that the Little Sisters of the Poor–an order of Catholic nuns–has brought against the Obama administration for violating the sisters’ right to the free exercise of religion.
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Illegals present demands via bill of rights
The pro-amnesty “United We Stay” nonprofit has created a “Bill of Rights for Undocumented Americans” demanding the country read and agree to its list of 10 demands, which are all based on the presumptive claim of all – even illegals – are human and therefore entitled to citizenship.
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Feds losing track of unaccompanied alien children
The federal government is losing track of a “good number” of older unaccompanied alien children who came to the U.S. in recent years from Central America during an unprecedented border surge, according to a non-profit group that provides services to immigrants and refugees.
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Show Notes 11-05-15

Thursday show 11-05-15

Eight ways America will die in a single night
The next war could easily be over before it starts. Short of a military coup and an instantaneous revamping of our military strategy, there is nothing that the United States can do, short of a prolonged civilian led conflict, led by armed veterans, to stave off invasion and occupation.
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Socialists gather in New York to plot political overhaul
The Workers World Party is taking to New York City for a two-day conference to show how to spread socialism around the nation and world, and to explain why the time is ripe for such expansion.
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Navy down to five aircraft carriers at sea none in the Mideast
Longer deployments and the high pace of operations have taken their toll on the U.S. aircraft carrier fleet, reducing the number currently at sea to five and leaving the Mideast without a carrier on station for the first time since 2007, Navy officials said Tuesday.
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Top 10 celebrity veterans
These ten celebrities are famous, they’ve gone on to great things, and they all have one thing in common: they served in the U.S. military. Some of them made use of military education benefits to further their careers.
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Show Notes 11/09/2014

Sunday Show 11/9/14
Veterans Day
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany in the First World War, then known as “the Great War.”
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John Muir
John Muir’s birthplace was a four-story stone house in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland. His parents were Daniel Muir and Ann Gilrye. He was the third of eight children: Margaret, Sarah, David, Daniel, Ann and Mary (twins), and the American-born Joanna.
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US Unemployment Rate Falls for Younger Workers
Younger workers benefited from the October uptick in hiring. While still high, the unemployment rate for teenagers fell to 18.6 percent from 20 percent in September as 266,000 of them landed jobs. The jobless rate for workers in their early 20s declined to 10.5 percent from 11.4 percent.
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The government of Australia, which has been at the forefront of resisting international pressure of developed countries to manage their economies around the threat of climate change, is expected to resist more spending proposed at the summit for a “Green Climate Fund,” which would give money to underdeveloped countries with the intention of helping them reduce emissions.
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Pope Francis warns against becoming Pagan Christians
Not all those who claim to be Christians really are, said Pope Francis Friday morning. Some are Christians “in name only,” he said. “They bear the name of Christians but live a life of pagans.”
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From Brian’s Mexican Connection
Mexico City, November 7 (HOWEVER) .- Residents of the mountain town of Linda Vista, belonging the municipality of San Miguel Totolapan, Guerrero, took up arms to protest unsafe conditions with which, say, day face day and demanded that the government guarantees that no similar case happen to Iguala.
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Man chooses to be eaten alive by Anaconda
Naturalist Paul Rosolie believes “you have to go head first.” What he’s referring to is shoving his head into the mouth of an anaconda, letting it swallow him, and filming the experience for a Discovery Channel special called Eaten Alive, reports.
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In response to Discovery Channel’s upcoming special, Eaten Alive, which will feature author and naturist Paul Rosolie in a “snake-proof” suit while being eaten by a massive anaconda, People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals had something to say:
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GOP civil war
As most Republicans were taking a victory lap the morning after the elections, a group of conservatives huddled anxiously in a conference room not far from Capitol Hill and agreed that now is the time for confrontation, not compromise and conciliation.
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Fema asking disabled elderly residents to repay aid from Superstorm Sandy
The residents of Belle Harbor Manor spent four miserable months in emergency shelters after Superstorm Sandy’s floodwaters surged through their assisted-living center on New York City’s Rockaway peninsula.
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Giant sunspot mystifies scientists
The biggest sunspot to grace the face of the sun in more than two decades just rotated out of Earth’s view, but it was responsible for kicking up some truly amazing solar activity this week.
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NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover Finds Mineral Match
Reddish rock powder from the first hole drilled into a Martian mountain by NASA’s Curiosity rover has yielded the mission’s first confirmation of a mineral mapped from orbit.
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Korean war POW laid to rest 60 years after capture and death
A Korean War POW has been laid to rest near his mother’s grave in California with full military honors more than 60 years after he died of untreated wounds in enemy hands.
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Army Vet killed at Los Angeles party celebrating recent return from Afghanistan
An Army veteran who survived the treacherous battlefields of Afghanistan was gunned down Sunday in his old neighborhood in Los Angeles while celebrating his homecoming from the wartorn land.
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Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 11/11/12
Veterans Day
Veterans Day is an official United States holiday honoring armed service veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11th.

Elderly Veterans create jobs in North Carolina one t-shirt at a time
A group of veterans in North Carolina who refuse to “take up space until they die” are proving once again they’re part of the Greatest Generation by saving local jobs one T-shirt at a time.

CEO of Papa John’s says employees hours will likely be cut due to Obamacare
The CEO of popular pizza chain Papa John’s says his employees may face reduced hours and he expects his business costs to rise because President Obama’s re-election most likely insures the president’s health care reform law will be implemented in full.

Israeli Energy Cos Announce New Gas Discovery
A group of Israeli energy companies said Sunday that geological testing has revealed a large reserve of natural gas in another prospective offshore field.

CAIR Poll: More Than 85% of American Muslims Picked Obama
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) released the results of an informal exit poll on Friday that shows more than 85 percent of American Muslim voters picked President Barack Obama in Tuesday’s election.
Massive voter fraud and I am angry
Barack Obama netted FEWER Democrat votes in 2012 than were cast in 2008 by 3% points.
Mitt Romney earned MORE Republican votes in 2012 than were cast in 2008 by 3% points.

Horses tied to Mexican drug cartel auctioned in US
More than 300 horses that the U.S. government says were purchased as part of a Mexican drug cartel’s money-laundering operation were put up for auction last Thursday in Oklahoma City.

Graham-Schumer offer immigration plans as reform becomes hot post race issue
A top Democratic and a Republican lawmaker on Sunday each presented a similar plan for comprehensive immigration reform that would offer a path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States — but not until the country secures its borders.

Alaska ice tested as possible new energy source
A half mile below the ground at Prudhoe Bay, above the vast oil field that helped trigger construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline, a drill rig has tapped what might one day be the next big energy source.
Reid Links Storms Affecting U.S. With Climate Change 
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said climate change is “an extremely important issue,” and linked it with recent storms such as Hurricane Sandy, which hit the East Coast early last week, causing billions of dollars in damage and more than 100 deaths.