Show Notes 08-02-2018

Thursday show notes 08-02-18

Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film Makes Incendiary Claims About Democrats’ History
Death of a Nation’ premieres in Los Angeles on Tuesday where several prominent conservatives in Hollywood and in politics are expected to walk the red carpet.
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Vietnam vet killed by police after fighting off naked intruder who attacked his grandson
Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War was fatally shot by police in his home after he shot and killed a naked intruder who was attacking his grandson.
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TRUMP SURPRISES LIMBAUGH TO CELEBRATE 30 YEARS
On the 30th anniversary of the commencement of his national radio program, Rush Limbaugh took a high-priority call Wednesday that caught the veteran broadcaster off guard.
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Paul Kengor: ‘A Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism and Socialism’
Communism wanted to disrupt the social order, particularly when it comes to property, which is the opposite of the goal of conservatism, author and professor Paul Kengor said Wednesday at the Young America’s Foundation’s National Conservative Student Conference in Washington, D.C.
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More than 450 people in Florida ordered to give up guns under new law, report says
Hundreds of gun owners in Florida have been ordered to give up their guns under a new law that took effect after the deadly Parkland shooting in February, according to a report published Monday.
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Sen. Schumer on 3D Guns: Trump Administration ‘Enslaved by the NRA’
Commenting on President Donald Trump’s remarks about the private sector publishing the blueprints for printing 3D guns, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the administration is “enslaved” by the National Rifle Association (NRA), and when the NRA “says jump, they say, how high?
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Show Notes 11-24-2017

Friday Show Notes 11-24-17

Clinton mega-donor dies of gunshot wound to head
A wealthy Democratic mega-donor who co-founded the Ready for Hillary PAC, which helped launch Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for the White House, has died of a gunshot wound to the head after “a sudden onset and battle with a mental health issue,” his family says.
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Louisiana Sheriff Offers ‘First Gun Course’ for Kids Ahead of Christmas
On Christmas morning, a number of children will wake up to find their first gun, whether it be an air gun, a shotgun or a hunting rifle, nestled under the tree.
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Uber Driver Shoots Attacker In The Leg
While violent crime is decreasing all across the nation, it’s not a time for people to take their personal safety for granted. It still behooves you to carry a firearm and be prepared to utilize it in self-defense should the need arise.
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A Thanksgiving Proclamation by President George Washington
On Oct. 3, 1789, America’s first president, George Washington, issued a proclamation declaring Nov. 26, 1789 as “a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God.…”
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US General in Afghanistan: From 2011 to 2016, ‘The Enemy Believed … We Had Lost Our Will’
Five years of “telegraphing” to the Taliban that U.S. and coalition forces were leaving Afghanistan prompted the enemy to believe “we had lost our will,” the top U.S. military officer leading the campaign there said Monday.
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A Marine and his dog’s unconventional journey from Afghanistan to ‘stubborn positivity’
A Marine deployed to a remote part of Afghanistan, Grossi was well aware that he shouldn’t befriend the short-legged, white-furred, innately well-behaved dog. For safety reasons, Marines are warned against buddying up to animals; if caught, the pup could be put down.
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Vietnam veteran keeps longtime promise to late fellow Marine
VA veteran and his fellow Marine made a pact while serving together in Vietnam — and kept it for nearly five decades. Master Sgt. William H. Cox said he and fellow Marine First Sgt. James T. Hollingsworth made a promise to one another in a bunker in the Marble Mountains of Vietnam in 1969, Greenville News reported.
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Trump banishing Obama’s memos, regulations
Under the Obama administration, the White House, the Department of Justice and other federal agencies repeatedly circumvented Congress by using guidance memos to create de facto regulations, changing laws without going through the review process.
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Show Notes 03/31/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 03/31/2013
April Fools Day
The history of April Fools’ Day, sometimes called All Fools’ Day, is not clear. There is no first “April Fools’ Day” that can be pinpointed on the calendar, although it is known to date back at least to the sixteenth century.
Vietnam Veterans Day
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who’d served in Vietnam as an Army noncommissioned officer, today issued a statement commemorating Vietnam Veterans Day.
Catholic Universities offer support to Boston college on condom giveaway stance
“One of the teachings of our faith is that contraception is morally unacceptable,” Victor Nakas, a spokesman for Catholic University, told the paper. “Since condoms are a form of contraception, we do not permit their distribution on campus.”
Google honors Cesar Chavez on Easter
On Easter Sunday, Google is honoring the birthday of the late labor organizer Cesar Chavez by placing a Chavez portrait within the middle “o” of the Google logo that appears on the homepage of the popular search engine.
Freezing weather wipes out German flea circus
An entire troupe of performing fleas has fallen victim to the freezing temperatures currently gripping Germany. Flea circus director Robert Birk says he was shocked to find all of his 300 fleas dead inside their transport box Wednesday morning. 
The Armed Citizen
A masked gunman was killed and the two young men he was trying to rob were wounded in a shootout during a home invasion. The shooting occurred “inside and outside” the home where two males were playing video games

McDonald’s director of nutrition says its food is healthy
It sounds like the set-up to a joke: The director of nutrition for McDonald’s came to town. Wait. The fast-food giant — the same place lambasted in the documentary “Super Size Me” for encouraging poor nutrition — has one of those?
Chuck Norris asks: What would Jesus eat?
With the growing concerns of nutrition and fitness, I get more and more questions about the health practices of great leaders like Jesus.

Show Notes: 07-15-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 7/15/12

A prayer for healing

Lord, look upon me with eyes of mercy, may your healing hand rest upon me, may your life giving powers flow into every cell of my body and into the depths of my soul, cleansing, purifying, restoring me to wholeness and strength for service in your Kingdom. Amen.
http://www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=480

Egyptian protesters threw tomatoes and shoes at U.S. Secretary of State
Egyptian protesters threw tomatoes and shoes at U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s motorcade Sunday and shouted, “Monica, Monica, Monica” as she left the newly reopened U.S. Consulate in Alexandria.
http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/15/world/africa/egypt-clinton/index.html?eref=mrss_igoogle_cnn

Main lawmaker calls plummeting lobster prices disaster for state economy
The lobster crisis in Maine has reached a boiling point. As prices for the succulent shellfish drop, a top U.S. lawmaker is calling the situation a “disaster” and said measures must be taken to aid struggling fishermen and reform the lobster industry, which is vital to the state’s economy.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/07/12/maine-lawmaker-calls-plummeting-lobster-prices-disaster-for-state-economy/

Ron Paul bid to be nominated for GOP President ends
Republican Rep. Ron Paul’s bid to be nominated for president at the party’s national convention ended Saturday when he failed to win enough delegates at Nebraska’s state GOP convention. Paul, R-Texas, won two of the state’s 35 convention delegates with presumptive nominee Mitt Romney securing the rest, according to The Hill newspaper.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/07/15/paul-bid-to-be-nominated-for-gop-president-ends/?test=latestnews

United Arab Emirates open pipeline
The United Arab Emirates on Sunday inaugurated a much-anticipated overland oil pipeline that bypasses the Strait of Hormuz, giving the OPEC member insurance against Iranian threats to block the strategic waterway.
http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2012-07-15/emirates-pipeline/56237350/1


G4S boss discovered Olympic security guard shortfall only a few days ago
The chief executive of the security firm G4S has admitted he only discovered that his company would be unable to provide adequate numbers of security guards for the Olympics “eight or nine days ago”.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2012/jul/14/london-2012-olympic-security-g4s


Drug Tunnel Discovered Under US-Mexico Border
The Mexican government says troops have discovered another drug smuggling tunnel beneath the U.S.- Mexico border and seized more than 40 tons of marijuana. The tunnel, beneath the Tijuana (Mexico) – San Diego (California) border was the fourth such discovery in the past week along the 3,200 kilometer boundary separating the two countries.
http://waronterrornews.typepad.com/home/2010/11/42-tons-of-marijuana-leads-to-mexican-tunnel-in-san-diego.html

Ohio to be the first Major American City to be owned by China
It has been said that there are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One way is by using the sword, and the other is by using debt. Fortunately, America is not in danger of being conquered by the sword right now, but America is being conquered by debt. The borrower is the servant of the lender, and today we owe China more than a trillion dollars.
Letters of South Carolina Vietnam Soldier sent home
Four letters from a courageous South Carolina soldier who tried to tell his family about the fearsome battles that raged around him in Vietnam were returned to his family Saturday, some 40 years after he was killed.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/letters-sc-soldier-killed-vietnam-home-16779606

Warrior Moms of History
Olympias, Mother of Alexander the Great Alexander the Great was one of the most successful military commanders of all time, securing an empire that stretched from the Mediterranean to the Himalayan Mountains. He seems to have inherited much of his moxie from mom.
http://www.livescience.com/14549-top-12-warrior-moms-history-cleopatra-obama-olympias.html