Show Notes 12-30-2017

Saturday Show 12-30-17

Thanking Trump has gone viral
You may have noticed the idea of thanking President Trump for his amazing and voluminous first-year achievements has become popular. One might even say the concept has gone viral.
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In a U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit opinion
Judge Stephen Williams did not rule on the merits of the case but instead said the plaintiff — the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) — is “not a voter” and therefore has no legal standing to sue for alleged violations of the 2002 E-Government Act.
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Court turns back challenge to Trump’s voter fraud commission
It’s been said that good fences make good neighbors. But in Aspen, Colo., this week, Vice President Mike Pence has something different posted between his vacation lodging and that of the people next door.
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New Synagogue opens under Temple Mount
While there may not be a Third Temple at which Israeli Jews can worship atop the Jerusalem Temple Mount, there is a brand-new synagogue under the foundation of the holy site – and it’s open for prayer.
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Trump ramps up Border Patrol recruitment, in bid to hire thousands of new agents
President Trump doesn’t yet have his “big, beautiful” border wall, but the administration is ramping up recruitment of border agents going into the new year in a bid to enhance security with more manpower  if not bricks and barbed wire.
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Victory! No Amnesty in CR — See how your Senators Voted…
Congress passed a Continuing Resolution on Thursday night to fund the federal government through Jan. 19 without an amnesty for young-adult illegal aliens despite a months-long push by dozens of Democrats and Republicans to do so, and despite threats by many to shut down the government if it didn’t happen.
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Iowa Supreme Court Lifts Ban On Guns In Courthouses
There are a couple of places you’re guaranteed to find violence felons. One is in jail, and the other is in courthouses. However, many courthouses require citizens to be completely disarmed on the premises, leaving only law enforcement officers with the ability to protect anyone.
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BATFE considering changing position on bump stocks
Following the horrific events of October 1 in Las Vegas, the subject of bump stocks flared into a firestorm of controversy. The legal devices were sold over the internet after the BATFE had given their approval on the things several years earlier.
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Show Notes 09-22-2017

Friday Show Notes 9-22-17

Shock News: Hillary Knew that Benghazi’s Security was a Mess, Ordered Security Firm’s Silence
So much is still unknown about the terrorist attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi and every time we learn a little more, the official state department, protect Hillary and protect Obama story crumbles a little bit more.
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12 things to know about the September equinox
This year, 2017, the autumnal equinox arrives precisely at 4:02 pm (EDT) on Friday, September 22. Unlike an event such as New Year’s midnight that follows the clock around the time zones, equinoxes happen at the same moment everywhere.
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San Francisco sues Exxon over ‘warming,’ but there’s one huge problem
Just as prominent climate-change scientists are admitting their models predicting global warming were wrong, the city of San Francisco is suing five of the world’s largest oil and gas companies based on the “scientific consensus” that mankind is causing catastrophic damage to the planet through fossil fuels and other carbon emissions.
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Voter Fraud Evidence Is Emerging – And the Media Wants to Keep You in the Dark
If you have no idea what happened at the second meeting of President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in New Hampshire on Sept. 12, I’m not surprised.
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Sarah Palin and Duck Dynasty star tally mons to light up America
Women’s marches flood the landscape these days: marches about abortion, politics, “rights,” empowerment, black lives and the president.
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Classic Trix is coming back after fans reject new recipe
The classic Trix recipe will return to grocery stores next month, after its new, more natural recipe received a massive backlash from fans. In 2015, General Mills Inc., parent company of Trix cereal, announced they would be phasing out the use of artificial dyes and flavors in their breakfast foods.
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Chocolate lovers have a new way to enjoy the sweet treat: the Melt Spa
The antioxidants in dark chocolate may provide health benefits, chocolate lovers claim, and one spa is targeting the town where chocolate cravers go. Just outside of Hershey Park, Melt Spa guests not only eat chocolate but also smell like it.
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Show Notes 08-12-2017

Saturday Show 8-12-17

Thomas Jefferson on guns
In 1785 Thomas Jefferson wrote to his fifteen-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, regarding what he considered the best form of exercise: “…I advise the gun.
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The Latest: Canada sends soldiers to migrant border crossing
Canada has sent about 100 soldiers to a remote spot on the Quebec-New York border where asylum seekers are crossing illegally.
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Judicial Watch sues Justice Department for Comey documents
Judicial Watch sued the Justice Department on Friday in an effort to obtain any non-disclosure agreements signed by former FBI Director James Comey.
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California billionaire ordered to restore public access to $32.5M beachfront property
A California court has ordered a billionaire to reopen access to a popular formerly public beach, creating an important precedent for public right-of-access cases across the country.
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‘Hero’ bus driver saves students before bus catches fire
Bus driver Teresa Stroble was wrapping up her morning route about 7 a.m. when a pair of 9th-grade students sitting in the back of the bus alerted her to smoke. She then turned the car into a nearby car wash, evacuated the kids in under one minute, just before the bus became engulfed in flames.
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You will get chipped — eventually
For now, Three Square Market, or 32M, hasn’t offered concrete benefits for getting chipped beyond badge and log-on stats. Munster says it was a “PR stunt” for the company to get attention to its product and it certainly succeeded, getting the small start-up air play on CBS, NBC and ABC, and generating headlines worldwide.
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Preschool teachers cause children to be heterosexual, peer-reviewed paper suggests
Why not suggest you can play house with two moms? A recent research paper suggests that preschool teachers are the reason most people identify as heterosexual.
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School bus companies across U.S. facing driver shortage
School transportation companies seek drivers year-round but put the pedal to the metal to hire for the start of the school year. This year, many school bus companies around the U.S. say they face a driver shortage.
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Virginia college student gets 100 days in jail for registering dead voters for Democrats
James Madison University student was sentenced to prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to registering dead voters for the Democratic Party during the 2016 election.
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A danger to public health? Uproar as scientist urges us to eat more salt
Public health experts in the UK have spoken out against a new book that claims many of us should be eating more salt, not less – claiming the advice could endanger people’s health.
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Official Who Met With Michelle Obama at WH Indicted for Stealing School Lunch Funds
A Los Angeles food services director who was invited to the White House by former First Lady Michelle Obama to share his tips for getting kids to eat healthy has been indicted for stealing $65,000 in public funds.
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Friday Show 02-17-2017

Friday Show 2-17-17

Immigration Hawks Sweat Trump Labor Pick
Alexander Acosta, President Donald Trump’s replacement choice to run the Department of Labor, advocated for easier immigration and amnesty for people who previously had come to the United States illegally.
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Border Wall Could Save Taxpayers Five Times Its Cost Over 10 Years
Building a wall on the southern U.S. border could save taxpayers four to five times its cost over the next 10 years, a new report by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) shows.
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The Cost of a Border Wall vs. the Cost of Illegal Immigration
The findings of this analysis show that if a border wall stopped a small fraction of the illegal immigrants who are expected to come in the next decade, the fiscal savings from having fewer illegal immigrants in the country would be sufficient to cover the costs of the wall.
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Voter fraud? 2 million non-citizen Hispanics registered to vote
President Trump’s investigation of voter fraud in the wake of his claim that he would have won the nationwide popular vote if 3 million to 5 million illegal immigrants hadn’t voted just got a boost.
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THOMAS JEFFERSON STATUE DEFACED AT HIS OWN ALMA MATER
The College of William & Mary, the second oldest institution of higher learning in the country, was the alma mater of some of the most important figures in American history.
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Teachers filmed playing ‘F—, marry or kill’ about students keep their jobs
Parents at a US school are livid that six teachers filmed playing the game “f—, marry, kill” about students during a drinking session at a local bar have kept their jobs.
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WISCONSIN STUDENTS DEMAND FREE TUITION FOR BLACK STUDENTS
Black students should be offered free tuition and housing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison because blacks were legally barred from education during slavery and university remains out of reach for black students today, the student government said Wednesday.
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Show Notes 11-01-2016

Tuesday 11-01-16

Ammon Bundy: ‘We will continue to stand’
We will continue to stand,” Ammon Bundy vowed Monday as he prepared to head this week to Nevada to face the next trial in his fight against the federal government after his stunning courtroom triumph in Oregon.
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Testimony: Stevens Went to Benghazi Mission on 9/11/12 So Clinton Could Announce on Upcoming Libyan Visit It Had Become Permanent U.S. Post
Greg Hicks testified as a whistleblower about Benghazi in 2013 in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Greg, who recently retired from the U.S. State Department, was the Deputy Chief of the U.S. Mission at the Embassy in Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the U.S. facilities in Benghazi and murdered four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.
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Muslims protest new TV show: Mogadishu Minnesota
An Oscar-winning Hollywood producer is being slammed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations for filming a pilot TV series about Somali refugees in Minneapolis.
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Angela Merkel migrant crisis worsens as Germany descends into lawlessness
Germany has been hit by a spate of horrendous violent crime including rapes, sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies, burglaries and drug trafficking.
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The next little ice age is already here Russian scientist claims
A new study by a prominent Russian astrophysicist claims the “new Little Ice Age” started at the end of 2015 due to low solar activity, kicking off decades of “deep cooling” in the latter half of the 21st Century.
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Highlights for children faces pressure to include gay families in magazines
Highlights for Children is popular among preschoolers and schoolkids and a fun way to learn to read, but the magazine recently became embroiled in a controversy over gay inclusion.
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Hundreds of companies are giving workers paid time off to vote
On Friday, Patagonia announced that the outdoor clothing and gear company would close all US stores on November 8, in an effort to encourage customers and employees to vote.
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YouTube Censors Video on … Left-Wing Censorship
What do you suppose happens on YouTube to a video that is a “discourse on the First Amendment and the tactics that progressives are using to limit speech and political engagement by conservatives”? Well, according to the Wall Street Journal, it falls victim to an algorithm with absolutely no sense of irony.
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Most college students think America invented slavery, professor finds
For 11 years, Professor Duke Pesta gave quizzes to his students at the beginning of the school year to test their knowledge on basic facts about American history and Western culture.
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Show Notes 02-21-2016

Sunday Show 02-21-16

California now resembles a Midieval society
California isn’t what it used to be. Just ask historian Victor Davis Hanson. He has spent a lifetime in the Golden State and has watched with dismay as the culture has changed for the worse over the past few decades.
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Kansas judge bars Wichita mathematician’s access to voting machine tapes
A judge denied a Wichita Kansas mathematician’s request for access to paper voting machine tapes from the 2014 election that she wants to examine for evidence of possible fraud or malfunctioning.
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Sneaky Change to the TPP Drastically Extends Criminal Penalties
When the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was first released in November last year, it included provisions dictating the kinds of penalties that should be available in cases of copyright infringement.
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Woman jailed for refusing Federal order to commit perjury
When a federal court and the federal government ordered Doreen Hendrickson to sign a form under penalty of perjury that she believed to be inaccurate, the mother of two initially refused to comply.
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NY School Teachers Bring 150 Headscarves for Students to Wear. One Muslims Reaction Is Unexpected…
School administrators in Rochester, New York have come under fire recently for holding an event in solidarity with World Hijab Day on February 5th. As part of the celebration, female students at World of Inquiry School 58 were asked to wear headscarves provided by their teachers throughout the school day, while male ones were given carnations to wear.
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‘US airstrikes destroy over $500 million ISIS cash reserves’
US airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria have reportedly destroyed more than $500 million cash reserves and 20 kilograms of gold stored by the terror group.
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Citizens Rise Up, Demand an IMMEDIATE End to Obama’s Muslim ‘Refugees’ 
(Missoulian) – A public hearing on a proposed letter opposing the settlement of Syrian refugees in Ravalli County and the surrounding area drew hundreds Thursday afternoon.
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Evangelical Alliance: Parents – not the state – responsible for child’s education
Parents – not the state – should be the ultimate authority regarding a child’s education, according to the Evangelical Alliance. As the tax-paying funders of education, it is parents who are primarily responsible for the way that children are educated,” said Dr David Landrum, director of advocacy for the EA and the author of a new resource released today.
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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.