Show Notes 10-09-2018

Tuesday Show 10-09-18

Women in Venezuela are donating breast milk to save babies from malnutrition
As the economic meltdown that plunged Venezuela into crisis worsens, new mothers are turning to each other for breast milk to feed their babies.
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Mormon church backs deal to allow medical marijuana in Utah
The Mormon church joined lawmakers, the governor and advocates to back a deal Thursday that would legalize medical marijuana in conservative Utah after months of fierce debate.
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Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
The number of people employed by the federal government declined by 1,000 in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Manufacturing Jobs +18,000 in September
Manufacturing jobs increased by 18,000 in the United States in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Mississippi high school band criticized for halftime show
Fans watching a halftime performance by a Mississippi high school marching band Friday night were outraged at a show that depicted students holding toy guns and an apparent shooting, The Daily Leader of Brookhaven reported.
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Anti-Kavanaugh protest postponed ‘in recognition of Indigenous People’s Day’
An anti-Justice Brett Kavanaugh protest at Scripps College in California was postponed after student organizers realized the event was scheduled on Columbus Day or “Indigenous People’s Day.”
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Uncooperative Radio 10-09-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with a Founding Fathers’ quote. Then, more Venezuelan, Marijuana news and President Trumps accomplishments. Followed by, what’s up with our school’s and Our Military heroes

Show Notes 09-26-2018

Wednesday show notes 09-26-18

Trump secures first trade deal, hailing it as ‘Historic Milestone’
President Trump and his South Korean counterpart on Monday signed the first major trade agreement finalized during Trump’s presidency – a deal which U.S. officials say will reduce a U.S. trade deficit that more than doubled since the original U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) came into effect in 2012.
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Trump Announces New Sanctions on Iran, Venezuela
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his administration will impose new nuclear sanctions on Iran in November with additional sanctions to follow.
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Trump at UNGA: OPEC nations to contribute substantially to military protection from now on
US President Donald Trump has taken another hit at the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). He has demanded that member states should ‘contribute substantially’ for military protection provided by the US.
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Submerged art gallery in the Maldives destroyed by cops after president declares it ‘offensive to Islam’
Pickaxe-wielding policemen have demolished a semi-submerged art gallery in the Maldives for being “offensive to Islam”.
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Swiss Region Votes Overwhelmingly for Burqa Ban
A second Swiss canton will introduce a regional “burqa ban”, after voters in St. Gallen overwhelmingly voted Sunday to prohibit all face-covering garments in public spaces.
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FY 2018 Refugee Admissions: 70.8 Percent Christians; 15.4 Percent Muslims
The proportion of Christians to Muslims among refugees from around the world admitted to the United States has changed significantly in FY 2018, with Christians comprising seven in ten new arrivals, and Muslims fewer than two in ten.
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‘You Are Not Safe!’: Antifa Threatens Kavanaugh, Cruz On Social Media
Twitter and Facebook are eager to take down or block users who violate their terms of service … but only if they swing to the right of the spectrum.
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Protections restored for grizzly bears; hunts blocked
A U.S. judge ordered federal protections restored for grizzly bears in the Northern Rocky Mountains on Monday, a move that blocks the first grizzly hunts planned in the Lower 48 states in almost three
decades.
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Uncooperative Radio 08-16-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We start the show with The Pledge of Allegiance. Then, The Internet wars continue, more Venezuela news and they blinded me with science.

Uncooperative Radio 08-15-18 Live!

@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with a liberty quote. The real reason behind wildfires; Brian will break it down, then what are Satanists doing now? More Venezuela news, they blinded me with science and hunting news

Show Notes 07-23-2018

Monday show notes 07-23-18

Why the Founding Fathers hated paper money
At age 19, Roger Sherman’s father died and he supported his family as a shoe cobbler, helping his two younger brothers to attend college and become clergymen.
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Venezuela’s Inflation to Reach 1 Million Percent, IMF Forecasts
Venezuela’s inflation will skyrocket to 1 million percent by the end of the year as the government continues to print money to cover a growing budget hole, the International Monetary Fund predicted on Monday.
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‘Proud Boys’ run out of LA bar by democratic socialists calling them ‘fascist’
Members of the far-right “Proud Boys” were chased out of a Los Angeles bar on Saturday by a group of democratic socialist protesters. Video from the incident shows the left-wing activists shouting “No Proud Boys, no KKK, no fascist USA” at the group at L.A. bar The G.
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Proud Boys: Who Are They?
The Proud Boys are a men’s organization founded in 2016 by Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes. McInnes has described the Proud Boys as a pro-Western fraternal organization for men who refuse to apologize for creating the modern world; aka Western Chauvinists.
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Texas company builds new oyster reef after Hurricane Harvey devastated population
Excessive rainfall and freshwater runoff depleted salinity levels in the bay, nearly wiping out the oysters in the bay, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. That had repercussions still being felt in the oyster industry.
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IHOP offering 60-cent pancake deal following ‘IHOB’ burger debacle
IHOP’s latest deal might go a long way toward making amends for the recent “IHOB” debacle. In honor of the pancake chain’s 60th anniversary, participating IHOP restaurants are offering dine-in guests a single stack of original buttermilk pancakes for only 60 cents between the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on July 17.
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Chicago named ‘rat capital’ of the country amid rodent complaint spike
New York is apparently no longer the big cheese. The Second City has been dubbed the “rat capital” of America according to apartment search service RentHop, which said Chicago had the highest amount of rat-related complaints of four major U.S. cities.
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Show Notes 06-25-2018

Monday show notes 06-25-18

Russian-funded environmental group gave millions to anti-fracking groups
There is plenty of evidence in the form of a tangible money trail that links Vladimir Putin’s Russian government with U.S. environmental groups. In fact, the source of this funding has been subject of two congressional committee inquiries.
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‘If You Have a Cheese Pizza…’: Mulvaney Amazes Trump With Explanation of ‘Ridiculous’ Gov’t Bureaucracy
Office of Management & Budget Director Mick Mulvaney gave an intricate and often eccentric explanation of redundancy and overlap in federal bureaucracy in a presentation that stunned the president and the press.
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South Carolina steel plant reopened by UK industrialist, avoiding tariffs
British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Industrials on Monday reopened a shuttered South Carolina steel plant in a move that will allow his U.K.-based firm to circumvent the Trump administration’s 25% tariffs on steel imports.
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The Army Took Over the Spigots, Forcing Thirsty Venezuelans to Pay
To arrive at the El Paraiso water-filling station in Caracas by sunrise, Rigoberto Sanchez wakes before 4 a.m. Hours later, his tanker is in a slow-moving line with a dozen others. Only two of the 10 pumps work and Sanchez will have time for a couple of deliveries if he’s lucky.
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