Friday Show 08-04-2017

Friday Show Notes 8-4-17

Dinesh D’souza’s Facebook page hijacked after “Big Lie” 
Days after the launch of a book arguing fascism and Nazism are ideological spawns of the left, author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza says he and his promotion team have been locked out of his Facebook page by hackers.
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Facebook Faces Diversity Deficit: ‘We Aren’t Where We’d Like to Be’
“We aren’t where we’d like to be,” Facebook said Wednesday in a report on the lack of diversity of its staff.
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Muslims suffer insanity, low IQ, recessive disorders from 1400 years inbreeding
During the pilot transition program with the KV-107 and C-130 with Lockheed, we found that most Saudi pilot trainees had very limited night vision, even on the brightest of moonlit nights.
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‘Civilizational Jihad’ underway at 3,000 US Mosques 
Even as President Trump’s administration tries to crack down on Muslim terrorism, public officials from both sides of the aisle remain blind to the threat of Islam, contends the man who infiltrated a top Muslim organization in the U.S.
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12 Wisconsin-Based Fighter Jets, 200 Airmen Heading to South Korea
A dozen F-16 Fighting Falcons and 200 Wisconsin Air National Guardsmen will arrive in South Korea this month as tensions continue to rise over the North’s nuclear and missile programs.
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Child Sex Abuse by Afghan Forces Detailed in Classified Report
A government watchdog agency called on the Pentagon on Tuesday to declassify a report alleging the sex abuse of children by Afghan security forces.
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US Special Ops help UAE forces in Yemen anti-terror operation
U.S. special operations forces are assisting Yemeni and United Arab Emirates forces in a major operation in Yemen against Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), long seen as the biggest threat to the United States through its development of non-metallic bombs designed to slip through security and bring down commercial airliners.
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Iowa Girl Scout Builds Trap Shooting Range For Her Community
Lizzy Worthington isn’t a typical girl from Iowa. She is a Girl Scout and a member of her high school trap shooting team, the BGM Shotgunners.
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Veteran Describes How New York’s SAFE Act Wrongly Stole His Gun Rights
70-year-old Vietnam veteran Don Hall was shocked when deputies arrived at his Taberg, NY home one night to take his guns after he had wrongly been flagged “mentally defective”.
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Suspects sought after shooting in San Francisco’s Dolores Park
Three people were shot Thursday after a gunman opened fire at a San Francisco park full of families and tourists, police said.
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A Military brand you’ve never heard of
In June of 1775, citizens acting as merchant mariners captured the British schooner HMS Margaretta around Machias, Massachusetts.
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Show Notes 10-07-2016

Friday Show 10-7-16

Exclusive: Dozens of Afghan troops AWOL from military training in U.S.
The Afghan army has occasionally been infiltrated by Taliban militants who have carried out attacks on Afghan and U.S. troops, but such incidents have become less frequent due to tougher security measures.
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ISIS hunts for cats in Mosul after council issues fatwa
Al Sumaria News stated, “The so-called Islamic State’s Central Fatwa Committee issued a fatwa (Islamic legal decree) prohibiting the breeding of cats inside houses in Mosul.”
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The Montana Common Core Standards
The Montana Board of Public Education’s adoption of the Montana Common Core Standards (MCCS) was independent, voluntary and not required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) or any other federally-funded program.
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Russia launches massive nuclear war training exercise with ’40 million people
The Russian government has launched a nationwide civil defence training exercise to ensure the country is properly prepared in the event of a nuclear, chemical and biological attack from the West.
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Russia’s Lavrov Hopes Those Pushing for U.S. Military Strikes in Syria Won’t Prevail
Amid deepening U.S.-Russia tensions over the crisis in Syria, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday that Moscow hopes those in Washington pushing for attacks against the Assad regime will not prevail.
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Feds: Because of Climate Change ‘We Will Have to Say Goodbye’ to Lady Liberty
The Department of Interior’s blog stated Thursday that the biggest threat to seven of the most iconic landmarks in the United States is climate change.
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EPA launches Arc X one stop climate change adaptation website
The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday launched a new website, the Adaption Resource Center or ARC-X, to help leaders of “the nation’s 40,000 communities with information and tools to increase resilience to climate change.”
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Show Notes 07-28-2016

Thursday Show 7-28-16

As Obama speaks, chaos and arrests outside DNC
As President Barack Obama took the stage at the Democratic National Convention inside the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday night, a chaotic situation erupted nearby that led to seven arrests.
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DNC hiring actors to fill convention seats?
A Bernie Sanders delegate says that the DNC is replacing Bernie supporters with paid seat fillers in order to create a fake image of “unity” as the convention goes into its final day.
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Portland doughnut shop criticized for job posting
At Pip’s Original Doughnuts & Chai in Northeast Portland, owner Nate Snell is hiring. “I want people who are passionate about what they sell,” said Snell. “If you can’t eat it, how can you be passionate about it?”
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Brazilian Doctor on Rio Games: ‘Foreign Athletes Will Literally Be Swimming in Human Crap’
Olympic athletes competing in the waters off Rio’s shore dodge human feces, the invisible rotavirus, and dead bodies in pursuit of gold. This game ranks not as an official Olympic sport but as a necessity for athletes competing on the open waters during the August event in Rio.
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A 49-year-old Iraqi refugee who came to the U.S. in 2003 has fled the country 48 hours before he was to stand trial in Kennewick, Washington, for allegedly raping a grade-school girl.
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US Troops Move Down to Battalion Level with Iraqis
U.S. troops have gone forward with Iraqi forces for the first time on the battalion level in a prelude to the expected assignment of more troops closer to the front lines in the effort to retake Mosul, a U.S. military spokesman said Wednesday.
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Army Announces 800-Soldier Aviation Unit to Deploy to Afghanistan
The U.S. Army has announced an 800-soldier aviation unit will deploy later this summer to Afghanistan.
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Show Notes 01-10-2016

Sunday show 01-10-16

Natural Born Citizen
There were three volumes of Emmerich de Vattel’s The Law of Nations at The Philadelphia/Constitutional Convention of 1787
*§ 212. Citizens and natives.*
The citizens are the members of the civil society; bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages. The natives, or natural-born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens.
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Oregon standoff elevates debate on Federal land ownership
Members of an Idaho militia group arrived at an Oregon refuge on Friday as armed occupiers refused to leave the federal building outside Burns. The 3% of Idaho group’s members will “secure a perimeter” around the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, which has been occupied by an armed militia led by Ammon Bundy for seven days.
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Afghan forces struggle as ranks thinned by ‘ghost’ soldiers
Afghan forces are struggling to man the front lines against a resurgent Taliban, in part because of untold numbers of “ghost” troops who are paid salaries but only exist on paper.
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Gas prices could drop toward $1 a gallon
In some gas stations around the country, the price of a gallon of regular has dropped below $1.42. AAA and GasBuddy, two organizations that follow gasoline prices, say that gasoline prices below $2 will not be unusual in most of the United States.
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School official apologizes for response to rape allegations
A county school board chairman in Tennessee has apologized for officials’ response after three high school basketball players were charged with raping a teammate in an apparent hazing incident.
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Conservatives Agree Standoff in Oregon Elevates Debate on Federal Land Ownership
As protesters continue to engage in a standoff against the government at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, conservatives agree the events have elevated the debate over federal land ownership. But lawmakers stop short of endorsing the actions of the protesters occupying a federal building located south of Burns, Ore.
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General Warns: Military Will Face ‘Great Pressure’ to Lower Standards for Women in Combat to Please ‘Agenda-Driven’ in D.C.
Marine Gen. John Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, said at a Pentagon press briefing on Friday that he believes that future generals will face “great pressure” to lower the standards for women in combat in order to get more women into combat roles.
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2-year-old husky gets new set of 3-D printed prosthetic paws
A 2-year-old husky mutt can stand, sit and run like an ordinary dog for the first time in his life after receiving a custom-made set of prosthetic legs. Derby, who lives in New York with his owner, Sherry Portonva, was born with partially formed front paws that forced him to use his hind legs and chest to crawl and walk, KNS Radio reported.
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Police dog dies after being shot breaking up burglary
An Ohio police dog who was shot several times during a weekend burglary died Sunday morning. The dog, Jethro, was shot around 1 a.m. Saturday as he approached a suspect attempting to rob Fisher Foods in Canton, WKYC reported.
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Why crows hold funerals
Someone is dead. There’s a body, attended by a number of concerned and watchful figures, all in black. The lifeless corpse belongs to a crow, and the dark-garbed group congregating nearby is a gathering of its fellow crows, sometimes referred to as a “murder.”

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Show Notes 11/27/2014

Thursday Show 11/27/14
Jihadists tweet in bid to recruit Ferguson rioters
Islamic jihadists worldwide have launched a barrage of recruitment messages amid the latest unrest in Ferguson, Mo., using Twitter accounts to call on African-Americans and others in the United States to join their cause.
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Grieving Afghan mother takes bloody revenge by killing 25 Taliban militants during seven hour battle after they gunned down her son
A grieving Afghan mother took bloody revenge on the Taliban militants who gunned down her son, killing 25 and injuring five of them during a seven hour gun battle.
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New England coastal communities threatened by feds’ ban on cod fishing
Federal regulators slapped a six-month ban on most cod fishing off New England this week and are threatening to cut next year’s catch by up to 75 percent, in a move some say will destroy the livelihoods of fishermen across the region.
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Smog check: EPA proposes tougher regs for ground-level ozone pollution
In a controversial move that could impact the US economy as well as the health of millions of Americans, the Obama administration wants to tighten ground-level ozone pollution standards.
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Parents’ Watchdog Group: Virtually No Family-Friendly Shows Left on TV
There’s very little family programming left” on television, lamented Melissa Henson, director of grassroots and public education at the Parents Television Council (PTC).
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Show Notes 06/15/14

Sunday Show 6/15/14
Libs panic about fate of cheese; FDA caves
When the FDA proposed a ban on traditional cheese making, even liberals realized that this overreach stunk worse than limburger. On June 7, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released new regulations, which many cheese makers interpreted as a de facto ban on traditional and artisan cheeses.
Mash Star: Obama ought to be impeached
Wayne Rogers, most famous for his role as “Trapper John” in the TV series M*A*S*H, unleashed a blistering verbal assault on President Obama, calling for his impeachment from office over the current illegal-immigration crisis.
Afghans say election turnout strong
Millions of Afghans braved the threat of violence Saturday to vote in a presidential runoff that will mark the country’s first peaceful transfer of power as it prepares for the departure of foreign combat troops by the end of this year.
Internet freedom lives
This week the HouseJudiciary Committee finally plans to mark up the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act. Once this bill passes in committee, House leaders should aim for an immediate floor vote.
What is the Sagebrush Rebellion?
The Sagebrush Rebellion was a political movement centered on the use of federal lands in the western portions of the United States. The U.S. federal government owns roughly 60 percent of land in the 12 continental states west of or including the Rocky Mountains.
Last of the original group of the Navajo Code Talkers dies
The last of the 29 Navajos who developed a code that stumped the Japanese during World War II has died. Chester Nez, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, died Wednesday morning of kidney failure, said Judy Avila, who helped Nez write his memoirs. He was 93.

Show Notes: 09-02-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 9/2/12

This link brings you to a list of the fallen soldiers of Seal Team Six

Navy SEAL Author Rejects the Pentagon’s Legal Threat

Former Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette is going to tell his version of events surrounding the death of Osama bin Laden, even if the Pentagon sues him for every last penny.

The Start of World War ll

At 4:45 on the morning of September 1, 1939 (the morning following the staged attack), German troops entered Poland. The sudden, immense attack by the Germans was called a Blitzkrieg (“lightening war”).

V-J Day
On August 14, 1945, it was announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally to the Allies, effectively ending World War II. Since then, both August 14 and August 15 have been known as “Victory over Japan Day,” or simply “V-J Day.”

Best known V-J Day kiss
The best-known kiss that day appeared in V–J day in Times Square, one of the most famous photographs ever published by Life. It was shot on August 14, 1945, shortly after the announcement by President Truman occurred and people began to gather in celebration.

Obama gets most retweets of the GOP convention
Twitter reports today that the most retweeted message of the Republican National Convention was the tongue-in-cheek response of President Obama’s campaign to actor Clint Eastwood’s odd routine with an empty chair and an “invisible” Obama.

Teachers, students in one Alabama city told to fight back if facing violent intruder

Police have a new method for dealing with armed attackers who get inside school buildings in Tuscaloosa: They’re teaching educators and students to fight back.

Oil companies retake nearly 400 platforms in gulf

Energy companies have reoccupied nearly 400 of the production platforms in the Gulf of Mexico that were abandoned in advance of Hurricane Isaac, a federal agency said Saturday, though offshore oil production still remains almost entirely shut down

Congress Investigates WH Taxpayer-Funded Payoffs to MSNBC’s Olbermann, Maddow
Still unsure where all of the president’s $831 billion dollars in stimulus went? So are a lot of Americans, including a House committee currently demanding records on half a million dollars in phony MSNBC ad buys the White House procured to promote job opportunities that did not exist.

US halts some Afghan forces training after recent string of attacks
The U.S. military has halted the training of Afghan government-backed militias for at least a month to give the Americans time to redo the vetting of new recruits after a string of attacks by Afghan soldiers and police on their international allies, officials said Sunday.

Florida homeowners plagued by flock of federally protected vultures
Florida homeowners plagued by flock of federally protected vultures.When birds of a feather flock together, it’s a major headache for Dave and Judy Harting — but there’s nothing the Florida homeowners can do about the gang of federally protected vultures that have overstayed their welcome.

Texas Mayor Said Killed by Rare Donkey Attack
The mayor of a South Texas town appears to have been attacked and killed by a 500-pound donkey, according to the Associated Press.