Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Show Notes 06/09/2013

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 06/09/2013

House panel moves to protect religious liberty in Military
The House Armed Services Committee approved a measure on Thursday to protect religious liberty in the military amid growing disputes over expression of faith.

Authorities: Looters come from as far away as East Coast to steal from Okla. tornado victims
Authorities say looters have come from as far away as New York and Virginia to steal from victims of last month's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma

Cavuto Cuts Mic on 'Obnoxious' Liberal Guest Echoing White House Talking Points
Fox News host Neil Cavuto on Saturday cut the mic of the incredibly "offensive" and "obnoxious" liberal shill Julian Epstein for refusing to have a serious discussion about the current White House scandals and instead insisting on echoing Democrat talking points.

Santa Monica shootings: Were gun control laws powerless to stop suspect?
Details about John Zawahri, the body-armor clad man who Santa Monica police say killed four people in a shooting spree Friday, are scant. But so far, early reports agree that those who knew Mr. Zawahri believed he was a troubled young man.

House votes to delay bulk ammo purchases by DHS
The House late last Wednesday voted to stop the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from entering into new contracts to buy millions of rounds of ammunition until the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports to Congress on the need for the ammo, and its cost.

Beer pouring robot knows when you need a refill
A new beer-pouring robot can predict human behavior a few seconds into the future, enough to know when to offer a refill.

12 Obsolete Technologies American’s still use
Right here in America, ancient technologies are still a part of everyday life as they continue to buy brand-new cassette tapes, subscribe to dial-up Internet and make calls from a pay phone. “It can take a surprisingly long time for technologies to really fall by the wayside,” Steve Koenig, head of Industry Analysis at the Consumer Electronics Association, told me.
http://www.livescience.com/37004-12-outdated-technologies-refuse-to-die.html