Monday, September 19, 2016

Show Notes 09-18-2016

Sunday Show 9-18-16

Experts say NYC attack was terrorism
Several experts including a former New York City police commissioner said Sunday the explosion that injured 29 people on a Manhattan street was clearly an act of terrorism, and they were perplexed that Mayor Bill de Blasio called it only "an intentional act."
Read More

You can now buy a real D-Day tank
If your SUV is no longer tough enough, don't worry. You can now buy a genuine World War II tank. A collection of 120 vehicles, including tanks, armored cars, motorcycles and warplanes, is going under the hammer in France on Sunday.
Read More

Pope: Welcoming refugees helps to keep us safe from terrorism
Pope Francis has encouraged Europeans to welcome refugees, calling authentic hospitality "our greatest security against hateful acts of terrorism." Francis Saturday spoke to alumni of Jesuit schools in Europe who were in Rome for a conference on refugees.
Read More

Man, 24, surprises Ohio cop who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago
A 24-year-old man burst into tears Friday when he met for the first time the Ohio police officer who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago.
Read More

Creepy clowns put two south Alabama schools on lockdown
Several cryptic posts from the Facebook page of a group known as the 'Flomo Klowns' put two Southern Alabama schools on lock down for a while Thursday morning.
Read More

School rule mandates boys bedding down with girls on overnight trips
While the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a challenge to the non-discrimination policy in the commonwealth’s largest school district, the lead counsel in the case warns that the impact of the court’s decisions will go far beyond bathrooms and eventually impact every student – including to the point where boys will be “bedding down” with girls on overnight school trips.
Read More

Patriotic ferment: California teen's grades docked over Pledge of Allegiance
Leilani Thomas, a native American student in California, has been refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance since she was in second grade. But for the first time for Leilani, now a teenager attending a Lower Lake High School, that stand has cost her academically.
Read More

HUD decrees limited English speakers are protected under fair housing act
HUD Decrees That Limited-English-Speakers Are Protected Under Fair Housing Act
"People with limited English proficiency are not a protected class under the Fair Housing Act," said the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday. But they are now, by decree.
Read More

Obama Will Set Aside 5,000 Square Miles Off New England--Ban Commercial Fishing
The State Department is hosting a two-day conference on the world's oceans, beginning today, and it's expected to produce a raft of announcements and initiatives, including new marine protected areas -- one off the coast of New England -- as well as a ban on single-use plastic bags.
Read More

API Chief on Obama Halting Dakota Access Pipeline: ‘We No Longer Honor the Rule of Law in the United States’
Jack Gerard, CEO and president of the trade association American Petroleum Institution (API), said on Thursday that President Barack Obama’s decision to override a federal judge’s ruling to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline construction to go forward in South Dakota violates “the rule of law.”
Read More

A shrinking Army aims to keep citizen-soldiers combat ready
Before citizen-soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Georgia National Guard troops spent months training away from their families and day jobs as they prepared for war.
Read More

Show Notes 09-17-2016

Saturday Show 9-17-16

Facebook steps up on fight against fake news
Facebook says it is working to fight the spread of fake news on its platform after false stories claiming the 9/11 attacks were a conspiracy and that Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly was backing Hillary Clinton appeared among its “trending topics.”
Read More

Sheriffs vowing to oppose Federal gun laws have court support
The rule of law is on the side of Montana sheriffs who say they won't enforce any new federal gun laws. NBC Montana has learned that a Supreme Court decision in 1997 applies now.
Read More

Medical Marijuana card holders prohibited from buying guns and ammunition
Lenny Brown has always been a gun owner."I've owned firearms all my life" he said. "I've been an NRA member all my life." He is also a medical marijuana card holder. But now, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) say he can't legally be both.
Read More

Washington: VOTE NO ON 1491! Ballot Initiative will Selectively Target Gun Owners
On the 2016 General Election ballot, Washingtonians will find Ballot Initiative 1491, an initiative purported to prevent violent acts by creating so-called “Extreme Risk Protection Orders” (ERPO).  This legislation was introduced in the Washington Legislature during the 2015 Legislative Session as House Bill 1857.
Read More 

Monday, September 12, 2016

Show Notes 09-10-2016

Saturday Show 9-10-16

HHS Proposes Rule that Would Prevent States from DeFunding Abortion Providers
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a proposed rule last week that seeks to ban any recipient of Title X federal funding for family planning from excluding potential funding recipients “for reasons unrelated to its ability to provide services effectively.”
Read More

Trump rips media for mocking Christians
Donald Trump accused the media of mocking Christians and vowed to be a champion for religious liberty at a gathering of social conservatives in Washington on Friday.
Read More

'HOW DARE YOU!' DOCTORS GROUP ATTACKED FOR HILLARY-HEALTH POLL
When the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons asked its membership and several thousand other doctors in an informal poll whether Hillary Clinton is exhibiting symptoms of health problems that could disqualify her from the presidency, the group’s leadership was shocked at the result.
Read More

Vets poisoned at Camp Lejeune inch closer to VA benefits
An expected 15,000 veterans whose serious illnesses are linked to a contaminated water supply at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina could receive compensation more quickly under a proposed Department of Veterans Affairs rule announced Friday.
Read More

Four Top Military Moments from Star Trek
Anyone with even a passing knowledge of Star Trek can’t help but notice the parallels between the U.S. Navy and the United Federation of Planets, right down to the ranks, fleet structure, and general military discipline (Roddenberry himself flew in the Army Air Forces in World War II).
Read More

State Dept.: U.S. Should ‘Rehabilitate’ and ‘Reintegrate’ Foreign Fighters Back into Society
The director of the Office of Countering Violent Extremism at the State Department outlined some of the department’s strategic planning Wednesday to counter “violent extremism.”
Read More

George Washington banished by PC police
The president of the San Francisco Board of Education wants “Washington” and “Jefferson” banned as school names, because the American Founders had slaves.
Read More

ATT charges its poorest customers more for super slow Internet
AT&T is benefiting from providing slow broadband Internet service to some poor neighborhoods.The FCC requires AT&T to provide discounted high speed Internet service to poor families who are eligible for food stamps. But AT&T is exploiting a loophole in the federal mandate to refuse those discounts to some qualified families.
Read More

At least 45 killed in Syria after US-Russia agreement
The Aleppo Media Center, an activist collective, said 45 people were killed Saturday, just hours after the new U.S.-Russian agreement was reached to try and end the violence in Syria. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 30 people were killed in Aleppo province and another 39 were killed by airstrikes in neighboring Idlib province.
Read More

The Science Behind the Samsung Galaxy Note 7's Battery Fires
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is suffering the same fate as countless hoverboards — there are reports that some phones have been bursting into flames, prompting Samsung is issue a recall and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to strongly discourage passengers from carrying the device on planes, news sources report.
Read More

Sunday, September 11, 2016

News about The Uncooperative Radio Show


As of this week The Uncooperative Radio Show live feed is at http://www.uncooperativeradio.com
On Friday and Saturday 8pm ed time. We will be giving you updates as we know more.

Show Notes 09-09-2016

Friday Show 9-9-16

Winston Churchill warned about dangers of radical Islam over 100 years ago
Winston Churchill was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th Century, who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War II and again from 1951 to 1955.
Read More

Muslim's scream F-America after conviction for food stamp fraud
A Muslim wife and daughter in Buffalo, New York, shouted, “F— America!” and raised their middle fingers at television cameras after their family member was convicted of a major food-stamp scam.
Read More

Germany security guard posted at pools to stop Muslim migrant assaults
Germany just announced that its military will be teaming up with police in preparation for a possible Islamic State attack. Now comes the announcement that the country is hiring pool guards to stop Muslim refugees from sexually assaulting young boys, girls  and women.
Read More

From 1950 to 2010 not one mass public shooting where citizens could be armed
In his latest book, The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies, John R. Lott Jr. points shows that from 1950 to 2010, not one mass public shooting took place in an area where citizens could arm themselves in self-defense.
Read More

Does this gun make me look fat? Firearms spur fashion niche
Does this gun make me look fat? For decades, women have had few choices when it comes to the clothing they can wear to hide that they're carrying a firearm.R
Read More

Google to go after American far right
Google’s Jigsaw will target the American far-right in the same manner it has been targeting Islamic extremists.
Read More

Google's Jigsaw project has new ideas, but an old imperial mindset
Google’s new holding company, Alphabet, has announced the latest piece in its corporate restructuring plans: Jigsaw. It’s the jovial rebrand of Google Ideas, the web giant’s controversial diplomatic arm, founded in 2010 and headed by ex-US State Department policy wonk Jared Cohen. Jigsaw’s stated mission is to use technology to tackle geopolitics.
Read More

Obama nominates Muslim judge: Does diversity matter to justice?
President Obama has nominated more than 300 people for federal judgeships since he took office, and before this week none of them had been a Muslim.
Read More

Monday, September 05, 2016

News about The Uncooperative Radio Show

Our Radio Show is undergoing some changes. First we will be moving the days we do a live show. We are trying to go live on Red State Talk Radio's station on Saturday and Sunday nights. We will not know if that is going to happen until Friday 9/9/16. I know its a little confusing, but we will be posting our schedule as we find out more on Facebook and Twitter.

We have had some major Internet problems and social media problems. But no matter how much the progs have messed with us, We Will Never Be Silenced! We Will Always Find Away To Get Out The Conservative Message!




Show Notes 09-01-2016

Thursday Show 9-1-16

Pelosi documents show Dems trying hard to cast Benghazi as a conspiracy theory
New documents released from Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s computer by purported hacker Guccifer 2.0, reveal democratic talking points to counter Republican Benghazi attacks.
Read More

Obama plunges toward Internet surrender to globalists
Will the United Nations gain control over the Internet under Barack Obama’s giveaway plan? That is the question being asked around Washington, D.C., right now.
Read More

DCLeaks Website Down, Twitter Suspended After Releasing Soros Docs
DCLeaks, a website that releases information on powerful political figures, has had part of its website taken offline after releasing a cache of documents on billionaire donor George Soros.
Read More

Facebook’s News Content Staff Was Filled With Liberals
Facebook’s trending news section, which was accused of censoring conservative news, was managed by a staff full of liberal employees.
Read More

Proposal would label bullets sold in Illinois with serial numbers
The gun violence in Chicago is at a level not seen in twenty years, and that's led to a proposal that bullets sold in Illinois come with serial numbers which could be traced, just like guns.
Read More

Hillary Wants To Shut Down Non-Compliant Gun Dealers
Hillary Clinton wants to revoke the licenses of non-compliant gun dealers.
Gun dealers worry this means they could be shut down for clerical errors on required paperwork.
Read More

‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes
Death came suddenly to Dorchester County, S.C. Stressed insects tried to flee their nests, only to surrender in little clumps at hive entrances. The dead worker bees littering the farms suggested that colony collapse disorder was not the culprit — in that odd phenomenon, workers vanish as though raptured, leaving a living queen and young bees behind.
Read More

Dog Swims Over 6 Miles to Reunite With Family After Falling Off Boat in Lake Michigan
A dog that recently fell overboard in the middle of Lake Michigan apparently swam over six miles back to shore and walked over 12 miles more to a campground where she was reunited with her family the following day.
Read More

Raw Video: Alligator swims in front of lady's car in Bradenton
Bradenton resident Iris Adorno posted a video from her car while trying to drive down a flooded street in Bradenton. From the right side of the road, an alligator swims toward her car.
Read More