Friday, August 31, 2012

Show Notes: 08-26-2012

Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Sunday 8/26/12

A Jewish Prayer
Blessed is The Lord our God, Sovereign of the universe, who sustains the entire world with goodness, kindness and mercy. God gives food to all creatures, for God's mercy is everlasting.

Argentina's President polls drop as debt soars
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez's popularity sank to 30 percent in August, less than half of what it was a year earlier, according to a poll published on Sunday that portrayed a country worried about crime and high inflation. Link
Ryan pleads guilty as charged for clinging to guns and religion

Stumping in Michigan Friday, Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan took a swipe at President Barack Obama’s 2008 comment regarding rural Americans.

Fast and Furious official granted paid
leave to work for JP Morgan
The long-awaited inspector general's report on the Justice Department's botched gun-running scheme is finished, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) said on Wednesday.

Gritty N.J. city of Camden to scrap police department

Amid budget woes Crime-ridden Camden, New Jersey often referred to as the most dangerous city in the United States—is getting rid of its police department.

House Judiciary Committee Charges Administration with Falsifying Deportation Numbers
The Obama Administration justified its June 15, 2012 directive that allows illegal aliens who meet certain criteria to receive deferred action and work permits by its record level of deportations.

Child Porn, Coke Smuggling: Hundreds of DHS Employees Arrested Last Year

According to a newly released DHS inspector general’s summary of its significant investigations, 318 DHS employees and contractors were arrested in 2011.

EPA Levies $40,000+ Fines on Landlords Who Fail to Provide ‘EPA-Approved’ Pamphlets to Tenants
Thinking of renting or selling a home or apartment?” asks the Environmental Protection Agency. “Make sure you disclose its lead-based paint history. Mr. Wolfe Landau did not and it cost him a $20,000 fine.”

FCC eyes tax on Internet service
The Federal Communications Commission is eyeing a proposal to tax broadband Internet service. The move would funnel money to the Connect America Fund, a subsidy the agency created last year to expand Internet access.

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