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COLD WAR RADIO #76

Posted: July 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

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US Accuses Russia of Violating 1987 Missile Treaty
U.S. sales to Russia have only risen since sanctions imposed
Paying Ransoms, Europe Bankrolls Qaeda Terror
Jihad in China: Dozens reportedly dead in China, Muslim mob armed with knives rampage in Xinjiang
Today in Cold War History for July 30
1949 – British warship HMS Amethyst escapes down Yangtze River, having been refused a safe passage by Chinese Communists after 3-month standoff
1956 – A joint resolution of the U.S. Congress is signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, authorizing In God we trust as the U.S. national motto.
1965 – U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Social Security Act of 1965 into law, establishing Medicare and Medicaid.
1966 – US airplanes bombs demilitarized zone in Vietnam
1969 – Vietnam War: US President Richard Nixon makes an unscheduled visit to South Vietnam and meets with President Nguyen Van Thieu and U.S. military commanders.
1969 – Mariner 6 passes Venus ,takes 74 photos
1971 – Apollo program: Apollo 15 Mission – David Scott and James Irwin on the Apollo Lunar Module module Falcon land on the Moon with the first Lunar Rover.
1971 – An All Nippon Airways Boeing 727 and a Japanese Air Force F-86 collide over Morioka, Iwate, Japan killing 162.
1974 – House Judiciary Committee votes on 3rd & last charge of “high crimes & misdemeanors” to impeach President Nixon in the Watergate cover-up
1975 – Jimmy Hoffa disappears from the parking lot of the Machus Red Fox restaurant in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, at about 2:30 p.m. He is never seen or heard from again, and will be declared legally dead on this date in 1982.
1987 – Indian troops arrived in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, to disarm the Tamil Tigers and enforce a peace pact.
1988 – Jordanian King Hussein renounces sovereignity over West Bank to PLO
Average Price of Electricity Climbs to All-Time Record

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COLD WAR RADIO #75

Posted: July 28, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Palin Unveils Her Own Online TV Channel, Paula Deen unveils her own online tv channel, Dem Senator: ‘We All Knew’ Obama Was Lying, Boko Haram kidnaps wife of Cameroon’s vice PM, kills at least three, Amnesty, work permits for 5 million could be ordered ‘within weeks’… LIBERIA CLOSES BORDERS IN EBOLA SCARE, Laura Ingraham, Tea Party Giant Killer, Eyes Her Next Scalp
BREAKING: ICE Agents Say Obama Moved Them Off the Border
ISRAEL WILL WIN…if only Obama can restrain himself from helping Hamas terrorists
Moscow launches Mac attack in beef with west
Libya: western countries urge citizens to leave as civil war intensifies
Today in Cold War History for July 28
1959 Hawaii’s first US election sends first Asian-Americans to Congress
1962 Mariner I launched to Mars falls into Atlantic Ocean
1964 Ranger 7 launched toward the Moon; sent back 4308 TV pictures
1965 – Vietnam War: U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announces his order to increase the number of United States troops in South Vietnam from 75,000 to 125,000.
1973 “Launch of Skylab 3, the second manned mission to the first U.S. manned space station, was piloted by MAJ Jack R. Lousma, USMC with CAPT Alan L. Bean, USN as the Commander of the mission and former Navy electronics officer, Owen K. Garriott as Science Pilot. The mission lasted 59 days, 11 hours and included 858 Earth orbits.
1974 – Spetsgruppa A, Russia’s elite special force, was formed.
1977 – 1st oil through the TransAlaska Pipeline System reach Valdez, Alaska
1978 : The United States, Canada and Great Britain have advised nationals to leave Lebanon as quickly as possible due to increased Syrian attacks on Lebanon Christians and are leaving only a skeleton staff in their Embassy.
1982 : Israel Bombers and fighters are blasting large area’s of West Beirut attacking any area or building they believe may house PLO Palestinian Liberation Army Guerillas , after nightfall the PLO Guerillas returned fire on Israeli positions using rockets and mortar fire.
1986 – NASA releases transcript from doomed Challenger, pilot Michael Smith could be heard saying, “Uh-oh!” as spacecraft disintegrated
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COLD WAR RADIO #74

Posted: July 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Unchecked Putin puts pressure on Obama to take decisive action

GOP lawmakers fight plan to bring more illegal immigrant children to military bases

 

High Tech American-made Jihad: Islamic State seizes 50 U.S. artillery batteries and up to 4,000 U.S. PKC machine guns

Egyptian army thwarts two attacks against Isreal

Turkish PM says will push for Isreal to be tried in international criminal court

Today in Cold War History for July 25
1947 – US Air Force, Navy & War Dept form US Department of Defense
1952 – The U.S. non-incorporated territory of Puerto Rico adopts a constitution.
1956 – Forty-five miles south of Nantucket Island, the Italian ocean liner SS Andrea Doria collides with the MS Stockholm in heavy fog and sinks the next day, killing 51.
1957 – The Republic of Tunisia is proclaimed.
1961 – In a speech John F. Kennedy emphasizes that any attack on Berlin is an attack on NATO.
1966 – Mao Zedong swims Yangtse River
1969 – Vietnam War: U.S. President Richard Nixon declares the Nixon Doctrine, stating that the United States now expects its Asian allies to take care of their own military defense. This is the start of the “Vietnamization” of the war.
1969 – Edward Kennedy pleads guilty to leaving scene of an accident a week after the Chappaquiddick car accident that killed Mary Jo Kopechne
1973 – Soviet Mars 5 space probe is launched.
1976 – Viking program: Viking 1 takes the famous Face on Mars photo.
1979 – Another section of the Sinai Peninsula is peacefully returned by Israel to Egypt.
1984 – Salyut 7 cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya becomes the first woman to perform a space walk.
1990 – US Ambassador tells Iraq, US won’t take sides in Iraq-Kuwait dispute

 

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COLD WAR RADIO #73

Posted: July 23, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Dems in Texas complain about militarized border, Anyone who is against Israel is for MB, Nazi’s,Voters See A More Divided Nation; GOPers More Enthusiastic to Vote, GA:David Perdue narrowly beat Rep. Jack Kingston , Ouch: Poll Finds Less Than 6% Of Parents Think Michelle Obama’s School Lunches Are Healthier…

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SHOW NOTES:

HOROWITZ: OBAMA’S BORDER NARRATIVE UNRAVELING

ObamaCare in death spiral after federal appeals court strikes down some subsidies

Gang Member Wanted for Murder Killed in Border Shootout with Texas Police

Families Are Paying Smugglers To Escort ‘Unaccompanied’ Children, Johnson Admits

MH17: Two Ukrainian fighter jets shot down near crash site, Kiev says
More Hamas rockets found at another UN school in Gaza

Today in Cold War History for July 23
1952 – The European Coal and Steel Community is established.
1952 – General Muhammad Naguib leads the Free Officers Movement (formed by Gamal Abdel Nasser, the real power behind the coup) in overthrowing King Farouk of Egypt.
1958 – The submarine Nautilus departed from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, under orders to conduct “Operation Sunshine.” The mission was to be the first vessel to cross the north pole by ship. The Nautils achieved the goal on August 3, 1958.
1956 – Bell X-2 rocket plane sets world aircraft speed record of 3,050 kph
1961 – The Sandinista National Liberation Front is founded in Nicaragua.
1962 – Telstar relays the first publicly transmitted, live trans-Atlantic television program, featuring Walter Cronkite.
1962 – The International Agreement on the Neutrality of Laos is signed.
1964 – Egyptian munition ship “Star of Alexandria” explodes at dockside in Bone, Algeria. 100 die, 160 injured, $20 million damage
1968 – The only successful hijacking of an El Al aircraft takes place when a Boeing 707 carrying ten crew and 38 passengers is taken over by three members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The aircraft was en route from Rome, Italy, to Lod, Israel.
1970 – Qaboos bin Said al Said becomes Sultan of Oman after overthrowing his father, Said bin Taimur initiating massive reforms, modernization programs and end to a decade long civil war.
1974 – The Greek military junta collapses, and former Prime Minister Konstantinos Karamanlis is invited to lead the new government, beginning Greece’s metapolitefsi era.
1980 – Billy Carter admits to being paid by Libya
1983 – 13 Sri Lanka Army soldiers are killed after a deadly ambush by the militant Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
1988 – General Ne Win, effective ruler of Burma since 1962, resigns after pro-democracy protests.

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Cold War Radio #72

Posted: July 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Now IRS Reports EVEN MORE Computer Crashes, Doesn’t Know If Emails Still Exist, SHOCK POLL: 40% STILL NOT SURE OBAMA IS AMERICAN CITIZEN, Anti-Jewish leaflets were found on several vehicles on Chicago’s Northwest Side, police said. Luis Gutierrez to La Raza: Get Amnesty to ‘Punish’ Americans Against Illegal Immigration, Whistleblower: U.S. Satellite Images Show Ukrainian Troops Shooting Down MH17, Photo evidence shows Ukraine regime delivering Buk missiles to troops

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Perry Prepares to Deploy National Guard to Portion of Border

‘Our Citizens are Under Siege’: Perry Sends National Guard to Border

‘Straight White Guy’ Festival Outrages Same-Sex Marriage Supporters

Six Californias” Proposal Gets Green Light for November 2016 Ballot!

Today in Cold War History for July 21
1949 – The United States Senate ratifies the North Atlantic Treaty.
1954 – First Indochina War: The Geneva Conference partitions Vietnam into North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
1959 – NS Savannah, the first nuclear-powered cargo-passenger ship, is launched as a showcase for Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” initiative.
1961 – Mercury program: Mercury-Redstone 4 Mission – Gus Grissom piloting Liberty Bell 7 becomes the second American to go into space (in a suborbital mission).
1969 – Space Race: Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin become the first humans to walk on the Moon, during the Apollo 11 mission (July 20 in North America).
1970 – After 11 years of construction, the Aswan High Dam in Egypt is completed.
1970 – Libya orders confiscation of all Jewish property
1972 – The Troubles: Bloody Friday – the Provisional IRA detonate 22 bombs in central Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom in the space of 80 minutes, killing 9 and injuring 130.
1973 – In the Lillehammer affair in Norway, Israeli Mossad agents kill a waiter whom they mistakenly thought was involved in the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre.
1976 – Christopher Ewart-Biggs, the British ambassador to the Republic of Ireland, is assassinated by the Provisional IRA.
1977 – The start of the four day long Libyan–Egyptian War.
1983 Polish government ends 19 months of martial law
1984 1st documented case of a robot killing a human in U.S.

Lasers Are No Longer a ‘Star Wars’ Fantasy

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Cold War Radio #71

Posted: July 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

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APTOPIX Ukraine Plane

PASSENGER JET SHOT DOWN OVER UKRAINE…ISRAEL LAUNCHES GAZA GROUND INVASION,John McCain: It’ll Take an Open Borders GOP to Defeat Hillary,Chamber of Commerce: We’ve ‘Never’ Supported Amnesty,Record Number of Americans in Multigenerational Households…

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Show Notes:

U.N. SEEKING TO INTERVENE IN U.S. BORDER CRISIS

Exclusive: Feds Struggling to Cope With Medical ‘Breakdown’ at the Border

Khalid Qaz: Eric Holder’s Justice Department Honors Al Qaeda Charity Fundraiser in Buffalo

20 missiles found in UN-run school in Gaza

Today in Cold War History for July 18
1947 – U.S. President Truman signed the Presidential Succession Act, which placed the Speaker of the House and the Senate President Pro Tempore next in the line of succession after the vice president.
1947 – US begins administering Trust Territory of Pacific Islands
1960 – 1st UN troops reach Congo
1965 – Zond 3 launched to fly by Moon, enters solar orbit
1966 – Gemini 10 is launched from Cape Kennedy on a 70-hour mission that includes docking with an orbiting Agena target vehicle.
1969 – After a party on Chappaquiddick Island, Senator Ted Kennedy from Massachusetts drives an Oldsmobile off a bridge and his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne, dies.
1971 – New Zealand and Australia announced they would pull their troops out of Vietnam.
1972 – Egyptian president Anwar Sadat throws out 20,000 Russian military aids
1976 – Thiokol conducts 2-min firing of space shuttle’s SRB at Brigham, Ut
1977 – Vietnam becomes member of UN
1980 – Rohini 1, 1st Indian satellite, launches into orbit
1980 – Federal court voids Selective Service Act as it doesn’t include women
1981 – 10,000 take part in a march through Dublin in support of republican hunger strikers in the Maze Prison, Northern Ireland. The march was marred when protesters protest outside the British Embassy and begin fighting with police protecting the embassy who then charged protesters leaving more than 200 needing hospital treatment.
1988 – Abu Nidal terrorists kill 9 on City of Poros cruise ship

Despite oil rig removal, China and Vietnam row still simmers

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Cold War Radio #70

Posted: July 16, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Show Notes:

The Border Crisis

Kurds on Iraq’s new faultline feel destiny beckoning

Boko Haram claims Nigeria attacks and supports Iraqi militants

Rival Libyan militias exchange heavy fire at Tripoli airport

100 Kansas GOP endorse Democrat for governor

Ukraine jets pound rebels after deadly missile attack

Today in Cold War History for july 16

1948 – Following token resistance, the city of Nazareth, revered by Christians as the hometown of Jesus, capitulates to Israeli troops during Operation Dekel in the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.
1948 – The storming of the cockpit of the Miss Macao passenger seaplane, operated by a subsidiary of the Cathay Pacific Airways, marks the first aircraft hijacking of a commercial plane.
1950 – Chaplain–Medic massacre: American POWs were massacred by North Korean Army.
1957 – Marine Major John Glenn set a transcontinental speed record when he flew a jet from California to New York in 3 hours, 23 minutes and 8 seconds.
1960 – USS George Washington a modified Skipjack class submarine successfully test fires the first ballistic missile while submerged.
1962 – NASA civilian Test pilot Joseph A Walker takes X-15 to 32,600 m
1969 – Apollo program: Apollo 11, the first mission to land astronauts on the Moon, is launched from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Kennedy, Florida.
1979 – Iraqi President Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr resigns and is replaced by Saddam Hussein.
1980 – Ronald Reagan nominated for US President by Republicans in Detroit
1985 – F-86 Sabre sets world aircraft speed record of 1152 kph (716 mph)
1990 – The Parliament of the Ukrainian SSR declares state sovereignty over the territory of the Ukrainian SSR.

GOP Establisment: Congress Should Give Obama ‘Blank Check’ to Address Border Crisis

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