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Cold War Radio #143

Posted: December 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Report: Scalise’s Pitch 20 Years Ago: I’m ‘David Duke Without The Baggage’

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Jurassic Media Desperate for Jeb

Report: Scalise’s Pitch 20 Years Ago: I’m ‘David Duke Without The Baggage’

11-year-olds attend conference where Farrakhan calls for violence in response to Ferguson

Islamic Law: Girls Can Be Married “Even If They Are In The Cradle”

Today in Cold War History
1951 – The Marshall Plan expires after distributing more than US$13.3 billion in foreign aid to rebuild Europe.
1956 : Saarland had one million inhabitants and was rich in raw materials such as coal. It was to become Germany’s tenth state at midnight. France and Germany had fought over the area for 250 years.
1963 – The Central African Federation officially collapses, subsequently becoming Zambia, Malawi and Rhodesia.
1963 : There was a rumpus in U.S. politics over the Soviet Union’s request for credit to purchase American wheat to feed starving Soviets. The Democrats and Republicans were sharply divided over the issue.
1974 – Private U.S. citizens were allowed to buy and own gold for the first time in more than 40 years.
1978 – Taiwanese diplomats struck their colors for the final time from the embassy flagpole in Washington, DC. The event marked the end of diplomatic relations with the U.S.
1980 A Jewish owned hotel in Nairobi Kenya is bombed killing 18
1981 – A coup d’état in Ghana removes President Hilla Limann’s PNP government and replaces it with the Provisional National Defence Council led by Flight lieutenant Jerry Rawlings.
1983 – Brunei gains complete independence from Britain
1983 – In Nigeria a coup d’état led by Major General Muhammadu Buhari ends the Second Nigerian Republic.
1986 – Russian TU-144 flies for 1st time faster than sound
1991 : U.S. diplomatic ties with Iran were severed as Swiss representatives were restricted and prevented from leaving the country. Switzerland had been acting on behalf of Americans in Iran and closed the Tehran embassy in protest for the way their diplomats were treated.
1991 – All official Soviet Union institutions have ceased operations by this date and the Soviet Union is officially dissolved.

McCain Wages ‘All-Out War’ to Rid Arizona GOP of Tea Party

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Cold War Radio #142

Posted: December 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

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U.S. Off War Footing At Year’s End, But Wars Go On

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Muslim Youths Protect Christians In Kaduna Yesterday

Does Saudi Arabia Rule the World ?

FBI briefed on alternate Sony hack theory

U.S. Off War Footing At Year’s End, But Wars Go On

Today in Cold War History
1947 – King Michael I of Romania is forced to abdicate by the Soviet Union-backed Communist government of Romania.
1949 – India recognizes People’s Republic of China
1950 – Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia become Independent states in France Union
1957 : In an attempt to push the West to recognize them, East Germany ruled that travellers to their territory had to possess East German visas instead of Soviet ones. This law was imposed on diplomats and travellers from Allied countries.
1958 – The Guatemalan Air Force sinks several Mexican fishing boats alleged to have breached maritime borders, killing three and sparking international tension.
1958 : Rebel guerrillas, led by Fidel Castro, are involved in heavy fighting around the town of Santa Clara, the capital of the province of Las Villas.Two days later, Castro and his guerrillas had taken control and President Batista fled the country to the Dominican Republic
1959 – George Washington, 1st ballistic missile sub commissioned
1971 – A member of the Irish Republican Army is killed in a premature bomb explosion in Santry, Dublin.
1971 : 60,000 Iranian men, women and children are deported from Iraq following relations between Iraq and Iran ending.
1972 : President Nixon orders a halt to the bombing of North Vietnam above the 20th Parallel to help with peace negotiations scheduled between Henry A. Kissinger and Le Duc Tho in Paris on Jan 8
1977 – Carter holds 1st news conference by US pres in Eastern Europe (Warsaw)
1988 – Canadian Senate OK’s free trade pact; with US
1988 – Former Soviet Pres Brezhnev’s son-in-law sentenced to 12-yr (bribery)

Six Bodies Of Air Asia Crash Victims Are Found In Water Alongside Tragic Passengers’ Luggage After Wreckage Of Jet Is Discovered

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Cold War Radio #141

Posted: December 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

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None Dare Call It Treason 50 Years Later

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The Jihadist Connection to Epidemic Child Abuse

Muslims want to revive impalement as execution method against U.S. led coalition

None Dare Call It Treason 50 Years Later

Erdogan To Chair Cabinet Meeting In Unprecedented Move

Today in Cold War History
1948 – US State Dept announces work on placing objects into Earth orbit
1949 – Hungary nationalized its industries
1951 -1951 -SS Flying Enterprise in trouble in the english channel.
1959 – Physicist Richard Feynman gives a speech entitled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom”, which is regarded as the birth of nanotechnology.
1967 : A Soviet anti-satellite missile was anticipated by the U.S. military because 35% of the Soviet defense allotment was spent on space defense and the technological breakthrough for anti-satellite missiles was expected soon.
1968 – Israeli commandos destroy 13 Lebanese airplanes
1972 : Aspirations that the wall between East and West Germany might come down had been dashed. East Germany was constructing a new fence with strong steel attached to pillars of concrete. Both sides of Germany were expected to join the United Nations, but would be on the opposite side of issues.
1972 – An Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 (a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar) crashes on approach to Miami International Airport, Florida, killing 101.
1975 : A terrorist bomb is exploded in the main terminal of New York’s LaGuardia Airport, killing 11 people.
1985 – Phil Donahue and a Soviet radio commentator hosted the “Citizens’ Summit” via satellite TV.
1987 : Cardinal Miguel Obanda and Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega were to meet and negotiate a possible truce between American backed Contra insurgents and Ortega’s Sandinista government.
1989 – Riots break-out after Hong Kong decides to forcibly repatriate Vietnamese refugees.
1991 – Boeing 747-200F of China Airlines crash into mountain at Taipei

Obama’s Golf Game Forces Army Couple To Move Wedding At Last Minute

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Cold War Radio #140

Posted: December 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

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IS Captures Jordanian Pilot After Warplane Crashes in Syria

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PRESIDENT OBAMA ASKS JOE BIDEN TO ATTEND NYPD FUNERAL, REPORT: NYPD 911 OPERATOR SAID SLAIN COPS ‘DESERVED IT’

ELIZABETH WARREN: FDA ‘STILL DISCRIMINATORY’ AGAINST GAY BLOOD DONORS

MITCH MCCONNELL: BEING PARTY OF YES MORE IMPORTANT THAN DEFUNDING EXEC AMNESTY

CUNY EDITOR CALLS FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST ‘WHITE SUPREMACIST STATE’

Liberal Lies Killed the Two NYC Cops

Shooting Death of Black Man by White Officer Spurs Protests in St. Louis Suburb

IS Captures Jordanian Pilot After Warplane Crashes in Syria

Likud comptroller disqualifies Netanyahu from Likud leadership race; PM likely to appeal

Today in Cold War History
1955 – NORAD Tracks Santa for the first time in what will become an annual Christmas Eve tradition.
1964 – Vietnam War: Viet Cong operatives bomb the Brinks Hotel in Saigon, South Vietnam to demonstrate they can strike an American installation in the heavily guarded capital.
1966 – A Canadair CL-44 chartered by the United States military crashes into a small village in South Vietnam, killing 129.
1966 – Luna 13 lands on Moon
1967 : As a result of Israel’s victory in war pilgrims to Bethlehem and Jerusalem were allowed in for the first time in 16 years.
1968 – Apollo 8 astronauts read passages from Book of Genesis
1970 – 9 Jews are convicted in Leningrad of hijacking a plane
1975 : The Shah of Iran and autocrat Muammar el-Qaddafi managed to quadruple the cost of oil. Shah Mohammed Raza Pahlavi told U.S. President Ford that he, the Shah, was going to play a leading role in Persian Gulf matters.
1979 : The first European built rocket, Ariane 1, part of the European Space Agency has successfully completed its maiden flight. The primary objective of the Ariane Program is to launch satellites on behalf of European nations
1979: Soviet Union invades Afghanistan and war for 9 years. Due to the interminable nature of the war, the conflict in Afghanistan has sometimes been referred to as the “Soviet Union’s Vietnam War” or the “Bear Trap” by the Western media.
1980 – Witnesses report the first of several sightings of unexplained lights near RAF Woodbridge, in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, an incident called “Britain’s Roswell”.
1989 – Panama’s dictator, Manual Noriega, seeks asylum at Vatican embassy
1990 – Saddam Hussein says Israel will be Iraq’s 1st target

After NYC Deaths, a Surge of Support for Police

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Cold War Radio #139

Posted: December 23, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Inside Isis: The first Western journalist ever to be given access to the ‘Islamic State’ has just returned

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17,500 Germans Gather To Sing Christmas Carols Against Islamisation

NYC Cop Killer’s Undiscovered Social Media Accounts Show Islamic Side

It’s official: IRS employees biased against conservatives

Inside Isis: The first Western journalist ever to be given access to the ‘Islamic State’ has just returned – and this is what he discovered

Today in Cold War History
1947 – The transistor is first demonstrated at Bell Laboratories.
1948 – Seven Japanese (including Hideki Tojo ) are convicted of war crimes by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East are executed at Sugamo Prison in Tokyo, Japan.
1953 – Soviet secret police chief Lavrenti Beria and six of his associates were shot for treason following a secret trial.
1956 : British and French troops withdraw from the Suez Canal this follows pressure from the United Nations to end the armed occupation of the Suez Canal.
1961 – Fidel Castro announces Cuba will release 1,113 prisoners from failed 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion for $62M worth of food & medical supplies
1967 : The North Vietnam Postal system sent back 231 Christmas presents mailed by spouses and parents of U.S. soldiers to their relatives held captive by North Vietnam.
1968 – The 82 sailors from the USS Pueblo are released after eleven months of internment in North Korea.
1968 – Borman, Lovell & Anders become 1st men to orbit Moon
1970 – The North Tower of the World Trade Center in Manhattan, New York, New York is topped out at 1,368 feet (417 m), making it the tallest building in the world.
1972 – The 16 survivors of the Andes flight disaster are rescued after 73 days, having survived by cannibalism.
1972 – 6.25 Earthquake destroys central Managua Nicaragua, 10,000 die
1986 : The experimental airplane Voyager, completed the first non-stop, around-the-world flight without refueling as it landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California
1990 – History of Slovenia: In a referendum, 88.5% of Slovenia’s overall electorate vote for independence from Yugoslavia.
About the USS Pueblo:
According to the American account, the following day, 23 January, Pueblo was approached by a sub chaser and her nationality was challenged; Pueblo responded by raising the U.S. flag. The North Korean vessel then ordered it to stand down or be fired upon. Pueblo attempted to maneuver away, but was considerably slower than the sub chaser. Several warning shots were fired. Additionally, three torpedo boats appeared on the horizon and then joined in the chase and subsequent attack.The attackers were soon joined by two MiG-21 fighters. A fourth torpedo boat and a second sub chaser appeared on the horizon a short time later. A sub chaser then opened fire with a 57 mm cannon, killing one member of the crew. The smaller vessels fired machine guns into Pueblo, which then signaled compliance and began destroying sensitive material.
Pueblo was taken into port at Wonsan and the crew was moved twice to POW camps. The crew reported upon release that they were starved and regularly tortured while in North Korean custody. This treatment allegedly turned worse when the North Koreans realized that crewmen were secretly giving them “the finger” in staged propaganda photos.

‘Everything Is Confidential’: Obama Stiffs Congress on Details of Cuban Spy Swap

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Cold War Radio #138

Posted: December 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Gangbangers Unbound

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Gangbangers Unbound

COMMUNISTS’ BEST WEEK EVER

Obamacare’s Christmas surprise

EU Gives Hamas Green Light to Attack Israel

Today in Cold War History
1959 : In Denmark seven Danish citizens were convicted and sent to jail for being members of the Communist Party and spying for East Germany. Their sentences were from 18 months to 5 years.
1960 Helicopters of HS-3 and HU-2 from Valley Forge rescued 27 men from the oiler SS Pine Ridge as she was breaking up in heavy seas 100 miles off Cape Hatteras.
1961 – James Davis became the first U.S. soldier to die in Vietnam, while U.S. involvement was still limited to the provision of military advisers.
1963 – The cruise ship Lakonia burns 180 miles (290 km) north of Madeira, Portugal with the loss of 128 lives.
1964 – The first test flight of the SR-71 (Blackbird) took place at Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, California.
1974 – The house of former British Prime Minister Edward Heath is attacked by members of the Provisional IRA.
1978 “The pivotal Third Plenum of the 11th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is held in Beijing, with Deng Xiaoping reversing Mao-era policies to pursue a program for Chinese economic reform.”
1989 : The Brandenburg Gate has been opened for the first time in almost three decades. The West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl walked through to be greeted by Hans Modrow, the East German Prime Minister, and thousands of German people flooded through from either side of the city.
1989 – Communist President of Romania Nicolae Ceaușescu is overthrown by Ion Iliescu after days of bloody confrontations. The deposed dictator and his wife flee Bucharest with a helicopter as protesters erupt in cheers.
1990 : Lech Walesa took the oath of office as Poland’s first popularly elected president.
1991 : The Soviet Union was dead and 11 former republics announced that they represented a commonwealth, leaving President Mikhail Gorbachev an emperor without an empire. The commonwealth was ratified at Alma-Ata in Kazaka.
1991 – Armed opposition groups launch a military coup against President of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia.

Belarus blocks online sites, closes stores to stem currency panic

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COLD WAR RADIO #137

Posted: December 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Chamber Of Commerce ‘Welcomes’ Obama Cuba Announcement

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Obama: More Money Should Be Sent To Cuba

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez (D-NJ) slammed the Obama administration

Chamber Of Commerce ‘Welcomes’ Obama Cuba Announcement

Ecuador Family Wins Favors After Donations to Democrats

The Chavez Revolution Is Over

Today in Cold War History

1947 – First flight of the Boeing B-47 Stratojet strategic bomber.
1950 – The F-86 Sabre’s first mission over Korea.
1957 : Senator Mike Mansfield undertook a study tour in Mexico and brought back warnings that the Soviet Union was aggressively trying to infiltrate Mexico with a disproportionate number of representatives and communist propaganda. Mansfield cautioned that Mexico, Uruguay, and Argentina still maintained diplomatic contact with the U.S.S.R.
1957 – The United States successfully launches the first Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
1960 – 1960 Munich C-131 crash: 20 passengers and crew on board as well as 32 people on the ground are killed.
1966 : At Central University of Venezuela soldiers braved sniper fire to search for terrorist communists. The military uncovered a big cache of weapons and personal information about police officers. Many police had been the target of the terrorists and the university begged the government to help them, as the campus had become a hotbed for terrorist activities.
1967 – Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt disappears while swimming near Portsea, Victoria, and is presumed drowned.
1969 – The SALT I talks begin.
1969 : The U.S. Air Force closed its Project ”Blue Book” which was started in 1952 to determine if Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) were a threat to national security, and to scientifically analyze UFO related data, concluding there was no evidence of extraterrestrial spaceships behind 12,618 UFO sightings it had collected.
1970 – Polish 1970 protests: In Gdynia, soldiers fire at workers emerging from trains, killing dozens.
1973 – Thirty passengers are killed in an attack by Palestinian terrorists on Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport.
1981 – American Brigadier General James L. Dozier is abducted by the Red Brigades in Verona, Italy.
1983 – Provisional IRA members detonate a car bomb at Harrods Department Store in London, England, United Kingdom. Three police officers and three civilians are killed.
1987 : A Korean Boeing 707 disappeared near Burma with 115 passengers on board. Pieces of the wreckage washed up 130 miles southeast of Rangoon. An Asian female was apprehended as a possible suspect who bombed the plane. Her mouth was bound with a bandage so she wouldn’t commit suicide by swallowing her tongue.
1989 – Romanian Revolution: Protests continue in Timișoara, Romania, with rioters breaking into the Romanian Communist Party’s District Committee building and attempting to set it on fire.

Mark Kirk Abandons NRA, Second Amendment: Joins Dems to Confirm Anti-Gun Surgeon General

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