Cold War Radio #146

Posted: January 7, 2015 in Uncategorized

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PARIS: 12 dead, more injured

Unarmed Paris Police Officers Forced To Flee As Armed Terrorists Attack

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Show Notes:

Unarmed Paris Police Officers Forced To Flee As Armed Terrorists Attack

AP Censors ‘Deliberately Provocative’ Charlie Hebdo Images — Here’s What They Had to Say About Selling ‘Piss Christ’

FLASHBACK: WH CONDEMNED JUDGEMENT OF ‘DEEPLY OFFENSIVE’ CHARLIE HEBDO

Rep. Mick Mulvaney via Facebook (R-SC 5th dist) FW score= 94%

Boehner Takes His Revenge on Republicans Opposing Him for Speaker

Today in Cold War History
1948 – Kentucky Air National Guard pilot Thomas Mantell crashes while in pursuit of a supposed UFO.
1953: President Harry Truman announced the U.S. has developed a hydrogen bomb (H-Bomb). He made this announcement in his final State of the Union Address.
1959: United States was still willing to work along with the new Cuban government. This was the case even though there was some fear that Fidel Castro, the leader of the country, might make an effort to push communism on more of a global basis.
1960 – The Polaris missile is test launched.
1972: An airliner carrying 104 people, six crew members and 98 passengers, crashed into a 1,515 foot mountain in Ibeza Spain killing all on board.
1976: A British naval frigate has been involved in a collision with an Icelandic gunboat inside the 200 mile exclusion zone for foreign trawlers Iceland is enforcing. This was known as the cod war with both sides claiming different legal rights. Britain says Iceland has no right to unilaterally enforce a 200-mile limit until it becomes law, and Iceland is saying that says it is applying the 200 mile fishery limit agreed by over 100 nations, including Britain, at the 1974 Law of the Sea Conference.
1979: Vietnamese troops seize the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, toppling the brutal regime of Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge
1980: The people of India have voted Indira Gandhi back into power with a landslide majority.
1985 – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launches Sakigake, Japan’s first interplanetary spacecraft and the first deep space probe to be launched by any country other than the United States or the Soviet Union.
1989 – Prince Akihito is sworn in as the emperor of Japan after the death of his father Hirohito
1991 – Roger Lafontant, former leader of the Tonton Macoute in Haiti under François Duvalier, attempts a coup d’état, which ends in his arrest.

Navy commander pleads guilty in massive bribery case

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