Cold War Radio #169

Posted: March 3, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Show Notes:

Gov’t Union: Obama’s Weak Immigration Policy Is Inviting An Attack Worse Than 9/11

Report of Shots Fired Near NSA Headquarters, Building Damaged

Democrats Plan To Win Elections With Illegal Alien Votes

Is it okay for Obama to Ignore the Constitution?

Today in Cold War History
1952: Supreme Court upholds a New York state law that prohibits communists from teaching in public schools.
1953 – A Canadian Pacific Airlines De Havilland Comet crashes in Karachi, Pakistan, killing 11. A year after entering commercial service the Comets began suffering problems, with three of them breaking up during mid-flight in well-publicised accidents. This was later found to be due to catastrophic metal fatigue in the airframes, not well understood at the time.
1958 – Nuri as-Said becomes the prime minister of Iraq for the eighth time.
A Liberian registered tanker snapped in two in Puerto Rico creating an oil slick four miles long and a mile wide
1969 – Apollo program: NASA launches Apollo 9 to test the lunar module.
1974 – Turkish Airlines Flight 981 crashes at Ermenonville near Paris, France killing all 346 aboard. The crash was caused when an improperly secured cargo door at the rear of the plane broke off, causing an explosive decompression which severed cables necessary to control the aircraft.
1980 – The USS Nautilus is decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register. USS Nautilus (SSN-571) was the world’s first operational nuclear-powered submarine. The vessel was the first submarine to complete a submerged transit to the North Pole on 3 August 1958. Sharing names with Captain Nemo’s fictional submarine in Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and named after another USS Nautilus (SS-168) that served with distinction in World War II, Nautilus was authorized in 1951 and launched in 1954. Because her nuclear propulsion allowed her to remain submerged far longer than diesel-electric submarines, she broke many records in her first years of operation, and traveled to locations previously beyond the limits of submarines.
1989 – Robert McFarlane gets $20,000 fine, 2 yrs probation for Iran-Contra
1991 – An amateur video captures the beating of Rodney King by Los Angeles police officers.
1991 – In concurrent referenda, 74% of the population of Latvia votes for independence from the Soviet Union, and 83% in Estonia.
1991 – United Airlines Flight 585 crashes on approach into Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing 25. The National Transportation Safety Board, after an exhaustive investigation effort, could not identify conclusive evidence to explain the loss of United Airlines flight 585.

EXPOSED: Department Of Justice Shut Down Search For Lois Lerner’s Emails
Related: Lois Lerner’s Hard Drive Was Searched By Legally Blind IRS Employee

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