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COL (R) Kurt Schlichter Joins Cold War Radio

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Kurt Schlichter (Twitter: @KurtSchlichter) was personally recruited to write conservative commentary by Andrew Breitbart. He is a successful Los Angeles trial lawyer, a veteran with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a former
stand-up comic.
Post Hill Press will publish his book “Conservative Insurgency: The Struggle to Take America Back 2013-2041” on July 15, 2014.
Kurt has been published in the New York Post, Washington Examiner, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times and elsewhere. He has also been a guest on Fox News, the Hugh Hewitt Show, the Dennis Miller Show, the John Phillips Show, the Tony Katz Show, the Greg Garrison Show, Geraldo, The Snark Factor, the Derek Hunter Show, and the WMAL Morning Show with Larry O’Connor, among others. He appears weekly on Cam & Company on NRA News.
Kurt has published four #1 bestselling Amazon “Political Humor” ebooks in a row: “I Am a Conservative: Uncensored, Undiluted and Absolutely Un-PC” (also an audiobook), “I Am a Liberal: A Conservative’s Guide to Dealing With Nature’s Most Irritating Mistake,” “Fetch My Latte: Sharing Feelings With Stupid People,” and “Fifty Shades of Liberal.”
Kurt rose to the rank of Army colonel (Infantry), commanded a cavalry recon squadron, and served in Desert Storm and Kosovo as well as multiple disaster operations. He lives in the South Bay area of Los Angeles where his hobbies include red meat and red wine.

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Current Events

Today in Cold War History
1960 – The French freighter La Coubre explodes in Havana, Cuba killing 100. The freighter La Coubre exploded at 3:10 p.m. on 4 March 1960, while it was being unloaded in Havana harbor, Cuba. This 4,310-ton French vessel was carrying 76 tons of Belgian munitions from the port of Antwerp. Unloading explosive ordnance directly onto the dock was against port regulations. Ships with such cargoes were supposed to be moored in the center of the harbor and their high-risk cargo unloaded onto lighters.[1] The death toll was between 75 and 100 people with more than 200 people injured. The explosion is often attributed to the CIA[3] who wished to overthrow the new government of Fidel Castro.
1962 – A Caledonian Airways Douglas DC-7 crashes shortly after takeoff from Cameroon, killing 111 – the worst crash of a DC-7. The Inquiry published its report on 26 July 1963 in Paris, and they were unable to determine with “absolute certainty” what had caused the accident.
1966 – A Canadian Pacific Air Lines DC-8-43 explodes on landing at Tokyo International Airport, killing 64 people. Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 402 (CP402), struck the approach lights and a seawall during a night landing attempt in poor visibility at Tokyo International Airport in Japan. Of the 62 passengers and 10 crew, only 8 passengers survived.pilot error
1970 – French submarine Eurydice explodes underwater, resulting in the loss of the entire 57-man crew. Eurydice was a French submarine, one of nine of the Daphné class.
On 4 March 1970, while diving in calm seas off Cape Camarat in the Mediterranean, 35 miles east of Toulon, a geophysical laboratory picked up the shock waves of an underwater explosion. French and Italian search teams found an oil slick and a few bits of debris, including a parts tag that bore the name Eurydice.
The cause of the explosion was never determined. All 57 crew were lost.
1976 – The Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention is formally dissolved in Northern Ireland resulting in direct rule of Northern Ireland from London by the British parliament.
1976: A 40-year-old Irish born mother Anne Maguire is jailed for 14 years for possessing explosives at her London home. The Guildford Four and the Maguire Seven were the collective names of two groups of innocent people whose convictions in English courts in 1975 and 1976 for the Guildford pub bombings of 5 October 1974 were eventually quashed after long campaigns for justice. The bombings were most likely the work of the Balcombe Street Siege gang, who claimed responsibility.
1980 – Nationalist leader Robert Mugabe wins a sweeping election victory to become Zimbabwe’s first black prime minister.
1986 – The Soviet Vega 1 begins returning images of Halley’s Comet and the first images of its nucleus.
1987 U.S.A. Iran Contra Affair Wednesday, 4th March, 1987 : President Ronald Reagan addressed the nation on the Iran-Contra affair, acknowledging that talks with Iran had turned into an arms for hostages negotiation.
1991 – Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al-Sabah, the Prime Minister of Kuwait, returns to his country for the first time since Iraq’s invasion.

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