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The Coming Muslim Conquest Of Italy:

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Will We Have To Ransom The Treasures Of The Vatican From Isis-Type Vandals?

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Test Pilot Admits the F-35 Can’t Dogfight

 The Coming Muslim Conquest Of Italy

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Are Key Republican Leaders in D.C. Being Blackmailed?

Scott Walker: the new Thad Cochran

Today In Cold War History
1950 : President Harry S. Truman orders U.S. armed forces to assist in defending South Korea from invading North Korean armies.
1956 – A TWA Super Constellation and a United Airlines DC-7 collide above the Grand Canyon in Arizona and crash, killing all 128 on board both airliners.
1960 – Congo gains independence from Belgium.
1963 – a car bomb, intended for Mafia boss Salvatore Greco, kills seven police officers and military personnel near Palermo.
1966 – The National Organization for Women, the United States’ largest feminist organization, is founded.
1971 – The crew of the Soviet Soyuz 11 spacecraft are killed when their air supply escapes through a faulty valve.
1971 – Ohio ratifies the 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, reducing the voting age to 18, thereby putting the amendment into effect.
1977 – The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization disbands.
1985 : Thirty Nine American hostages being held captive by the Shia Muslim Amal militia in Lebanon are released, their freedom was secured after intervention by the Syrian President Hafiz al-Assad.
1986 – The U.S. Supreme Court rules in Bowers v. Hardwick that states can outlaw homosexual acts between consenting adults.
1989 – US Attorney General Thornburgh orders Joseph Doherty deported to UK
1990 – East Germany and West Germany merge their economies.

Liberal Justices: Death Penalty Constitutional Only For First Two Hundred Years

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The Iranian Negotiations That Never End

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Barack Obama’s Unholy Alliance: A Romance With Islamism

 The Iranian Negotiations That Never End

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In Turf War with Afghan Taliban, Islamic State Loyalists Gain Ground

Today In Cold War History
1954 – US Atomic Energy Commission voted against reinstating Dr Robert Oppenheimer
1964 : New Zealand shows support for Americas involvement in Vietnam by sending 24 engineers.
1966 : The US steps up it’s use of bombers and for the first time bombs major North Vietnamese population centers of Hanoi and Haiphong and also targets fuel storage facilities.
1967 – Israel removes barricades, re-unifying Jerusalem
1972 – USSR launches Prognoz 2 into earth orbit
1974 : President Isabela Peron often called affectionately ( Evita ), Juan Peron’s third wife, was the Western Hemisphere’s first female head of government after becoming President when her husband died. Argentina was suffering from serious economic and political strife and she was unable to form a government and the countries problems continued to worsen. After a military coup in 1976 she was imprisoned for five years on a charge of abuse of power and upon her release in 1981 settled in Madrid .
1974 – Mikhail Baryshnikov defects from the Soviet Union to Canada while on tour with the Kirov Ballet.
1975 – Steve Wozniak tested his first prototype of Apple I computer.
1976 – The Seychelles become independent from the United Kingdom.
1976 – The Conference of Communist and Workers Parties of Europe convenes in East Berlin
1981 – Bomb attack on headquarters of Islamic Party in Teheran, 72 killed
1989 : With the worsening of relations between the USA and China during the Cold War Years and following the massacre of protesters in Tiananmen Square. The House of Representatives unanimously passed a package of sanctions against the People’s Republic of China focused on economic and trade relations with China.

Judge Orders Brady Center To Pay Legal Fees Of Gun Dealer It Sued

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Taking a close look at the Convention of States

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Mark Davis, Nebraska Director for the Convention of States Action project, takes our questions.

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Mark Davis is a Christian, conservative independent, father of 4 who has served the country in the Marine Corps, Army, and National Guard. Working in the Information Technology field for over 30 years, he has had the opportunity to see the effect of what is happening in communities across the country as well as international viewpoints of America. Over the past 7 years, he has become more involved in Citizen Journalism, and who has been working as the Nebraska Director for the Convention of States Action project. Mark is also preparing to launch a citizen journalism streaming network dedicated to the Convention of States Informational and news coverage as well as citizen journalism channel to deliver an independent view of what is actually happening to our country.215a

In that past year, Nebraska has joined over 38 states in presenting identical Article 5 resolutions to call for a Convention of States to propose amendments to limit the federal government’s grab for power. Nebraska has moved the resolution out of committee and will be bringing it to the floor for passage during the next legislative session.

When Erasing Symbols of Slavery, Don’t Forget the Democratic Party

John Roberts: The Justice Republicans Deserve

Today In Cold War History
1948 – The Western allies begin an airlift to Berlin after the Soviet Union blockades West Berlin. 1948 : In response to the Soviet blockade of land routes into West Berlin, the United States begins a massive airlift of food, water, and medicine to the citizens of West Berlin supplies from British and American planes sustained the over 2 million people in West Berlin for close to 12 months.
1952 – The Pan-Malayan Labour Party is founded in Malaya, as a union of statewide labour parties.
1953 – Lavrentiy Beria, head of MVD, is arrested by Nikita Khrushchev and other members of the Politburo. Beria was arrested on charges of treason during a meeting in which the full Politburo condemned him.
1955 – The South African Congress Alliance adopts the Freedom Charter at the Congress of the People in Kliptown.
1956 : Congress passes the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act for the construction of 41,000 miles of Interstate Highways over a 20-year period.
1959 : The St. Lawrence Seaway has it’s official opening when the Royal Yacht Britannia with The Queen representing Canada and US President Dwight D Eisenhower from the United States formally open The St. Lawrence Seaway.
1960 – The former British Protectorate of British Somaliland gains its independence as Somaliland.
1960 : Congress is planning to cut the amount of sugar imported from Cuba and in retaliation Castro has stated Cuba will seize US assets , meanwhile in Cuba campaigns of sabotage against the Castro Regime continue to grow with attacks on the rail system
1960 – Madagascar gains its independence from France.
1963 – U.S. President John F. Kennedy gave his “I am a Berliner” speech, underlining the support of the United States for democratic West Germany shortly after Soviet-supported East Germany erected the Berlin Wall.
1973 – At Plesetsk Cosmodrome nine people are killed in an explosion of a Kosmos-3M rocket.
1991 – Ten-Day War: The Yugoslav people’s army begins the Ten-Day War in Slovenia. The Ten-Day War or the Slovenian Independence War was a civil war in Yugoslavia that followed the Slovenian declaration of independence on 25 June 1991. It was fought between the Slovenian Territorial Defence and the Yugoslav People’s Army in 1991, after Slovenia declared its independence. It lasted from 27 June 1991 until 7 July 1991, when the Brijuni Accords were signed.
It marked the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars.

The Vatican Signs A Treaty With The “State of Palestine”

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Islamic State’s Latest Execution Video May Be Its Most Horrifying Yet

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Islamic State’s Latest Execution Video May Be Its Most Horrifying Yet

 Republicans Must Stop Letting the Media Manipulate Them

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Senate Advances Fast-Track Trade Bill For Obama

Ted Cruz now opposes Trade Promotion Authority

Today In Cold War History
1947 – The United States Senate follows the United States House of Representatives in overriding U.S. President Harry Truman’s veto of the Taft–Hartley Act.
1956 – The French National Assembly takes the first step in creating the French Community by passing the Loi Cadre, transferring a number of powers from Paris to elected territorial governments in French West Africa.
1959 – Convicted Manhattan Project spy Klaus Fuchs is released after only nine years in prison and allowed to emigrate to Dresden, East Germany where he resumes a scientific career.
1960 – The United States Food and Drug Administration declares Enovid to be the first officially approved combined oral contraceptive pill in the world
1961 – Cold War: The Antarctic Treaty, which sets aside Antarctica as a scientific preserve and bans military activity on the continent, comes into force after the opening date for signature set for the December 1, 1959.
1967 – Cold War: U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson meets with Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin in Glassboro, New Jersey for the three-day Glassboro Summit Conference.
1972 – Watergate scandal: U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and White House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman are taped talking about using the Central Intelligence Agency to obstruct the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s investigation into the Watergate break-ins.
1982 – Chinese American Vincent Chin dies in a coma after being beaten in Highland Park, Michigan on June 19, by two auto workers who had mistaken him for Japanese and who were angry about the success of Japanese auto companies.
1985 – A terrorist bomb aboard Air India Flight 182 brings the Boeing 747 down off the coast of Ireland killing all 329 aboard.

Feds Detain At Least One Border Crosser…James O’Keefe!

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The River is Afire!

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The Clintons, US Intelligence, and the Great Uranium Follies

 Heritage Action And Americans For Limited Government Plea To Senate: Vote ‘No’ On Obamatrade

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Iran’s Forces and U.S. Share a Base in Iraq

The Left Is Eating Itself

Today In Cold War History
1955 – US air patrol plane shot down above Bering sea. a US Navy P2V Neptune with a crew of 11 was attacked by two Soviet Air Forces fighter aircraft along the International Date Line in international waters over the Bering Straits, between Siberia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and Alaska. The P2V crashed on St. Lawrence Island’s northwest cape, near the village of Gambell. Villagers rescued the crew, 3 of which were wounded by Soviet fire and 4 of which were injured in the crash.
1957 – The Soviet Union launches an R-12 missile for the first time (in the Kapustin Yar).
1969 – The Cuyahoga River catches fire in Cleveland, Ohio, drawing national attention to water pollution, and spurring the passing of the Clean Water Act and the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency.
1970 : President Nixon signed a bill to lower the voting age to 18 for all federal, state and local elections, In addition to lowering the voting age, the bill placed a five-year extension on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which gave more than one million African Americans in the South the right to vote.
1972 – The Irish Republican Army announce that it would call a ceasefire from 26 June 1972 provided that there is a “reciprocal response” from the security forces
1975 – The Ulster Volunteer Force try to derail a train by planting a bomb on the railway line near County Kildare, Ireland; a civilian tries to stop the UVF volunteers, and is stabbed-to-death (his actions delay the explosion enough to let the train pass safely)
1976 : Parliament votes to abolish capital punishment in Canada
1978 – Charon, a satellite of the dwarf planet Pluto, is discovered by American astronomer James W. Christy.
1981 – 2 Habash terrorists attack a travel agency in Greece killing 2
1987 – The International Labour Organisation, meeting for its annual conference in Geneva, calls for international sanctions against South African minerals
1990 – Checkpoint Charlie is dismantled in Berlin.

Amtrak Employees Claimed to Work 40 Hours Per Day

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Colin Flaherty, American Witness

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Colin Flaherty, American Witness

 Time for Huma Abedin to Come Out of the Shadows

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America Should Bet on the Kurds, Not the Baghdad Government

Are Obamacare’s 22 Health Insurance Co-ops Near Financial Collapse?

Today In Cold War History
1953 – Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed at Sing Sing, in New York. Because the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons did not operate an electric chair at the time, the Rosenbergs were transferred to the New York State-run Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining for execution. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in the electric chair at sundown on June 19, 1953. The executioner was Joseph Francel, then the executioner of New York.
1961 – Kuwait declares independence from the United Kingdom.
1964 – The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is approved after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the United States Senate.
1970 – The Patent Cooperation Treaty is signed.
1972 – A Catholic civilian is shot dead by the Provisional Irish Republican Army in the Cracked Cup Social Club, Belfast
1976 – US Viking 1 goes into Martian orbit after 10-month flight from Earth
1980 : An attack on the British embassy by attackers, armed with automatic weapons and grenades, ends when three of the attackers are shot dead by Iraqi security forces. No British embassy staff were injured during the attack.
1981 – Boeing commercial Chinook 2-rotor helicopter is certified
1981 – European Space Agency’s Ariane carries 2 satellites into orbit
1982 – In one of the first militant attacks by Hezbollah, David S. Dodge, president of the American University of Beirut, is kidnapped.
1985 – Members of the Revolutionary Party of Central American Workers, dressed as Salvadoran soldiers, attack the Zona Rosa area of San Salvador.
1988 -Sardinian province of Sassari, World’s Largest Sausage completed at 13 1/8 miles long. The record no longer stands. It was beaten in 2009 by the province of Potenza who created a 450 meter sausage.Beaten again in Romania in 2004 at 62.7km
1990 – The current international law defending indigenous peoples, Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989, is ratified for the first time by Norway.
1990 – The Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is founded in Moscow.
1991 – The Soviet occupation of Hungary ends.
1991 – Colombian drug baron Pablo Escobar surrenders to police

Mexican Government Upset Donald Trump Running; U.S. Media Silent

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Putin: Russia to boost nuclear arsenal with 40 missiles

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Can US Negotiate With ‘Religion Of War’ ?

 UNRWA In The Gaza Strip Is Counterproductive

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Putin: Russia to boost nuclear arsenal with 40 missiles

Bob Corker gets a standing ‘o’ at Failure Theater

Today In Cold War History
1948 – Members of the Malayan Communist Party kill three British plantation managers in Sungai Siput; in response, British Malaya declares a state of emergency.
1955 – In a futile effort to topple Argentine President Juan Perón, rogue aircraft pilots of the Argentine Navy drop several bombs upon an unarmed crowd demonstrating in favor of Perón in Buenos Aires, killing 364 and injuring at least 800. At the same time on the ground, some forces soldiers attempt to stage a coup but are suppressed by loyal forces.
1958 – Imre Nagy, Pál Maléter and other leaders of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising are executed.
1961 – Rudolf Nureyev,.the world renowned dancer from the Soviet Union’s Kirov Opera Ballet Company, defects during a stopover in Paris.
1963 – Soviet Space Program: Vostok 6 Mission: Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova becomes the first woman in space.
1965 : A further 21,000 U.S. troops are to be sent to Vietnam as part of the continuing commitment of the United States support, the total of US military personnel exceeded 540,000 by 1969
1976 – Soweto uprising: A non-violent march by 15,000 students in Soweto, South Africa turns into days of rioting when police open fire on the crowd.
1977 : Leonid Brezhnev , first secretary of the Soviet Communist Party since 1964 , is elected president of the Supreme Soviet, thereby becoming both head of party and head of state.
1981 – U.S. President Ronald Reagan awards the Congressional Gold Medal to Ken Taylor, Canada’s former ambassador to Iran, for helping six Americans escape from Iran during the hostage crisis of 1979-81; he is the first foreign citizen bestowed the honor.
1989 – Revolutions of 1989: Imre Nagy, the former Hungarian Prime Minister, is reburied in Budapest following the collapse of Communism in Hungary.

Study: Anti-Semitism Skyrockets in Canada

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