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How The Islamic World Was Forged: An Exercise In Common Sense

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How The Islamic World Was Forged: An Exercise In Common Sense

There’s No Such Thing As “Moderate” Islam, Only Moderate Muslims

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Anti-Gun Rights Fascists Fail Again

Today In Cold War History
1949 – The retreat of the Democratic Army of Greece in Albania after its defeat on Gramos mountain marks the end of the Greek Civil War.
1957 – The Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia) gains its independence from the United Kingdom.
1958 – A parcel bomb sent by Ngo Dinh Nhu, younger brother and chief adviser of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem, fails to kill King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia.
1959 : The British prime minister Harold Macmillan and the American President Dwight Eisenhower discuss the threat of Communism to the free world, world peace and global poverty during an historic live television broadcast from Downing Street.
1962 – Trinidad and Tobago becomes independent.
1965 – The Aero Spacelines Super Guppy aircraft makes its first flight.
1980 – After two weeks of nationwide strikes, the Polish government was forced to sign the Gdańsk Agreement, allowing for the creation of the trade union Solidarity.
1982 – Anti-government demonstrations are held in 66 Polish cities to commemorate the second anniversary of the Gdańsk Agreement.
1986 – The Soviet passenger liner Admiral Nakhimov sinks in the Black Sea after colliding with the bulk carrier Pyotr Vasev, killing 423.
1991 – Kyrgyzstan declares its independence from the Soviet Union.
1993 – Russia completes removing its troops from Lithuania.

Time To Resurrect ‘Un-American Activities’?

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Traitor Senators Took Money From Iran Lobby

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Guest: Michael Pregent is executive director of Veterans Against the Deal, a new group formed to oppose the Iran deal.

Russia Accidentally Reveals Its Massive Ukraine Body Count

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ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Sexually Abused American Hostage Kayla Mueller, Officials Say

America Is So in Play

Today In Cold War History
1953 – Nippon Television broadcasts Japan’s first television show, including its first TV advertisement.
1955 : Emmett Till, a black fourteen year old teenager from Chicago, is abducted from his uncle’s home in Money, Miss. after he was accused of disrespect to a local store owner Carolyn Bryant. He was found three days later, he had been badly beaten and his eye had been gouged out, before he was shot through the head and thrown into the Tallahatchie River.
1957 – U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond begins a filibuster to prevent the Senate from voting on Civil Rights Act of 1957; he stopped speaking 24 hours and 18 minutes later, the longest filibuster ever conducted by a single Senator.
1963 – March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his I Have a Dream speech
1963 – Emily Hoffert and Janice Wylie are murdered in their Manhattan apartment, prompting the events that would lead to the passing of the Miranda Rights.
1963 – The Evergreen Point Bridge, the longest floating bridge in the world, opens between Seattle and Medina, Washington, US.
1964 – The Philadelphia race riot begins.
1968 : At the democratic convention in Chicago 10’s of thousands of Anti-Vietnam war protesters battle police in the streets. The mayor of Chicago Richard Daley calls in 15,000 state and federal officers together with Chicago 12,000 officers to control the streets. As the situation worsened Television Cameras were on hand as Police used tear gas and were beating the protesters including innocent newsmen and doctors who had come to aid the injured . The backlash from these happenings shown on news programmes throughout the country caused a swell of the ordinary American to question what America was doing in Vietnam if that was how they treated their own citizens.
1979 – An IRA bomb explodes at the Grote Markt in Brussels.
1985 : An East German couple ( Reinhard and Sonja Schulze ) have appeared before Horseferry Road magistrates court in London charged under the Official Secrets Act.
1988 – Ramstein airshow disaster: Three aircraft of the Frecce Tricolori demonstration team collide and the wreckage falls into the crowd. Seventy-five are killed and 346 seriously injured.
1990 – Iraq declares Kuwait to be its newest province.

Pro-Life Groups Protest Portrait Of Margaret Sanger In National Gallery

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Liberalism and Happiness Don’t Mix

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Guest: Michael Pregent is executive director of Veterans Against the Deal, a new group formed to oppose the Iran deal.

Draft Biden group circulates pro-Joe memo to DNC members

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The D.C. Idiocracy: Remember The Really Dumb Kids In School? They’re Now In Charge Of Your Life

There Is (Still) No Alternative
In Venezuela, the same lessons as Cuba, North Korea, USSR . .

Today In Cold War History
1948 – The House Un-American Activities Committee holds first-ever televised congressional hearing: “Confrontation Day” between Whittaker Chambers and Alger Hiss.
1950 – President Harry Truman orders the U.S. Army to seize control of the nation’s railroads to avert a strike.
1961 – President Jânio Quadros of Brazil resigns after just seven months in power, initiating a political crisis that culminates in a military coup in 1964.
1967 – George Lincoln Rockwell is assassinated.George Lincoln Rockwell was the founder of the American Nazi Party.On August 25, 1967, Rockwell was killed by gunshots while leaving a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia. John Patler, a former member of Rockwell’s group, was arrested, convicted of the murder, and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
1980 – Zimbabwe joins the United Nations.
1981 – Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Saturn
1989 – Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Neptune, the second to last planet in the Solar System at the time.
1991 – Belarus gains its independence from the Soviet Union
1991 – The Battle of Vukovar begins. An 87-day siege of a Croatian city by the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA), supported by various Serbian paramilitary forces, between August–November, during the Croatian War of Independence

Huma Abedin ‘Would Die For Hillary,’ Major Clinton Donor Says

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Bush donors getting uneasy

CORAL GABLES, FL - OCTOBER 31: Aboard the campaign plane, Republican nominee for President Governor Mitt Romney campaigns around Florida with Governor Jeb Bush, left, Senator Marco Rubio, right, and Congressman Connie Mack, left back of head, in Coral Gables, Florida, Wednesday, October, 31, 2012. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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Dems start to face reality: Hillary is a terrible candidate

Bush donors getting uneasy

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North Korea, South Korea Reach Agreement

Today In Cold War History

1949 – The treaty creating the North Atlantic Treaty Organization goes into effect.

1950 – Edith Sampson becomes the first black U.S. delegate to the United Nations.

1954 – The Communist Control Act goes into effect, outlawing the American Communist Party.

1968: France became the world’s fifth nuclear power when it exploded its first hydrogen bomb.

1985: A toxic leak at the Union Carbide factory on December 3rd has been blamed on a chain of human errors and mechanical safeguards failing. The leak allowed a cloud of Toxic Methylene Chloride and 22 other toxic substances to escape, and over 3000 people were affected in the town who have sued Union Carbide

1989 – Colombian drug barons declare “total war” on the Colombian government.

1989 – Tadeusz Mazowiecki is chosen as the first non-communist Prime Minister in Central and Eastern Europe.

1991 – Mikhail Gorbachev resigns as head of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

1991 – Ukraine declares itself independent from the Soviet Union.

The Joys of Socialism=> Venezuela Currency Now Worth Less Than a Table Napkin

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Could The Jig Finally Be Up For Huma Abedin?

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Donald Trump Wins Praise From Experts With New Immigration Plan

The Trump Paradox

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Putting Obama Over Country Is Treason

Today In Cold War History
1947 – The Radcliffe Line, the border between Dominion of India and Dominion of Pakistan is revealed.
1950 – Hill 303 massacre: American POWs are shot to death by the North Korean Army. Forty-one captured United States Army prisoners of war were shot and killed by members of the North Korea army during one of the smaller engagements of the Battle of Pusan Perimeter. Operating near Taegu during the Battle of Taegu, elements of the U.S. Army’s 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division were surrounded by North Korean troops crossing the Naktong River at Hill 303. Most of the U.S. troops were able to escape but one platoon of mortar operators misidentified North Korean troops as South Korean army reinforcements and was captured. North Korean troops held the Americans on the hill and initially tried to move them across the river and out of the battle, but they were unable to do so because of heavy counterattack. American forces eventually broke the North Korean advance, routing the force. As the North Koreans began to retreat one of their officers ordered the prisoners to be shot so they would not slow the North Koreans down.
1958 – Pioneer 0, America’s first attempt at lunar orbit, is launched using the first Thor-Able rocket and fails. Notable as one of the first attempted launches beyond Earth orbit by any country.
1960 – Decolonization: Gabon gains independence from France.
1962 – East German border guards kill Peter Fechter, 18, as he attempts to cross the Berlin Wall into West Berlin becoming one of the first victims of the wall.
1970 – Venera program: Venera 7 launched. It will later become the first spacecraft to successfully transmit data from the surface of another planet (Venus).
1977 – The Soviet icebreaker Arktika becomes the first surface ship to reach the North Pole.
1988 – President of Pakistan Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq and U.S. Ambassador Arnold Raphel are killed in a plane crash.

NFL Star To Return ‘Participation Trophies’ Given To His Sons

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Gop Elites Plot To Purge Trump

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Email Probe Includes Hillary Clinton Top Aide Huma Abedin

Democrats Panic, Media Tries To Turn Hillary Email Into A ‘Republicans Say’ Story

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Gop Elites Plot To Purge Trump

Today In Cold War History
1947 – Pakistan gains Independence from the British Empire and joins the Commonwealth of Nations.
1956 : Mrs. Lyndon Johnston is skeptical that her husband will be the next president of the United States. In fact she thinks that it is about as likely as being struck by lightening. However, if her husband wins the presidency his wife will cooperate and she feels that Mr. Johnston will give the post his best effort.
1966 : The U.S. Lunar Orbiter, a spacecraft circulating in space, was designed to take photos of the moon’s landscape in preparation for American astronauts landing on the lunar landscape. Its mission went well.
1967 – UK Marine Broadcasting Offences Act declares participation in offshore pirate radio illegal.
1969 : Following a number of days of violence in Londonderry, Belfast and other cities in Northern Ireland, the British Home Secretary James Callaghan announces troops will be deployed in Northern Ireland as a “limited operation” to restore law and order.
1971 – Bahrain declares independence as the State of Bahrain.
1972 – An East German Ilyushin Il-62 crashes during takeoff from East Berlin, killing 156.
1973 – The Pakistan Constitution of 1973 comes into effect.
1974 – The second Turkish invasion of Cyprus begins; 140,000 to 200,000 Greek Cypriots become refugees. Around 6,000 massacred, 1,619 missing.
1977 : President Jimmy Carter approved of the Panama Canal accord and wanted to convince congress to endorse it as well. Carter was investigating whether or not the Canal could be repaired or if a whole new one needed to be built. He asserted that the U.S. had the right to operate and defend the Canal until the end of the twentieth century.
1980 – Lech Wałęsa leads strikes at the Gdańsk, Poland shipyards.

Trump Vows Never To Give Up His Microphone To Bullies

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Fifty Years After Watts

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Fifty Years After Watts

COMPROMISED
John Kerry has much to hide on his ties to Iran.

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New Ted Cruz Ad In Iowa Pledges To ‘Prosecute And Defund’ Planned Parenthood (clip)

Today In Cold War History
1947 – Muhammad Ali Jinnah, founding father of Pakistan, gives a speech to the Constituent Assembly, the contents and meaning of which remain contentious today.
1952 – Hussein bin Talal is proclaimed King of Jordan.
1960 – Chad declares independence.
1961 – The former Portuguese territories in India of Dadra and Nagar Haveli are merged to create the Union Territory Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
1962 – Vostok 3 launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome and cosmonaut Andrian Nikolayev becomes the first person to float in microgravity.
1972 – Vietnam War: The last United States ground combat unit leaves South Vietnam.
1975 – East Timor: Governor Mário Lemos Pires of Portuguese Timor abandons the capital Dili, following a coup by the Timorese Democratic Union (UDT) and the outbreak of civil war between UDT and Fretilin.
1979 – Two Aeroflot Tupolev Tu-134s collide over the Ukrainian city of Dniprodzerzhynsk and crash, killing all 178 aboard both airliners.
1982 – A bomb explodes on Pan Am Flight 830, en route from Tokyo, Japan to Honolulu, Hawaii, killing one teenager and injuring 15 passengers.The bomb was placed by Mohammed Rashed, a Jordanian linked to the 15 May Organization. In 1988, he was arrested in Greece, tried, convicted of murder and sentenced to fifteen years in prison. He was paroled in 1996 after serving eight years. He was later extradited to the US from Egypt in 1998 to stand trial. In 2006, as part of a plea bargain agreement he was sentenced to a further seven years in federal prison. As per his agreement with US prosecutors in providing information about other terrorist plots he was released from prison in March of 2013 but as of March 2014 still remained in a federal immigration detention facility in upstate New York awaiting deportation.
1984 – “We begin bombing in five minutes” – United States President Ronald Reagan, while running for re-election, jokes while preparing to make his weekly Saturday address on National Public Radio.

Obama White House Staffer Charged After Shooting Gun At Boyfriend

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