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Cold War Radio #295

Posted: January 29, 2016 in Uncategorized
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What is at Stake for America in Bernie vs. Hillary

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Turkey’s All-Out War on Kurds and Media

Karl Marx’s ‘Communist Manifesto’ Ranked Among Top Three Assigned College Texts

What is at Stake for America in Bernie vs. Hillary

Today In Cold War History
1948 – The Pakistan Socialist Party is founded in Karachi.
1967 – The “ultimate high” of the hippie era, the Mantra-Rock Dance, takes place in San Francisco and features Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, and Allen Ginsberg.
1976 : Twelve bombs have been exploded in London’s West End during the night, most of Oxford Street is closed for the rest of the day while searches by the bomb squad continue for more bombs. The IRA later admitted it had planted the bombs as part of it’s campaign against the British government.
1985 : Oxford University delivers snub to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher by refusing her an honorary degree. ( Becoming the first Oxford educated prime minister since the war to be denied the honour. )
1987 : Rebels to the Aquino government take control the Channel 7 building in Manila and the President of the Philippines Corazon Aquino orders troops to fire tear gas into the building on the rebels who have occupied the building for the last two days. They quickly surrender with no shots fired.
1989 – Hungary establishes diplomatic relations with South Korea, making it the first Eastern Bloc nation to do so.
1989 : The maker of the Yugo automobile had gone out of business and file for bankruptcy. The Yugo was a car that was very popular for awhile in the 1980’s because of its very low price. However, apparently quite a bit of customers “got what they paid for”.
The Yugo was a failure because it was so poorly-designed. It was even said that the body was pierce-able with a wooden pencil.
1991 – Gulf War: The Battle of Khafji, the first major ground engagement of the war, as well as its deadliest, begins. It took place in and around the Saudi Arabian city of Khafji, from 29 January to 1 February 1991 and marked the culmination of the Coalition’s air campaign over Kuwait and Iraq, which had begun on 17 January 1991. The 1st and 5th Mechanized Divisions and 3rd Armored Division were ordered to conduct a multi-pronged invasion toward Khafji, engaging American, Saudi and Qatari forces along the coastline. These three divisions, which had been heavily damaged by Coalition aircraft in the preceding days, attacked on 29 January. Most of their attacks were repulsed by U.S. Marines as well as U.S. Army Rangers and Coalition aircraft, but one of the Iraqi columns occupied Khafji on the night of 29–30 January. By 1 February, the city had been recaptured at the cost of 43 Coalition servicemen dead and 52 wounded

South Carolina House Passes Bill Excluding Sharia Law From State Courts

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Cold War Radio #294

Posted: January 28, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Fox News Money Flows into Open Borders Group

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cwr1_mugsThe Anti-Trump Network: Fox News Money Flows into Open Borders Group

Gov. McAuliffe Reverses Course: Restoring Concealed Carry Reciprocity with 25 States

The Left is the Real Terror Threat

Today In Cold War History
1959 Soviet Union wins 62-37 for 1st international basketball loss by US
1964 – An unarmed United States Air Force T-39 Sabreliner on a training mission is shot down over Erfurt, East Germany, by a Soviet MiG-19.
1965 – The current design of the Flag of Canada is chosen by an act of Parliament.
1979 – CBS News Sunday Morning debuts with original host and cocreator Charles Kuralt.
1980 – USCGC Blackthorn collides with the tanker Capricorn while leaving Tampa, Florida and capsizes, killing 23 Coast Guard crewmembers.
1981 – Ronald Reagan lifts remaining domestic petroleum price and allocation controls in the United States helping to end the 1979 energy crisis and begin the 1980s oil glut.
1981 Olympic Glory tanker at Galveston Bay, Texas, spills 1 million gallons of oil in a ship collision
1982 – US Army general James L. Dozier is rescued by Italian anti-terrorism forces from captivity by the Red Brigades.
1985 Charity single “We Are the World” is recorded by supergroup USA for Africa (Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie and other pop stars)
1986 – Space Shuttle program: STS-51-L mission – Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after liftoff, killing all seven astronauts on board.
1988 – In R v Morgentaler the Supreme Court of Canada strikes down all anti-abortion laws, effectively allowing abortions in Canada in all 9 months of pregnancy.
1968 : A radiation alert is issued following B-52 bomber armed with four hydrogen bombs crashes near the Arctic air base of Thule in Greenland. After the bombs were found it took nine months to remove all the contaminated material including snow from the crash site.

Good News: DHS Can’t Report On The Number Of Visa Overstays

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PEGIDA Planning Mass Demonstrations Across Europe

America’s White Flag in the Arabian Gulf

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cwr1_mugsUkraine Crisis Leads Poland to Form ‘46,000-Strong’ National Guard

Hillary’s Last Hurrah

PEGIDA Planning Mass Demonstrations Across Europe

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Today In Cold War History
1949 – The Hale telescope at Palomar Observatory sees first light under the direction of Edwin Hubble, becoming the largest aperture optical telescope (until BTA-6 is built in 1976).
1950 – The Constitution of India comes into force, forming a republic. Rajendra Prasad is sworn in as its first President of India. Observed as Republic Day in India.
1952 – Black Saturday in Egypt: rioters burn Cairo’s central business district, targeting British and upper-class Egyptian businesses.
1956 – Soviet Union hands Porkkala back to Finland.
1961 – John F. Kennedy appoints Janet G. Travell to be his physician. This is the first time a woman holds the appointment of Physician to the President.
1962 – Ranger 3 is launched to study the Moon. The space probe later misses the moon by 22,000 miles (35,400 km).
1969: Violence erupts after police using truncheons and tear gas to disperse crowds gathered at the foot of the Wenceslas Statue, to pay tribute to Jan Palach, the student who burned himself to death in protest at the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia.
1978 – The Great Blizzard of 1978 strikes the Ohio – Great Lakes region with heavy snow and winds up to 100 mph
1980 – Israel and Egypt establish diplomatic relations.
1986 – The Ugandan government of Tito Okello is overthrown by the National Resistance Army, led by Yoweri Museveni.
1991 – Mohamed Siad Barre is removed from power in Somalia, ending centralized government, and is succeeded by Ali Mahdi.
1992 – Boris Yeltsin announces that Russia will stop targeting United States cities with nuclear weapons.

Budget Cuts May Be Causing Spike in Military Helicopter Crash Deaths

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America’s White Flag in the Arabian Gulf

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cwr1_mugsAmerica’s White Flag In The Arabian Gulf

Speaking Truth to the European Union

Olympics Loosen Rules to Allow Pre-Op M-to-F Transsexuals to Compete with Women

Obamanomics in Catastrophic Action

Today In Cold War History
1946 – Creation of the Central Intelligence Group, forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency.
1957 – Israel withdraws from the Sinai Peninsula.
1957 – The New York City “Mad Bomber”, George P. Metesky, is arrested in Waterbury, Connecticut and is charged with planting more than 30 bombs.
1962 – The Organization of American States suspends Cuba’s membership.
1963 – The Élysée Treaty of cooperation between France and Germany is signed by Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.
1968 – Apollo 5 lifts off carrying the first Lunar module into space.
1968 – Operation Igloo White, a US electronic surveillance system to stop communist infiltration into South Vietnam begins installation. These missions were carried out by the 553rd Reconnaissance Wing, a U.S. Air Force unit flying modified EC-121R Warning Star aircraft, and VO-67, a specialized U.S. Navy unit flying highly modified OP-2E Neptune[1] aircraft. This state-of-the-art operation utilized electronic sensors, computers, and communications relay aircraft in an attempt to automate intelligence collection. The system would then assist in the direction of strike aircraft to their targets.
1969 – A gunman attempts to assassinate Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
1973 – The Supreme Court of the United States delivers its decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, legalizing elective abortion in all fifty states.
1973 – The crew of Apollo 17 addresses a joint session of Congress after the completion of the final Apollo moon landing mission.
1984 – The Apple Macintosh, the first consumer computer to popularize the computer mouse and the graphical user interface, is introduced during Super Bowl XVIII with its famous “1984” television commercial.
1987 – Pennsylvanian politician R. Budd Dwyer shoots and kills himself during a televised press conference, leading to debates on boundaries in journalism.
1987 – Philippine security forces open fire on a crowd of 10,000–15,000 demonstrators at Malacañang Palace, Manila, killing 13.
1990 – Robert Tappan Morris is convicted of releasing the 1988 Internet Computer worm.
1991 – Persian Gulf War: Three Iraqi Scuds and one Patriot missile hit Ramat Gan in Israel, injuring 96 people. Three elderly people die of heart attacks.

Obama Admits the Obamacare Co Ops are a Failure

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Cold War Radio #291

Posted: January 21, 2016 in Uncategorized
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The Democrats’ Filthy Flint Water

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cwr1_mugsMid-Week News Round-Up Of Muslim Maniacs And Western Wimps

With Democrats In Charge The Result Is Racism, Rape, Riots, and Poison Water

Tajikistan Forced Thousands Of Radical Muslims To Shave Their Beards

The Democrats’ Filthy Flint Water

Today In Cold War History
1950 – American lawyer and government official Alger Hiss is convicted of perjury.
1954 – The first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, is launched in Groton, Connecticut by Mamie Eisenhower, the First Lady of the United States.
1958 – The last Fokker C.X in military service, the Finnish Air Force FK-111 target tower, crashes, killing the pilot and winch-operator.
1958 : The American Secretary of State Dulles has made a trip to Baghdad to reassure the Baghdad Pact Nations that they have American Support. This area of the Middle East was in the process of resisting Soviet Pressures.
1960 – Little Joe 1B, a Mercury spacecraft, lifts off from Wallops Island, Virginia with Miss Sam, a female rhesus monkey on board.
1968 – Vietnam War: Battle of Khe Sanh: One of the most publicized and controversial battles of the war begins. During the battle, a massive aerial bombardment campaign (Operation Niagara) was launched by the United States Air Force to support the Marine base. Over 100,000 tons of bombs (equivalent in destructive force to five Hiroshima-size atomic bombs) were dropped until mid-April by aircraft of the US Navy, Air Force, and Marines onto the area surrounding Khe Sanh.
1968 – A B-52 bomber crashes near Thule Air Base, contaminating the area after its nuclear payload ruptures. One of the four bombs remains unaccounted for after the cleanup operation is complete.
1972 : An Oklahoma Newspaper includes a recap of Nixon’s State of the Union Address which took place the day before. Nixon addressed the possibility of making deadlier, missile-firing submarines, and he urged that this process be sped up.
1976 – Commercial service of Concorde begins with the London-Bahrain and Paris-Rio routes.
1977 – United States President Jimmy Carter pardons nearly all American Vietnam War draft evaders, some of whom had emigrated to Canada.
1981 – Production of the iconic DeLorean DMC-12 sports car begins in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland.

Democrat Senator: Baltimore Violence Partially Due to ‘Gun Show Loophole’

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USS Pueblo: LBJ Considered Nuclear Weapons, Naval Blockade, Ground Attacks in Response to 1968 North Korean Seizure of Navy Vessel, Documents Show

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cwr1_mugsUSS Pueblo: LBJ Considered Nuclear Weapons, Naval Blockade, Ground Attacks in Response to 1968 North Korean Seizure of Navy Vessel, Documents Show

Will Banning Muslim Migration Ruin The Anti-Isis Coalition?

Local Jails Have Refused to Hold Thousands of Criminal Aliens

Muslim Workers WALK OFF THE JOB at Arien Co., Prayer Times NOT ENOUGH, They want to STOP the Production Line

 

Today In Cold War History
1949 – Chinese Civil War: The Communist forces take over Tianjin from the Nationalist Government.
1951 – Ilse Koch, “The Witch of Buchenwald”, wife of the commandant of the Buchenwald concentration camp, is sentenced to life imprisonment by a court in West Germany.
1962 – The Derveni papyrus, Europe’s oldest surviving manuscript dating to 340 BC, is found in northern Greece.
1962 – Netherlands New Guinea Conflict: Indonesian Navy fast patrol boat RI Macan Tutul commanded by Commodore Yos Sudarso sunk in Arafura Sea by the Dutch Navy. The battle near (Etna Bay) of the Arafura Sea stopped an attempt by the Indonesian Navy to drop off 150 soldiers in Kaimana in Dutch New Guinea for sabotage and to incite the local population against the Dutch government.
1966 – The First Nigerian Republic, led by Abubakar Tafawa Balewa is overthrown in a military coup d’état.
1969 – The Soviet Union launches Soyuz 5.
1970 – Nigerian Civil War: After a 32-month fight for independence from Nigeria, Biafra surrenders.
1970 – Muammar Gaddafi is proclaimed premier of Libya.
1973 – Vietnam War: Citing progress in peace negotiations, President Richard Nixon announces the suspension of offensive action in North Vietnam.
1975 – The Alvor Agreement is signed, ending the Angolan War of Independence and giving Angola independence from Portugal.
1976 – Gerald Ford’s would-be assassin, Sara Jane Moore, is sentenced to life in prison. Moore’s friends said that she had a fascination and an obsession with Patricia Hearst(symbionese Liberation Army). Sara was an FBI informant when she attempted to assassinate Ford. Moore had been evaluated by the Secret Service earlier in 1975, but agents decided that she posed no danger to the President.[10] She had been picked up by police on an illegal handgun charge the day before the Ford incident, but was released. The police confiscated her .44 caliber revolver and 113 rounds of ammunition.
1981 – Pope John Paul II receives a delegation from Solidarity (Polish trade union) at the Vatican led by Lech Wałęsa.
1991 – The United Nations deadline for the withdrawal of Iraqi forces from occupied Kuwait expires, preparing the way for the start of Operation Desert Storm.

Hillary Clinton Had “Several Dozen” Classified Documents On Her Private Email Server

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Cold War Radio #289

Posted: January 12, 2016 in Uncategorized
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China Is Building Its First Military Base In Africa

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cwr1_mugsChina Is Building Its First Military Base In Africa. America Should Be Very Nervous

Countering the Contemporary Theory of Violent Jihad

Fat Cat GOP Donors Bemoan Possible Split In Party And Reduction In Income

The Freedom Center: A School For Political Warfare

Today In Cold War History
1962 – Vietnam War: Operation Chopper, the first American combat mission in the war, takes place. In December 1961, the USNS Core (T-AKV-41) docked in Saigon with 82 US Army Piasecki H-21 helicopters. A little more than 12 days later, Operation Chopper commenced.
The helicopters transported over 1,000[3] South Vietnamese paratroopers for an assault on a suspected NLF stronghold 10 miles west of Saigon. The NLF were surprised and soundly defeated, but they gained valuable combat experience they would later use with great effect against US troops. The paratroopers also captured a sought-after underground radio transmitter.
1966 – Lyndon B. Johnson states that the United States should stay in South Vietnam until Communist aggression there is ended.
1970 – Biafra capitulates, ending the Nigerian Civil War.
1971 – The Harrisburg Seven: Rev. Philip Berrigan and five other activists are indicted on charges of conspiring to kidnap Henry Kissinger and of plotting to blow up the heating tunnels of federal buildings in Washington, D.C.
1976 – The United Nations Security Council votes 11–1 to allow the Palestine Liberation Organization to participate in a Security Council debate (without voting rights).
1982 : The British Prime Minister’s ( Margaret Thatcher ) son has been reported missing in the Sahara desert while taking part in the Paris-Dakar race ( Mark Thatcher, his co-driver and mechanic were discovered safe and well six days later ).
1986 – Space Shuttle program: Congressman Bill Nelson lifts off from Kennedy Space Center aboard Columbia on mission STS-61-C as a Mission Specialist.
1991 – Gulf War: An act of the U.S. Congress authorizes the use of military force to drive Iraq out of Kuwait.

Leaders Of Designated Terrorist Group Invited To State Of The Union

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