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As North Korea Faces Famine, Kim Jong-Un Balloons To 300 Pounds

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Today In Cold War History
1947 – Paul becomes king of Greece, on the death of his childless elder brother, George II.
1947 – The only mutiny in the history of the Royal New Zealand Navy begins.
1948 – Communist forces respond to the introduction of the Deutsche Mark by attempting to force the western powers to withdraw from Berlin.
1948 – Faroe Islands gain autonomy from Denmark.
1949 – Chinese Civil War: The Chinese Communist Party holds unsuccessful peace talks with the Nationalist Party in Beijing, after three years of fighting.
1949 – The Government of Canada repeals Japanese Canadian internment after seven years.
1949 – The 26 counties of the Irish Free State become Ireland.
1954 – United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes the creation of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado.
1960 – The TIROS-1 satellite transmits the first television picture from space.
1967 – The United States Department of Transportation begins operation.
1969 – The Hawker Siddeley Harrier enters service with the Royal Air Force.
1970 – President Richard Nixon signs the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act into law, requiring the Surgeon General’s warnings on tobacco products and banning cigarette advertising on television and radio in the United States, starting on January 1, 1971.
1971 – Bangladesh Liberation War: The Pakistan Army massacre over 1,000 people in Keraniganj Upazila, Bangladesh.
1976 – Apple Inc. is formed by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne in Cupertino, California, USA.
1976 – Conrail takes over operations from six bankrupt railroads in the Northeastern U.S..
1976 – The Jovian–Plutonian gravitational effect, soon revealed as an April Fools’ Day hoax, is first reported by British astronomer Patrick Moore.
1989 – Margaret Thatcher’s new local government tax, the Community Charge (commonly known as the “poll tax”), is introduced in Scotland.

As North Korea Faces Famine, Kim Jong-Un Balloons To 300 Pounds

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Nationalist Party Set For Gains As 3 German States Vote

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Barack Obama Says David Cameron Allowed Libya To Become A ‘S*** Show’

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Hungary Declares State Of Emergency, Deploys Thousands Of Troops To Border

Obama Uses Army To Attack “White Privilege”

Today In Cold War History
1946 – Rudolf Höss, the first commandant of Auschwitz concentration camp, is captured by British troops. Hoss was the longest-serving commandant of Auschwitz concentration camp in World War II. He tested and carried into effect various methods to accelerate Hitler’s plan to systematically exterminate the Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Europe, known as the Final Solution. Höss introduced pesticide Zyklon B containing hydrogen cyanide to the killing process, thereby allowing soldiers at Auschwitz to murder 2,000 people every hour. He created the largest installation for the continuous annihilation of human beings ever known.
1955 : Sir Alexander Fleming remembered for his discovery of the drug penicillin dies in London of A Heart Attack.
1969 : Levi Jeans add the latest craze of jeans to their line of Jeans, bell bottoms, which had become fashionable as part of the hippie counterculture movement together with love beads, granny glasses, and tie-dye shirts.
1975 – Vietnam War: North Vietnamese and Viet Cong guerrilla forces establish control over Ban Me Thuot commune from the South Vietnamese army.
1977 – The 1977 Hanafi Siege: More than 130 hostages held in Washington, D.C., by Hanafi Muslims are set free after ambassadors from three Islamic nations join negotiations.
1978 – Coastal Road massacre: At least 37 are killed and more than 70 are wounded when Fatah hijack an Israeli bus, prompting Israel’s Operation Litani.
1983 – Pakistan successfully conducts a cold test of a nuclear weapon. Sub-critical (or cold) tests are any type of tests involving nuclear materials and possibly high-explosives (like those mentioned above) that purposely result in no yield. The name refers to the lack of creation of a critical mass of fissile material.
1985 : Mikhail Gorbachev was called upon to replace Konstantin Chernenko who had died the day before. During his first six years in office, he was instrumental in advocating foreign and domestic policy changes.
1990 – Lithuania declares itself independent from the Soviet Union.
1990 – Patricio Aylwin is sworn in as the first democratically elected President of Chile since 1970.

Iran to Be Blamed for Cyberattack on New York Dam, U.S. Official Says

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Suicidal Overcompensation In Germany

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The United States And Russia Must Not Sleepwalk

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Suicidal Overcompensation In Germany

Hillary Clinton Compromised The Identity Of A CIA Asset On Her Private Email Server

Today In Cold War History
1948 – The Conference of Youth and Students of Southeast Asia Fighting for Freedom and Independence convenes in Calcutta.
1953 – Censorship: Georgia approves the first literature censorship board in the United States.
1959 – The United Kingdom grants Cyprus independence, which is then formally proclaimed on August 16, 1960.
1959 USAF rocket-powered rail sled attains Mach 4.1 (4970 kph), NM
1960 – China successfully launches the T-7, its first sounding rocket.
1963 – The publication of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique reawakens the feminist movement in the United States as women’s organizations and consciousness raising groups spread.
1970 USSR launches Sputnik 52 & Molniya 1-13 communications satellite
1976 – Executive Order 9066, which led to the relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps, is rescinded by President Gerald R. Ford’s Proclamation 4417
1978 – Egyptian forces raid Larnaca International Airport in an attempt to intervene in a hijacking, without authorisation from the Republic of Cyprus authorities. The Cypriot National Guard and Police forces kill 15 Egyptian commandos and destroy the Egyptian C-130 transport plane in open combat.
1986 – Akkaraipattu massacre: the Sri Lankan Army massacres 80 Tamil farm workers in the eastern province of Sri Lanka.
1986 King Hussein of Jordan severs ties with PLO
1986 US Senate ratifies UN’s anti-genocide convention 37 years later
1986 USSR launches Mir space station into Earth orbit
2001 – The Oklahoma City bombing museum is dedicated at the Oklahoma City National Memorial.

DC Teachers Are Up In Arms Over 20-Day Extension Of Calendar Year

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Hillary Classified Emails Included Names of Undercover CIA Agents

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cwr1_mugsHillary Classified Emails Included Names of Undercover CIA Agents

Germany’s Migrant Deportation Plan: “Political Charade”

Islam and Islamism in America in 2015: Part II

Today In Cold War History
1949 : The first 45 RPM vinyl record was released.
1957 – Iskander Mirza of Pakistan lays the foundation-stone of the Guddu Barrage.
1964 : Following the success of the Barbie doll for girls Hasbro launch G.I. Joe an action figure for boys. G.I. Joe stood for “Government Issue Joe” , There were four originally four figures launched one for each branch of the Armed Forces.
1966 – Pakistan suggests a six-point agenda with Kashmir after the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965.
1972 – The British embassy in Dublin is destroyed in protest at Bloody Sunday.
1980 – Reports surface that the FBI is targeting allegedly corrupt Congressmen in the Abscam operation.
1982 – Hama massacre: The government of Syria attacks the town of Hama. The Hama massacre occurred in February 1982, when the Syrian Arab Army and the Defense Companies, under the orders of the country’s president Hafez al-Assad, besieged the town of Hama for 27 days in order to quell an uprising by the Muslim Brotherhood against al-Assad’s government.The massacre, carried out by the Syrian Army under commanding General Rifaat al-Assad, effectively ended the campaign begun in 1976 by Sunni Muslim groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, against the government.
1987 – After the 1986 People Power Revolution, the Philippines enacts a new constitution. The People Power Revolution (also known as the EDSA Revolution and the Philippine Revolution of 1986) was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines that began in 1983 and culminated on February 22–25, 1986. The methods used amounted to a sustained campaign of civil resistance against regime violence and electoral fraud. This case of nonviolent revolution led to the departure of President Ferdinand Marcos and the restoration of the country’s democracy. It is also referred to as the Yellow Revolution due to the presence of yellow ribbons during the demonstrations following the assassination of Filipino senator Benigno Aquino, Jr.It was widely seen as a victory of the people against the 20-year running authoritarian, repressive regime of then president Ferdinand Marcos and made news headlines as “the revolution that surprised the world”
1987 : Terry Waite is kidnapped by the Islamic militia group Islamic Jihad in Lebanon .
1989 – Soviet war in Afghanistan: The last Soviet armoured column leaves Kabul.
1990 – Apartheid: F. W. de Klerk announces the unbanning of the African National Congress and promises to release Nelson Mandela.

10,000 Young Migrants “Unaccounted For” in Europe

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Treasons Of The Democrats

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cwr1_mugsGerman Muslim Crime Denial Looks a lot like American Black Crime Denial

Treasons Of The Democrats

Disclosure: Another 41 Foreign-Born Individuals Snagged On Terror Charges

Bombshell: In Email, Hillary Ordered Aide to Strip Classified Marking and Send Sensitive Material

Today In Cold War History
1956 – Operation Auca: Five U.S. missionaries are killed by the Huaorani of Ecuador shortly after making contact with them.
1961: Following seven years of guerrilla warfare against French colonists by the FLN in Algeria, French voters including those in Algeria have voted to give Algeria it’s independence. Algeria gained it’s independence of in July 1962 .
1964 – President Lyndon B. Johnson declares a “War on Poverty” in the United States.
1971 – Bowing to international pressure, President of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto releases Bengali leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from prison, who had been arrested after declaring the independence of Bangladesh.
1973: Luna 21, a space probe that was not operated by humans, was sent out on this day. Eight days later it was reported and confirmed that this object did land on the moon. Television pictures were received on Earth as proof of this occurrence.
1973 – Watergate scandal: The trial of seven men accused of illegal entry into Democratic Party headquarters at Watergate begins.
1973: A citizen’s action group called Action for Children’s Television (ACT) made known its request of the U.S. Federal Government to ban advertisements during children’s television shows.
1975 – Ella T. Grasso becomes Governor of Connecticut, the first woman to serve as a Governor in the United States other than by succeeding her husband.
1977 – Three bombs explode in Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, within 37 minutes, killing seven. The bombings are attributed to an Armenian separatist group.
1979 – The tanker Betelgeuse explodes in Bantry Bay, Ireland.
1982 – Breakup of the Bell System: AT&T agrees to divest itself of twenty-two subdivisions.
Philly Mayor: Islamic State Cop Shooter ‘Does Not Represent’ Islam

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Stacy Rush Welcomes Madison Rising

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cwr1_mugsIt’s the Supreme Court stupid, which is why Cruz must be the nominee.

Madison Rising  interviewed by Stacy Rush

How to Manufacture an Anti-Muslim Hate-Crime ‘Epidemic’

Today In Cold War History

1948 – United Nations Security Council Resolution 66 relating to Palestine is adopted.
1949 – KC2XAK of Bridgeport, Connecticut becomes the first Ultra high frequency (UHF) television station to operate a daily schedule.
1959 – Physicist Richard Feynman gives a speech entitled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom”, which is regarded as the birth of nanotechnology.
1965 – During the Vietnam War, North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh rejected unconditional peace talks offered by the U.S.
1967 : A Soviet anti-satellite missile was anticipated by the U.S. military because 35% of the Soviet defense allotment was spent on space defense and the technological breakthrough for anti-satellite missiles was expected soon.
1972 : Aspirations that the wall between East and West Germany might come down had been dashed. East Germany was constructing a new fence with strong steel attached to pillars of concrete. Both sides of Germany were expected to join the United Nations, but would be on the opposite side of issues.
1975 – Bomb Explodes at LaGuardia Airport in New York City, killing 11 people and injuring 74. The bombing was never solved, with several suggested perpetrators, although investigators and historians believe that Croatian nationalists were the most likely. The attack occurred in a four-year period of heightened terrorist attacks within the United States.
1987 : Cardinal Miguel Obanda and Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega were to meet and negotiate a possible truce between American backed Contra insurgents and Ortega’s Sandinista government.
1989 – Playwright and human rights activist Vaclav Havel was sworn in as president of Czechoslovakia. He had formerly been denounced by Czech Communists as an enemy of the state and had spent five years in jail for his beliefs.
1989 – Riots break-out after Hong Kong decides to forcibly repatriate Vietnamese refugees.

France Releases WWII Documents Showing Collaboration With Nazis

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Comedianon joins us to talk about their war with ISIS

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Racial’ and ‘Religious’ Profiling Now – or Death Later

ROVE-STUPID: The GOP Establishment Launched Jihad Denial with Religion of Peace Narrative

‘Spinning Up As We Speak’: Email Shows Pentagon Was Ready To Roll As Benghazi Attack Occurred

Today In Cold War History
1950 – Cold War: Harry Gold is sentenced to 30 years in jail for helping Klaus Fuchs pass information about the Manhattan Project to the Soviet Union. His testimony is later instrumental in the prosecution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
1953 – Red Scare: General Electric announces that all communist employees will be discharged from the company.
1958 – The John Birch Society is founded in the United States. The John Birch Society (JBS) is an advocacy group supporting anti-communism and limited government. It has been described as radical right.
1961 – Tanganyika becomes independent from Britain.Tanganyika was a sovereign state that existed from 1961 until 1964. It was situated between the Indian Ocean and the African Great Lakes of Lake Victoria, Lake Nyasa and Lake Tanganyika. On 26 April 1964, Tanganyika joined with the People’s Republic of Zanzibar and Pemba to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, a new state that changed its name to the United Republic of Tanzania within a year.
1965 – Kecksburg UFO incident: A fireball is seen from Michigan to Pennsylvania; witnesses report something crashing in the woods near Pittsburgh. In 2005 NASA admits that it examined the object.
1966 – Barbados joins the United Nations.
1968 – Douglas Engelbart gave what became known as “The Mother of All Demos”, publicly debuting the computer mouse, hypertext, and the bit-mapped graphical user interface using the oN-Line System (NLS).
1969 – U.S. Secretary of State William P. Rogers proposes his plan for a ceasefire in the War of Attrition; Egypt and Jordan accept it over the objections of the PLO, which leads to civil war in Jordan in September 1970.
1971 – The United Arab Emirates join the United Nations.
1971 – Indo-Pakistani War: The Indian Air Force executes an airdrop of Indian Army units, bypassing Pakistani defences.
1973 – British and Irish authorities sign the Sunningdale Agreement in an attempt to establish a power-sharing Northern Ireland Executive and a cross-border Council of Ireland.
1979 – The eradication of the smallpox virus is certified, making smallpox the first and to date only human disease driven to extinction.

Hillary Now Denies Blaming Video To Benghazi Victims’ Families

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