Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

On This Day — Reagan jokes about bombing Russia (August 11 1984) [MEDINT — Did Ronald Reagan Have Alzheimer’s Disease While in Office?]

“My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you today that I’ve signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes.” President Ronald Reagan (August 11, 1984) August 11 2021 — President Ronald Reagan made the … Continue reading

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40 Years Ago — Reagan assassination attempt (March 30 1981) — [Sheer Luck & The Fifth Bullet]

“I looked up at the presidential box above the stage where Abe Lincoln had been sitting the night he was shot and felt a curious sensation … I thought that even with all the Secret Service protection we now had, … Continue reading

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On This Day — Reagan Approves Covert Arms Sales to Iran (January 17, 1986) [2021]

“My purpose was… to send a signal that the United States was prepared to replace the animosity between the U.S. and Iran with a new relationship… At the same time we undertook this initiative, we made clear that Iran must … Continue reading

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On This Day — President Ronald Reagan announces economic sanctions against Libya (January 7 1986) [2021]

“I cannot rule out that Libya, in some way, is responsible for the ‘La Belle Disco’ bombing. But I must say that such hasty blame regarding Rome and Vienna, for which Libya had immediately been made responsible, did not prove … Continue reading

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On This Day — Reagan Approves Covert Arms Sales to Iran (January 17, 1986) [2019 Fake News Award]

“My purpose was… to send a signal that the United States was prepared to replace the animosity between [the U.S. and Iran] with a new relationship… At the same time we undertook this initiative, we made clear that Iran must … Continue reading

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On This Day — President Ronald Reagan announces economic sanctions against Libya (January 7 1986) [2020]

“I cannot rule out that Libya, in some way, is responsible (for the ‘La Belle Disco’ bombing ). But I must say that such hasty blame regarding Rome and Vienna, for which Libya had immediately been made responsible, did not … Continue reading

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Remembering CIA Phyllis Nancy Faraci (1939 – April 18 1983) — [2019]

”This tragedy, however awful, must not distract us from our search for peace in Lebanon and elsewhere. Your devotion to duty is known to all of us. Please let everyone know we will never give in to this cowardly type … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Alan Dershowitz Confirms “October Surprise Conspiracy Theory”

“Mr Karrubi agreed in the second Madrid meeting to cooperate with the Reagan campaign about the timing of any hostage release. In return, he was promised that the Reagan Administration, once in office, would return Iran’s frozen assets and help … Continue reading

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On This Day — Reagan Approves Covert Arms Sales to Iran (January 17, 1986)

“My purpose was… to send a signal that the United States was prepared to replace the animosity between [the U.S. and Iran] with a new relationship… At the same time we undertook this initiative, we made clear that Iran must … Continue reading

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On This Day — President Ronald Reagan Announces Economic Sanctions Against Libya (January 7 1986)

“I cannot rule out that Libya, in some way, is responsible (for the ‘La Belle Disco’ bombing ). But I must say that such hasty blame regarding Rome and Vienna, for which Libya had immediately been made responsible, did not … Continue reading

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