Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

Obituary — Last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev dies aged 91 [Just a joke…]

A worker standing in a liquor line says, ‘I have had enough, save my place, I am going to shoot Gorbachev.’ Two hours later he returns to claim his place in line. His friends ask, ‘Did you get him?’ No, … Continue reading

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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 2022 — President Ronald Reagan made the … Continue reading

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On This Day — Reagan Approves Covert Arms Sales to Iran (January 17, 1986) [The Lockerbie Solution — Timeline]

“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) [UPDATE : Just a Timeline…]

“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 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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