Today in History for November 8th

Adolf Hitler makes his first attempt to seize power in Germany; Democrat John F. Kennedy wins the presidency; Ronald Reagan is elected governor of California; Bonnie Raitt is born; Led Zeppelin releases the album ”Led Zeppelin Four.”. (Nov. 8)

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Today in History for August 11th

Highlights of this day in history: Start of the Watts riots in Los Angeles; President Ronald Reagan’s joke causes a Cold War flap; The Mall of America opens; ‘Roots’ author Alex Haley born; Painter Jackson Pollock killed in auto accident. (Aug. 11)

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Today in History for June 21st

Highlights of this day in history: Three civil rights workers disappear in Mississippi; John Hinckley, Jr. found not guilty by reason of insanity for shooting President Ronald Reagan and three others; Britain’s Prince William born. (June 21)

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Today in History for June 12th

Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan demands the tearing down of the Berlin Wall; Civil rights activist Medgar Evers killed; O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole and Ronald Goldman murdered; Baseball Hall of Fame opens. (June 12)

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Today in History for June 5th

Highlights of this day in history: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles; The Six-Day War erupts in the Mideast; Birth of the Marshall Plan; First reported AIDS cases in the U.S.; Former President Ronald Reagan dies. (June 5)

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Today in History for March 30th

Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan is wounded in an assassination attempt; The U.S. reaches a deal with Russia to buy Alaska Territory; Actor James Cagney dies; Musician Eric Clapton born. (March 30)

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Today in History for March 4th

Highlights of this day in history: Franklin D. Roosevelt is sworn in as president and vows to lead America out of the Great Depression; President Ronald Reagan takes responsibility for the Iran-Contra affair; The AAA is founded. (March 4)

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Today in History for February 26th

Highlights of this day in history: The 1993 bombing of New York’s World Trade Center; President Ronald Reagan rebuked over Iran-Contra; France’s Napoleon Bonaparte escapes exile on Elba; Singers Fats Domino and Johnny Cash born. (Feb. 26)

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Today in History for February 6th

Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan born; Hillary Clinton runs for the U.S. Senate; Britain’s King George VI dies; baseball legend Babe Ruth and reggae superstar Bob Marley born. (Feb. 6)

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Today in History for November 8th

(8 Nov 2018) Adolf Hitler makes his first attempt to seize power in Germany; Democrat John F. Kennedy wins the presidency; Ronald Reagan is elected governor of California; Bonnie Raitt is born; Led Zeppelin releases the album ”Led Zeppelin Four.”. (Nov. 8)

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Ronald Reagan ‘in the flesh’ thanks to first hologram

“It was a little scary, but very exciting to be able to see him in the flesh again” says Joanne M. Drake, manager of the Ronald Regan Foundation, after the unveiling of the first hologram of a US president. The real-life looking, three-dimensional Ronald Reagan is now welcoming visitors to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, just outside of Los Angeles.

Ronald Reagan is back but time as a hologram

(10 Oct 2018) Ronald Reagan waves to a crowd during a 1984 campaign stop, shows up in the Oval Office and walks with his dog. All part of a new high-tech digital hologram exhibit opening Thursday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library west of Los Angeles. (Oct 10)

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Today in History for August 11th

(11 Aug 2018) Highlights of this day in history: Start of the Watts riots in Los Angeles; President Ronald Reagan’s joke causes a Cold War flap; The Mall of America opens; ‘Roots’ author Alex Haley born; Painter Jackson Pollock killed in auto accident. (Aug. 11)

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Today in History for June 21st

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Highlights of this day in history: Three civil rights workers disappear in Mississippi; John Hinckley, Jr. found not guilty by reason of insanity for shooting President Ronald Reagan and three others; Britain’s Prince William born. (June 21)

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Today in History for June 12th

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Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan demands the tearing down of the Berlin Wall; Civil rights activist Medgar Evers killed; O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole and Ronald Goldman murdered; Baseball Hall of Fame opens. (June 12)

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Today in History for June 5th

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Highlights of this day in history: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles; The Six-Day War erupts in the Mideast; Birth of the Marshall Plan; First reported AIDS cases in the U.S.; Former President Ronald Reagan dies. (June 5)

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Longtime White House protester has passion for peace

Ronald Reagan was president when Philipos Melaku-Bello first began protesting in front of the White House. Thirty-seven years and five presidents later, Melaku-Bello is still there, quietly delivering his message from a tarpaulin-covered shelter plastered with signs against the nuclear industry, for peace, and in support of human rights.

Today in History for March 4th

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Highlights of this day in history: Franklin D. Roosevelt is sworn in as president and vows to lead America out of the Great Depression; President Ronald Reagan takes responsibility for the Iran-Contra affair; The AAA is founded. (March 4)

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Today in History for February 26th

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Highlights of this day in history: The 1993 bombing of New York’s World Trade Center; President Ronald Reagan rebuked over Iran-Contra; France’s Napoleon Bonaparte escapes exile on Elba; Singers Fats Domino and Johnny Cash born. (Feb. 26)

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Will Arming Teachers With Guns Help Stop School Shootings?

Business Insider Editorial Director Henry Blodget explains why arming teachers, Trump’s favored strategy to prevent more school shootings, is unlikely to solve the problem.

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 Will giving teachers guns help stop school shootings? Gun massacres are an American crisis. They aren’t a “price of freedom.” If we do nothing, they will happen again and again and again. The inaction of Congress over the past decade has been a disgrace. Doing (almost) anything is better than doing nothing.

So the deepest respect to the students in Florida who are demanding more than “thoughts and prayers.” Kudos to President Trump and lawmakers for at least talking about doing something.

The favored solution of President Trump and many in Congress is more guns. Specifically, giving teachers guns so they can kill school shooters before the shooters kill kids. Will that help?

Well, first, arming teachers is indeed an emotionally appealing solution. If a crazy person does charge into my kids’ school to shoot children, I would like a whole platoon in there to take him out.

But the reality is more complex.

First, the evidence suggests that right-to-carry laws that allow citizens to carry guns do not reduce violent crime. In fact, they increase it. A 2018 study found that: “Right-to-carry laws are associated with higher aggregate violent crime rates, and the size of the deleterious effects…climbs over time.”

“Ten years after the adoption of right-to-carry laws, violent crime is estimated to be 13-15 percent higher than it would have been without the law.”

Second, even trained professionals in the right place at the right time can’t always stop an assailant with a gun. For example, the Parkland school did have an armed security guard on the campus at the time of the shooting. He did not stop the shooter.

As another example, look at this picture of President Ronald Reagan just before he and his aides were shot. The President was surrounded by trained, armed professionals. They did not stop the shots.

In short: maybe some deterrent effect, maybe in some cases less devastation, but not likely to solve the problem. And not likely to be nearly as effective as sensible gun-control laws.

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Today in History for February 6th

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Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan born; Hillary Clinton runs for the U.S. Senate; Britain’s King George VI dies; baseball legend Babe Ruth and reggae superstar Bob Marley born. (Feb. 6)

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Today in History for January 20th

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Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American hostages; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President. (Jan. 20)

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Keiser Report: Shareholders Getting Leftovers (E1067)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss shareholders getting leftovers and mortgage lenders collapsing. In the second half, Max interviews Paul Craig Roberts, Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, about the failures of capitalism to account for externalized costs.

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What An Expert Analyst Makes Of Trump’s Language (HBO)

Some opponents of Donald Trump are convinced his combative speech style is actually a shrewd form of propaganda. VICE News sat down with Terence P. Moran, a longtime scholar of political speech, to gain some perspective on the rhetoric of the reality-TV star turned U.S. president.

Moran believes Trump is successful in part due to his habitual use of hyperbole. But Trump’s methods aren’t revolutionary, he contends; they’re rather reminiscent of past politicians, including Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan. “In a complex world, it’s nice to have someone promising solutions,” Moran said about Trump’s so-called strategy.

He did, however, offer an approach to define and counteract propaganda: “It’s called bullshit and the art of crap-detecting, and that is the essence of what we ought to be doing.”

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