Nov 17, 2018

Saturday Morning Post.

November 17. In 1603, Sir Walter Raleigh went on trial for treason. In 1800, Congress held its first session in DC. In 1871, the NRA was granted a charter by New York. In 1880, the first 3 British women graduated from London University. In 1913, Kaiser Wilhelm banned the army from dancing the tango. In 1947, the Screen Actors Guild implemented an anti-Communist loyalty oath. In 1968, NBC cut away from the final minutes of a Jets/Raiders game to begin "Heidi." (Raiders came from behind and won.) In 1970, the Soviet Union landed a vehicle on the moon and Lieutenant William Calley went on trial for the My Lai Massacre. In 1973, Nixon told the Associated Press, "Well, I'm not a crook." In 1988, Benazir Bhutto became the first female leader of an Islamic country (Pakistan). In 2010, researchers trapped anti-matter for the first time. Happy Birthday, Grace Abbott, Ruth Bari, Lesley Julia Abdela, Yolanda King, Rebecca Walker. It's Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Mission: Struggle for freedom and democracy. Out the treasonous. Out the crooks.Then lock them up.

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