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On June 17, 1972, a group of burglars, carrying electronic surveillance equipment, was arrested inside the Democratic National Committee offices at the Watergate building complex in Washington, DC. The men were quickly identified as having ties to the Nixon reelection campaign and to the White House.

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The EPA Issued a Press Release Banning the Use of DDT: A Safe and Effective Pesticide that had "Brought Malaria to Near Extinction"

The EPA Issued a Press Release Banning the Use of DDT: A Safe and Effective Pesticide that had “Brought Malaria to Near Extinction”

The general use of the pesticide DDT will no longer be legal in the United States after today, ending nearly three decades of application during which time the once-popular chemical was used to control insect pests on crop and forest lands, around homes and gardens, and for industrial and commercial purposes. An end to the continued domestic usage of the pesticide was decreed on June 14, ...
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United Flight 553 Crash: A Watergate Murder to Keep CIA Agent Dorothy Hunt, like Hubby E Howard Hunt, from Blowing the Whistle on the Watergate Coup

United Flight 553 Crash: A Watergate Murder to Keep CIA Agent Dorothy Hunt, like Hubby E Howard Hunt, from Blowing the Whistle on the Watergate Coup

Dorothy Hunt, wife of Howard Hunt (scapegoat for Watergate who was threatening to spill the beans on the whole thing), and a CIA agent like her husband, was allegedly on the flight with $250,000 cash aimed at buying the silence of her Husband's co-conspirators. Traveling along with her on the flight was CBS news correspondent whose CIA boyfriend had given her inside intel about Watergate and ...
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Time Magazine Global Cooling Alarm: "Science: Another Ice Age?"

Time Magazine Global Cooling Alarm: “Science: Another Ice Age?”

Nobody has ever offered a more succinct indictment of the global warming hoax than H. L. Mencken, who said: "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." The truth is that CO2 is a beneficial trace gas that exists in such ...
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Plane Carrying 2 High-Ranking members of Congress Disappeared on a Flight from Anchorage to Juneau

Plane Carrying 2 High-Ranking members of Congress Disappeared on a Flight from Anchorage to Juneau

A Cessna 310C (FAA Registration - N1812H), built in 1959, and carrying two high-ranking members of Congress: House Majority Leader Hale Boggs (D-Louisiana) and Rep. Nick Begich (D-Alaska) among its four passengers, disappeared on a flight from Anchorage to Juneau, Alaska as it was approaching the Chugach mountain range in southeast Alaska. Also onboard was Begich's aide Russell Brown, and pilot Don Jonz. At the time, this ...
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Alfred McCoy Publishes his Ground-Breaking Study, 'The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America'.

Alfred McCoy Publishes his Ground-Breaking Study, ‘The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America’.

"The full story of how Cold War politics and U.S. covert operations fueled a heroin boom in the Golden Triangle breaks when Yale University doctoral student Alfred McCoy publishes his ground-breaking study, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. The CIA attempts to quash the book." INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999 (House of Representatives - May 07, 1998) The first book to prove CIA ...
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The Washington Star Breaks the Story on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

The Washington Star Breaks the Story on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

Controversial research programs, unethical experimentation, and human trials have been part of the medical field for centuries. It doesn’t make it any less wrong, but certain scientists with questionable ethics have gotten away with a lot in the name of, well, science. The more (in)famous examples of wayward science include eugenics sterilization, electroshock therapy, ionizing radiation experiments, and the CIA program MKULTRA. But the government sponsored ...
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The ATF is Officially Established as an Independent Bureau within the Treasury Department

The ATF is Officially Established as an Independent Bureau within the Treasury Department

In 1972, the ATF was officially established as an independent bureau within the Treasury Department on July 1, 1972, this transferred the responsibilities of the ATF division of the IRS to the new Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Rex D. Davis oversaw the transition, becoming the bureau’s first director, having headed the division since 1970. During his tenure, Davis shepherded the organization into a new ...
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The Watergate Break-In: A CIA Coup to Overthrow US President Richard Nixon

The Watergate Break-In: A CIA Coup to Overthrow US President Richard Nixon

On June 17, 1972, a group of burglars, carrying electronic surveillance equipment, was arrested inside the Democratic National Committee offices at 2650 Virginia Avenue, NW, in Washington, D.C., the Watergate building complex. The men were quickly identified as having ties to the Nixon reelection campaign and to the White House. Though at the time the incident got little attention, it would snowball into one of the ...
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United Nations Environment Program is Founded by Maurice Strong Setting in Motion the Global Warming Hoax

United Nations Environment Program is Founded by Maurice Strong Setting in Motion the Global Warming Hoax

The Creator, Fabricator And Proponent Of Global Warming – Maurice Strong “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?” – Maurice Strong, founder of the UN Environment Program (UNEP) “Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, air-conditioning, and suburban housing – are not sustainable.” ...
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Presidential Candidate George Wallace is Shot 4 Times in an Assassination Attempt by a Supposed Lone, Crazed Gunman, Arthur Bremer, but Evidence Suggests Otherwise

Presidential Candidate George Wallace is Shot 4 Times in an Assassination Attempt by a Supposed Lone, Crazed Gunman, Arthur Bremer, but Evidence Suggests Otherwise

"I have no evidence, but I think my attempted assassination was part of a conspiracy." - Governor George Wallace The story was both familiar and devastating. Another crazy gunman, portrayed as a withdrawn loner, had taken down another leading political figure in our country. On May 15, 1972, Arthur Herman Bremer pulled a gun and fired upon Governor George Corley Wallace during his campaign rally at ...
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Stanley v. Illinois Decision: Unmarried Fathers Given Same Legal Standing as Married Fathers Undermining the Institution of Marriage

Stanley v. Illinois Decision: Unmarried Fathers Given Same Legal Standing as Married Fathers Undermining the Institution of Marriage

In the 1972 Stanley v. Illinois case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that custody laws distinguishing between married and unmarried fathers was “constitutionally repugnant.” Fathers would be given the same rights and face no consequences for fathering a child outside of marriage. Thus, one of the main reasons for entering into the religious and civil covenant and contract of marriage was removed. Those who were married ...
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The Equal Rights Amendment is Passed by Congress and Sent to States for Ratification but Stopped by Phyllis Schlafly's Grassroots Movement

The Equal Rights Amendment is Passed by Congress and Sent to States for Ratification but Stopped by Phyllis Schlafly’s Grassroots Movement

The so-called Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution passed by Congress in 1972 and sent to the states for ratification with a deadline for ratification of seven years. It was stopped by a conservative grassroots movement led by Phyllis Schlafly, which raised compelling objections including the following: it would require identical treatment of men and women, and boys and girls, in every way, such as allowing ...
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The National Coalition of Gay Organizations Convention is held in Chicago and an Agenda for State and Federal Actions

The National Coalition of Gay Organizations Convention is held in Chicago and an Agenda for State and Federal Actions

In February 1972, Some 200 homosexual organizations met in Chicago in 1972 at the National Coalition of Gay Organizations Convention to adopt a gay agenda (read agenda below) which included same-sex tax benefits, sex education courses taught and prepared by homosexuals "presenting homosexuality as a valid, healthy preference and lifestyle", and repealing of all laws governing age of sexual consent. Platform created at the National Coalition ...
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