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The Berlin Wall

On this day in 1961, in efforts to stem the tide of Cold War refugees attempting to leave East Berlin, the communist government of East…

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Korea Today and the Miscalculations that Created it

At dawn on this day in 1950, an enormous wave of Communist North Korea’s massively equipped 200,000-soldier army comes pouring over the 38th Parallel, headed…

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Did Czechoslovakia’s Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk Commit Suicide?

In 1947 Masaryk made a fateful error in strongly endorsing the US offer of millions in aid under the Marshall Plan. When the US unveiled the brilliantly cunning and generous plan, the Soviets and their Czech lackeys demurred, and by strange coincidence a full-on communist coup was staged in February of ’48. Masaryk was one of the few non-communists left in place, a man largely alone.

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Hungary and Soviet Oppression

On this day in 1956, an escalating national uprising brewing for 12 days in Hungary is viciously crushed by Soviet tanks and troops. Thousands were…

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Ted Cruz's Daddy Puts Rev. Wright To Shame, Gay Rights And Evolution Are 'Communist' (VIDEO)

So how is Rafael Cruz going to play in 2016 when his oh so ambitious son runs for the highest office in the land? Just…

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The Apple And The Tree: Ted Cruz And His Crazy Ass Dad (VIDEO)

Well, now we know where he gets it from. Speaking at a “Free The People” rally this month (funded by Freedomworks), the father of Ted…

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