May 20th…

0520-May-20b1995 – After publicly insulted Oklahoma, Oklahoma City and the victims of the Murrah Center bombing, Connie Chung is finally fired by CBS. America is stunned to discover that the Liberal Media apparently has at least some standards.

1983 – French scientist Luc Montagnier discovers a new virus that uses host cells to replicate. He calls it a retro-virus. To confirm his discovery he sent his findings to American “scientist” Robert Gallo, who then falsely claims 1. that he discovered it and 2. that it is the cause of the AIDS epidemic. Even though no actual peer review was done regarding Gallo’s claims, it is heralded as “fact” and anyone disputing his unfounded claim was black-balled by the highly politicized “scientific” community. Gallo has since become a millionaire selling a faulty, error-laden “test” for the HIV virus. A test that has killed numerous people after false positives resulted in their death from being poisoned by the equally untested “AIDS Treatments” such as AZT, a toxic, experimental drug deemed too dangerous for end-stage cancer victims.

May 16th…

0516-May-162005 – Having rushed to the presses with a juicy, yet poorly-sourced (and ultimately false) story about government officials tossing a copy of the Quran in a toilet, Newsweek magazine retracted the story when the resulting riots killed several people. As typical for Liberals, they blamed the deaths on “other causes”

1986 – The TV show Dallas officially “jumped the shark” when the character Bobby Ewing (played by Patrick Duffy) who had died the previous season, returns, claiming the entire previous season was all a bad dream. Dallas fans, as simple minded as they may have been, were not amused.

1966 – The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), an organization founded to promote racial equity via non-violent means, named Stokely Carmichael as their new chairman. Carmichael immediately fired all white staff and started advocating the use of violence to further “Black Power.”

Liberals continue, to this day, to laud the insightful methods of the SNCC and Carmichael, in bringing about social change.

May 14th…

0514-May-142008 – Believing the unfounded myth of “Global Warming” the US Department of Interior declared the polar bear a threatened species because of the loss of Arctic sea ice predicted by the myth. They then began debate regarding the impending danger of bear starvation because their porridge was being eaten by a blonde girl named Goldilocks.

1991 – World’s Largest Burrito created at 1,126 lbs. Unfortunately it failed as a solution to the impending gas shortage.

1980 – U.S. President Carter inaugurated the Department of Health and Human Services, thus creating yet another government agency to stick its nose into your private business, in complete disregard for the restrictions placed on the government by the US Constitution.

1787 – Delegates began gathering in Philadelphia for a convention to draw up the U.S. Constitution. An important point in history as it provided a handy supply of toilet paper for the current Presidential administration.

May 10th…

0510-May-102002 – A 39-day standoff between Israeli troops and Palestinian gunmen at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem ended with 13 suspected militants flown into European exile and 26 released into the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, the Israeli army had already been positioned in the Gaza strip so the 26 “freed” terrorists were soon given a “warm” welcome home.

2000 – After classified material outlining America’s nuclear weapons programs turned up missing from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, a fire, set deliberately to “clear brush from the path of a wildfire”, was driven by high winds into a New Mexico canyon, forcing the evacuation of the 11,000 residents of Los Alamos as well as those working at the laboratory. Given the inability to provide adequate security during the fire, any investigation into the missing documents was fruitless. It was later learned that the Communist Chinese government, which had heavily funded Bill Clinton’s campaign, had obtained enough classified US nuclear information to push them ten year ahead in their development of nuclear weapons.

Just a coincidence, we’re sure.

1994 – Former President George H. W. Bush’s office released his letter of resignation from the National Rifle Association. The letter expressed the elder Bush’s outrage over the NRA’s reference to federal agents as “jackbooted government thugs.” Jack boots are the kind that reach above the knee, which were worn in the 17 century by soldiers. Federal thugs either wear business shoes or-when shooting unarmed women holding babies or burning children to death-army boots.

The NRA has yet to apologize for the error.

May 9th…

0509-May-91996 – U.S. President Clinton is investigated regarding bribes, missing papers and corruption. He was assisted in his defense by Bernard W. Nussbaum and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Because nothing concrete was proven, the media assumed him innocent.

1980 – In Norco, California, five masked gunman hold up a Security Pacific bank, leading to a violent shoot-out and one of the largest pursuits in California history. Two of the gunmen and one police officer are killed and thirty-three police and civilian vehicles are destroyed in the chase.

1979 – Iranian Jewish businessman Habib Elghanian is executed by firing squad in Tehran, prompting the mass exodus of the once 100,000 member strong Jewish community of Iran.

1974 – U.S. President Nixon is investigated regarding bribes, missing papers and corruption. The prosecution was led by Bernard Nussbaum, assisted by Hillary Rodham Clinton. Because nothing concrete was proven, the media assumed him guilty.

1961 – FCC Chairman Newton N Minow criticizes TV as a “vast wasteland”. Few Americans could drag themselves away from the TV long enough to listen or notice.

1926 – Admiral Richard E. Byrd and Floyd Bennett claim to have flown over the North Pole. It was later determined that he actually just flew around aimlessly and lost, and didn’t want to admit it.

May 8th…

0508-May-81994 – Democrat President Clinton had already implemented a policy of repatriating (sending back) Cuban refugees (since Cuban-Americans voted mostly Republican) on May 8th, he temporarily reversed his decision, only to permanently re-instate it days later. Meanwhile Democrats continued to fight for amnesty for actual illegal immigrants, since they almost always wound up voting Democrat.

1984 – After the Olympic Committee announced new drug/steroid testing procedures, the Soviet Union announced that they would not participate in the 1984 Summer Olympics Games in Los Angeles.

1970 – A thousand odd high-school and college age anti-war protestors (otherwise known as hippies) tried to protest in New York City. About 200-odd bored, construction workers, working on the new World Trade Centers, took a break to beat the snot out of the hippies.

1886 – An Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John Styth Pemberton, mixes carbonated water, various flavorings and lots of cocaine, and begins selling his new medicinal drink, which is a run away success. He named it Coca Cola.

May 6th…

0506-May-61994 – In 1991 the Arkansas governor Bill Clinton had state employee Paula Jones escorted to his hotel room by a state trooper. Once she arrive the governor attempted to coerce her into sex. She refused and Clinton told her to talk to her boss, which she interpreted as a threat that she’d lose her job if she didn’t cooperate. Over the next few months Bill Clinton had the same state trooper leave veiled threats with Jones, to remind her to keep quiet.

On May 6, 1994 Paula Jones filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill Clinton. He, of course, claimed she was lying and was just wanting money, and then offered her $800,000 to shut up. She turned it down and said, no, she wanted an apology instead. Well, she and her husband were audited – like a lot of people Clinton didn’t like – then attacked by the MSM on everything from her looks to her accent. U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright – a personal friend of Bill Clinton’s, who refused to recuse herself from the case – decided Jones suffered no harm by being sexually harassed and threatened by Bill Clinton, and dismissed the case. The NOW and Feminists pretended to be looked away and examined the wallpaper.

1994 – The House of Representatives passed the 1994 “Assault Weapons” ban which made scary-looking guns illegal, while allowing guns with the exact same fire-power to continue to be made and sold. Democrats, apparently believe only scary-looking guns can kill you.

1987 – After daring the press to find dirt on him, Gary Hart denied that he was having an affair with model Donna Rice, in spite of photos showing them in an intimate pose.

1960 – REPUBLICAN President Eisenhower signs Civil Rights Act of 1960 after REPUBLICANS in both houses of Congress fought to get it passed amidst heavy opposition by DEMOCRATS

1937 – The absolute stupidity of making a passenger aircraft filled with explosive gas, suddenly dawns on the passengers and crew of the Hindenburg as it catches fire and burns high in the air above Lakehurst, NJ.

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