Broadcasts

December 19, 1981 - The Little Matter Of Poland.
Protests in Warsaw, spreading throughout the country. December 19, 1981 and the news was almost entirely about the Solidarity protests in Warsaw and spreading throughout the country, prompting the Moscow backed government of Wojciech Jaruzelski to declare martial law. Read more...
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles - The Sound Of B. Mitchel Reed In 1967.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with the Sound of B. Mitchel Reed, one of the most popular disc Jockey's in Los Angeles Radio in the 1960's, doing one of his trademark radio shows from July 15, 1967. Read more...
September 15, 1995 - The Saga Of Sarajevo - The Senate On Welfare Reform.
This day in history for September 15, 1995 - President Clinton announces pending peace agreement on Bosnia and the NATO ceasefire in Sarajevo. Jimmy Carter readies a mission to Cuba to discuss lifting sanctions. Senate vote on Welfare reform. Charges of tainting evidence in the OJ Simpson trial and Hurricane Marilyn churns around the Caribbean. Read more...
FDR Has Words About Taxes - 1936. 'Taxes Shall Be Levied According To Ability To Pay. That Is The Only American Principle'
President Roosevelt addresses a campaign rally on the subject of Taxes and the Economy, 1936. Read more...
Rupertgate Tuesday Recap.
The ongoing investigation into the phone hacking at News Of The World. Read more...

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July 6, 1970 - Loudly Askew.
News of the day for July 6, 1970. Russian Militarly Advisers firing SAM-2 and SAM-3 missiles into Israel from Egypt, claim to down 6 Israeli planes. Siege of Phnom Penh continues. Fighting in Vietnam portrayed as "light and scattered". Sec. Of State Rogers in Saigon. Italy waiting for it's 32nd Government to get going. Fighting in Northern Ireland between Catholics and Protestants with British Army squarely in the middle. Nixon back from 12 days in San Clemente. The Manson Trial gets underway with Jury selection posing a problem and the Unitarian Universalist Church Convention passes a resolution to turn the Vietnam War over to a Private Army with the government in charge of handing out checks. Read more...
Newstalgia Reference Room - Selling Point Four - 1950.
Newstalgia Reference Room with an address by President Harry S. Truman at the 17th Annual Convention of The Newspaper Guild on June 28, 1950, discussing his Point Four Foreign Aid/Empowerment Program. Read more...