Thursday, January 10, 2019

January 10, 2019 Ridley's Believe It Or Not Margaret Thatcher Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For January 10, 2019 Trump is visiting the border at McCallem, Texas meeting with Border Patrol agents who are demanding a wall to aid them in their efforts to combat the flow of illegal aliens and drugs (he is getting an earful on why a wall works); Pelosi is urging a false narrative that a wall does not work and falsely portraying the Dems’ meeting with Trump as his being unpresidental, pounding on the table and storming out of the room, behavior denied by other Reds in the room (why is this political hack refusing to believe the DHS and Border Patrol in their assertions that walls have worked in sections of the border where they are in place); Jim Acosta who is pain in the ass to the president inadvertently helped the president’s case for a wall by filming a selfie of himself at the border at McAllem, Texas and pointing out there is no flood of illegals trying to get across which is the point the Border Patrol is trying to make; MSM is back in the bias anti-Trump news by canceling coverage of Trump’s and the Border Patrol’s news conference on the border responding to questions on the effectiveness of barriers which they asserted are very effective; the first of many Pelosi investigations will begin on February 7 with Michael Cohen appearing before the House Oversight Committee to probably in great detail bash Trump; the magnetic North Pole has been moving at an increased rate and scientists are clueless as to why prompting the need to update the Earth’s magnetic model in the interests of safe navigation; a TV editor at Seattle’s Q13 for altering the video of Trump’s Oval Office address by adding orange to his hair and making appear that Trump stuck his tongue out ahs been fired; hold on to your wallets if living in California as leftist Gavin Newsom has introduced a budget increased by 4 % and includes health care for illegals; my daily source for murders and shootings has stopped publishing so this feature will no longer appear in Ridley's Believe It Or Not-This Day In History.
     As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to Michael Jackson, factoids of interest for this day in history, the fact that today your acts do not merit the odium of others and a relevant  quote from Doctor Sun Yat-Sen on the Versailles Treaty,  secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like college graduations, birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
1.  National Cut Your Energy Costs Day—promoting energy conservation and the use of renewable energy to combat CO2 emissions.
2.  Margaret Thatcher Day—in a slow day for holidays and observances, if you are adventurous enough to be in the Falkland Islands you can celebrate the visit by Thatcher on this day in 1983, 7 moths after the British had defeated the Argentine invasion.
3. 1992 Number One Song— the number one song on this day in 1992 on a run of 7 weeks in that position was “Black or White” by Michael Jackson. Here is a recording of the song:
4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day as we move from words beginning with “n” to words beginning with “o” is “odium” which means hatred which describes the MSM’s feelings toward Trump to a tee.
5. Deep Throat--celebrating the birth on this day in 1949 of Linda Boreman better known to her fans as Linda Lovelace forever memorialized as the star of Deep Throat but after her career in pornography, she became a born again Christian and anti-pornography activist. Her life ended at age 53 in a fatal automobile accident.
     On this day in:  
a. 49 B.C.1923 Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon igniting a civil war in Rome.
b. 1920 the Treaty of Versailles wemt into effect, ending World War I.
c. 1946 the first General Assembly of the United Nations consisting of 51 nations held its first meeting in London.
d. 1984 the United States and the Vatican reestablished diplomatic relations after 117 years of termination of relations by Congress.
e. 1990 Time Warner was formed by a merger of Time, Inc. and Warner Communications.
    Reflections on the Versailles Treatry: “When the war was in progress, England and France agreed wholeheartedly with the Fourteen Points. As soon as the war was won, England, France, and Italy tried to frustrate Wilson's program because it was in conflict with their imperialist policies. As a consequence, the Peace Treaty was one of the most
unequal treaties ever negotiated in history.” Doctor Sun Yat-Sen, founding father of the
Republic of China .
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