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Welcome back to another installment of the Watercooler, RedState’s daily Open Thread! Today, we’ve got…
- Judge serves eviction notice… on unborn child.
- University scholarship program needs a fundraiser… school president sells hot sauce.
- NYC mayor candidate breaks foot… tripping over a Chihuahua. Them anklebiters are nasty, folks…
- INSULTING: Oklahoma Progs try to portray tax opponents as zombies.
This Week In History
- Sunday, 10/22: Princeton Univ. chartered, 1746; Houston inaugurated as Texas President, 1836; Kennedy orders “quarantine” of Cuba, 1962
- Monday, 10/23: Battle of Westport (Kansas City, MO), 1864; starts of Battles of Henderson Field, 1942, and Leyte Gulf, 1944; Marine barracks bombing in Beirut, 1983
- Tuesday, 10/24: Transcontinental telegraph completed, 1861; Annie Taylor rides barrel over Niagara Falls, 1901; “Black Thursday” market crash, 1929
- Wednesday, 10/25: USS United States takes HMS Macedonian, 1812; torpedo malfunction sinks top sub ace Richard O’Kane’s USS Tang, 1944
- Thursday, 10/26: Franklin departs for France, 1776; Erie Canal opens, 1825; Earp-Clanton gunfight in Tombstone, 1881; Boeing 707 enters service, 1958
- Friday, 10/27: Treaty of Madrid sets US borders with Spanish colonies, 1795; NYC Subway opens, 1904; Reagan’s “A Time For Choosing” speech, 1964
- Saturday, 10/28: Battle of White Plains, 1776; Statue of Liberty dedicated, 1886; Khrushchev folds on Cuban missiles, 1962
Today’s Birthdays: Carmaker John Francis Dodge, 1864; artist Pablo Picasso, 1881; explorer Richard E. Byrd, 1888.
Holidays Around the World: Romania observes Armed Forces Day, Lithuania has Constitution Day and Slovenia celebrates Sovereignty Day today.
This Week In History is compiled with assistance from History.com and Wikipedia. Something interesting not listed here? Please share in the Comments section–this is an Audience Participation Encouraged featurette.
Gratuitous Gun Giveaways
- *American Handgunner magazine, for a Glock 19 Gen 5 9mm pistol package: http://americanhandgunner.com/giveaway/
- *Guns Magazine, for a CZ-USA P-10C 9mm, Coonan Arms .357 Magnum 1911 or EAA Tanfoglio pistol package: http://gunsmagazine.com/giveaway/
- Davidson’s Gallery of Guns, for a Howa M1500 .308 bolt-action rifle or Citadel 1911 Compact 3.5″-barrel .45 pistol: https://ggg.galleryofguns.com/
- *Aero Precision, for a custom AR15: http://gvwy.io/5tof9tj
- GrabAGun, for an IWI Galil Ace 7.62x39mm rifle: http://grabagun.com/giveaway
- Springfield Armory, for a 1911 Range Officer Elite Target .45 pistol: http://www.springfield-armory.com/resources/giveaways/
*Note: FMG Publishing giveaways require you to provide an FFL dealer’s info at entry. Aero Precision and Primary Arms giveaways give me one entry each per person who uses my referral link.
Quote of the Day
Inspired by some of last week’s events…
Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking.–The Scarecrow, The Wizard of Oz
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