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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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Today in History

1512 The forces of the Holy League are heavily defeated by the French at the Battle of Ravenna.
1713 The Treaty of Utrecht is signed, ending the War of Spanish Succession. France cedes Maritime provinces to Britain.
1783 After receiving a copy of the provisional treaty on 13 March, Congress proclaims a formal end to hostilities with Great Britain.
1814 Napoleon abdicates and is exiled to Elba.
1898 American President William McKinley asks Congress for declaration of war with Spain.
1941 German bombers blitz Coventry, England.
1942 Detachment 101 of the OSS–a guerrilla force–is activated in Burma.
1945 After two frustrating days of being repulsed and absorbing tremendous casualties, the Red Army finally takes the Seelow Heights north of Berlin.
1951 President Truman fires General Douglas MacArthur as head of United Nations forces in Korea.
Adolf Eichmann, Nazi Germany’s chief architect of the Holocaust in World War II, stands trial in Jerusalem on 15 charges that include war crimes, crimes against humanity, and crimes against the Jewish people. In covering the trial for The New Yorker, Hannah Arendt coins the phrase “the banality of evil” in reference to Eichmann. 
1961 Folk singer Bob Dylan performs in New York City for the first time, opening for John Lee Hooker.
1968 President Johnson signs the 1968 Civil Rights Act.
1974 The Judiciary committee subpoenas President Richard Nixon to produce tapes for impeachment inquiry.
1981 Reagan returns to the White House from hospital after recovery from an assassination attempt.
1986 Dodge Morgan sails solo nonstop around the world in 150 days.
1991 The United Nations Security Council issues formal ceasefire with Iraq.
1996 Forty-three African nations sign the African Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Treaty.

Mathematical Equation Showing How Fast Humans Are Wrecking Earth

Fear on the Brain

Video Of Overbooked Passenger Dragged Off Flight Goes Viral

Video Of Overbooked Passenger Dragged Off Flight Goes Viral

LGBT students ‘traumatized’ during Oklahoma Capitol visit

Karen Kipgen, Page Program Supervisor for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, sent out a Capitol-wide email warning members and their staff of “crossdressers in the building.”

Many of Warren Jeffs’ fundamentalist polygamous sect members are about to be homeless

Properties once owned by members of the Fundamentalist Cult of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Hildale are being sold off.

Low Pay and Intimidation - The Tesla Way

Tax Day Marches Aim Spotlight at Dumbass Trump's Hidden Tax Returns

Blaming the Boomers Is Just a Media Distraction in Service of the 1%

‘Looks like an ISIL video!’

‘Looks like an ISIL video!: Internet hammers Florida cops over anti-heroin ‘propaganda’ video

Documentary about Mississippi in the 60s seems frighteningly relevant today

Fact-Check Tool Fights Back Against Fake News Worldwide

Mainstream and wingnut media are living in different worlds

Dumbass Trump Is Ratcheting Up Wars Across the World

Wingnut troll sparks chaos at Jacksonville anti-Dumbass Trump war protest

Wingnut troll sparks chaos at Jacksonville anti-Dumbass Trump war protest

‘Alt-Right’ Leader Spencer Was Just Punched In The Head AGAIN Then Glitter Bombed

‘Alt-Right’ Leader Spencer Was Just Punched In The Head AGAIN Then Glitter Bombed
People just love smacking this Nazi upside the head.

Star formation caught on camera

Explosive star formation caught on camera

Animal Pictures