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Saturday 12 July 2014

Photo, above: Niels Bohr motorcycling with his wife, Margrethe, in Denmark around 1930.  Niels Henrik David Bohr (7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist who made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory, for which he received the Nobel Prize...

Friday 11 July 2014

  Photo, above: The Almohad reforms were a series of changes to the existing religious climate in Islamic Spain over the course of seventy years. The preceding Almoravid, while more repressive than some governments in Al-Andalus, was not violently repressive. The religious fundamentalism of the ...

Thursday 10 July 2014

Photo, above: A single Hubble Space Telescope image can capture scores of distant galaxies, but the one galaxy we'll never see from the outside is our own. As a result, no one knows the Milky Way's exact size and shape. It took more than a century after the discovery of the first spiral in space...

Wednesday 9 July 2014

Photo, above: Iron Dome intercepting a rocket above a populated Israeli area during the fourth day of the operation JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Hour One Wednesday  9 July   2014 / Hour 1, Block A: Arthur Waldron, Lauder Professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania, in re:   ...

Tuesday 8 July 2014

Photo, above: Battle of Galicia 1915 JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Co-host: Larry Kudlow, CNBC senior advisor; & Cumulus Media radio Hour One Tuesday  8 July 2014 / Hour 1, Block A: John B. Taylor, Hoover Institution, & via Economics One, in re: New Legislation Requires Fed to Adopt Policy Rule (1 of...

Monday 7 July 2014 2014

    Photo, above: Outside of Gaza, the IDF gathers for Operation Protective Edge. JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Hour One Monday 7 July 2014  / Hour 1, Block A: Bill Roggio, Thomas Joscelyn, FDD. Monday 7 July 2014  / Hour 1, Block B: Bill Roggio, Thomas Joscelyn, FDD. Analysis: Islamic State's 'caliph' leads...

Sunday 6 July 2014

Photo, above:   Assassination of President Lincoln - The murderer leaping upon the stage, and catching his spur in the flag which hung before the President's box. - From a sketch by our Special Artist, Albert Berghaus.  Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 6, 1865     JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Hour...

Saturday 5 July 2014

Photo, above: La Amistad (Spanish for "friendship") was a Nineteenth-Century two-masted schooner built in Spain and owned by a Spaniard living in Cuba. While it was transporting Mende captives originally kidnapped in Sierra Leone from Havana, Cuba, in July 1839, the Africans took control of the...

Friday 4 July 2014

Photo, above: Pennsylvania, Gettysburg Battlefield, Slaughter Pen.  The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1–3, 1863, in and around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, between Union and Confederate forces during the American Civil War. The battle involved the largest number of casualties of the...

Thursday 3 July 2014

Graphic, above: A world map released by the "Islamic State" on Twitter shows the jihadist organization's 5-year plan to establish the Caliphate across the entire Middle East including Israel, North Africa, Spain, Greece, Pakistan, Georgia, China and parts of Russia. "The legality of all emirates,...

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