The Federal Reserve was created from a meeting in 1910 on Jekyll Island. Has it accomplished any of its goals.
In a Playboy interview out this month, Gary Oldman puts political correctness to the test and comes out as a Libertarian.
They, history’s potential patriots, choose, almost in opposition to the current rejection of diverse commencement speaker opinions. History will record the shameful withdrawal of Condoleezza Rice who, under pressure from student activists and professors (sic), canceled her scheduled commencement address at Rutgers University. In contradiction to suppression, Princeton granted “freedom of speech” to Al Gore.
By Alan Smithee And I said “I made it through “The Lone Ranger” and cannot recommend it. I was disappointed in its representation of cultural heroes as twisted comical half-witted bumbling abstractions. These are supposed to be legends of “loftier” stature, instruments of a message of good, like Batman and Robin, Roy Rogers, Tom […]
The importance of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was paramount, since Cardinal Spellman was the linchpin between Washington and the Vatican. This was so because Spellman had the ear not only of powerful politicians and military men in the U.S. but equally that of the Pope, a personal friend of his.
Today is April 15, Tax Day.
The federal government will consume 20.5 percent of America’s total income this year. It’s not as bad as in France or Greece, but somewhat worse than when we formed these United States. When we were Colonies under the British, the average tax burden on American colonists was 2 percent. That was considered unbearable, and the revolution was on.