In a moving commentary in Monday’s (May 29), New York Times, Documentarians Ken Burns and Lynn Novick reflect on their ten-year research detailed in an upcoming documentary, The Vietnam War.
“For more than a generation,” Burns and Novick write, “instead of forging a path … Read More
Today would have been the 100th birthday of John F. Kennedy.
While he served less than three years as the nation’s 35th president, more books have been written about Kennedy – 62,000 – than any president in the last 152 years, (Lincoln comes in first … Read More
Fox News executives should issue the following statement:
“Fox News is calling for a total and complete shutdown of inaccurate and false stories coming from Sean Hannity until Fox representatives can figure out what the HELL is going on!”
P.S. – They have, sort of.… Read More
“I’m choosing this as a battle. On this I will stand. I will win, or I will die, I’m not backing down. I’m never giving up. I love this.” – Alex Jones, InfoWars
Courtesy Dan Piraro, Bizarro.com
Well, for Jones, the battle not only didn’t … Read More
President Trump must’ve missed CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 the other night when Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz recommended that the president get a personal lawyer and “zip it! …stop tweeting… stop talking…”
On Wednesday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein – an oasis of rationality – … Read More
Gen. Field Marshall Model’s aide: Field Marshall, pardon me for interrupting, but… British paratroops have apparently landed … three kilometers from here!
Gen. Model: Why should they do that? There is nothing valuable here. … Me! I am valuable. They have all come just to … Read More
There’s a moment in the film Patton where America’s World War II general has been sidelined from command and stationed in a French château after criticizing U.S. allies, slapping an enlisted soldier suffering from post-traumatic stress and calling him a coward.
General Bedell Smith explains … Read More