Roosevelt

Leaving aside the fact that this is yet another installment of 'It's 1939 And The Next Hitler Is About To Invade Poland' silliness, Grassley's historical revisionism is remarkable. Read more...
Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol says that Republicans in Congress should "take Obama's offer" to raise taxes on the wealthy because the GOP shouldn't "fall on its sword to defend a bunch of millionaires." During a panel on Fox News Sunday, Read more...
Newstalgia Reference Room - FDR Addresses First United Nations Conference On Food And Agriculture - 1943
Newstalgia Reference Room - President Franklin Roosevelt Addresses the first United Nations Food and Agriculture Conference on June 7, 1943. Read more...
Newstalgia Reference Room - FDR Takes It On The Road  - 1938
Newstalgia Reference Room - FDR, during a U.S. Tour, speaks about The New Deal and the accomplishments of his second term and the upcoming 1938 Mid-Term elections. Read more...
March 1, 1942 - Invasion Of Java And A Morale Boost In London.
March 1, 1942 - Japan invades Java. British Commando raid on French coast. Ground action in North Africa. Labour Party issues pamphlet on Life In A Post-War World. Japan attacks Port Moresby. Fears of an invasion of Australia. Capitol Hill: Court-Martial proceedings against Military commanders accused of dereliction of duty postponed until after the War. Read more...

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So I was watching a CNN panel today and the subject up for debate was something along the lines of, "Is Obama shedding constituents? Critics say Read more...
Nobel Peace Prize Recipients Past - Teddy Roosevelt
(Teddy Roosevelt - aside from National Parks, also attributed to coining the phrases: Speak Softly and Carry A Big Stick and Good To The Last Drop) Read more...
The truth may set you free, but not if you're a Republican and the subject is taxes. After all, 95% of American families as promised received a tax Read more...
FDR: Welcoming The Hatred
FDR: Welcoming The Hatred Read more...
The Hill asked the other 97 sitting US Senators whether or not they would accept the offer to be #2. Richard Shelby's answer was probably the most, s Read more...