Presidential Primaries

Rick Santorum Insists GOP 2012 Primary Was Good For The Party
Former Sen. Rick Santorum wants us to believe that the last Republican presidential primary full of right wing extremists and grifters was somehow good for the party. Read more...
Daily Show's 'Best F*cking News Team' Takes On Media's Ridiculous Predictions For 2016
The Daily Show opened up this Wednesday by taking down the talking heads in the media who couldn't wait for one election cycle to be over before jumping right into the next one. Read more...
Chuck Todd Complains Clinton Talking About Voting Rights Is 'Getting Political Too Quickly'
The pundits on Meet the Press have declared that the presidential campaign season has started because Hillary Clinton spoke out about voter suppression. Read more...
On this Sunday's Meet the Press, Sen. Lindsey Graham just confirmed what most of us assumed already about their fake Benghazi outrage when they kept up with the attacks even after the election, and that is it's never going to end as long as Hillary Clinton is considered a presidential contender. Read more...
June 7, 1984 - Summits, Sikhs And Saber Rattling.
June 7, 1984 - The London Economic Summit begins. Persian Gulf tensions increase as Liberian Grain tanker hits mine and blows up. Iran-Iraq War continues. Golden Temple Aftermath in Punjab region of India, some 300 Sikhs dead after Army storms temple. Riots break out in New Delhi. Haitian sailboat capsizes with 6 drowned and some 61 rescued. Believed to be carrying refugees. Walter Mondale gets enough delegates for an easy nomination in upcoming Democratic Convention. Flash floods in Vermont. And Acid Rain more widespread than previously thought. Read more...

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June 1, 1980 - It's The Economy. It's The Hostages. It's The Horse Race.
June 1, 1980 - The economy takes a nosedive. George Bush drops out of Presidential Race. Assassination attempt on Urban League President Vernon Jordan. Hostage situation continues in Iran. Survivor from Mt. St. Helens eruption surfaces. Read more...
May 17, 1972 - "The Good News Is . . .The Bad News Is . . ."
May 17, 1972 - News of the Day. Good news for Wallace Campaign, picking up 26 more delegates. Bad news for Wallace - paralyzed by assassination attempt five days earlier. Two Soviet sailors evidently killed in U.S. bombing of Haiphong. Soviet Naval vessels spotted in South China Sea. The California Presidential Primary heating up. And a new trend in France; Franglaise. Read more...
May 15, 1964 - The Long Shot.
May 15, 1964 - 1964 Presidential Primary season. Ambassador to Saigon and GOP Presidential candidate Henry Cabot Lodge expected to win Oregon Primary, chances good in California. Senate GOP pledges to keep the Bobby Baker Scandal probe alive. Michigan Politics - Gov. George Romney and Attorney General Frank Kelly clash on Legislative Reapportionment issue. South Vietnam - 51 S. Vietnamese troops killed in ambush by Vietcong. LBJ and Robert McNamara hold talks on Vietnam situation. Civil Right leader Bayard Rustin pledges 50,000 to protest upcoming Democratic Convention in Atlantic City. Read more...
May 3, 1972 - "We Goofed".
May 3, 1972 - Silver Mine Disaster in Idaho. Presidential Primaries. Voting Machine malfunctions in Ohio. Nixon appoints L. Patrick Grey to replace J. Edgar Hoover. Mass defection of South Vietnamese troops from Huè. Upcoming Primaries. Sen. Jackson withdraws from race. Humphrey big winner in latest primaries. Guilty pleas in Yablonski murders. Read more...
Weekend Talkshows Past - From The Capitol - January 21, 1964
Weekend Talkshows Past - ABC Radio's From The Capitol for January 21, 1964 - interviewed is New York Congressman Jacob Javits regarding the crisis in the Panama Canal Zone and its implications for our Foreign Policy in Latin America. Also featured is ABC Hourly News for January 21st and reports on the upcoming Primaries and the Presidential race for 1964. Read more...