Lyndon Johnson with some advice the liberals in the House and Senate are taking, again.
On CBS This Morning, Bryan Cranston in a scene from his Broadway hit "All the Way" now a movie on HBO
Rachel Maddow tracked down Bill Bogert, who made an ad against Barry Goldwater in 1964.
Bill Daley had to take a moment on Face the Nation to remind the panel that yesterday's politics would lead today's politicians to impeach and/or indict the president.
A new report before the "official" report on poverty in the U.S. is released gives a heads-up on what we can expect to be revealed. Yes, poverty is on track to reach levels not since before Lyndon Johnson's "war on poverty" in 1964. Peter
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann says that the U.S. should be more like China and do away with Great Society programs like Medicare and Medicaid. At a debate with seven other Republican candidates in South Carolina Saturday
News for this day in 1964 - America went to the polls to elect a President. Early returns via CBS News and early projections.
Newstalgia Reference room with President Johnson's Address to Congress regarding Civil Rights from March 13, 1965.
Rachel Maddow hits another one out of the ball park with her reporting on the GOP's resurrection of the Southern Strategy for the mid-term 2010 elections. What's astounding as she notes, is that they're not paying a price for it from the media. Time
[media id=9375] h/t Newstalgia The Nixon Library is a little miffed at the moment. It seems they don't care for the Watergate exhibit at the Natio
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