This day in history - January 26, 1944 - the Italian campaign continues slowly. Soviet Union refuses to recognize Polish government in exile based on reiterating Nazi propaganda about alleged Russian atrocities. Argentina cuts off ties to Germany. The Black Market is alive and well and thriving in the U.S., based on undercover investigations.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann explained her support for waterboarding Monday by likening it to the decision to drop nuclear bombs on Japan during World War II. At Saturday's CBS News/National Journal Republican presidential
Study: Employers Used Recession As Excuse To Cut Even Deeper And Increase Profits. Why Is No One Talking About This?
This was so frustrating, talking to the Tea Partiers at their rally the other day: When I brought up this report, they defended the employers. The
This is starting to look like a pattern. First Mark Kirk, now Jan Brewer. Governor Brewer's effort to stir sympathy for her cause seems to have backfi
Countdown's Worst Persons and surprisingly the number two spot instead of number one went to George Bush for this. Bush: War Boosts The U.S. Econom
This is going to inflame so many groups, I can't even imagine that anything will actually get done. It'll be good if Gates actually pulls it off, bu
Newstalgia Breaking News Update - Polish President And 98 Others Die In Air Disaster - April 10, 2010
(Within minutes almost the entire Polish government was wiped out) Breaking news this morning - As reported by BBC World Service: President Lech K
Deficits only seem to matter to anyone only when George Bush isn't president. Ben Bernanke Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke warned Wednesday
It's too bad Bob Schieffer did not manage to do as good of a job as the staff at CBS news with refuting some of Michele Bachmann's nonsense during her
One of the most popular songstresses in England during World War II. If you're fortunate enough to be with the one you love this evening, put your arm