Fox News host Mark Levin on Sunday accused teachers who want COVID-19 safety measures of re-enacting Jim Crow-era segregation rules.
It's a rare day when Charlie Pierce and Power Line's John Hinderaker agree on something, but they agree that continued violent protest against Donald Trump will probably put him in the White House.
Trump channels George Wallace
It's been a long, 50-year road, but Donald Trump is finally finishing what George Wallace started.
Conservative columnist George Will predicted over the weekend that Donald Trump would destroy the Republican Party as it exists today because his campaign strategy was to only attract white voters.
With old news clips of George Wallace, it all falls into place.
The Times editorial board then goes on to compare Trump quotes with those of Sen. Joseph McCarthy and George Wallace.
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.
Weekend Talkshows Past - 1976 Presidential Candidate George Wallace answers questions about his position and his past. Meet The Press from March 28, 1976
(Alexander Dubcek - Prague Spring would be over soon) [media id=17601] No shortage of news, this day in 1968. The "Communism With A Human Face" ex
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