Amity Schlaes sells Calvin Coolidge as the hero of the Great Depression, not the goat -- and Face The Nation host Bob Shieffer lets her.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Wednesday suggested that President Franklin Roosevelt actually made the Great Depression worse with "class warfare politics" that "stopped creativity" and "drove businessmen away." The
Newstalgia Reference Room with Eleanor Roosevelt's Keynote Address at the 1956 Democratic Convention.
They began their Occupation in the dead of winter. GM cut off the heat and water to the buildings. The police tried to raid the factories several times, to no avail. Even the National Guard was called in.
In the wake of the mortgage meltdown, a dangerous theme is emerging. On its face, it seems perfectly reasonable and even attractive, especially to
[media id=12925] Desperate to change their miserable present, Republicans are traveling back in time to rewrite the past. And so it is with President
Presidential bashing of corporate crime, corruption and greed is as American as apple pie. While Republican Teddy Roosevelt decried "malefactors of
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
Alter joined Keith yesterday on "COUNTDOWN," and discussed the administration, Condi and Iran. I didn't realize there's a new water cooler phrase. Al
This is about right: "And finally, New Rule: You can't run on a mistake. Franklin Roosevelt didn't run for re-election claiming Pearl Harbor was his