The millennium nostalgia

In random late night searching through sleepless hours, we came across an interesting video on YouTube. In this CNN footage from December 31, 1999, we see then President Bill Clinton giving the final address to the nation of the 20th century before the dawning of a new millennium at midnight. What’s poignant about this video … Read moreThe millennium nostalgia

Old newspapers predictions were wrong on Krampus ‘going out of style’

The days of the unpleasant Santa were numbered, the Associated Press reported in 1935–children were so scared they would tremble for days. Authorities condemned him. And his pagan tradition had no place in the season of goodwill, the AP concluded.

Those predictions did not work will against the backdrop of reality.

The Drudge show hits IMPEACHMENT

It is great to see Matt Drudge showcase himself again on his own website.. There is absolutely no doubt that the Drudge Report changed the world, started a media revolution.. and for better or worse paved the way for what we are dealing with today… Drudge showed the media that a glamor job on a … Read moreThe Drudge show hits IMPEACHMENT

SPANISH FLU VS COVID

The “Do’s and Don’t’s” from the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic…. MORE…. COVID-19 has now killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic did — approximately 675,000. The U.S. population a century ago was just one-third of what it is today, meaning the flu cut a much bigger, more lethal swath through the … Read moreSPANISH FLU VS COVID

Bush administration hid truth on 2007 Taliban attack targeting Cheney: ‘Afghanistan Papers’ book excerpt

A new book is revealing information that Dick Cheney came much closer to being killed in 2007 than ever previously reported.. In an excerpt from “The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War,” Craig Whitlock details how the Bush administration hid the truth about an attack targeting Dick Cheney, amid fears it was losing … Read moreBush administration hid truth on 2007 Taliban attack targeting Cheney: ‘Afghanistan Papers’ book excerpt