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"In 1913, it was legal to mail children."
One small meal for mankind
The very first meal on the surface of the moon was the Holy Communion.
Close enough for government work
The U.S. initially had three federal felonies: treason, piracy, and counterfeiting securities and money.
Yes and no
"Forty years ago ... about half of congressional districts were genuinely competitive. Today, only about 10 percent of House races on Cook Political Report are listed as ‘toss-ups’ or ‘lean’ to one party."
Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign has "exactly the same" challenges as Ronald Reagan’s successful 1980 bid.
Immigration law is a code of a different color
Georgia’s illegal immigration crackdown laws should be called the "Brown Codes" because of their similarity to the "Black Codes" governing blacks after the Civil War.
Axed aides lost one for the Gipper
"On the day of the New Hampshire primary in 1980, the top 13 people of Ronald Reagan’s staff quit."
Sorry Al, Montgomery has greater civil rights claim, experts say.
"(Birmingham, Ala.) is the cradle of the civil rights movement."
Right on jobs, wrong on revenues
If today's economy was rebounding at the rate of the "Reagan recovery," it would have created the equivalent of 25 million new jobs and raised federal revenue by $800 billion a year.
We read it. It's not there.
In the U.S. Constitution, "there’s a little section in there that talks about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Broun needs to brush up on his history
Says President Franklin Delano Roosevelt sent his advisers to study socialism with Soviet dictator Josef Stalin so the president could replicate it in the United States.
No, you can't count Confederate slaves as soldiers
"You’ll find blacks in almost every regiment throughout the South who fought right alongside white Southerners," during the Civil War.
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