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In 1977, "President Jimmy Carter, in his first day in office, fulfilled a campaign promise by granting unconditional pardons to hundreds of thousands of men... [Read More]
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The last time Gordon Strachan was on the Dundee payroll Jim Callaghan was the Prime Minister, Jimmy Carter the American president, the Sex Pistols had just... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump had a 42.7% average approval rating for the 10th quarter, the highest for his term and besting those of Ronald Reagan and... [Read More]
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Mark Talisman, who was named to Jimmy Carter's Commission on the Holocaust, has died at 78. [Read More]
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President Jimmy Carter's peanut business, which he put into a blind trust when he became president, was $1 million in the red by the time... [Read More]
The top American diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran when it was overrun by Iranian protesters in 1979 has died. L. Bruce Laingen (LAYNG'-ehn)... [Read More]
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On the morning the U.S. Embassy in Tehran was stormed by Iranian students, its top diplomat was visiting the Iranian Foreign Ministry, discussing security and... [Read More]
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The People's Mujahadeen of Iran (PMOI/MEK) has been demonized for decades, due to an organized, effective disinformation campaign by Iranian intelligence, and the appeasement of... [Read More]
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It's time for an update on how Donald Trump's terrible management skills are undermining his presidency. Here's the Mick Mulvaney edition - which could turn... [Read More]
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On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
When you think of President Kennedy, what comes to mind? His dream of sending astronauts to the moon? The Cuban Missile Crisis? What about Richard... [Read More]
On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
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His reshaping of who gets to interpret the Constitution is one of the greatest, longest-lasting, and most unheralded achievements in presidential history. [Read More]
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Regarding "About one-quarter of Americans have no hope of retiring" (July 8): Numbers give us both the reason and solution to this dire problem. When... [Read More]
On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
Carter's speech 40 years ago about a national crisis of confidence came to define his presidency. [Read More]
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Carter's reshaping of who gets to interpret the Constitution is one of the greatest and most unheralded achievements in presidential history. [Read More]
On Oct. 28, 1980, in the final debate of his race against Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a question that has come to define presidential... [Read More]
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