The first president to fly was of course Theodore Roosevelt, a man who loved a dangerous challenge. When he flew at Kinloch Field, Saint Louis, Missouri on October 11, 1910, flying was still highly dangerous. His pilot that day was Arch Hoxsey, one
This film is hitting theaters tomorrow. My bride and I will see it on Saturday, with a review to follow.
NEW YORK—In a heartfelt social media statement to her fans, singer–songwriter Taylor Swift broke her long-standing political silence Monday to support restoring an all-powerful shōgun to its rightful place on the throne of Japan. “Hey guys, Taylor here—I’m writing
Jorge Bergoglio Has Lied To Us Jorge Bergoglio has told us many, many lies. The words “plethora,” “myriad,” “glut,” “superabundance,” and “deluge” come to mind when one reviews his thoroughgoing, consummate mendacity since his fraudulent installation by the Vatican’s Lavender
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