Here is my full article from the Wall Street Journal today in case you were not able to read it due to not having a subscription. Enjoy. How the GOP Can Win Young Voters With 37% of millennials unemployed or underemployed, the party has a shot. As the Republican field jockeys for position in the [...]
Analysis of Palin’s emails, Romney skipping Iowa and Newt’s future. I’m for drafting Paul Ryan!
Corn grits, cocoa, condensed milk, white bread and sugar. This was America’s menu for the starving millions in Soviet Russia during the 1921-23 famine – one of the greatest human disasters in Europe since the Black Death. The famine relief was spearheaded by Herbert Hoover, whose biographers credited him with saving more lives than any [...]
On Tuesday, March 1, at 7 PM, the National Archives will premiere the 52-minute PBS American Experience documentary film The Great Famine. This program is free and open to the public, and will take place in the William G. McGowan Theater of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, located on the National Mall at Constitution Ave. and 7th Street, NW.
This PBS documentary The Great Famine examines an important but little-known episode in American-Russian relations. Herbert Hoover, then Secretary of Commerce, in 1921 organized a massive U.S. two-year relief campaign that battled starvation and disease and saved millions of lives in Russia. The film is based on the book The Big Show in Bololand by Berntrand Patenaude.
I participated in a lovely conversation on the obligations and opportunities of growing up as a descendant of an American President last night at the Truman Little White House in Key West.
Luci Baines Johnson, daughter of Lyndon Johnson, Susan Ford Bales, daughter of Gerald Ford and Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of Harry Truman and I enjoyed the Key West evening in front of President Truman’s favorite get away location. We laughed at family stories and the discussed the duties each generation takes on when born into a presidential family.