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On March 30, 1943, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first musical opened in New York City and changed forever the face of musical theater in this country. “Oklahoma!” was a smash hit right from opening night. Never before had musical numbers been used to advance the plot, as Rodgers and Hammerstein did in “Oklahoma!” and several hits […]
The list of what we don’t need to fear is almost endless. But there are things that we should be concerned about. Read this article to see what they are and for a few precautions you can take to protect yourself…
Two civil rights organizations are up in arms about a Tea Party-backed event that recently took place at an Ohio-based high school.
A prominent Tea Party activist has announced his intention to unseat House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) for compromising with Democratic leaders on the Federal budget.
A new web series was recently launched that compares the leadership styles of President Barack Obama with former President Ronald Reagan.
Although he was widely lauded for his public-speaking skills prior to being elected to office, Barack Obama has garnered a lot of criticism recently for his lack of communication during pivotal moments of his Presidency.
Should you ever find yourself out for a drive along the Michigan-Indiana border, take a moment to venture by the Kalamazoo district offices of Representative Fred Upton (R-Mich.). By itself, Upton’s office is entirely unremarkable; but not far away is a billboard which may arrest your attention like it was the police and you were a kleptomaniacal Hollywood starlet with a coke habit.
A recent analysis by The Associated Press (AP) reveals that President Barack Obama’s administration has not followed through on his promise to create a more transparent Federal government.
There are many shots now being fired across the bow of the Federal Reserve. The latest occurred in Utah where the governor has a bill on his desk that would allow shops to accept gold Buffalo and Eagle coins, and silver Eagle coins as legal tender. Read this article to learn what States are doing to fight the Fed’s inflationary policies…