Our greatest female aviator disappears off the map somewhere in the South Pacific. Had she been familiar with Morse Code, she might have survived when her plane went down.
The problem with Father Coughlin isn't just his message of hate; it's the affection his huge audience has for him.
If not for the body laid out in the funeral home, one might have thought that the final illness and death of Rudolph Valentino was one great publicity stunt.
The movement may not ultimately succeed, but Marcus Garvey has instilled in many blacks what other civil rights organization have failed to do--pride.
Huey sleeps with the other kingfish.
The long national nightmare of Richard Nixon's political career is over.
Speaking for every African-American living under the South's Jim Crow rules, Fannie Lou Hamer says she is sick and tired of being sick and tired.
The Drifter has some thoughts on the great fighter in the ring who was nowhere to be found when the call went out for soldiers to fight in the World War.
A brief comment notes that Jeanette Rankin is the first woman to have been elected to the House of Representatives.
A decent man runs a flawed campaign.