Congratulations…….#PresidentTrump

What a night we’ve had…what an election. Donald J. Trump and Vice President elect, Mike Pence, have had quite a journey and we’ve been with them pretty much every... Read more »

Anyone Ever Heard of Herman Cain?

Go back to the Primary 2012 for the GOP… A black man by the name of Herman Cain ran against many establishment figures for the GOP nomination. I’m sure... Read more »

The First Real Female President…

In all actually, the first Female President of the United States was Edith Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson… As many historians will affirm, the real first woman president... Read more »

Johnson’s Great Society

When we think of the Sixties, we usually think of 1968 – a year of complete transformation of America in and its social sphere. Yet, many looking back, find... Read more »

Reagan Showed Grace Under Fire

Back in 1976, Ronald Reagan had gone through a very heated primary with President Gerald Ford. Instead of doing what Ted Cruz (R-TX) did last night by failing to... Read more »

Independence?

By Thornton Crowe As published on Salisbury News On Independence Day weekend, I thought about what this holiday’s remembrance is really all about and why it’s meaning now is... Read more »

Rest In Peace, First Lady, Nancy Reagan

By Thornton Crowe When I was in my mid-teens, the Reagans came to DC with all the pomp and circumstance. Ronald Reagan won triumphantly over one-term president Jimmy Carter,... Read more »

An Inconvenient History

Many historians have conclude, based on documentation, the Civil Rights Law was another ‘forced into glory’ situation (like Lincoln) because we could not demonize other countries for lack of... Read more »

Life is Not Fair…

By Thornton Crowe (first published on Salisbury News) One could argue for things like Welfare and Affirmative Action under the premise of leveling the playing field for underprivileged; however,... Read more »

Setting the Record Straight…

By Thornton Crowe (First Published on Salisbury News) Over the years I am stunned at those little moments on TV where reporters go out and ask the ‘man on... Read more »