Bugs were found in bulk containers of starch and rice at one of the food stalls inside the Hong Kong Supermarket on Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross. Che Van Lai, 5495 Jimmy Carter Blvd., was given a failing score of 68/U on the recent...Show More Summary
NPR points out: Since a new process was put into place in 1976, the U.S. government has shut down 17 times [Update: Make that 18 ]. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan each dealt with six shutdowns during their terms in office, lasting anywhere from one day to 2 1/2 weeks. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (CNN) - It didn't take long. Just a day after President Barack Obama answered a phone call from Iranian president Hassan Rouhani - the first contact a U.S. president has had with an Iranian leader since Jimmy Carter spoke by phone with Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi in 1979 - Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says […]
The prevailing narrative in the Western media regarding the new president of the Islamic Republic, Hasan Rouhani, is reminiscent of the optimistic assessment of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini by Jimmy Carter's administration. PresidentShow More Summary
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History’s greatest monster (aside from Jimmy Carter), J.J. Abrams, recently took time out from his busy schedule of taking once-beloved science fiction franchises and making flashily brain-dead reboots of them (spoiler: seriously, super-Khan-blood to cheat any form of death? Really?) to talk about his approach to directing Star Wars Episode VII. Abrams recently spoke with [...]
Charles Lane complains about the politicization of the Federal Reserve: The 1978 Humphrey-Hawkins Act, passed by a Democratic Congress and signed by Democratic President Jimmy Carter, put the Fed in charge of value-laden (i.e., political)...Show More Summary
Back when Jimmy Carter was President (and I remember that) a spacecraft, one of two, was launched to take advantage of the alignment of the solar sytem’s gas giants; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The first of those, Voyager I, has been determined to have left the solar system.
In 1977, Jimmy Carter was president. Elvis Presley was still in the building. And the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was rolling up its sleeves to start addressing the problem of antibiotic overuse on industrial farms. Thirty-six years later, President Barack Obama is settling into his second term. Show More Summary
Barack Obama won the presidency with promises of smart diplomacy. Now, Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle of Trifecta think the world might begin looking to Russia and Vladimir Putin for strength and moral certitude. Find out why. PJTV subscribers click here to watch; an embeddable YouTube version is also available.
Former President Carter writes in the Washington Post. Regardless of the postponed congressional vote regarding the use of military force, other actions should be taken to address the situation in Syria, including an urgent effort to convene without conditions the long-delayed peace conference the United States and Russia announced in May. A resolution in the […]
I never thought I'd ever say it, but I miss Jimmy Carter and the days when America was prosperous at home and respected abroad.
Hours after Barack Obama addressed the nation last night, former President Jimmy Carter lent his support to the commander-in-chief's decision to let diplomatic efforts first determine the next course of action on intervening in Syria...Show More Summary
Also, a Jimmy Carter comparison, and a rebuttal from... Carter.
Obama is less lucky than FDR, less competent than Jimmy Carter, and less flexible than Bill Clinton. With Obama, all the failures of liberalism are coming to a head.
Billed as a game-changer on Syria, the President’s White House address landed with a thud that could be heard as far away as Damascus. Barack Obama has a huge credibility problem on Syria and on foreign policy in general, and Tuesday night’s speech will do nothing to help that. As Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer [...]
Also: A sort of poetic renaissance in Syria; former President Jimmy Carter is writing a book about women's lives; advice for fans of J.D. Salinger.
Separating: Longtime Georgetown society A-listers Gerald Rafshoon, 79, and his wife Eden Rafshoon, 69, after 35 years of marriage. He’s the former Atlanta ad man who became Jimmy Carter’s White House communications director before moving on to a long career … Continue reading ?
A proposal has circulated among major publishers for a book written by the former president.
Michael Ventura: "America does not at the moment have a functioning democracy." Former President Jimmy Carter expressed that judgment on the night of July 16 at a German-U.S. nonprofit called Atlantic Bridge in Atlanta, Ga. Der Spiegel translated Carter's statement into German for the German edition of its website.... Show More Summary