A great third season ending Wednesday night on FX’s The Americans, as the episode juxtaposed then-President Ronald Reagan’s “evil empire” speech with two undercover KGB agents in the U.S. distraught by the charge as their frantic teenage...Show More Summary
MRCTV’s Dan Joseph had a little thought experiment this week. He ventured onto the campus of the University of Maryland to ask students if they...
'Oh spirit of Reagan, I summon thee and bind thee to my will.' Ted Cruz, the presidential candidate for people who never learned to use their inside voices: “Obama is not a disaster because he was a senator,” said Cruz. “Obama is a disaster...Show More Summary
Naya Rivera and Michelle Trachtenberg arrive in style at Reagan International Airport in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night (April 23). The 28- and 29-year-old actress’s will be attending the White House Correspondent’s Dinner this weekend. On Friday (April 24), Naya was on hand with the Creative Collation, talking with senators about arts education in schools. [...]
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan could now be released from psychiatric care to live with his mother in Virginia. Has he been rehabilitated…or is he...
The convicted Ronald Reagan shooter wants a band and to publish his music anonymously says his attorney. Dr. Deborah Giorgi-Guarnieri testified Friday during court hearings that will ultimately determine whether and under what conditions John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to live full-time outside a mental hospital. Giorgi-Guarnieri says Hinckley should be allowed to start [...]
John Hinckley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate United States President Ronald Reagan 34 years ago, now says he’s been mentally stable for two decades and the time has come for him to start a rock band. And a psychiatrist who has examined the would-be assassin says he thinks that’s a pretty good idea. Show More Summary
The shooting for which he was convicted was an attempt to win the heart of actress Jodie Foster. Apparently he didn't need to kill anyone this time. Read the rest
What the hell is this? A cell dividing and then morphing into two separate entities — one of them possibly an angry ass-pustule, perhaps located on the butt of humanity? In a sense, yes: It’s an excerpt of a visual representation of the polarization of the US House of Representatives over time. If you vaguely [Read more...]
Excerpted from Lew Rockwell.com site: By Bretigne Schaffer Earlier this year I spent a few days at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center with my daughter who was having an EEG done. On our way home, I learned that there...
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It has been a long time coming but Ronald Reagan finally uttered those famous words of "evil empire" last night on the Season 3 ender of the FX Cold War spy show. The historic rhetoric and challenge of the Presidential speech of March...Show More Summary
As Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire" speech played on in the season three finale of The Americans, the Jennings family -- a unit made up of Russians and Americans, and those who know this fact and those who don't -- truly...
An element of normalcy in John Hinckley's life was revealed at a hearing yesterday, meant to help a judge determine whether the man who shot Ronald Reagan should spend even more time outside of a mental hospital: He has a girlfriend, NBC News reports. Hinckley's brother describes the woman, who...
At the end of The Americans’ best season to date, a moment of intimate honesty is disrupted by ’80s America’s nosy neighbor: President Ronald Reagan. Dutch’s speech about keeping up with the nuclear-armed Joneses contributes to “March...Show More Summary
This interview contains spoilers for the season-three finale of The Americans. Are you done catching your breath from last night’s season finale of The Americans? No? It’s okay. Take all the time you need. Whenever you’re ready, we asked co-showrunner Joel Fields all our pressing questions about season three. Are... More »
Hinckley has a new girlfriend, his brother Scott said Wednesday in a federal hearing to determine whether the part-time psychiatric hospital resident can be released.
Republicans tossing out the names of Democratic foils to rile up the GOP faithful (and gin up campaign contributions). QUOTE: I often joke that I know Ronald Reagan's birthday because it's my wedding anniversary. [...] truth be told, Tonette would tell you, I know our wedding anniversary because it's Ronald Reagan's birthday. Show More Summary
John Hinckley was 25 when a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity in the shooting of Reagan in 1981. Ever since, Hinckley has lived at a Washington mental hospital.