Those who don't know history are doomed to make it up The post No, Trumpidians, Ronald Reagan Was Not Behind Jimmy Carter In 1980 appeared first on RedState.
"I will never forget that election night, folks. In 1980 it was so bad for the Democrats — they got skunked so bad — Jimmy Carter conceded before 10 p.m. Eastern time. Those three networks, you should have seen the long faces and all of the reporters that were at various campaign headquarter locations...."
As the madcap, ugly 2016 election nears its end, one thing is clear: most Americans don’t trust either of their main choices for president. Between Hillary Clinton’s serious trust deficit and Donald Trump’s ever darker unpleasantness, this election cycle is increasingly marked by voters’...
37 years ago, the United States was poised on the edge of an energy revolution. The interdepartmental plan that Dr. Allan Hoffman presented President Jimmy Carter outlined how the nation could derive 20% of its power from renewablesShow More Summary
Guest post by Joe Hoft The maintream media skews polls to discourage Republican voters and has done it for years.... The post Flashback: On This Day in 1980 Gallup Had Jimmy Carter Up 8 Points on Ronald Reagan appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Jeffrey Goldberg paints critics of Israel as vessels of Jew hatred -- including Jimmy Carter, Jill Stein, and a Norwegian band that supports boycott. And his fixation on the Holocaust caused him to be wrong in his reporting on Iran. So it is absolutely fair to bring up his Jewishness in critiquing his journalism.
When the national press descended on Plains, GA, during the 1976 presidential campaign, the journalists were looking for some insight into Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter’s character. They found something even better: Carter’s hard-drinking younger brother, gas station owner Billy.
Co-written with Andrew Klumpp Why do many evangelical Christians still back Donald Trump? Because they are consistent. What James Dobson said this week could have been said 40 years ago of Jimmy Carter: "I also find Hillary Clinton's support of partial birth abortion criminal... Show More Summary
These claims serve "only to undermine confidence in our democratic processes"
Lime Rickey International…noise…nation. Poet James Dickey wrote “Strength of Fields” for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter in 1977. Tell me in a voice the sea Would have, if it had not a better one: as it lifts, Hundreds...Show More Summary
Giant President Heads by artist David Adicke. Photo: WayTru 2007, used under the Creative Commons 2.0 license. The ghosts of presidents past are haunting me. I look at Hillary Clinton and she morphs into Jimmy Carter: all facts and figures and no direction. I look at Donald Trump and he morphs into George W. Show More Summary
Immunotherapy drugs that stimulate the immune system to fight cancer are a hot news topic, buoyed in part by high-profile apparent success stories like that of U.S. President Jimmy Carter who was diagnosed last year with metastatic melanoma. As evidenced by some recent headlines, these stories tend to focus on the positive outcomes: TIME: A new cancer therapy leads […]
Forty years ago, presidential candidate Jimmy Carter, a born-again Baptist, admitted in a notorious interview with Playboy magazine, “I’ve looked on a lot of women with lust. I’ve committed adultery in my heart many times.” In my heart were the operative words, though they were largely lost in the kerfuffle that followed. Show More Summary
HILLARY CLINTON and Donald Trump will go head-to-head again on October 9th, in the second presidential debate. Their first encounter drew a television audience of 84m viewers, breaking the record held by Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980, whose debate was watched by 81m people. Show More Summary
In every election cycle since Jimmy Carter introduced “born again” into the political lexicon, a politician’s faith has been an object of curiosity and contention. At an appearance in Iowa
(September 28, 2016 06:42 PM, by David Henderson) Charlie Schultze, Brookings Institution economist and former economic adviser to President Jimmy Carter has died at age 91. Charlie was old-school in the best sense of that term. From what I could tell at a distance, he believed in using... (0 COMMENTS)
Preliminary ratings say Monday’s debate between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton drew more viewers than the 1980 debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
An estimated 80.9 million people tuned in to watch on the 12 major networks, not including PBS or C-SPAN, exceeding the record set in 1980 when Jimmy Carter debated Ronald Reagan.
The first trailer has been released for 20th Century Women, an Annapurna film from writer-director Mike Mills (Beginners) set in Santa Barbara in 1979. Jimmy Carter’s famous “crisis of confidence” speech plays over a smattering of bright footage from the film, which stars Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig, and Billy Crudup. Show More Summary
In his first debate with Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan famously calmed voters skeptical about whether he could...