Whenever President Trump talks about American history, it sounds like he's telling a joke. "Trump is learning history as he governs," Gingrich added — on the job, like a kid on the soft-serve machine at a Dairy Queen.
"Andrew Jackson, Fred Douglass, and Honest Abe walk into a bar ..." The punch line is he's not joking. Granted, he may not realize that Frederick Douglass is retired and then some; he seems to have discovered only in 2016 that Lincoln belonged to the party of Lincoln; and he attributes his own ignorance to everyone else ("People don't ask the question, why was there the Civil War? Still, plenty of other issues demand our attention. One obvious problem with Gingrich’s defense is that a president does not perform merely mechanical tasks.
TOLEDO, Ohio (RNS) As a state task force reviews the administration of the death penalty in Ohio, a man who spent 15 years on death row said lawmakers “should not be looking at fixing the death penalty; they should be looking to get rid of it.” (RNS) Once one of the biggest names in Christian music, Carman had been rejected by every Christian music label in the last 12 or 13 years.
It was only after he went public about his terminal illness that the 57-year-old singer-songwriter discovered he still had an audience.
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