The author of The Plot Against America, Philip Roth spends Inauguration Day dwelling on everything from the perplexing case of Melania Trump to America’s state of suspended insurrection.
It has happened here before—and its most shameless voice was Charles Lindbergh.
The conservative radio host thinks that Trump will inspire Americans to shriek with delight once they see him take on Clinton.
In 1931, the New Yorker humorist wrote a story about a round-the-world flier whose loutish behavior and loose tongue eerily anticipated the boorish Donald Trump.
Charles Lindbergh became famous for flying solo across the Atlantic just when the star-maker machinery of mass media was revving up. Man and moment were made for each other.
Even a novel can’t capture the relentless weirdness and sexual appetites of the famed aviator. By Joshua Kendall.
How might Fox News have covered D-Day? Here's how.