Caitlyn: I’ve Got No ‘Loyalty’ to Trump
Watch: National Christmas Tree Lighting
When FDR Turned Off the Christmas Tree
In the wake of Pearl Harbor and the onset of World War II, President Roosevelt turned an unlit tree into a symbol of unity—and a reminder of hardship and sacrifice—for all Americans.
The Man Who Went Full Trump for FDR
He made up stories to smear the opposition and barely backpedaled when called out—Charlie Michelson perfected the nasty art of political mud-slinging.
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Caitlyn to GOP: Stop ‘Bullying’ Us!
The transgender ex-Olympian appeared at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and said, in spite of it all, she’s a Republican and she thinks the party can change. OK then.
How to Make Presidential Soufflé
Considering the Hoovers only ate by themselves three times during the first three years of his presidency (each year on their anniversary), they certainly knew how to feed a guest.
How to Make Presidential Chicken Chop Suey
Silent Cal, as Coolidge was known, didn't always make for pleasant dinner company, but his wife's fascination with Chinese food nearly makes up for it.
Limited Government’s Poster Boy
A new biography of Calvin Coolidge argues for a reassessment of him as the savior of the economy. Ira Katznelson sees a problem.