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Colby Cosh: You think Trump's speech was bad? Compared to what?

It seems the accepted take on Donald Trump’s inaugural address is that it was inept, foolish blather. Well, I have to say I find this completely laughable, not because it is not objectively true or false; it is just the astonishing speed with which everyone became a connoisseur of inaugural speeches as if they were the wines of the Rhône valley. 809 more words

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Im-Politic: On That Trump Inaugural Address

Wow! That was some inauguration address from President Trump! We’ve literally never heard anything like it either from an incoming president or a new president or a long-sitting president or a former president. 952 more words


Because America: Today's Playlist

In 25 years on the morning show, I have never received more commentary on a selection of songs as I have today. We played some clips of inaugural addresses of the past. 295 more words


Donald J Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States

It is a pivotal day today as Donald J Trump will be sworn in as the 45 president of the United States. Trump will start his first day at the white house with the lowest approval rating in many decades. 579 more words


Arms & Sleepers conjure the ghost of John F. Kennedy for Inauguration Day message, "Grand Theft Finale"

Arms & Sleepers have a new album, Life is Everywhere, due out next week, and they’re using it to address social and political issues more directly than ever before.   329 more words

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Washington, Lincoln, JFK, Trump: The 45th US president takes his place in history

On Jan. 20th Donald Trump takes his place in history as the 45th President of the United States. For the vast majority of presidents, the public swearing-in has taken place in front of the Capitol Building in Washington. 191 more words

John F. Kennedy's Speeches.

John F. Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States. Before he took office, he enrolled at Harvard College and wrote his thesis, that became a bestseller under the title Why England Slept. 1,910 more words

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