On the night of Oct. 21, 1844, the northeast United States and thereabouts were all astir. A considerable group of Baptists, inspired by the mathematical prowess of a farmer named William Miller, had come to believe that Christ would come in glory and triumph the next day.
Predictably, the charlatans and clowns of the 112th Congress have proved themselves the textbook example of what is wrong with America today.
Consider the latest target to incur the wrath of the Republican-dominated House.
This past election did not help win my heart back to politics.
Of greatest despair is the Republican Party’s sudden siege of the House of Representatives, thanks in no small part to the lovely folks partying like it’s Boston, 1773.
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