Daniel Webster the champion of Union, John Calhoun the firebrand Southerner, and Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, together personifying America’s antebellum struggle with itself, come to life in a new triple biography, rejoices contributor Bill Moloney.
My eventful life has been woven of four strands — politics, education, media, and ministry — but the kids say it all boils down to typewriting and stapling. A chapter from our upcoming brothers’ memoir, “Downstream,” co-authored with Jim Andrews.
Bill Moloney reflects on politics and history through the lens of Queen Victoria's three greatest prime ministers, with John Andrews adding a sweepstakes for America's greatest presidents.
Split the Republican party if the primary or convention process doesn't produce the nominee you want? Destroy the village in order to save it, as some mad zealot said in Vietnam? No way.
What’s a state? For starters, an expanse of territory, a resident population, and a sovereign government. But there’s a lot more, when you think about it as I’ve tried to do in my new book, Backbone Colorado USA. A way of life, a set of values, shared history and traditions, all play a part. As Colorado marks 140 years of statehood this year, it has actually come to reflect a special state of mind.