Van Cliburn, American classical pianist, dies

Cliburn skyrocketed to fame after winning the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow at age 23, and was the first classical musician to be celebrated with a ticker tape parade.



Angela K. Brown Associated Press via MSM 2/27/2013

FORT WORTH, Texas — Van Cliburn, the internationally celebrated pianist whose triumph at a […]

An Urgent Message for America

keywiki YouTube 10/18/2012

Political author and researcher Trevor Loudon presents key findings from his extensive research — identifying President Obama’s inner circle of friends, socialist supporters, and the mentors who dramatically influenced his political perspective. His findings are eye-opening because the mainstream media has consistently refused to inform the American public about Barack Obama’s motivations […]

On this date in history

Alberto de la Cruz Babalu 10/28/2010

October 28, 1962: The Cuban Missile Crisis comes to an end, but not before it became obvious that those who had been touted to be America’s “best and brightest,” were neither the best, nor the brightest.

Cuban missile crisis ends, Oct. 28, 1962 On this day in 1962, […]

Why Cuba Belongs on the Terrorism List

by Humberto Fontova Pajamas Media January 16, 2010

In a fit of pique, and with chin upraised, Castro recently slipped off his white glove and slapped it across Obama’s face. “Angry Cuba demands removal from U.S. terrorism list,” ran a recent Reuters headline.

“We categorically reject this new hostile action by the government of the […]