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By Glenn Staab on September 24, 2007

There have been many wars that shaped the history of their time, but no singular event so dramatically changed the entire course of our history as the Second World War. The impact was both on a global and individual level, altering lives, communities and nations unlike any event before or since. World War II touched the lives of every family on every street in every town in America.

In this video, the former Ohio Governor, John Gilligan sat down with his daughter, the current Kansas Governor, Kathleen Sebelius, to discuss his service during World War II. Gilligan served in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters as a Navy officer. He was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action at the battle of Okinawa. Very interesting interview!

By Pamela Jean on September 17, 2007

theage.gifBill Clinton emerges as the political hero of The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, Alan Greenspan's 531-page memoir. The former Federal Reserve chairman levels unusually harsh criticism at President George Bush and the Republican Party.

He argues that Bush and the Republican Congress abandoned the central conservative principle of fiscal restraint.

Greenspan also paints a picture of George Bush as a man driven by ideology and incurious about the effects of his economic policy. His book implies that the Bush administration is one incapable of executing economic policy. The former Fed Chairman, who served under Bush, describes Bush's unpredictability, "I was soon to see my old friends veer off in unexpected directions."

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By Alice Pfeifer on September 10, 2007

Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok, and General George Armstrong Custer all are connected with the history of my hometown. Buffalo Bill founded it in the late 1860s, Wild Bill was its sheriff for awhile, and General Custer with his Seventh Cavalry was stationed at nearby Fort Hays. So I come by my big-screen love affair with Westerns naturally, and I was one of the weekend movie-goers who boosted "3:10 to Yuma" to its top slot in weekend movie ticket sales. I went for entertainment and was entertained, even though I had to avert my eyes at times. The film was far more violent than I had supposed it would be. Still, I am not naive and I know they'll never again make Westerns the way they used to. Nor should they, if revisionist history makes any sense at all - which it does.

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