People love a good conspiracy theory. A 1999 Gallup poll reported six percent of people believe the moon landings were faked. An additional five percent indicated they were still undecided.
The reason behind naming the quarterback isn’t exactly what we’d call a profound mystery. However, there's a story behind the name and the role.
As I write this, the Tau Cetites are enjoying their first decade of watching the Power Rangers. In the interest of learning, Tau Ceti is about 11.9 light years from Earth. While that's "reach out and touch someone" close in terms of cosmic distances, it's not even the closest star we know of with planets.
Ever wondered why people on radios say the word "Roger" when acknowledging a communication?
Impeachment is all the rage these days, although, throughout American political history, only three presidents have earned the coveted impeachment jacket: Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
American Ninja Warrior is chock-full of enthusiasm and grit—but no politics, complaining, or obnoxious egos? Imagine if Congress worked like that.
When the debate was done and the Constitution was being drafted, the fellas took George Washington out to party. They ran up one heck of a bar tab. Here it is.
There were fourteen original copies of the Bill of Rights, one for the federal government and one for each of the 13 original colonies. Only eight states still have their copies: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. One of those only recently reclaimed theirs.
You know things are really bad when people thing that forming another Congress will make them better.
In 1922, Wisconsin representative Victor Berger proposed a constitutional amendment to abolish the United States Senate. You can sense his frustration level from the preamble to his proposed amendment.