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  • Cokie Roberts was a wonderful professional

    Cokie Roberts signs books before the discussion in the LBJ Auditorium.

On Tuesday, February 28th, 2017, the LBJ Presidential Library held An Evening With Cokie Roberts, moderated by LBJ Library Director Mark Updegrove. Roberts is a political commentator for ABC News and NPR. In more than 40 years in broadcast journalism, she has won countless awards, including three Emmys. She was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame and was cited by the American Women in Radio and Television as one of the 50 greatest women in broadcasting history. Roberts has written six New York Times bestsellers, most dealing with the roles of women in U.S. History.

LBJ Library photo by Jay Godwin

    (Sept. 17) Cokie Roberts, the legendary journalist of print, radio and TV, died today of complications from breast cancer. She held tightly to old-school standards of professionalism and personal decency. Politically […]

  • U.S. voter lists invite major fraud

    Record Group 306
Records of the U.S. Information Agency, 1900-2003

    (July 12) For years, a hardy band of mostly conservative lawyers has been warning that American voter rolls are so poorly maintained as to be absolutely ripe for, and perhaps […]

  • Books for Christmas!!!

    Books for Christmas!!!

    I had two columns — or maybe one, two-part column — in the American Spectator on the subject of books to give people for Christmas. I present them here in […]

  • Charlie Lancaster, Louisiana legend, R.I.P.

    Charlie Lancaster, Louisiana legend, R.I.P.

    By Quin Hillyer at National Review Online; State legislators often receive too little attention, but one being buried today in Louisiana merits gratitude from conservatives nationwide. Charlie Lancaster, a state […]

  • Jim Guirard, patriot: RIP

    Jim Guirard, patriot: RIP

    By Quin Hillyer; Some people serve their country for years, very well, without the recognition and thanks that is their due. So it was with Jim Guirard, who died on […]

  • How Boehner Got His Groove On

    How Boehner Got His Groove On

    by Quin Hillyer As John Boehner this week steps down as Speaker of the House, it’s worth telling the never-reported tale of how Boehner first got on the House Republican […]


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