Posted: March 23, 2017 Filed under: History, Mediasphere, Think Tank | Tags: Adam Schiff, Alexander Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton: The Illustrated Biography, American Revolution, George Washington, President of the United States, Richard Sylla, The Federalist Papers, Washington's Birthday, White House Press Secretary
The life and legacy of Alexander Hamilton
Richard Sylla’s new book, “Alexander Hamilton: The Illustrated Biography (Sterling, 2016), tells the story of how Alexander Hamilton played a crucial part in the political, legal, and economic development of the United States.
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An immigrant born on the island of Nevis in the West Indies, he was George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolution and wrote many of the Federalist Papers, which helped to establish the Constitution. He also modernized the country’s fledgling finances and was an early abolitionist.
Join AEI as Richard Sylla, a recognized Hamilton scholar, recounts the incredible story of an American Founding Father — a story that has become the toast of Broadway.
Posted: November 7, 2016 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: 2016, Donald Trump, Donald Trump presidential campaign, Fox News Channel, Hillary Clinton, Mollie Hemingway, Republican Party (United States), Television, The Federalist Papers
Mollie Hemingway on Trump Bashing Katy Tur: She’s Being Overly Sensitive.
Mollie Hemingway joined Fox News‘ “Media Buzz,” November 6 to explain why Katy Tur is being overly sensitive over Trump calling her out by name at rallies.
“The sensitivity and defensiveness that we’re seeing among media people when they’ve done so much to destroy civil discourse and to disparage the views of so many people, I’m not that impressed.”
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