BECAUSE…IT’S THE NY POST.
On This Day, Back In The Day
1790 – The U.S. established copyright protection – turning books, maps and other original materials into valuable commodities for their creators
1889 – 2,200 people died and most of Johnstown, PA was destroyed after heavy rains collapsed the South Fork Dam
1955 – The Supreme Court orders states to end racial segregation “with all deliberate speed.”
1969 – John Lennon and Yoko Ono record “Give Peace A Chance”
BIG STORIES OUT OF D.C. AND POLITICS.
PRESIDENT TRUMP COMMENTS ON THE ROSEANNE BARR CONTROVERSY — BUT, IT’S PROBABLY NOT WHAT YOU EXPECTED
HELP FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS? PRESIDENT TRUMP SIGNED THE ‘RIGHT TO TRY’ LAW (the video of Trump hugging a little boy was GOLD)
THE REAL KIM SUMMIT — NOKO LEADER SAYS HE MAY OPEN A BURGER JOINT AS A GOOD FAITH SIGN — HAMBURGER DIPLOMACY?
ANTI-PUTIN JOURNALIST FAKED HIS MURDER… SHOWS UP AT PRESS CONFERENCE (EVEN HIS WIFE DID NOT KNOW HE WAS ALIVE)
THE DAY AFTER ROSANNE’S FIRING AND ESPN CELEBRATES THE RETURN OF KEITH OLBERMANN (Don’t read his tweets on air without a delay)
OTHER STORIES CATCHING MY EYE
ONE NFL PLAYER’S TWEET COULD COST HIM $70 MIL — BUT, THE CLEVELAND CAVS WOULD NEED TO WIN THE NBA CHAMPIONSHIP