On This Day, Back In The Day
1924 – The world’s first around-the-world flight was completed by three US Army planes (It only took 22 days.)
1928 – Moldy bread changed the world. Alexander Fleming noticed bacteria-killing mold on his bread — after the active ingredient was isolated, it took until 1945 before the development of penicillin was completed and distributed to the public
1939 – The Nazis and Russians completed their agreement dividing Poland between the two nations
2008 – SPACEX launched it’s first private spacecraft – Falcon 1
BIG STORIES OUT OF D.C. AND POLITICS.
THE MORNING AFTER…
DEM SENATOR APOLOGIZES FOR FUNDRAISING DURING PROF FORD’S TESTIMONY — SHE’S KEEPING THE MONEY, RIGHT?
OTHER STORIES CATCHING MY EYE