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2017—President Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the Oval Office. He divulges classified info, exposes a foreign agent, and says firing the FBI Director relieved “great pressure” from him. 1968—Students in Paris barricade the streets. “Be realistic,” their graffiti read, “demand the impossible.” 1960—The FDA approves “The Pill.” 1945—New Hamshire adopts the motto, “Live Free or Die.” 1933—Goebbels tells students, make Germany great—burn books. 1919—In Charleston, S.C., white sailors foment the first of 33 U.S. race riots over a five-month period. 1908—The first Mother’s Day Service is held in W.Va. at the instigation of Anna Jarvis who …

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R.I.P. John McCain

Sunday, August 26, 2018—During the 2004 Presidential campaign, Vermin Love Supreme suspended his own Presidential campaign long enough to pose as a fake reporter in order to grill the late Senator John McCain about the recently fallen Old Man of the Mountain. McCain’s answer was shocking, but not surprising. Supreme, having secured this explosive footage, took it to the only news medium he knew could trust: The New Hampshire Gazette. Inexplicably, there have still been no arrests.

Honest Man Runs for the Republican Nomination for U.S. Senate

Monday, January 27, 2014 — Our thanks to GraniteStateProgress.org for this exciting news: an honest man announced today that he is running for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate. Michael Morrill may be a Democrat from Pennsylvania, but he offers a cogent argument why those petty details should not disqualify him.

Portsmouth’s Welcome Home Parade
 for Iraq War Veterans

Monday, July 9, 2012 — Our Newsreel Division prepared this brief reel of Portsmouth’s Welcome Home Parade for Iraq Veterans, which took place yesterday. Our cameraman was embedded with the Veterans for Peace contingent. The enthusiastic response of the audience, evident in this brief clip, was characteristic of the entire event.

Fourth Fireworks

Tuesday, July 3, 2012 — Portsmouth’s latest fireworks extravaganza, condensed to 112 frames, shown in 19 seconds.