Peggy Noonan's "What I Saw at the Revolution," published in 1990, remains a classic in my political library. A favorite passage is instructive, especially during the heated few weeks before the general election. Read more
A few years following a personal loss, I received a slim volume of poetry titled, "An Unfinished Life - Diary of a Fatal Illness and other works." Written by Barbara Sigmund, it was published in 1990 and is now out-of-print. Read more
Sometimes politicians get it wrong. And sometimes history repeats itself.
In 1990, President George H. W. Bush and a Democratic Congress imposed a 10 percent luxury tax on yachts, saying it would generate $31 million in new revenue annually. Read more