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George Wallace knew how to handle the hecklers who routinely disrupted his events. “These are the folks,” he declared at a rally in 1968, “that people like us are sick and tired of. You’ve been getting a good lesson in what we’ve been talking about. They talk about free speech but won’t allow it to others.” Wallace knew the protesters were priceless to him in stoking passions and drawing media attention. “They on our payroll,” he joked. George Wallace had unsurpassed skills as a popular agitator, but even he would have to admire how Donald Trump parlayed a canceled Chicago event where supporters and protesters shoved and punched one another into wall-to-wall media coverage and an advertisement for his alleged stalwartness against the forces of anarchy. Trump bears a striking resemblance to Wallace, another entertaining, anti-establishment bomb-thrower who became — to the shock of respectable people — a kind of tribune of the American working class. He is a voice of rough-hewn populism that hasn’t had such potent expression since the Alabama governor ran for president, finding more support than anyone thought possible. (Stephan Lesher’s biography, “George Wallace: American Populist,” is the source for much of what follows.) Like Trump, Wallace was hated by his own party’s establishment, and widely discounted by political observers until his strength in 1968 as a third-party candidate became undeniable. He talked tough. He warned pro-

testers getting in the way of his car that it would be “the last car they ever blocked.” He was anti-intellectual. He lambasted “pointy-headed professors who can’t even park a bicycle straight.” He hated the media (while soaking up coverage). Journalists were “sissy-britches intellectual morons.” He relished the idea of cracking down on speech he disliked. He promised “to seek indictment against any college professor who calls for a communist victory [in Vietnam].” He was light on policy. He didn’t produce a platform until three weeks before the election in 1968, and it was full of meaningless platitudes. He had no principled opposition to government, and in fact, touted programs he found congenial. He had no hesitation in making absurdly paranoid accusations, claiming Richard Nixon was manipulating public opinion in 1968 through his control of pollsters. Like Trump, Wallace didn’t run a highly organized political operation — he lived off the land of his own native political talent and the fervent support of his fans. He relied on what one journalist called — in a formulation that could apply equally well to Trump — his “uncanny and total and undistracted instincts for the primitive dynamics of the American democratic system.” Wallace was a hideous racist who appealed to racists, but also crystallized a deeper anger and discontent with a country that had gone soft and wasn’t winning anymore. He obviously wasn’t a statesman, but a demagogue who exploited these popular passions and made them more base. The same is true of Trump. Yet Wallace never came close to capturing a major party’s nomination and arriving at the doorstep of the presidency. With Donald Trump leading in the Republican contest, the real-estate mogul would probably have not just George Wallace’s respect, but his envy. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. © 2016 by King Features Synd., Inc.


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• UFO or government cover-up? In the summer of 1947, 75 miles from Roswell, New Mexico, a sheep rancher discovered some unusual debris in his pasture – metal sticks, chunks of plastic, foil reflectors, and heavy paper-like material. It wasn’t long after the rancher contacted the authorities that soldiers invaded his property and quickly scooped the pieces into armored trucks. While the U.S. military assured the public that it was a crashed weather balloon, the pieces didn’t resemble that at all. Many insisted that the debris was a crashed extraterrestrial spacecraft, complete with alien passengers. The UFO supporters claimed that the craft and its occupants had been captured and covered up by the military. Fifty years later, the military issued a report declaring that the mysterious wreckage was part of a top-secret atomic espionage project called Project Mogul. The report stated that the fragments really were a weather balloon, but one whose real purpose was to carry classified information. Yet there are still those who subscribe to the UFO theory, as demonstrated by the hundreds of thousands of annual visitors to the Roswell site. • In November of 1872 the ship Mary Celeste left New York harbor with Captain Briggs, his wife, daughter, and eight crew members, with a destination of Italy. A month later, the ship was discovered floating in the Atlantic with no one aboard. The captain’s log and the life boat were missing; otherwise, the undamaged ship was intact. None of the travelers were ever seen again. The ship had been renamed after numerous other mishaps had befallen the craft, including three captains dying aboard the ship and the breakout of supposedly accidental fires.

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Tidbits has bats in the belfry! We’re taking the time this week to examine this large group of nocturnal mammals. • There are more than 1,200 species of bats, and they comprise nearly a quarter of all mammal species on earth. More than half of all bats in the U.S. are either endangered or their population is declining. • Although to many, bats seem scary and c r e e p y , they are vital to the ecosystem in controlling pests a n d participating in pollination. Seventy percent of bats consume insects, contributing to a large part of natural pest control. One brown bat can eat up to 1,000 mosquitoes in one hour! Nearly 30% of the other species have a diet of various fruits. A very small percentage dine on fish, mice, and frogs. • There are only three species of what we call vampire bats, those that feed on the blood of animals, and all of those are native only to Latin America. Many of us fear these blood drinkers, but they can be very beneficial to humans. Their saliva contains an enzyme that dissolves blood clots, which can be used to treat stroke victims. An Animal Planet poll revealed that vampire bats are the third-most feared animal in the world. Wolves and gorillas are the only ones ahead. • The bumblebee bat, native to Thailand, is the world’s smallest mammal, only about 1.5 inches long, and weighing less than a penny. The largest bat is the Giant Golden Crowned Flying Fox that lives on islands in the South Pacific. This species weighs about 3 lbs. and has a wingspan of up to 6 feet.

• Many people associate bats with rabies, but in the U.S., an average of only two people die per year from rabies from a bat. Bats can also spread histoplasmosis, or “cave disease,” a fungus found in bat droppings. Those who breathe in the infected spores can experience chills, muscle and joint pain, chest discomfort, and a rash. • Bat dung, called guano, is one of the richest fertilizers available, with high levels of phosphorus, potassium, and nitrogen. During the U.S. Civil War, guano was used to make gunpowder. • As nocturnal d a y,

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• While some mammals might glide, the bat is the only mammal capable of continued flight. The wing membranes make up about 95% of the bat’s body surface area. • Many bats have a long life span, including the brown bat that can live nearly 40 years. • A colony of bats usually varies in size from 100 to 1,000 bats. The world’s largest known bat colony in the world is in Texas’ Bracken Bat Cave, where more than 20 million bats live. When groups exit the cave, the mass is so large, it resembles a gigantic storm on radar. He (Macauley) has occasional flashes of silence that make his conversation perfectly delightful. - Sydney Smith

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NUGGET OF KNOWLEDGE In 2013, a California couple unearthed 1,400 gold coins stored in tin cans buried in their backyard. It was later revealed that $30,000 worth of similar gold coins had been stolen from the U.S. Mint in San Francisco in 1901. No one was ever convicted of the crime. Today the coins' estimated value is $10 million.

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