A couple minutes later, Nye began his reply on a civil note: “Mr. Ham,” said Nye.
On the afternoon of December 7, 1941, Senator Nye addressed several thousand rowdy people at a Pittsburgh America First rally.
“The Tea Party has some serious racial challenges,” Nye continued Sunday.
SWELL, a show co-curated by Nye and Jacqueline Miro, attempts to balance that.
Simply put, thanks to the existence of antagonists like Nye, creationism is both profitable and, by all appearances, kind of fun.
That reminds me of a story that I heard Senator Nye tell years ago in a speech.
Nye's description of Burgoyne's surrender is well worth repeating.
Field indignantly repelled the suggestion that Nye's indiscretion was due to inebriety, but traced it to his bad health.
Mr. Nye has resided, for some time past, near Asheville, N.C.
And here, Mr. Nye, is a testimonial—I mean a memorandum—that is to say, something I wish you to take for my sake.