Jeffrey Nugent Says Brother Ted is Wrong on Background Checks
Washington Post: “I’m a member of the National Rifle Association and a former Army officer with assignments in the military police, artillery, and operations research and intelligence at the Pentagon. I’m also Ted Nugent’s older brother.”
On December 9, 1872, Pinckney Benton Stewart (PBS) Pinchback of Louisiana becomes first serving African-American governor of US state. The son of a Mississippi white planter and a freed slave, PBS Pinchback held office for only 35 days, but ten acts of the Legislature became law during his short time in office.