<P>While watching the Grammy awards last Sunday, it occurred to me that American culture has been defined by music ever since the end of World War II. After the Germans and Japanese surrendered in 1945, millions of GI's returned home to marry and begin families. The big-band era of good-time music accompanied that, and romantic singers like Frank Sinatra ruled the day.
The rock star jokes he's going to "throw a keg party for the Ryan-Biden debate."
Director of Minnesota's Troubled Obamacare Exchange Resigns Following Tropical Vacation | Guy Benson