Harry S. Truman
Harry Truman, JFK, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, and Bill Clinton all visited without cars. Pence needed eight.
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Why would a city in a state that sat out the Civil War erect a monument to Confederate generals in 1948?
Cries of “unprecedented” executive action on both sides are more histrionic than historical.
Another President, Harry S. Truman famously said that he didn't lose any sleep over the bombing, but I'm pretty sure that had it been me I'd have tossed and turned, thinking about the civilians who would die horrific deaths as a result of my decision.
Should Biden Run for the Democratic Presidential Nomination, not Getting Endorsement of President would Not be Unprecedented
Vice President Joe Biden is believed to be seriously contemplating a bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination. Should he enter the race, one of his opponents would be former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who served under President Barack Obama.
David McCullough: A Two Time Pulitzer Prize Winner Who Loves His Wife, Family, History and Is Simply a Nice Guy
Speaking for over 90 minutes without notes or slideshows, Mr. McCullough relied on his extraordinary intelligence and ability to tell a good story the way Will Rogers could spin a good yarn.
While occasionally throwing in flimsy references to the increasingly inflammatory ruling class/workers condition, the flamenco
On this day in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson established Medicare and Medicaid when he signed the Social Security Act
If experience is the best teacher, however, Americans may decide to cast their ballot for retired engineer Don Cordell, who
Each year, a few days before Thanksgiving, the President of the United States formally pardons a live turkey presented to