John Adams

Besides Independence Day, July 4th is also known for other major events in U.S. history, including the opening of West Point military academy.
Virginia's Attorney General provides legal advice and representation to the Governor and state agencies, enforces the state’s
Adams wrote a feminist letter to her husband just before U.S. independence.
There has seldom been a time when the wisdom of John Adams’s separation of powers among the three branches of government
While the infamous “Reynolds Pamphlet” on Alexander Hamilton’s sex scandal takes center stage in the Broadway musical phenomenon
Martha Washington's Chocolate Cakes (modified) for dipping in chocolate From Dining with the Washingtons Makes 5 to 6 dozen
Hardly any politician does not extol his or her commitment to unifying the country while lamenting, sometimes in extraordinarily harsh language, the divisive nature of his or her opponent.
Rather than casting our vote out of fear of the "other" this election, let's be true to our consciences and write in the candidate of our choice. If that means choosing Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, fine, vote for them.
One seemingly mythic fact is surprisingly true: both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died on the same day -- July 4th, 1826 -- the 50th anniversary of Dunlop's dating and printing of The Declaration of Independence.
Of course, the whole idea of the wandering womb might make more sense if you were a student of Aristotle. For some the preservation
"Tonight's victory is not about one person. It belongs to generations of women and men who struggled and sacrificed and made
    CD 1 1. Mystery Train 2. Highwayman 3. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys 4. Good Hearted Woman 5. Trouble
1776 is the most perfectly written musical that I know of and the best damn musical without a dance chorus that I have ever seen.
I have news for Senator McConnell and his fellow Republican senators. When the American people re-elected Barack Obama as president in 2012, they authorized him to nominate anyone he chose to fill a vacancy on the court -- right up to his final day in office.
John Donne was three hundred-plus years dead when I first encountered him, but that didn't stop me from falling for him, passionately. I was twenty years old, an English major at the University of Michigan, and in love with this poet-priest.