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The Very Reasonable Democrat

It is common in this sort of Blog to attack poor Presidents for some sort of failing or another. It is a pleasure for a change to discuss a past President who was both good at his job and a credit to his Party. 425 more words

Presidential Elections

Cleveland, Harrison and McKinley

This period in American History focused on American expansion, the tariff, and the currency issue, with Democrats and Republicans divided over which to support. McKinley finally made the choice to put the U.S. 998 more words

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8 weird things inspired by U.S. presidents

This is from Mashable.com.

A little presidential trivia.

These world leaders had more contributions to our country than just foreign policy and a great head of hair. 496 more words

Grover Cleveland: The Last Jeffersonian President

In honor of President’s Day, I am re-publishing a piece I wrote back in 2012 in honor of one of the greatest, yet ignored, conservative Presidents. 562 more words

Conservatism

Everything You Want to Know About Presidents Day. (And Then Some.)

This morning I woke up and realized that it is President’s Day—one of the most underrated holidays of the year.

As I rolled out of bed and made myself a cup of coffee, a groggy thought occurred to me:  1,406 more words

George Washington

Book Review Thursday: Dreamers and Deceivers

I am a fan of Glenn Beck’s books and his innovative ideas.  The man is a born storyteller.  This book is billed as a work of nonfiction, but with a twist of sorts.  253 more words

Book Review Thursday