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Ryan S. Walters | @ryanswalters73
As I wrote on Tuesday, I can find no correlation between experience and a successful presidency.
So let’s take a closer peek at two rather obscure examples from presidential history. 1,010 more words
Her story has already been lived, yet, like so many others, remains left to be written–in full, at least–let alone read.
Teresa Sickles: raised in the home of Lorenzo Da Ponte, who wrote librettos for Mozart; wife of the American scoundrel, Dan Sickles; mother of Laura; apple of President James Buchanan’s wandering eye, ephemeral belle of Washington D.C.; ill-fated lover of Phillip Barton Key; consummate survivor; and long-lost relative of mine. 43 more words