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There're Two Things About Mary: The Widow Lincoln and Mary Stuart, reviewed.

My reviews of The Widow Lincoln, a world premiere play from writer James Still at Ford’s Theatre, and of the Folger Theatre‘s new production of… 43 more words

Theatre

Presidents in the Movies

Each president is different.  In their own way, each has impacted the office.  What may be an accurate theatrical representation of one president will differ greatly from another and both may be right or wrong.  

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Presidential History

Inside the Jeb Bush - Mitt Romney Summit

An insiders transcript leaked from the Jeb Bush – Mitt Romney summit.   (A parody)

Thursday, January 22, 2015, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bush: Governor.

Romney: Governor. 925 more words

Presidential History

Goose Bumps

In my recent Op-Ed piece in the Post, I wrote about several of the reasons I am an enthusiastic advocate of Presidential Libraries, but I held back on one of the most important reasons because I knew it would not seem professional. 788 more words

Presidential Libraries

A Forth Term, and a Last Hurrah

On 20 January 1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt was sworn in for the fourth time as President of the United States.  Though he was weak and tired and he had lost a great deal of his edge, it seemed as if he would be president forever. 257 more words

American History

David Cross Writes Op Ed for the Washington Post.

Today the Washington Post published my Op-Ed responding to Jonathan Zimmerman’s criticisms of the Presidential Libraries.