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First Women: The Grace and Power of America's Modern First Ladies (Kate Anderson Brower, 2016)

Why did you choose this book?

If there’s one area of history I’m passionate about, it is presidential history.  I haven’t had the chance to read Brower’s first book yet, but I probably will in the future.   194 more words

Did Trump, like Churchill, promote himself?

Did Donald Trump serve as his own anonymous publicist in a conversation with a reporter 25 years ago? If so he is in good company. Ben Franklin and Winston Churchill did the same.   48 more words

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Trump-Clinton: Bad choice?

Have we ever had an election where both the Democrat and Republican presidential candidates were flawed? And the voters had to choose between the lesser of two evils? 395 more words

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How Trump beats a rigged convention?


“That’s not fair!” Donald Trump supporters say. They are complaining about the fact that millions of votes are ignored as the GOP establishment continues to try to rob him of the nomination by stacking the delegate process. 805 more words

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Ron Paul's lost delegates: Why they may decide the 2016 GOP nomination

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are locked into a death embrace for delegates to the Republican National Convention. The showdown seems headed to California. But there is another block of delegates, big enough to settle the contest on the first ballot. 616 more words

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A guest blog by Camille Wead,

first year law student. Doug Wead’s daughter.

The Power of Ivanka Trump

Do not underestimate the power of a pregnant woman. 384 more words

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Who is the GOP establishment?

You hear a lot of talk about the GOP establishment delegates and how they plan to steal the nomination from frontrunner, Donald Trump and maybe even Ted Cruz… 770 more words

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