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Teddy Roosevelt Was A Man of His Time and A Feminist

Women have made huge gains in recent years, including a thriving chance at the presidency and heightened awareness to female sexuality. However, it is  rare to ever hear of male agents for woman’s liberation. 656 more words

Politics

Politics, Names, & Spy Capers

MURDOCH MYSTERIES
Season 11, Episode 14 (The Great White Moose)

 As the episode opened with President Teddy Roosevelt sneaking into Canada to go hunting, this was unsurprisingly an episode that marked the annual return of our favourite fictional Canadian spy, Terrence Meyers, who always gets on Detective Murdoch’s nerves. 582 more words

Katy Pontificates

You Can't Ignore Reality Forever

Towards the end of his life, my cousin Gary dressed like Teddy Roosevelt. He had the trademark Knudsen hat, round glasses, and moustache.

To be fair, it was no stretch for Gary to admire The Rough Rider, and it is also true that he participated in various historical reenactment activities as a hobby with his kids. 422 more words

Flash Essay

Rondon and Roosevelt, River of Doubt

‘And the smell. I merely walk in his wake, with a fair few between us I should hasten to add, and still it is as if a rotting water buffalo were in my nostrils.’, said Gustavo. 3,011 more words

Meet Teddy Roosevelt

It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. 115 more words

Existentialism

Big Stick Faith

Former U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt is famous for the phrase, “walk softly, and carry a big stick”.  It’s that idea of unarguable authority, and conveys the message that it would be in the opposing party’s best interest to rethink their own intentions before proceeding further.  590 more words

Other Stuff

TEDDYx Talks

One of Robin Williams’ many unforgettable roles was that of Teddy Roosevelt in the Night At the Museum series. It wasn’t the only time Williams played a President–he also took a turn as Dwight D. 918 more words

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