This photograph provides a measure of how much our style of choosing presidents has changed. In 1904, when this picture was taken, there was no doubt whatsoever of the power of political parties to select their presidential nominees. 548 more words
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These stream of consciousness posts have the potential of being something great, like William Howard Taft as a Supreme Court Chief Justice. If only I had a conscience (I use puns as a form of comedic relief because I have no sense of humor). 747 more words
Why are there no more red pistachios? How many US Presidents were NOT US citizens? Where is the worlds largest KFC? All that and more with Adam’s Fun facts: 161 more words
Question: What do an old typewriter, a copy machine, Scotch tape, and a razor blade share in common?
Answer: They were all tools used by White House employee Howard Hunt, at President Richard Nixon’s request, to forge a cable that would make (dead) President JFK appear to have ordered the assassination of South Vietnamese President Diem. 879 more words