The ETO turns 75

General Pershing’s arrival in first England and then France one hundred years ago this week is often understood to mark a turning point in American-European relations. 413 more words

Theodore Roosevelt Jr (President)

Today in History...Ida Saxton McKinley was Born

Today in American history…Ida Saxton McKinley was born in 1847 in Canton, Ohio. She married William McKinley on January 25, 1871 and would eventually become the First Lady of Ohio and also the First Lady of the United States when her husband was sworn in as the 25th President on March 4, 1897 #POTUS #FLOTUS #TodayInHistory

United States

No Puppy For Little Donnie Dark ...

I was talking to my friend H last night, and in the course of a conversation about Trump, he said, “I bet he never had a puppy …” 684 more words

Social Commentary

"No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly." ~Donald Trump

Donald Trump sees the world in an interesting way. He is also very certain of it. It isn’t a great trait, but, it is all about Donald. 147 more words

Political Issues

You can be discouraged by failure, or you can learn from it. So go ahead and make mistakes, make all you can. Because, remember that’s where you’ll find success – on the far side of failure. 45 more words

Undiluted Quotes

Buffalo features rich presidential history

Max Wagner

(Buffalo N.Y.) – Presidents’ day is the annual holiday, which takes place every 3rd Monday in February honoring the birthday of George Washington. 369 more words


This Week in Political History: January 29-February 4

What do civil rights activist Rosa Parks and Vice President Dan Quayle have in common? They were both born on the same day (February 4) 34 years apart. 189 more words

Hillary Clinton