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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Theodore Roosevelt
Our Constitution is being hijacked, and it's time to reclaim it. I spent my entire career fighting for the Constitution, for limited government and regulation, lower taxes and less government in our lives. We're losing that battle right now.
Sunday, March 2
In 1921, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was 39 years of age.
Persistent researchers at Wall Street 24/7 girded their loins and tallied up the assets of all American presidents past and present to assemble a list of the Top 10 wealthiest occupants of the Oval Office — based on land holdings; inheritance; income before, during and after; plus adjustments for money values then and now, among many factors. Some presidents went broke, some never had any money, some made lots of it.
He has the weight of Panama's pride and a good chunk of global commerce on his shoulders.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell made a pitch Wednesday for a privately funded youth conservation corps and sought donations for the effort from executives at an outdoor-gear trade show.
Over lunch several years ago, as chaos descended on the Middle East, a retired CIA operations officer sadly mused about the diminished role of the United States in the region.
Thirty-eight people showed up to try out to be one of the Washington Nationals' racing presidents mascots.
The Episcopal Church-run National Cathedral in Northwest Washington, D.C., has hosted many events in its storied history, from Martin Luther King's final Sunday sermon before his assassination, to U.S. presidents' state funerals.
POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — Born in 1906 — when Theodore Roosevelt served as president and Buffalo Bill's Wild West still toured Europe — Dottie Turney is older than Powell itself.
For any historian, humanizing the past is among the most difficult of tasks, and it is much to the credit of Doris Kearns Goodwin that she has succeeded to such a marked degree with her successive assessments of powerful leaders.
Theodore Roosevelt has come down in history as the "cowboy president," a man whose persona was shaped by the period he spent in the Dakota badlands as a young man, riding, hunting, even owning two sizable ranches. As he was fond of saying, were it not for the time he spent "out West," he likely never would have been elected to the White House.
On bookshelves Tuesday: "Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas," Sarah Palin's unapologetic book that seeks to preserve the faith in a holiday that has been homogenized, commercialized and stripped of its authentic and meaningful appeal.
If you're reading or listening in the wrong places, you might think they're already measuring a place for Vladimir Putin on Mount Rushmore, sandwiched between Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. That's where Barack Obama, who may have to give Mr. Putin the Nobel Peace Prize he won for doing nothing, expected to rest one day.
Move over former Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. A handful of professors at George Washington University said in a new survey that they'd like to add — eventually — President Obama's face to the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota.