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The Four Worst American Presidents (TEXT and PHOTOS)
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: presidents, government, politics, democrats, republicans )

- 2117 days ago -
Since the adoption of its constitution, 43 men have been President of the United States. In January 2013, a New York Times journalist and statistician put together a composite list of presidential rankings based on previous presidential rankings by...
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: corruption, dishonesty, crime, federal reserve, money, presidents, JFK, Lincoln, fraud, cover-up, economy, lies, deception, government, slavery )

- 2692 days ago -
This is why no politicians stand up to the fed anymore! JFK and Lincoln were killed because they both were against using money from the international bankers. JFK was about to end the Federal Reserve Executive Order 11110 and Lincoln used the GREENBACKS
5 U.S. Presidents Who Hid Their Illnesses
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: US Politics, History, Presidents, Illness, Leaders )

- 3244 days ago -
In most polls taken, Americans say they'd rather go with their second choice than a President that is ill. The five men listed in the article perhaps knew of the public's harsh criticism of someone with an illness and chose to hide their sickness.
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: PRESIDENTS, obama, bush, democrats, republicans, clinton )

- 3844 days ago -
Nice job! Beginning with George Washington all the way to Barack Obama, each President morphs into the following one. Someone did a lot of work on this. Set to Ravel's "Bolero".
Can History Help the Next President?
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: politics, presidents, Herbet Hoover, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, economic crisis, McCain, Obama, power, leadership, history )

- 3925 days ago -
Thoughtful, informative piece on the transition from Herbert Hoover to Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the midst of America's arguably greatest crisis. Will this model help our next president as he inherits the carnage of the current administration?
Bush Borrowed More Money Than 42 Presidents Combined
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Bush, money, borrow, China, Iraq, Afghanistan, presidents )

- 4140 days ago -
I couldn't believe of what I had read. Bush borrowed more money than the amount of money that borrowed by the 42 presidents of the pasts combined. Based on U.S. Treasury, from 1776-2000, the combined borrowed money of the past 42 presidents added up to
Happy Chinese Happy Year 4706, The Year of the Rat   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Presidents, candidates, campaigns, Chinese New Year, politics )

- 4160 days ago -
Presidential politics as seen through Chinese astrology

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