Articles about Republican presidents, issues, and events regarding the office of president.
A Presidential Legacy
Americans love to evaluate presidents. Everyone has a favorite; everyone has a least favorite. Generally, Abraham Lincoln is well thought of, probably considered one of the greatest, along with George Washington and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Christmas at the White House and Hanukkah Message for 2007
This year’s theme is Holiday in the National Parks. If you cannot visit the White House in real time, you can go on a virtual tour with First Lady Laura Bush on the White House web site.
George W. Bush and Science
During the presidential campaign of Barack Obama, many claims were made about the inadequacy of the Bush administration. One complaint was that Bush ignored science.
George W. Bush's Legacy
Evaluating presidents is a favorite American activity. Most Americans have a favorite and a least favorite. Generally, Lincoln is well thought of, considered one of the greatest, along with Washington and FDR. What will be the George W. Bush legacy?
Gerald R. Ford
Gerald R. Ford served as the 38th president of the United States, the only person to serve as both president and vice-president without being elected to either.
Presidents and mid-term elections
It is said that crises make Presidents. It is definitely true that crises at least test Presidents, and some of them come out stronger. The current crises will certainly become issues in the fall elections and demonstrate if this President has "coat-tails" long enough to preserve the Democrat's m
Rove - History Will Recognize Bush as “Far-Sighted Leader”
President George W. Bush’s advisor, Karl Rove, left his White House position as Deputy Chief of Staff on August 31, 2007. Rove evaluates the president’s administration and makes some predictions about how history will treat the 43rd president.
State of the Union 2008 – Foreign Policy
As President Bush stressed the importance of trusting the American people, he also emphasized trusting the people of other nations to choose freedom: “Our foreign policy is based on a clear premise: We trust that people, when given the chance, will choose a future of freedom and peace.”
State of the Union 2008 – The People’s Business
President George W. Bush delivered his final State of the Union Address January 28, 2008. The analysis of this speech will be completed in two articles: “The State of the Union 2008 – The People’s Business,” and “State of the Union 2008 – Foreign Policy and Protecting the Homeland.”
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At the Constitutional Convention in 1787, the most hotly debated issue was the election of the president and vice-president. Some delegates argued that the legislature should choose the president; others wanted election by popular vote.
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