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Eleanor Rosalynn Carter (1927 – 2023)

Eleanor Rosalynn Carter was born Eleanor Rosalynn Smith on August 18, 1927, in Plains, Georgia, and was the wife of… Read More

Presidents and the Cost of War

There are few things more unnerving for a president seeking re-election than the outbreak of war. Many chief executives have… Read More

Ronald Reagan – The ‘Peace Through Strength’ President

Ronald Reagan (1911 – 2004) was dubbed the “Great Communicator.” As the 40th president of the United States, he was… Read More

Jimmy Carter – the President Who Promised He’d Never Lie

The 39th president of the United States, James Earl Carter, Jr., otherwise known as Jimmy Carter, was born on October… Read More

What is the State of the Union Address?

According to the U.S. Constitution, the president “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State… Read More

Gerald Ford – America’s First Unelected President

Gerald Ford, the 38th US president, was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on July 14, 1913. He was born Leslie Lynch… Read More

How Has the Bill of Rights Changed?

The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are the founding documents of the United States. A… Read More

Bill of Rights Day – 230 Years of Protecting Freedom

December 15 is Bill of Rights Day – a day to celebrate the rights that every American enjoys, from freedom… Read More

Black Friday and Cyber Monday

After giving thanks and filling our bellies with delicious Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and pies, much of America bundles up… Read More

Finding the Facts on Midterm Elections

Midterms occur halfway through a president’s four-year term. These elections don’t have anything to do with choosing a president –… Read More

Free Expression on Campus – A Right for All Students

Constitution Day is here – an occasion for Americans to celebrate and learn about one of the nation’s founding documents…. Read More

A Tale of Two Holidays – Constitution and Citizenship Day

America celebrates its independence on the Fourth of July. While many think of this as the nation’s birthday, the true… Read More