The U.S. has had many interesting people take up residence in the Oval Office. This article covers facts about American presidents in office from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War.
This is another discussion of Donald Trump's mental state. Many such articles are based on thoughts by health care professionals; this one contains the insights of Tony Schwartz, the author of Trump's "The Art of the Deal."
The U.S. has had many interesting people take up residence in the Oval Office. This article covers facts about American presidents in office from the Reconstruction Era to World War II.
We are all narcissists to one degree or another. Those on the lower or upper end of the scale can potentially have serious social issues. Donald Trump is, by all accounts, on the very high end of the narcissism scale—and America is paying the price.
By any standard, it's difficult to find any president who did more harm in more ways and left the country in worse shape than this man did.
Every time he speaks, Donald Trump shows how horribly unqualified he is to be President of the United States.
Donald Trump may very well be the worst president in American history. Here is a convenient list of important facts about Trump's presidency that you may have forgotten.
Vice President Millard Fillmore became president upon the sudden death of President Zachary Taylor in 1850. Fillmore inherited the heated debate over the spread of slavery, which culminated in a series of laws known as the Compromise of 1850.
Few people are aware of the multitude of suspicious connections between the Donald Trump campaign and Russian president Vladimir Putin.
There are many facts that people don't know or don't want to know about what has changed in America because of President Obama. This article sheds some light on those facts.
Here's a list of pop, rock, and country songs for the American resistance movement about the bumbling, unhinged orange man who is our oldest President. Let's hope he's not our last.
Margaret Taylor was the wife of American President Zachary Taylor, who served in the White House from March 1849 until his sudden death in July of 1850. Mrs. Taylor suffered from ill health much of her life and shied away from the Washington, D.C., social spotlight.
The USA has had 44 different presidents, each with their own quirks and methods of government. Here are some facts about American presidents that were in office after World War 2.
Andrew Johnson was sworn in as president of the United States after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Johnson quickly made many enemies in Congress and became the first president to face an impeachment trial in the Senate.