In my video series, you can take a look at some of the beautiful places associated with our first five Presidents, including Mount Vernon, Peacefield and Monticello.
In this room, America was born--twice. Both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were adopted here.
The British, evidently ashamed of having lost the Revolutionary War, refused to pose for this famous picture.
The second President and his family had an awesome crib, which I visit with a critical eye.
It's August, and the political chattering class--never very mature to begin with--have, in their lack of interest in any substantive matters, spilled a lot of [...]
Yes, this is a "summer rerun"...but I originally ran this article long before this blog had a readership, and I had such a good time [...]
The tragic story of the community that tried to colonize Pitcairn Island after history's most famous mutiny is almost more interesting than the story of the mutiny itself.
The Presidency of the United States is arguably the most difficult and complicated job in the entire world, and in order to be effective at [...]