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Nixon may have lost Vietnam and obstructed justice, but in my dream at least he made a mean grilled cheese sandwich.
Jefferson spent at least $9,253.01 (in 1808 dollars) on wine while President. Adjusted for inflation, that's a pretty huge wine bill!
Were Presidents elected in years ending in zero really "cursed" to die in office? In reality the pattern is a lot more random than it might seem.
Kennedy's message of hope and challenge still resonates, while other more recent inaugurals are immediately forgotten.
Here are what I think are the articles that represent the best work I did on this blog during 2016.
The latest podcast episode examines Jefferson's troubles during the 1810s, when he was not-so-happily retired to Monticello after leaving the White House.
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