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US Presidents

The US President is the head of state and the head of the federal government of the United States of America. The president's power is checked and balanced by the two other branches of the US Government, which are Congress and the Supreme Court.
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George Herbert Walker Bush    He was elected on November 8, 1988 and served January 20, 1989 to  January 20, 1993.
Contrary to popular belief, George Washington did NOT chop down a  cherry tree. It was actually a lie that was published by a  children's author after our first president's death.
He had always been involved in politics. He has served as a  Delegate of Virginia, Secretary of State, Vice President, Governor  of Virginia, and much more. He declared several times that he would  never be involved in politics again, but low and behold, he was  drawn right back to Washington.
No can only answer this question with an oppinion nobody really knows but he did give us the white house starting with just a stone cornor peice so if you think of all the great things he did for our country it makes you wonder he must have liked being president somewhat to do all the great things...
She died of milk sickness
Theodore Roosevelt married his second wife, Edith Kermit Carow, two years after the death of his first wife, Alice Hathaway Lee, at the age of 22, of tuberculosis. Roosevelt's second wife, just a week younger than Alice, died 64 years after her Predecessor as First Lady, at the age of 87, of what...
To rally support of the North. After Gettysburg the North was sick  and tired of the wholesale slaughter of their troops. At Gettysburg  alone they lost some 25,000 men. At Antietam 26,000 men died in one  day. Fredricksburg was a disaster. Lincoln used the address to show  that to stop the...
he development of the American System - high tariffs, internal  improvements, and reform of the national bank and currency. Under  his presidency, the Cumberland Road was extended into Ohio and the  Chesapeake and Ohio Canal was started.      His most famous legislation may be the Tariff...
where was james k. polk born
 Hoover became an orphan at age nine.    He was a self-made multi-millionaire.     Hoover helped save millions from starvation after two world  wars.       
During the formation of the continental army, many free blacksenlisted. Several slave-owners sent their slaves to fight in theirstead. Many slaves also joined after the US govt promised freedomto slaves who served for a year.
In many's opinion, he was a good man and a great mover of  humanitarian aid around the world but was not a great president.
As of August 2014, the United States has had 44 presidents. The  first president was George Washington. The current president is  Barack Obama.
We might still have slavery, unless another president outlawed it.
because it was a rule made in the bill of rights
Mostly he will be remembered best as the President of the United  States.
Not NEARLY as strong as the British Army. But the only reason theywon is because 1)The weren't as cocky as the British Army 2) Theiralliance with France played a HUGE factor in who won. If the British sent their whole Navy and their whole military, theAmerican colonies would have easily been...
The 44th and current President of the United States is Barack  Obama. The 45th President will be elected on November 8, 2016, and  will be inaugurated on January 20th, 2017. Neither of the two major  parties have yet nominated a candidate. No one can answer your  question with any great...
President Bush (USA #41) is the father of George W Bush (USA #43) and his #1 policy since 2000 has generally been to remain publicly silent about his son's presidency. He was a more moderate person and accomplished many good things for the country, unlike his son who has doubled the national debt to...
In a way, it did. It essentially gave the slaves freedom in theNORTH, not the south. This encouraged them to escape to the North.The South was basically fighting two wars, one from the inside andone with the North. It crippled the reason they were drawn into thewar, slavery.
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what three main points did he make in the documentWho was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what three main points did he make in the documentWho was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what...
Not necessary. He should draft a will and make his wishes known  that he wants the house be given to you. Probate Court could rule  differently. Like split the house between you and his parents or  siblings. Get him to an estate planning lawyer and draft a will.
The freedom to make your own decisions can be limited if the  business you choose is a
The 37th President of the U.S. Richard Nixon was President of the  U.S. in 1972.
There is no record that he was. He noted for his devotion to late  wife when he President.
I could find no information that tied Thomas Jefferson's father,  Peter Jefferson to the Anglican Church nor any other denomination.
No he was the one that sent them to explore because he had just  acquired the Louisiana purchase and wanted information on the land.
It means that as time goes on, American society will change. Our  morals, values and ethical standards will change. Specifically, the  Warren Court was known for handling issues about equal opportunity,  civil rights and discrimination laws.   The "evolving standards of decency" likely...
Chris is totally right. Because he gave truman a second chance at life. truman was an unwanted child. christof has given truman everything needed to lead a contented life. i hope that helps a bit
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  Tyler was not elected President, but succeeded to that position on the death of President WH Harrison.   Tyler was born March 29, 1790. He was elected Vice-President in Nov 1840, aged 50, and became President on April 6, 1841, age 51
  The idea of checks and balances comes to play in this issue. The house that originally passes the bill just needs a simple majority to have it go to the executive branch. If it is vetoed by the president, it is sent back to the house in which it originated. In order to override the veto, it is...
Harry S. Truman was a farmer, store owner, and a judge before he became president. After graduating from Independence High School in 1901, Truman worked as a timekeeper on the Santa Fe Railroad, sleeping in "hobo camps" near the rail lines; he then worked at a series of clerical jobs. He returned...
Barack Obama won his Grammy Awards for two spoken word albums,  named "The Audacity of Hope", and "The Dreams of My Father."
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1. Take the letter from the window. Read it, then put it back. Click the right hand sofa cushion, take the scissors from underneath it before it falls down. Take the green tea box from the table. Maximize it, then take the scissors, keeping the scissors minimized. Cut the wrapper from around the box...
"A day that will live in infamy." Franklin Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy is special in many ways. One way he is special is that he encourages Americans to do great things. He introduced the Peace Corps and was a great president. Everyone is special in their own way. John F Kennedy was different from the other presidents. For he had a greater impact on how...
There is no record of his ever being accused of any type of fraud or any crimes. Had he been prior to his campaign for Presidential office, he would not have been vetted and allowed to run by the Democratic party and would not have been sworn in as President of the US by a Supreme Court Judge....
Life begins under martial law, simply..when martial law isdeclared. Someone who has enough power and influence on Army togain and control over power (denying all democratic rules,institutions and practice). This usually happens in the 3rd worldcountries. Some General decides to have power...and at...
He was chubby and was the first president to become president after his father. He was careless in how he dressed ( he wore the same hat for 10 years...)and always had eye problems, although he went his whole life without glasses. In 1832, he published a 108 pg. book of his own poetry.  
Yes actually he is. He said that life is Sacred and has made adoption a part of the democratic platform. Watch the third Presidential debate of 2008 to see him say this..The answer above is only partly true. What he said is that he would prevent late term abortions. But nothing about early...
Mostly no. .Hillary Clinton took a middle of the road approach, being in favour of existing law with Roe V. Wade, and in favour of limitations on late term aborti0ns, presumably in the 3rd trimester. .
Yes, she is pro-choice. Hillary Clinton has stated that she supports the legal decision ofRoe v. Wade, allowing for legal abortions, but also allowing forlegal restrictions on abortions beyond a certain time period, aslong as the life of the mother and instances of rape are alsoconsidered. (Meet the...
Obama has said that the death penalty is used too frequently and inconsistently. However, he favors it for cases in which "the community is justified in expressing the full measure of its outrage.". He will of course end up turning every thing around.
Polk made five promises: to annex Texas; to acquire the Southwest; to annex the Oregon Territory to the 54/40 line; to establish an independent Treasury; and to serve only one term.
no, he was not. Washington had the declaration of independence readto his troops in new York city on july 9.
No. Grover Cleveland was elected in 1884. He was a Democrat.
Yes, anyone born in the US is a Us citizen regardless of the parents status. (excluding a very small group of people, primarily official diplomats and those with diplomatic immunity)
On April 9, 1865 after four years of Civil War, approximately 630,000 deaths and over 1 million casualties, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, at the home of Wilmer and Virginia McLean in the town of Appomattox Court...
A used one. A good turntable is an expensive thing to produce in today's world, even a modest one will cost over $400. Your best bet is to find a used table from the 70's or early 80's that is still in good condition and buy a new cartridge for it. I'd recommend finding one locally though because...
The war on the Barbary Pirates (1805), Louisiana Purchase (1805),  and the Midnight Judges ordeal.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Barack Obama attended the Chicago-based  Trinity United Church of Christ, led by Reverend Jeremiah Wright.  While Pastor Wright later became controversial in the conservative  press (and then in some of the mainstream sources) during the  2000s, there is little...
Abraham Lincoln was the United States President during the civil war. As such he was commander-in-chief of the union army and navy.
what happened to jimmy carter? Well some people say he got in a car accident and other's say from old age i say that he died from old age. thnx:) bye
He wasn't, as his father George H W Bush was president from 1989 to 1993.
William McKinley at his 1897 inauguration.
The 14th president of the US was Franklin Pierce. He was also a  Senator and a member of the House of Representatives but never a  vice president. There were nine presidents who were also vice  presidents. They were Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Arthur,  Theodore Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman,...
to end slavery permanently by amending the constitution.
He was pushing for gay marriage rights in southern California.
Thomas Jefferson's home was at Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Many believe that Lee Harvey Oswald killed him but a total of three shots were heard so really it could be anyone. Jack Ruby murdered Oswald later and he had crucial evidence to the assassination of JFK. If only we could go back in time......... However, the government supposedly holds "tapes" of...