The most unfortunate major sports cities in the United States.
Historical mysteries, including Amelia Earhart's disappearance and Jack the Ripper.
Quotes, facts, and figures about one of the most maligned and under-appreciated offices in the federal government.
Could cloning technology and DNA lead to the resurrection of extinct animals? If so, which ones should be brought back? Here's a look at five extinct animals that may be brought back into existence.
Five obscure United States presidents and their characteristics, accomplishments, and failures.
Videogame consoles that flopped and the reasons why they did not succeed.
What is it like being the youngest child of a family? I interview my brother to find out.
What is it like to be a middle child? Does "middle child syndrome" actually exist? I interview my sister to find out.
This article discusses the most lopsided United States presidential elections of the post-World War II era. It features elections won by Ike Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.
This article discusses three of the creepiest unsolved mysteries of the past century. Several theories for each case are mentioned. Includes links and a poll.
This is a review of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the third installment of the Indiana Jones series.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on hubpages...a second article about bizarre American political parties! This articles features the US Pacifist Party, Pansexual Peace Party, Pirate Party, Light Party, and...
This is a collection of amusing quotes made by U.S. Presidents.
This article discusses some of the strange political parties in American history. It features the U.S. Marijuana Party, the Know Nothings, Anti-Masons, Natural Law, and the Prohibition Party.
Quirky facts about the U.S. Presidents.
This is an article about presidents who never directly elected to the presidency.
This an article profiling Chihuahuas and discussing the pros and cons of this type of dog and whether they are a good fit for prospective dog owners.
This article discusses mistaken beliefs, myths, and legends regarding certain historical figures who are mistakenly believed to have been U.S. Presidents.