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Top 10 Presidents: Fast Facts for Stalking Victims

Updated on January 8, 2020
"Honest Abe" abolished slavery. The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in the Ford's Theater
"Honest Abe" abolished slavery. The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in the Ford's Theater | Source

These are just some fast facts for stalking victims, about the top ten Presidents of the United States, chosen due to multiple perpetrator stalkers referencing various Presidents of the United States during their stalking campaigns.

Some of the information may seem a little strange if you are fortunate enough to have never been stalked by multiple perpetrators, but may be more familiar if you have. If you have not, just enjoy the factual information and tidbits, which are not comprehensive listings of each President of the United States.

This author is a federalist, meaning belief in the original intent of the Founding Fathers. The Federalist Society definition: "advocates for a textualist and originalist interpretation of the United States Constitution."

There are groups in this country today who will claim both to have written the Constitution, but who also appear to be making organized long term efforts to shred it. Recall that this country was founded on Christian foundations regardless of how our history has been rewritten.

Ulysses S. Grant from West Point to Appomattox
Ulysses S. Grant from West Point to Appomattox | Source

#10 - President Abraham Lincoln

End of the war. On April 9, 1865, Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Court House in Virginia. Under authority from Lincoln, Grant extended generous terms to Lee and his army. A great wave of joy swept the North when the fighting ended. A few days before, Lincoln had quietly entered Richmond, accompanied by his son Tad. There, he was greeted as a savior by the city's once-enslaved African Americans.

One the night of April 11, before a crowd that serenaded him, Lincoln spoke soberly of the future. Louisiana had applied for readmission to the Union under Lincoln's plan of reconstruction. Many Northerners wanted to impose harsher terms on the state.

[The World Book Encyclopedia 2019, the end of the Civil War regarding slavery].

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  • President Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States from 1861-1865. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Hannibal Hamlin was his Vice President from 1861-1865 with Andrew Johnson becoming the Vice President in 1865. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • The Civil War "completely dominated" Lincoln's presidency. This conflict resulted in 525,000 men who died during the four years of battle, many of them from disease. The total cost to both sides was estimated to be $15 billion. The first federal income tax was enacted by Congress in 1861 to help pay the war costs. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • The president who ended slavery, giving rise to the attitude of "The South will rise again," and "those damn Yankees" regarding everyone north of the Mason-Dixon line.
  • The Homestead Act of 1862 provided settlers with 160 acres of free land, which encouraged settlement in the West. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Free mail delivery began in 1863 in large U.S. cities. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • President Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in Kentucky. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • He married Mary Todd in 1842. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Lincoln's law office was in downtown Springfield, Illinois. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Debated slavery with Stephen A. Douglas in 1858. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Abraham Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation on September 22nd, 1862. Lincoln issued the final Emancipation Proclamation on January 1st, 1863. [10 Facts: The Emancipation Proclamation on Battlefields dot org]
  • Re-elected president in November of 1864. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Assassinated by John Wilkes booth on April 14, 1865. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]. President Lincoln was shot in the Fords Theater.
  • Died in Washington, D.C. on April 15, 1865. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • President Lincoln is referenced by stalkers with automobiles by the same name, automobiles are used greatly in their stalking campaigns.
  • (Note: Mr. Hendricks is a pleasure to work with - upbeat, pleasant, and respectful. The trolls on the police force did not allow me to report my concerns in 2016, the year of the police report, surrounding this aspect as further context of the situation, in Mission, Johnson County, Kansas, by opted to continue their seemingly endless games and maneuvers. I worked with Mr. Hendricks in 2010 on ACI v. JPM. Police never arranged their suggested police interview, thrice requested hand delivered in writing in 2016 at their prompting, which included requesting the FBI, KBI, KCMOPD, etc., and asking that the FBI request Mr. Donald F. Martin's presence. The police did not even stop the ongoing aggression and crimes against me, let alone restore my children (which includes grandchildren) to me in a safe environment, or aid in the restoration of our lives. There are also six additional loved ones of concern, as well as many other ongoing concerns about numerous individuals never documented by police or responded to. It has been quite the contrary, wrestling one police department after another for years now as they have by their own behavior, tremendously added to the burden.
  • Stalkers also reference President Lincoln as "Honest Abe" during their harassment campaigns.
  • Then, the obvious reference to President Lincoln being the one who ended slavery, with the implication that slavery never ended, it just has a new name - trafficking.
  • The awareness raising about this really terrorism, or perpetrator-coined "focused extermination" is non-existent, and police will claim not to even know what multiple perpetrating stalking campaigns are. Hence, our expansion in topic and awareness raising.

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#9 - President Harry S. Truman

President Harry S. Truman
President Harry S. Truman | Source

I believe that it must be the policy of the United States to support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressures. I believe that we must assist free peoples to work out their own destinies in their own way.


- President Harry S. Truman, Speech before Congress, March 12, 1947. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].

President Harry S. Truman

  • President Harry S. Truman was the 33rd President of the United States, 1945-1953. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Alben W. Karley, Vice President 1949-1953. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Harry S. Truman was born in 1884 in Lamar, Missouri, (even though Truman is greatly celebrated in Independence, Missouri, where his family moved when he was six, [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019], also the currently the second largest meth city in the country).
  • Truman married his childhood sweetheart, Elizabeth "Bess" Virginia Wallace (1885-1982). [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • The United Nations was established in 1945 at a conference in San Francisco. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Hilter's Germany surrendered to the Allies on May 7, 1945. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb used in warfare on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. World War II ended soon afterward. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Japan surrender ended World War II on September 2, 1945. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Congress passed the Taft-Hartley Act over Truman's veto in June 1947. The Labor Management Relations Act of 1947, better known as the Taft–Hartley Act, is a United States federal law that restricts the activities and power of labor unions. [Wikipedia]
  • British India was divided into two independent nations - India and Pakistan in 1947.
  • The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was created on July 26, when Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 into law.
  • Israel was founded on May 14, 1948.
  • The Korean War began on June 25, 1950.
  • Elizabeth II became queen of the United Kingdom in 1952.
  • McCarthyism

Here is Kansas City and Johnson County, Kansas workplace mobbers and multiple perpetrator stalkers engage in The Truman Show against unsuspecting employees and innocent citizens. The goal of these campaigns is for the victim to end up homeless, deceased, and/or committed, in this instance to Truman Medical Center, where orchestrated criminal activity can be misdiagnosed to further the take-down process in the usual gaslighting, victim-blaming manner.

This is then leveraged against the victim, who may not even begin to be able to recognize or articulate what happened, while perpetrators threaten that if it happens twice it is then schizophrenia. The victim, as well as their children and even grandchildren, are surrounded by perpetrators who are pretending and acting in accordance with the orchestrated scenario, which does not appear to ever result in any criminal charges, justice, restitution, or real opportunity to seek damages.

When the victim thinks the nightmare may be over it has actually just begun, and may last for decades in a downward spiral to the grave, as cult-like perpetrators pick every morsel from the carcass before and even after he or she dies a premature death. Murder, premeditated with malice. Note that your experience being stalked may differ, especially as to whether you are being "sexed up" or "taken down," (or both) based solely on personal observation and experience.

#8 - President Richard Nixon

President Nixon shakes hands individually with White House Fellow Colin Powell.
President Nixon shakes hands individually with White House Fellow Colin Powell. | Source
  • President Richard Nixon was the 37th President of the United States, 1969-1974. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • President Nixon was born in Yorba Linda, California on January 9, 1913. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Vice Presidents: Spiro T. Agnew 1969-1973; and Gerald R. Ford 1973-1974. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Married Thelma Catherine (Pat) Ryan in June 1940. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Resigned as President on August 9, 1974 due to the Watergate scandal, due to the Watergate tapes.
  • President and Mrs. Ford succeeded Nixon as President. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • President Ford granted Nixon a pardon for all federal crimes Nixon may have committed while President. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • In recent years it has been Memegate, Tommygate, and Babygate regarding the multiple perpetrator stalkers.

Always give your best, never get discouraged, never be petty; always remember, others may hate you. Those who hate you don't win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself.


President Richard Nixon, Final speech before leaving office, August 9, 1974. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].

#7 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR)

President Franklin D. Roosevelt
President Franklin D. Roosevelt | Source
  • Franklin was born in Hyde Park, New York in January 1882. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • On St. Patrick's Day in March of 1905 Franklin married Eleanor Roosevelt. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • He won election to the New York Senate in 1910. [White House dot com, accessing on January 4, 2020].
  • In 1921 Franklin was stricken with polio. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States, 1933-1945. [White House dot com, accessing on January 4, 2020].
  • Founded the March of Dimes and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. [White House dot com, accessing on January 4, 2020].
  • In 1928 Roosevelt became Governor of New York. [White House dot com, accessing on January 4, 2020].
  • The Great Depression 1929-1939.
  • In 1933 Congress enacted New Deal recovery measures (entitlements - public benefits) during the "Hundred Days." [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Prohibition was repealed. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • The Social Security Act was passed. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Aviator Amelia Earhart crashed into the pacific and died in 1938. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].

  • In 1941 Japan's attach on Pearl Harbor led the United States into World War II. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • General Douglas MacArthur.
  • In 1942 Twenty-six nations signed the Declaration of the United Nations. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • In 1944 the Allies invaded Normandy, France. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Nazi leader Adolf Hitler ruled Germany from 1933 until his death in 1945, including the Holocaust. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • The "big band" era. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • He signed the Tennessee Valley Authority Act into law, creating the TVA and enabling the federal government to build dams along the Tennessee River that controlled flooding and generated inexpensive hydroelectric power for the people in the region. [The History Channel].

#6 - President Bill Clinton

President Clinton and White House Intern Monica Lewinski, the embarrassment of the Office of the President seen around the world.
President Clinton and White House Intern Monica Lewinski, the embarrassment of the Office of the President seen around the world. | Source
  • Bill Clinton was born in Hope, Arkansas in August 1946. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • He attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019] to Russia with Gorbachev.
  • Clinton met Hillary Rodham of Park Ridge, Illinois at Yale Law School and they married in 1975. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • The Yale secret society of the Skull & Bones was referenced during the 2005 workplace mobbing and multiple perpetrator stalking that repeatedly nearly ended my life.
  • Bill was a draft dodger.
  • Hillary is the only first lady ever elected to public office. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]. This is, of course, is referring to when she was elected, not when she decided being first lady meant she was the elected politician, overhauling healthcare.

"That all depends on what the meaning of 'is' is."

  • Bill Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States, 1993-2001. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]
  • Vice President Al Gore, who you might recall claimed to have invented the Internet, but is now a Pulitzer Prize winning author of his politically correct book on global warming.
  • The gun control policy of the Bill Clinton administration was the White House's domestic policy on guns during Bill Clinton's term in office as President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Gun control was a major political issue in the first half of Clinton's first term and during that time he lobbied for, and signed, two major pieces of gun control legislation, the Brady Bill and the Federal Assault Weapons Ban. - [Wikipedia Gun Control of the Clinton Administration, August 7, 2019].
  • Impeached by U.S. House of Representatives. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Disbarred.
  • Also recall the Jennifer Flowers ordeal with the Clinton News Network, I mean Ted Turner's (Jane Fonda's husband) CNN, giving James Carville airtime to disparage Jennifer Flowers in an extremely demeaning and trashy manner which truly was a reflection on the speaker as opposed to Jennifer, with his waving a hundred dollar bill in a trailer park comment.
  • In 2005, President George W. Bush again involved Clinton in disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast. Bush appointed his father and Clinton to head efforts to raise funds for hurricane victims. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019]. Hurricane Katrina took place during the 2005 workplace mobbing and multiple perpetrator stalking here in Kansas City.
  • "That all depends on what the meaning of "is" is."
  • Recall also Hillary assumed unprecedented powers at the First Lady. Recall her work on health care, as well as her attempts to limit food stamp assistance.
  • Hillary was referenced as "the nutcracker" (then calling me the "nutcracker") during the severe 2005 workplace mobbing, at the then largest law firm in Kansas City, MO, and multiple perpetrator stalking, that repeatedly nearly took my life. (The Nutcracker is also a Christmas play Scott McCandless of Shook Hardy & Bacon took his family to the Christmas I worked for him, causing it to be a potential reference, as this is the manner of the stalkers).

Jennifer Flowers v. James Carville

#5 Barack Obama

  • Barack Hussein Obama II was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on August 4, 1961.
  • Barack spent part of his childhood in Indonesia, but most of it in Hawaii. (Obama’s mother, Ann Dunham, was born on an Army base in Wichita, Kansas, during World War II. Obama's father, Barack Obama Sr., was born of Luo ethnicity in Nyanza Province, Kenya.)
  • He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law in 1991.
  • In 1989, Obama joined Sidley Austin, a Chicago law firm, as a summer associate, where he met his future wife Michelle.
  • In February 1990, Obama was elected the first African-American editor of the Harvard Law Review.
  • On October 3, 1992, Barack married Michelle Robinson, who was also a young lawyer.
  • Prior to becoming President, he was in the Illinois Senate.
  • Barack Obama was the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017.
  • President Obama was the first African-American President of the United States, which was very emotional for a great number of people. He may also have been the first Muslim President, but there is contradicting information as to whether he is Muslim or Christian.
  • John Biden was President Obama's Vice President.
  • Past President Barack Obama is a Nobel Peace Prize winner.
  • In the first 100 days of his presidency, he ordered the closing of the military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba within a year (a deadline that ultimately would not be met).
  • Cash for Clunkers 2009.
  • Signed Affordable Care Act in March 2010, requiring citizens to purchase health care or pay a tax.
  • In April 2011, President Obama took out Osama bin Laden, who Clinton had or could have had at least three times but allowed to remain free.
  • Negotiated Iran Nuclear Deal. (In 2018, President Donald Trump, Obama's successor, withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal put in place by Obama).
  • India Nuclear Agreement in 2015.
  • "Fun Fact:" Our local weatherman Neville Miller looks just like him!

[Facts taken from Biography dot com, accessed on January 4, 2020].

#4 - President Donald Trump

Trump is sworn in as President by Chief Justice John Roberts on January 20, 2017: Trump, his wife Melania, and his children Donald Jr., Barron, Ivanka, Eric, and Tiffany.
Trump is sworn in as President by Chief Justice John Roberts on January 20, 2017: Trump, his wife Melania, and his children Donald Jr., Barron, Ivanka, Eric, and Tiffany. | Source

President Trump's Ignored 2018 Accomplishments

  • Donald Trump was born in June 1946 in New York City.
  • Trump Tower opened in NYC in 1983.
  • He married Melania Knauss in 2005.
  • Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America, 2017-current.
  • President Trump has been working hard to turn this country around, with one hell of a fight on his hands. First the liberal media droning on because they could not accept the fact that Hillary lost. Then this impeachment charade, undoubtedly to slow him down as much as possible. The media itself has become so pathetic I cannot even watch a lot of it.
  • However, these videos are President Trump's years in review for 2018 and 2019. Then, there is an additional video on Iran, terrorism, etc.
  • The liberal media is completely out of control by much popular opinion, and Fox News reports in review of 2018 that 92% of stories on President Trump were negative. It was never the job of news media to shape public opinion, but to report the unbiased facts, and that in a respectful manner. This appears to be the sovereignty President Trump seeks to salvage conflicting with the globalist agenda.

Stalkers

  • Marla Maples was referenced by one of the main stalkers by staying in The Maples in Mission, Johnson County, Kansas, nestled in between the dentist (whose car remained parked outside 24/7 without being moved for more than one year) and doctor's office, followed by use of her first name in Lenexa and Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas, in recent years. This is the way of multiple perpetrator stalkers.

President Trump's 2019 Year in Review

Iran, Terrorism - January 8, 2020

#3 - President George W. Bush

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush pose for a holiday portrait in front the White House Christmas Tree Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006.
President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush pose for a holiday portrait in front the White House Christmas Tree Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006. | Source
  • President Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut in July 1946, to George Herbert Walker and Barbara Bush. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • In 1968 President Bush graduated from Yale University.
  • Married Laura Welch in November 1977.
  • Place of nominating election: New York City.
  • President George W. Bush was the 43rd President of the United States, 2001-2009. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Richard B. Cheney, Vice President, 2001-2009. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon Building Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2001, resulting in about 3,000 deaths during the attacks. President Bush was reading to first graders as the Secret Serviceman whispered in his ear what was happening. "See Spot run." "Mr. President, there are planes flying into the twin towers." "See Spot jump."
  • Same sex marriage got its start when it became legal in Massachusetts in May 2004.
  • Hurricane Katrina occurred in August 2005. "It is the costliest hurricane to ever hit the United States, surpassing the record previously held by Hurricane Andrew from 1992." National Weather Service
  • George Bush flew into Kansas City during the 2005 workplace mobbing and multiple perpetrator stalking, eating at "Eggs, etc.", off the Plaza in KCMO, which appears to have changed their name to Eggtc, according to the online ad. This was one of several visits to Kansas City during that time by various leaders of similar status according to the daily televised news.
  • The main stalker took five trips during the months of the severe workplace mobbing. One of those was to Dallas, Texas, even though perpetrators repeatedly attempted to change it to Austin. It was indeed Dallas. Another of those trips was to Washington, D.C.
  • Then, let's not forget Jeb Bush down in Florida with the disgusting Schiavo precedence, which appears to considerably rewritten in more than one article while searching online.

#2 - President John F. Kennedy

President and Mrs. John Fitzgerald Kennedy
President and Mrs. John Fitzgerald Kennedy | Source

Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans,...unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed and to which we are committed today at home and around the world. Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty.


John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961

  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in May 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • President Kennedy graduated from Harvard University. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier in September 1953. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Elected president of the United States in 1960. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • In 1961 the 23rd Amendment to the Constitution was passed, which gave residents of the District of Columbia the right to vote in presidential elections. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Adolf Eichmann, a top Nazi war criminal, was hanged in Israel in 1962 for his part in the massacre of European Jews during World War II (1939-1945). [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • October 22, 1962 Kennedy's Cuban Missile Crisis and Fidel Castro. Another embarrassing moment for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Bay of Pigs.
  • Him and his brother's alleged involvement with Hollywood actress Marilyn Monroe is widely publicized. See the following video of Marilyn singing happy birthday to President Kennedy, which must have been highly disrespectful to Mrs. Kennedy. Ms. Monroe was found dead in her bed. John and Bobbie were both assassinated.
  • The United States Supreme Court in 1962-3 ruled that official prayers and Bible reading in public schools was unconstitutional. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • President Kennedy was a Catholic president, who also tried to eliminate the CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, the Bay of Pigs, etc.
  • Assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].

Happy Birthday, Mr. President

Bonus: President Lyndon B. Johnson

Vice President Lyndon Johnson being sworn in as President after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Mrs. Kennedy to the right.
Vice President Lyndon Johnson being sworn in as President after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Mrs. Kennedy to the right. | Source
  • Lyndon was born in August 1908 in Stonewall, Texas.
  • Married Claudia Alta (Lady Bird) Taylor in November 1934.
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson was the 36th President of the United States, 1963-1969.
  • Vice President: Hubert H. Humphrey, 1965-1969.
  • The Civil Rights Acts of 1964.
  • Medicare was established.
  • The Vietnam War expanded.
  • The Women's Liberation Movement gained strength.
  • The Six-Day War.
  • Assassinations in 1968 tooks the lives of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., and Senator Robert F. Kennedy of New York.
  • Died in January 1973.

#1 - President Ronald Reagan

The Late President Ronald Reagan
The Late President Ronald Reagan | Source
  • Ronald was born in Tampico, Illinois in 1911. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Ronald married his second wife, Nancy in 1952. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States, 1981-1989. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • Iranian Hostage situation was resolved by President Reagan.
  • On March 30, 1981 there was an assassination attempt and President Reagan was shot. Secret Serviceman Jim Brady took a bullet for him. The shooter, John W. Hinckley, Jr., (Hinkley is referenced by stalkers with use of the brand of bottled water by the same name) was a crazed fan who was attempting to kill the president in order to impress actress Jodie Foster (likeness in Gower, MO Dollar General with reference to the movie Nell and the dead sister in the woods in the movie, in HyKlass Foods,grocery store in Gower, MO in the summer of 2018) who may have been attending Harvard at the time. Hinckley was found insane and therefore found not guilty of the attempted murder. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • In July of 1981, President Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor to the United States Supreme Court. Justice O'Connor was said to be a bit of a disappointment, and she was often the swing vote of the Court. Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court. [Miller Center dot com, accessed January 4, 2020].
  • In March 1983, to protect the US from nuclear attack, Reagan urges development of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), in order to create a high-tech anti-ballistic missile shield. [Miller Center dot com, accessed January 4, 2020].
  • In May 1985, the Reagan Administration announced an embargo on Nicaragua. [Miller Center dot com, accessed January 4, 2020].
  • The space shuttle Challenger tragedy occurred in January 1986. [The World Book Encyclopedia 2019].
  • President and Mrs. Reagan have both passed away in recent years.

We hope you find this quick reference helpful for finding fast facts regarding Presidents of the United States, and on a lighter note, enjoy a little humor by the late President Ronald Reagan.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Kelly Ann Christensen

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    Kelley Marks 

    6 months ago from California

    Lots of helpful information here. Many of these presidents appear on one or the other of my lists for the best or the worst of America's presidents. Regarding stalking, it used to be okay for people to threaten the president, but now it's not, though it certainly happens a lot on Facebook. Have times changed?...

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