27 April 2011: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to the press the same day the White House released the long form of his birth certificate to dispel conspiracy theories surrounding his place of birth. White House...
Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th United States President, unexpectedly took office, after JFK was assassinated, as he was his running mate.
James Knox Polk won as the "dark horse" against the prominant Speaker of the House Henry Clay. During his time in office, he gained a lot of land for America and proved to be a great success.
President Barack Obama has many people that support him and many people that do not. Obama has also been called many things, some of them very negative and spiteful making him the most insulted ever.
Not well-known facts about the wives of American Presidents.
Martin Van Buren, although known for his success in politics prior to his presidency, gaining the name "Little Magician," his success while president was not as strong and became very unpopular.
Herbert Hoover lived the American dream, he was an orphan and became a millionaire through his mining efforts across the globe. His success allowed him to donate his presidential earnings to charity.
President Andrew Jackson, nicknamed Old Hickory, lived a hard left, but through his hard work and outgoing personality, he became quite successful in all of his endeavors.
Warren G. Harding's presidency was fraught with scandal, which overshadowed good things he did as President. Betrayal of friends caused a lot of stress and may have led to his death while in office.
For 34 years Eugene Allen served at the White House. A humble man, who saw eight presidencies and was eyewitness to so many historical events. It is only fitting that he lived to see a Black President