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Inaugural Firsts: 1st POTUS known to have his Inauguration illustrated in a newspaper?

Know for sure? If not, please take a guess. Click each POTUS’ name to see if you’re right. Get an idea why each name does/not correctly answer the question. Good luck! Enjoy! Please pray for a safe Inauguration for our … Continue reading

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Inaugural Firsts: 1st POTUS whose Inaugural Address was printed in a newspaper “extra”?

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Inaugural Firsts: 1st POTUS whose Inauguration was newscast via “talking newsreel”?

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Inaugural Firsts: 1st POTUS whose Inauguration was “newscast” by telegraph?

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Open response (5) to Mr. Khizr Khan

Within the framework of everything I have previously shared in responses 2-4, I turn now to my reactions to whether Mr. Trump has made sacrifices for our country. Based on what I have seen, I have no doubt or hesitation … Continue reading

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Open response (6) to Mr. Khizr Khan

Although I am not a lawyer, I do have a B.A. and an M.A. in social studies/sciences, with a concentration in US History, and I have taught about the US Constitution to high school students. One of my graduate research … Continue reading

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Open response (7) to Mr. Khizr Khan

I am grateful to Mr. Khan for asking the question that has become a wonderful reconciliation point for me. A year into retirement, his question has struck an important nerve in me. Has the sacrificial everyday work I have done … Continue reading

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