On Tuesday, in a development that shocked no one, Governor Romney won the GOP primary in the Prairie State of Illinois. Mere hours later, Jeb Bush endorsed Romney. It appears…..
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One hundred years ago, my former employer, mentor, and friend—President Theodore Roosevelt—challenged me to primary contests in all extant 48 states. The history books spell out the facts: After I…..
Seeing as how Super Tuesday wasn’t established until decades after my unfortunate disappearance in 1913, I shan’t fret over its outcome following today’s vote. Do not take my meaning wrongly;…..
I won’t pretend that I come from an era that was particularly enlightened in regard to women’s rights. This was a different country one hundred years ago. When I originally…..
It is official: Mitt Romney—the former Governor of Massachusetts and current Treasurer of the Cayman Islands—has proven himself victorious in Tuesday’s Republican Primary in Florida. Am I jealous? Absolutely. I…..
It has come to my attention that Newt Gingrich wants to build a base on the Moon. Even in my day, of course, travel beyond our atmosphere was being speculated…..
One hundred years ago today, I—William Howard Taft, 27th President of the United States—signed the state of New Mexico into the Union. It was one of the proudest moments of…..
In a recent article published by Politico—backhandedly titled “TR? Obama’s more like Taft”—aspersions were cast upon my good name. Allow me to clear the air. As the article maintains, my first…..
As so many of you know, I enjoy history. I am, after all, considered a part of it (although it’s a little disconcerting, I must admit, to read about oneself…..