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HOLY COW! HISTORY: The President’s Love Child

Americans place our presidents on lofty pedestals while forgetting they were real humans. All too human, in some cases, especially when it comes to fooling around. The problem began early on. Thomas Jefferson fathered at least one child, and possibly more, with a slave. James Garfield is next on the presidential philanderers’ list. The long-suffering


A brief history of presidential lethargy

A television set turned on in the West Wing of the White House. AP Photo/Susan Walsh Stacy A. Cordery, Iowa State University No one doubts the job of president of the United States is stressful and demanding. The chief executive deserves downtime. But how much is enough, and when is it too much? These questions

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