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The U.S. economy bears little resemblance to the Jeffersonian ideal.
Antics between President Obama and Congress on sequestration would make Thomas Jefferson roll over in his grave.
If Obama wants to be remembered he’d do well to consult Jefferson, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Kennedy.
While most inaugural addresses are forgettable, these five speeches endure.
SEATTLE (AP) — The grass is no greener. But, finally, it's legal — at least somewhere in America. It's been a long, strange trip for marijuana.
The president is not likely to socialize more with Congress in his second term.
It's just a matter of time until the United States gives gay Americans all the rights they are entitled to as citizens
Thomas Jefferson relayed his eyewitness account of the storming of the Bastille with shocking calm.
Jefferson and Lincoln would find Santorum's cleaving to Roman Catholic Church dogma a four-alarm fire.