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  • Truman's Little White Housein the Florida Keys,
    Truman Legacy Symposium May 17-18 at Key West's Little White House
    During Harry S. Truman’'s 1945-53 presidency, he spent 175 days at the Key West residence known worldwide as his Little White House. Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, the Little White House is to host the 2013 Truman Legacy Symposium recognizing...
  • Truman Muhney Has Arrived
    Welcome to the World, Truman Muhney!!
    Ten days after Michael Muhney announced that his wife, Jaime, was experiencing contractions, the newest member of their beautiful family has arrived - Welcome to the world, Truman Muhney. What a unique and wonderful name.Both Michael Muhney (Adam...
  • Home all across America in foreclosure since Obama elected.
    Who, what, when, where and how did Obama inherit Bush’s economy?
    Never in the history of our nation have we had such a president who screams, “The buck does not stop here,” as much as our present occupant of the White House.Everyone is interested in the latest news regarding the political campaign...
  • The economy: Who's fault is it?
    Republicans now join Democrats in the Blame Bush mantra
    Although the struggling economy under President Barack Obama's leadership will likely define the outcome of this year's general election, more Americans continue to hold former President George W. Bush accountable for the nation's...
  • David McCullough
    Pittsburgh Notable People: Pulitzer Prize winning author David McCullough
    One of the most successful writersinthe book publishingworld is Pulitzer Prize winning author, David McCullough. His well received books have covered a variety of subjects including everything from the Revolutionary War to President Harry S....
  • Presidentia Pardon
    A wit and wisdom look at the Presidents of the United States
    What do you do if you are a political scientist by degree, have residence in the kingdom of the world, but citizenship in the Kingdom of God?Have a little fun at the world’s expense, or at least get creative in examining our human attempts...
  • Visit where Harry walked, Independence, Missouri
    Visit where Harry walked, Independence, Missouri
    The Trail of Death is the starting point for a day trip to the north side of the Historic Independence Square. The Trail of Death is a trail of forced removal of Potawatomie Indians from Indiana to Miami County, Kansas. The plaque for the trail is...
  • Kelsey Hill
    Mustangs win one, tie one at Nebraska-Omaha Invitational
    Kelsey Hill scored the winning goal in the 32nd minute of play to give the Midwestern State women's soccer team a 2-1 win over Truman on Friday. However, the Mustangs wouldn't leave the Nebraska-Omaha Invitational with a 2-0 start. The...
  • President Truman with his famous sign.
    Historic decisions from the Oval Office
    44-17-28 Is that Barbie’s measurements? No, it’s the scorecard for The Buck Stops Here, a new book that examines important decisions made by U.S. Presidents. Here’s how it works out. We’re currently on our 44th President....
  • The Harry S Truman Little White House Museum in Key West hosts a Truman symposium May 14-15.
    Truman's Legacy explored May 14-15 in Key West symposium
    During his 1945-1953 administration, former President Harry S Truman spent 11 working vacations at a comfortable two-story residence on Key West's Navy base that became known as his Little White House. Friday and Saturday, May 14 and 15, the...
  • Roosevelt dime
    FDR's Folly - and what Obama should learn from it (Part III)
    With the unprecedented expenditures aimed at reviving the economy, what was the result of the New Deal spending? FDR’s Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, said it best when he told the House Ways and Means Committee in 1939, &ldquo...
  • Roosevelt dime
    FDR's Folly - and what Obama should learn from it (Part II)
    Since the US was on the gold standard in the 1930s, FDR could not finance his New Deal programs by unlimited borrowing and printing money as President Obama does. If people saw that inflation was rising, they could exchange their paper dollars for...
  • Roosevelt dime
    FDR's Folly - and what Obama should learn from it (Part I)
    Franklin Roosevelt has for years been given credit for shepherding the nation through the Great Depression. For decades, FDR’s New Deal policies were believed by many economists to have prevented a total collapse of the United States economy...