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The Old-New View Of Yosemite: Saving The Park From The Epidemic Of Drive-Through Nation

In 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed The Yosemite Grant, granting Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove to the state of California, the first time that the U.S. Government enacted to protect land for future public enjoyment. This...Show More Summary

HA! Here’s your Donald Trump FAIL of the evening

Donald Trump this week was crowned leader of the Republican Party, succeeding such men as Abraham Lincoln, Calvin Coolidge, and Ronald Reagan. It's amazing how poor he is as leading his own party now. With Tim Kaine picked as the presumptive Vice Presidential nominee for the Democrats, Trump has decided to wade into Virginia politics. Show More Summary

Storytime with Abraham Lincoln

3 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

The following article is from the book Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Nature Calls. These true accounts of President Lincoln’s animal encounters show that the Great Emancipator’s compassion wasn’t limited to humankind. LITTLE ABE AND THE WILD TURKEY Lincoln learned at seven years old that he was different when it came to animals. Show More Summary

Abroad in America: Behind a Facade of G.O.P. Unity, Frayed Edges Painfully Exposed

4 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The storied party of Abraham Lincoln is now headed by a candidate who has divided the country, and the Republicans, like none other in decades.

Dispatches From A Very Packed RNC Day 2, Where Not An Empty Seat Could Be Found

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The Republican National Convention! The heavily anticipated Super Bowl of the GOP! Every four years, the best and brightest of the party of Abraham Lincoln assemble to praise their selected champion before he strides proudly into battle for his place in history. Surely, every conservative would want a front-row seat. Show More Summary

How far down can mortgage rates go?

A boy once asked Abraham Lincoln how long a man’s legs should be, and Abe replied, “Long enough to reach the ground.” This past week, mortgage rates just set a new all-time low, about 3.25 percent (“about” because of the always indefinite mixtures of fees at a given rate found by survey). The prior low was not far above, but back in 2012....

Obama, Clinton And Race Exploitation

Hillary Clinton, exploiting the venue of her appearance in Springfield, Illinois — where Abraham Lincoln warned against “a house divided” — told America that Donald Trump is not fit to

Hillary Clinton at the Old State House in Springfield

Yesterday, Hillary Clinton delivered a terrific address at the Old State House in Springfield, Illinois—the site at which President Abraham Lincoln gave his "House Divided" speech. She spoke at length about racial justice, then segued...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton on her role stoking partisanship: 'I recognize I have to do better'

Hillary Clinton wants to get past partisan politics, but isn't ready to back off her criticisms of Donald Trump. Speaking from the same stage where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous "House Divided" speech, the former secretary...Show More Summary

Rove Whines That Clinton Was Being 'Partisan And Vicious' To Donald Trump

Wipe away those crocodile tears, Turdblossom. Hillary Clinton gave a speech from the Old State House in Illinois, where Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous “House Divided” speech, and heaven forbid, she went after her opponent, Donald...Show More Summary

Congress & the Battle for Conscience Rights

Two hundred and forty years ago last week, our founders unanimously signed a declaration. A declaration that, as Abraham Lincoln so eloquently noted, conceived our nation in liberty and dedicated it to the proposition that all men are created equal—a declaration that recognized that all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights: [...]

Hillary Clinton Attacks Donald Trump in Call for Unity

The presumptive Democratic nominee evoked Abraham Lincoln’s “House Divided” speech at the Old State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois, Wednesday.

Read the Abraham Lincoln Speech Mentioned by Hillary Clinton in Illinois

"I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free"

Hillary Clinton channels Abraham Lincoln while discussing race relations in the United States

Donald Trump escalates his feud with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg July 13, 2016, 10:21 a.m. Donald Trump continues to fire back at Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg after she said she couldn't imagine what a Trump presidency would mean for the court or the country.Donald Trump says Ruth...

The Latest: Clinton cites Lincoln's in unity plea

Hillary Clinton is turning to the symbolism of Abraham Lincoln's "House Divided" speech to argue that the nation needs to repair its divisions after high-profile shootings in Texas, Louisiana and Minnesota. Clinton's campaign says the...Show More Summary

Videos of the Week: Alternate Realities

Sometimes, when I get bored, I like to play “what if” games inside my head. The hypothetical situations I explore can range from “What if I had ordered the soup instead of the salad?” to “What would have happened if Abraham Lincoln was...Show More Summary

The Lincoln-Trump Debates

July 7, 2016 By Andrew Feinberg Alarmed that Donald Trump might become president and/or destroy the planet, Abraham Lincoln has come back to life to debate the presumptive Republican nominee. Excerpts follow. L: So you’re the Republican nominee? What happened? Was there a plague and you survived? T: Hey, easy on the insults. That’s my [...]Show More Summary

What would Abraham Lincoln say to Donald Trump about religion, politics and being a ‘Know Nothing’?

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

As the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump could learn a lot from his party’s first president, Abraham Lincoln. He should start with religion and immigration, topics on which he has appealed to fear and bigotry rather than “the better angels of our nature” as Lincoln did. Trump has...

21 Leaders to Study

If I were to give high school students a list of famous leaders to study, these would be my top 21 choices: Abraham Lincoln Winston Churchill Charles de Gaulle Lee Kuan Yew Julius Caesar Caesar Augustus Margaret Thatcher Dwight Eisenhower Franklin D. Show More Summary

Washington DC in early Photography – 23 Rare Vintage Pictures Capture the Capital of the USA from the 1840s

This is what Washington, D.C looked like in early photography. Most of them were taken in the early 1860s, several from the 1840s. Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated for a second time on March 4th, 1865 A Civil War Camp near Washington,...Show More Summary

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