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The United States presidential election of 1884 was the 25th qu...

wikipedia - 10 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1884 was the 25th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 4, 1884. It saw the first election of a Democrat as President of the United States since the election of 1856. The campaign was marred by exceptional political acrimony and personal invective.
united states presidential election, 1884

Trump's scandals: An unprecedented president

Aljazeera.com - 08 Sep 2018
They occur against the backdrop of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible coordination between Trump campaign members and Russia in the 2016 US election, which has shone spotlights on lies, fraud, and hush money pay-outs to an adult film ...
united states presidential election, 1884

'The Western District' play reveals dirt on corrupt court in 1871

Times Record - 16 Sep 2018
The play by local historian Brandon Chase Goldsmith tells the true story behind the founding of the First National Bank of Fort Smith and the real reasons why President U.S. Grant sent Isaac C. Parker to Fort Smith to clean up what had become the most ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Peeking into the Past: A honeymooner in West Pittston

The Sunday Dispatch - 20 Sep 2018
Commander Charles Adonizio of VFW Post 635 and Anthony Forlenza, Anthracite Counties Council VFW junior vice- commander, asked that all local posts campaign in support of the bonus. The bill cleared the ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Today in History

Eureka Times Standard - 15 Sep 2018
In 2004, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, died in Los Angeles at age 93 after a long struggle with Alzheimer”s disease. Ten years ago: Joseph Waldholtz, the ex-husband of U.S. Rep. Enid Greene, R-Utah, pleaded guilty to ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Timeline: Unfolding of the Independence Movement in Ambazonia

UNPO (press release) - 10 Sep 2018
The groups that did not participate in the presidential elections include the primarily Bamileke and Anglophone supported SDF, lead by John Fru Ndi. 28 May 1997: The state owned Tribune reports election results giving Biyas RDPC party 114 out of 180 ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Tributes flow for John McCain after his death from brain cancer

NEWS.com.au - 26 Aug 2018
Cindy McCain (R), wife of Republican US Presidential candidate senator John McCain and her daughter Meghan McCain stand on stage during a campaign stop on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 2008. Picture: AFPSource: ...
united states presidential election, 1884

What We Talk About When We Talk About Liberalism

Boston Review - 13 Sep 2018
Many use the word “liberal” as a catchall to describe left-of-center politics in general, but self-described leftists and members of the Democratic Socialists of America often characterize liberals and Democrats as their opponents—viewing them as the ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Ben Boychuk: US' first duty is to its citizens

Herald & Review - 26 Aug 2018
With “zero-tolerance” for illegal border crossers, a travel moratorium from certain countries and stricter limits on the number of legal immigrants, the president has kept his promise (short of building the wall) to reduce the number of newcomers to ...
united states presidential election, 1884

10 Things You Might Not Know About Ronald Reagan

Mental Floss - 05 Sep 2018
As the 40th president of the United States, actor and politician Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) led America's charge through the neon-lit 1980s, navigating tense relations with the Soviet Union and tackling a highly controversial war on drugs. Though not ...
united states presidential election, 1884

All Americans should support Trump on immigration, says Ben Boychuk

Press of Atlantic City - 29 Aug 2018
Donald Trump was serious when he campaigned on stricter enforcement of immigration laws. With “zero-tolerance” for illegal border crossers, a travel moratorium from certain countries and stricter limits on the number of legal immigrants, the president ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Trump, in his crude way, is supporting people's right to a voice

Herald and News - 23 Aug 2018
The president, in his crude way, is simply standing up for the right of the people to be represented by their government and for their wishes to have some voice in their governing. In other words, it's about the consent of the governed to say what ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Warming Seas, Falling Fortunes

Center For American Progress - 10 Sep 2018
The worry for many is that the waters of the Gulf of Maine may become too warm to support lobsters. Dave Cousens, a former president of the Maine Lobstermen's Association, told The New York Times, “Climate change really helped us for the last 20 years.
united states presidential election, 1884

Dawkins Welcome Center Achieves LEED Certification

Hendrix College Events and News - 22 Aug 2018
According to the Arkansas chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, Hendrix in 2010 became the first college in the state to receive LEED certification with the construction of the Student Life and Technology Center (SLTC), which holds LEED Gold ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Club News, Sept. 1, 2018

The Union of Grass Valley - 31 Aug 2018
Sue Williams and Trish Gerving will be serving as co-presidents; Heather Thorpe as vice-president, Josie Bost as corresponding secretary, Sue Rasmussen as recording secretary, Lynn McDaniel and Helen Hansen as co-treasurers, Paula Campbell and ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Vote, people

Arkansas Times - 23 Aug 2018
16 cover story by David Ramsey on Rusty Cranford, the lobbyist seen as the linchpin in the corruption recently uncovered at the state legislature that ended the state contract with Preferred Family Healthcare: Great job, Mr. Ramsey! It still irritates ...
united states presidential election, 1884

A woman for USA President—someday

Portsmouth Daily Times - 05 Jul 2018
The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women's Quest for the American Presidency by Ellen Fitzpatrick (2016) is a book that focuses on three women that desired to be President of the United States: Victoria Woodhull, Belva Ann Lockwood, and Margaret Chase Smith ...

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