William McKinley & Andrew Jackson

William Mckinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death. Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 June 8, 1845) was the seventh President of the United States (1829–1837). 5.0/5

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William Mckinley, Andrew Jackson, and JFK had a lovely dinner at PF changs together @ presidents unite
sooo, you still think you ELECT our president? in 1992 you had skull and bonesman George Bush Sr. vs, Freemason Bill Clinton. in 1996 you had Bill Clinton vs Free mason Bob Dole. Next you had skull & Bones GW Bush vs Free mason Al Gore . Then you had Skull and bones Bush vs skull & bones Kerry. Do you all get it now? In Albert Pike's book he admits the top Freemasons worship Lucifer. The Illuminati has infiltrated the freemason elite. A List of past presidents and people I have found who belong to these secret societies: George Washington, John Adams, James Monroe, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, William Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Andrew Jackson, Franklin Pierce, John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr, Martin Van Buren, Calvin Coolidge, Tyler, Truman, LBJ, Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William Mckinley, Warren Harding, Taft, Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, joseph Kennedy, George Clinton, Woodrow Wilson, H.Hoover,Nelson Rockefella, Dwight Eisenhower,Thomas E Dewey, Nixon, ol ...
I have been looking back at history, where I notice President Reagan was shot yet out of the list of Freemaons' who else...remember sorry Im an Australian. George Washington, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Garfield, William Mckinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George Bush were all Masonic Presidents of the U.S.A. When JFK was assassinated LB Johnson took over, then Andrew Johnson took over from Abraham Lincoln? I know Freemason's are normally good, however what I have found in Kings Cross a Lodge j which linked to the Grand Lodge No 2 in South Africia and the front in Sydney was just Freemason's.food for thought when we have Bush on the list.
ANSWERS TO OUR QUIZ! 1) a. Martin Van Buren, the eighth president. The previous presidents were born as British subjects. 2) c. You’d think it was Monroe but it was his secretary of state, John Quincy Adams. 3) d. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest serving president, assuming the job at the age of 42 in 1901 when President William McKinley was assassinated. Kennedy, at 43, was the youngest to be elected, in 1960. 4) a. William Howard Taft, the 27th president, from 1909–1913, served as chief justice from 1921-1930. He was also dean of the University of Cincinnati Law School and U.S. secretary of war. 5) John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 6) c. Eisenhower. 7) d. Lincoln was 56 when he died on April 15th, 1865. 8) b. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, on April 30, 1939, at the opening of the World’s Fair in New York. 9) Presidents who were assassinated: Abraham Lincoln (1865), James Garfield (1881), William Mckinley (1901), John F. Kennedy (1963). Presidents who survived assassination attempts: Andrew Jackson (183 ...
HAPPY PRESIDENT'S DAY! Did you know that 35 of the 44 presidents sported skin art? The most famous tattoo involved a small eagle holding a broad sword (demonstrated in the first source) fighting Jack "Galveston Giant" Johnson. Additionally, several presidential tattoos stand out: Andrew Jackson sported a tomahawk that ran the length of the inside of his left leg; James K. Polk is historically known to be the first white man to have a Chinese character as a tattoo (the symbol for "eager"); James Buchanan with a scantily-clad brunette on his chest as well as the acronym "BFL" in six inch lettering on his abdomen (BFL standing for "bachelor for life"); and William Mckinley with a cartoon representation of himself as the Monopoly man carrying a bulging sack with a $ symbol. Fun tattoo fact for today. Remember, this week we are running a special, 40$ off on any tattoo that you want, (or need ;-) ) covered up!
The assassination of United States President Abraham Lincoln took place on Good Friday, April 14, 1865, as the American Civil War was drawing to a close. The assassination occurred five days after the commanding General of the Army of Northern Virginia, Robert E. Lee, and his battered Army of Northern Virginia surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant and the Army of the Potomac. Lincoln was the first American President to be assassinated, though an unsuccessful attempt had been made on Andrew Jackson thirty years before in 1835. He was followed by James A. Garfield, William Mckinley and John F. Kennedy in the order, all being shot. However some died days after the fact, with infections caused by unsterile medical equipment.
This is the kind of idiocy we need to get the *** away from. A quote from another page: "Five US Presidents who sought to abolish the private-owned Federal Reserve Bank were assassinated: 1) Andrew Jackson (Survived); 2) Abraham Lincoln; 3) James Garfield; 4) William Mckinley; 5) John Kennedy." Andrew Jackson had no objection to the idea of a National Bank, except that the manager Nicholas Biddle would not ease credit enough to support Jackson's land speculator friends. And in any case, it wasn't the Federal Reserve and it was not privately owned. It was a government-private partnership. During the Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley administrations there was no Federal Reserve and there was no National Bank at all. They had exactly the unregulated economy many people want to see, with the predictable panics and economic instability. Not only did Kennedy not oppose the Federal Reserve, but EO 10 on which this conspiracy theory is based actually gave MORE power to the Federal Reserve because its intention ...
US Presidents of Irish Descent Presidents with too elusive or distant Irish ancestry were excluded from the list. Irish ancestry James Buchanan (1791-1868) : all ancestors hailed from County Donegal. John F. Kennedy (1917-1963): all his ancestors were Irish, chiefly from Counties Waterford, Cork and Limerick. Ronald Reagan (1911-2004): his father's ancestors were all Irish, from County Tipperary. Ulster Scots ancestry Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) : both parents born in County Antrim. James Knox Polk (1795-1849) : distant paternal ancestors from County Donegal. Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) : grandfather born in County Antrim. Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) : one of his great-grand-fathers was born in County Tyrone. Chester A. Arthur (1829-1886) : father born in County Antrim. Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) : ancestors from County Antrim on his mother's side. William Mckinley (1843-1901) : grandfather born in County Antrim. Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) : some of his maternal ancestors hailed from County Antrim. W ...
I love money. I love currensy. I love Franklin Roosevelt on the dime. John F Kennedy on the half-dollar. Susan Anthony on the silver dollar. Sacagawea on the golden dollar. George Wasington on the $1 dollar bill. Thomas Jefferson on the $2 dollar bill. Abraham Lincoln on the $5. Alexander Hamilton on the $10. Andrew Jackson on the $20. Ulysses Grant on the $50. Benjamin Franklin on the $100 bill. William Mckinley on the $500 dollar bill. Grover Clevelandon the $1000 bill, James Mafison on the $5000 dollar bill. Salmon Chase on the $10,000 dollar bill. & Woodrow Wilson on the $100,000 bill. Call me a *** IDGAF I love all them ***
For those who saw the presidential trivia questions this morning! (1) Rachel Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson, was accused of bigamy during the 1828 presidential election. Her first husband was an abusive man who had thrown her out of their house. She had divorced him and married Jackson in 1791. Unfortunately, she later found out that her prior divorce was not finalized (as she thought). The situation was corrected in 1794, but it didn't stop Jackson's political opponents from using the information later. (2) The first presidential items given to the Smithsonian were from Abraham Lincoln. The museum received the top hat that he wore on the night he was assassinated, along with the chair he was sitting in at Ford's Theatre. The hat is still there, although the chair has since been given to descendants of the owners of the theater. (3) This is an odd one! Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert, was present or close by when three different Presidents were shot. He obviously came quickly to his father's deathbed ...
David Saville Muzzey - greatest writer of US History text books: from Diane Ravitch blog... Many years ago, I found a first edition of Muzzey's An American History. I want to share with you his concluding paragraph. Set aside for the moment his omission of women and his reference to the nations vying to control "the destinies of the undeveloped races," which dates him. But what is not dated is his message. It speaks to us today, a century later: The problems of a democracy are ever changing to meet the developing needs and the unfolding ideals of the people. Our problem in America at the opening of the twentieth century is no longer that of George Washington's day,--to establish the forms and powers of a republican government; nor that of Andrew Jackson's day,--to admit to a full share in that government the sturdy manhood of the nation; nor that of Abraham Lincoln's day,--to save the life of the Union while cutting from it the cancer of slavery; nor that of William Mckinley's day,--to introduce the Unite ...
Testimonies from History; Here are some facts that you may not have known about our Founding Fathers and other key leaders in our country said about the Bible and their Faith in the Lord? In 1620, those who signed on to Mayflower Compact sealed the agreement with these words, "In the name of God, by the grace of God, to the glory to God, and the advancement of the Christian faith.": Our first president, George Washington, said, "It is impossible to rightly govern the world without the Bible and God.": Our 7th president, Andrew Jackson, affirmed, "That Book (referring to the Bible ), Sir, is the rock on which our republic rest." Our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, wrote, "I believe the Bible is the best gift that God has ever given man. All the good from the Savior of the world is communicated to us through this Book. I have been driven many times to my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go.": Our 25th president, William Mckinley, said, "The more profoundly we study this ...
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln , Ben Franklin , Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson and William Mckinley are my favorite white people
How can you not be proud to be Irish? Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, James Buchanan, William Mckinley, John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Benjamin Harrison, Ulysses S. Grant, Grover Cleveland, Chester A. Arthur, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton are all Irish American Presidents. The Irish have had a hand in making the United States what it is ever since Jamestown. Or the 8 signers of the Declaration of Independence. Or even today. Barack Obama has Irish roots. His mother's family came from Offaly
March 4, a day with its unbeatable importance in the US and the world economy !! Today was the day, when 6 of the U.S. Presidents (YES, SIX! ) were inaugurated as president in different times of the past. Starting with Thomas Jefferson, who became the 1st president to be inaugurated in Washington DC in 1801. Andrew Jackson was inaugurated as 7th president in 1829 and Ulysses Grant as 18th president in 1869. In 1901, President William McKinley was inaugurated for 2nd term as president on this very day. Later, Woodrow Wilson was inaugurated as 28th president in 1913 and Herbert Hoover as 31st president in 1929.
Dang I was all loaded for bear, but no counter comments. Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, William Mckinley, FDR, Dwight Eisenhower, and Obama are the only presidents to have won the popular vote and electoral college twice. It is a shame the country is so divided, we could be doing a lot better.
Here are somethings that you may or may not know. While Barack Obama is our 44th president, there have actually been only 42 presidents: Grover Cleveland was elected for two nonconsecutive terms and is counted twice, as our 22nd and 24th president. Eight presidents were actually born British Subjects: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson and William Henry Harrison. Nine presidents never attended college: George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland and Harry Truman. Episcopalian is the most common religious affiliation among presidents, followed by Presbyterian. The oldest president inaugurated was Ronald Reagan (age 69); the youngest was John F. Kennedy (age 43). Theodore Roosevelt, however, was the youngest man to become president — he was 42 when he succeeded William Mckinley, who had been assassinated. The tallest president was Abraham ...
In honor of Presidents day, I'm picking a favorite president. Andrew Jackson had a giant cheese wheel at his Inauguration celebration, and coined the term "To the victor goes the spoils" ...My favorite is William Mckinley.
Trivia - Presidents Day edition. Remember, google cheating is for losers and Republicans. 1. Who is the last president, chronologically, of whom no known photographs exist? 2. The last election decided in Congress was in 1824. The three candidates who advanced from the Electoral College to the House were J.Q. Adams, Andrew Jackson, and...? 3. Who was the last president to explicitly claim no religious affiliation? 4. Two states produced three presidents each since 1900. What are they? Do it for Barack.
1. Warren G. Harding's call for a return to "normalcy" after World War I helped him win the White House in 1920. 2. Dwight D. Eisenhower warned against the dangers of the "military-industrial complex" in his 1961 farewell speech. 3. Andrew Jackson's core of backroom cronies and informal advisors became known as his "kitchen cabinet." 4. Richard Nixon used "silent majority" for Americans who were not involved in the angry debate about the Vietnam War. 5. Though "OK," meaning "good," didn't originate with Martin Van Buren. It was used to describe him as an abbreviation of his nickname, "Old Kinderhook." 6. Woodrow Wilson used "watchful waiting" to describe his policy of waiting to decide whether the U.S. should recognize Victoriano Huerta as president of Mexico. 7. Though George Washington warned against foreign involvement, it was Jefferson who first used "entangling alliances." 8. Advisors to William Mckinley invented "war room" for the White House communications center where the Spanish-American War was ...
Presidents assassinated, all by Gunfire; James Garfield, William Mckinley, Abraham Lincoln, John Kennedy. Attempted Assassinations of Presidents, all by gunfire; Andrew Jackson , Theodor Roosevelt-wounded, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford -twice, Ronald Reagan- wounded. Security provided for Our President and their family as well as all ex Presidents is essential. Robert Kennedy, on the verge of being Nominated for President was also assassinated, by gunfire!
OK, I am sick to death of seeing article after article on what Romney did wrong, what the GOP did wrong, what the GOP needs to do to change, etc. There is no doubt that the Republicans need to make some changes to our priorities and messaging. But look at it from this perspective: Since presidential popular vote was first recorded in 1824, there have now been 13 presidents who were elected to a second term (more for FDR). Of those 13, only 2, repeat... 2, have won their 2nd term by a smaller popular vote margin than they won their first term. Who are those 2? Woodrow Wilson and Barack Obama. Here are the rankings for presidents with who were reelected for a 2nd term and their popular vote changes from their 1st election (this does not include those who lost reelection, BTW): 1. Richard Nixon (+22.5) 2. Ronald Reagan (+8.5) 3. Franklin Roosevelt (+6.5) - he did drop for his 3rd and 4th wins, though 3. Ulysses Grant (+6.5) 5. Andrew Jackson (+5.5) 6. Dwight Eisenhower (+4.5) 7. George W. Bush (+3.0) ...
I want to give a shout out to my best friends Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, George Washington, Ulysses S. Grant, William Mckinley, Grover Cleveland, James Madison, Woodrow Wilson (yes Im rascist! Lol). They always there to listen to my problems and lend and helping hand! Now all my best friends are dead but I see them daily. And every time I see them I smile! Im very protective of my friends...and if I ever hear about you holding them captive...well we're just going to have to do something about that! They been better to me than you have ever been (lol did I just go all A selection from the choir on them...why yes yes I did)
Finally, my currency knowledge pays off. Question at trivia tonight: If you have the following bills, how much money do you have? 1 William Mckinley bill 2 Ulysses S Grant bills 3 Thomas Jefferson bills 4 Andrew Jackson bills 5 Grover Cleveland bills If you can provide the correct answer WITHOUT CHEATING, I may provide you a George Washington.
There was no Democrats or Republican. The Parties were 1 called the Democratic-Republican party. John Adams was a Federalist. The 1st Democratic President was Andrew Jackson. Van Buren was the last. Harrison was in a party called the Whig as well as Tyler. James Polk or 11th would be the Democrat in office. The party would change back to Whig when Taylor and Fillmore were Presidents. Our 14th and 15th Pierce and Buchanan would turn the party back to Democratic. Lincoln was the 1st Republican and was the Assassinated and stands as the president on most all list. After Andrew Johnson was the next Democratic President. Then the Republicans Grant, Hayes Garfield and Arthur were the next 4 Republicans although Garfield was short lived as he was the 2nd assassinated. Cleveland would do 1 term then Harrison would be the next Republican and would Cleveland would take anothr term.William Mckinley and Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft which was the heaviest president to serve. I'm not trying to give a lesson on p ...
Famous Fremasons INTRODUCTION From U.S. presidents to top athletes, Founding Fathers to legendary writers, Freemasons can be found in almost every field. Here are some of the most notable members, representing a wide variety of professions. U.S. PRESIDENTS More than a dozen U.S. presidents were members of this fraternal organization, including George Washington (pictured), who earned the distinguished title of master Mason. James Monroe and Andrew Jackson also were Masons, and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are said to have had connections to the organization. Presidents of the 20th century that were members: William Mckinley, Teddy Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Gerald Ford. Lyndon B. Johnson was initiated but completed only the first of the three Masonic degrees and thus was not a true member. Founding Fathers AND PATRIOTS Benjamin Franklin (pictured) became a grand master in 1734 and edited and published the first Masonic book in America that same ...
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