Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was the 28th President of the United States, from 1913 to 1921. A leader of the Progressive Movement, he served as President of Princeton University from 1902 to 1910, and then as the Governor of New Jersey from 1911 to 1913. Running against Progressive (Bull Moose ) Party candidate Theodore Roosevelt and Republican candidate William Howard Taft, Wilson was elected President as a Democrat in 1912.
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please. Tell me how Woodrow Wilson created that plrase! Lol
How Woodrow Wilson's great blunder of WWI led to Hitler, Stalin & WWII on
Just a little sneak peak of what's going on at Woodrow Wilson High School this week!
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed Armistice Day for November 11, 1919. In proclaiming the holiday
Nate Carr Wrestling Clinic returning to Beckley Saturday; to run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Woodrow Wilson.
Connect John Locke, Woodrow Wilson and Charles Darwin...A *** in the Armor of Natural Law
Former US ambassador will present "Making Sense of Today's Middle East" on campus this evening. Get more details:
President Woodrow Wilson first ordered in 1919 that the country would observe Armistice Day on 11/11. Read the blog
Thought provoking: why Woodrow Wilson and similar
DTN Aviation: Veterans still serving: President Woodrow Wilson once said, "To us in America, the reflections o...
"Woodrow Wilson left Washington an imbecile who later died of syphilis" Myron Fagan. LMAO
A new blog from starting by reflecting on 7 decades of work
You are here to enrich the world and you impoverish yourself if you forget that errand. -Woodrow Wilson
...it is as hard to do your duty when men are sneering at you as when they are shooting at you. ~Woodrow Wilson
Ginsburg opined (like mentor Woodrow Wilson), Democrats agreed, that non-white people inferior, incapable of securing ID.
12. But, Woodrow Wilson & the Yanks aside, it wasn't common during WWI to see it as war for democracy; it was a war for empir…
Woodrow Wilson wrote this letter to artist Howard Pyle in 1895
Debra Chasnoff, LVC's Woodrow Wilson visiting scholar, will speak tonight in Leedy Theater at 6.
On October 28th in history: In 1626 in the French Wars of Religion the siege of La Rochelle ended with the surrender of the Huguenots. In 1647 during the English Revolution the Putney Debates start between the radical Agitators representing the rank and file of the New Model Army and the leadership, known as the Grandees. In 1704 John Locke, English doctor and philosopher, died. In 1835 the United Tribes of New Zealand representing the the indigenous Maoris was established with the signature of the Declaration of Independence. In 1869 Dmitri Mendeleyev, Russian scientist, published his Periodic Table of Elements. In 1886 in New York Harbor US president Grover Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty. In 1918 in Prague the first Czechoslovak Republic declared independence from Austria-Hungary. In 1919 the US Congress passed the Volstead Act overriding the veto of US President Woodrow Wilson paving way for Prohibition the following year. In 1922 the Italian fascists under Benito Mussolini marched on Rome a ...
Pres. Woodrow Wilson was a conservative KKK member? Lol.
"Woodrow Wilson was the second U.S. President to be a KKK member." omg omg omg omg omg?
Fun fact: . Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States and leader of the "Progressive Movement" initiated...
Weird Wishes: President Woodrow Wilson left one--third of the income from his estate to his daughter for as long as she remained unmarried.
Also useful to add Woodrow Wilson & Margaret Sanger, both of whom believed in reducing the black population.
Does anyone remember that Woodrow Wilson, a Dem president made segregation an official policy/
Woodrow Wilson, Va. Alpha 1879, inaugurated as president of Princeton University 10/25/1902.
In 1920, Woodrow Wilson was America's 28th President, the Harlem Renaissance and Prohibition began, and women were allowed to vote.
Via - Woodrow Wilson was the first sitting US President to attend the (in 1915).
10/9/1915: Woodrow Wilson is the 1st president to attend to Game 2 Phillies - Red Sox.
In 1891 47 West Range was occupied by Woodrow Wilson who later became the 28th President of the U.S.
Woodrow Wilson is the only U.S. president to have ever obtained a doctorate degree.
"God knew better than I did." -Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States.
look I hate Woodrow Wilson as much as the next anti-imperialist, but not because he was too much like John Brown
It really is amazing. Goes from John Brown to Woodrow Wilson without missing a beat.
Cause clearly Woodrow Wilson and John Brown were the same
Actually, I think the Democrats already counted their votes along with John Lennon, JFK, Woodrow Wilson, et.al.
Woodrow Wilson played more golf than any president ever... I'll ski the most.
I went to a school named Woodrow Wilson for awhile and he was my fave president because of that but apush made me hate him
if you 2 can make 1 pun for each president from James A. Garfield to Woodrow Wilson in one debate round ill give you both $20
From a FB Friend: "Does history repeat itself? Great grandfather Herman Stock with whom I share a birth date died of the Spanish Flu in November 1918. FIFTY MILLION people died in the outbreak of this virus which, the government, initially denied and then covered up until the CIVILIAN coffins were piled on the street. Interesting? Sad and disturbing. Hope I'm not tagged to share a fate. Wilson, playing "national security" progressive politics with public health can bring outright disaster. When the United States entered World War I, Woodrow Wilson played the national-security card early and often. The war effort became an excuse for everything from jailing political opponents to spying on everyday Americans. But, when the president used a global war as an excuse to preempt sound public-health policy, he reaped a global catastrophe. In 1917, the war to end all wars was well under way. At Camp Funston within the boundaries of Fort Riley, Kansas, sergeants were turning recruits into doughboys. During their . ...
Woodrow Wilson stated that Jim Crow laws helped black citizens. This man was so racist yet Fake Liberals still love.
Woodrow Wilson preached Jim Crow laws "helped" black citizens as regressive as he was. AP is much the same.
Via GolfChannel. I'm impressed the racist Marxist *** Woodrow Wilson found the time
if we answer a question about Woodrow Wilson right, do we get 14 points?
Happy Birthday Steven! (Go Kings!!! :-D ) October 2: in 1470 a rebellion organised by Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick forces King Edward IV of England to flee to the Netherlands, restoring Henry VI to the throne; in 1535 Jacques Cartier discovers the area where Montreal is located; in 1780 British Army officer John André is hanged as a spy by American forces; in 1789 George Washington sends the proposed Constitutional amendments (The Bill of Rights) to the States for ratification; in 1889 in Colorado Nicholas Creede strikes it rich in silver during the last great silver boom of the American Old West; in 1919 President Woodrow Wilson suffers a massive stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed; in 1950 Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz is first published; in 1959 The Twilight Zone premieres on CBS television; in 1967 Thurgood Marshall is sworn in as the first African-American justice of United States Supreme Court; in 2006 five school girls are murdered by Charles Carl Roberts in a shooting at an Amish scho ...
My home district went on strike today and Ive been thinking about how to say what I want to say. As I thought back on my academic career in WPS, my mind didn't go to the old, run down buildings, the lack of resources that other districts receive, or the (sometimes true) rumors about the city and its inhabitants. Instead, my memories of WPS went straight to the teachers. To Pat Cosgrove, who spent countless days after school dragging my utterly confused brain through AP calculus and wouldn't let me leave until he was sure I really understood. To Michelle Jaronik, who always made me feel special and taught me to take pride in my achievements. To Eva Ledet, who was my greatest protector during my shy, awkward, terrible 3 years of middle school. To Albert Nelson, Paul Friedrich and Michael Berrie who went to great lengths in their attempt to teach me history (although I'm still not sure the difference between Woodrow Wilson and Winston Churchill). And then to my mom, Kathy Fitzgerald Szempruch, and all ...
For our Alexandria area friends... We are in need of volunteers for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon Expo...
from a garage geek to visionary billionaire on a par with bigots Woodrow Wilson Margaret Sanger and Carl Sandberg
BTW, since the World Zionist Organization's (WZO) interests and objectives were served ultimately by the sinking of the Lusitania on May 7, 1915, British actions and declarations before and after this incident, warrant some study and scrutiny. After the sinking, the British felt that the Americans had to declare war on Germany. However, US President Woodrow Wilson refused to act. During the weeks after the sinking, the issue was hotly debated within the US government, and correspondence was exchanged between the US and German governments. German Foreign Minister Von Jagow continued to argue that Lusitania was a legitimate military target, because she was listed as an armed merchant cruiser, she was using neutral flags and she had been ordered to ram submarines – in blatant contravention of the Cruiser Rules. He further argued that Lusitania had on previous voyages carried munitions and Allied troops. Wilson continued to insist that the German government must apologise for the sinking ...
ANSWER TO TODAY'S TRIVIA QUESTION-Thomas Augustus Watson was an assistant to Alexander Graham Bell, notably in the invention of the telephone in 1876. He is best known because his name was one of the first words spoken over the telephone. "Mr. Watson - Come here - I want to see you." were the first words Bell said using the new invention, according to Bell's laboratory notebook. On January 25, 1915, Watson was at 333 Grant Avenue in San Francisco to receive the first transcontinental telephone call, placed by Bell from the Telephone Building at 15 Dey Street in New York City. President Woodrow Wilson and the mayors of both cities were also involved in the call.
Liberty has never come from government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of government. . – Woodrow Wilson
Ripley boys soccer taking on Woodrow Wilson here in Death Valley.
Anna Jarvis AN AMAZING FACT: Anna Jarvis deeply loved her mother. Following her mother’s death in 1905, Anna campaigned for years to have a national day dedicated to appreciating mothers. She thought it should be a time for sons and daughters to visit their mothers or write letters expressing their love. Finally, in 1914, Woodrow Wilson signed it into national observance, declaring the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day. Strangely, years after she struggled to establish Mother’s Day, Anna Jarvis then fought to abolish it. Jarvis had soured because of the way she felt commercial interests had eclipsed the real meaning of the day. She wanted Mother’s Day “to be a day of sentiment, not profit.” Beginning around 1920, she urged people to stop buying flowers and other gifts for their mothers. She referred to the florists, greeting card manufacturers, and candy makers as “charlatans, bandits, pirates, racketeers, kidnappers and termites that would undermine with their greed one of the finest, n ...
Southern Report: Week 6 - Woodrow Wilson faces Cabell Midland, Scott is at Westside and Valley is ...
Oct. 2, 1919 - U.S. President Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke that left him partially paralyzed.
"The ear of the leader must ring with the voices of the people.". — Woodrow Wilson
yeah there was no Cauley. Woodrow Wilson is that man, President during WW1.
The Woodrow Wilson football team is gearing up for their toughest test of the 2014 season, as Cabell Midland pays a visit to the Flying Eagles Friday night, and the home team won't be entering the big-time showdown scared of the state's top-ranked team.
DE$TiNY: No man can tell whether he is rich or poor by turning to his ledger. It is the heart that makes a man rich. He is rich according to what he is, not according to what he has. Live so that ur friends can defend you bt never have too so. Consider what Woodrow Wilson said: if you think about what you ought to do for people, ur character will take care of itself. Excellence in character is shown by doing unwitnessed what qwerty would be doing with the whole world watching. To God Be The Glory. The Future is Bright.
This week marks the 3 year anniversary of the dedication of the recreated Woodrow Wilson Monument in Prague, CZ! Almost 70 years after the monument’s tragic destruction by Nazi forces, the Albin Polasek Museum and the American Friends of the Czech Republic oversaw the recreation of this inspiring monument. President Wilson once again proudly stands at the Wilson Station, representing Polasek’s love of both countries and the connection between the two nations. Join a docent tour of Albin Polasek’s Historic Home to see the bust made from the original plaster and hear the exciting history of this piece!
Come support our Varsity football team at Franklin Stadium - 7:00 PM. The Bulldogs take on Woodrow Wilson High School.
Dec 23 1913- The Federal Reserve Act is signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson, creating the Federal Reserve System
because Woodrow Wilson didnt want to look bad to the rest of the world in the midst of war
To paraphrase Woodrow Wilson: Parliamentary government is committee government. Parliament in session is...
Woodrow Wilson's comment after signing off on Federal Reserve Act of 1913. "I have ruined my country."
So great to be back w/ the students of Woodrow Wilson MS! It was great to see what our youth are doing!
Frank DeVar talking to the Woodrow Wilson HS cross country team
"No more gravel, more Old Town." Race the new Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon course Sunday ..
Woodrow Wilson Elementary will train in and implement school-wide looking forward to beginning the journey with you in November!
“The American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation.” Woodrow Wilson
David Rejeski-Woodrow Wilson Int'l Center for Scholars: "We have a deficit of futurists, not a deficit of innovation"
"One cool judgment is worth a thousand hasty counsels. The thing to do is to supply light and not heat." ~ Woodrow Wilson
On this day in 1919 Woodrow Wilson suffered divine retribution in the form of a massive stroke for destroying the German & Austrian empires.
1919: U.S. - President Woodrow Wilson suffered a massive stroke at the White House that left him paralyzed on his left side.
"Leadership does not always wear the harness of compromise." - Woodrow Wilson
Today in 1919: President Woodrow Wilson suffers a stroke. Portraits of Wilson from collections:
Never attempt to murder a man who is committing suicide. - Woodrow Wilson
We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. Woodrow T. Wilson
On this date in 1919, President Woodrow Wilson's wife Edith began screening his paperwork and limited access to the chie…
Get active this weekend! The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon + 6K is Sunday ..
The history of liberty is a history of limitations of governmental power, not the increase of it. . -Woodrow Wilson-
On this day in 1919, Pres. Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke, making his wife the nation's "shadow president."
1914: Babe Ruth was a rookie, Wrigley Field opened, Woodrow Wilson was president and the Braves won their 1st World Series…
Women celebrating voting rights law passed by senate and signed by President Woodrow Wilson today in 1918
Woodrow Wilson was the first American president to visit Europe & he did it LESS THAN 100 YEARS AGO.
Woodrow Wilson after signing the Federal Reserve Act of 1913
Woodrow Wilson 28th POTUS. Only 20th Century President who came from family of slave holders.
For those who study for a test on Chapters 1-4, here is a list of specific suggestions. On years and other dates. In general, students are expected to know the dates of the First and Second World Wars, the Cold War years, the foundation of the UN, a "ballpark" range for the League of Nations (1920-1930s), and the years of the fall of the Soviet Union. Specifically, in relation to chapters 1-4, the students should know the years of the Marshall Plan (Ch 3), the foundation of NATO (Ch 2), the Cuban Missile Crisis (Ch 4), and the Maastricht Treaty (Ch 3). Names. Do you have to know the names of presidents, emperors, prime-ministers from the text? As a rule, if a name appears in the book, you have to be able to identify him or her after reading the materials. At the very least you have to identify these politicians and their key foreign-policy actions discussed in chapters 1-4: Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Nikita Khrushchev, Adolf Hitle ...
On this day in 1914, the Federal Trade Commission was signed into law by Woodrow Wilson...
On this day 9/26/1914, Woodrow Wilson signed legislation creating the Federal Trade Commission empowered to curb unfair trade practices.
1919-Woodrow Wilson suffers a stroke after a speech. For 2 months he lingered paralyzed while the Nation was run by first lady Edith Wilson.
today's history lesson: Subverting the Truth: April 13, 1917. Woodrow Wilson, the 28th U.S. president & George Creel, created the CPI.
In 1913 President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Federal Reserve Act and the 16th Amendment to the USC and later recanted
Now, to deal with the question at the end of the Identity pt11 post, which asks: "If the original Jews were Black, where did white "Jews" come from?" We can pretty much answer that question by showing this partial transcript from a speech given before a "patriotic" audience in 1961 at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., on behalf of Conde McGinley's patriotic newspaper of that time, Common Sense. The speaker, Benjamin Freedman (1890 – May 1984), was an American businessman and anti-Zionist activist, accused of anti-semitism by ideological opponents. He converted from Judaism to Roman Catholicism. (Wikipedia) Mr. Freedman had been an insider at the highest levels of "Jewish" organizations and "Jewish" machinations to gain power over our nation. Mr. Freedman was personally acquainted with Bernard Baruch, Samuel Untermyer, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Joseph Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy, and many more movers and shakers of our times. He explains in his speech: "The eastern European Jews, who form ...
THIS JUST IN: What did Woodrow Wilson, Harry S. Truman and William McKinley have in common? These were Presidents...
Harry S Truman,Warren G Harding . Woodrow Wilson and William McKinley were apart of the KKK. The Democratic Party was also founded on the KKK
But seriously, why is Woodrow Wilson's racism seemingly the only thing about him Glen Beck and his fans don't hate?
Fact: The Birth of a Nation (1915) was the first film to be shown in the White House. It was shown when Woodrow Wilson was President.
If you want to make enemies, try to change something. Woodrow Wilson, US President, 1856-1924
Michelle Morris 11s. Woodrow Wilson. A flop president for the ages.
...President Obama is more like Woodrow Wilson then any other President
I would vote for President DOJ & as Vice President. Let's undo the Woodrow Wilson effect
History is about to repeat itself. The next "Great War" could be at hand, and we have Woodrow Wilson as President.
Woodrow Wilson - the 1st southerner elected president since 1848 - was racist right down to the marrow. >
Janet Napolitano explains the worst part of politics, and why she's reading about Woodrow Wilson
The Woodrow Wilson center is in the Ronald Reagan building. Okay
Rosenberg Rivers: Terrorist Converted Inheritence 9/11? Part 3 Updated Sep. 15, 2014 Vicky Lynn Stroh d. suddenly Feb. 19, 2014, in Langhorne. She was 54. born Sept. 5, 1959, in Trenton, N.J., to Sidney and Melrose Forrester. 1977 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, resident of Lower Bucks County. wife of Joshua F. Stroh for 11 years, Vicky was the loving mother of John E. Weiser III (Heather), Jessica M. Weiser (Abraham) and Mark J. Weiser (Melissa). grandmother of Angel and Rosa Antonio and Riley Weiser. A third granddaughter is due in March. She was the sister of Gary Forrester (Connie) and Sandra Forrester. She also will be sadly missed by her former husband, John E. Weiser Jr.; many nieces and nephews, and her dog, Oscar. James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Isabelle M. (Strohm) Barnes d. April 23, 2008, age 94 of Drexel Hill, PA. wife of the late Francis J. Barnes, Sr. Loving mother of Isabella (Richard) Donnelly and Frank (Helen) Barnes. Dear sister of Walter Strohm; 11 grandchildren, 20 gr ...
of our newer (and some of the older) Libertarian minded folks need to self-correct Submitted by Willin Miami on Sun, 09/14/2014 - 12:25 There seem to be many in the Libertarian "movement" that simply do not know the truth about American history (or world history for that matter) and the founding of our nation/government. Although we all know that the truth is not taught in public school, there is no reason, with the wealth of resources available online, that everyone cannot spend some time getting the mush out of their head and learning a bit of truth. If you do not know at least some of the true history, you cannot understand the problems and/or the solutions. A couple of good sources for (sites and authors) some true history and commentary are as follows: E Woods Thomas DiLorenzo What promoted me to write this post is a conversation going in another post from today. In this conversation, I see people speaking well of the Federalists and the Constitution in general. If you know the TRUE history, you woul ...
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Says Woodrow Wilson who started Segregation via Progressive Racism within the U.S
Just listened to a fascinating interview with the author of a biography of Woodrow Wilson and his struggle against war on
QUOTE OF THE DAY. "I would rather lose in a cause that will someday win, than win in a cause that will someday lose.". -Woodrow Wilson
If a dog will not come to you having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience. — Woodrow Wilson
Men are 3.8x more likely to vote for Woodrow Wilson on The Most Influential Politicians in American History
Woodrow Wilson was president of the United States when our Grandma Sue arrived from Italy. Think we know what we're doing?
Great Morning! It's awfully quiet on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge this morning!
All the extraordinary men I have ever known were chiefly extraordinary in their own estimations. Woodrow Wilson
What do Woodrow Wilson, Robert Byrd, & John Keynes have in common? They all agree w/ Margaret Sanger &
'A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday does not know what it is today nor what it is trying to do' - Woodrow Wilson
too bad he's only interested in Alicia from Woodrow Wilson 😒
What's going on DC? ACM presents: Revisiting Our Black Mosaic Symposium, hosted by the Woodrow Wilson Center
Well, it was a time of dangerous Presidents, like Woodrow Wilson.
a precursor to the disaster of Woodrow Wilson's presidency.
'Woodrow Wilson was the hottest president' a statement i have once uttered
Woodrow Wilson describes to a T, got the whole world burning.
With that being said, my 9/15 visits include Woodrow Wilson HS and Hope to see y'all there!
"You are not here merely to make a living. ...You are here to enrich the world.". –Woodrow Wilson
“I would rather belong to a poor nation that was free than to a rich nation that had ceased to be in love with liberty.” – Woodrow Wilson
Tuesday: Smith vs. Woodrow Wilson @ Smith at 7 . Friday: Smith vs. Creekview @ Creekview at 6. . Now you know. 😊
Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together. – Woodrow T. Wilson
SJ Football: Bishop Eustace and Woodrow Wilson locked in a defensive battle. Knotted 0-0 with 8:48 to go in the second quarter.
it was great to hear this piece on Woodrow Wilson. Apparently a very underrated president. We love you Terry Gross
Shout out to Ben Wasser: Star Spangled Banner + Johns Hopkins: Woodrow Wilson, then a founding member of the Johns Hopkins Glee Club sang a popular tune about the assault on the local Ft. McHenry during the battle of baltimore. In 1916 Woodrow Wilson, now president of these United States, passed an order to play the tune at all military and patriotic events. If it wasn't for college acapella at JHU, who knows what university of maryland football uniforms would look like.
9/11: The Mother of Big (They're an They date from the republic's inception. Notable ones began in the mid-19th century. They facilitated annexing Texas. Half of Mexico followed. America became Cuba's colonial power. Controlling the Philippines, Guam, Samoa, Hawaii, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and other territories followed. In 1917, Woodrow Wilson manipulated public sentiment. He did so with Big Lies. They turned most Americans into raging German haters. Big Lies work this way. Wilson got the war he wanted. FDR manipulated Japan to attack Pearl Harbor. Doing so let him wage war. He had to convince Congress and a pacifist public to go along. What better way than by manufacturing terror. Washington and Seoul conspired against Pyongyang. Numerous 1949/1950 cross-border incursions provoked its June response. Truman got the war he wanted. War against North Vietnam followed the fake August 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident. Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. Doing so authorize ...
After setting a new school record of six rushing touchdowns in a game against rival Greenbrier East, Woodrow Wilson quarterback Brent Osborne was an easy pick for this week's C. Adam Toney Athlete of the Week. Take a look at the story!!
I blame Woodrow Wilson. Also what a Bloombergian hed | Milk Costs Most Ever to Signal Higher Prices for Pizza
"Woodrow Wilson is the most educated president we've ever had." -
Woodrow Wilson in everything...true. The first anti-American president. But not the last.
Former President Woodrow Wilson is not a scholar and has been dead 90 years:
“I am sorry for those that disagree with me because I know that they are wrong.”. — Woodrow Wilson (president)
takes 3rd set in tiebreak, leads Djokovic 2-1' first Japanese player in semi finals since Woodrow Wilson was president
Woodrow Wilson haunted the Pulitzer Prize winning author who will discuss the former president's life Sunday.
Woodrow Wilson leading Greenbrier East 28-0 in the 3rd Qtr Share Scores!
If you could have dinner with any political figure, dead... — Former President Woodrow Wilson. That was a joke btw
m!a Nanami is the former President Woodrow Wilson for 30 minutes — why even
Woodrow Wilson leading Greenbrier East 9-0 in the 1st Qtr Share Scores!
A humid but beautiful night for the between Greenbrier East & Woodrow Wilson
The game of the week is in Fairlea for Woodrow Wilson @ Greenbrier East. Ron and I on the call. Watch Saturday at 8pm on ch 2.
It's official! Woodrow Wilson @ Greenbrier East is our Game of the Week! Catch and live from the field @ 6 tomrw!
It's decided then. Willy Wonka, Woodrow Wilson or Walter White with the Anjuna sign is going on the *** next June
he will go down as the worst president since Woodrow Wilson!
Woodrow Wilson was the best president ever He would lower taxes and keep the world safe from diarrhea
Roberts just fell asleep while you were typing that. ;) Also, I'm not sure he's lived in KS since Woodrow Wilson was President :)
Woodrow Wilson would not allow Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan warn Americans not to travel aboard British ships
“W.W. Who do you figure that is? Woodrow Wilson? Willy Wonka?” We all thought Walter White but really.WES WELKER! http:/…
Sep 3, 1919: President (& Woodrow Wilson started a tour to promote American support for League of Nations
"Woodrow Wilson was the president of. uh... America."
Ben Stein: Has there been any President since Woodrow Wilson who has explicitly set out to stir up race hatred?
Woodrow Wilson announces he will run for a second term as President of the United States.
“Absolute identity with one's cause is the first and great condition of successful leadership.” Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of US.
Woodrow Wilson was President of Princeton. So at least he had real management experience. Besides, that was over 100 years ago!
Woodrow Wilson was the first president since Jefferson to deliver the State of the Union address in person.
Happy 86th Birthday WWW. Designed by noted Dallas architect Mark Lemmon, the school opened in 1928 and was constructed in the Elizabethan style. At the cornerstone-laying ceremony in April 1927, a piece of the wedding cake of Woodrow Wilson's second daughter, Jessie, was included in the cornerstone "in memory of President Woodrow Wilson." At $700,000, the school's cost exceeded that of the district's previous four high schools by at least $100,000. The ornamental lighting was made by Potter Art Metal Studios of Dallas; a 90 year company still in existence. Special features of the building included a gymnasium boasting "one entire wall of glass windows" and an auditorium that was to be the "best equipped and best lighted" in the district, with footlights and a separately ventilated orchestra pit. A theater organ was later placed in the pit and pipes put in special lofts on the third level. Also on the third floor was 'the largest eating place in Dallas', the school cafeteria; in previous Dallas high sc ...
Read up on your Western killers. Winston Churchhill, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Tony Blair, Georgr W Bush.
Woodrow Wilson: Zombie Hunter. He sent Marines to Haiti to save us all from the legions of the undead.
Rock Creek Park Fun Fact: Presidents, including Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, exercised and picnicked in the park.
“"There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed." -Woodrow T. Wilson”
"You are here to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision and with finer spirit of hope and achievement…
We should not only use all the brains we have, but all that we can borrow. - Woodrow Wilson -
94 years ago today, after decades of tireless advocacy, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the 19th...
"War isnt declared in the name of God; it is a human affair entirely."~Woodrow Wilson
will they teach he was the worst President since Woodrow Wilson ?
.Yeah!! Sorry, not Harvard. I'm surprised that its Indiana U. WOW!! Woodrow Wilson did this. Hitler. Not so paranoid sounding?
Woodrow Wilson opposed federal anti-lynching law. So give progressives credit for being consistent in their bloodlust for Of…
Re Obama/golf flap: Woodrow Wilson played golf daily during WWI, no matter how bad the news. It reassured the nation.
The new Woodrow Wilson High School jerseys are FILTHY
I wanna walk the Woodrow Wilson bridge from the harbor to Virginia
Tune into KPOO 89.5FM tonight at 6:30pm! I'm going to talk up the Woodrow Wilson reunion an give away a pair of...
I live in New Jersey where the Progressives are slightly behind California - Remember where Woodrow Wilson came from
Who ordered segregation in the civil service and military? Why President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. Yes, he was a democrat too.
- walking on the Woodrow Wilson bridge
R history & historical writings prove it & that's why is on a warpath 2rewrite history since Woodrow Wilson started
I think every Mormon American has mixed up Wilford Woodruff and Woodrow Wilson at least one time in their life.
100 Years ago Woodrow Wilson showed America how presidents could really suck it up. Today "president haten'" is a... ht…
I would rather fail in a cause that will ultimately triumph than to triumph in a cause that will ultimately fail.~Woodrow…
'Peace of mind: The contentment of the man who is too busy to worry by day, and...' - Woodrow Wilson
As naive as... John Adams, JFK, George Marshall, Woodrow Wilson, Adenauer, Keynes?? Keep on keeping on John!
The psychology of Woodrow Wilson at war, J. P. Morgan's role, and more from Adam Tooze
WELL WORTH READING: ECONOMY Salon.com / By Bill Curry Former Bill Clinton Aide: The Democratic Party Lost Its Way Chasing After Wall St. Cash "My party has lost its way." 1. In 2006 the Atlantic magazine asked a panel of “eminent historians” to name the 100 most influential people in American history. Included alongside George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Mark Twain and Elvis Presley was Ralph Nader, one of only three living Americans to make the list. It was airy company for Nader, but if you think about it, an easy call. Though a private citizen, Nader shepherded more bills through Congress than all but a handful of American presidents. If that sounds like an outsize claim, try refuting it. His signature wins included landmark laws on auto, food, consumer product and workplace safety; clean air and water; freedom of information, and consumer, citizen, worker and shareholder rights. In a century only Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson passed more major legislation. Nader’s also the . ...
JEWS JOIN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1880: Rothschild agents begin fomulating a series of programs predominantly in Russia, but also in Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. These programs resulted in the slaughter of thousands of innocent Jews, causing approximately 2 million to flee, mainly to New York, but also to Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston and Los Angeles. The reason these programs were initiated, was to create a large Jewish base in America, who when they arrived, would be educated to register as Democrat voters. Some twenty years later, this would result in in a massive Democratic power base in the United States and be used to elect Rothschild front men such as Woodrow Wilson, to the Presidency, to carry out the bidding of the Rothschild's. “The History Of The House Of Rothschild”- By Andrew Hitchcock here..
The Woodrow Wilson football team is looking to rebound from a disappointing 2013 season but will have to do so without some fixtures in the lineup of years past.
My second house at Historic Columbia The Woodrow Wilson home, a very educational, I learned many things I did not...
Obama has the worst traits of Woodrow Wilson, Joe McCarthy, Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon. Wow, no wonder it's all messed up
Woodrow Wilson is a proclaimed master "progressive" to this day. He thought non-white humans and women inferior and needing special help.
Woodrow Wilson thought non-white human beings inferior and brought Jim Crow laws into federal positions. Such is not "progressive" at all.
Woodrow Wilson was regressive, racist, sexist, the opposite of liberal. It is no wonder Woodrow Wilson is a Fake Liberal "progressive" icon.
.He thinks racists A. Jackson & Woodrow Wilson would hang w/ a black guy, so he's pretty dense.
Apparently Thomas Jefferson & every President after sent written messages to Congress until Woodrow Wilson revived the visit.
I'm sorry, heirs of America's worst President Woodrow Wilson, but it's not our job to save the world
No, BHO is the worst. Jimmy Carter is second worst. FDR and Woodrow Wilson are 3rd and 4th!
Neoconservatism and progressivism share a lot in common. Especially when looking at issues impacted by Woodrow Wilson.
My answer to Daily's trivia question: Woodrow Wilson
director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars until Reagan appointed him
This is the actual only reason I remember Woodrow Wilson.
You missed Woodrow Wilson. I am so disappointed.
"The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it". - Woodrow Wilson.
"A conservative is a man who sits and thinks. Mostly sits." ~Woodrow Wilson
I just walked the whole Woodrow Wilson bridge 😁😁💪💪
“The only place in the world that nothing has to be explained to me is the South.”–Woodrow Wilson
A conservative is someone who makes no changes and consults his grandmother when in doubt. Woodrow Wilson
1909, Woodrow Wilson, then president of Princeton University, delivered an address to the New York City High School Teachers Association.
We elected Woodrow Wilson to make our country great!. Harriet Quimby flew the English Channel that we celebrate
I dread this quiz... Having a PhD from Johns Hopkins makes me a lot like Woodrow Wilson. Possibly my least favorite president.
It has come to my attention that we now know who the real perpetrators are of the Veterans are just so much Cannon Fodder Ideology. Below is a listing of all the 20th century's Presidents. In a recent vote The GOP refuse to want to fund the VA system. There is a 5-5 ratio for the wars or conflicts we have been involved in. but WW1 and WW2 were no brainers and had to be waged. So that brings us to 5(GOP) to 3 (DNC). The number preceding the name is the number of their presidency. 26. Theodore Roosevelt, 1901-1909 27. William Howard Taft, Republican 1909-1913 Border War(1910–1919) 28. Woodrow Wilson,Democratic 1913-1921 World War I(1917–1918) 29. Warren G. Harding, 1921-1923 30. Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1929 31. Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 1933-1945 World War II(1941–1945) 33. Harry S. Truman, Democratic 1945-1953 Korean War(1950–1953) 34. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican 1953-1961 Second Indochina War(1953–1975) 35. John F. Kennedy, 1961-1963 36. Lyndon Baines J .. ...
Woodrow Wilson voted against the Homestead Act only to have Congress override his vote. Congress has the power.
Why is it that when you know something for a fact and then you want to google for facts and sources, all you get are main stream media lies?? I just heard Charles Krauthammer speak on the UN arming two schools within the Gaza. They armed them and Hamas used them. It's no secret that they UN has come under Muslim control as of late. If not full control then direct influence by the Islamist's. The world doesn't stand a chance if we continue to allow our country to take part in this organization. Our ancestors had it right when they voted down the League of Nations in 1919 under Woodrow Wilson. We truly need to start campaigning to pull our country OUT of the UN. Most of our military actions have not been UN approved. So why do we stay a part? Humanitarian aid? We give more aid to other countries than any other country in the world. Protection? Don't need it. The UN spends money supporting policies that many in our country don't approve of morally. They disarm every country they go into. We can't say they of ...
Woodrow Wilson, 28th US President & founder of the League of Nations, attended UVA in 1879
I feel no "shame" for such a "critter" I do feel PITY, and Contempt! "War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." John Stuart English economist & philosopher (1806 - 1873) I am not responsible for the faults, crimes, nor sins of Ioseph Stalin, Woodrow Wilson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, Robespierre, "Bull" Connor, Vladimir Lenin, or Vladimir Tepes! Merely because of the color of my skin. Nor are the accomplishments of Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, Daniel Webster, Albert Einstein, Florence Nightingale, or Dame Margret Thatcher uniquely my inheritance because of my racial background. My "Band of Brothers" with w ...
Once again we can thank Woodrow Wilson for the creation of the League of Nations. Wilson's legacy is by far the worst in history
In real history, Woodrow Wilson was a bum. Calvin Coolidge was a Hero. Who would even know by the standards of our Histor…
Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter liked them? That might be the most damning thing I’ve read!
Quote from Woodrow Wilson after signing the Federal Reserve Act
if you want to know my favorite president is Woodrow Wilson
Gotta say Happy Birthday to the great Woody Guthrir today - he knew a thing or two about good songs- this is from the fabulous WRITER'S ALMANAC: Today is the birthday of Woodrow Wilson — aka "Woody" — Guthrie, born in Okemah, Oklahoma (1912). Woody Guthrie never finished high school, but he spent his spare time reading books at the local public library. He took occasional jobs as a sign painter and started playing music on a guitar he found in the street. During the Dust Bowl in the mid-1930s, Guthrie followed workers who were moving to California. They taught him traditional folk and blues songs, and Guthrie went on to write thousands of his own, including "This Train Is Bound for Glory." In 1940, he wrote the folk classic "This Land Is Your Land" because he was growing sick of Irving Berlin's "God Bless America." Woody Guthrie once said: "I hate a song that makes you think that you're not any good. [...] Songs that run you down or songs that poke fun at you on account of your bad luck or your hard t ...
Just like President Woodrow Wilson warn'd of.. in so many words. Some say Progressive, Illuminati, Supremacists, Kabbalists,..
worst President in history except for Woodrow Wilson in causing biggest damage to the USA.
True of Not True: President Woodrow Wilson said he was so sorry he signed away the rights of the American people to the Central Banks.
in 1920, US President Woodrow Wilson officially opens the Panama Canal
Hey you know who was a good President? Woodrow Wilson. Created the League of Nations!
Currently visiting my mom, who was born when Woodrow Wilson was president.
100 years ago Woodrow Wilson was president and the author of our present state of affairs.
from the most progressive president since Woodrow Wilson
The Pittock Mansion going strong at 100: PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — Woodrow Wilson was president. Babe Ruth was...
Barack Hussein makes Woodrow Wilson look like Ronald Reagan...he is without a doubt the WORST president in American history
I got that nickname from high school history class (there was a US president called Woodrow Wilson)
The $100,000 bill was a Gold certificate with Woodrow Wilson as the face. When was it first printed?
Woodrow Wilson's Only Good Choice in WWI Was to Avoid It Altogether John Milton Cooper, Jr. has enorm…
Juli thinks Woodrow Wilson looks hot on the 100,000 dollar bill
Woodrow Wilson's first name was Thomas. Woodrow was actually his middle name.
I think from now on I'm going to use the term "Progressive" instead of "Liberal". The Progressive movement actually started with another autocratic Democrat president, Woodrow Wilson, much in the model of our dear leader today. The Progressive movement at the early part of the 20th century began with Wilson's open admiration for Germany's Bismarck. These Progressives believed strongly in the rule of a strong, unifying leader, and "disinterested experts", who would use the state to mold social institutions in the interests of the collective - that would be us. Like Obama, they believed in a "living constitution", and thought that our founding document of laws and limitations on governmental power, as well as individualism were both outmoded. Sound familiar? It is Progressivism that promotes speech codes on university campuses, forces the resignation of a CEO who opposes *** marriage, believes conservatives should be fired by newspapers or radio stations for "speech violations". Traditional Liberalism used ...
thanks to Woodrow Wilson. Roots go back to Crimean War & waning power of Ottoman Turk
“The First World War is the turning point of the 20th century. Had the war not occurred, the Prussian Hohenzollerns would most probably have remained heads of Germany, with their panoply of subordinate kings and nobility in charge of the lesser German states. Whatever gains Hitler might have scored in the Reichstag elections, could he have erected his totalitarian, exterminationist dictatorship in the midst of this powerful aristocratic superstructure? Highly unlikely. In Russia, Lenin's few thousand Communist revolutionaries confronted the immense Imperial Russian Army, the largest in the world. For Lenin to have any chance to succeed, that great army had first to be pulverized, which is what the Germans did. So, a 20th century without the Great War might well have meant a century without Nazis or Communists. Imagine that. It was also a turning point in the history of our American nation, which under the leadership of Woodrow Wilson developed into something radically different from what it had been bef ...
Amen Chris, got us condemned to 4 more of OB and will get us 8 yrs of Hillary. It took us since Woodrow Wilson to get here.
10 Presidents and their Sec. of State: 5. Woodrow Wilson and William Jennings Bryan
Woodrow Wilson by another name would be " BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA!"
Obama has striven 2 B the most divisive, abusive, subversive enemy of America this country has seen since Woodrow Wilson. Congratulations!
Useless Knowledge, yet I found it interesting, because I’m BORED: (Please feel free to correct if you find anything to dispute. You can’t always trust what you read on the intranet.) The only President to have never married, who was a lifelong Bachelor, was James Buchanan. According to historians, although never formally engaged, he chose a life of bachelorhood due to the suicide of the only woman he ever loved, (Interesting at the least,) and it is believed that he suffered from guilt, and therefore never married another. Four Presidents entered the White House widowers: Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, and Chester Alan Arthur. They each remained unmarried throughout their terms. Grover Cleveland was a bachelor when he took office, but married during his Presidency. Presidents whose wives died while in office: John Tyler, Woodrow Wilson and Benjamin Harrison. Each never married again. Presidents who married their cousins: Franklin Delano Roosevelt married his 5th cou ...
Meanwhile, Andrew Jackson is still on the $20 bill and Woodrow Wilson has thousands of buildings and bridges named after hi…
ya know that cartoon looks like Woodrow Wilson . top 5 worst president s but not in same stratosphere as
Letitia died, making Tyler the first President to become a widower while in office, (later Benjamin Harrison and Woodrow Wilson also (8/22)
Woodrow Wilson was the only American president to have a Ph.D. Who knew?
LOL!! Looks like Woodrow Wilson was the only US President with a doctorate: PhD in History & PoliSci.
10) Fourteen Points: the principle making up President Woodrow Wilson's plan for world peace following WWI.
TIL Woodrow Wilson is the only US president to have called on the editor of the Guardian in his office.
O did more than any other president besides Woodrow Wilson and FDR to drive us further down the communist road.
Woodrow Wilson's Thomas Marshall considered himself more the of the than VP.
Worst President in US History:. 4) Jimmy Carter . 3) Lyndon Johnson . 2) Woodrow Wilson . and the winner is. Barack Hussein Obama!.
Woodrow Wilson's 14 points was about peace after WW1!!! Lbj was a big democrat!! Obama was the first black president!!
84...too monarchial he said. Woodrow Wilson, the 28th broke that law & every President after him has done the report in person..well..
“Government ought to be all outside and no inside” - Woodrow Wilson, U.S. President, 1912
From The American Minute by Bill Federer The first formal "Father's Day" was celebrated JUNE 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Louise Smart Dodd heard a church sermon on the newly established Mother's Day and wanted to honor her father, Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart, who had raised six children by himself after his wife died in childbirth. Sonora Louise Smart Dodd drew up a petition supported by the Young Men's Christian Association and the ministers of Spokane to celebrate Fathers' Day. In 1916, Woodrow Wilson sent a telegraph in support of the Spokane Fathers' Day service. On Tuesday, December 6, 1904, in his Fourth Annual Message to Congress, President Theodore Roosevelt stated: "No Christian and civilized community can afford to show a happy-go-lucky lack of concern for the youth of to-day; for, if so, the community will have to pay a terrible penalty of financial burden and social degradation in the to-morrow. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner; the prime dut ...
The leaders of Pressburg declare the town a free town and rename it Wilsonovo mesto (Wilson City) after US-President Woodrow Wilson.
Would you agree the biggest conspiracy today would be the whole world bank situation and the Federal Reserve Fund? Jesse Ventura: "I do because it goes completely against our constitution. The constitution of the United States clearly states that there shall be no central bank. But that scoundrel Woodrow Wilson found a way with the bankers to loophole the constitution. They created the Federal Reserve and that’s truly who runs the country, because if you go by what Deep Throat said in Watergate: “Follow the money.” And the Federal Reserve prints the money, so they’re the boss. If you make the money – you’re the boss. Politicians are nothing but puppets, it’s the Federal Reserve that runs the United States of America – not your government." Woodrow Wilson signed the 1913 Federal Reserve Act. A few years later he wrote: “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated ...
2day 1916: POTUS Woodrow Wilson establishes Flag Day as an annual national celebration.
are limited: "Sometimes I wish I could him President and Congress too.". Woodrow Wilson would write of his duties, “… I am staggering (3/31)
.amazing coming from Woodrow Wilson the President who made us all debt slaves, The Federal Reserve.
Hailey- "do y'all know which president started Father's Day?" Shannon- "Woodrow Wilson" 😂😂😂
On June 11, 1903-111 years ago today-Dr. Woodrow Wilson (left), president of Princeton University, wrote a letter to Harry A. Garfield (right), eldest son of President and Mrs. James A. Garfield. Wilson wrote: "By resignation of Professor [John Huston] Finley...our chair of politics has become vacant, and I am today taking the liberty of writing to you to ask if you would be willing to consider at all to fill it? It is, I believe, the only chair of Politics in the country...The salary of the chair is $4,000. This, as you know, is large as college salaries go, but by every other standard, small..." Harry Garfield accept Wilson's offer and was chair and professor of politics at Princeton from 1903-1908. While at Princeton, he became friendly with Woodrow Wilson, who left the university when he was elected Governor of New Jersey in 1910. Wilson was elected President of the United States in 1912; in 1917, he tapped Harry Garfield to head the Federal Fuel Administration during World War I. Harry Garfield ...
Why is our education system collapsing? No surprise, Woodrow Wilson is involved… – Glenn Beck via
Our grandma Barnes passed away early this morning. She was 96 years young, and loved her family very much. She also loved the life on the farm, and her garden raised the best strawberries ever! We were very blessed to have her in our lives, and her spirit carries on. Grandma was born in 1918, and here are a few facts about that year; Woodrow Wilson was president, average cost of a new home was $4,800.00, price of gas was 8 cents a gallon, daylight savings time began, Red Sox defeated the Cubs four games to two in the World Series, and World War 1 ended in November of that year. Famous people who were born the same year as grandma included, Billy Graham, Howard Cosell, Art Carney, and Nelson Mandela.
What is the Council of Foreign Relations? In 1917, near the end of the first World War, Colonel Edward Mandell House advised President Woodrow Wilson to start an inquiry into how to keep peace after the war. Woodrow Wilson called the group "The Inquiry," and from the meetings of these 100 men, they devised a plan to eliminate economic barriers between nations and to form a general association of all nations. 1917 1+9=10+1=11+7=18 1+-8=9 the number game is a joke lol.
If you really want to know how the United States started to develop a monolithic government you should look from the beginning of this nation. When the Constitutional Convention was taking place there were the federalists and the anti-federalists. They debated back and forth on what nation they would set up. The anti-federalists like Patrick Henry were vehemently against The Constitution and had said that it would let government grow. The federalists like Alexander Hamilton said The Constitution will not let government grow. Turns out the anti-federalists were right! Now the United States has a government that is leviathan in nature and out of control. Not only that, but during the Lincoln administration government grew the most, and instead of freeing all the slaves, the Emancipation Proclamation made everyone a slave to the United State Federal Government while launching the most unnecessary war amongst the people. Then as the progressive era came with FDR's administration, Woodrow Wilson's administrat ...
I just walked the entire Woodrow Wilson bridge. There and back. I am BEAT!
Decided to workout today on my birthday. Walked the Woodrow Wilson bridge. It's not a game!!! 32 is…
DC looks so beautiful riding over Woodrow Wilson bridge
Outing @ Woodrow Wilson bridge with my love ones! ! Jah bless..
Just seen the and fireworks from while crossing Woodrow Wilson bridge.
This morning I finished the World War special that was on History Channel this week. I enjoyed the format and indeed learned a few new things about this period in history. However, I had 4 big issues with the picture that they tried to paint. 1. Woodrow Wilson's Utopian view of world governance didn't get enough play. And the disastrous League of Nations concept didn't get a mention. This, along with the rest of the Versailles treaty, created the environment of resentment that allowed Hitler to rise. Wilson is one of the worse presidents of that century because of his foreign policy and he gets off way too easy in this telling of the history 2.They white washed FDR's shameful capitulations to Stalin which set the stage for the next 40 years of tension and wars during the Cold War. Doing this also mutes the greatness of Churchill to have the foresight to call out Stalin as the next great threat to freedom as he had Hitler some time ago. 3. I don't remember Eisenhower's role in D-Day being fleshed out ver . ...
Shout out to all of you walking the Woodrow Wilson bridge getting it in.I'll eat one of these Krispy Kreme donuts I'm on my way to get! LOL...I'm so wrong but know that I'm cheering you on!
“The problem isn’t “governments,” at least in the West. They are not much involved in doctrinal management (though there are exceptions, like Woodrow Wilson and the Reaganites, both of whom ran huge state propaganda systems - illegal in the latter case; there were no relevant laws in the Wilson era). Doctrinal management is overwhelmingly the task of corporate propaganda, which is extraordinary in scale and very significant in impact; and [it is also] the task of the general intellectual community, including the acceptable dissidents who perform a very important service by setting the bounds of discussion and thus entrenching the unspoken presuppositions of the doctrinal system. Governments are marginal, outside of totalitarian states, though attention is always focused on them, to direct it away from what matters.” — Noam Chomsky
1916 Woodrow Wilson issues an Executive Order for a Presidential flag
A local middle school student is on a national stage Wednesday. Kimmie Collins is competing in the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee. Collins is a Woodrow Wilson student and qualified for the even after winning the Wabash Valley Regional Spelling Bee for the second year in a row.
Obama's foreign policy is so classically liberal-Democrat. He's the reincarnate of Woodrow Wilson: a hawk with a democratic humanist pose.
Answers to last week's trivia questions. Presidential trivia: The answer is Woodrow Wilson. Wilson entered Johns Hopkins University in 1883 and completed a PhD in history and political science in 1886. In 1902, Wilson became president of Princeton. First Lady trivia. The answer is Letitia Tyler (b. 11-12-1790, d. 9-10-1842). She was confined to a wheelchair after a stroke and died half-way through her husband's presidency. She was also the youngest first lady to die at 51 years of age. Shortly before their marriage, Tyler wrote her a letter in which he promised: "Whether I float or sink in the stream of fortune, you may be assured of this, that I shall never cease to love you."
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