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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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.
I not only use all the brains I have, but all that I can borrow. Woodrow Wilson, 28th President, 1913-1921
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 ...
It says, TO W.W, MY STAR, MY PERFECT SILENCE W, I mean, who do you figure that is? Woodrow Wilson? Willy Wonka? Walter White?
W.W. who do you reckon that is? Woodrow Wilson... Willy Wonka... Walter White...? YA GOT MA
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
1913: On March 4, Woodrow Wilson is elected the 28th President of the United States. Shortly after he is inaugurated, he is visited in the White House by Ashkenazi Jew, Samuel Untermyer, of law firm, Guggenheim, Untermyer, and Marshall, who tries to blackmail him for the sum of $40,000 in relation to an affair Wilson had whilst he was a professor at Princeton University, with a fellow professor’s wife. President Wilson does not have the money, so Untermyer volunteers to pay the $40,000 out of his own pocket to the woman Wilson had had the affair with, on the condition that Wilson promise to appoint to the first vacancy on the United States Supreme Court a nominee to be recommended to President Wilson by Untermyer. Wilson agrees to this.
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."
Am I the only one who thinks that Woodrow Wilson looks like NBC's Brian Williams?
I like to think of myself as a cross between Biggie Smalls, Al Capone, Oprah, Woodrow Wilson, Bob Saget and Franz Fanon.
Woodrow Wilson is on the $500 bill. Forget the Benjamins, it's all about the Wilsons baby!
The Obama administration is an utter failure on every front. Jimmy Carter meets Woodrow Wilson meets LBJ. Just awful.
The US has not been a historically free country. Even the precious constitution is a bad document. It was written to expand government from the articles of confederation. When it was written it permitted slavery. In the founding fathers' generation, Washington crushed a tax rebellion, the whole reason there was a revolution, then Adams signed the alien and sedition acts into law. Around 60 years later, a group of states tried to get out and Lincoln invaded them, killing 600,000 Americans. He also forced a draft and publicly executed draft dodgers, set up an income tax (that was eventually repealed by congress), got us off the gold standard, and set the precedent to ban state secession. At this point, any hopes of the constitution ever defending freedom were killed. Then we go to 1913 with Woodrow Wilson where he set up a permanent income and created the Federal Reserve where the country was sold to foreign bankers. A few years later he started imperialism by engaging in World War 1 and passed the seventee ...
.acquires rare photos of Woodrow Wilson — alumnus, University and U.S. president.
Princeton's Mudd Manuscript Library recently acquired a photo album that features a number of photos from the early 20th century of Princeton University's campus, the surrounding town and the Princeton Theological Seminary, as well as rare photos of Woodrow Wilson, an 1879 Princeton alumnus, the Uni…
Whooohooo I'm out! Ready to meet up with my Woodrow Wilson High School friend/also my neighborhood friend Cyndi Roldan its HH time🍹🍹for us!
Every general or flag officer who is going to take command of combat forces goes through that course.” 2. First job you ever had? Sam Clovis: “Picking ….. I would say for the reason of significance, Woodrow Wilson. He's not one of my favorites,… [ 26 more words. ]
When did a Standing Army make or keep anyone free i.e. the Vietnam War was fought over Rubber, Oil and to a lesser extent the Heroin trade? “Is there any man here... who does not know that the seed of war in the modern world is industrial and commercial rivalry? ... This war, in its inception, was a commercial and industrial war. It was not a political war.” - St. Louis (11 September 1919) – Woodrow Wilson
We just wanted to give a shout out of good luck to St. John's College High School & Woodrow Wilson High School (Washington, D.C.) boy's rowing crews. They will be rowing in the The Stotesbury Cup Regatta May 16 & 17 here in Philadelphia. This is the largest high school rowing regatta in the world. We are looking forward to serving these two out-of-state High Schools riverside at the upcoming Stotesbury Cup Regatta. Good luck St. Johns and Woodrow Wilson!
Mai Kari Hartvag Zimbleman Enemy Within - the Khazars Mai Kari Hartvag Zimbleman (& alike) did not lose WW2 according to Charlotte Iserbyt - 'Skull & Bones'? see Movie 'Skull' Mai Kari Hartvag Zimbleman The BBC reported in 1998: Throughout the century that I examined, which began with the Panic of 1907 … what I found by accessing the archives of each president is that through many events and periods, particular bankers were in constant communication [with the White House] — not just about financial and economic policy, and by extension trade policy, but also about aspects of World War I, or World War II, or the Cold War, in terms of the expansion that America was undergoing as a superpower in the world, politically, buoyed by the financial expansion of the banking community. *** In the beginning of World War I, Woodrow Wilson had adopted initially a policy of neutrality. But the Morgan Bank, which was the most powerful bank at the time, and which wound up funding over 75 percent of the financing for t ...
Congrats to Woodrow Wilson for winning the Middle School Softball Championship.
Portrait of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson formed by 21,000 soldiers at Camp Sherman, Ohio in 1918
After crunching numbers, I've decided that Woodrow Wilson High School would not be a clever investment idea.
Thank you parents, residents and advocates for your rapid response in securing our children safety. So proud of students from Camden High, Woodrow Wilson, Brim, Met East, Medical arts, Wiggins, and Whittier. Some chants were "save our schools", save our teachers", "free medical arts", "Camden stand up" and "no new schools". So proud of this day in history of our students!
NJ to offer fellowships to high-need teachers - The state will participate in the Princeton-based Woodrow Wilson...
so who goes to Woodrow Wilson High School?
tonight is 28th day of Omer. 28 is Birkat Hachama, Kahana, Yom Yerushalayim, Woodrow Wilson, February, average menstrual cycle,
Did you know Mother's Day was started by a little name named Anna Jarvis? and Woodrow Wilson was the one that signed the bill to pass it.
A little history. In 1910 Mothers Day was founded by Anna Jarvis and was only a holiday in West Virginia where she was from... And in 1914. Woodrow Wilson announced it would be a holiday for all states. Happy Mothers Day everyone.
Monday-. 10am weights. Lunch after at Chic fil a. 12pm freshman and soph at Woodrow Wilson middle school. 3pm workout at field
congrats on making it to the NFL. You are such an inspiration to everbody at Woodrow Wilson High School. GO MULES!
Visit Mrs. Wilson at Rome's Myrtle Hill Cemetery! “On this day in 1914, Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the first
hope excited for the day this morning (@ Woodrow Wilson Service Area)
If you're in the area, stop by South District fire house on Randolph Rd. to get your car washed by Woodrow Wilson Middle School baseball and softball teams! thank you!!
"When men take up arms to set other men free there is something sacred And holy in that warfare" Woodrow Wilson And I will add that when men fight for the preservation of that freedom it is still sacred and holy
There are a good many problems before the American people today, and before me as president, but I expect to find the solution to those problems just in the proportion that I am faithful in the study of the Word of God. ~Woodrow Wilson~
gm 2 vs Woodrow Wilson live 1245p Eagles go for sweep after 10-0 win last night.
So easy a caveman can do it..Graduates of Woodrow Wilson High School need to Wake Up Now.. Hit my inbox for this great opportunity to save, manage and save money..
The winner of & HP gets the winner of Woodrow Wilson & Prosper got a 5 inning run rule if WW last night.
Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft and woodrow Wilson. See the PowerPoint on the VLE for the progressive stuff they did.
Thought of the day -. "We are not here merely to make a living. We are here to enrich the world." Woodrow Wilson
Mother's Day was founded by Anna Marie Jarvis in 1908 in honor of her mother. (Anna did not have children.) After years of lobbying, President Woodrow Wilson finally established Mother’s Day as an official holiday in 1914.
Still remember it like it was yesterday shooting dice in between the lockers all day at Woodrow Wilson r.i.p twin!!!
"..No one can worship God or love his neighbor on an empty stomach." - Woodrow Wilson (1856 - 1924)
in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed the 2nd Sunday of every May “Mother’s Day” to celebrate Ame…
Do you understand to what this refers:. WOODROW [WILSON] ADMITTED HE SCREWED UP... BUT NO ONE DID ANYTHING ABOUT...
It's PLAYOFF GAME DAY gm 2 v Woodrow Wilson 12:45p today. Eagles go for area sweep
I'm suppose to be spending my day in Maryland, but my mom just ruined that. So I won't be crossing the Woodrow Wilson Bridge til tomorrow. 😒
Not to spoil the nostalgia of Mother's Day, but it is a historical fact that President Woodrow Wilson declared the first Mother's Day to appease the woman's suffrage movement and to get them to agree to quit picketing in front of the White House while World War I was being fought. They were picketing to have the right to vote. After the war, the administration decided not to honor the women's right to equality under the law. The rest is history.
On this day in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson issues a presidential proclamation that officially establishes the first national Mother s Day holiday to celebrate America s mothers.
Bout to get this work in up Woodrow Wilson Bridge a good six miles
It was Woodrow Wilson who proclaimed May 9, 1914 as a national observance of Mother's Day
thank you President Woodrow Wilson for May 9 declaration granting second sunday of May be the celebration of Mother's day ;)
.Woodrow Wilson, a hate filled anti-Constitution racist & believer in eugenics did more damage to U.S. than any president until LBJ
.Obama's enormous spending & horrendous failures have reduced America & its economy to near collapse-but is he worse than Woodrow Wilson?
The ear of the leader must ring with the voices of the people - Woodrow Wilson
It's the 100th day since Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother's Day a national celebration.. Advance HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to all the Mother around the world, especially my Mama :) "All that I am, or ever hope to be, I owe to my ANGEL MOTHER" - Abraham Lincoln I LOVE YOU MAMA!
President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation on May 9, 1914, creating the first Mother's Day. More at LOC:
To do things today exactly the way you did they yesterday saves thinking. -Woodrow Wilson
I wan to thank President Woodrow Wilson who made Mother's Day "May 11th" an official national holiday. However, To me everyday is mother's day. Mother's across the globe sacrifice for their families every single day. I can not emphasize enough but to say they are so amazing. Therefore to all the mother's around the globe Thank you for all that you do. And to my Love of my life, My rock, My everything, My heart and soul, My Beautiful Mother Diana Manglona Quitugua Mom On behalf of Dad and myself and Gwen and grand kids we want you to know that we I Love You and Thank you for all the sacrifices that you do just to put a smile on our faces. Even if there is no possible way you always make it possible. Even through the struggles you seem to make our lives easier...So Thank you we Love you and may the great Lord shower you with many blessing!Happy Mother's Day MOM! Your Son!
I would rather fail in a cause that would ultimately succeed, than succeed in a cause that would ultimately fail. -Woodrow Wilson -
Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together. Photo by Woodrow Wilson
The second Sunday of May was declared by US President Woodrow Wilson as Mother's Day. . Anna Jarvis, the founder,...
"If you want to make enemies, try to change something." -Thomas Woodrow Wilson
America is the place where you cannot kill your government by killing the men who conduct it. -Woodrow T. Wilson
In 1914 Woodrow Wilson signed the proclamation creating Mother’s Day, the second Sunday in May, as a national holiday to honor mothers.
Bring your kids, bring your wife, bring your mothers to Taste & Tunes in the Garden at Woodrow Wilson Museum in Staunton. Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Mother's Day with local music, tasty brews, and local wines for free at the park!
The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it-Woodrow Wilson
Jane Ciabattari's interview with Oates re her novel The Accursed, which we're listening to on Talking Book right...
Does anyone remember Cora (her Mom called her Cathy) Reinert? She went to Ave. B school and Woodrow Wilson and would have graduated 1968 from Tee Jay but she dropped out of sight.
In the heat of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson pleaded for "peace without victory." He said that "victory would mean a peace forced upon the loser, a victor's terms imposed upon the vanquished. It would leave a sting, a resentment, a bitter memory upon which terms of peace could not rest permanently, but only as upon quicksand." The world rejected Wilson's plea, but within twenty-one years, his prophecy had come true. Germany, stung by the imposed Treaty of Versailles, lashed out angrily and started the blood bath of World War II. Tragically, world leaders with wisdom are few and far between. And when they do exist, too often, other leaders negate their influence. Solomon, ascending to his father's throne, knew he must have divine wisdom to judge his people, if his reign was to be peaceful and prosperous. Thus, his single prayer was for wisdom, and God was pleased by it (1 Kings 3:5-9). Solomon received his request, and Israel entered a golden age of prosperity. Today, let us pray for world leaders ...
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. 1. MAy 9, 1914. on this date Woodrow Wilson signed the proclamation creating Mother's Day.
Your Prosper Eagles have run-ruled the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats, 10-0. Game 1 is in the bag.
Here some reasons why New Jersey is the worst state ever. 1. New Jersey drivers are terrible. 2. Your highway system is retarded. 3. Apparently if you live in New Jersey you're not capable of pumping your own gas. 4. Woodrow Wilson 5. Snooki * numbers 4&5 are not open for debate.
100 years ago President Woodrow Wilson declared that Mother's Day should be celebrated as a national holiday on the second Sunday in May. On Sunday, go hug (or remember) your mom, people!
Did you know that this is the 100th Mothers Day originally set up by President Woodrow Wilson (not Hallmark or the florist) to be the second Sunday in May.
Love Changes Lives President Woodrow Wilson told this story. He said: "I was in a very common place, I was sitting in a barber chair, when I became aware that a personality had entered the room. A man had come quietly in upon the same errand as myself -- to have his hair cut and sat in the chair next to me. Every word the man uttered showed a personal interest in the man who was serving him. And before I got through with what was being done for me, I was aware that I had attended an evangelistic service. Because Mr. D.L. Moody was in that chair. I purposely lingered in the room after he had left and noted the singular effect that his visit had brought upon the barbershop. They didn't know his name but they knew that something had elevated their thoughts and I felt that I left that place as I should have left the place of worship. My admiration and esteem for Mr. Moody became very deep indeed."
Mother's Day will be 100 years old this weekend. Woodrow Wilson declared the 2nd Sunday of May be dedicated to moms.
Field Day was awesome! Everyone involved did a phenomenal job including the crazy amount of volunteers we had. The kids had snocones, inflatables, and got to throw water balloons at teachers. Then 5th grade had a Color Run. It beat every field day I've ever been to and I'm proud of our Woodrow Wilson students, staff, and volunteers!
Mothers Day is 100 years old this Sunday. President Woodrow Wilson signed it in during his Presidency. Little History lesson.
So Hallmark did NOT create Mother's Day, Woodrow Wilson did 100 years ago!
As we were going over Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Natalie shouts "Wilson wasn't even a good president".. So we had a history lesson while driving!!!
Its Friday!! And I have your history lesson of the day :) In 1914, Woodrow Wilson, our 28th president, approved a proclamation declaring that the second Sunday of every May as Mother's Day. 1814, "Mansfield Park" by Jane Austen published in London. Have a fantastic weekend!!
100 years ago, President Woodrow Wilson officially made Mother's Day the 2nd Sunday in May. But, it was Anna Jarvis who earlier started this holiday in honor of her own mother, and she wanted each of us to simply be at home with our mother on that day to thank them for all they did. She spent her life and inheritance fighting the consumerism that ensued, and the lesson we take away is remembering what is most important. It's not the card, the restaurant, nor the flowers. It's not the $19.9Billion the US will spend on Moms this holiday. It is called Mother's Day, not Mothers' day, for a reason. So this Sunday, celebrate and thank the best Mom you've ever known - Yours!
"It's a man's business to be what he is . . . and be it in style!“ Lazarus Long (Woodrow Wilson Smith) ~ Robert A Heinlein
It turns out that on this day exactly one hundred years ago, Woodrow Wilson declared the first Mother's Day holiday. Just a friendly reminder that our government can, in fact, do some good things from time to time.
100 years ago to the day, American President Woodrow Wilson designated the second Sunday in May as Mother’s day. After everything mothers have done, it’s surprising it took that long for them to get their own holiday! In what ways do you show your mom or mother-figure how much you appreciate her?
1914: Woodrow Wilson proclaims first National Mother's Day Soon follows WWI. Not so soon: the right to vote
A nation that does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do. We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we came from or what we have been about. -Woodrow Wilson.
Congrats to the top three finishers in Lville's 2014 Woodrow Wilson Public Speaking Competition! First place: Jay Lee, second place: Veena Bhagavathi, and third place: Rafiq Majolagbe.
The history of Mother's Day isn't all flowers, love and sweetness- there is a sad twist. (It's also 100 years official this year- thanks Anna Jarvis and President Woodrow Wilson!)
Congratulations to the Woodrow Wilson International Baccalaureate candidates! Hats off to you for committing to this course of study and sticking with it to the end. All of you, including my daughter India Hearne, should be very proud of this scholastic achievement.
The very first Mother's Day was celebrated on this day, 100 years ago! That's right! President Woodrow Wilson declared the national holiday May 9, 1914!
"What this country really needs is a good 5 cent cigar." Tom Marshall, Woodrow Wilson's Vice President. Larf !!! http:/…
**TRAFFIC ALERT** MDOT says there's an accident on I-55 right before the Woodrow Wilson Ave EX 98A in Hinds County. The southbound left lane is blocked. Expect delays.
100 years ago this week President Woodrow Wilson created the first mother's day. Good job Woodrow.
Very excited to be managing the Chop Farmers Market this season. If you work in DC come see us for lunch at the Woodrow Wilson Plaza. We have everything from dumplings, paella, tacos, sausages and of course fresh produce. Support your
Today is the 100th birthday of the first Mother's Day. Started by Woodrow Wilson.
Friday, May 9th - Fun Fact Friday Woodrow Wilson declared Mother's Day a national holiday in 1914 Happy mother's day to all the amazing women in our and your lives!
This Sunday is the 100th anniversary since President Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day a holiday! Better get mom something good! :)
It's not the 1900s anymore...you would think I knew this, but it didn't kick in until I heard that today is the 100th anniversary of Woodrow Wilson declaring Mother's Day a national holiday. History teacher in me was like that's impossible..because WW was president in the early 1900s...*face palm*it is 2013. Why do I still think it's 1995?!
I just heard on the radio that Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day an official holiday.
Interesting fact...Mother's Day was created 100 years a go today by Pres. Woodrow Wilson
Congratulations to my baby girl Niya Boo & all of the Woodrow Wilson 6th, 7th & 8th grade girls track teams for kicking butts & taking names at the county meet last night!!! Way to go ladies!!!
Be the smartest person in your workplace today!! ~Andy & Nichole *This is the 100th anniversary of WOODROW WILSON officially naming Mother's Day a U.S. holiday. *Mother's Day was originally started in the 1850's by a woman named Ann Jarvis . . . and it wasn't about giving gifts. It was a day for mothers to rally together behind causes like fighting disease, mourning soldiers, and promoting peace. *Americans will spend $19.9 BILLION on Mother's Day this year.
FBF: It was 100 years ago today that President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the first ever Mother's Day. And the very next day, the first Bath & Body Works store opened for business.
I got to find me an After Hour Joint... Hadn't seen one since 1990 on Woodrow Wilson & Leslie on West Side Detroit. lol Up in there til 8 in the morning.lol what was I thinking.
" POLITICAL SCIENCE " Political science as a separate field is a relatively late arrival in terms of social sciences. However, the term "political science" was not always distinguished from political philosophy, and the modern discipline has a clear set of antecedents including also moral philosophy, political economy, political theology, history, and other fields concerned with normative determinations of what ought to be and with deducing the characteristics and functions of the ideal state. History is past politics and politics present history" was the motto of the first generation of American political scientists, 1882-1900. The motto had been coined by the Oxford professor Edward Augustus Freeman, and was enshrined on the wall of the seminar room at Johns Hopkins University where the first large-scale training of America and political scientists began. The founding professors of the field included Herbert Baxter Adams at Johns Hopkins, John Burgess and William Dunning at Columbia, Woodrow Wilson a ...
Fun fact: The state that is the most common listed birth place of U.S. presidents is Virginia with eight. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachery Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson were all born in Virginia. Ohio is second with seven, then Massachusetts and New York with four each and North Carolina, Texas, and Vermont with two a piece. Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina all have one each.
Throwback Thursday - Me & Mommy. Her 1st time joining me for some Woodrow Wilson Bridge Therapy! Love this chic.my favorite human being!
If I could go back in time to n do one thing it would b to stop Woodrow Wilson from connecting USA to central banking system of Europe!
How many presidents have cheated on their wives?. .Several. Eisenhower had an affair with his driver in England during the war. Franklin Roosevelt had a mistress of long-standing who served as his private secretary, as well as other occasional flirtations. JFK had women going out the back door as Jackie was coming in the front. He was even accused of having an affair with a Russian spy during the Cold War. Several of Bill Clinton's amorous adventures have been documented and several others are rumored with some evidence. Harding sired an illegitimate daughter while he was in the Senate. Woodrow Wilson became close friends with another woman . They spent considerable time together and wrote warm letters, but it is not certain that they ever were intimate. James Garfield had some sort of liaison with a married woman. So, why so much attention on Bill Clinton?. What should be told is this, he was a great president. The Republicans have gone too far. . Hillary Clinton is a very smart woman, with much experien ...
[The New Deal heralded a proud new America still reeling after a decade of economic misery. In short, infrastructure helped rebuild America.] John K. White here chants the chorus of American imperial soi disant "liberalism". In reality, the cryptic cripple & President-for-Life Franklin Roosevelt was the tool for the all-time arch war-monger Bernard Baruch, as Woodrow Wilson had been before him. In September of 1935, by successfully masterminding the assassination of the last great white American reformer, Senator Huey P. Long of Louisiana, BB also shot to death democracy in America, which ever since has languished under an increasingly severe despotism of the Jewish Secret Police. Huey Long was the first American casualty of the Atomic War aka WW2 which magnified the establishment of the U.S. global military empire and was also FDR's only but mighty powerful escape from the First Great Depression. In 1963 the aged BB teamed with David Ben Gurion to assassinate President John F. Kennedy, thus pulling off t ...
was 0-0-0 in away, playoff games, coached by John Waller, vs. Woodrow Wilson.
What a rich history the Democratic Party has! Now, tell me. Why do the lefties always act so proud of their party again? "The Trail of Tears (1838): The first Democrat President, Andrew Jackson and his successor Martin Van Buren, herded Indians into camps, tormented them, burned and pillaged their homes and forced them to relocate with minimal supplies. Thousands died along the way. Democrats Cause The Civil War (1860): The pro-slavery faction of the Democrat Party responded to Abraham Lincoln's election by seceding, which led to the Civil War. Formation of the KKK (1865): Along with 5 other Confederate veterans, Democrat Nathan Bedford Forrest created the KKK. 300 Black Americans Murdered (1868): "Democrats in Opelousas, Louisiana killed nearly 300 blacks who tried to foil an assault on a Republican newspaper editor." The American Protective League and The Palmer Raids (1919-1921): Under the leadership of Woodrow Wilson, criticizing the government became a crime and a fascist organization, the American P ...
Does this surprise anyone, coming from a rep. of the party that hasn't had a new idea since Woodrow Wilson?...
Overview American political history is defined by three great crises. The first crisis was the American Revolution, which was declared on July 4, 1776 but whose roots can be traced back at least to 1763. That period of crisis ended with the election of Thomas Jefferson as president in what has become known as the “Revolution of 1800.” The second crisis was the crisis over slavery that culminated in the Civil War. While the Founders had opposed slavery in principle, but had been forced to compromise with the institution in practice for the sake of the Union, the rise of the “positive good” school of slavery in the South marked a turn away from the Founders’ principles, and their practice. In response, Abraham Lincoln explained and defended the Founder’s approach. The third great crisis, which continues today, is the challenge of Progressivism, a movement founded by Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and others. The Progressives rejected the Founders’ principles, including their notions of a ...
Congrats to for getting tonight's Uber Trivia Question! He knew that Woodrow Wilson once appeared on the $100,000 bill. You rock!
But like all things Democrat, they will venerate the racist Sterling years later, i.e., Woodrow Wilson, Magaret Sanger, Robert Byrd, Andrew Jackson, etc, etc, etc.
Book What would there b left 2 bind society together?. Woodrow Wilson. The Bible is the 1 supreme source of revelation of the meaning of ..
The winner of vs Terrell rd 1 will face Woodrow Wilson or Pinkston, who play 1-gm series Thu.
If a dog will not come to you after having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience. -woodrow wilson.
I would rather fail in a cause that could ultimately succeed ~Woodrow Wilson
There was yet another shooting tragedy this morning, this time in Georgia. More than a century ago, Woodrow Wilson stated that , "the accumulation of arms, and the bearing of concealed weapons, may be forbidden constitutionally." Wilson biographer A. Scott Burg observed that Wilson "believed that the Second Amendment was less about private use of guns than the maintenance of a well-regulated militia, as is stated in the amendment's often overlooked opening clause." What a wise conclusion.
What this country needs is a good five-cent cigar!” – (Vice-president of Woodrow Wilson) Thomas Marshall.
Buddro Wilson.like Woodrow the president.but cooler?
Woodrow Wilson tried to start the league of Nation(years later it became the hallmark of the UN) but was shot down and ignored.
Woodrow Wilson Sweetheart and The Woodrow Dance Company are having their Annual "Spring Show" Fundraiser on Friday 2, 2014 and Saturday 3, 2014 @ 7pm . Please come and show your support . We will be selling tickets at the door . $5.00
Remember this year Sound Bites is being held at the Reagan Building's Woodrow Wilson Plaza and Not the 9:30 club! Thanks to the 9:30 club owners/staff for the years of support! See you all on Sunday!!!
Anybody out there been to the Inner Harbor under the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Alexandria, VA? This could be Algiers. Port of Algiers? Yes?
Just a reminder: I will not be at the shoppes tonight! Annmarie will be covering me. I will be doing a fundraiser for Woodrow Wilson elementary in Bayonne!!
You're most like Woodrow Wilson! You're an idealist and a serious thinker. You'd make a great professor or diplomat. Wilson was born in Virgina in 1856. His mother was an immigrant from England and his Father was a native of Ohio. Wilson served as President of Princeton University from 1902 to 1910, and then as the Governor of New Jersey. He was elected President in 1913 and lead the nation during World War I. After the War, Wilson focussed his efforts to establish world peace and national self-determination for oppressed peoples
In today I defend Obama's sweeping use of exec power & offer mild praise for Woodrow Wilson.
"Riots aren't declared in the name of God; they are human affair entirely." - Woodrow Wilson
Can you run a company or a country if you are racist? The answer is yes. Why you ask because planed parent hood was founded on killing all blacks and minorities. Woodrow wilson was the most racist president we ever had. He had a movie made and showed it in the White House about the rise of the KKK who he supported and he is taught in all universities today. People have a right to their own thoughts and own a company even know we may not agree. You also have the right not to do business with that company. You do not have a right to take away someone's company because you don't agree with their personal thoughts.
Watching this movie on Woodrow Wilson like igaf 😑
To the thought police and Rev. Al Sharpton...remember Margaret Eugenics Sanger (Planned Parenthood) and President Woodrow Wilson were racist...does that mean we can shut down, as well as, stop funding Planned Parenthood or remove Wodrow Wilson's name from tax funded schools?
Woodrow Wilson's favorite word of opprobrium was "anarchy."
woodrow wilson scholarship explains a lot & why refuses 2 consider that post WWII less than 25% of black kids lived w/single parent
Former President Woodrow Wilson on this day in 1922, less than 2 years before his death. http:/…
Golf is an ineffectual attempt to put an elusive ball into an obscure hole with implements ill-adapted to the purpose. -Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson Families: This week the PTA is sponsoring a coin challenge to raise money that will be used at the book fair next week for the teachers to buy books for their classroom libraries. Each day has an assigned coin (but money of any denomination may be donated on any day). Thank you all so much for your support! Coin Challenge: Monday- Pennies Tuesday- Nickles Wednesday- Dimes Thursday- Quarters Friday- Dollars PS- The class that raises the most money will win a pizza party! :)
The history of liberty is a history of limitation of government power, not the increase of it.-Woodrow Wilson
I just love this video on Woodrow Wilson.
"You cannot, in human experience, rush into the light. You have to go through the twilight into the broadening day before the noon comes and the full sun is upon the landscape." - Woodrow Wilson ~ hello.. :) goOdiEve.. LMF.. ;) :p
Of course they would. It's Woodrow Wilson v2
We should not only use all the brains we have, but all that we can borrow. ~Woodrow Wilson
Did you know? The first American president to visit Europe while in office was Woodrow Wilson in 1918. Thought for the Day Tuesday April 29, 2014 When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen. Ernest Hemingway US author & journalist (1899 - 1961)
WEHS Track Meet today at WOODROW WILSON HS... Athletes should be there at 4:30... Let's go Warriors!!
"Power consists in one's capacity to link his will with the purpose of others, to lead by reason and a gift of cooperation." Woodrow WIlson
Proofing the artwork for my ABC release in June.. they've done such a beautiful job and so has Woodrow Wilson with the photos! Very excited!
I believe in Democracy because it releases the energy of every human being. Woodrow Wilson
Here is a better clip of the Hall of Mirrors. You know on top of all the French history here at Versailles, there was also world history that we learned about. For example it was in this room that Woodrow Wilson came (by boat) to sign the treaties that would end World War 1.
Leadership does not always wear the harness of compromise. —Woodrow Wilson,
"There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed.". ~ Woodrow Wilson
Is the only Republican plan to cut taxes for 1%? Name 1 Dem president not called L. Johnson, Woodrow Wilson, JFK, or Clinton who cut taxes!
"If you want to make enemies, try and change something" -President Woodrow Wilson
Absolute identity with one's cause is the first and great condition of successful leadership.Woodrow Wilson
Had a coo day ballin up at the one and only missed school woodrow wilson tho my Fukien feet hurt.
I love my sisters Tayari Woodrow Wilson Gant and Renia Gant.
When her husband Woodrow had a stroke, Edith Wilson became the de facto Acting President, making her the quasi-first female POTUS
93 years of Woodrow Wilson Progressive policies and Reagan is blamed for Obama's woes?
Woodrow Wilson father of Progressivism "re-segregated" our country in the early 1900's. This picture was taken in the 1870's when we had several black congressmen. Many do not know about this part of our history and instead think that civil rights for blacks occurred in the 1960's for the first time.
I noticed that at one time someone asked about our favorite memories of Woodrow Wilson. Mine is of the way I was treated by students and teachers during the years I went there. When I think of all the bullying that goes on these days and how many children commit suicide because of it, it boggles my mind. I got polio at 2 years old and was a skinny, gimpy, mouthy kid and today would probably be a good target. But it was not that way at Woodrow Wilson. I felt accepted by pretty much everyone. My family also lived in the neighborhood around the school and our neighbors came from the same kind of hard-working people. We had every ethnicity group and background you can imagine but we managed to make it work. If there were problems with students in school, the teachers, dean and principal handled them. They were not afraid to hand out discipline either. We had the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer. As far as I know, neither one of them warped or traumatized any one of us.
To this day 'liberals' worship Woodrow Wilson despite his plunging US into They similarly support wars, failed
A place for all the old gang from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Duncan, OK to connect.372 members
From the Archives: Prague honors Woodrow Wilson with a New Statue
Soapbox time; having a bridge over DC named for Woodrow Wilson is a bit like naming an arena for Donald Sterling.
Heading to the top of last inning. Woodrow up to bat. Adamson 6- Woodrow Wilson 2. FINISH THIS LADY LEOPARDS!
“The Woodrow Wilson Bridge at night. Drove that bridge every day for 13 years
That sounds like Woodrow Wilson, who thought blacks carried diseases, as if they weren't people.
We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winters evening. Some of us let these great dreams die, but others nourish and protect them; they nurse them through bad days until they bring them to the sunshine and the light that always comes to those who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true. Woodrow Wilson
On page 72 of 192 of Woodrow Wilson, by H.W. Brands
With the least amount of help from Capitol Hill for any POTUS since the days of Woodrow Wilson and the League of Nations.
Democracy is the most difficult form of government, because it is the form under which you have to persuade the largest number f persons to do anything in particular. Woodrow Wilson,1915
The KFC on Woodrow Wilson has the rudest and most ghetto and rude staff. AS SOON as I get home I am emailing corporate office. I learned long ago to save my breath and pencil whoop them.
If Woodrow Wilson didnt sign the Federal Reserve act(made by bankers, not lawmen) for campaign support, this country wouldn't be in so much debt.. N he had the nerve to regret what he signed smh
4th video of 4 over a weekend in Dallas. A rough cut of some arial shots of Woodrow Wilson High School on the day of it's 85th Anniversary. Sorry about the shaky…
"The man who disparages music as a luxury and non essential does himself an injury. Music, now, is a human need." Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson High School performed its spring musical in the historic school auditorium April 24-27. This year's musical was
The Woodrow Wilson boys baseball team won District 12-4A Friday, April 25 with a 1-0 win over Hillcrest at Randall Park. A strong performance by Woodrow's...
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mother’s Day, Madame Tussauds D.C. today announced that the wax figure of President Woodrow Wilson will be at the Willard InterContinental on Sunday, May 11. The theme of the hotel lobby will be a flashback… [ 333 more words. ]
Today I have renewed my life goal of binge eating at Taco Bell for two days in order to leave the nastiest crap of all time all over the grave of Woodrow Wilson.
mom wrecked in front of Woodrow Wilson High School smash her car up pretty bad .getting checked out at Appalachian hospital she's just bruised up a little thank god man I don't know what else can happen it's been a rough couple months.
This year on April 15, something extraordinary happened and it has nothing to do about tax day. The Woodrow Wilson Wildcat Band had it’s best performance at a...
January 8 - U.S. President Woodrow Wilson issues his Fourteen Points to peace. March 3 - Russia signs the Treaty of Brest Litovsk, which is a peace treaty between Russia and the Central Powers. March 21 - Germany launches the Spring Offensive. April 21 - German flying ace, Baron Manfred von Richthofen (more commonly known as the Red Baron), is shot down.
Good morning my peeps, happy Monday to all. .just wanting to know. .for those who want to walk across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. On Saturday. .let me no trying to start round 9. Just have to figure out the meeting spot...
I worked with Julie Chung in Colombia, so am glad to see she's headed to a leadership position at the U.S. Embassy in Cambodia, and that she's taken the time to meet with Rangel and Woodrow Wilson Pickering Fellowships participants!
Democrats Always Accuse Republicans of Racism and point to Jim Crow Laws. Take a look at who it was that was responsible for Segregation.. .. .. (Sourced from Wikipedia) Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat elected from New Jersey, a Southern Democrat and the first Southern-born president of the post-Civil War period, appointed Southerners to his Cabinet. Some quickly began to press for segregated work places, although Washington, D.C. and federal offices had been integrated since after the Civil War. In 1913, for instance, the Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo – an appointee of the President – was heard to express his opinion of black and white women working together in one government office: "I feel sure that this must go against the grain of the white women. Is there any reason why the white women should not have only white women working across from them on the machines?" Wilson introduced segregation in federal offices, despite much protest from African-American leaders and groups. He appo ...
Discipline; its either some parents dont believe in this word no more or kids love finding things out the hard way. Wish they had the people I grew up around. Thank God for Melvin Jefferson, and all the Woodrow Wilson og's.
If a dog won't come to you after looking in your eyes, go home and examine your conscience. ~Woodrow Wilson
Does anyone know when Woodrow Wilson School was built and what was the high school around 1910?
~@ VM !!! The Social Security Insurance Fraud Scam explained 100 years ago: Edward M. House: to Woodrow Wilson 1912 “[Very] soon, every American will be required to register their biological property in a national system designed to keep track of the people and that will operate under the ancient system of pledging. By such methodology, we can compel people to submit to our agenda, which will effect our security as a chargeback for our fiat paper currency. Every American will be forced to register or suffer being unable to work and earn a living. They will be our chattel, and we will hold the security interest over them forever, by operation of the law merchant under the scheme of secured transactions. Americans, by unknowingly or unwittingly delivering the bills of lading to us will be rendered bankrupt and insolvent, forever to remain economic slaves through taxation, secured by their pledges. They will be stripped of their rights and given a commercial value designed to make us a profit and they will ...
As Woodrow Wilson(28th Pres of US) said..."use not only all the brain you have but all that you can borrow".meaning don't just rely on ourselves because limitation exist even in knowledge, contact some others you think could answer your question.
The North Dallas High 2014 football schedule is out. The Bulldogs' opponents include Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, Hillcrest and the Carrollton schools. Visit the North Dallas booster club website,
“Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” – Woodrow Wilson
Watching travel channel and the show Hotel Secrets and Legends was just talking about Jekyll Island and how Woodrow Wilson created the Federal Reserve there. Not only is the Island beautiful and one of my favorite places it helped save our country.
Good evening family and friends, I have a friend who is looking for daycare for her infant for this July. If you know of any exceptional daycare providers/centers in the fort Washington area, or near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge area. Please inbox me with their information. I greatly appreciate all your help!
Bike just went down on 55 north at Woodrow Wilson looks bad
The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates is a gothic novel centered around Woodrow Wilson and my great grandfather Andrew Fleming West. Which family member wants to read it next? John West,it maybe to far out there, she used a huge amount of public information but then builds from there.
Riza Tevfik, Damat Ferit, Hadi Pasha and Rasad Halis. these four fully powered reps of Ottoman Empire, on August 10, 1920, signed by authorizing the U.S. President Woodrow Wilson to arbitrate in regard the frontier between Turkey and Armenia. This authorization means compromis or submission, . In case of comromis of submission , no need for States ratification. Hence the Arbitration award of Woodrow Wilson dated November 22, 1920 remains the only frontier between Armenia and Turkey which is governed by International Law. To read detailed info. about Sevres Peace Treaty, Woodrow Wilson's arbitration award, Kars treaty, brotherly Moscow treaty and the Lassane treaty of July 24, 1923 please visit www.western-armenia.org
Sunday jog with friends across Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
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
My elementary principal Ms McGuigan was at Woodrow Wilson today. I went through and took a bunch of pictures of my classrooms and the playground.
Imagine the students at Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Northeast Philadelphia learning, studying, working, and playing in these attractive spaces. # ccday Huge thank yous to Comcast Cares Day 2014 Comcast dream big City Year City Year Greater Philadelphia 2013-2014 Corps for making Comcast Cares Day so successful!
Have you ever wondered why we call coffee a cup of Joe? Josephus Daniels was secretary to the Navy under President Woodrow Wilson. Looking to impose stricter moral standards on naval life, he made changes like increasing the number of chaplains, cracking down on prostitution at naval bases and banning alcohol. As a substitute, the stewards increased their purchases of coffee. They called their cups of coffee a cup of Joe to insult Josephus Daniels.
Any one remember Woodrow Wilson jr high they closed it 1 year before I was going to go, I lived 1 block away , had to go to Amos Hyatt off of 14th and university
Headed to see Funny Girl done by the kids at Woodrow Wilson High School. My all time favorite musical.ok close to Singing in the Rain!!
Princeton is no longer a thing for Princeton men to please themselves with. Princeton is a thing with which Princeton men must satisfy the country. -Woodrow Wilson
I actually went to school with "marsha Brady" in glendale.California at Woodrow Wilson jr.High..
Where does the Woodrow Wilson trail begin? I'd like to wall it.
I'm not to sure that it is of the first importance to be happy, many unhappy men have been of deep service to the world and to themselves. -Thomas Woodrow Wilson.
You will not find this as part of curriculum in government schools despite the fact that it is part of our history, The sign on the wall & the illustration is a depiction of what Alabama Governor George Wallace did, DEMOCRATS the protectors of minorities women and children. but once you look behind the mask you will see an ugly bigoted history, they even had a racist president named Woodrow Wilson, to be continued.Good job Bill de Blasio
Strangely Spike Lee and CUL Karen Smith jumped in their greasy hot tub time machines &agree with Dem. POTUS Woodrow Wilson!
“Woodrow Wilson? Willy Wonka? Walter White?”. If only Hank knew how spot on he really was
This government is guilty of fraud. Common sense tells us something is wrong because there no work accept for Wall Street corporations. Our forefathers warned us "But if in the pursuit of the means(funding for big government) we should unfortunately stumble again on unfunded paper money or any similar species of fraud, we shall assuredly give a fatal stab to our national credit in its infancy. Paper money will invariably operate in the body of politics as spirit liquors on the human body. They prey on the vitals and ultimately destroy them.Paper money has had the effect in your state that it will ever have, to ruin commerce, oppress the honest, and open the door to every species of fraud and injustice." George Washington It has been admitted by their own people in the banking system. Edward Mandell House spoke these words to Woodrow Wilson in 1913, "This will inevitably reap to us huge profits beyond our wildest expectations and leave every American a contributor to this fraud which we will call ‘Social ...
"... shortly after Woodrow Wilson took office there began in Colorado one of the most bitter and violent struggles between workers and corporate capital in the history of the country. This was the Colorado coal strike that began in September 1913 and culminated in the 'Ludlow Massacre' of April 1914." -- Howard Zinn in A People's History of the United States. Learn more from photos, a film clip, and a song by Woody Guthrie on this link:
Although there is no record of their ever having met, Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis both were born in Kentucky, participated in the Black Hawk War, and served in the United States Congress. • As Secretary of War for the United States from 1853-1857, Jefferson Davis strengthened the United States Army by increasing its size and by adopting the rifled musket. • Nine-year old Woodrow Wilson saw the captured Confederate President Jefferson Davis, as he was brought through Augusta, Georgia on the way to Fort Monroe. • Among the men who signed Jefferson Davis’s bail were editor, Horace Greeley; shipping and railroad magnate, Cornelius Vanderbilt; and prominent abolitionist, Gerrit Smith.
Notable Americans of Scotch-Irish descent include the composer Stephen C. Foster, the financier and statesman Andrew W. Mellon, the frontiersman Davy Crockett, the inventors Robert Fulton, Samuel Morse, and Cyrus McCormack, and the writers Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Of the U.S. presidents, those who can claim some sort of Scotch-Irish lineage are James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. That is to say, about 47 percent of U.S. presidents were of Scotch-Irish descent, and of 216 years of the presidency, 113 of those years were occupied by a president of Scotch-Irish descent.
KILL THE Federal Reserve BANK: We no longer have a government, of the people, for the people, and by the people. We have a government of the government, for the government, and by the government. "Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws"- Anselm Rothschild. The implication is that this gives me, essentially, control of that nation. Today, banks do not lend money, they simply create it. Every time any bank makes a "loan" the Federal Reserve Bank creates new money from nothing (electronic fiat money) that is equal to the amount of the loan over and above the lending bank’s holdings. Money simply equals debt, and Congress knows this all-too-well. This problem began back during the early 1800’s when Congress created the National Bank. The probem was exacerbated during the Presidency of Woodrow Wilson. Wilson's Federal Reserve Act turned over control of our money, and consequently our independent Republic, to a group of international banks and industri ...
We have people who come into the cemetery office from out of town who want to know if we have any "big names" buried here. I always point out Francis Vigo, Joseph Eheart Skelton, Judge Curtis Shake, and former Indiana Governor Mathew Welsh. They seem to be disappointed and sometimes we hear "So you really don't have any "big names" buried here. I beg to differ! We have John F Kennedy, Woodrow Wilson, Alice Cooper, Steven King, Phillip Morris, James Brown, Stephen Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher, Johnny Carson, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, Jim Neighbors, Thomas Pickering, Laura Ingraham, George Wallace, Harry Potter and the Wright Brothers. Maybe they aren't the ones you have in mind but to us they are better, they're Vincennes people...
French philosopher, Voltaire - "We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation." Irish playwrite, George Bernard Shaw - " God help England if she had no Scots to think for her." American President, Woodrow Wilson - "Every line of strength in American history is a line colored with Scottish blood." Italian revoltionary, Giueseppe Garibaldi - "William Wallace sheds as bright a glory upon his valorous nation as ever was shed upon their country by the greatest men of Greece or Rome" American author, John Steinbeck - "You talked of Scotland as a lost cause and that is not true. Scotland is an unwon cause" (Eleanor Roosevelt said something very similar before this.) Charles de Remusat, French Politician - "...this nation must rank among the most enlightened in the universe. Politics, religion and literature have made of Scotland something beyond compare..." Louis IX, King of France (to his son) - "I would rather have a Scot come from Scotland to govern the people of this kingdom well and justly than that ...
Ok, I am not afraid. The term “Statesmen” was derived from the original Senators appointed by state legislators. That process set by the founding fathers worked well for over one hundred and a quarter years UNTIL under Woodrow Wilson and his progressive ideology he was able in 1913 to get an Amendment for; Income Tax, a Federal Reserve and changing of the checks and balances provided by State selection of Senators (17th Amendment) passed with the help of a liberal news media ( William Randolph Hearst). Sound familiar? Personally I will always side with our brilliant Founders before Woodrow Wilson. Now which side are you on?
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