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Woodrow Wilson

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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"You are here to enrich the world. You impoverish yourself if you forget this errand." - Woodrow Wilson http:…
The but the Jack *** Party hates black people. What party was Woodrow Wilson in again? And what party was Lincoln? LOL
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Woodrow Wilson at press conference: "The Senate is going to ratify the treaty." John Milton Cooper, WW, 508
Woodrow Wilson extends lead over Toms River South 58-27 end of 3rd.
You're welcome. You play Woodrow Wilson next round who only won by 3 against the 13 seed! Believe!
I will introduce myself through trivia crack I am not joking you will know who I am from middle school hint: Woodrow Wilson
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No he doesn't. He appreciates what Woodrow Wilson inflicted on America.
don't give him to much credit. Woodrow Wilson started this.
I use not only the brains I have, but all I can borrow. Woodrow Wilson
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The same way it did it prior to Woodrow Wilson & intermittently after.
Woodrow Wilson I would rather fail in a cause that will ultimately triumph than to triumph in a cause that will ultimately fail. :-o
1917 3/3 15k British women volunteer for National Service. Woodrow Wilson takes the oath again as President of Utd States
We are not here merely to make a living. We are here to enrich the world. Woodrow Wilson :-D
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Woodrow Wilson wasn't too shabby either.
What if this entire time Iggy was saying "first things first, I'm an idealist" and she was really just referencing Woodrow Wilson
the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton is also named for a eugenicist, doesn't make it a eugenicist organization
I'm very proud of this clip art of Woodrow Wilson I made for our new staff walking group.
Third party candidates gave us Woodrow Wilson, one of the worst people to ever be President of the United States.
According to this article, Woodrow Wilson is quite the “lightning rod” even today. (
On this day in history, Woodrow Wilson declared the Star Spangled Banner as our National Anthem, even…
Woodrow Wilson Bridge greatest run ive ever done
W.W, I mean, who do you figure that is, you know? Woodrow Wilson? Willy Wonka? Walter White?
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My president was Woodrow Wilson and I gave him an 89 overall average on his
(2/2) Ripley boys play at Woodrow Wilson on Monday night, home against Huntington St. Joe on Tuesday night.
Who was more detestable Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson or Woodrow Wilson?
Woodrow Wilson had to deal with a menacing neighborhood kid named Dennis.
.Wow as it turns out, Woodrow Wilson was a hot takist
When you forget Ronald Reagan, Woodrow Wilson, and Andrew Jackson were all presidents and need to wallow in ignorance
What about democrat President Woodrow Wilson that re-segregated federal civil service. Demanding photo with application to weed out blacks.
Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson open for tours on Presidents' Day: The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson will…
"Woodrow Wilson is my favorite president"
Whatchu know about Woodrow Wilson? Last President to rock the top hat
Woodrow Wilson is my new favorite president. We should start electing more people with PhDs.
Written by Woodrow Wilson, former President of the United States. "It is a process of disillusionment, but it...
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Woodrow Wilson probably is the smartest president of all-time...his first term was flawless
Scott Walker's success speaks for itself. His lack of a college degree is meaningless. Our first PhD President was Woodrow Wilson.
I can remember what David Lloyd George did but. Can't remember 3 of Woodrow Wilson's 14 points
. Woodrow Wilson, one of the most openly vile racist US presidents, was President of Princeton.
Woodrow Wilson was the only U.S. President to obtain a PhD. He was arguably the worst U.S. President ever. Not sayin', just sayin'.
Issue: Scott Walker's lack of degree. . . Response: Woodrow Wilson was the most highly-educated U.S. President. . . End of topic.
Woodrow Wilson and George W. Bush would have gotten along well:
Woodrow Wilson had a phd. Seems like more college education does not a better president make.
Woodrow Wilson was highly educated, still a progressive disaster as President character of the man that counts
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Woodrow Wilson had the best bone structure out of any president this country has ever seen
We're so unlucky and stuff. Woodrow Wilson never had it so tough. Dairy Queen and Vaseline and Maybelline. Paul Bunyan and James Dean
"Leaderbhip does not always wear the harness o, compromise." - Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson addressed a Jt Sess on the Central Powers' response to his 14 Points peace plan.
:) MT I ran the Woodrow Wilson Bridge & around the National Harbor. There are perks to living n NOVA
"Leadership does nox alwa:s wear the harness of compromise." - Woodrow Wilson
1917: US President Woodrow Wilson announces US is breaking diplomatic relations with Germany.
"If a will not come to you after having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience." - Wo…
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Woodrow wilson was a massive wasteman
great evening sharing the PBL story with the Woodrow Wilson Fellows
"Absolute identity with one's cause is the first and great condition of successful leadership." ~ Woodrow Wilson
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"Leadeaship does not always wiar the harness of compromise." - Woodrow Wilson
The ear of the leader must ring with the voices of the people. Woodrow Wilson :-D
this startedin 1913 with our first Progressive President Woodrow Wilson creating FedRes IRS & eliminating State rights
When she was born Woodrow Wilson was president and we was still in World War 1
He's a lawyer with shades of Woodrow Wilson, it's hardly surprising.
“I used to be a lawyer, but now I am a reformed character.” – Woodrow Wilson
No man can sit down & withhold his hands from the warfare against wrong & get peace from his acquiescence. Woodrow Wilson.
(this is horribly inaccurate because Woodrow Wilson was a hardcore intellectual with a PhD but it was funny :/// )
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"Leadership does not always wear the harness of comwromwse." - Woodrow Wilson
A conservative is a man who just sits and thinks, mostly sits. ~ Woodrow Wilson
BOYS HOOPS: Medford Tech tops Woodrow Wilson 81-57 as Armstead and Parker pour in 20 apiece
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"If I am to speak for 5 minutes, I need a week for preparation; if for 15 minutes, two days; if an hour, I am ready now." -Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson is in my opinion an extremely forward-minded and highly underrated president. Also almost as good looking…
Dear Rachel...good article on Birth of a nation, it's untrue that Woodrow Wilson called it "history written with Lightning"...
Pawn Stars, i haven't read too much into Woodrow Wilson, but I still know, I might not be wrong. and, Ty. Nice house!
Ready for the Princeton at Woodrow Wilson boys basketball game. Princeton's Aaron Ferguson is 20 points away from 1,000 for his career.
Princeton at Woodrow Wilson tonight. Princeton's Aaron Ferguson, who's had 3 straight 20-20 games, needs 20 pts for 1,00…
Or the religiosity of William Jennings Bryan, or Woodrow Wilson, each in their own way.
100 Thinkers for 100 Years, From Bob Dylan to Woodrow Wilson, ranks the minds who've defined our ce
Dr. Thomas Sowell eviscerates Woodrow Wilson's involvement in Treaty of Versailles. *** he's good. cc: …
FOOTBALL: Thomas Tapeh has stepped down after three seasons as coach at Woodrow Wilson according to AD Will Hickson
According to late last night, former Thomas Tapeh has resigned as Woodrow Wilson's football coac…
sooo, you still think you ELECT our president? in 1992 you had skull and bonesman George Bush Sr. vs, Freemason Bill Clinton. in 1996 you had Bill Clinton vs Free mason Bob Dole. Next you had skull & Bones GW Bush vs Free mason Al Gore . Then you had Skull and bones Bush vs skull & bones Kerry. Do you all get it now? In Albert Pike's book he admits the top Freemasons worship Lucifer. The Illuminati has infiltrated the freemason elite. A List of past presidents and people I have found who belong to these secret societies: George Washington, John Adams, James Monroe, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, William Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Andrew Jackson, Franklin pierce, John Quincy adams, Aaron Burr, Martin Van Buren, Calvin Coolidge, Tyler, Truman, LBJ, Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, Warren Harding, Taft, Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, joseph Kennedy, George Clinton, Woodrow Wilson, H.Hoover,Nelson Rockefella, Dwight Eisenhower,Thomas E Dewey, Nixon, ol ...
From 1801 to 1912, the president did not deliver the State-of-the-Union speech before congress, but simply sent the speech to Capitol Hill by courier, and a clerk read it to congress. This practice, started by our main character Jefferson, was aimed at avoiding the English tradition of the King “talking down” to Parliament from his throne. It was also thought, in republican America, to emphasize the co-equal nature of the legislative and executive branches. After all, neither the House Speaker nor the Senate Majority Leader visit the White House to publicly express their views of the Union’s condition. Nor do the Supreme Court justices of the judicial branch visit the Executive Mansion, nor the Capitol Building, to lecture their constitutional peers. This Jeffersonian practice saved a great deal of effort and expense in terms of setup and security, not to mention avoiding a great deal of political posturing by the parties. Woodrow Wilson, the man who gave us the Jim Crow laws, and the IRS, and elect ...
"Obama is the worst president ever". Did y'all forget about Richard Nixon, Woodrow Wilson, Jimmy Carter, GEORGE BUSH LOL
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Here's an open forum question for all to chime in, and please give a description of why you chose who you did... Who do you think was the last honest AND honorable United States president? I put my money on Andrew Jackson, the 7th US president (1829–1837) ... He destroyed the monopolies that held reign over the developing country, one of which was the centralized bank which made the robber barons of that time, wealthy beyond their wildest dreams. He then penned this little ditty on his way out of office... " The bold effort the present bank has made to control the government, the distress it had wantonly produced...are but premonitions of the fate that awaits the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it. " But alas, so quickly we forget how bad, bad can be. Congress being spoon fed ideas from a group of privileged elite, and championed by Republican Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, devised the " Aldrich Plan " which basically handed ...
Charles Evans Hughes The eligibility of Charles Evans Hughes (1862–1948) was questioned in an article written by Breckinridge Long, one of Woodrow Wilson's campaign workers, and published on December 7, 1916 in the Chicago Legal News — a full month after the U.S. presidential election of 1916, in which Hughes was narrowly defeated by Woodrow Wilson. Long claimed that Hughes was ineligible because his father was not yet naturalized at the time of his birth and was still a British citizen (in fact, both his parents were British citizens and never became U.S. citizens). Observing that Hughes, although born in the United States, was also (according to British law) a British subject and therefore "enjoy[ed] a dual nationality and owe[d] a double allegiance", Long argued that a native born citizen was not natural born without a unity of U.S. citizenship and allegiance and stated: "Now if, by any possible construction, a person at the instant of birth, and for any period of time thereafter, owes, or may owe ...
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100 years ago Woodrow Wilson hosted screenings of Birth of a Nation at the White House. Now Barack Obama is showing Selma.
A Brief History of the U.S. Army Air Corps "1 August 1907 OFFICE MEMORANDUM NO. 6 An Aeronautical Division of this office is hereby established, to take effect this date. This division will have charge of all matters pertaining to military ballooning, air machines and all kindred subjects. All data on hand will be carefully classified and plans perfected for future tests and experiments. The operations of this division are strictly confidential and no information will be given out by any party except through the Chief Signal Officer of the Army or his authorized representative. Captain Charles DeF. Chandler, Signal Corps, is detailed in charge of this division, and Corporal Edward Ward and First-class Private Joseph E. Barrett will report to Captain Chandler for duty in this division under his immediate direction. J. Allen, Brigadier General, Chief Signal Officer of the Army" With his Office Memorandum No. 6 of 1 August 1907, U.S. Army Brigadier General James Allen established the Aeronautical Division of ...
Camden at Woodrow Wilson boys' basketball on Saturday will tip at noon. Originally scheduled for 2 p.m.
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Woodrow Wilson leads at Winfield 70-53 with 3:11 left in the game.
During Woodrow Wilson’s presidency (1913-1921), Edward Mandell House had this to say in a private meeting with the President: “Very soon, every American will be required to register their biological property [that’s you and your children] 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 affect our security as a charge back for our fiat paper currency. Every American will be forced to register or suffer being able to work and earn a living. They will be our chattels [property] 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 [Birth Certificate] to us will be rendered bankrupt and insolvent, secured by their pledges. They will be stripped of their rights and given a commercial value designed to make us a ...
June 4, 1963, a virtually unknown Presidential decree, Executive Order 10, was signed with the authority to basically strip the Bank of its power to loan money to the United States Federal Government at interest. With the stroke of a pen, President Kennedy declared that the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank would soon be out of business. The Christian Law Fellowship has exhaustively researched this matter through the Federal Register and Library of Congress. We can now safely conclude that this Executive Order has never been repealed, amended, or superceded by any subsequent Executive Order. In simple terms, it is still valid. When President John Fitzgerald Kennedy - the author of Profiles in Courage -signed this Order, it returned to the federal government, specifically the Treasury Department, the Constitutional power to create and issue currency -money - without going through the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank. President Kennedy's Executive Order 10 [the full text is displayed further below] g ...
Woodrow Wilson leads Winfield after 3 quarters, 58-46.
'The history of liberty is the history of the limitations on the power of the...' - Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson leads Winfield after the 1st quarter, 20-15.
Woodrow Wilson Classical High School in Eastside, Long Beach, California. a play on the term "Freedom Riders",
Woodrow (lol) Wilson, FDR, Truman, JFK - (proud we "redistrbuted" our gold), LBJ. All war presidents, all democrats, hmm.
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On teamwork: We should not only use all the brains we have, but all that we can borrow. -Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson at Winfield for me tonight. I'll be on the call with on Winfield Sports Net.
In honor of this week's Salem County Rewind shows Woodrow Wilson campaigning in Woodstown, fun history facts.
My war crimes professor this morning said "there was a problem with Woodrow Wilson, he was a democrat"
Woodrow Wilson, great intentions, bad analysis
Woodrow Wilson on why we are here:. via
You shld find out more about progressive heroes Woodrow Wilson, FDR, Margaret Sanger, Hugo Black's KKK affinity.
David Lloyd George, Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, Georges Clemenceau, and Woodrow Wilson at Treaty of Versailles, 1919 ht…
Everyone come out & support the WHS Boys Basketball team as they take on Woodrow Wilson! Home @ 7:30💚
"There is such a thing as a man being too proud to fight" -Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president of the USA. He's also an alleged pimp
loved your account of Woodrow Wilson! You could have been talking about a certain current president at times!
The good of U.S.A. Presidents is George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Quote of the Day:. "The fewer the desires, the more peace." - Woodrow Wilson.
January 10. League of Nation Founding 95th anniversary. Championed by Woodrow Wilson, the League was intended to...
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January 8th: Feast of Saints Lawrence Giustiniani and Lucian of Beauvais and Our Lady of Prompt Succor. In 1642, astronomer Galileo Galilei (77) died in Arcetri, Italy. In 1790, President George Washington delivered his first State of the Union address to Congress in New York. In 1815, the last major engagement of the War of 1812 came to an end as U.S. forces led by Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans. (Given the slowness of communications at the time, the battle took place even though the United States and Britain had already signed a peace treaty.) In 1863, America's First Transcontinental Railroad had its beginnings as California Gov. Leland Stanford broke ground for the Central Pacific Railroad in Sacramento. (The transcontinental railroad was completed in Promontory, Utah, in May 1869.) In 1912, the African National Congress was founded in Bloemfontein, South Africa. In 1918, Woodrow Wilson issued his Fourteen Points. In 1935, rock-and-roll legend Elvis Presley ...
Taiah Thorton led Camden Catholic with 23 pts in the 65-41 Victory over Woodrow Wilson. Sierra Taylor with 14 pts Stevens with 17 for Wilson
Will you denounce big fat racists Woodrow Wilson, FDR, Hugo Black, Margaret Sanger, or William Fulbright?
lets go drive off the Woodrow Wilson Bridge
Woodrow Wilson leads Hurricane 36-32 at halftime: Brandon Ford leads Hurricane with 11 points and 4 rebounds
It's 2015 everybody should understand what the Federal Reserve is and it's signing into law by democrat Woodrow Wilson. A traitorous action.
Does the current Democrat Party share an ideological connection w/ racist and progressive Woodrow Wilson?
I am really wide awoke with energy. Like I can go run the Woodrow Wilson Bridge twice 😟
It was said of Woodrow Wilson he had no friends, only devoted slaves & enemies. That comes too close to describing Obama. - Thomas Sowell
"Detroit man killed between Woodrow Wilson and Rosa Parks". So he was killed between the White House and the front seat of a bus?
On this day, 1856, a president was born. Who was it? None other than Woodrow Wilson! Amazing!
...As an afterthought, Woodrow Wilson was born this day, 1856.
Happy Birthday. Thomas Woodrow Wilson . 28 December 1856 – 3 February 1924 . He was the 28th President of the United States . from 1913 to 1921
This Day in History December 28th - The Meaning of the American Flag and The Pledge On December 28, 1945, Congress made the Pledge of Allegiance the official national pledge to the U.S. flag. Noted clergyman Henry Ward Beecher (1813–87) reminded us what our flag means: "If one asks the meaning of our flag, I say it means just what Concord and Lexington meant, what Bunker Hill meant. It means the whole glorious Revolutionary War. It means all that the Declaration of Independence meant. It means all that the Constitution of our people, organizing for justice, for liberty, and for happiness, meant. Under this banner rode Washington and his armies. . . . It waved on the highlands at West Point. . . . This banner streamed in light over the soldiers’ heads at Valley Forge. . . . It crossed the waters rolling with ice at Trenton. . . . Our flag carries American ideas, American history, and American feelings. Beginning with the colonies, and coming down to our time, in its sacred heraldry, in its glorious ins ...
Woodrow Wilson. The 28th president of the United States. Born on this day in 1856.
Via Diane Poland on colonialism: "Naomi, as I posted the quote from Woodrow Wilson supporting corporate interests by kicking down doors and establishing colonies in other countries, etc., when corporations have needs they use Edward Bernays tenets to achieve and cajole. It's a Jedi mind trick and we fall for it BUT we are waking up. I give you the United Fruit Company Poem. Central and South America underwent the same with the help of Dulles. It's beyond shameful and yet these countries are still vilified and undermined for control when they try to break free from Corporate US hegemony. If you don't play along, you're labeled and vilified, even exterminated. Notice the reference to religion in the first few sentences. It is used as a tool because it's a common denominator that gains support quickly. We must save their "souls" as they are savages. " "United Fruit Co." By Pablo Neruda When the trumpet sounded everything was prepared on earth, and Jehovah gave the world to Coca-Cola Inc., Anaconda, Ford Moto ...
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Museum in Staunton welcomed dozens of visitors Sunday to celebrate the president's 158th birthday.
and here are people made of Woodrow Wilson.
JFD's Five Random Thoughts for Today. 5: It must be nice to be a Democrat in Illinois: you don't have to bother with running your own campaigns because you can just sit back and watch the Republicans nominate Democrats for senate and governor. Even when you lose the election, you win the election... 4: Going to Catholic Mass nowadays, now that we speak English, you have to be on time for church. Back before Vatican II, you could be Late in... 3: Kevin Costner's in all these post-apocolyptic movies like Waterworld, and The Postman and Field of Dreams. What's the point of having an apocalypse if you're still stuck with Kevin Costner? 2: Today is the anniversary of the birth of Woodrow Wilson. I can't bring myself to celebrate this one as an "on this day in history" post. Wait for February 3... And the Number One Random Thought for Today is: 1: I'm fine with remakes of classic movies if you do a GREAT job, but the better the original, the more of a risk there is. In the case of the new "ANNIE", w ...
Happy birthday to our 28th president, Woodrow Wilson, born Dec 28, 1856.
Woodrow Wilson was the man behind attack.against Black.# shame america
Happy birthday Woodrow Wilson! Join us at 2pm in the nave for the wreath laying ceremony at his tomb by our armed forces.
and apparently Woodrow Wilson. Buck and Stan are cool though.
Armenia, the first nation to become Christian during the Roman era, called its capitol of Ani, the "city of a 1,001 churches," but beginning in 1071 AD, Muslim Turks invaded, making Christians second-class citizens called "dhimmi" and forcing boys to convert and serve in the Muslim army as "Janissaries." When the Ottoman Empire declined in the 1880's, Greeks, Serbs and Romanians won independence, but Armenia was trapped by Sultan Abdul Hamid, who killed 100,000. During World War I, three generals, called "Young Turks," killed over a million men, women and children, marching them into deserts, throwing them off cliffs or burning them alive. Armenian cities of Kharpert, Van and Ani were leveled. Russia came to their aid till the Bolshevik revolution began. Armenia's pleas at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference led President Wilson in a failed effort to make Armenia a U.S. protectorate. Woodrow Wilson, who was born DECEMBER 28, 1856, told Congress, May 24, 1920: "The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has est ...
28 December 1856. Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton, Virginia. He is the only US President ever to gain a PhD.
G20 leaders clueless about how to avoid the next economic crisis ASHOKA MODY THE AUSTRALIAN DECEMBER 29, 2014 IN December 2007, professors Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff compared the gathering US subprime crisis to previous financial crises. They predicted a severe economic crisis in the US and that it would take about three years before the economic recovery started. They proved to be remarkably accurate. The recovery in the US started in 2010 and, although tepid, it has persisted. But there was no analysis of how the world economy would fare. Although it has become more interconnected, there has never been a framework to *** global prospects other than by adding up countries’ gross domestic product. In 2007, the global economy appeared extraordinarily healthy. World trade had experienced unusually dynamic growth of 9 per cent a year between 2004 and 2007. The presumption was that the US scare would have a temporary effect. But more than six years later, the world economy is in worse shape. Japa .. ...
28th December 1856, Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the USA was born. He visited in 1918.
TMDS was going to close out the unhappy old year with a wrap up with a peek into a hopefully bright future. However that is too much too soon for me this weekend. The brain injury radio network will offer a show with my father Woodrow Wilson Duffin at the helm. Next week I will return live from downtown somewhere, its The way my father would have wanted it. Thank you for your patience and considerations.
If you think about what you ought to do for other people, your character will take care of itself. Woodrow Wilson.
If Reagan is guilty for the spread of AIDS (unprotected sex was the ACTUAL cause), then Woodrow Wilson is guilty for the flu pandemic.
"If you want to make enemies, try to change something." — Woodrow Wilson
The life, times, and impact of Woodrow Wilson on America and the world.
A glimpse into Woodrow Wilson as a boy in Augusta, Ga., and the later impact one Civil War memory may have had.
Woodrow Wilson's earliest memory? A man came to his father’s gate saying Lincoln had been elected president and there was going to be war.
Happy birthday, Woodrow Wilson, and One is a clever, artistic, compassionate, progressive bastion. The other is Woody
Woodrow Wilson born 1856, winner and President during
"We are not put into this world to sit still and know; we are put into it to act." - US President Woodrow Wilson born
"I am perfectly sure that the state has got to control everything that everybody needs and uses." Woodrow Wilson. 1919.
Woodrow Wilson (1856): Wilson served as US president from 1913 to 1921, a period that spanned the country's in...
Happy birthday to the 28th American President, Woodrow Wilson! Today is his 158th birthday.
“The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it”. - Woodrow Wilson.
On this day in December 28, 1856, 28th U.S. President Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton, Virginia.
Washington capitals what a ticket . Love that potomac . Woodrow Wilson Bridge
Postmarked in History, 12/28/1856: 28th President and world leader Woodrow Wilson is born. Visit...
"Never murder a man who is committing suicide.". ― Woodrow Wilson (born this day, December 28, 1856)
Today in 1856, The 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson was born. He was known for progressive reform.
The only U.S. President to have held a Ph.D, Woodrow Wilson (D), was born on this day in 1856.
Dec 28, 1856: Woodrow Wilson is born. Thomas Woodrow Wilson, who will become the 28th president of the United...
Notable Birthdays for December 28 Those born on this date include: - Woodrow Wilson, 28th president of the Unite...
Today is the birthday of Denzel Washington, Ray Borque, Woodrow Wilson, Joe Diffie, and Richard Clayderman. Denzel is 60 today. He starred as Dr. Phillip Chandler on "St. Elsewhere." Denzel starred in the movies "Training Day" "Philadelphia" "Remember The Titans" "Malcolm X" "American Gangster" and "Flight." Ray is 54 today. He played defenseman for the Boston Bruins (1979-2000) and Colorado Avalanche (2000-2001). Ray won the Calder Trophy (Best rookie) in 1980. He won the Norris Trophy (Best defenseman) in 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, and 1994. Ray helped the Avalanche win the Stanley Cup in 2001. He is a member of the Hockey Hall Of Fame. Woodrow would be 158 today. He was the 28th President Of The United States (1913-1921). Joe is 54 today. He is known for the country hits "Home" "If You Want Me To" "If The Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)" "New Way (To Light Up An Old Flame)" "Is It Cold In Here" "Ships That Don't Come In" "Honky Tonk Attitude" "Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die)" "John Deere Green" . ...
The law of the land is the Constitution not the Police, that being said People that submit to the Police are slaves to the state serving the very People who swore to serve them. Here is an example of a Law created for Revenue. The Seatbelt Law is just a tool for pulling and searching more cars so they can generate more Profit in violation of the Rights the People. The People are not a source of profit, That would mean that We are slaves to the State, Right? We hired them to serve US, how do We let them convert US into slaves? Before 1913 there was no income tax or inflation, but thanks to the Federal Reserve Act, signed on Dec. 23, 1913 by Woodrow Wilson, We gave the Privately owned bank Power to loan US our own Money plus Interest=debt. By 1933 they caused a depression, removed the Gold standard currency, and replaced it with Federal Reserve Notes. From then on All your Public Servants serve the state on behalf of the Banks instead of you. And You became a Slave to the National Debt Under your Social sec ...
Today in History: 1913 Woodrow Wilson signs the Federal Reserve Act, creating our modern Fed central banking system.
Edith Wilson, 2nd wife of Woodrow Wilson, sometimes unofficially referred to as america's first woman president
are you referring to the 28th President of The United States, Woodrow Wilson?
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28th President / Woodrow Wilson. “The Bible is the one supreme source of revelation of the...
Injuries giving new Woodrow Wilson coach an early trial by fire
During his year-end press conference, President Obama channelled the words of the late Pres. Woodrow Wilson and said "I love Seth Rogan!"
Fact: The last president to make a Belgian waffle joke was Woodrow Wilson.
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I thought Woodrow Wilson was the first president to give a State of the Union address.
On Sunday December 14, 2014 The Woodrow Wilson Alumni Group DC Chapter had learned that current school principal Pete Cahall tenure at Woodrow Wilson will end at the end of the school year. The school boards decision to terminate Mr. Cahall stated that the decision was made based on the reading and…
*Andrew Jackson, George Bush, White people in general .. “Woodrow Wilson ruined America”
On This Day. 1915: Woodrow Wilson, widowed in 1914, became the third President to wed in office, marrying Edith Galt
12/18/15: Woodrow Wilson married 2nd wife Edith Bolling. Find out why some say she is 1st woman prez:
Well, it all starts with President Woodrow Wilson by signing the bill that put the into action on Dec 23, 1913
Cuba exchange is another by the weakest US president in American history. O makes Woodrow Wilson look competent.
Alright angry Trivia Crack told me Woodrow Wilson was president at the turn of the 20th century.
Portrait of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson formed by 21,000 soldiers at Camp Sherman, Ohio in 1918 '
WHAT SOME GREAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT THE BIBLE "It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.” George Washington “I am sorry for men who do not read the Bible every day. I wonder why they deprive themselves of the strength and pleasure.” Woodrow Wilson “Hold fast to the Bible as the sheet anchor of your liberties, write its precepts on your hearts and practice them in your lives.” Ulysses S. Grant “The Bible is a book in comparison with which all others are of minor importance, and which in all my perplexities and distresses has never failed to give me light and strength.” Robert E. Lee “If we will not be governed by God, then we will be ruled by tyrants.” William Penn “The more profoundly we study this wonderful book [the Bible], and the more closely we observe its divine precepts, the better citizens we will become and the higher will be our destiny as a nation.” William McKinley “Education is useless without the Bible.” Daniel Webster “A thorough under ...
Eugenics is left-wing. It started in the early 20th Century by Progressives like Woodrow Wilson & Margaret Sanger.
.I agree with you. Read what H. G. Wells, H. L. Mencken, Woodrow Wilson, & Margaret Sanger had to say.
Big day today! at Lancaster HS.. Top teams playing, Prime Prep, Kimball HS, Woodrow Wilson
Lone Star Invitational you got airtime this morning Woodrow Wilson is waiting.
Origins go back as far as Woodrow Wilson. Maybe its better to call it "Progressive Phone"!
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1913 WAS A GREAT YEAR FOR THE ILLUMINATI - THAT WAS THE YEAR THEY OFFICIALLY TOOK COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE FORMER USA, AND PUT THE SECRET SHADOW GOVERNMENT IN CHARGE OF EVERYTHING. Woodrow Wilson signed the 1913 Federal Reserve Act that created the Federal Reserve thus allowing a private bank run by the cabal bankers to print US reserve notes (money) & then charge the USA interest on the money it created out of thin air. He also created the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to collect taxes from corporations and capital gains taxes from individuals. However, today the IRS even collects taxes from individual earnings & wages (which is a 100% voluntary tax according to the IRS) that the people pay because they are fearful of their government, yet even today no law exists to allow the government to tax individual earnings & wages from a job or non-incorporated business. In fact both The Federal Reserve and The Internal Revenue Service are both illegal institutions. A few years later Woodrow Wilson wrote: “I a ...
up there, but I suggest looking to both Bush's policies and Woodrow Wilson as a person
If you're like me you have Libertarian, and Conservative friends who share memes like this, it pisses you off. They feel pretty smug, as if the time before the Income tax was some sort of magical garden of Eden. As with any idealization of an historical period, they are wrong. Life expectancy was 52. Women didn't have the right to vote. There were no labor protections. Automobiles had just entered mass production, so many Americans had not seen a car outside of photograph. There was no interstate highway system. The hypothetical taxes are theft argument goes marching on relentlessly, and ignorantly. The 1800's were not America's greatest century the 1900's were, and for *** good reasons. We are all beneficiaries of Woodrow Wilson's progressive policies. The progressive income tax provided the revenue stream that provided for a military that not only fought wars, but as an indirect result pushed scientific, and medical advances. The FDIC social security, Medicare, and Medicaid, food stamps, and u ...
Factoid of the day: Helen Keller & Woodrow Wilson among 220 people buried in National Cathedral.
I'd like to give a very brief overview of American History, inspired by my friend Timothy Mitchell, which addresses a very condensed version of american history regarding progressive/liberals, and government, in general. Now, let's start with the Civil War. It was a Republican, Abraham Lincoln, that freed to slaves. Several years later, it was the democrats that started the terror group, the KKK. Then, under Woodrow Wilson, at the turn of the last century, started the "Progressive Movement," the "voluntary income tax",which is now our nemesis. Woodrow Wilson also, with the 16th amendment, created the Federal Reserve, which manipulates our economy, and regulates our banks, and set up the IRS to take our money, without cause, and without due-process. Now let's move into the 40's. FDR set up the "New Deal" program, which set up many of our illegitimate social programs to attempt to get us out of the "Great Depression" , when, the fact of the matter is, we were in WWII, and we needed people to build tanks an ...
The First World War: The Real Lessons of This Savage Imperial Bloodbath - Seumas Milne - In the midst of deepening austerity, David Cameron is desperate to play the national card. Any one will do. He's worked the Queen's jubilee and the Olympics for all they're worth. Now the prime minister wants a "truly national commemoration" of the first world war in the runup to 2014 that will "capture our national spirit ... like the diamond jubilee." So £50m has been found to fund a four-year programme of events, visits to the trenches from every school and an ambitious redevelopment of the Imperial War Museum. Ministers have promised there will be no "jingoism," but Cameron says he wants to remember those who "gave their lives for our freedom" and ensure that "the lessons learned live with us for ever." In case there were any doubt about what those lessons might be, the Times has declared that despite the war's unhappy reputation, Britain's cause was "essentially just," a necessary response to aggression by a "xe ...
Just a thought for today from American Thinker: "The fatal flaw of the Left has always been overestimating their own intelligence and talent and underestimating the political learning curve of their opponents. From the presidency of Woodrow Wilson on, progressive elites have believed themselves to be far superior in every way to the leaden hoi polloi they feel so entitled to control, lie to, cheat and steal from. We need to be manipulated and controlled for our, and their, own good. We must be kept in our place to protect their place. Non-political Americans may be slow learners to be sure, easily lulled into the cliche that "there is little difference between the parties," that "only the left cares about people," that equality of outcome is more important than equality of opportunity. So what do we do about them? What we just did, for starters: vote them out of office. In two years, we must vote out the rest of them. There is not a single honest broker among them at the moment, sad to say. Think P ...
In the United States, the Veteran's Day holiday is celebrated Tuesday, November 11th (this is also Remembrance Day in Canada). In the early 1970's, Veteran's Day became a "movable" holiday -- the fourth Monday of October. In 1978, at the urging of veteran's groups who realized the sanctity of the date, Congress returned Veteran's Day to November 11th (if on a weekend, it moves to the closest Friday or Monday). Please remember that this day is not to honor war, but rather to honor the sacrifice made by others for our freedom. What we call Veteran's Day is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice in the Forest of Compiegne by the Allies and the Germans in 1918 (the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month). This signified the end of World War I and was originally known as Armistice Day. President Woodrow Wilson signed the Congressional Resolution on Nov. 11, 1919, the first Armistice Day. However, after World War II, the day began to lose meaning and since there were many other veterans to conside ...
Veterans’ Day. Originally it was called “Armistice Day,” so proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919. It was made a federal holiday in 1938 and in 1954 Congress renamed it Veterans’ Day. We don’t associate the word military with the word love. Quite the opposite. What the military does seems to be the direct antithesis to love. But imagine yourself in a foxhole. Imagine yourself being shot at in an airplane. Imagine your ship being torpedoed. Whether you were drafted or enlisted, you’re putting your life on the line for others. Now we’re not just talking about being a good citizen, voting, and the like, which, of course, are our duties and privilege. Now we’re talking about facing death to save others. “Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13). In fact, our veterans demonstrated love when they put their lives on the line. It shows how confused is our society’s understanding of love. It shows that love is more than r ...
Woodrow Wilson, a former president of the United States of America belongs to this School of Thought. He distinguished between " men of words" and "men of action." Hans Morgenthau corroborates Wilson's thesis by showing that "in politics the men of thought cannot act and the men of action cannot think." But in Chief Hyacinth Ikpor, one distills the traits of a pragmatist who acts as a man of thought and thinks as a man of action. When such a man emerges and take charge of affair in an underdeveloped polity like Ebonyi State, leadership scores maximum achievement in human development. Chief Hyacinth Ikpor is, indeed, an example of the homogenous mixture of thought and action in a single individual. Thank God the Ebonyi PDP caucus in the House of Reps has described as unacceptable the emergence of Onyebuchi Chukwu as "concensus" candidate in the governorship election in 2015. Ebonyians ronu (think).
All big individuals are dreamers ☆ They see the soft haze of a spring day Red fire on a long winter's eve... Some of us have let those great dreams drift and die while others nourish and protect them to this day. Nourish and nurture your dreams through bad days until they are brought to sunshine and light which comes always to those who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true. Spoken by President Woodrow Wilson Keep working, striving, moving closer to YOUR dream which is your truth. Quitting is not truly who you are. Let all that is false fall away from your existence. Bloom into your dreams taking root here and now.
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Archive highlights were: Woodrow Wilson's ship diary when he travelled to Versailles for League of Nations discussions...
You killed the Author of life, whom God raised from the dead. Acts 3:15 Fighting in World War I ceased when the armistice began the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, 1918. In November 1919, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the day as one to be commemorated with reflections “filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations.” Congress later resolved that that day should be one of “thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations.” It is a day “to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.” (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website) And so it should be! There was ...
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The Woodrow Wilson Center's Mexico Institute and the Be Foundation are pleased to host the First Binational Forum on Migration and the Right to an Identity: The Double Invisibility of Mexican Migrants in light of Potential U.S. Immigration Reform. The forum will provide for the analysis and discussi…
"Taking on all age levels": Nate Carr Wrestling Clinic returning to Beckley Saturday at Woodrow Wilson.
My politics professor walked into class as Woodrow Wilson. He is teaching in character.
I have it on good authority that Woodrow Wilson spent 21% of his presidency in blackface.
It's part of the plan. See O's ideological match, Woodrow Wilson.
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 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…
Jim Powell is explaining why Woodrow Wilson ruined everything, live now on
Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, 1901-09, William Howard Taft, 1909-13, and Woodrow Wilson, 1913-21 are often referred to
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?
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,
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.[56] 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.[64][65][66] He further argued that Lusitania had on previous voyages carried munitions and Allied troops.[65] 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.
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.
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!
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