Why did President Woodrow Wilson keep a flock of sheep on the White House lawn?
The sight of sheep grazing on the south lawn of the White House may seem unusual, but during World War I, it was a highly visible symbol of home front...
The Best Books To Learn About President Woodrow Wilson |
A ranking of all the best books about Woodrow Wilson. Part 28 of our Best Presidential Books Series.
How Woodrow Wilson Planted the Seeds of Big Government
Much like activist judges, Woodrow Wilson believed the Constitution should evolve to suit the times.
How President Woodrow Wilson tried to end all wars once and for all
Following World War I, President Woodrow Wilson nearly died trying to ensure world peace.
“The way to stop financial “joy-riding” is to arrest the chauffeur, not the automobile “
I find this an interesting concept that can be applied to management accounting. If you know me, you will know that I advocate the use of one’s internal accounting system, whether it is a six or se…
How Woodrow Wilson’s Propaganda Machine Changed American Journalism
The media are still feeling the impact of an executive order signed in 1917 that created 'the nation's first ministry of information'
The Leader's Life & Work: Leadership Lessons From The Life Of Woodrow Wilson
The Benefit of Biographies The American historian and social critic, Arthur M. Schlesinger, said "Biographies of American presidents constitute a chronicle of wisdom and folly, nobility and pettiness, courage and cunning, forthrightness and deceit, quarrel and consensus." John Milton Cooper, Jr's 700-page tome on the life of Thomas Woodrow Wilson was everything Schlesinger described I could, without exaggeration, write a short book on the lessons I…
Just Why Exactly Is Woodrow Wilson Rated so Highly by Historians? It's a Puzzlement.
It’s understandable why earlier generations of scholars ranked him high. They overlooked his racism, hostility to women’s suffrage, and religious zealotry. ...
Woodrow Wilson High School seniors see class ranking mix-up days before graduation, DISD admits...
Some students did the same amount of work in a course as other students but were given double the credit.
Jay Evensen: 100 Thanksgivings later, have we lived up to Woodrow Wilson's hopes?
Woodrow Wilson said winning the Great War would help the nation preserve "the best traditions of our national history.” So, have we done so?
100 Years Ago, Woodrow Wilson Visited Pueblo and Rocky Ford. It Was The Last He Was Seen Before A...
Not long after a speech at Memorial Hall and shaking hands in Rocky Ford, the president suffered a debilitating stroke.
2005 Secret Service Eisenhower Executive Office Ornament
Next door to the White house, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building (EEOB) commands a unique position in both our national history and architectural heritage.
2007 Secret Service Ornament Gift Set
The White House Ornament Collection presents the 2007 Secret Service Ornament Gift Set The design of the 2007 ornament is inspired by the 'National Christmas Tree'. In November 1923, First Lady Grace Coolidge gave permission for the District of Columbia Public Schools to erect a Christmas tree on the Ellipse south of the White House. The organizers named the tree the 'National Christmas Tree.' The design…
2008 Secret Service Ornament Gift Set
Receive a 10% discount when you purchase these two beautiful, official Secret Service ornaments together. The 2008 Secret Service Ornament Gift Set includes both the 2008
We all dream for a white Christmas, but how about a white Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away and many are starting to wonder what the weather will be like.
Inside The Amazing History Of The White House Ornament
Julie Mason is a veteran journalist and host of The Press Pool heard weekdays from 3-6pm East on POTUS, SiriusXM 124. Listen on demand at www.siriusxm.com/ondemand Julie talks with Stewart McLaurin,
How Artist Woodrow White Uses Humor to Confront Our Monsters
There's much to learn about humanity from Woodrow White's paintings. Through a kitschy backdrop of movie sets and museums, he uses humor to reveal the insecurity, vanity, & illusions behind image-making.
Gaylon H. White author of Singles and Smiles: How Artie Wilson Broke Baseball’s Color Barrier
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Why Isn’t The Gentle Arrest Of The White Man Accused Of Stabbing Nia Wilson Getting More Media...
5 Lessons from Wilson to Wilson
With Sunday being Father’s Day and today being Ernest CEO, Mr. Charles Wilson’s, 92nd birthday (that’s right, 92!), we couldn’t think of a better time to reflect on what being a family business really means for Ernest Packaging Solutions. So we asked president Tim Wilson to tell us the favorite lessons he’s learned from his