Four years ago Barack Obama was elected President with 53% of the vote -- a monumental achievement. He was swept into office with 364 electoral votes, compared to John McCain’s lackluster 162 electoral votes. With 60 votes in the Senate and a lock-step Democrat majority behind then Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the new President had complete party control of Congress. His approval rating by early spring peaked above 70%.
Under which President do you suppose the U.S. economy performed the best for each indicated period of time?
This is the story of two very different American presidents and how they each answered their emergency Libyan phone calls.
Both the 20th and 21st centuries have seen failed presidencies.
MRCTV's Dan Joseph posed the question people at the Emancipation Day celebration in Washington, DC. Check out their responses.
The connection between intelligence and wisdom has been debated since the beginning of recorded history, but it seldom finds more acute form than in our consideration of presidents and presidential candidates. No one disputes that very smart people can do dumb or evil things, and that wisdom is often found in seemingly childlike verities.