As the field of presidential candidates grows, so does the absolute certainty with which they claim to understand what ails the nation and how to fix it.
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Most recent presidents became more popular with the American public after leaving office, according to polling data released by Gallup on Thursday.
Taxpayer-funded perks for ex-presidents added up to nearly $4 million in the 2011 fiscal year, records show. Perks included $15,000 for Jimmy Carter's...
As we reflect on this country's history with the celebration of President's Day we do so in a tumultuous world witnessing vast and rapid transformatio...
Americans and their media treat ex-presidents like kids treat difficult parents once they either die or stop parenting and start doing something useful, like helping them to pay off a mortgage.
There's the Star Trek solution of changing the time-space continuum, but I'm hesitant to recommend that because of the damage it might do to the Obamas' new White House vegetable garden.
There is no pretext this time of helping anyone but themselves -- a change from the days when "W" dispatched his father and his predecessor to work in tandem for the world's good.
The American people are starting to feel confident about the economy, and confident that the country is going in the right direction again.
As President Bush leaves the White House and returns to Texas, we can only hope for him what we want for ourselves; to learn from our mistakes and to do good in the world with the time.
Obama M.O.: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. (Check it out. He just loves working the other side of the fence.)
Despite your leaving disaster in your wake in every other facet of your presidency, AIDS is the one issue the world will still listen to you on.
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