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Presidents Day?

Adam Dubowsky | Posted 04.19.2014 | Comedy
Adam Dubowsky

It's Presidents Day! The day we celebrate our founding fathers the way they would've wanted -- by giving 10 percent off all appliances $397 or more at...

Jack Mirkinson

What Our Presidents Can Teach Us About How To Live Our Lives

HuffingtonPost.com | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 01.23.2014 | Teen

Hi everyone! It's time for another edition of your favorite Presidential History Series, "President's Korner"! What, you say you've never heard of ...

They Can Shut Down the Government, but They Can't Stop the Chili

Crazy Legs Conti | Posted 01.23.2014 | Weird News
Crazy Legs Conti

In 1968, as Washington, D.C. was overcome by riots, Ben's Chili Bowl not only stayed open, but served the rioters on one side and the police on the other, proving that chaos may reign in the streets, but chili brings only peace.

Not the Best President, Not the Worst President

Dorian de Wind | Posted 06.29.2013 | Politics
Dorian de Wind

Generally, the following former presidents seem to have found a solid, comfortable place in a cellar that hosts the "worst U.S. presidents": James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce, Millard Fillmore, John Tyler, Warren G. Harding, William Harrison, and Ulysses S. Grant.

Obama Wasn't Actually at the Debate -- It Was His Stand-In

John Blumenthal | Posted 12.10.2012 | Comedy
John Blumenthal

The man at the podium was Leon Fern, Obama's double, a human replica of the President with an uncanny resemblance to him in appearance, mannerisms and speaking voice.

Arizona for Arizonans, Now!

Martin Nolan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Martin Nolan

In 1856, a political movement issued a platform which matched its mission with its name: the American Party. The nativist movement has a clear legacy today.

''The Vice President is The Only Person The President Can't Fire.''

Martin Nolan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Martin Nolan

Barack Obama is pressured by Hillary Clinton to select her as VP, a mathematical question arises: why would he choose someone whom record numbers of Democrats have voted against?