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ROBBIE CONAL Contradiction [Ronald Reagan], 1988 Oil on canvas 53 x 40 inches

Portraits · U.S. Presidents

President Woodrow Wilson

18th President Ulysses S. Grant, victorious Union general of the Civil War

Funeral of President John F. Kennedy, Nov 25, 1963

The last photograph of President Lincoln while alive, taken in 1865 by Alexander Gardner. - From Twitter

The Net Worth of Every U.S. President. Based on: http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2010/05/the-net-worth-of-the-us-presidents-from-washington-to-obama/57020/

28th President Woodrow Wilson's delivers his second Inaugural speech (1917)

Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican president. The Republican Party was founded to stop slavery.

President Kennedy and his children with their pony, Macaroni, at The White House

"This is the Zodiac speaking..." The Zodiac Killer claimed to have killed 37 people in northern California from the late 60's to the early 70's. Notorious for sending letters to the news papers teasing police and citizens a like to clues and hints to find out who he was. after 40 years the case remains open, and unsolved.

Inside the Labyrinth "Crystals" | A little behind the scenes look at Michael Moschen and his performance of Jareth's crystal ball manipulations.

Why Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian Is The Most Overrated Novel Of The 20th Century - Sabotage Times

AGATHA CHRISTIE'S SURFING SECRET REVEALED! Research by Pete Robinson, founder of the Devon-based Museum of British Surfing, suggests Christie and her first husband, Archie, may been among the first Britons to learn how to surf standing up. LOL Good to know that she was a surfer between two Ms Marple story:)

Melissa Broder Is Twitter’s Most Fascinating Poet

Breaking Bad & Walt Whitman The novelistic television show Breaking Bad concluded the first half of its 5.season this weekend with an episode called “Gliding Over It All”–a title drawn from a Walt Whitman poem, “Gliding O’er all.” Whitman’s Leaves of Grass figured heavily in the plot of the show, both thematically and as a plot device. You can find more about Whitman and other poems on Poemhunter, follow this link to his page: http://www.poemhunter.com/walt-whitman/

Mary Shelley’s handwritten poem “Absence”, on the death of her husband. "Ah! he is gone — and I alone; How dark and dreary seems the time! ‘Tis Thus, when the glad sun is flown, Night rushes o’er the Indian clime. Is there no star to cheer this night No soothing twilight for the breast? Yes, Memory sheds her fairy light, Pleasing as sunset’s golden west. ... "