White House Wednesdays

The men and women that occupy the office of the President can only do so for one or two terms. However, there is a constant, a visual reminder of America’s enduring republic – The White House. Our nation’s first president, George Washington, laid the cornerstone of this unique building in 1792 and oversaw the construction… Read More

Please see my recent Op-Ed on FoxNews.com. The star speaker Tuesday at the Republican National Convention was first lady Melania Trump. Standing on the shoulders of past first ladies who have addressed political conventions, she raised the bar for convention speeches by her successors. Mrs. Trump did a brilliant job making a compassionate case for keeping… Read More

The Richard Nixon Foundation has recently released a wonderful Online Exhibit commemorating First Lady Pat Nixon’s visit to Peru in the wake of the Great Peruvian Earthquake of 1970. President Nixon called the 7.9 earthquake “the worst catastrophe ever suffered by a people of the Americas,” and implored the American people to do all they could to help. First… Read More