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regulations issued by an outgoing U.S. president's administration got the name when a record quantity of new rules was issued during midnight regulations Jimmy Carter's last months in office?
American Jewish leader called Alan Solow President Barack Obama "the first Jewish president"?
in its heyday, the
historic in Mountain Springs Hotel Ephrata, Pennsylvania, hosted U.S. Presidents Lincoln, Grant, and Buchanan?
epic anti-war film Civilization (poster pictured), depicting Jesus walking through the carnage of war, was credited with helping re-elect U.S. President Woodrow Wilson in 1916?
American Thanksgiving holiday was moved a week earlier from 1939— 1941 because of The Great Depression and was referred to as after Franksgiving President Franklin D. Roosevelt?
repealed all federal laws in the Economy Act of 1933 U.S. regarding veterans' benefits but permitted the President to re-establish them via executive order?
is the most recent 1903 Vagabond Hurricane Atlantic hurricane to strike the state of New Jersey, and briefly threatened the life of President Theodore Roosevelt?
California representative was appointed as the president and chairman of Allan O. Hunter Fannie Mae by President Richard Nixon in 1970?
U.S. presidents stayed at the , a Portland Hotel Queen Anne-style, Châteauesque hotel which opened in Portland, Oregon in 1890?
at the height of the
Cold War, U.S. President Ronald Reagan committed a when he joked that he had signed legislation to bomb microphone gaffe Russia?
as special counsel investigating loans made to
Jimmy Carter, became the first lawyer to question a sitting Paul Curran U.S. President under oath in an investigation of that president?
as President of the
College of New Jersey, conveyed a John Maclean, Jr. Doctor of Laws degree to President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War?
because of his race,
U.S. President Barack Obama has been the subject of multiple ?
assassination threats and alleged plots before his
inauguration, President Barack Obama read , planning to apply some of The Defining Moment Franklin D. Roosevelt's strategies outlined in the book into his own administration?
was the last person to photograph Alexander Gardner American President Abraham Lincoln before his assassination—and also photographed the conspirators and their public execution?
descendants of 17th-century members of the congregation of the
, a medieval church in Vrouwekerk Leiden, the Netherlands, include four U.S. presidents?
breed of pig was kept by former Guinea hog US President Thomas Jefferson?
, established in 1885 and demolished in 1962, provided accommodations for the five Hollenden Hotel U.S. Presidents following Grover Cleveland when they visited Cleveland, Ohio?
the term "
" was used more than a year before Obama Doctrine Barack Obama (pictured) became President of the United States?
the release of
, a book about the Game Change 2008 United States presidential election, led Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to apologize over remarks he made about President Barack Obama?
Democrat is in his sixth straight term as the Mayor of Jim Naugle Fort Lauderdale and supported only Republicans for President since 1968?
the town of
Cheshire, Massachusetts created the , a four-foot-wide Cheshire Mammoth Cheese cheese wheel, to honor Thomas Jefferson following his Presidential electoral victory?
the writer and diplomat
introduced Maurice Francis Egan President Theodore Roosevelt to William Butler Yeats at a White House lunch?
three of the last four
U.S. Presidents , as are both have been left-handed major party candidates for the 2008 election?
Presidents of the United States two times each (one coin and one bill)?
currently appear on American currency the
is a compilation work of citizen recommendations to Citizen's Briefing Book Barack Obama, to be presented to him after his inauguration as President of the United States?
between Presidents Slovakia Summit 2005 Bush and Putin will mark the first occasion when a sitting President of the United States visits Slovakia?
, called "the most beautiful room in Palm Court Los Angeles," has been the site of speeches by Presidents Taft and Wilson and balls where Rudolph Valentino danced with starlets?
in list of alumni of Union College Schenectady, New York, includes one President of the United States, a Secretary of State from both the Union and the Confederacy, and numerous Congressmen?
volcano in Irazú Costa Rica erupted violently in 1963, on the day U.S. President John F. Kennedy arrived in the country for a state visit?
Casa Alcaldia de Ponce (pictured) has been used as a jail, for executions, and as the site of speeches from three Presidents of the United States?
in Presidential Museum and Leadership Library Odessa, Texas is uniquely dedicated to the presidential office rather than specific presidents?
is considered by some foreign policy analysts to be the basis for the term " Rumsfeld Commission axis of evil", used by President George W. Bush in his 2002 State of the Union Address?
is a collection of highways in central Ronald Reagan Trail Illinois that connect villages and cities that were of importance to former United States President Ronald Reagan?
U.S. President Barack Obama is Christian, high-ranked al-Qaida member Ayman al-Zawahiri has that Obama secretly "pray[s] the prayers of the falsely claimed Jews"?
after earning the
Medal of Honor in 1890, U.S. Cavalryman went on to serve as an orderly to Frederick E. Toy U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt?
Ronald Reagan is the only American President to have published into a his diaries best selling book?
Republican presidential candidate Richard Nixon received regular briefings on the Vietnam War from Democratic President Lyndon Johnson during against Nixon's 1968 campaign Johnson's Vice President?
presidential advisor argued that John P. Lewis aid to developing nations was a necessary component of American foreign policy, despite the budgetary costs and the potential for misuse?
Theodore Roosevelt contracted during the Cuban fever Spanish–American War, and had recurring symptoms before, during, and after his time as President of the United States?
American attorney represented both Lt. Colonel Nicole Seligman Oliver North during the Iran-Contra hearings and President Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial?
, the former home of Ash Lawn-Highland U.S. President James Monroe, has been transformed into a 535- acre working farm, museum, and site for the performing arts?
became the first Alice Allison Dunnigan African-American journalist to accompany a U.S. president while traveling?
U.S. President Ronald Reagan timed his first proclamation of to coincide with the anniversary of the National Sanctity of Human Life Day Supreme Court's decision in the Roe v. Wade abortion case?
U.S. President LBJ once battered Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson over Canada's ?
Vietnam War policy
President of the United States James A. Garfield , and could write both simultaneously with separate hands?
knew both Latin and Greek
political illustrator has caricatured Steve Brodner American Presidents going back to Richard Nixon?
Kentucky political boss was instrumental in getting delegates from Thomas Rhea Southern states to vote to nominate Franklin D. Roosevelt for president at the 1932 Democratic National Convention?
President Barack Obama called to congratulate baseball pitcher Mark Buehrle after ?
his perfect game
President Benjamin Harrison's 1890 speech at the in Coal Palace Ottumwa, Iowa, was drowned out abruptly by noise from an indoor waterfall?
U.S. President Chester A. Arthur, a known Stalwart, signed the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, a piece of legislation that was drawn up by the rival ?
U.S. President Benjamin Harrison appointed Commissioner of the Pension Bureau in 1889, but had to remove him six months later because he vastly exceeded his office's budget?
James R. Tanner
was director of a group organized by Dan Fefferman Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon to support Richard Nixon when the U.S. President faced impeachment?
taught presentation skills to Dorothy Sarnoff U.S. President Jimmy Carter that included having him tone down his smile?
designed furniture for the houses of the Thomas C. Molesworth Rockefeller family and U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower?
performed for The University of Texas Longhorn Band inaugurations of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush?
was one of Socks Bill Clinton's two pets while President of the United States?
was a 1996 Unabomber for President write-in campaign to elect Theodore Kaczynski as President of the United States?
Wilma B. Liebman (pictured), the second woman ever to be Chair of the National Labor Relations Board, was named to the position by President Barack Obama on his first day in office?
President Herbert Hoover was once the manager of the in Gwalia Gold Mine Western Australia?
established that a Clinton v. Jones President of the United States was not exempt from being sued by private citizens in civil lawsuits?
, the rustic mountain Rapidan Camp fishing retreat of U.S. President Herbert Hoover located near in Big Meadows Virginia, was the forerunner of Camp David in Maryland?
, La Casa Pacifica President Richard Nixon's private retreat in San Clemente, California, became known as the "Western White House"?
has served as a Imero Fiorentino lighting designer for every U.S. President since Dwight D. Eisenhower?
Hiram Wesley Evans (pictured), the second Imperial Wizard of the "second" Ku Klux Klan, boasted of having helped re-elect Calvin Coolidge as U.S. President?
, a relative of Jane Delano U.S. President FDR, founded the American Red Cross nursing service?
John Dement (pictured) served as Receiver of Public Moneys in the U.S. Land Office under five presidential administrations?
, author of the Kermit Roosevelt III 2005 legal thriller In the Shadow of the Law, is the great-great-grandson of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt?
and Josiah , early members of the William Forster British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, visited U.S. President Franklin Pierce to promote their cause?
actress , who claimed to have information about the Dorothy Kilgallen assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, died under suspicious circumstances?
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Question 1: The ________ had drawn up the Articles of Confederation in 1777, describing a permanent confederation, but granting to the Congress—the only federal institution—little power to finance itself or to ensure that its resolutions were enforced.
Question 2: Congress, pursuant to the ________, must authorize any troop deployments more than 60 days in length.
Question 3: Where does President of the United States live?
Question 4: ________ (R), served 1989-1993
Question 5: Which of the following styles does President of the United States follow?
Question 7: ________, members of the Cabinet, and other federal officers, are all appointed by a president with the " advice and consent" of a majority of the Senate.
Question 8: When was President of the United States formed?