You don’t often see ‘Jon Snow’ and ‘George Washington’ in the same sentence, but the similarities between the two tell us a lot about great leadership and military history.
The first president was more enlightened about Indian affairs than most of his countrymen, but even Washington was a firm believer in ‘what’s good for us is good for them.’
John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, and George Washington hated on immigrants and the media, too.
Bruce Norris’ play is both ranging farce and tragedy, focusing on the extreme individualism that has perverted the American social contract.
The fortunes of this historic beverage have gone up and down over the last several centuries.
Celebrate the original commander-in-chief’s birthday by drinking in one of his old haunts that are still, amazingly, open.
When fire ravaged the Library of Congress in 1851, the cultural casualties included portraits of America’s first three presidents—Washington, Adams and Jefferson—by Gilbert Stuart.