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The Presidential Coverup You’ve Never Heard Of

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Franklin D. Roosevelt has generally been described by those who knew him as a supremely confident man. In terms of his ebullient personality and certitude that he was leading the Depression-scarred nation in the right direction, this is certainly so.
Jul 25, 2015

The Presidential Coverup You've Never Heard Of: excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 26, 2015

The Presidential Coverup You've Never Heard Of: excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 26, 2015

RT @WestWingReport: The Presidential Coverup You've Never Heard Of: excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Roll ‘Em: Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Movies and the White House

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble While the Reagans never lacked for rich and famous friends, they were never more content when they were alone together.
Jul 22, 2015

"Roll 'em: The Reagans, Movies and the Presidency" - excerpt from "Under This Roof," my new White House book medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 22, 2015

At first summit w/Gorbachev, Reagan said U.S. & Soviet Union should work together to counter an alien invasion medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 22, 2015

The Reagans watched some 362 movies during their White House years - but Jimmy Carter beat that by a wide margin: medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 22, 2015

Of all the movies the Reagans made, they made just one together - & saw it at Camp David. Excerpt from my new book: medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 23, 2015

Of all the movies the Reagans made, they made just one together - & saw it at Camp David. Excerpt from my new book: medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Why the U.S. has a long-term edge over China

marketwatch.com — By As a young student in Moscow prior to the Soviet Union's collapse, I was amazed to learn that authorities used to keep Xerox machines under lock and key -that's how afraid they were of their own citizens spreading samizdat (unauthorized literature) that might undermine the communist government's control.
Jul 22, 2015

My latest MarketWatch column: why China's economy is in deeper trouble than you think: marketwatch.com/story/why-the-…

Jul 22, 2015

Re: prior tweet. WWR on why China is in far deeper trouble than you think (latest column for @MarketWatch) marketwatch.com/story/why-the-…

Jul 23, 2015

Ever the contrarian, WWR explains why U.S. has a long-term economic edge over China, in latest @MarketWatch column marketwatch.com/story/why-the-…

Jul 23, 2015

I saw this living in Moscow before Soviet Union collapsed - & exists in China today - a sign China econ in trouble marketwatch.com/story/why-the-…

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Ronald and Nancy Reagan: Hollywood on the Potomac

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble The arrival of Ronald and Nancy Reagan in 1981 signaled an end to a difficult period in American history. Gone was Jimmy Carter, an honest but largely ineffective president, a puritanical scold who had outworn his welcome.
Jul 21, 2015

The Reagans: Hollywood on the Potomac. An excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

The President Who Never Took a Day Off

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble  - and share with your friends! ...James K. Polk's focus on his job, his iron-willed determination to achieve his goals before leaving office, was so intense that he rarely took any time off.
Jul 18, 2015

The President Who Never Took A Day Off - an excerpt from my book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 18, 2015

The President Who Never Took A Day Off: an excerpt from my book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 18, 2015

The President Who Never Took A Day Off: an excerpt from my book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 19, 2015

The President Who Never Took A Day Off: an excerpt from my book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

“The Moon, the Stars and all the Planets” - Harry Truman and the decision to drop the Atomic Bomb

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Eight presidents have died in office. Four were assassinated, four died of natural causes.
Jul 17, 2015

Arguably the most momentous presidential decision ever made: To use the atomic bomb. Excerpt from my new book: bit.ly/1LeWyuQ

Jul 17, 2015

RT @WestWingReport: Arguably the most momentous presidential decision ever made: To use the atomic bomb. Excerpt from my new book: bit.ly/1LeWyuQ

Jul 17, 2015

Arguably the most momentous presidential decision ever made: To use the atomic bomb. Excerpt from my new book: bit.ly/1LeWyuQ

Jul 17, 2015

RT @WestWingReport: Arguably the most momentous presidential decision ever made: To use the atomic bomb. Excerpt from my new book: bit.ly/1LeWyuQ

The First Lady Who Ran the Country

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble  - and if you like it, please share with your friends! America's entry into the first world war tipped the scales.
Jul 17, 2015

The First Lady who (really) ran the country. Excerpt from my new history of the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 17, 2015

The First Lady who (really) ran the country. Excerpt from my new history of the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 19, 2015

The First Lady Who (really) Ran the Country. Excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor… … …

Mr. Lincoln’s White House

medium.com — an excerpt from Under This Roof, from Paul Brandus of the award-winning West Wing Reports - pre-ordersavailable on Amazon and Barnes & Noble  - and if you like it, please share with your friends. Thank you!
Jul 11, 2015

Mr. Lincoln's White House: an excerpt from my new book on the White House and presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 11, 2015

Mr. Lincoln's White House: an excerpt from my new book on the White House & presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 12, 2015

Mr. Lincoln's White House: an excerpt from my new book on the White House & presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 13, 2015

Mr. Lincoln's White House: an excerpt from my new book on the White House & presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

Jul 15, 2015

Mr. Lincoln's White House: an excerpt from my new book on the White House & presidency medium.com/@WestWingRepor… … …

From the Ashes: James Monroe and the Monroe Doctrine

medium.com — That the United States had been attacked and the nation's capital ravaged by invasion in 1814 was tragically ironic. One goal of Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase, concluded a decade before, was to enhance the nation's security by expanding westward.
Jul 10, 2015

Chapter excerpt from "Under This Roof," WWR's new book on the White House & presidency: medium.com/@WestWingRepor…

IMF to Congress: Do as I say, not as I do

marketwatch.com — By Hand over the money, do what I say and don't tell me what to do. Other than that, Christine Lagarde, the well-coiffed head of the International Monetary Fund, has been quite reasonable in her dealings with Congress. Is it any wonder that lawmakers-mostly Republicans-won't give her the time of day?
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Aug 01, 2015

After golf President hopped on Marine One w/his golf buddies en route Camp David - more birthday doings

Aug 01, 2015

.@flocktard Barron's is useful for reading 10-Ks, bond math and - oh wait, that's the terminal

Aug 01, 2015

.@flocktard The dozens of tables on municipal yields/coupons are highly useful; why have a Bloomberg

Aug 01, 2015

"As a (conserv/lib), I support (death penalty/pro-choice) but oppose (pro-choice/death penalty). Life is sacred"

Aug 01, 2015

Why hasn't @barronsonline found a financial columnist as good as Alan Abelson? Saturday not as good since he died

Aug 01, 2015

“It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things.” -Theodore Roosevelt

Aug 01, 2015

Seven decades later, the Fulbright Program is the most widely recognized and prestigious international exchange program in the world

Aug 01, 2015

On This Day. 1946: Harry Truman signed the Fulbright Scholarship Program into law – named for Arkansas Sen. J. William Fulbright

Aug 01, 2015

*Sponsor* Wake up with a cup of Batdorf & Bronson #Coffee. Handcrafted single origin coffees & blends. @BatdorfCoffee batdorfcoffee.com



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