Having a little trouble finding the source for this quote. Believe it was Reagan. who said "Of all the imperfect forms of government, our is the best man has so far come up with."
I'm trying to figure out how to cite a presidential address that I retrieved from the GPO Access Page using Chicago Style. I can't find examples that seem correct and the Chicago Manual of Style Online is not being helpful either. What all do I need to include? I will post below some of the data I think goes in the citation. [more inside]
I'll make this super-simple: how anonymous is your vote in the United States? I'm currently working for a progressive-oriented group that does lot of work with Democratic politicians/figures - but I'm considering voting third-party in this year's presidential election. [more inside]
Who are the funniest people to follow on Twitter during the presidential debate? [more inside]
Where can I find a place to watch the presidential/vice-presidential debates? [more inside]
Should I vote in the upcoming presidential election? If so, for who? [more inside]
Question about French election 2012 slogan: Prendre le pouvoir! (Hollande) Does it mean We can take it? Or Take it, we can! ???
What Would Have Happened if an American President-Elect Had Died *BEFORE* the 20th Amendment Was Ratified?
What Would Have Happened if an American President-Elect Had Died *BEFORE* the 20th Amendment Was Ratified? [more inside]
Do other countries allow the Head of Government to pardon people convicted of crimes the way the USA does?
Do other countries allow the Head of Government to pardon people convicted of crimes the way the USA does? [more inside]
How common has it been in US history for a Presidential election to prompt celebrations in the streets across the country? [more inside]
Good presidential stand-up? [more inside]
Is the world watching the United States 2008 presidential elections? Who are they routing for? [more inside]
How does one get tickets for the Presidential Inauguration? [more inside]
Ack! I completely missed the presidential debate tonight. Any idea where I can find the full video online? CNN only has clips and nothing's been posted on Youtube as of yet. Thanks a million!
Has anyone seen a pop-up-video style version of the presidential or VP debates that checks facts and names? If not, is there any organization I could suggest this to with any reasonable hope of having them implement it? [more inside]
Where can I observe the vice-presidential debates next Thursday (10/2) near the Smokey Mountains (TN) or near Jonesborough (for the storytelling festival)? [more inside]
Where can I watch the presidential debate online? I don't have a TV! Can I stream the debate online? Video feed preferable.
Where can I find streaming news videos with captions? [more inside]
Anybody know of any bars in Toronto that are screening the presidential debate on Friday? (Assuming McCain doesn't cut and run.)
Bars that will be showing the Presidential Debate next Friday in Chicago. [more inside]
How can I accurately predict the overall winner of the 2008 US Presidential Election. I would also like to know the best methods of accurately predicting the winner of the electoral votes of each individual state. [more inside]
US-election filter: are felons allowed to vote? [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a book about the 1968 presidential campaign -- particularly one that focuses on how Humphrey became the nominee and what really happened at the Democratic convention? [more inside]
How many US presidential candidates, democrat or republican, have lost the first two primary/caucus contests and come back to become their party's nominee? [more inside]
What are the major issues for the 2008 presidential race, and what are the best links that support your view of those issues? [more inside]
Does anyone know the link to a website that displays a list of terms that are used by the president at speeches as a sort of cloud? For example: blah blah blah blah blah WAR blah blah TERROR blah blah TAX I've seen it before, I just can seem to find the link. The website also archives terms used in past speeches. Thanks! [more inside]
I could offer excuses, but I won't. I'm unacceptably uninformed about the presidential hopefuls. Are there any good sites/articles offering summaries, breakdowns and/or analyses of the candidates' views/opinions on key issues? I'm primarily, but not exclusively, interested in the Democratic candidates.
How can I get into the SC debates? [more inside]
Where can I find presidential candidate debates online? [more inside]
So I missed the presidential primary debate yesterday. Is it available in its entirety somewhere online? MSNBC seems to only have clips. Audio only would be just fine.
Where can I download a somewhat high quality video of last night's debate?
US election question: The US Presidential election is being held Nov. 2, 2004. Last election was on Nov. 7th. I was confused last time and this time because I swear that I remember learning that elections are always held on the second Tuesday of November. Anyone aware of whether that second Tuesday thing is a rule, and, if so, is there some historical origin to it? If it is a rule, anyone know why the last two elections were held on the first Tuesday of November?
History question: January 21, 1977. "The afternoon of infamy" for people in the limousine business. After having just been inaugurated, Jimmy Carter decides to exit his limo and walk with his family (and a large crowd) down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. What has been the trend since?