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Four Big Reasons For Little Kids To See An Orthodontist
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How Young Men Can Improve Their Futures
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  • Rep. Walorski pays tribute to the late Rev. Billy Graham
    “Dean and I join millions of people around the world today celebrating the life of Reverend Billy Graham. I’ll never forget having the opportunity to sit at a Billy Graham Crusade with my family decades ago at Notre Dame. Thank God for an Evangelist who was never ashamed to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” - U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, on the death of Rev. Billy Graham. The North Carolina farmer’s son who preached to millions in stadium events he called "crusades" and became a pastor to presidents and the nation’s best-known Christian evangelist for more than 60 years, died on Wednesday at his home in Montreat, N.C. He was 99.
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  • The best and worst presidents
    It’s President’s Day, and the one big difference this year is that there’s a Honda ad featuring two of the three Hoosier presidents, William Henry Harrison and Abraham Lincoln. Of course, Lincoln is considered one of the greatest presidents and Harrison, who lasted only a month in office before dying, one of the worst, though he didn’t really have much of a change.

    My top 10 presidents: 1. Lincoln (he saved the union and solved its most glaring defect), 2. George Washington (set the standards), 3. Franklin Roosevelt (got us through the Great Depression, World War II), 4. Thomas Jefferson (propelled our manifest destiny), 5. Theodore Roosevelt (set the foundations for a super power, created national parks), 5. Dwight Eisenhower (kept us out of wars, created the Interstate system and NASA), 6. Ronald Reagan (set the stage for winning the Cold War), 7. Harry S Truman (ended World War II without an invasion of Japan), 8. George H.W. Bush (ushered in the post-Cold War era), 9. James K. Polk (achieved his agenda in one term), and 10. James Madison (steered us through War of 1812, then reorganized government and created the national bank).

    My 10 worst presidents: 1. James Buchanan (ineptly watched the Civil War gather), 2. Andrew Johnson (drunk, angry & impeached), 3. Warren G. Harding (scandalized), 4. U.S. Grant (scandalized), 5. Richard Nixon (paranoid, scandalized and would have been impeached), 6. Zachary Taylor (mediocre), 7. Millard Fillmore (more 19th Century mediocrity), 8. Bill Clinton (perverted & impeached), 9. George W. Bush (Iraq War disaster, economic collapse, first trillion dollar deficit), 10. William Howard Taft (cut off at the knees by Teddy). - Brian A. Howey, publisher 
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