+9history books should always specify which President Roosevelt they're talking about... especially if they're marketed towards international students who don't know the order of American presidents, amirite?
+110It's cool to be an inventor. Bringing something into the world that wasn't in the world before. And the History will say, "He/She did that."
+19"[The liberties given by the Constitution] are only protected by a parchment- by words. They may be destroyed whenever it shall be admitted that the strict and common sense of words may be construed away." -Albert Gallatin, 1799. There was a reason why the greatest minds this country had to offer spent four months in Independence Hall drafting what would be the most important document in the world. Know the Constitution. Know your freedoms.
+3History will always in some way repeat itself. From fashion to music, innovative ideas from previous generations coming back with a better twist. Who knows what we can achieve when we really sit down and study the past flaws in order to make future successes.