October 11, 2016

The P-Word Through History

(John Hinderaker) Okay, that's a good example of a post title that over-promises. But Paul wrote earlier about Bill Clinton's use of the now-notorious P-word, and I want to add one bit of evidence as to how leaders–some of them, anyway–talk in private. Lyndon Johnson was notoriously vulgar. Among other things, he took great, and vocal, pride in the size of the presidential unit. But sticking with the subject at hand, history

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