Presidential (Autograph) Price Controls

President John F. Kennedy was one of the best known humorists to occupy the White House, and he rarely missed a chance to employ humor. In 1961 New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons wrote to the President and informed that a JFK signature was then selling for $75, while George Washington’s was priced at $175. Lyons received the... Continue Reading →

Do You Think Maybe He Didn’t Care for Them?

P.J. O'Rourke is not known for holding back when he has a strong opinion. This is how he described those who made up the administration of President Bill Clinton: "Those simps and ninnies, lava lamp liberals and condo pinks, spoiled twerps, racket-jawed purveyors of monkey doodle and baked wind. They are piddlers upon merit, beggars... Continue Reading →

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