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Teddy Roosevelt

Mar 19, 2015

TRThursday: Cooler Than You and Me by Age 15!

Most accounts of Theodore Roosevelt’s life gloss over his early years. His battle and victory over his health issues are generally included, particularly asthma and cholera morbus (a bacterial attack on the bowels resulting in what one would expect), then jump into his Harvard boxing days and see our hero transformed into a fit, ...

Feb 19, 2015

TRThursday: The Power to Strive and Fight and Conquer!

The word ‘Manly’ was one of Roosevelt’s favorite terms. In his day the term was associated less with machismo and more with true manliness. Yet even by the late 1800’s, Roosevelt began to see a softness forming in the American Spirit. The move from the hard-working, rural lifestyle to the comfort of the ...

Feb 12, 2015

TRThursday: Mind and Morals

Theodore Roosevelt is said to have read some 10,000 books in his lifetime. He had an amazing ability to speed-read and retain the information. It was not unusual for him to read a book or two in a day, in his spare moments paging through a book on botany and then in another moment on the war ...

Feb 2, 2015

Famous Quotes: The Wolf Rises in the Heart – Col. Theodore Roosevelt

At the age of 39, Roosevelt formed his famous cowboy cavalry known as Roosevelt’s Rough Riders. Here is one of many famous quotes by Col. Theodore Roosevelt, this time stating that the wolf rises in the heart.

Jan 29, 2015

Theodore Roosevelt: The Man and the Crowd

I have been reading The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt the last few weeks — well, rather, listening to it on Audible. I am about 3/4 of the way through the book and the thing that continues to strike me is how people describe Roosevelt when meeting him for the first time. I don’t know ...

Jul 2, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt’s July 4th, 1903 Speech

In 1903, President Roosevelt gave a speech reminding America of the values that make our country great. He points to our amazing spirit of unity and goodness, even after the brutally divisive Civil War. Theodore Roosevelt, Huntington, New York, July 4th, 1903 Mr. Chairman, and you, my fellow citizens, my old time ...
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