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This 1964 documentary, narrated by Cliff Robertson, paints an intimate portrait of President Kennedy during his all-too-brief 46-year life.
What makes this program a little more special than other similar documentaries (IMO) is the fact that it was made very shortly after JFK’s death, which occurred in November 1963. The very good music score by David Rose is also an asset.
Author Jim Bishop, who wrote two books about JFK, makes an appearance near the end of this film to talk about some of his personal experiences with President Kennedy. Bishop’s commentary provides a touching climax to this very good documentary.
The original title of this film is simply “JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY”.
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Watch a short biography video on James Madison, the fourth President of the United States and the “Father of the Constitution.”
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James Madison drafted the U.S. Constitution and sponsored the Bill of Rights, earning him the nickname “Father of the Constitution.”
In which John Green teaches you about founding father and third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson is a somewhat controversial figure in American history, largely because he, like pretty much all humans, was a big bundle of contradictions. Jefferson was a slave-owner who couldn’t decide if he liked slavery. He advocated for small government, but expanded federal power more than either of his presidential predecessor. He also idealized the independent farmer and demonized manufacturing, but put policies in place that would expand industrial production in the US. Controversy may ensue as we try to deviate a bit from the standard hagiography/slander story that usually told about old TJ. John explores Jefferson’s election, his policies, and some of the new nation’s (literally and figuratively) formative events that took place during Jefferson’s presidency. In addition to all this, Napoleon drops in to sell Louisiana, John Marshall sets the course of the Supreme Court, and John Adams gets called a tiny tyrant.
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The discovery of the ruins of George Washington’s childhood home reveals the man behind the myth. Expedition Week : http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week
Buying a steam shower in Canada is like having your own sauna at your home. If you wanted to purchase one yourself then here are some guidelines that you need to consider:
- If you wanted to buy a Toronto steam shower then know your needs and preferences from it first. Steam showers are usually equipped with lots of extra features such as adjustable lighting, aromatherapy and stereo systems. So think about if you really need these features so that you can prepare the money for it and if not then just go for the simple one.
- You should know that steam showers come in different sizes. Try to calculate the dimensions and see if what you need can fit in your home.
- Steam showers usually come in with easy controls. You can ask the salesperson in charge how these steam showers are controlled. It would be better if it comes along with a remote control in it so that you won’t bother getting up while doing your steam shower session.
Be sure to check out these guides when you buy a steam shower for your home. If they really meet your needs and preferences then surely you will have a good relaxing moment at home.
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It’s something that every parent knows. Getting your kids to brush their teeth is something that will help them in more ways than one. There are also other factors to consider if you want to keep your kids’ visits to the dentist as painless as possible. To help safeguard your children’s dental health, this article was written to give you strategies that work.
There are some parents who do not know the age at which they need to initiate tooth brushing. Brushing should begin when you can see them. It is important that tooth care be a top priority throughout your life. As kids get older, they should be taught to brush twice per day. The age that a child will be ready to do this may vary, but it’s usually around the time they start school. You will have a more positive reaction if you can make brushing their teeth an amusing event.
You could let them choose their own toothbrush fashioned like a hero they like to watch on the television. Kids can get more enjoyment out of using an electric toothbrush too.
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Protecting your children’s teeth over time is absolutely necessary, a need that changes as they grow older. Flossing and brushing is not on the top of any teenagers “to do” list which is why things get out of hand. Most teenagers may not start smoking, that those that do are putting their teeth and gums at risk. One way to get them to stop to remind them that will make their teeth yellow. This is much more effective than telling them it might kill them one day. A mouthguard is also a necessary tool to use for your teenager, especially if they play sports. Taking care of their teeth is not a priority, which means, as a parent, constant reminders will be needed.
Children’s teeth can definitely be improved over time with nutritional supplements taken daily. A nutritional diet that is full of supplements is ideal for kids and adults alike, especially in regard to the health of their teeth. Do you take supplements of any kind? Take vitamin D and calcium to promote healthy bones and teeth. With the advent of lactose intolerant kids, drinking milk is not always an option in order to get this type of supplementation. Parents sometimes believe that vitamin supplementation is much more efficient. A great way to get vitamin D3 is to drink or ingest cod liver oil every day. Cod liver oil will not be on the top of any child’s “yummy” list. Just buy them some vitamins that have this and it and they will be fine. As you may know, dental health is something that requires constant attention and perseverance. Your kids will do just fine and probably stay away from the dentist if you impart good dental hygiene routines with them when they are young. A child who knows enough to brush and floss every day, and not overdo it when it comes to sweets, has a good chance of having healthy teeth well into adulthood.
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