The history of why we look at the first 100 days of a presidency, and why that might not be a good thing to judge them by. (Side Note: I guess it’s almost similar to grading an NFL team the day after a draft. You just don’t now how well the draft really is until years later after the player drafted actually played.)
This heart warming story is about the world’s oldest man in America, who actually remembered where he was when he heard that President McKinley was shot – he was getting his first haircut. And I was quite impressed that at age 112, he doesn’t take any medication.
Also, Steve Hartman’s stories are chicken soup for the soul.