If you were to write a book about a living president, who would you pick and why?
U.S. Presidents have the most scrutinized job in the world - and that means their families also go under the proverbial microscope. I got to talk with my pals at NHPR's Word of Mouth about some of the most memorable presidential offspring.
Today it's the president's official guest house. In 1950 it was the site of an assassination attempt.
"I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man" - stirring words, but also easy to take out of context if a photographer decides to crop his photos for that ridiculous and nefarious purpose.
The tomb of the man almost always ranked by presidential historians as our worst president is elegant and well-maintained.
LBJ's legacy is not found in the Great Society, nor in the controversies of Vietnam: it's in the bathroom. Johnson loved to pee.
It was like a Limp Bizkit concert, only not as undignified.