Susan Page discusses the influences on Barbara Bush’s life, her views on abortion, and behind-the-curtain stories from her role as First Lady.
It seems that Barbara Bush, who died a year ago this month, was more Bridget Jones than Mamie Eisenhower.
It is clear that Barbara Bush formed her feelings about abortion with little knowledge about what the Bible says about the soul.
At former president George H.W. Bush’s funeral service on Wednesday afternoon, his son choked back tears while eulogizing his father.
On this episode of Federalist Radio Hour, Bre Payton and Ashe Schow discuss issues like dating, sexual assault, the gender wage gap, and feminism.
The New York Times called the invitation of a Republican First Lady to a women’s liberal arts school in Massachusetts, ‘seemingly harmless.’ Those were more innocent days.
Barbara and George H.W. Bush were married for 73 years, the longest marriage of any American presidential couple.
In their letter to Sasha and Malia Obama, the Bush sisters show us how to transcend partisanship and disdain—and instead offer kindness and courtesy.
Presidential spouses influence the president, and the lack of a high-profile pro-life advocate would be a missed opportunity.
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