Every newly inaugurated president in our past has brought into office the public’s expectations of anticipated performance. His supporters have foreseen only great things happening under his leadership, while detractors have predicted that the country will surely suffer through rapid decline during his administration. Such expectations are necessarily tied to the accuracy of what each voter sees in his or her own crystal ball (READ MORE).
(Published by Dallas News, Commentary)
Talmage Boston is the author of the book Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers From the Experts About Our Presidents.