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Dec 172014
 

Enjoy This Patriotic Christmas Yule Log Scene! http://youtu.be/eX1EpAjDUus Please take a moment every day to enjoy this Christmas season! Susan Susan C. Rempel, Ph.D. Get your copy of my book: Everyone’s Guide to the Constitution:http://amzn.to/1m0efQ6 Get every blog post in your inbox by subscribing to Email delivery or RSS Feed at BingoforPatriots.com  

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Dec 162014
 
The White House Gingerbread House Grows and Grows!

          The White House Gingerbread House Grows and Grows!   In the previous post, I noted that Mrs. Nixon initiated the tradition of the White House chef creating a gingerbread house to display during the holiday season. By 2006, the White House Gingerbread House had grown considerably. Chef Roland Mesnier is featured in the

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Dec 122014
 
Pat Nixon and the First White House Gingerbread House

In 1972, Pat Nixon began a White House Christmas tradition of her own: the first White House Gingerbread House. Purportedly, President Nixon would sneak a bite or two from the house when he believed no one was watching. Mrs. Nixon also began the tradition of a candlelight tour of the White House during the 1971

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Dec 102014
 
Arrival of the White House Christmas Tree

Arrival of the White House Christmas Tree Great ceremony marks the reception of the White House Christmas tree by the First Lady. Laura Bush is featured in this 2008 image accepting the Fraser fir from North Carolina. Enjoy every day of this Christmas season! Susan Susan C. Rempel, Ph.D. Get your copy of my book:

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Dec 092014
 
A Presidential Christmas Card Focused on the True Meaning of the Holiday

“Christmas is not a time or a season but a state of mind. To cherish peace and good will, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas..If we think of these things there will be born in us a Savior and over us all will shine a star – sending

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Dec 082014
 
The First Theme for the White House Christmas Tree

Jacqueline Kennedy began the tradition of using a theme for Christmas decorations and employing that theme on a tree in the Blue Room of the White house. In 1961, the theme was “Nutcracker Suite”, and the tree was filed with ornaments based upon the Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. The attached photograph is of the Kennedy’s

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