Tag: Andrew Jackson

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Politico: Andrew Jackson Stays on the $20–Because He Deserves It

He was a slave owner, hostile to the forces of abolitionism that were rising in America. He imposed a cruel policy of Indian removal, forcing the tribes of the Southeast across a brutal march to the Oklahoma territory. He was a hot-headed general, quick to violence and known to overstep his legal bounds, as when he summarily executed two Britons for aiding the Indian enemy during the First Seminole War.

Dems Call On Obama Admin. To Replace Andrew Jackson With A Woman On $20

In a letter to President Obama Thursday, Shaheen, along with Sens. Mazie Hirono (D-HI), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Angus King (I-ME), Dick Durbin (D-IL), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), call for the administration to convene a panel to select a women to be placed on the twenty.

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Andrew Jackson’s Likeness on the $20 Bill Must be Preserved

Andrew Jackson’s days on the $20 bill may be over if an activist group called Women on the 20s gets its way. Because of this campaign, which is backed by a litany of liberal columnists, “Old Hickory” may be unceremoniously ditched in favor of one of these four female candidates.

‘Breitbart News Sunday Ides of March Special: Israel’s Election, White House Turns on Hillary, AG Vote ‘Hangfire’

On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will be hosting a program discussing all of the most important recent news stories. Bannon will interview a number of guests and experts about the dramatic rise of the the ongoing threat of the Islamic State and global jihad, the Hillary Clinton email scandal, an important Texas conference that may impact the 2016 GOP presidential primary, and much more.

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Keep Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill

Is it time to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill? Liberal advocacy groups and and columnists are making a hard push to have Old Hickory’s image removed from American currency, primarily citing the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Trail of Tears, and his “genocide” of Cherokee Indians.