FDR has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Atlantic' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, FDR was highly popular in January, 2017.

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“With Love Wherever You Are” by Dandi Daley Mackall

[...] cards from different locations throughout Europe, along with medals and Bibles signed by FDR encouraging all servicemen to read scripture.   That is when the seeds were planted for the [...]


Rothschilds Murdered At Least Seven US Presidents

[...] (1901) and Kennedy (1963) and probably Warren Harding (1923) and possibly FDR (1944). The Mardi Gras Secrets  website was created in Dec. 2005 by Mimi L. [...]


It should be no surprise to anyone that “Trumpcare” will just be one more Donald Trump lie.

[...] went from being a “we society” (ie – the “New Deal” and “Great Society” of FDR and LBJ) to Reagan’s version – a “me” society.  That’s when shareholders became [...]

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Washington and America Self-Implode at the Hands of a Treasonous, Obama-Led Shadow Government

[...] Butler in 1934 when a band of elitist bankster traitors attempted a coup d’état against the FDR administration. The all-too-familiar divide and conquer strategy is once again the [...]


Consuming to Grieve, Consuming to Provoke: Thoughts on Tragic Product

[...] to a fleeting moment or use — the gun used to shoot Lincoln; a lighter once used by FDR — is itself a human construct; a fabrication. Through this interplay of real, fake, [...]



McDaniel: Gorsuch and the Hope for Restoration

[...] states, taking a role in opposing the Court’s rulings, like Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, and FDR did on numerous occasions. Thomas Jefferson, concerned because there is no electoral check [...]


Robert Reich: Trump and Bannon Are Putting the World at Real Risk of Nuclear War

[...] First” was the name of the pro-Nazi group led by Charles Lindbergh that bitterly fought FDR before U.S. entry into World War II to keep America neutral between Churchill’s Britain [...]



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