Todd Lincoln Booth






Richie P


The first reporter that asks a question is from Hawaii then the next is from Chicago.
Hawaii is where Obama grew up.
O’s mother is the child of Media Mogul Hearst who’s Mistress (I believe was really his wife playing the role) daughter. Hearst was know to back her comedy club ventures and this is easily how we see the connection.
Pryor’s people acknoledge he got a 16 ear old girl pregnant and she kept the child but they wont say the names of her or the child.

staged en desilu

DallasGoldBug, Ed Chiarini, Jr. at http://WellAware1.com

Booth’s companion gave himself up, but Booth refused and was shot by a Union soldier after the barn in which he was hiding was set ablaze. Eight other conspirators or suspects were tried and convicted, and four were hanged shortly thereafter.
Robert Todd Lincoln (August 1, 1843 – July 26, 1926) was an American lawyer and businessman. He was the first son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Born in Springfield, Illinois, United States, he was the only one of Lincoln’s four sons to live to adulthood, and the only member of the Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln family to survive into the 1900s.
Lincoln received the university education that had been unavailable to his father, and then served on the staff of Ulysses S. Grant as a captain in the Union Army in the closing days of the American Civil War. Following completion of law school in Chicago, he built a successful law practice, becoming wealthy representing corporate clients.
After the war Lincoln married Mary Eunice Harlan, the daughter of a United States Senator. They remained married until his death, and were the parents of three children.
Active in Republican politics, and a tangible symbol of his father’s legacy, Robert Lincoln was often spoken of as a possible candidate for office, including the presidency, but never took steps to mount a campaign. The one office to which he was elected was Town Supervisor of South Chicago, which he held from 1876 to 1877. (The town later became part of the city of Chicago.) He did accept appointments as Secretary of War in the administrations of James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur, and Minister to England in the Benjamin Harrison administration.
After having served as counsel to the Pullman Palace Car Company, in 1897 he succeeded George Pullman as the company’s president, and he remained affiliated with the company as president or chairman of the board until his death.


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