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White House

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This category is for questions and answers about the White House, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500. The White House is the home and workplace of the American president. It is also a major icon of American government.
It is possible to enter the White House but it requires specialpermit IDs. Contact your senator or representative. Furthermore youcan be sure that not all the rooms are open for people to visit.
phrases in the constitution
None. Laws are passed by Congress.
Yes, everyone has to pay for their usage of electricity and water.The white house is not exempt of this.
Nehru spent 12 days in the US in Nov. 1961. He visited the White  House and met Kennedy on 7 November. According to Richard Parker  JFK, Nehru and "Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith, then  Ambassador to India" had a " private luncheon at the Newport estate  of Jacqueline Kennedy's mother...
  Ford was the one who caught to thieves in the whitehouse.   65u65657674
The Easter Egg Roll. However, according to an undocumented tradition, Dolley Madison, wife of President James Madison, began the event in 1814 and hundreds of children brought their decorated eggs to join in games. The original site was on the grounds of the United States Captiol, but in 1877 a new...
Unlike his American counterpart, the Mexican president lives in one place and works in other. The Mexican President's residence is named as Los Pinos ( The Pine Trees ) while his office is located at the Palacio Nacional (National Palace); both are in Mexico City.
Some of the floors are marble. Mostly the building is made of wood and steel.
William H Taft asked congress to purchase one in  January 1909 a the cost of 12,000.00 Taft arranged for the purchase  of a 40-horsepower White steam touring car and a 48-horsepower  six-cylinder Pierce-Arrow limousine, both of which he tested prior  to his inauguration. Although he rode in a...
Rebecca was a raccoon owned by Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President.
It is typically made of some type of starch mixed with water.
That would depend on where you send it from. The travel time would be the same no matter the address. You can send a letter by email to the White House and they will receive that immediately.
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yes but it has not came out yet
President Kenedy. The indoor pool was built by FDR in 1933. He had polio and it was therapeutic to do his exercises in a heated pool.
It is used for executive meetings with the president like press releases.
James Hoban was the architect that designed the White House. Hobanwas born and raised in Ireland, and immigrated to the United Statesafter the American Revolution.
In the 1980's and 1990's, 6,000 visitors a day visited the WhiteHouse. After the terrorists attacks on September 11, 2001, visitorsmust request admission through their representatives six months inadvance and submit to background checks. 6000
The building was originally referred to variously as the "President's Palace", "Presidential Mansion", or "President's House". The earliest evidence of it being called the "White House" was recorded in 1811. A legend emerged that during the rebuilding of the structure white paint was applied to...
I think the white house was called president ? the first word to it is president. In the second part of the original title, the 5/6th word was a g.
  The Oval Office is in the West Wing, in the White House, in Washington D.C., in Maryland, in the U.S.A., in North America, in Earth.
Well being from New England I think I can help you. Snow is removed primarily from the roof of a building to lessen load on structural members. Put simply it is removed to prevent collapse of the structure. I see no reason why this would be any different at the white house then any other structure.
Surprisingly, the White House wasn't always white! It's constructedof gray colored sandstone, and wasn't painted white until after theBritish torched the place during the war of 1812.
The White House has been in use by American Presidents since JohnAdams in 1800. Original construction began in 1792.
James Madison was the President at this time. James Madison was quiet and very shy unlike his amazing wife, Dolly Madison. Dolly Madison threw extravagant parties and was a very social person. Opposites they were. The answer to your question is with quick thinking Dolly Madison, James Madison's wife...
http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/starner.asp Here is the text of his letter... Dear Mr. President: During my shift in the Emergency Room last night, I had the pleasure of evaluating a patient whose smile revealed an expensive shiny gold tooth, whose body was adorned with a wide...
The regiment branched off in the direction of the river.
  == Answer ==     You can try to get legally emancipated, but having a strict guardian won't generally be considered sufficient grounds for it. Contact a family lawyer in your local area to ask for more specifics for your state or county.   == Answer ==   At 16 you are a minor and...
He did while he was President. There never has a been a President  who refused to live in the White House. It was burned down and  uninhabitable for part of Madison's and Monroe's administration  until it was rebuilt. Truman moved arcross the street for awhile so  that the White House could be...
Depending whether your wife/husband will take the house or not. If you have any kids, you'll have to share their time.
The Pantheon is a famous spiritual structure in Italy's capital which is Rome.
Stone. Mostly marble Marble from Brač,Croatia
John Quincy Adams reportedly had an alligator. Hoover may have had a pair of crocodiles .
parliament house is not as big as the white house. it is a little bit smaller
because he was the first president to own a car so, he had to have a place to put it.
The names are "Lorenzo Hayes" (1815-1825) and "Sarah Sophia Hayes" (1817-1821), both died in childhood.His surviving sibling was "Fanny Arabella Hayes" (1820-1856), he was very close with her.
The President's House and the Executive Mansion
The event that takes place at the White House every Easter is anEaster egg hunt. The Easter egg hunt is sponsored by the Presidentand his staff.
  Depends how widespread the treatment is. If you just treat one small room, you can just close the door and go on with your life. But if it's wide spread or a large living room, you better get out for a while unless you feel like hacking up a lung.
In 1800 the White House was not finished and was wood. When John Adams moved in several of the rooms that are now open to the public were not finished. They hung laundry in the East room. The third floor was not really a "floor" but an attic that was only reached by a ladder. It was used as living...
Charley Starcher Bowling Construction. He was a sub-contractor for AMF. He installed the lanes under the order of Richard Nixon when the lane was built under the North driveway.
The White House was built in Washington, DC because of a compromise between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. In exchange for the Federal capital being located in the South, the South promised to support Hamilton's complete overhaul of the financial system.
George Washington was President from 1789 to 1797
make the question clearer that is stupid "make the question clearer" WHAT THE HECK!
It will never open because no one is good enough to see Obama!
Yes, it uses Doric columns :)
  == Answer ==   In the Northern Hemisphere, the south side of the house gets the most sunlight during the year. To maximize collection of solar energy from sunlight, solar panels are located at the south side of the house.
Ethiopian King, King Haile Selassie
The State of Maryland.. see the Related Link for a good history of Washington D.C. and how three men agreed upon its location, shape and size. {Did you know D.C. was originally planned as a diamond-shaped area?}. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington,_D.C.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first to use "White House" on his official stationery Nobody ever declared the the White House as the authorized name of the executive mansion, but it has been called that at least since it was rebuilt in 1817.
The President's house has natural stone walls that are off-white in color and that is the way it was until it was gutted by a fire set by British troops in 1814. The fire blackened the stone walls, so when it restored, they painted the walls white. The painted walls were noticeably whiter than the...
He wasn't worth a crap before he took office and he still isn't  worth a crap
Yes, there are many secret rooms in the White House.
Yes, but she died 1 year before he was in office.
Before leaving office, Madison signed a bill to create the country's second national bank. He also approved the tariff of 1816. This law protected American businesses. In his last State of the Union address, Madison took pride in the fact that "the American people have reached in safety and success...
It did not really have an official name, I think. People called it the executive mansion or the president's home. It was unofficially called the Whjte House for a long time before T. Roosevelt used that term on his official stationery.
there is a movie theater and a couple tennis courts and possibly some big swimming pools the president really doesnt have time for this stuf though so that's where i come in and make sure that everything in the white house dealing with entertainment is taken care of and kept up tio datethere is a...
yes, they colored it with the presidents sperm
  The White House did not exist during Washington's Presidency