Presidential humor

"My choice in early life was either to be a piano player in a whorehouse or a politician. And to tell the truth, there is hardly any difference." – Harry Truman

"From Truman to Ike to LBJ:

The wit and wisdom of the American presidency," 
a presentation by Sam Richardson.

Some past speaking engagements in Taos: Daughters of the American Revolution meeting; Lions Club; Rotary Club; fundraiser for the UNM-Taos Library; Seekers, an adult discussion group; open mic, SOMOS (Society of the Muse of the Southwest)

Run time: 20 to 30 minutes

Events I’ve emceed: The Texas Folklife Festival (San Antonio), The Great World's Fair at Luckenbach; Headliners East celebrity roasts (Austin); The Annual Word Off (Terlingua); various sports and Chamber of Commerce banquets, and a number of fundraisers and auctions.

In Taos:  “The Friends of D.H. Lawrence: A Festival of New Mexico Writers”; “Read it to the Mountain,” the annual reading by the UNM-Taos English faculty.

Available for groups and organizations as a lunch or meeting speaker, as a after-dinner talk, or for any occasion.

Now booking 

Sam Richardson, aka SAM•U•L, is a Taos-based artist, writer, storyteller and emcee. He has taught journalism at The University of New Mexico-Taos and taught art at Austin Community College. His art is displayed in a number of venues and he is a free-lance feature writer for publications in New Mexico and Texas.

"And who is the American President?" asked Ambrose Bierce, the old gringo. “The greased pig in the field game of American politics."

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