Theodore Roosevelt was the 25th Vice-President of the United States. He served in that capacity from 4 March to 19 September 1901 under President William McKinley. When McKinley was assasinated, Roosevelt became President.
Yes, John Adams was a member of the Sons of Liberty.
The mini-series on HBO depicts John as being outside of Sam Adams' leadership and influence in the group. However, John Adams was indeed an active member of the Sons of Liberty.
Lyndon Baynes Johnson (LBJ) was Vice-President under John F. Kennedy (JFK)
It's the same as calling someone a female dog. Not necessarily a cuss word but certainly an insult in the extreme. The term has evolved to the point that it is considered by many to be very very very very bad. But smarter people say go home.
Franklin D. Roosevelt (March 1933 - April 1945) and Harry Truman (April 1945 - January 1953)