William McKinley was the 25th president of the United States, led the nation to victory in the Spanish-American war, annexed Hawaii, and protected American workers with protective tariffs and trade negotiations. At the time of his assassination on September 6, he was arguably the most popular sitting president in our nation’s history. We salute him with a very uncomfortable show involving avalanche burials, airplane poop, female sexual desire, and toxic potato salads.
Tip: osteoporosis -related fractures will affect half of white American women in their lifetime. Know the risk factors and protect yourself with exercise and a diet providing adequate calcium and vitamin D.