Colony Name Year Founded Founded By Virginia 1607 London Company Massachusetts 1620 John Endicott and John Winthrop New Hampshire 1623 John Mason Maryland 1634 Lord Baltimore Connecticut 1635 Thomas Hooker Rhode Island 1636 Roger Williams Delaware 1638 Peter Minuit and New Sweden Company North Carolina 1653 Virginians South Carolina 1663 Eight Nobles with a Royal […]
Camp Butler was located 5.5 miles east of Springfield, Illinois. It was a military instruction camp that was converted into a prison. The camp, named after William Butler (Illinois state treasurer), became a P.O.W. facility one day after Camp Douglas was established. The prison consisted of 3 separate compounds, totaling 40 acres, used for troop […]
Once upon a time, some of the people of this country had independence from rule and they had freedom. That state of liberty began to deteriorate almost immediately after it began, and has all but disappeared over this country’s history. Today, even Orwell would have great difficulty in identifying the scope of the inconceivable tyranny […]
Will Trump Be Undone by Russian Connections or Jewish Connections?
I’d like to address some aspects of the Greater Depression in this essay. I’m here to tell you that the inevitable became reality in 2008. We’ve had an interlude over the last few years financed by trillions of new currency units. However, the economic clock on the wall is reading the same time as it […]
This is the story of Shays’ Rebellion, which I contend is the most important falsified event in American history. It is a story of speculation in government bonds, political intrigue, propaganda, and systematic deception. But it is ultimately the story of John Hancock’s big toe. As recently as 2001, only one historian knew that the […]
Soon, this blog will be illegal. No, I’m not selling drugs or peddling child pornography. I write about America’s wars and the primary objective of those illegal and immoral wars—to make Israel the hegemon of the Middle East along with Saudi Arabia. All US foreign policy in that region centers on those two nations. The […]
Robert James “Bobby” Fischer began playing chess at Age Six when his mother Regina bought him a chess set at a candy store. Fischer and his older sister Joan learned the rules from the enclosed manual. Bobby and his sister began playing with each other, but Joan soon wasn’t a match for Bobby.[i] Fischer’s potential […]