By reading between the lines, connecting dots hidden in plain view and seeking corroboration of the alleged version of September 11 events from regional and federal governments by way of Freedom of Information laws, September 11 researcher Aidan Monaghan provides evidence of not only a seeming cover-up surrounding the events of September 11 but has also developed scientifically based and peer reviewed alternatives for the reported events that unfolded over the skies of America that day.
Before the tragedy of the Civil War tore the United States in two, America was involved in another war, one that has not received nearly the attention it deserves. In fact, the Mexican-American War, 1846–1848, could arguably be called the training ground for the Civil War a little over a decade later.
A compelling and evocative history of an ordinary 21st century American family detailing its varied and diverse historical and cultural elements through out history. An enthralling journey through time and culture giving a strong narrative account of the similar Celtic roots of many American families.
Depending on the text one is reading, an account of history may or may not depict the truth. History is dictated or narrated by the victors of wars or the rulers of any particular land—or else by their sycophantic followers—and it does not necessarily refl ect actual events.
There have been volumes upon volumes written about the US Constitution, but many of them just confuse things. William James, a longtime student of the US Constitution, relies on James Madison, its recognized father, as well as Alexander Hamilton and John Jay to reveal the document’s true meaning in this detailed analysis. James reveals what the Founding Fathers really intended the Constitution to do, and he also shares forgotten truths, such as: