US History

Events of U.S. history after Columbus’ re-discovery of America in 1492 AD

Poison Partners:  The Alliance of the US and the Soviet Union

One of the most-incongruous aspects of World War II is the American alliance with the Soviet Union before and during the war. The U.S. government, which claimed to fight for democracy and freedom, made common cause with one of the most-brutal dictatorships the world has ever seen. This article documents the crucial role that American aid played in the Soviet Union’s victories during World War II.

Charles Lindbergh: Wronged American Hero

Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974) became world-famous in May 1927 after he flew solo his single-engine plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean. When he returned to New York two weeks later, 4 million people turned out to honor him in a massive ticker-tape parade. By the end of 1941, however, Lindbergh had become one of the most-reviled men in American history. This article examines why Lindbergh suffered such a precipitous drop in popularity.

Donald Trump Signs Holocaust Bill while Country Burns

For some odd reason, some Americans think that Donald Trump is against the “establishment”. In reality Trump is just another President, since George Washington got money from Haym Solomon, to pander to the Zionist elite. While the USA and countries around the world are suffering from riots by Communists, unemployment is increasing, more on welfare,…

Laurel Canyon: Haven of Peace, Love and Military Intelligence

During the first week of August 1964, warships under the command of U.S. Adm. George Stephen Morrison allegedly came under attack while patrolling the Tonkin Gulf off Vietnam. This attack was later called the Tonkin Gulf Incident. Although this attack probably never took place, it was used as an excuse to start the Vietnam War.[1]…

The Charlottesville Four, a Show Trial in the Making

I read Tuesday that four men were arrested early in the morning on charges that they traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia last year to incite a riot and attack counter-protestors. This is a violation of Federal criminal statute, 18 U.S. Code Section 2101, which makes it a felony to cross or telephone across state lines to organize, promote, encourage,…

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