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White House Reports: Osama Bin Laden Assassinated!

Today, Osama Bin Laden was assassinated by U.S. covert operatives, by direct executive order of President Barack Obama. After a fire fight with Bin Laden’s security forces, his body was then taken into custody by U.S. officials. No U.S. operatives

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Mar 3, 1845: Congress Overrides Presidential Veto for First Time

On this day in 1845, Congress reins in President John Tyler’s zealous use of the presidential veto, overriding it with the necessary two-thirds vote. This marked Congress’ first use of the Consitutional provision allowing Congressional veto overrides and represented Congress’

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Jan 22, 1973: Lyndon Baines Johnson Dies in Texas

On this day in 1973, former President Lyndon Baines Johnson dies in Johnson City, Texas, at the age of 64. After leaving the White House in 1968, L.B.J. returned to his beloved home state, Texas, with his wife, Ladybird, and

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Obama Prepares To Rule By Executive Order

Source: Right Side News – By J.D. Longstreet Obama Assumes Dictatorial Powers? In ancient times, the dictators/emperors ruled by proclamation. If they spoke it – it was made to happen.  That is not supposed to happen in a republic, especially

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Jan 7, 1953: Truman Announces U.S. Has Developed Hydrogen Bomb

In his final State of the Union address before Congress, President Harry S. Truman tells the world that that the United States has developed a hydrogen bomb. It was just three years earlier on January 31, 1950, that Truman publicly

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Jan 7, 1789: First U.S. Presidential Election

On this day in 1789, America’s first presidential election is held. Voters cast ballots to choose state electors; only white men who owned property were allowed to vote. As expected, George Washington won the election and was sworn into office

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Jan 6, 2001: Congress Certifies Bush Winner of 2000 Elections

Newsweek Cover – November 20, 2000 After a bitterly contested election, Vice President Al Gore presides over a joint session of Congress that certifies George W. Bush as the winner of the 2000 election. In one of the closest Presidential

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Patriot Act for The Internet On The Horizon

As a result of WikiLeaks, the Obama Administration may introduce a new bill that would allow government officials the ability to spy on Americans through the internet. Meanwhile, an army of hackers rally behind WikiLeaks by shutting down MasterCard and

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December 2, 1823: Monroe Doctrine Declared

During his annual address to Congress, President James Monroe proclaims a new U.S. foreign policy initiative that becomes known as the “Monroe Doctrine.” Primarily the work of Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, the Monroe Doctrine forbade European interference in

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