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Captain Charles L. Shrewsbury House, 301 West First Street , Madison (Jefferson County), Indiana. I want this stair case

Charles Carroll of Carrollton. The only Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence and one of the influences of the American Revolution.


Losing it all – of James II and his crown

Today I thought we’d spend some time with James II. I am rather fascinated by this gentleman whose character must have been markedly affected by the terrifying events of his adolescence. Being some...

from The Huffington Post

Ex-CIA Agent Says Roswell UFO Was Definitely Out Of This World

UFO Over Holloman Base An unidentified flying object was photographed by a government employee over the Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico in 1964. Conspiracy theorists have claimed the photo is proof that the U.S. government has been in contact with aliens.

Ernest Muscarella had lived in a charmed life as a Genovese capo, avoiding the limelight and the government's radar screen. Muscarella was very much cut from the same block as previous Genovese powerhouse Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno. Upon the 1986 conviction of Salerno in the landmark trial known as the 'Commission Case', Muscarella inherited Salerno's legendary 'uptown crew' located in Harlem and upper Manhattan. Muscarella found himself facing two serious indictments. The first was for…

#LOCAL #PODCAST Charles County Government Podcasts Charles County Commissioners Meeting 05/12/2015 LISTEN... http://podDVR.COM/?c=5e47f609-840d-f6f0-3adc-8749d8a8c280

When Charles County Government was tasked with providing automation and efficiency to the traditional faxing process they chose Biscom over other cloud fax solutions due to Biscom's ability to scale up and down with their needs, a reduced total cost of ownership (TCOO), and Biscom's ability to integrate with their existing email and collaboration systems.

[Major Hugh Scott, Military Governor of the Sulu Archipelago, Philippines, Sultan Jamalul Kiram II, interpreter Charles Schuck, and local government officials and hadjis, dressed to call on Governor General Luke Edward Wright]