Where are the Real Protestants????
Mob hitman James Files who claims he was responsible for President John F. Kennedy's assassination -UPDATED


Alexander Hamilton / Wikimedia Commons

Alexander Hamilton / Wikimedia Commons

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“All revolutions are failures,” George Orwell once wrote, “but they are not all the same failure.” Those alls should give us pause. Most revolutions—those in France and Russia spring to mind—certainly didn’t end well. But the American Revolution ended well. It created a stable and prosperous nation state, under a constitution that is still the law of the land two centuries after its adoption. New men, in a New World, violently shook off the bonds of monarchy, yet restored order in good time—something the peoples of old Europe never managed to achieve.  Read More: THE SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION