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Manhattan’s Struggle for Human Freedom Against the Slave Power of Virginia

  This article was originally published in the May 8, 2015 issue of Executive Intelligence magazine · by Robert Ingraham There are myths and counter-myths surrounding the early history of the United States of America. It is often difficult for … Continue reading

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This Week in History August 14-20, 2016 Rear Adm. François Joseph Paul, comte de Grasse, Don Francisco Saavedra de Sangronis, and “the women of Havana.” (1781)

By Rick Sanders This is the week Americans should particularly honor French Rear Adm. François Joseph Paul, comte de Grasse, the Spaniard Don Francisco Saavedra de Sangronis, and “the women of Havana.” Statue of French fleet commander Admiral deGrasse, Cape … Continue reading

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The World Is Descending into Hell—Only Defeating the British Empire Will Save It

The British surrender to General George Washington after the battle of Yorktown.   Lyndon LaRouche warned at the end of the year that the world would descend into Hell after the New Year, and that only the final defeat of … Continue reading

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The untold story of how the heroic Irish won the American Revolution

“Quite simply, without the disproportionate and significant contributions of the Irish on all levels (political, military, and economic), America would not have won its struggle for independence.  In consequence, the Irish odyssey during the American Revolution is one of the … Continue reading

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Nollaig Shona – Now Let’s Fight Like Washington Did!

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Lá an Neamhspleáchais sona daoibh!

A chara Gael agus Meiriceánaigh, Given where we stand, celebrations may be appropriately restricted as per orders from the top but still it’s a good time to pause for a moment, remember Yorktown and what it means, and then press … Continue reading

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Manhattan’s Struggle for Human Freedom Against the Slave Power of Virginia

This article was originally published in the May 8, 2015 issue of Executive Intelligence magazine · by Robert Ingraham There are myths and counter-myths surrounding the early history of the United States of America. It is often difficult for the … Continue reading

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Could Orange be the new green in Ireland as some are seeking?

By Niall O’Dowd at Irish Central. Ireland should rejoin the Commonwealth; we all need to be careful how we celebrate the Easter Rising; Unionist landmarks such as partition should also be celebrated; the British soldiers who died in the Easter … Continue reading

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LPAC Policy Committee Discussion 1 Dec. 2014

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British Royal Snobs are Simply Revolting Say New Yorkers

Denis Hamill, N.Y. Daily News columnist, published a right on the mark column on Buckingham Palace’s insistence that American reporters respect a certain dress code if they want to cover the N.Y. visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, … Continue reading

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