Did George Washington live in the White House?
No. George Washington was the only U.S. President who did not live in the White House, which was not completed until after his death. During his two terms as president, the capital of the United States was located first in New York and then in Philadelphia. George Washington played a large role, however, in the development of the new Federal City named after him, and in overseeing the design of both the Capitol Building and the White House.
He had false teeth, but they were not made of wood.
.., hippopotamus ivory,..
(No).. cherry tree?
agent provocateur *ignored* ftw
Am I the only person who sees that the U.S. is the only organization able to "change" the Middle East?
We did not purposely ram jets into the Trade centers, there is no underground base at Denver airport.
Originally posted by forliberty09
reply to post by warrenb
PURE PROPAGANDA - with vulgar language reading like it was written by a degenerate. In just one page on the American revo period (I didn't waste any more time after that) there were several completely made-up assertions (more than just "critical" left-wing interpretation).
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Originally posted by warrenb
Here is a list of links that provides the real story about several dozen events throughout American history that are in conflict with what you've been told through "official sources." You've been lied to about the Pilgrims, the Revolution, genocide, racism, democracy, and much much more...
[edit on 8-11-2008 by SkepticOverlord]