Peter Baynton abandoned his wife and went back to England, where he got married. He’s now looking to get more of his estate in Philadelphia and bring it back into his possession.
It’s an odd thing. And dangerous for us and the world.
The Australian Christian pastor and Islam scholar writing about ISIS has nailed it. He says that far from being nihilistic or a death cult, ISIS has a “sacred” strategy.
This may seem like an out-of-place post, but in the 2015-2016 campaign season, we must not forget the context to the Iraq War (2003) and the current crisis in southern Syria and northern Iraq. Here’s a partial timeline of UNSCOM in the 1990s.
This may feel like ancient history, but in the campaign season, it is useful to remember another side to the build-up to the Iraq War in 2003. This short post of direct quotations from key Democrats will refresh your memory … or maybe you’ll learn something new.
First, let me say how much I sympathize with the Parisians. I lived there for 16 months, in the 16th (near Bois de Boulogne) 11th and 12th arrondissements (districts), doing odds and ends, helping out a couple of Evangelical churches and the Anglican church, St. Michael’s. This is updated from the original post on American Thinker.
Is America experiencing inevitable decline? A nervous breakdown?
They are an interesting couple with prosperous sons and a daughter, in Chester Co., outside Philadelphia.
Read how ordinary people lived back in the late 1600’s and into the 1700’s, in early America.
These records go from 1681 to 1736.