William McKinley & James Monroe

William Mckinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death. James Monroe (April 28, 1758 – July 4, 1831) was the fifth President of the United States (1817–1825). 5.0/5

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sooo, you still think you ELECT our president? in 1992 you had skull and bonesman George Bush Sr. vs, Freemason Bill Clinton. in 1996 you had Bill Clinton vs Free mason Bob Dole. Next you had skull & Bones GW Bush vs Free mason Al Gore . Then you had Skull and bones Bush vs skull & bones Kerry. Do you all get it now? In Albert Pike's book he admits the top Freemasons worship Lucifer. The Illuminati has infiltrated the freemason elite. A List of past presidents and people I have found who belong to these secret societies: George Washington, John Adams, James Monroe, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, William Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Andrew Jackson, Franklin Pierce, John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr, Martin Van Buren, Calvin Coolidge, Tyler, Truman, LBJ, Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William Mckinley, Warren Harding, Taft, Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, joseph Kennedy, George Clinton, Woodrow Wilson, H.Hoover,Nelson Rockefella, Dwight Eisenhower,Thomas E Dewey, Nixon, ol ...
November 3 . 1493 Christopher Columbus arrives at the Caribbee Isles (Dominica) during his second expedition. 1507 Leonardo da Vinci is commissioned to paint Lisa Gherardini ("Mona Lisa"). 1529 The first parliament for five years opens in England and the Commons put forward bills against abuses amongst the clergy and in the church courts. 1794 Thomas Paine is released from a Parisian jail with help from the American ambassador James Monroe. He was arrested for having offended the Robespierre faction. 1813 American troops destroy the Indian village of Tallushatchee in the Mississippi Valley. 1868 Ulysses S. Grant elected the 18th president of the United States. 1883 A poorly trained Egyptian army, led by British General William Hicks, marches toward El Obeid in the Sudan–straight into a Mahdist ambush and massacre. 1883 The U.S. Supreme Court declares American Indians to be "dependent aliens." 1892 First automatic telephone exchange goes into operation in La Porte, Indiana. 1896 William Mckinley is elect ...
I have been looking back at history, where I notice President Reagan was shot yet out of the list of Freemaons' who else...remember sorry Im an Australian. George Washington, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Garfield, William Mckinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George Bush were all Masonic Presidents of the U.S.A. When JFK was assassinated LB Johnson took over, then Andrew Johnson took over from Abraham Lincoln? I know Freemason's are normally good, however what I have found in Kings Cross a Lodge j which linked to the Grand Lodge No 2 in South Africia and the front in Sydney was just Freemason's.food for thought when we have Bush on the list.
Tring Tring - Numerology And Indian History - It is interesting to note that many of the unhappy incidents in Indian History have occurred in years whose sum of the digits adds up to be 4 or 9 . 1948 (4) - Assassination Of Mahatma Gandhi 1962 (9) - China War 1971 (9) - Bangladesh War 1975 (4) - Emergency Declared 1984 (4) - Operation Blue Star and the assassination of Mrs Indira Gandhi "2" The Unfortunate Number for European Kings - Charles II of France was poisoned Richard II of England was murdered Edward II of England was murdered Henry II of England was murdered Henery II of France was killed in a Tournament Geroge II of England died suspiciously "0" And the US Presidents - US presidents elected in the year ending with "0" either face assassination attempts or die in office . 1880 Thomas Jefferson 1820 James Monroe 1840 William Hennry Harrison 1860 Abraham Lincoln 1880 James Garfield 1900 William Mckinley 1910 Theodore Roosevelt (Assassination Attempt) 1920 Warren Harding 1940 Franklin Roosevelt 1960 ...
my top 10 US Presidents. Just because it's halftime and I'm waiting for the game to resume.10. John Tyler - He annexed TX. 9. Dwight Eisenhower - He ushered in prosperity after WW2. 8. James Monroe - most brilliant in foreign affairs. 7. Calvin Coolidge - he is the inspiration for small government conservatives. 6. Ronald Reagan - ended the cold war. 5. Grover Cleveland - He vetoed proposed Federal subsidies 4. William Mckinley - He won a war and maintained the gold standard 3. Thomas Jefferson - he was the anti John Adams 2. Abraham Lincoln - the one with the guts in his era to end slavery. 1. George Washington - he set the standard. Ok...game's back on.
1) a. Martin Van Buren, the 8th president. The previous presidents were born as British subjects. 2) a. George Washington. He was inaugurated in New York City on April 30 but before he left his native Virginia he had to borrow money from a neighbor to pay off his debts. 3) d. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest serving president, assuming the job at the age of 42 in 1901 when president William Mckinley was assassinated. Kennedy, at 43, was the youngest to be elected, in 1960. 4) a. William Howard Taft, the 27th president president, from 1909-1913, served as chief justice from 1921-1930. He was also dean of the University of Cincinnati Law School and U.S. secretary of war. 5) The six Jameses: Madison, Monroe, Polk, Buchanan, Garfield and Carter. 6) c. James Monroe, who dropped out of college at age 18 to fight in the Revolutionary War. On December 25, 1776, Monroe crossed the Delaware and led a charge at Trenton, getting wounded in the battle. He was hit in the left shoulder with a musket ball, which cut his ...
Presidential Facts for Presidents’ Day. Bet you didn't know Washington's real birthday. 1. George Washington - This remarkable military leader's favorite horse was named Nelson. Washington disapproved of the Boston Tea Party. He was actually born on Feb. 11, and celebrated his birthday every year on that date. We acknowledge his birthday as Feb. 22 due to a change in calendar formats. 2. James Madison - Yes, his wife was really named Dolley Madison. This president is thus far the country's most petite president, measuring 5' 4", and weighing in at about 100 pounds. He co-founded the Democratic-Republican party with Thomas Jefferson in the early 1790s to oppose the Federalists. 3. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Monroe, passed away on Independence Day, making it three out of the first five U.S. Presidents dying on July 4th. 4. Franklin Pierce – The NH Democratic one-term President's official cause of death was listed as stomach inflammation, although there was suspicion of alcohol-related compli .. ...
Here are somethings that you may or may not know. While Barack Obama is our 44th president, there have actually been only 42 presidents: Grover Cleveland was elected for two nonconsecutive terms and is counted twice, as our 22nd and 24th president. Eight presidents were actually born British Subjects: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson and William Henry Harrison. Nine presidents never attended college: George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland and Harry Truman. Episcopalian is the most common religious affiliation among presidents, followed by Presbyterian. The oldest president inaugurated was Ronald Reagan (age 69); the youngest was John F. Kennedy (age 43). Theodore Roosevelt, however, was the youngest man to become president — he was 42 when he succeeded William Mckinley, who had been assassinated. The tallest president was Abraham ...
A highly opinionated person who commented on one of my posts stated Obama is "a disgrace to our country" who "will go down in history as the worst president we have ever had." Those of you who follow such topics may be interested to know that data from periodic surveys of presidential scholars and historians (reported at the following in the aggregate rankings of the 44 U.S. Presidents to date-- • Obama in a 3-way tie for 14th with James Monroe and Lyndon B. JohnsonRonald Reagan ranked 17th—one notch below the Obama-Monroe-LBJ 3-way tie • Bill Clinton in a 2-way tie for 20th with William Mckinley • George H.W. Bush (the father) in a 2-way tie for 22nd with William Howard TaftGeorge W. Bush (the son) ranked 34th—the 10th-worst president on the list
Does anyone else remember this song from 3rd grade? "The father of our country, George Washington was one. Two was John Adams, then Thomas Jefferson. Then James Madison, and also James Monroe. John Quincy Adams was number six, you know. Andrew Jackson was the seventh in line. And Martin Van Buren followed Andy's time. William Henry Harrison was next at number nine. John Tyler, James Polk; the states were doin' fine. Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce. As James Buchanan left, things were getting pretty fierce. Abraham Lincoln went to war so we could be One nation living in peace and liberty. Andrew Johnson was the boss in those days, Then Ulysses S. Grant, and Rutherford B. Hayes. James A. Garfield was the twentieth dude, And Chester A. Arthur showed his aptitude. Grover Cleveland was the president then. Then Benjamin Harrison, and Grover went again. William Mckinley demonstrated his skill, Then Theodore Roosevelt charged up the hill. The next in line was William Howard Taft, Then Woodrow Wi ...
Famous Fremasons INTRODUCTION From U.S. presidents to top athletes, Founding Fathers to legendary writers, Freemasons can be found in almost every field. Here are some of the most notable members, representing a wide variety of professions. U.S. PRESIDENTS More than a dozen U.S. presidents were members of this fraternal organization, including George Washington (pictured), who earned the distinguished title of master Mason. James Monroe and Andrew Jackson also were Masons, and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are said to have had connections to the organization. Presidents of the 20th century that were members: William Mckinley, Teddy Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Gerald Ford. Lyndon B. Johnson was initiated but completed only the first of the three Masonic degrees and thus was not a true member. Founding Fathers AND PATRIOTS Benjamin Franklin (pictured) became a grand master in 1734 and edited and published the first Masonic book in America that same ...
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