Richard Nixon attempted to deport John Lennon

…h the anti–Vietnam War movement, the Nixon administration, hearing rumors of Lennon’s involvement in a concert to be held in San Diego at the same time as the Republican National Convention, tried to have him deported. Nixon believed that Lennon’s anti-war activities could cost him his re-election. Republican Senator Strom Thurmond suggested in a February 1972 memo that “deportation would be a strategic counter-measure”…

The most spiritual events and legends of 19th century

…t. Jackson supposedly said he’d “rather fight the British again” than face the Bell Witch and departed the farm quickly the next morning. In 1820, just three years after the spirit arrived at the Bell farm, John Bell was found quite ill, next to a vial of some strange liquid. He soon died, apparently poisoned. His family members gave some of the liquid to a cat, which also died. His family believed the spirit had forced Bell to…

Famous people about Mandela from the other side…

…990, when Mr Mandela declined to meet Mrs Thatcher on a trip to London, Conservative MP Terry Dicks asked: “How much longer will the Prime Minister allow herself to be kicked in the face by this black terrorist?” John Carlisle, Tory MP for Luton North, was furious at the BBC’s screening of the 1990 Mandela concert in London. “The BBC have just gone bananas over this and seem to be joining those who are making Mandela out…

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…arents march in support of their LGBT kid… 1974 AD 1975 AD Bruce and Steven Spielberg A prankster Danny Finegood alters the famo… 1976 AD 1977 AD The Last Guillotine Execution was in 1977! Shuttle arrival 1979 AD 1980 AD John Lennon signs an autograph for his mur… Diego Maradona poses a picture with the Qu… 1981 AD 1983 AD Lightning Michael Jackson dropping the puck for the … 1984 AD 1985 AD A woman hitting a skinhead with her…

The beginning and evolution of Coca-Cola company

Coca-Cola history began in 1886 when the curiosity of an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, led him to create a distinctive tasting soft drink that could be sold at soda fountains. He created a flavored syrup, took it to his neighborhood pharmacy, where it was mixed with carbonated water and deemed “excellent” by those who sampled it. Dr. Pemberton’s partner and bookkeeper, Frank M. Robinson, is credited with naming…