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  • Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi –(d. 2004) was a Zaidi Shiite religious leader in Yemen. al-Houthi began the Shiite rebellion in northern Yemen known as the Sa’dah conflict, which began in 2004.
  • Julian Assange–Founder of WikiLeaks
  • The Beatles -The Fab Four; John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
  • William Blum–Political writer critical of American foreign policy and of the Bush Administration. Author of the controversial book “Rogue State.”
  • L. Paul Bremer–President Bush’s Envoy to Iraq as head of the Provisional Coalition Authority in 2003 and 2004.
  • President George H.W. Bush–The 41st President of the United States.
  • Eric Cantor–Republican Whip in the House of Representatives, Cantor is the only Jewish member of the House Republican leadership.
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton--Currently a Senator representing New York State, Hillary Clinton is a former First Lady and is a candidate for President in the 2008 election.
  • Johnny Cochran–Legal icon and attorney for such luminaries as O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson and other controversial figures.
  • George Armstrong Custer–American Army General, veteran of the Civil War. Best known for his “Last Stand,” the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
  • Tom DeLay–House Majority Leader and conservative Republican. Currently under indictment in Texas and, for now, the former Majority Leader.
  • Arthur Duncan–American tap dancer who gained fame as a regular performer on the Lawrence Welk Show.
  • Clancy Eccles–Jamaican reggae and ska artist who was politically active in support of socialist Prime Minister Michael Manley.
  • William Roscoe Estep –An American Baptist historian and professor known as an expert on the Anabaptist Movement.
  • First Lady Betty Ford
  • President Gerald R. Ford–The 38th President of the United States.
  • David Geffen–Hollywood music and movie producer and well known policial fundraiser for Democratic candidates.
  • The Reverend Billy Graham–Religious cultural icon and spiritual advisor to every American president since Dwight Eisenhower.
  • Rudolph “Rudy” Giuliani–American politician currently for the Republican nomination for the office of President of the United States. He is best known as the Mayor of New York City during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
  • Dennis J. Kucinich–American politician running for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. Formerly known as the “Boy Mayor of Cleveland,” Kucinich is now the Congressional Representative for Ohio’s 10th District.
  • General Robert E. Lee– Army general for the South in the American Civil War.
  • General Stanley McChrystal–American and ISAF commander in Afghanistan.
  • Timothy McVeigh–Domestic American terrorist responsible for the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995.
  • Thomas Nast-American political cartoonist.
  • John Negroponte–American diplomat nominated to serve as the first Director of National Intelligence; a position created to help fight the War on Terror.
  • Willie Nelson–American Country music star, actor, and social activist.
  • Barack Obama–An American politician currently representing the state of Illinois in the United States Senate. he is running for the Democratic nomination for President in the 2008 election.
  • General George Patton–Famed American army general of World War Two.
  • Billy Preston–Grammy-winning keyboardist known as the “Fifth Beatle,” and as an unofficial member of the Rolling Stones.
  • Dave Reichert–Republican Congressman from Washington State’s 8th District.
  • The Rolling Stones –Famous British rock band known as “The World’s Greatest Rock ‘n Roll Band.”
  • Saddam Hussein–Biofile on the late Iraqi dictator
  • Julius Schwartz–Comic book editor whose career greatly influenced the comics industry.
  • Ariel Sharon-Israeli military leader and Prime Minister.
  • Casey Sheehan–U.S. Army soldier who died in the Iraq War. His death caused his mother, Cindy Sheehan, to launch an anti-war demonstration which gained nation-wide attention.
  • Cindy Sheehan–The mother of Casey Sheehan. Her son’s death led her to begin an anti-war demonstration outside of President Bush’s ranch in the summer of 2005.
  • Maria Shriver–Former award-winning television journalist, best-selling author, current First Lady of California, niece to President John F. Kennedy, and daughter of Vice-Presidential candidate Sargent Shriver.
  • Britney Spears- Pop music icon, singer, actress, and star.
  • Andrew Joseph “Joe” Stack III (1956-2010)–Domestic terrorsit suicide/homicide pilot who crashed his plane into an office of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Feb. 18, 2010.
  • Ian “Stu” Stewart–Rolling Stones founding member, pianist and road manager, who is considered “The Sixth Stone.”
  • William Howard Taft-President of the United States and later Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Tom TSquared Taylor–American Video Game Pro
  • Presidents of the United States–A listing of American Presidents, with links to biographical information.
  • American Domestic Terrorists and Assassins–A listing of individuals and groups from the United States, who committed acts of terrorism against the American people.
  • Lawyers, Attorneys, and Judges –A listing of individuals from the legal profession in the United States.
  • Chief Justices of the United States Supreme Court–From John Jay in 1789 to John Roberts, Jr. in 2005 and beyond.
  • American Presidents Who Won the Nobel Peace Prize
  • Kennedy Family Political Dynasty–The famous family of American politicians.
  • Muhammad Ali-Boxing champion

 

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    • The Beatles–The Fab Four from Liverpool took America by storm in the 1960s and changed the face of both popular music and rock and roll.
    •  Susan Boyle–Scottish singing sensation whose vocal performance on “Britain’s Got Talent” amazed the audience and quickly gained fame as word spread across the internet.
    • Arthur Duncan–American tap dancer who gained fame as a regular performer on theLawrence Welk Show.
    • Bob Dylan–American folk and rock icon who changed the face of music in the 1960s. See also: Bob Dylan Videos
    • Clancy Eccles–Jamaican reggae and ska artist who was politically active in support of socialist Prime Minister Michael Manley.
    • The Faces–British band featuring Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, and Jeff Beck
    • Lady Gaga
    • David Geffen–Hollywood music and movie producer and well known policial fundraiser for Democratic candidates.
    • Alexa Ray Joel–Daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, and a piano-playing artist in her own right
    • Billy Preston–Grammy-winning keyboardist known as the “Fifth Beatle,” and as an unofficial member of the Rolling Stones.
    • The Rolling Stones–Famous British rock band known as “The World’s Greatest Rock ‘n Roll Band.”
    • Britney Spears- Pop music icon, singer, actress, and star.
    • Ian “Stu” Stewart–Rolling Stones founding member, pianist and road manager, who is considered “The Sixth Stone.”
    •  Ronnie Wood–Lead guitarist for the Rolling Stones since the mid-1970s, and a former member of the Jeff Beck Group and the Faces.
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