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The House On Capitol Hill

Author : Jeffrey Lynn Stoddard
ISBN : 9781933720241
Genre : Fiction
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The large stately mansion stood majestic and proud upon Capitol Hill, overlooking Seattle in a way that seemed almost to proclaim its dominance of the entire city. But behind those innocent walls lurked a very dark shadow of its past, and the new owners; Tommy and Geoffrey, were to be the next victims of a frightening journey that may well lead to the undoing of their relationship - if not their very lives.

Capitol Hill Haunts

Author : Tim Krepp
ISBN : 9781614236566
Genre : Social Science
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From the Demon Cat that stalks the Washington crypt to the restless spirit of John Quincy Adams in Statuary Hall, it is no wonder that in 1898 the Philadelphia Press declared the Capitol to be the most thoroughly haunted building in the world. Yet there are as many ghosts in the neighborhood as there are beneath the dome. Local writer and guide Tim Krepp intrepidly takes on the best-known haunted tales while also exploring the lesser-known specters. From the weeping lady of The Maples to Commodore Tingey, who still stands watch in the Navy Yard, to the dozens of famous ghosts hosted by Congressional Cemetery, many former residents seem bound to their old home. Join Krepp as he explores the most historic and hair-raising haunts of the Hill.

The Capitol Hill Playbook

Author : Nicholas Balthazar
ISBN : 9781620877395
Genre : Political Science
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A step-by-step roadmap to success for the millions of aides, staffers, and interns in politics throughout the country.

Close Encounters On Capitol Hill

Author : Robert M. Stanley
ISBN : 1452839336
Genre : Political Science
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This recently revised 388 page book conclusively reports that Washington, D.C., is statistically the UFO sightings capital of the world. The author presents over 200 eye-witness accounts of UFO incursions in DC from 1850 to 2007. For the first time, it is revealed that UFOs were sighted over DC at least 22 times in 1952. This caused President Truman to issue a "shoot-on-sight" order of all UFOs in American airspace. However, this presidential directive was soon rescinded after military jets fell from the sky while attempting to intercept UFOs over Washington, D.C. Exactly 50 years later, in July of 2002, UFOs were photographed with 35mm film landing on Capitol Hill. Just ten days later, NORAD scrambled military jets to intercept UFOs in the prohibited/restricted airspace around the capital. The author's two-and-a-half-year investigation of the authentic photographs, and the ongoing military intercepts, led him to dig deep and uncover the amazing covert history of UFOs and ETs in Washington, D.C.


Author : Robert W. Ney
ISBN : 9780988247642
Genre : Self-Help
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Ohio Congressman Bob Ney plead guilty to federal charges of corruption and falsification of federal documents in connection with Jack Abramoff, a Washington super lobbyist-turned criminal. As a six-term member of congress, Bob found himself caught up in a culture of greed, backstabbing, and corruption that eventually destroyed his career. In his new book, Bob recounts the events leading up to his resignation, his own guilt, and how a powerful member of congress and the Bush Administration officials played leading roles in both the Abramoff scandal and Bob's own downfall.

Capitol Hill In Black And White

Author : Robert Parker
ISBN : 0515101893
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Includes index.

The Jews Of Capitol Hill

Author : Kurt F. Stone
ISBN : 9780810877382
Genre : Political Science
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This volume includes entries on every Jewish member of Congress. Each entry identifies the member's political party and the years of service, provides a biographical sketch, often numbering several pages, and includes references for further study. This is the most comprehensive and extensive resource on the legacy of Jewish representation and influence in the United States Congress.

Still Dreaming My Journey From The Barrio To Capitol Hill

Author : Luis Gutiérrez
ISBN : 9780393088977
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The eleven-term Latino congressman describes his life, from his time as a cab driver and community organizer to finding his own political voice, getting elected, and becoming a champion for immigration reform.

Capitol Hill Cooks

Author : Linda Bauer
ISBN : 1589795695
Genre : Cooking
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With love of great cuisine and the bounty of our nation evident throughout this book, Capitol Hill Cooks contains recipes from members of Congress, as well as every president from George Washington (Cranberry Pudding) to Abraham Lincoln (Mary Todd Lincoln's Vanilla Almond Cake) to Barack Obama (The Obama Family's Linguini). Taste Vice President Biden's Kahlua Chocolate Fudge Cake, Senator Charles Grassley's Bacon and Bean Chowder, or Senator Scott Brown's Italian Soup, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's Minnesota Rhubarb Dessert or Congressman Ron Paul's Texas Sweeties?and hundreds more. Many contributors to this book even include notes about their ethnic backgrounds, favorite indigenous foods, and fond memories of meals shared with others. (Barack really likes this, the first lady says of her own apple crisp.)

Capitol Hill Pages

Author : Marcie Sims
ISBN : 9781476669724
Genre : History
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The Capitol Page Program allowed teenagers to serve as nonpartisan federal employees performing a number of duties within the House, Senate and Supreme Court. Though only Senate Pages remain after the controversial closing of the House Page Program in 2011, current and former pages' unique perspectives still, and perhaps not surprisingly, play an important role in United States government. The author, a former Senate Page, shares firsthand accounts along with interviews of past pages and some current notable political figures. In-depth research into the history of Capitol Pages' duties, schooling, experiences, downfalls and victories--including the admission of the first African American and female pages--illustrates the importance of the program in both the lives of the pages and in American politics.

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