The following is the official timeline for the Allied States of America. Please note that not all events are listed here.
- Henry J. Fortis is born.
- Chief Justice John Romano is born.
- Deven Carlson is born.
- Actress Tiffany Conner is born.
- In late August, the governors of the six states come together to meet. Texas is threatening to defect from the United States, the other five states join their plan and start the process of separation.
- Elections under government officials begin for the first President of the Allied States.
- President George W. Bush of the United States becomes aware of the plan of separation.
- The United States government begins to reason with the defacto government of the six states, nothing is gained.
- Some officials from the United States start to help the six states (without the U.S. Government's knowledge) with the intent of defecting. Authorities of the six states inform the citizens to vacate the states, or remain and support the separation.
- Martial law is declared by the United States government in major cities in the six states.
- Elections begin under the citizens of the six-states.
- Violent protests and riots begin to break out, to break the martial law, the U.S. Military is eventually overwhelmed.
- The United States government recalls most of the troops to neighboring states.
- The United States government and Allied States government meet in Sacramento, California to discuss the matter again.
- Henry J. Fortis is elected as President of the Allied States.
- The Declaration of American Independence is being written by the governors of the six states.
- The Flag of the Allied States is designed.
- The Allied States of America declares independence from the United States of America.
- The United States begins to recall all their troops from the six states.
- The New American Fund is put into order by the United States to help the Allied States financially.
- After weeks of debating, Houston is declared the capital of the Allied States.
- After things have cooled down, the President's cabinet is finally and officially put into order.
- Applications for new nuclear plants filed.
- The Military of the Allied States is complete.
- The Allied States Department of Cyber Warfare and Control is opened.
- The Allied States is invited to join G12 and humbly accepts.
- Chief Justice John Romano becomes a father to Micheal Romano.
- President Fortis announces that an extra 40,000 troops will be deployed to the Middle-East.
- Centurion City is done constructing.
- The Clark-Kentz Corporation release two new drugs, Yungme and Downsize.
- The biggest New Year's celebration in the history of the Allied States is held in Las Vegas and country-wide.
- The Clark-Kentz Corporation comes under investigation by the Allied States government.
- The states of Colorado and Kansas join the Allied States.
- North California joins the Allied States of America.
- The Allied States invades Zimbabwe to capture and destroy the regime of Robert Mugabe.
- Allied States Army Special Forces apprehend Robert Mugabe after weeks' fighting.
- The Clark-Kentz Corporation's underground facility is badly damaged by an earthquake.
- Allied States of America does not attend the Nuclear Security Summit.
- The Government of the Allied States of America sends an ultimatum to the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka to change their policies, or face prosecution.
- The Government of the Allied States also outlaws the use of Stormfront within A.S. borders, also commenting: "Why would you want to be part of a 'white nationalist' group when the Earth only has one race?"
- The Allied Revolutionary War begins.
- 22 September: The Allied States Government recalls all of its troops abroad, apart from those in Zimbabwe.
- 22 September: Minutes later, the Allied States Department of Cyber Warfare and Control activates all available firewalls which have to do with the Allied States government.
- 23 September: The Allied States cabinet is evacuated to CMADC (Cheyenne Mountain Air Defense Center, previously NORAD HQ).
- 23 September: President Henry J. Fortis and his family lift off from an airbase in Texas with the presidential plane.
- 3 November: Elections in the Allied States begin, with two candidates, Clay Morris, a Democratic-Liberal, and Timothy Mac, a Confederate.
- 6 November: Elections in the Allied States end, with Timothy Mac as the new President.
- June 10: Controversy sweeps through Dakota as the Religious Freedom Amendment to the state's constitution is due to appear on the ballot. The Dakota Religious Freedom Act proposes to revise the state constitution by adding the following section to Article 1:
|“||“Government may not burden a person’s or religious organization’s religious liberty. The right to act or refuse to act in a manner motivated by a sincerely held religious belief may not be burdened unless the government proves it has a compelling governmental interest in infringing the specific act or refusal to act and has used the least restrictive means to further that interest. A burden includes indirect burdens such as withholding benefits, assessing penalties, or an exclusion from programs or access to facilities.”||”|
- June 11: The University of New Bay City's Department of Sciences releases its first journal of science. A notable inclusion in the journal is how the universe came to be, being labeled as "debatable." Several doctorate students have since said they wish for society to get over the science vs. religion debacle. This move by the university has inspired several Senators, mostly religious, to pass a bill banning any further research in the area of how the universe was formed.
- June 25: A lesbian teen couple is attacked and one killed in a Portland, Texas park. Expecting a delayed local law enforcement investigation, the Governor has called for the Texas Ranger Division to take over the case. 
- June 29: Antonio Buehler, who faced 10 years in prison for photographing two police officers allegedly abusing a women on New Year's Eve has been released from custody earlier today after President Mac personally pardoned him. The President then ordered the Attorney General to start an official investigation into the corresponding situation. 
- July 4: Citizens living in the Allied States Proper region of the Allied States celebrate the original independence of the United States of America, which existed for over 200 years. Although citizens in Allied Canada and Baja California have no ancestral binding to the date, they have taken part in celebrations of one of the most important dates in the history of the Allied States of America.
- July 6: The Senate of the Allied States officially declares that under Allied States law, UN General Comment No. 34, Article 19-48 is to not be recognized or applicable on citizens of the AS. Article 19-48, sometimes called the "Human Right to Blaspheme," essentially labels the prohibition of blasphemy as an act against freedom of speech and expression. Blasphemy, which became illegal in the Allied States in 2010, however, is labeled as hate speech.
- July 12: The Department of Abnormality is disbanded due to budget cuts, and wholly becomes the Abnormal Control and Investigation Division (ACID) under the Allied States Department of Homeland Security. The Secretary of Abnormality, however, keeps his position as a representative in the Cabinet, and becomes the Director of ACID.
- July 20: James Eagan Holmes goes on a killing-spree in Aurora, Colorado Subdivision of Rocky State. Twelve people are killed and a further 58 injured.
- July 21: Private First Class Bradley Manning is released from military custody after the Army as well as the Federal Justice Bureau find that "He acted on what he thought was best for the people of the Allied States." Manning is fully reinstated as a Corporal.
- July 23: James Holmes appears before Judge William B. Sylvester in Centennial, Colorado. Charges expected to be filed on July 30th.
- August 15: The "civil rights" group, Atheists.org, is banned in the Allied States following their billboard campaign with offensive remarks concerning Christianity. A spokesperson from the Department of the Interior and Urban Development stated "We live in very sensitive times, and having people trying this while almost everyone in this country is a Christian just isn't going to work. There's a different between hate speech and free speech."
- September 22: After elements of the Pakistani government place a bounty on the head of the filmmakers of the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" extract, the Allied States has announced that it would deployed a further 50,000 troops to the already active War in Pakistan should harm come to the filmmakers.
- November 29: The United Nations votes and declares the State of Palestine a non-member "state." The vote indirectly changed Palestine as an insurgency on Israeli territory to a recognized sovereign nation. The Allied States and 12 other nations were the only to reject the resolution, however it passed by a large majority. The Allied States Department of Foreign Affairs declared that the ASA will continue to recognize the territory of Palestine as sovereign Israeli soil, and would support Israel if they attempt to recapture their lost ground. Most of the international community condemned the AS' actions.
- 27 December: The Allied States becomes completely military-self-independent. It no longer imports any foreign military goods or equipment. However, foreign companies continue to serve the AS military from their facilities within AS borders.
- 20 October: Elections are held in the Allied States. Confederate Timothy Mac versus Liberal Trevor Prince, with Prince winning with a large majority.
- 20 October: Elections are held in the Allied States. Liberal Trevor Prince runs for reelection, going unopposed.
- 6 April: The Allied States of America announces the truth about the annexation of the United States.
- 20 October: Elections in the Allied States are held. President Prince once again runs for reelection, facing though competition in Mark Noah.
- 20 October: Presidential elections occur in the Allied States. President Prince runs for reelection. All opposing candidates withdraw their candidacy eventually. Analysts suspect fowl play.
- 20 March: The first Allied States clone army is commissioned, with all clones aged 19 years. Exactly 2,000,000 are drafted into active military duty, with a further 2,000,000 expected each coming year.
- 20 October: President Trevor Prince wins the presidential elections once again, however, extremely narrowly facing Quincy Masters.
- 20 October: Democratic Liberal Trevor Prince wins the presidential elections, unopposed.
- 1 September: The majority-Democratic Liberal Allied States Senate passes a law effectively making President Trevor Prince president for life.
- 17 September: Given recent events, President-For-Life Prince (aged 50 by this time) declares himself monarch of the Allied States. Along with this, the country's name changes to the Imperial Alliance of America, which is, hereafter, popularly shortened to the Empire, the Alliance or the American Empire.
Still under construction...
See Also Edit
|Allied States of America|
New Bay City FAC
|History & Economy||Struggle for Independence | Declaration of American Independence | Economy of the Allied States|
|Government||Federal government | Executive | Legislature | Judiciary | Constitution | Laws (System) | Law enforcement|
|Military||Department of Defense | Military | Army | Navy|
|Politics||Confederate Party | Democratic Liberty Party|
|People||Henry J. Fortis | Deven Carlson | John Romano | Trevor Prince | Timothy Mac | Beatrice Washton | Dana Erwin | James R. Eden|