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Dennis Jamison

Dennis Jamison
Dennis Jamison reinvented his life after working for a multi-billion dollar division of Johnson & Johnson for several years. Now semi-retired, he is an adjunct faculty member at West Valley College in California. He also currently writes a column on history and one on American freedom for the Communities Digital News.

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We can learn much from the difficult struggle for women's right to vote in America.

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By 1869, the real disagreement over ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment led to the creation of two separate women's suffrage organizations.

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While the Watergate debacle had profound consequences with several convictions of criminal activity by insider GOP operatives, as well as campaign finance reform, it pales in comparison to the crimes of the current Obama administration, including Hillary Clinton’s role as the former Secretary of State.

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If the freedom that many Americans take for granted still matters to citizens, they could take one step forward to challenge historical amnesia, and go see Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film, and not let the “Party of the Lie” tell people how to believe.

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Today in America, the ultimate destruction of the founding principles can be considered a goal of one political party.

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Hillary Clinton is no Abraham Lincoln.

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Today is the anniversary of that explosive day, usually referred to as Bastille Day.

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Indeed, the words of the Declaration of Independence served as a powerful statement to the rest of the world why freedom itself was essential -- “…to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them…”

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The surprise invasion of South Korea by North Korea on June 25, 1950 put America back into global war.

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President Obama doesn't seem to understand that the intent or the Orlando terrorist was to kill Americans because they were Americans.

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53 years ago, at the feet of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King uttered his most famous words "I have a dream ..."