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Dennis Jamison

Dennis Jamison
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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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Washington had exposed himself to death so often during the war, yet performed one of the most strident acts of a leader after the old general died when he freed all of his slaves.

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Whether one celebrates Presidents Day or Washington’s Birthday or a combination of such days, it is important to remember where the vision originated or when it was substantiated by action.

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Ronald Wilson Reagan demonstrated an incredible optimism in the American way, and a majority of the American public responded favorably to his “Reagan Revolution.”

Inauguration Speech Sketch Notes | Copyright @ 2014 Doug Neill

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Dr. King was genuinely a man of God and it was his relationship with God that gave him such strength and courage to transform from the humble preacher to the modern-day prophet.

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Ben Franklin understood that it was not the Constitution, but the adherence to and the administration of the ideals in the document, that would perpetuate the government of the people

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SAN JOSE, CA, January 10, 2015 - On January 10, over one hundred and fifty years ago, as the new year of 1863 got...

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Regardless of whether the “public servants” fully support the Constitution, it is indeed time for Americans to rededicate themselves “to preserve, protect, and defend” the Bill of Rights of these United States.

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This volume of history should serve as a warning to beware of allowing too much power to be concentrated in the hands of determined and dangerous narcissists.

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Pearl Harbor may not have been such a “day of infamy” or quite as deadly had it not been for the intelligence gathering efforts of the Kuhn family.

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Focusing on the potential of human harmony requires a genuine effort intended to get past the pain of loss, past resentment, past the emotional and intellectual baggage, past religious or political dogma, and past negative, judgmental attitudes.

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