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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 currently writes a column on US history and one on American freedom for the Communities Digital News, as well as writing for other online publications. During the 2016 presidential primaries, he worked as the leader of a network of writers, bloggers, and editors who promoted the candidacy of Dr. Ben Carson. He founded the “We the People” Network of writers and the Citizen Sentinels Project to pro-actively promote the values and principles established at the founding of the United States, and to discover and support more morally centered citizen-candidates who sincerely seek election as public servants, not politicians.

Reflections of Mother’s Day and the value of motherhood

Some question whether motherhood is an admirable profession in the 21st century.

Tax Day: Remembering Jefferson and the fundamentals of freedom

Well before the American Civil War erupted, Jefferson viewed slavery as antithetical to freedom.

April 12, 1861: Democrats enact plans of war against the union

Democrats reacted badly to their political party’s loss to Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln in 1860. Is this history repeating itself?

History: President Wilson sends America into the “Great War”

President Wilson contrasted the autocracy in Germany with the Russian Revolution that he mistakenly interpreted as a democratic uprising.

Women’s history: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Seneca Women

Historians usually attribute Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott as the two ladies who organized the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848, which is recognized as the foundation for the women’s rights movement in the U.S.

Women’s Month: Rosa Parks and the fight against segregation

Rosa Parks passed away on October 24, 2005, but the memory of her heroic defiance of injustice lives on.

Reflections on the real Saint Patrick and his Irish Church

Saint Patrick was a Roman citizen by birth and a Briton by geography. He was enslaved by heathen Druids in Ireland before being moved by God to embrace Christianity.

Saint Patrick: The real man at the heart of the mythology

Common myths and misunderstandings may prevail regarding Ireland’s patron saint; yet, at the heart of the myths, there is a very real man

The three presidents at the center of America’s insurrections

We are facing our third insurrection by Democrats in reaction to the election of Donald J. Trump.

George Washington’s Emancipation Proclamation

Freeing his slaves is a legitimate legacy from a man who dared for risk his life for the true freedom of his people.

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