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Dennis Jamison

Gettysburg, Lincoln, Civil War, Memorial Day

Memorial Day: Remembering the soldiers that died for America

SAN JOSE: Memorial Day was born from tragedy. The loss of some 620,000 men and boys, dying in the ashes of the American Civil War is tragic. The incredibly painful experience of the nation’s loss on such a massive scale causing the Veteran’s Association to provide a practical means for the families and survivors to ...

Who do we celebrate on Presidents Day? Presidents or a 3-day weekend?

SAN JOSE:  In recent years there has been much confusion over whether the holiday on the third Monday of February.  Is it a day to remember the birthday of George Washington or a day to honor all American presidents? Unfortunately, calendars do not often help to answer this question. Some calendars creating more confusion than clarification as ...

Happy Birthday Benjamin Franklin – America’s Founding Father

SAN JOSE: This week we celebrate the birthday of one of the most important Founding Fathers to serve his country. Before and after it became a legitimate nation. Benjamin Franklin may have been the unofficial president of the United States. Sadly, Americans have never honored this great American as they have done for others less ...

Christmas 2018: Following the faith of the Magi in finding Christ

WASHINGTON: At the time of the Christmas holiday, Christians all over the world will celebrate the birth of Jesus, the savior. In the biblical story of that birth is the story of the Magi or “Wise Men.” The story of the Magi is often about the gifts given to the infant Jesus. However, that is ...

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Christmas and the faith to follow a star to the glory of Christ

WASHINGTON: And they were saying, “Where is The King of the Judaeans who has been born?” For we have seen his star in The East and we have come to worship him. Matthew 2:2 Each year at Christmas millions of Christians in America celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, their savior. However, to many Americans, ...

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Thanksgiving: A holiday whose history celebrates gratitude

SAN JOSE: The history of the Thanksgiving holiday has been romanticized to almost mythic proportions since the original event. As historical events fade into the past, the actual people and original events that occurred, take on mythic proportions. The First Thanksgiving Holiday The “First Thanksgiving” is one such event. If people were able to see it ...

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United Nations Day in 2018: Will the UN wither or reform?

SAN JOSE: As the world recognizes October 24th as United Nations Day, many in the world wonder whether the U.N.  will continue to exist. From reformation of the Security Council to the reformation of the entire body of the U.N. deliberation and debate has continued. However, one thing is certain: the U.N. as the world ...

Columbus, Christopher Columbus, Dennis Jamison

Columbus and Kavanaugh both fighting elite politicians of their day

WASHINGTON: As American citizens observe Columbus Day, they may be surprised that Justice Brett Kavanaugh has more in common with Christopher Columbus than they may know. The bitter and divisive political showdown over the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was a modern-day political smear job brought on by the Democrats. It was ...

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George Washington Farewell Address: Advice for the 2018 elections

SAN JOSE: Anticipating the 2018 elections, it may be that politicians, and voters, should read George Washington’s Farewell Address. In 2016, Hillary Clinton claimed that Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, Make America Great Again, was meaningless. America is already great, she insisted. Then her pronouncement was a borderline denial of reality. And, the American people expressed ...

Kavanaugh Hearing, Boring False Witness, Dennis Jamison

Kavanaugh Hearings: Morality Concerns, or Bearing False Witness?

SAN JOSE, CA: The issue of morality, once again, has taken the center stage within the American political arena. The mainstream media are amplifying the official mantra of the lack of morality as an issue to derail President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. The Kavanaugh Hearings, with all the salacious content, concern over ...