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Dennis Jamison

Constitution Day 2018: Americans must choose whether it matters

SAN JOSÉ, Calif. On Constitution Day, September 17, 2017, a recent poll from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center generated a great deal of insight about why the Constitution of the United States is in trouble. That year’s Annenberg Constitution Day Civics Survey revealed that a significant number of Americans are clueless about the ...

Patriot Day, September 11, First Responders, 9/11, September 11, Dennis Jamison

Patriot Day 2018: Despite America’s divisions, the heroes of 9/11 still shine

SAN JOSE, CA Sept. 11, 2018 – Seventeen years have passed since the horror of the events of September 11, 2001. The insidious terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center buildings and the Pentagon and the murders of thousands innocents have left permanent scars. This Patriot Day, as we remember the victims of the 9/11 terror ...

Labor Day: An early foundation for the advancement of American Socialism

WASHINGTON: As we enjoy the three day holiday weekend to celebrate Labor Day, many are not fully aware of how this official federal holiday was created. In reality, Labor Day is not about labor union officials harmonizing with the government. It was not to honor the efforts of those who labored day in and day ...

Flag Day: Does that star-spangled banner yet wave?

SAN JOSE: In the past century American citizens have witnessed the public disrespect, disdain, desecration, and destruction of the Stars and Stripes, the flag of the United States of America. More recently football fans have been dismayed and enraged by the controversy over players insisting upon making their own controversial political statements by refusing to ...

President Truman: Honoring the troops on Armed Forces Appreciation Day

President Truman enacted Armed Forces Appreciation Day to help people better understand the function and role of the military in American society, but the essential intent was to recognize and appreciate the military and to provide a means for the public to thank men and women in uniform for their service.

Mother’s Day: Abortion’s assault on Motherhood in 2018

At the beginning of this new millennium, the assault upon the traditional role of motherhood may lead to the eradication of the model of the traditional family as the major building block of a stable society. Eradication of the value of the family is an existential threat to any healthy society.

Jesus Christ, Commandments, Easter, Disciples

Easter: Reviving the commandments of Jesus Christ

At the Last Supper, knowing that his crucifixion was at hand, Jesus Christ spoke to his disciples, offering them one last commandment. If you love me, love my commandments. The first of those is to Love the Lord, your God. He also begged them to love each other.

Ireland’s St. Patrick: His long journey from Slave to Saint

St. Patrick, a teen of noble Roman birth, was taken to Ireland as a captive and enslaved by Irish slave traders around 400 AD. One day, after six years of slavery, he heard the voice of God telling him to go back to Rome. Later he returned to Ireland as a Bishop of the Church.