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A FATHER’S LEGACY

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville, Louisiana, USA the week of 7/6/2015.

Over the years I have introduced to the readers of this paper people that I had the good fortune to have worked with while living outside the United States. 844 more words

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AMERICANISM - A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR THE 4TH OF JULY

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette and the Bernice Banner; Union Parish, Louisiana, USA, the week of July 4th, 2015.

I have published the following article in the past in various media of both traditional papers and digital blogs. 1,038 more words

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JUST DO IT - AND ACCEPT THE CONSEQUENCES

This will appear in the Bernice Banner, Bernice, Louisiana, USA the week of 6/22/2015.

Anticipation of the gallows is often worse than actually going to the gallows. 695 more words

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GETTING AMERICA BACK INTO OUR SCHOOLS

This will appear in the Bernice Banner, Bernice, Louisiana, USA, the week of 6/15/2015.

My daughter, her husband and child live in Monroe. It was convenient for my granddaughter to attend kindergarten at the local Christen school, OCS. 621 more words

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AMERICA UNDER ATTACK

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville, Louisiana, week of 6/15/2015.

American citizens are fortunate to be a part of a country where we can go to sleep under a free moon while experiencing a feeling of safety as we close our eyes and drift into a gentle slumber. 828 more words

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OPPORTUNITY LOST FOR WORLD PEACE

This will appear in the Bernice Banner, Bernice, Louisiana, USA, the week of 6/1/2015.

Looking back more than twenty years and we can see that we had an opportunity for unification and thus becoming closer to achieving world peace than at any other time in the 20th century; and we let it slip through our fingers. 551 more words

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WHY AMERICA? - WHAT IS SO SPECIAL?

A few days ago we celebrated a very somber and poignant national holiday, Memorial Day. The true significance of the holiday has been minimized in our culture as we view Memorial Day more as the start of summer vacation instead of the memorialization it was intended to represent. 1,752 more words

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