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By E.W. Jackson On this, the 202nd Birthday of our National Anthem, lets demand the respect our country deserves   “Oh say does that star spangled banner yet wave, For the land of the free, and the home of the brave.” Today marks the 202 years since Francis Scott Key penned those words for what would eventually

by E.W. Jackson As an American of African descent and a great grandson of slaves, I find Colin Kaepernick’s behavior deeply disturbing. As a Marine Corps Veteran of the Vietnam era, I took an oath to the Constitution of United States. I love my country and the Flag which represents our nation and our people.

BY: JOSHUA DENTON 12/18/2016 Conservative organizations representing 25 states recently joined together in an open letter with some tough questions for Donald Trump. The letter starts off with:   We, the undersigned, represent millions of pro-family Americans who are dedicated to a nation where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive and life is

BY: JOSHUA DENTON 2/17/2016 Many students seem to be in favor of Apple not assisting the FBI in developing a path into the device owned by a shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. Apple would have to write a new program to unlock the device. In what is becoming a widely circulated letter, the

Feb. 15th, 2016          For Immediate Release! Churches Need A Get Out The Vote Plan (In the last presidential election, sixty five million evangelicals stayed home) Interview – Contact Latoya at 757-375-6444, Latoya@EWJackson.com For permission to publish this release or parts of it, (word count: 819) contact AngelPublicity@aol.com for a prompt response. Preview: 

JOSHUA D. DENTON “I have a dream.” Everyone has heard those words from Martin Luther King Jr. Dream. It’s another word for vision. It describes a view. The familiar expression “what you see is what you get” comes to mind. What if Martin Luther King Jr. had not had the vision outlined in his most






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