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The Wisdom Of George Washington’s Farewell Address Rings True Even Today

I began reading our First President’s address and it struck a cord with me. All the issues and themes we discuss today in America are covered in his farewell address. Instead of me trying to write something myself for President’s Day. I would rather lay silent, step back and let our First President George Washington speak to the nation again. His words are powerful, honest, and deep.

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Tools Of The Trade

Many would tell you the pen is mightier than the sword. In many ways the written word is a deadly adversary. A pen is the tool of a writer and of a creative mind. Upon paper a writer let’s us into their imagination, hopes, dreams, and fears.

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In Remembrance of D-Day

On this day seventy-five years ago young men of the Allied Forces where preparing to raid the beaches of Normandy. Young American soldiers were preparing for the daunting task laid before them to secure Normandy beach, guarantee a Allied Victory, and change the course of the War.