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Imagine The Universe Lining Up And Creating A Miraculous Way For Contact To Be Made With One Of The Greatest And Most Reclusive Writers On The Planet. Imagine The Gems Discovered When That Writer Decided To Open The Door To Her Life And Allow You To Enter. Imagine Becoming Good Friends With That Writer. Imagine Being Blessed With The Opportunity To Learn About Life, Friendship, Writing And Death From That Writer. Imagine The Horror Experienced After Suffering A Traumatic Event Involving The Writer. Imagine The Joy Experienced When Healed From The Trauma And How This Author Was Able To Remember The Beautiful Friendship With Octavia E. Butler. This Was A Reality For Author Jacqueline D. Harris And We Are Grateful She Choose To Share This Journey With The Reader.

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Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle Cell Disease

Published by Twenty-First Century Books 2001

ISBN 0761314598,9780761314592
96 pages

Examines the history of this inherited disease that affects African Americans and reviews possible future cures.

The Art of Spinning the News and Revising History

Back in the Sixties, our teachers used to spin this revisionist tale of how our first president, George Washington, really died. His sore throat was not what was commonly called “putrid throat” – it was syphilis (a symptom of which is a throat virus). The revisionists couldn’t pin any love children on Washington. Washington was apparently unable to produce children. That was not true of his wife, Martha, a young widow with small children when he met and married her. So the Liberals had to settle for death by syphilis, instead. The Liberals delighted in the candor of Benjamin Franklin’s dirty old man persona. Franklin himself delighted in it right into his old age. Washington wrote of it when he took over the Continental Army in 1775. Washington was nothing, if not fastidious. He died of a sore throat. Washington’s doctors drew some much blood, however, that it left him too weak to recover from an otherwise non-fatal malady. The spinmeisters had a much better time with Pres. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence. They gloat that he had a lifelong affair with his slave, Sally Hemmings. Although docents at Jefferson’s Monticello estate claim that it was more likely his brother, Randolph, a few facts do support the Liberal claims. Sally Hemmings was born to one of Martha Skales Jefferson’s father’s slaves. Sally and Martha were about the same age. “Rumors” suggest that Martha herself was the off-spring of a slave, possibly the same slave as Sally. Sally, it turns out, was white. She looked so much like Martha, Jefferson’s late and much beloved wife that the theory is that if Jefferson took her as a concubine, it was because of her resemblance to Martha. The Democrat Spin has slimed every Republican candidate since Richard Nixon challenged John F. Kennedy for the presidency in 1962. Sliming, in fact, has been a pastime of the press since American politics began. But here we are in the 20 Century and the Clintons have raised (or lowered, as it were) spin to new depths of muck, smearing the opposition, charging them with false or unprovable accusations, courting the upper echelons of the corporate media... Franklin D. Roosevelt used to take the press on picnics. Today, the media environment is much more competitive, with the 24/7 news cycle. Reporters on deadline are pressured to get the “big story” or “scoop” before their competitors do. If they miss the scoop, they can be sure to hear from their editors and the company management. During Bill Clinton’s presidency, according to Spin Cycle: How the White House and the Media Manipulate the News , by Howard Kurtz (Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, 1998), Mike McCurry, Bill Clinton’s White House Spokesman, broke the Media down into... The ideal message bearers were the big television and cable networks: ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN. The networks were chosen as the bearers of the worst news because any story only had about two minutes (at most) to deliver the bad news. A news item like Travelgate, for instance, got the minimum of coverage and then it was on to the next story. Even if the story went on for months, that was good news for the White House because they knew viewers would soon get bored with the story and decide it was no big deal after all, or just politics as usual. The big newspapers – the New York Times , the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal – had more aggressive reporters, but the owners and publishers of the papers were on board with the Democrats and the President. What’s more, the Times and the Post could count on a loyal, limited, Liberal readership. Their articles were much too long for the average reader whose time was limited by work and family responsibilities. The Times printed all the news that was fit to print. But the average reader didn’t have time to read it all (my father did, much to my mother’s frustration). Other large cities had spreadsheet newspapers, like the Los Angeles Times , to service the Liberals in those cities.

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Ottawa and Area Registered Runners (Running Room) 2011
Ottawa and Area Registered Runners (Running Room) 2011
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