PRIVATE SOLDIER UNDER WASHINGTON

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Private soldiering at the beginning of the Revolutionary War was just that; private. How many people in this present generation would know this. Enjoy this week’s REDMOND’S REVIEW. PRIVATE SOLDIERS UNDER GEORGE WASHINGTON The Private Soldier Under Washington, Charles K. Bolton, 1902. As we have just celebrated the anniversary of the birth of the great… Continue reading PRIVATE SOLDIER UNDER WASHINGTON

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SAINT IGNATIUS AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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INTRODUCTION Saint Ignatius and his biography is the subject of this week’s choice of REDMOND’S REVIEW in, “The Autobiography of St. Ignatius. Darren Redmond is the Director for a non-profit organization in Fresno, California. He is a consummate family man. Darren works hard to help other families and youth who battle with many forms of… Continue reading SAINT IGNATIUS AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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GERONIMO STORY OF HIS LIFE

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GERONIMO AND THE STORY OF HIS LIFE Geronimo is the subject of this week’s REDMOND’S REVIEW. Darren continues his weekly report on book reviews. His unique insights into what each author provides to their readers gives us a better understanding in a condensed form. Darren Redmond is the Executive Director of a non-profit firm in… Continue reading GERONIMO STORY OF HIS LIFE

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WAR IN THE BEST OF TIMES AND THE WORST

What will our future be for mankind. From NWO, WHO, NIH, to whatever is next; we have not been told the truth.

WAR AND ITS POSSIBILITIES TODAY War came to mind after so many news reports. Why? Because, news media in its ignominious glory, tend to bend, wind, and distort the truth beyond all believable perimeters. The irresponsibility in United States news media has no bounds. Period! Yet, their strings are being pulled from strong forces behind… Continue reading WAR IN THE BEST OF TIMES AND THE WORST

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