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Portrait in Friendship

The first lady needed a friend, someone who would be trustworthy and caring, with her best interests at heart. Mary Todd Lincoln found that friend in her dressmaker, Elizabeth Keckley. Madame Elizabeth, as she was known, was a gifted seamstress; her mother having taught her as a young girl. She ...

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The Book That Holds Power and Life

Ann was beautiful, with long, auburn hair and fair skin. She was kind-hearted, a soft whisper of a pioneer woman, like her name. She was 16 in 1829 when she traveled from Kentucky with her parents, James and Mary Ann Rutledge, and her nine siblings, to the open prairie of ...

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Angry Letters from a President

When Abraham Lincoln felt anger towards another, he would often pen an anger-filled letter to the individual in which he would allow his feelings of frustration to flow freely. Once the letter was written, Lincoln would allow himself a time of regaining control of his emotions after which he would ...

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Mastering the Media: A Prayer for Righteous Reports

mainstream media, press, media bias, liberal cult, mass media, power of the press

Who is the most formidable foe of any political contender? Most would agree that it’s the mass media. It is the media which seeks to shape and dictate the mindsets of the masses either in favor or in opposition to the candidates which respectively uphold or resist their agenda. And ...

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