Tag Archives: United States

Gosh, I’m Thankful… for the Greatest Generation

Thanksgiving Day 2013 By Jeff Salter On this Thanksgiving Day, I have uncountable blessings to be grateful for, but one which takes center stage is living in this nation which affords freedom and so many blessings to so many. But … Continue reading

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C2AA Now in Paperback

By Jeff Salter  I realize it’s Halloween and I’m supposed to be scaring everybody, so here’s a quick, token BOO! and then I’ll get on with my sales pitch during Free Week at 4F1H. Yeah, this is an exciting part … Continue reading

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Freedom and Independence

Honoring the Greatest Generation By Jeff Salter Today is a day we set aside for remembering that fateful day in 1776 when our Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and formally split the new nation America from the rule … Continue reading

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Tribute to Greatest Generation

By Jeff Salter We have an ‘open’ week here at 4F1H, so it’s only natural that I’d use Hound Day to talk about my upcoming novel, Called To Arms Again, scheduled for release by May 30.  Of the seven novels … Continue reading

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Declaring Independence

                               … Meant Freedoms (Large & Small)                                                             By Jeff Salter              I don’t care all that much for picnics or fireworks (though I have nothing in particular against them).  I worry, however, that new generations think of July Fourth as … Continue reading

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Active vs. Passive and Justice Stewart

Justice Potter Stewart, A United States Supreme court Justice who sat on the Court in the 1960s, said it best in the case of Jacobellis v. Ohio. He had a concurring opinion as he agreed in the result but not how the … Continue reading

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