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Black Jack Johnson Free At Last!!!!

After a lifetime of boxing the world, “the Galveston Giant, John Arthur Johnson born March 31, 1878 – d. June 10, 1946), was posthumously pardoned 105 years after being arrested on charges of violating the Mann Act—forbidding one to transport a woman across state lines for “immoral purposes”—a racially motivated charge that embroiled him in...

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Dennis Rodman, Basketball and North Korea

I’m inspired that Dennis Rodman possibly played [it’s denied] a part in the release of U.S. citizen, Otto Warmbier, an American who spent 17 months detained in North Korea for allegedly removing a propaganda sign from his hotel room. North Korea means what they say! Don’t steal! [God makes difficult things happen through ordinary people.]...

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Patrick Ewing: “The Success Man”

Patrick Ewing, the incoming Georgetown coach walked into the standing-room-only news conference as the band chanted “Hoya Saxa.” in the freshly minted athletic center bearing the name of John Thompson Jr, the iconic former coach who built the Hoyas into a national power, and for whom Ewing became the program’s most identifiable player. Ewing now...