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Woman of the Year Melania Trump By Bernard B. Kerik & Debra Ann Faretra NJ Blue Now’s decision to pick First Lady Melania Trump, wife of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, as this year’s Woman of ...
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Man of the Year Lieutenant Steven R. Floyd “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” 
John 15:13 By Joseph R. Uliano, M.A., Ed.S. The honor bestowed upon a “Man of ...
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Citizen of the Year Jonathan Smith By George Beck, Joel E. Gordon, Joe Uliano and Eddie Vega The first burst sounded like the slow steady pops of a strip of firecrackers, perhaps special effects from the stage a few feet ...
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Celebrating the man who became a hero saving lives; our hero took a bullet (not a knee). By George Beck, Joel Gordon, Joseph Uliano and Eddie Vega The folks at GQ Magazine think otherwise, preferring to celebrate a millionaire athlete ...
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Heroes of 2017 By Chris Amos Have you ever heard of Crystal Griner, David Bailey, or Henry Cabrera? How about Nicole Battaglia, Alexander Jensen, or Kevin Jobe? Not exactly household names. In fact, you could be in the same grocery ...
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THE WOLF WHO LOVES By Jay Martinez, Former U.S. Recon Marine and Retired Detective, (active Sheepdog) Can we go on an exploration? An odyssey that by design weighs the validity and the function of why and how we have performed ...
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Heroes Among Us By Lt. Patrick J. Ciser, C.P.D. (Ret.) “Hero,” is an overused word in our society to be sure. Some people, and rightfully so, are sometimes heroes to just one person. A father or mother can absolutely be ...
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Patrolman Quincy Smith, a Man of Valor. By Joseph Pangaro, CPM On January 1, 2016, Patrolman Quincy Smith of the Estill Police Department in South Carolina was dispatched to check out a man who had possibly shoplifted from a local ...
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