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Apaches, Buffalo Soldiers, That Female Reporter and Me, by E. V. Pete Hester

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 19-04-2018

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To: Publish America, LLLP,  Baltimore, Maryland, CEO Mr. Willem Meiners
ISBN 978-1-4512-4093-1

Apaches, Buffalo Soldiers, That Female Reporter and Me by E. V. Pete Hester,  published 2010

Under a seven year (7 year) contract starting in 2010

I have tried to contact this company through Publish America information and through American Star information to no avail. This  notice is to inform you that this book is no longer under contract to Publish America or any of its affiliates. Contact via telephone and e-mail has been unsuccessful on several attempts. Therefore I am taking this means to advise you of ending our contractual relationship.

E. V. Pete Hester,  Albuquerque, NM 87114  April 19, 2018

 

Sanctuary Cities

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 19-04-2018

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I read on the internet this morning that 80% of American do not support having sanctuary cities. Wow…..80%….I find it hard to believe. I read the Albuquerque Journal every day and based on what I read there it’s more like 80% support sanctuary cities. I suppose it depends on where you are, who you are, and what your readership base is….Well, they do have to sell papers and advertising  I reckon….Now that could be a part of the problem of this web site. ….Nah, I couldn’t do that. Sanctuary cites going against their own government is not right. No wonder we have so many problems in this country, we just ignore the laws, or pick and choose the laws we like….I would imagine about 80% are against same sex marriage also and about the same 80% against abortion. So, I should not be surprised or shocked that the 20% kicking up the fuss is getting their way.