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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - David Jackson
The tornado in Oklahoma provides a classic example of how national television network news operates, depending on local reporters and camera operators until the big guns arrive to take over.
David Jackson, chief operating officer for the mental health department, said the state anticipated completing a phased move to the new Bryce Hospital on the W.D. Partlow Developmental Center campus in Tuscaloosa by early June.
The Washington Times will be there, Executive Editor David Jackson told me, having invited mostly political types.