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Bio #1 HTML:
J.J. Jackson is a conservative/libertarian author writing about events in the United States and around the world. He is the owner of Conservative News & Opinion – The Land of the Free and also The Right Things – Conservative T-shirts & Gifts. His weekly articles can be found at Liberty Reborn
Bio #2 HTML:
J.J. Jackson’s weekly articles can be found at Liberty Reborn and he is a contributor to several internet websites. He writes in the defense of individual liberty and limited government as the best way to secure the blessings of freedom for all people.
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*Please note that J.J. Jackson retains the privelge of denying reprint rights to certain sites which he feels violate the basic tenants of his own beliefs.
The following sites regularly publish Mr. Jackson’s articles:
Examiner.com (Mr. Jackson is the Pittsburgh Conservative Examiner)
Associated Content (AssociatedContent.com)
Canada Free Press (CanadaFreePress.com)
Web Commentary (WebCommentary.com)
The Political Pistachio (politicalpistachio.blogspot.com)
American Daily (AmericanDaily.com)
Enter Stage Right (enterstageright.com)
His articles are also regularly posted on many prominent message boards such as FreeRepublic.com and hundreds of other websites each week.
Please note that J.J. Jackson does not grant permission to sites to publish his articles that are the following:
- racist/white supremacist
- dedicated to 9/11 Truther Conspiracies