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Daniel G. Jennings

Daniel G. Jennings is a freelance writer and journalist who lives and works in Denver, Colorado. He grew up in Colorado and studied history and journalism at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. Before embarking on a career as a freelance writer and journalist, Jennings worked as a reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers in five states. He has also worked as a security guard, a store detective and a shipping clerk. Jennings' journalism has appeared in several national trade magazines, while his editorial writing has appeared in The Denver Post and on a number of web sites. Jennings' interests include history, fiction, travel, politics, religion, philosophy, Asian cuisine, journalism, and downhill skiing. He is now hard at work on his next novel.

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Denver Initiative: Left Wing Assault on Separation of Church and State in Name of “Peace”

Secularists may soon have to fight a two-front war against Bible-thumping Christians on the right and self-styled promoters of Eastern Religions on the left. Denver's "Peacefulness Ordinance," Initiative 101, would require the city to help ensure public safety by increasing "peacefulness" through the use of techniques typically associated with Buddhist, Taoist and Hindu religions.

Thoughts on the Peace Movement

We find ourselves in a dangerous new reality, in a world which we share with evil people who want to kill us, and destroy our nation and way of life. Such a reality is frightening and uncomfortable, and it requires us to take risks and make sacrifices. Many people can't accept such a reality so they start buying into other false views of reality such as those offered by the peace movement.