Independent Joe #42 February/ March

In some of its earliest iterations, it was referred to as yellow journalism. Back in the early days of this nation’s history, it manifested itself in so-called Pamphlets, where the writer would use a pseudonym and slander his political opponents with outrageous allegations – some having just a sliver of truth, others lacking even the…

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Military Training Makes this Colonel an Effective Dunkin’ Operator

The transition from serving his country to operating a string of successful Dunkin’ Donuts franchises in the Washington D.C. area may seem like a radical change for retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Jerome Johnson, but apparently it was less of an adjustment than one might imagine. Johnson, who retired from active duty after a 22-year career,…

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