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SOURCE Full Disclosure Network
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On President's Day Weekend, Full Disclosure® Network sponsored a special event entitled "Remembering George Washington, the Father of our Country" that was video recorded for cable television and Internet distribution. The purpose of the event was focus on how different the First President was from today's politicians. The video segments are being released on the 281st Anniversary of George Washington's birthday, February 22, 2013.
How Did Washington Succeed?
The Keynote speaker, B. Scott Minerd (CIO of Guggenheim Partners), appears in a three (3 minute) online video preview of the event along where he spoke about the qualities of the man that essentially brought the new country out from under the British tyranny to a new form of government, never tried before in the history of mankind. Watch at this URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2013/02/where-is-our-george-washington/
George Washington Revisits The Revolution in Video Message
America's First President, George Washington also is featured online here in an eight (8 minute) video message to Americans about the perils and pitfalls that have enveloped the country since its founding in 1776 following the Declaration of Independence. The message was presented in person by Washington impersonator and long-time L A Daily News Editor Ron Kaye. The event was held at the at the California Yacht Club by the Full Disclosure Network®, an Emmy Award winning public affairs cable television program, billed as "the news behind the news." Watch the George Washington video message from the URL here: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2013/02/message-from-george-washington/
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