Dole Defines Determination


Senator Dole has been the center focus in national media with his five laps of ninety counties in Kansas and his return yesterday to the Capitol to lobby for the  treaty called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities.  His determination to support Veterans and disabled persons is remarkable.  And his support for the the treaty is modeled after the Americans With Disabilities Act, the landmark law that provided civil rights protections to people with disabilities.

From this week’s coverage
NY Times:
Associated Press
Roll Call:
LA Times: 

A sampling of media surrounding Senator Dole’s return to Kansas last month.
Wichita Eagle:
Hutchinson News:
Topeka Capital-Journal:
McPherson Sentinel:
Wichita Public Radio:

And on a micro scale…he and I will be mentioned in the upcoming electronic White House News Photoraphers Newsletter which Dennis Brack is getting started.  It’s an excellent venue for WHNPA members and since we own a lot of copyrighted material, lets promote it!  Many of us are becoming independent publishers and it’s time we began to promote our work collectively.

On a side note, Dennis is working harder since his retirement publishing and promoting a his new book “Presidential Picture Stories” and taking on a variety of publishing tasks.  As Bob Daugherty of AP said of Dennis:  “If I had to hire two people, I’d hire Dennis.”



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