Detroit, MI, December 19, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- There has not been a star added to the Grand Old Flag since Hawaii in 1959. The year before, Alaska was affixed to the Stars and Stripes. A large tract of Yukon-Canadian land separates Alaska from the United States mainland; a large body of water separates Hawaii from the contiguous U.S.
Israel is no different.
Stellar Scholars believes: "Israel embraces democracy and its self-reliance and economic principles mirror our own. Our 51st State will not burden us with debt or taxes to our impregnable system of free government. Social Security and Medicare and all the rest will be part and proverbial parcel to their existing entrepreneurial system of highly successful business enterprise."
Ashley Sword, Executive Creative Director and C.E.O. of Stellar Scholars asserts:
"The fit is so natural. Israel, like America, is a melting pot of religious and cultural values. I look at the denominational makeup of our own Stellar Scholars alone and marvel. We number Catholics, Baptists, Jewish, Muslims, Buddhists and Hindu among the members of our loyal worldwide readership, the entire range of worship and indigenous custom of each country is represented and manifestly."
Zeina Hammoud, whose son Ali has won the prestigious Summa Cum Laude Avanti Award in Automotive Design, corroborates Ms. Sword's assertion:
"All of us give praise to the same God and everyone of us knows the significance of the birth of Jesus that night long ago in the little town of Bethlehem," said Hammoud.
Ashley's and Zeina's enthusiastic anticipation is already being reciprocated from across freedom's shores. Writes Kady Levitt from Bethlehem:
"Sending many blessings to the Stellar Scholars! Such a delight to see my hometown featured on Saints and Scholars! We are absolutely honored!" said Levitt.
Away in a manger in not-so-faraway Bethlehem of Judea, Goodwill to Men and to Women is being spread to All this most Joyous of Seasons!