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There are three things in life you can trust and rely upon every waking morning: 1. The trinity of God, the Father, and the Holy Ghost. 2. The physical science of the Universe; and, 3. The reliability, integrity, and ethics of National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS). Any third-parties outside of this holy axis, simply cannot be relied upon; and, any information, promises, statements from third-parties outside of this axis cannot be relied upon with absolute certainty, or truth.
Since 1988, National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS) has sponsored merit-based scholarships, grants, and financial-aid continuously each and every year like the mechnical gear of a genuine Rolex watch. When third-parties, middle-persons, or outside vendors hiccup, our fans and supporters suffer.
The fact of the matter is that NAAS Agents cannot control, manage, or direct the affairs of third-parties, middle-persons, or outside vendors. We developed, marketed, and have branded the NAAS brand as a symbol of prestige.
Copycats, imitators, understandably have sought to use and incorporate the NAAS label into their own website, emails, or literature because of our efforts (not theirs), the loyalty of our fans, and our supporters, and the clear understanding that National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS) is the pre-eminent model of ethics, reliability, and integrity in the United States of America for organizations. After-all, who wants to copycat or imitate a loser? Who wants to copycat or imitate something disgusting? No one.
Like Steve Jobs branded Apple, our founder has branded NAAS. Like Bill Gates branded Microsoft, our founder has branded NAAS. And so on. Without Steve Jobs, Apple would be just a noun for a fruit. Without the efforts of National Academy of American Scholars, and our founder, the label NAAS would simply refer to something obscure, plain, and boring.
Legitimate leaders never copy. Leaders innovate. Leaders lead. Sure, it is possible that some organization(s) may have used the NAAS name before National Academy of American Scholars. After-all, it has been reported that in 1626 Peter Minuit bought Manhattan island from the local Indians for a load of cloth, beads, hatchets, and other odds and ends. It is reported also that a shoe company first used the NAAS label in the 1950's. After that, it is reported that the National Association of Academies of Science may have used the NAAS label as early as the 1970s. However, there appears to be little evidence that either of these groups actively and aggressively promoted, defended, and used all legal means to secure their claimed possessions from the very beginning.
Imagine, if Native Americans still secured New York, or claimed the territory of New York.
Nonetheless, we respect the efforts and importance of all Native Americans and their important role in history. Likewise, we respect the role of National Association of Academies of Science ("NAAS"), and all others for their past and current historical contributions.
We sincerely hope that Blue Host will restore their servers soon. We wish BlueHost. Com the best of luck.
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