To the Editor: Pearl Harbor has been locked in my memory since that day as a 4-year-old I went sliding on our old wood floor in Multnomah, driving huge splinters under a knee cap. My mother was terrified we might get shelled again, as we had previously on the coast. And there I was needing […]
In speeches and TV interviews, suddenly the guy I supported and voted for twice became this tired old guy spouting the blatherings of the military-intelligence industrial complex.
We are wasting millions of dollars and, more importantly, precious lives, in a worthless cause in the fight for Afghanistan.
In the troubled days that lie ahead with embassy walls burning and explosives firing, it is without a doubt U.S. Marines’ uncommon valor will be ever resolute.
The most basic function of government is to defend the USA. President Obama has a proven track record. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan do not. And Mitt Romney is again surrounding himself with neocon advisors. That tells me a lot.
A message to the families of 9/11 victims Paul Ambrose, Stephen Bunin and Eustice Buccus; your loved ones are still being remembered by two total strangers in Philadelphia.
The family of Sgt. First Class William T. Brown, who was killed in Vietnam in 1969, can rest a little easier now that he was finally laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery in 2012.
Well it seems we’re back now to ridiculous stories leading the news. Exhibit A: The Kardashians.
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