Aiding and Abetting a Real War



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Pierre, South Dakota – The good news about Moammar Gadhafi’s demise arrived via my cellphone early Thursday morning. A friend from the Reagan administration, remembering the Libyan dictator’s attempt to kill my family, called to let me know and added, “You must be very glad to see this day.” But it doesn’t seem to be […]

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The Forgotten War



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Georgetown Co., SC – Collectively, Washington, DC has the attention span of a fruit fly. That’s why all we have heard about lately are the consequences of failing to raise the Federal Debt Limit – action that has prompted no fewer than two dozen dueling news conferences, presidential addresses and Republican “responses” in the past […]

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Missing In Action



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Patriot’s Point, SC – Sixty-seven years ago this week, more than 155,000 U.S., British and Canadian troops assaulted German defenses in Normandy, France, during Operation Overlord. The USS Laffey (DD-724), the most decorated World War II destroyer in existence – normally an exhibit at this magnificent museum but now undergoing repairs – was there on […]

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Hard Reality



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Washington, D.C. – This year’s State of the Union address (SOTU) has now been parsed, analyzed, applauded (80 times), celebrated and derided. The rhetoric has been described as “visionary” and “myopic.” The president’s promises and pledges have been depicted as “important” and “hollow.” None of that really matters in the near term. What’s most important […]

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