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Opinion: Reflections On Memorial Day



It can be argued that the United States Of America has never been a country at peace and that really our entire modern civilization continues to be shaped by warfare. The politics of the many conflicts aside, the fact that young men and women have been willing to charge into a hail of bullets and s...

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  1. Sorry, I should have said what Sylvia said first then pointed out the tiny error. It was a Great column, and I’m sad to see the shrinkage of news articles in the paper, I guess Joe is finding out how hard it is to work constantly to grow new readership by providing excellent work and creating an excellent reputation, before the subscribers sign up. I can’t tell if this is a pause, or the beginning of the end, but seeing Austin once every 2-3 months does not warrant a Masthead, just like Joe has had to drop the house of the week! Maybe it is time to drop Austin Rhodes, false advertising is just as bad as false news.

  2. This is one of the best and most thought provoking writings I have ever read about today’s America. Sort of reminds me of the tail (the loud minority) wagging the dog (the millions of peaceful God fearing majority). Thanks Scott for honoring those Americans who looked into fear’s face and never returned home to their loved ones.

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