Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day 2010: Every fallen should be remembered for something

May 31, 2010
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Memorial Day 2010: Every fallen should be remembered for something

On this Memorial Day, 2010, every fallen, known or unknown should be remembered, thanks given and prayers said for them, those left behind, and the millions still serving. This column originally appeared  in print in the Sunday May 30, 2010 edition of the Joplin Globe .  It is reprinted here at the request of a Wichita reader.…

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Calderon, Congressional Dems and Obama Admin., traitors one – traitors all?

May 22, 2010
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Traitors one, traitors all, Calderon the Critic on Congress doth call. COMMENTARY: President Felipe Calderon made a call on the United States Congress Thursday and he was none too civil in criticizing his host. Whether it was Arizona’s immigration law that he was mis-characterizing as law enforcement based upon racial profiling or blaming the lack…

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VE Day: 65 years on, the world remembers while America forgets.

May 9, 2010
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VE Day: 65 years on, the world remembers while America forgets.

You didn’t read about it in my hometown paper, the Joplin Globe. A search on Kansas.com and Kansas City.com pulled up but two snippets: a dispatch from Germany and one from Russia. (There were a couple of wire stories on Defense Secretary Robert Gates at the Eisenhower library citing a need to cut defense bureaucracy…

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