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Lost, Never Forgotten

With Memorial Day upon us, it seems a fitting time to share some thoughts and reflections regarding a recent trip with my children to Washington, D.C. One of the sites we visited was the newly-dedicated World War II memorial. It was nothing less than breathtaking. The strength and might and heroism that was the “greatest …

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A Suggestion to the President

The debate over illegal immigration rages on. The President, late to the dance, has finally weighed in on the subject. While getting (rightfully) panned by conservatives for continuing his soft stance towards illegals already in the country, he did hit on several points during his recent prime-time address that have long needed to be said in …

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Too Little, Too Late?

        The debate over illegal immigration rages on. The President, late to the dance, has finally weighed in on the subject. While getting (rightfully) panned by conservatives for continuing his soft stance towards illegals already in the country, he did hit on several points during his Monday prime-time address that have long needed to be …

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A Warning From Teddy

You can always tell when a certain issue is being considered by a larger than usual number of Americans based on the emails that start showing up in the “inbox.” Once a particular topic becomes worthy of matrix-like distribution throughout computers nationwide, you know it’s “hot.” Such is that of the current so-called “immigration rights” …

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