HARTFORD, Conn. — Criticized for saying he "regrets" misstatements he made about his military service during the Vietnam War, Connecticut Senate...
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The president's actual foreign policy strategy must be more than about Afghanistan. Commending allies that support US efforts in Afghanistan is not necessarily the makings of a new global commons.
We certainly have a lot of ground to cover this week, so let's dig right in.
I'd like to start with a declaration, though: Bristol Palin is now fair g...
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I was invited to help the people in my Twitter stream appreciate and honor the spirit of this Memorial Day by commenting briefly on the concept of service.
I am a "non sequitor" specialist.
I do infer improper conclusions that do not logically follow the premise of whatever. That great American Rush Li...
Unlike my father, I never served my country, and I pray my sons never have to fight any war, but even on his funeral day, my father reminded me about the meaning of service and the need to respect it.
Lawrence B. Wilkerson has spent 31 years as a soldier in the US Army, including military service in Vietnam. He played a role in the death of a Vietnamese girl and came to disclose that.
Have a say! You each individually have a mind and a mouth that finally you have a right to use. This vote is your only weapon, so go ahead and use it .
As a retired military officer and a soldier, I can tell you that there's nothing in what Wes Clark said about McCain with which I disagree. He has not only stated the facts, he knows something about them.
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