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Memorial Day – Memories of Celebrating With Those Passed On

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Their patriotism was inextricably linked to love of country, and to the last one I spoke to over the years, none of them were hawks who wanted conflict or sought to be in the thick of combat. They loathed war, but did love their country, so it was something they did out of a sense of duty and obligation. Read More »

Robert Reich is Wrong About “Unpatriotic, Regressive” Republicans

Why Robert Reich is wrong that anti-government regressives are unpatriotic. Read More »

When Patriotism Becomes Intolerance

When does patriotism go too far? Read More »

On Displaying of The Flag on 9/11/2011

There's a call to display The Flag on 9/11, but how long will it last this time? Read More »

Truth, Justice and the American Way: Searching for America’s Superman

America needs another hero Read More »

One Horribly Huge Gaffe Leads to National Anthem Debate

The national anthem should be sung, OUT LOUD and proud. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny – Beyond The Missouri Sky

Stop. Drink coffee. Reflect. Read More »

Book Review: A Salute to Service: The Rebirth of Patriotism, Edited by Mike Radford

In the spirit of Memorial Day, this anthology, written for and by people who have served our country, is a letter-perfect reminder of the value of patriotism. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Bruce Springsteen – Born In The U.S.A

Let the summer begin! Read More »

Does Anyone Remember Memorial Day?

Why are the people on the commercial dancing to celebrate Memorial Day Savings? Read More »