I carried a gun in New York City for more than a decade — back when there were thousands of murders a year and the Bronx led the nation in killings. On at least four occasions, that gun saved my life, and in a couple of instances, the lives of people who were with me at the time.
Before he began his acting career, Durning served with distinction during WWII. He was amongst the first wave of American soldiers to storm Omaha Beach on D-Day. Durning also fought in the Battle of the Bulge in which he was one of only three American soldiers to survive the Malmedy massacre. Durning earned three Purple Hearts and a Silver Star for his service.
“Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this …
It is difficult to imagine the life of a severely wounded warrior recovering at Walter Reed. Wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan, many have had their lives blown up in every sense of the word. Musicorps is an intensive music rehabilitation program that helps them recover their lives.
Question: What could anyone do to protect the lives of innocents in a situation like the Newtown CT shooting?
Mr. Truman’s St. Paul MN pie-for-everybody speech last night reminded us that, at the tail-end of the recent session of Congress….
As union-ravaged Michigan moves bravely toward becoming a Right To Work state, one is treated to the union violence unleashed against any move toward allowing to people work outside the unions.
With the election safely over, the Obamas are sparing no expense as they enjoy life in The White House.
When the Edward Gibbon of the 22nd century comes to write his History of the Decline and Fall of the West, who will feature in his monumental study of the collapse of the most successful economic experiment in human history?