Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Christmas present for John F. Kerry

I thought 2004 would be the last of John F. Kerry–who served in Vietnam (and Cambodia)  I’m told–but no; rising like a political third-string zombie he still haunts the Senate chambers contaminating its importance and history. Worse, Kerry will soon … Continue reading

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Tiny caskets.

It was mid-fall in Colorado and my family joined other church families for a Saturday cookout at the local park. In those days it seemed like every family had four children; as I remember the scene was Norman Rockwell-worthy replete with football throwing, … Continue reading

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