Memorial Day

 
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No place for a woman

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Memorial Day | If readers will excuse me, I would like to take advantage of Memorial Day to air a pet peeve. Since it’s a “peeve” with roots in a broader problem, here…

Acknowledging a soldier’s sacrifice

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Memorial Day | On Memorial Day I wheeled my mother through the twists and turns of Hillside Cemetery in Ardsely, Pa., and she remarked that there was no one there. Nor was…

Globe Trot: On this Memorial Day …

By Mindy Belz
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Memorial Day | We remember the nearly 7,000 families who have lost loved ones in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for…

Casualties of war

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Military | Alarming suicide rates among combat veterans prompt action in the military and in ministries

The bloodiest day

The bloodiest day

By Marvin Olasky
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Memorial Day | The Civil War produced more than 600,000 deaths: Ten percent of all males 20-45 years old in the North, and 30 percent of all white males 18-40 years old in…

To hell and back

To hell and back

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Memorial Day | On Sept. 7, 1944, Edward Treski received a lifetime dose of perspective

Humbled through warfare

Humbled through warfare

By Mindy Belz
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Memorial Day | U.S. Marine commander Donovan Campbell and his unit, Joker One, had a street-level view of war in Iraq

Veterans reenlist

Veterans reenlist

By Barbara Curtis
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Memorial Day | American Legion joins legal defense groups to battle ACLU incursions against memorials

 
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